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Cyborg 009 has received many re-releases over the years, with the Sunday Comics tankobon by Akita Shoten being the first collected edition before ceasing in the 1970s.

When consulting how many volumes the series has, or where certain stories fall, readers should be aware of the differences in each edition and their way of ordering or editing the stories. The editions that foreign translations source from should also be taken into account; The USA translation by Tokyopop uses the "MF Comics" version, the Italian translation by JPOP uses "Complete Works", etc.

Aside from the current Fukkan edition, the entire Shotaro Ishinomori "Complete Works" collection has been republished in an eBook format through the site eBookJapan, although the extra gifts included with the original release are not there.

Companies and ImprintsEdit

  • Akita Shoten: Reprinted the series in its Sunday Comics, starting in 1966. The feature also ran in its Adventure King (Bouken-Oh) magazine through 1967-1969, with specials occurring in the 1970s. Besides the Sunday Comics release, it was behind the Akita Deluxe hardcover release in the 1980s and its less expensive identical Akita Paperback edition, which retained the same unusual anachronistic order and editing style. It and three other companies (Kodansha, Shogakukan, Kadokawa) collaborated for the "Year of 009" release, which bore its own anachronistic order for many stories.
  • Kodansha: First published a partially-colored edition in 1970 (despite the "Full Color" branding), covering up to the end of the Yomi arc, but also including "The Aurora Strategy" (retitled as "The Neo-Nazis", carrying over changes from the previous reprint), "The Golden Lion", and "A Phantom Dog". The ceasing of this version at Yomi may have been due to the fact that it was the original final arc that ran in Kodansha.
  • Shogakukan: Initially reprinted the series from "Birth" to "Undersea Pyramid" in its Shogakukan Paperback editions. This release was separate from their later Shonen Sunday Comics paperbacks, which covered the 1979-1981 Weekly Shonen Sunday run, as well as the Big Comic stories. The company had also serialized the feature in its Shojo Comic in the mid-1970s.
  • Kadokawa Shoten (formerly Media Factory): First published the series in its Shotaro World imprint, after the death of Shotaro Ishinomori in January 1998. It ran for 28 volumes and included the "Cyborg Soldier" story from "Peeping Through A Fusuma", as well as included many extras and notes by the editor Junichi Fukuda on how certain stories originally appeared in the magazine, and changes that were made. The smaller MF Comics paperbacks were released starting in 2001, and were a scaled-down edition that lacked any editor notes and arranged some chapters differently compared to the other Media Factory release. Kadokawa would then re-release the series in its "Complete Works" edition starting in 2006, excluding "Emergency Simulation 1992" for unknown reasons. This edition is currently republished in an eBook format. Media Factory was to be the publishing company that would have ran the final chapter Conclusion GOD'S WAR in its Comic Alpha magazine after its completion, but the death of Ishinomori, GOD'S WAR being left incomplete, and the closure of Comic Alpha made it an impossibility.
  • Fukkan: The current publisher of the print editions. The company specializes in reprinting books that are in high-demand, and like the Shotaro World version, it includes many extras.

EditionsEdit

Sunday Comics (Akita Shoten)Edit

The Sunday Comics tankobon release by Akita Shoten began in July 1966, around the time Cyborg 009 began being serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine.

It ran for 15 volumes, ceasing reprints at "The Undersea Pyramid" arc, although reprints had been briefly suspended before after volume 10 due to Ishinomori's inability to complete "Angels" (and then "Battle with the Gods").

