The comic series Time Patrol Bon (stylized as T・P BON) by the famous manga duo Fujiko Fujio is being adapted into an anime series by Studio Bones. Netflix is producing the series and it will be distributed next year. The announcement was made on the occasion of the 90th birth anniversary of Fujiko F. Fujio.
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Time Patrol Bon Anime Adaptation – First Trailer
Studio Bones’ A-team, which previously worked on The Case Study of Vanitas, will be responsible for the adaptation. Masahiro Ando (Ghost in the Shell, Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie) is directing the film, with Michiru Oshima providing the music. The main cast was also announced, including Akihisa Wakayama as Bon Namihira and Atsumi Tanezaki as Ream Stream.
This is the first authentic Time Patrol Bon anime, after the 1989 anime special, produced by studio Gallop, famous for their works on titles such as the original 1996 Rurouni Kenshin series, Phase first original D and some Yu☆Gi☆Oh! along with many other titles.
Time Patrol Bon is based on the science fiction manga by Fujiko Fujio, featuring mangakas Hiroshi Fujimoto (Fujiko Fujio A) and Motoo Abiko (Fujiko F. Fujio). The manga was released in three parts, from 1978 to 1986 under the Comic Tom imprint. The manga revolves around the story of an ordinary boy who becomes a trainee member of the futuristic organization “TP” (Time Patrol), which secretly saves people from all over the world who have suffered unfortunate deaths and All Time.
Adapted from the anime series Time Patrol Bon – Actor
Abiko is known for his work as the creator of the Doremon series. His career began with the manga UTOPIA the Final World War, published in 1953 (under the duo’s pen name). This was followed by Little Ghost Q-Taro, which was serialized from 1964 to 1966. Abiko first started his own manga series titled Futa-kun, which ran from 1964 to 1967. He known for several manga titles including Ninja Hattori, The Monster Kid, The Laughing Salesman and Saru the Professional Golfer. His latest solo work is PARman’s Passionate Days, which spanned from 2007 to 2015. PARman’s work is considered Abiko’s last work and a memoir before he announced his hiatus. operational in 2015.
Meanwhile, Fujimoto is famous for works including Perman (1967), 21 Emon: The 21st Century Kid (1968), Mojacko (1969), Kiteretsu Encyclopedia (1974) and Rocky Rackat! (1975) and The Alien Mr. Andro (1995). Fujimoto died in 1996 from complications related to liver cancer and heart disease.
The Fujiko Fujio duo work in different storytelling styles, with Abiko using dark humor in her writing while Fujimoto focuses on teen-centered themes. The duo split in 1987 due to creative differences and issues surrounding intellectual property rights and finances regarding their work.
Source: Doremon Channel press release
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