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Dr. Tenma

Explanation

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  • He was the father of Tenma Tobio, who died in an accident. In other words, he was the creator of the robot boy, Atom. Gifted scientists are renowned for their eccentricity, but in the world of Tezuka Osamu, there was no one like Dr. Tenma when it came to displaying a genius that was as close to "madness". Whilst he flaunted his faculties in the creation of Atom, he then shocked readers by turning Atom into a spectacle and selling him off, having abruptly realized that because Atom was a robot he would not grow up. He was highly successful in his role as the "lunatic father", and subsequently continued to play the part of the "frightful father" figure.

 

List of the works

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    • COMIC
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    • Astro Boy / Captain Atom
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    • Astro Boy / Robot Bombs
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    • Astro Boy / The Secret of the Egyptian Conspirators
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    • Astro Boy / The Biggest Robot on Earth
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    • Astro Boy / Time Machine
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    • Astro Boy / Resurrection of Astro Boy
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    • Astro Boy / The Melanin Family
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    • Astro Boy / Moeba
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    • Astro Boy / Chronicles of Astro Boy
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    • Astro Boy / The Birth of Astro Boy
    • 1973
    • Black Jack / Miyuki and Ben (as the doctor)
    • 1973
    • Microid S (as the Cabinet minister)
    • 1974
    • Black Jack / Eyewitness (as the doctor)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / Needle (as the doctor)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / Revenge (as the Father)
    • 1976
    • Black Jack / It's your Mistake! (as the doctor)
    • 1976
    • Black Jack / Money!Money!Money! (as the doctor)
    • 1977
    • Black Jack / Brotherly Love (as Eiichi)
    • 1979
    • Black Jack / Sacrifice (as the vice-director of the hospital)
    • 1981
    • Rainbow Parakeet / Telephone (as Yoshiko's father)
    • 1986
    • Atom Cat
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    • ANIME
    • Astro Boy
    • Remake of Astro Boy
    • The Last Mystery of the 20th Century
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Link to the works