Changes from the magazine serializationEdit

Note: The entire list of changes may be incomplete and is a work-in-progress

  • "Cyborg Soldiers: Prologue" was put before Joe's escape in "Birth", although the dissonance in artwork and some elements are clear.
  • The opening pages for each magazine chapter were either heavily revised to remove recap text and display chapter names, or some art would go entirely missing (as in one opening page for "Rebellion").
  • The end of the 0011 battle originally segued right into the debut of 0012, with the dog entering her grounds. For the tankobon, this sequence was removed and a new panel was drawn of the cyborgs standing on a cliff. Some 1966 character design alterations are visible, such as 002's larger chin and 003's shorter hair, and the panel seeming to have been drawn in a haste.
  • The end of the 0013 chapter originally had panels depicting headshots of some team members; this was replaced with a long panel of a shooting star.
  • "The Aurora Strategy" was retitled "The Neo-Nazis", and had its color opening sequence moved to the middle and rendered in grayscale. A panel of Skull was also drawn in during 009's headache, to indicate the presence of Black Ghost (which the story originally did not mention). The ending went through alterations, all references to the team being in England were removed, and Iruka Dolphin was renamed Cynthia Dolphin.
  • "The Neo-Nazis" is also used as the first chapter for the "Wandering" arc, rather than it only including the "Deep Sea Wanderer" story.
  • Some pages of the "Mythos Cyborgs" arc went missing, particularly the fight against Hippo Man and the battle against Achilles. But in contrast, the ending chapter is extended by 20 pages compared to the magazine serialization, slightly fleshing out the last battle on Magma and depicting Helena and Apollo's deaths. The final panel also has the message "After these events, nobody knows what happened to the cyborgs."
  • The Weekly Shonen Magazine "Prologue" was redone to remove the pages where 009 had a car accident, indicating it as being a story modeled after the animated film adaptation. Instead, new panels were drawn where 009 emerges from the wreckage and reminisces on how he was converted to a cyborg years ago. It and "The Bomb Model "Raiden"" are placed before "Monster Island", in an odd editing decision.
  • "Song of Lorelei" underwent some corrections for its volume release.

"Vacuum War" and "The Man in the High Castle" are not included in the reprints, and the shorts "Cyborg 009 vs. the 300 Million Yen Criminal" and "Dinosaur" are also not reflected as canon.

Dates and ISBNsEdit

To be added

Shogakukan Paperback (Shogakukan)Edit

This release began in the late 1970s. The covers to these volumes did not have Ishinomori artwork, but instead oddly photorealistic artwork depicting some characters and events.

As with the Sunday Comics release before it, it only covered up to "The Undersea Pyramid".

Changes from the magazine serialization and previous editionEdit

Note: The entire list of changes may be incomplete and is a work-in-progress

  • "The Man in the High Castle" and "Vacuum War" were folded into the "Wandering" arc, occurring after "The Neo-Nazis" and before the main "Deep Sea Wanderer" story.
  • The missing pages of "Mythos Cyborgs" from the previous edition were found and re-instated for this release. However, they would soon go missing again.
  • With this release, the "Immigration" arc underwent censorship in text and in some artwork to remove references to birth deformities in the wake of nuclear war.

Dates and ISBNsEdit

Reprint Volume and Chapter ListingEdit

Sunday Comics (Akita Shoten)Edit

  • Volume 1: Reprints the "Birth" and "Assassins" arcs.
  • Volume 2: Reprints the rest of the "Assassins" arc, "Deep Sea Wanderer", and "The Aurora Strategy".
  • Volume 3: Reprints the "Vietnam" arc, as well as the one-shots "A Phantom Dog" and "The Golden Lion".
  • Volume 4: Reprints "The Mythos Cyborgs".
  • Volume 5 and Volume 6: Reprints "The Underground Empire of Yomi".
  • Volume 7: Reprints "The Bomb Model "Raiden"", "Monster Island", and "The Middle East".
  • Volume 8: Reprints the rest of "The Middle East", along with the "Immigration" arc.
  • Volume 9: Reprints the rest of "Immigration", "The Song of Lorelei", and "The Bottom of the Sea".
  • Volume 10: Reprints the rest of "The Bottom of the Sea", along with "Angels".
  • Volume 11: Reprints "Edda" and "The Snow Carnival".
  • Volume 12: Reprints "The City of Wind", "Green Hole", "Deinonychus", and "Mysterious Star".
  • Volumes 13 to 15: Reprint "The Undersea Pyramid" arc.

