Shoutarou accepts the V-controller and duty that his father intended for the giant robot, Tetsujin: to fight evil and keep the peace.
Originally seeing a very under-the-radar release from Geneon Entertainment, Discotek Media previously picked up the rights to the 2004 incarnation of Tetsujin 28 this past summer.
Plot concept: Shortly after pre-teen Shoutarou Kaneda discovers his late father’s legacy, a 60-foot-tall, 50-ton remote-controlled robot, he’s put in charge of it.
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