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Lost World

Lost World

Alternative Titles

English: Lost World
Synonyms: Lost World - Zenseiki
Japanese: ロスト・ワールド<前世紀>

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 19
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 20, 1948 to 1948
Genres: Adventure, Sci-Fi
Authors: Tezuka, Osamu (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

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Ranked: #124002
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Popularity: #11946
Members: 364
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MangaTezuka, Osamu (Story & Art)
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Synopsis

Having been torn from the earth in ancient times, Planet Mamango is now re-approaching the earth after a lapse of 5 million years. One night, a private detective named Ban Shunsaku encounters a murder, and meets boy researcher Shikishima Kenichi, who holds the key to solving the case. Shikishima discovers that a stone from the Planet Mamango generates huge amounts of energy. Making a rocket out of the energy stone, Shikishima sets up an exploration team and departs for Planet Mamango. The rocket heads straight for Planet Mamango under the command of Shikishima, along with Captain Butamo Makeru, Ayame and Momiji, who are cabbages created by the captain, a rabbit named Mii, and Ban Shunsaku. In due time, the rocket lands on the Planet Mamango, where the group finds a "The Lost World," an ancient environment where dinosaurs walk about and ferns and cycads cover the ground.

(Source: ANN)

Background

Lost World was published in English by Dark Horse on July 30, 2003.

Characters

Hige Oyaji
Hige Oyaji
Main
Ham Egg
Ham Egg
Supporting
Lamp, Acetylene
Lamp, Acetylene
Supporting


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