Full-Color Deluxe Edition (Kodansha)Edit

  • Volume 1: "Birth"
  • Volume 2: "Assassins"
  • Volume 3: "Vietnam", "A Phantom Dog"
  • Volume 4: "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volume 5: "The Mythos Cyborgs", "The Golden Lion", "The Aurora Strategy", and "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Volumes 6 and 7: Reprint of the rest of "The Underground Empire of Yomi"

Shogakukan PaperbackEdit

  • Volume 1: "Birth"
  • Volume 2: "Assassins"
  • Volume 3: "Wandering", "The Aurora Strategy", "The Man in the High Castle", and "Vacuum War"
  • Volume 4: "Vietnam"
  • Volume 5: "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volumes 6 and 7: "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Volume 8: "Monster Island"
  • Volume 9: "The Middle East", "The Song of Lorelei"
  • Volume 10: "The Bottom of the Sea", "A Phantom Dog", and "Deinonychus"
  • Volume 11: "Immigration", "The Golden Lion"
  • Volume 12: "Edda", "Green Hole"
  • Volume 13: "The City of Wind", "Mysterious Star", "Phantom Island", and "The Snow Carnival"
  • Volumes 14 and 15: "The Undersea Pyramid"

Shogakukan Shonen Sunday ComicsEdit

※ Includes comics where the 009 characters appear outside the actual series

  • Volume 1: "Conan, the Giant of the North", "The Golden Triangle"
  • Volume 2: "The Arctic Ghost", "Eyes and Ears", "Father and Son"
  • Volume 3: "Aztec", "Sargasso Sea", "The Kidnapping"
  • Volume 4: "The City of the Future" (Computopia), "The Glacier of Love", "Clockwork Heart"
  • Volume 5: "Ishtar's Dragon", "Blood Spirit", "Cyborg Soldiers, For Whom Do You Fight?"
  • Volume 6: "Barefoot Zanzibar"※ , "A Machine's Machinery", "The Frozen Autumn", "Passing Shot"
  • Volume 7: "Cosmo Child"
  • Volume 8: "The Legend of the Star Mermaid", "The Frozen Time"
  • Volume 9 : "Aphrodite", "The Strange Star Flower", "Pharaoh Virus"
  • Volume 10: "The Night of the Star Festival", "Fountain of the Water Spirits", "Farewell, Nessie", "The Modern Narcissus", "Rainy Days on the Yamanote Line", "The Dolphin and the Boy"
  • Volume 11: "Deep Space"
  • Volume 12: "Baby Poppins", "The Diary of Chang Changku's Struggling Restaurant", "The Red Shoes", "The Seven Children", "Invisible Strings", "Vision of a Butterfly", "Phantom Island", "Metamorphosis"

Akita Shoten Deluxe EditionEdit

※ Includes comics where the 009 characters appear outside the actual series

  • Volume 1: "Edda, "Green Hole", "Mysterious Star", "Deinonychus"
  • Volume 2: "The City of Wind", "The Snow Carnival", "The Bottom of the Sea", "A Phantom Dog"
  • Volumes 3 and 4: "The Undersea Pyramid", "The Count of Saint-Germain"
  • Volume 5: "Birth", "Assassins"
  • Volume 6: "Assassins", "Wandering", "The Aurora Strategy"
  • Volume 7: "Vietnam", "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volume 8: "The Mythos Cyborgs", "The Song of Lorelei"
  • Volume 9: "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Volume 10: "The Underground Empire of Yomi", "The Golden Lion", "The Bomb Model "Raiden""
  • Volume 11: "Monster Island", "Middle East"
  • Volume 12: "Immigration", "Vacuum War", "The Glacier of Love"
  • Volume 13: "The Golden Triangle", "Sargasso Sea", "Aphrodite"
  • Volume 14: "Cosmo Child", "The Strange Star Flower", "The Night of the Star Festival", "A Machine's Machinery"
  • Volume 15: "Ishtar's Dragon", "Aztec", "The Frozen Time"
  • Volume 16: "Conan, the Giant of the North", "Arctic Ghost", "The Frozen Autumn", "Eyes and Ears", "Blood Spirit", "Invisible Strings"
  • Volume 17: "Deep Space", "Farewell, Nessie", "The Dolphin and the Boy", "The Red Shoes", "Vision of a Butterfly"
  • Volume 18: "The Legend of the Star Mermaid", "The Modern Narcissus", "Rainy Days on the Yamanote Line", "The Diary of Chang Changku's Struggling Restaurant", "The Seven Children", "Metamorphosis"
  • Volume 19: "The People Drifting Between Space and Time", "Clockwork Heart", "Phantom Island"
  • Volume 20: "The City of the Future", "Pharaoh Virus", "Fountain of the Water Spirits", "Father and Son", "The Kidnapping"
  • Volume 21: "Battle with the Gods", "Cyborg Soldiers, For Whom Do You Fight?", "Passing Shot"
  • Volume 22: "Hepatica Symphony", "Baby Poppins", "At the Zoo", "Go for it, Big Brother!", "The Man in the High Castle", "The Cyborg Soldier" (From the series "Peeping Through a Fusuma")※, "Barefoot Zanzibar"※, "Emergency Simulation 1992"
  • Volume 23: "Angels", "Cyborg 009: SF Roman" (Light novel by Akiyoshi Sakai, illustrations by Shotaro Ishinomori)

