Episode 41: The robots nobody wanted
What happens when three robots, a fireman, a nurse, and a welder find themselves out of work and unwanted? Usually it means the scrap factory. But in this case, they fight back, with a little help from a miner and a little encouragement from me. And when trouble calls and no one's there to help, my friends all do their parts to save the day.
Episode 42: Atlas forever
When our space stations around Saturn and Jupiter were attacked, the word went out - Atlas did it. A hundred ships went after one robot and Atlas fought them all off! Was he guilty or just defending himself. Maybe we had the wrong enemy! Next time Atlas and I found ourselves fighting side by side against invaders from another galaxy.
Episode 43: The snow leopard
When it snowed in late summer there had to be something wrong - and there was. The snow fed on energy, and it came from a strange leopard way up in the sky. Not even a powerful rocket could break through the snow before giving out. It seemed hopeless, until I had a crazy idea - fight the leopard at its own game.
Episode 44: Uran's quest
Uran's at it again! This time my sister's curiosity gets the better of her and she goes on a mad search to find where God lives. I can't tell her. Mom and Dad don't know. Not even Dr Elefun knows. So what's left? An amusement park computer, of course. She asks it where God lives and that's where the trouble starts. From trap doors to a room full of mirrors, follow Uran in her search
Episode 45: Outer space port R45
This time, come in for a landing at Spaceport R45. There's a mystery to solve and it's tricky. Space pirates are raiding the area, but who's behind it all. The clues are just as tricky as the mystery, so pay attention.
"Tezuka was well ahead of his time." - AnimeonDVD
"What I try to appeal through my works is simple. The opinion is just a simple message that follows: "Love all the creatures! Love everything that has life!" I have been trying to express this message in every one of my works. Though it has taken the different forms like 'the presentation of nature', 'the blessing of life', 'the suspicion on too much science-oriented civilisation', 'anti-war' and so on." Osamu Tezuka