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Atlas is a powerful but dangerous young robot. He is rebellious and refuses to be controlled, especially not by many ways, Atlas is Astro's opposite, often being Astro's las appears in various forms throughout the Astro Boy franchise, but has an especially prominent role in the 1980 anime series and 2003 anime series.
Atlas is a robot in the 2003 anime version of Astro Boy. He's a robot with kokoro, a program that gives robots freewill and emotions, and was formerly human. He serves as a temporary villain and eventually helps Astro stop the fighting between humans and robots.
Atlas is an ambiguous character often tied with Astro, sometimes being depicted as his brother. He is often evil but may sometimes display honor and act in a good way, and on occasion he and Astro may even be allies (for example, during Atlas Forever).
Astro Boy las This is the second episode in the 80's series and was first broadcast in Japan on October 8, 1980. I am struggling to make my father happy, but nothing turns out as I would side that, Hamegg would want me to be famous in his circus, and this strangely familiar robot called Atlas is causing troubles.
atarō Tenma / tor Boynton II (dub)(天馬午太郎 博士) The former head of the Ministry of Science. He lost his only son, Tobio Tenma, to a traffic accident. Overcome with grief, he vowed to recreate his son as a robot: Astro Boy.
Atlas, who has been released from ice by Livian, challenges Astro to a duel in a ballpark. But Daddy Walrus intervenes and Atlas tro is hidden in the vault of the Ministry of Science. While Astro's friends are riding a subway train, Atlas causes it to go out of control in order to lure Astro out and challenge him again.
By design, both Astro and Atlas were created from the same blueprints, and so they are considered to be ever, Astro refuses to help Atlas in his quest for world domination. He is voiced by Mari Shimizu, Patricia Kugler Whitely (American version) and then-12-year-old Steven Bednarski (Canadian version).