After these 23 volumes of the manga, Akita Shoten would publish "Cyborg 009: a la Cult" in 2004, for the franchise's 40th anniversary.

Shotaro World Edition (Media Factory)Edit

※ Includes comics where the 009 characters appear outside the actual series

  • Volume 1: "Birth"
  • Volume 2: "Assassins"
  • Volume 3: "Wandering", "The Aurora Strategy", "The Man in the High Castle", "Vacuum War", "The Bomb Model "Raiden""
  • Volume 4: "Vietnam", "The Golden Lion", "A Phantom Dog"
  • Volume 5: "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volumes 6 and 7: "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Volume 8: "Monster Island", "Middle East", "Volcanic Island Shock Tactics"※
  • Volume 9: The rest of "Middle East", "Immigration", "Attack the Ghost Island!"※
  • Volume 10: The rest of "Immigration", "The Song of Lorelei", "The Bottom of the Sea", "Monster Wars"※
  • Volume 11: "The Confrontation in Antarctica"※, the rest of "The Bottom of the Sea", "Angels"
  • Volume 12: "The Battle with the Gods", "The Battle with the Gods: The Struggle on the Island" (unfinished light novel excerpt)
  • Volume 13: "The City of Wind", "Edda", "Cyborg 009 vs. the 300 Million Yen Criminal", "Dinosaur"
  • Volume 14: "The Snow Carnival", "Deinonychus", "Phantom Island", "Green Hole", "Mysterious Star"
  • Volumes 15 and 16: "The Undersea Pyramid"
  • Volume 17: "Conan, the Giant of the North", "Golden Triangle", "Sargasso Sea"
  • Volume 18: "The Arctic Ghost", "Glacier of Love", "A Machine's Machinery", "Eyes and Ears"
  • Volume 19: "Aztec", "The Frozen Autumn", "The Kidnapping"
  • Volume 20: "The City of the Future", "Passing Shot", "Blood Spirit", "Father and Son"
  • Volume 21: "Barefoot Zanzibar"※, "The Strange Star Flower", "Baby Poppins", "Go for it, Big Brother!", "The Cyborg Soldier" ("Peeping Through a Fusuma")※
  • Volume 22: "Ishtar's Dragon", "Frozen Time", "Fountain of the Water Spirits", "Clockwork Heart"
  • Volume 23: "Pharaoh Virus", "Cyborg Soldiers, From Whom Do You Fight?", "The Diary of Chang Changku's Struggling Restaurant", "The Red Shoes", "Farewell, Nessie", "Hepatica Symphony", "At the Zoo"
  • Volume 24: "Cosmo Child", "The Modern Narcissus"
  • Volume 25: "The Night of the Star Festival", "Aphrodite", "The Seven Children", "Invisible Strings", "Rainy Days on the Yamanote Line", "Vision of a Butterfly"
  • Volume 26: "Legend of the Star Mermaid", "The Dolphin and the Boy", "Metamorphosis"
  • Volume 27: "Emergency Simulation 1992", "Deep Space"
  • Volume 28: "The People Drifting Between Space and Time"

