Mirai Shounen Conan


Future Boy Conan

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: The Boy in Future
Japanese: 未来少年コナン
English: Future Boy Conan
Spanish: Conan: el Niño del Futuro
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Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 4, 1978 to Oct 31, 1978
Premiered: Spring 1978
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 19:30 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: GKIDS
Studios: Nippon Animation
Source: Novel
Genres: AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 29 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 8.111 (scored by 1682716,827 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #4682
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3066
Members: 50,245
Favorites: 612

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Synopsis

Conan was the only child born on Remnant Island, a place settled by a group of refugees while they fled a terrifying wave of magnetic bombs that wiped out most of humanity. After 20 years, most of the castaways have died, save for Conan and the wise old man that raised him.

Believing Remnant Island to be the last inhabited place on Earth, Conan is shocked when he discovers a young girl named Lana washed up on the beach one day. Though he is thrilled to learn that humanity has survived, Lana tells him the nation of Industria wants her as a hostage to force her grandfather, Dr. Lao, to power their machinery. Their conversation is cut short when Industria's top pilot, Monsley, suddenly appears and seizes Lana. Determined to save her, Conan immediately sets off from Remnant Island and begins a journey that will ultimately determine the fate of the world.

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Background

Inspired by the novel "The Incredible Tide" by Alexander Key, released in 1970.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Conan

Main
Ohara, Noriko
Japanese

Lana

Main
Nobusawa, Mieko
Japanese

Jimsy

Supporting
Aoki, Kazuyo
Japanese

Dyce

Supporting
Nagai, Ichiro
Japanese

Monsley

Supporting
Yoshida, Rihoko
Japanese

Ojii

Supporting
Yamanouchi, Masato
Japanese

Dongoroth

Supporting
Kamiyama, Takuzou
Japanese

Narrator

Supporting
Ibu, Masatou
Japanese

Luca

Supporting
Mizutori, Tetsuo
Japanese

Meizal

Supporting
Saito, Sho
Japanese

Staff

Hayakawa, Keiji
Co-Director, Director, Storyboard
Miyazaki, Hayao
Director, Episode Director, Script, Storyboard, Character Design, Mechanical Design, Key Animation
Takahata, Isao
Director, Storyboard
Shiba, Shigeharu
Sound Director


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"Ima Chikyuu ga Mezameru (今地球がめざめる)" by Naozuki Kamada and Yuuko Yamaji
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Ending Theme

"Shiawase no Yokan (幸せの予感)" by Naozuki Kamada and Yuuko Yamaji




Reviews

Mar 23, 2022
I will not spoil anything in this review I want you to be able to enjoy it free of spoilers like I did.

This is a masterpiece. Its timeless. It's very uncommon to find a show that is enjoyable for all ages who watch it. Those of you who have seen studio ghibli films. This is basically a Ghibli film but in a 20+ episode series. As such it has everything you'd expect; action, adventure, beautiful art & worldbuilding, great music & characters, moments that make you laugh, ...
May 29, 2021
the characters of Future Boy Conan. They're some of the most amazing, memorable characters I've ever seen in an anime But the storytelling aspect of Future Boy Conan, which alone would make for a superb series, is only half of this show's triumph. The amazing setting and locale of the show is showcased excellently with beautifulcolorful, vivid animation. Granted, this is a seventies animeSo overall, Future Boy Conan is a perfect example of what anime should be. An engaging, multi-layered story with many creative sci-fi and fantasy locales and lovableFuture Boy Conan, which is the first series Miyazaki ever directed. Because this series reaches such ...
Mar 1, 2021
So his name was Conan.

I remember this anime from my childhood. Honestly back then I didn't even know it was an anime.
I come from a different country and the show was dubbed in my language I had the same name as the female lead. I love everything about this anime, from the way it envisioned the future to the character's development, friendships, and backgrounds. Honesty you can't find an anime anything like it.

It's no miracle show that's for sure. but somehow the nostalgic effect of it all mixed with how exciting the show is makes for a great recommendation overall I love this ...

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