Metropolis (manga)

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Related anime:
    Metropolis (movie) (adaptation)

Alternative title:
メトロポリス (Japanese) 
Genres: action , science fiction 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: In a super-advanced city in the near future where humanoid robot technology is very sophisticated, the boy detective Kenichi is caught up in the conflict as the powerful politician Duke Red, distraught over his child's death, hires a scientist to create a replacement, an exquisitely beautiful sex-changing robot child named Mitchy. Note that this original 1949 manga supplies only part of the plot for the recent Metropolis movie, and does not feature Rock, whose role in the film was adapted from Phoenix, Nextworld and other Tezuka manga. 
User Ratings: 46 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: -
 Excellent: 5 votes (Eng:5)
 Very good: 8 votes (Eng:4, dub:2, sub:2)
 Good: 13 votes (sub:6, Eng:4, dub:2, others:1
1 French
)
 Decent: 9 votes (Eng:5, sub:3, dub:1)
 So-so: 6 votes (Eng:3, dub:1, sub:1, others:1
1 French
)
 Not really good: 3 votes (Eng:2, ?:1)
 Weak: 1 vote (Eng:1)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 1 vote (dub:1)
Seen in part or in whole by 91 users, rank: #835 (of 4376)
Median rating: Good
Arithmetic mean: 6.500 (Good−), std. dev.: 1.7539, rank: #3297 (of 4392)
Weighted mean: 6.340 (Decent+), rank: #3426 (of 4392) (seen all: 6.49 / seen some: 3.28)
Bayesian estimate: 6.457 (Decent+), rank: #2511 (of 2757)
Number of tankoubon: 1 
Number of pages: 162 
Vintage:
1949-09-15 
2004-04 (Spain) 
Release dates: We have 3
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Graphic novel
    Metropolis (GN) 2003-04-21

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story: Osamu Tezuka 
Art: Osamu Tezuka 
(none)
Japanese companies
Publisher: Kodansha 
English staff
English cast
Art Director: Mark Cox 
Translation: Kumar Sivasubramanian 

Collection Design: Lani Schreibstein 
Consulting Editor: Toren Smith 
Editing: Chris Warner 
Footnotes: Kumar Sivasubramanian 
Publisher: Mike Richardson 
(none)
English companies
Lettering: Digital Chameleon 
Licensed by: Dark Horse Comics 
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics 
Retouch: Digital Chameleon 
Translation: Studio Proteus 
French staff
French companies
(none)
Publisher: Taifu Comics 
French cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation:
Marc Bernabé (Spain) 
Verónica Calafell (Spain) 

Consultant: Enric Piñeyro (Spain) 
Editing:
Estela Montetes (Spain) 
Félix Sabaté (Spain) 
Joan Navarro (Spain) 
Graphic Design:
Dani Barbero (Spain) 
José Miguel Alvarez (Spain) 
Retouch & Lettering: Manolo Vázquez (Spain) 
(none)
Spanish companies
Publisher: Glénat España (Spain) 
Polish cast
Polish staff
Translation: Mateusz Lukasik 
(none)
Polish companies
Publisher: Arashi 
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