CW: heavy war themes
Only one episode in and I’m already crying like a baby at North No.2.
Nobody does haunted existentialism quite like Naoki Urasawa, and Studio M2 have adapted his co-written Tezuka-inspired crime drama commendably, with only minor issues seen in mixed-quality background CGI featured in the episode’s opening scenes.
Urasawa is a master of expression as exemplified in his best-sellers Monster and 20th Century Boys. The same can be said of Pluto, and the anime successfully captures these nuances…