MF Comics Edition (Media Factory)Edit

※ Includes comics where the 009 characters appear outside the actual series

  • Volume 1: "Birth"
  • Volume 2: The rest of "Birth", "Assassins"
  • Volume 3: "Assassins", "The Aurora Strategy", "Wandering", "The Man in the High Castle"
  • Volume 4: "Vacuum War", "The Bomb Model "Raiden"", the rest of "Wandering", and "Vietnam"
  • Volume 5: The rest of "Vietnam"
  • Volume 6: "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volume 7: The rest of "Mythos Cyborgs", "The Golden Lion", and "A Phantom Dog"
  • Volumes 8, 9, and 10: "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Volume 11: "Monster Island", "Middle East"
  • Volume 12: The rest of "Middle East", "Immigration"
  • Volume 13: "Immigration", "The Song of Lorelei"
  • Volume 14: "The Bottom of the Sea", "Angels"
  • Volume 15: The rest of "Angels", "Battle with the Gods"
  • Volume 16: The rest of "Battle with the Gods"
  • Volume 17: "The City of Wind", "Edda"
  • Volume 18: "The Snow Carnival", "Deinonychus", "Phantom Island", "Green Hole", "Cyborg 009 and the 300 Million Yen Criminal", "Dinosaur"
  • Volumes 19, 20, and 21: "The Undersea Pyramid"
  • Volume 22: "Conan, the Giant of the North", "Golden Triangle"
  • Volume 23: "Sargasso Sea", "Arctic Ghost", "The Glacier of Love"
  • Volume 24: "A Machine's Machinery", "Eyes and Ears", "Aztec"
  • Volume 25: "The Frozen Autumn", "The Kidnapping", "The City of the Future"
  • Volume 26: "Passing Shot", "Blood Spirit", "Father and Son", "Barefoot Zanzibar"※
  • Volume 27: "The Strange Star Flower", "Ishtar's Dragon"
  • Volume 28: "Baby Poppins", "Go for it, Big Brother!", "The Cyborg Soldier" ("Peeping Through a Fusuma")※, "Frozen Time", "Fountain of the Water Spirits", "Clockwork Heart"
  • Volume 29: "Pharaoh Virus", "Cyborg Soldiers, For Whom Do You Fight?", "The Diary of Chang Changku's Struggling Restaurant", "The Red Shoes", "Farewell, Nessie", "Hepatica Symphony"
  • Volume 30: "Cosmo Child"
  • Volume 31: "At the Zoo", "The Modern Narcissus", "Aphrodite", "The Seven Children"
  • Volume 32: "Invisible Strings", "Rainy Days on the Yamanote Line", "The Night of the Star Festival", "Vision of a Butterfly", "The Dolphin and the Boy", "Metamorphosis"
  • Volume 33: "The Legend of the Star Mermaid"
  • Volume 34: "Deep Space"
  • Volume 35: "Emergency Simulation 1992", "Mysterious Star", "The People Drifting Between Space and Time"
  • Volume 36: The rest of "The People Drifting Between Space and Time"

