Future Boy Conan

Future Boy Conan is an anime series in the Future Boy Conan franchise
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MIyazaki Hayao's post-apocalyptic television series about a young boy with supernatual strength who sets out on high adventure.

Future Boy Conan (未来少年コナン, Mirai Shōnen Konan?) is an anime series, which premiered across Japan on the NHK network between April 4 and October 31, 1978 on the Tuesday 19:30-20:00 timeslot. The official English title used by Nippon Animation is Conan, The Boy in Future. Spanning a total of 26 episodes, the series was produced by Nippon Animation and featured the likes of Hayao Miyazaki (director, character designs, storyboards), Isao Takahata (storyboards) and Yoshiyuki Tomino (storyboards). It is an adaptation of Alexander Key's novel The Incredible Tide. A video game version of the series by Telenet Japan was released in 1992 on NEC's PC Engine console. The game was released on the Super CD-Rom format and was only available in Japan. -Wikipedia
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Hayao Miyazaki

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Name Future Boy Conan
Name: 未来少年コナン
Romaji: Mirai Shōnen Konan
Publisher Nippon Animation
Start Year 1978
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Aliases Conan: The Boy in Future,
Mirai Shounen Conan
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