009 Anniversary Complete Edition (Collaboration between Akita Shoten, Kadokawa, Kodansha, and Shogakukan)Edit

  • Volume 1: "Prologue", "Monster Island", "Green Hole", "Birth", "Assassins"
  • Volume 2: The rest of "Assassins", "Immigration", "Middle East", "A Phantom Dog"
  • Volume 3: "The Song of Lorelei", "Vietnam", "The Aurora Strategy", "Wandering", "Vacuum War", "The Golden Lion"
  • Volume 4: "The Underground Empire of Yomi", "The Bomb Model "Raiden"", "Phantom Island"
  • Volume 5: "The Bottom of the Sea", "Mysterious Star", "The Man in the High Castle", "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volume 6: "The Undersea Pyramid"
  • Volume 7: Red: "Conan, the Giant of the North", "Arctic Ghost", "The Golden Triangle", "Metamorphosis", "Fountain of the Water Spirits", "Frozen Time", "Rainy Days on the Yamanote Line", "Go for it, Big Brother!", "Invisible Strings", "Cyborg Soldiers, For Whom Do You Fight?"
  • Volume 8: Blue: "The City of the Future", "Cosmo Child", "Sargasso Sea", "Deep Space", "Blood Spirit", "The Frozen Autumn", "The Diary of Chang Changku's Struggling Restaurant"
  • Volume 9: White: "Edda", "The Snow Carnival", "Legend of the Star Mermaid", "Night of the Star Festival", "The City of Wind", "Passing Shot", "The Red Shoes", "The Modern Narcissus", "Eyes and Ears", "A Machine's Machinery", "Hepatica Symphony", "Clockwork Heart"
  • Volume 10: Black: "Ishtar's Dragon", "Aztec", "Pharaoh Virus", "Farewell, Nessie", "Father and Son", "The Dolphin and the Boy", "At the Zoo", "The Seven Children", "The Strange Star Flower", "Baby Poppins", "The Kidnapping", "The Glacier of Love", "Vision of a Butterfly"
  • Volume 11: Gold: "Angels", "Battle with the Gods", "Cyborg 009 and the 300 Million Yen Criminal", "Dinosaur", "Deinonychus", "Barefoot Zanzibar", "The People Drifting Between Space and Time", "Emergency Simulation 1992"


Kadokawa Shoten "Complete Works" EditionEdit

  • Volume 1: "Birth"
  • Volume 2: "Assassins"
  • Volume 3: "Wandering", "The Aurora Strategy", "The Man in the High Castle", "Vacuum War", "The Bomb Model "Raiden""
  • Volume 4: "Vietnam", "The Golden Lion", "A Phantom Dog"
  • Volume 5: "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Volumes 6 and 7: "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Volume 8: "Monster Island", "Middle East"
  • Volume 9: The rest of "Middle East", "Immigration"
  • Volume 10: The rest of "Immigration", "The Song of Lorelei", "The Bottom of the Sea"
  • Volume 11: The rest of "The Bottom of the Sea", "Angels"
  • Volume 12: "The Battle with the Gods", "Cyborg 009 and the 300 Million Yen Criminal", "Dinosaur"
  • Volume 13: "City of Wind", "The Snow Carnival", "Green Hole", "Deinonychus"
  • Volume 14: "Edda", "Mysterious Star", "Phantom Island"
  • Volume 15: "The Undersea Pyramid"
  • Volume 16: The rest of "The Undersea Pyramid"
  • Volume 17: "Conan, the Giant of the North", "The Golden Triangle"
  • Volume 18: "Sargasso Sea", "Arctic Ghost", "Eyes and Ears", "The Glacier of Love", "A Machine's Machinery"
  • Volume 19: "Aztec", "The Kidnapping", "The City of the Future"
  • Volume 20: "Father and Son", "Passing Shot", "Blood Spirit", "The Frozen Autumn", "Baby Poppins", "Frozen Time", "The Strange Star Flower", "Go for it, Big Brother!"
  • Volume 21: "Barefoot Zanzibar", "Fountain of the Water Spirits", "Clockwork Heart", "Cyborg Soldiers, For Whom Do You Fight?", "The Diary of Chang Changku's Struggling Restaurant"
  • Volume 22: "The Red Shoes", "Farewell, Nessie", "Ishtar's Dragon", "At the Zoo"
  • Volume 23: "Hepatica Symphony", "Pharaoh Virus", "The Modern Narcissus", "The Seven Children", "Invisible Strings", "Cosmo Child"
  • Volume 24: The rest of "Cosmo Child", "Rainy Days on the Yamanote Line", "The Night of the Star Festival", "Vision of a Butterfly", "The Dolphin and the Boy", "Metamorphosis"
  • Volume 25: "Aphrodite", "Legend of the Star Mermaid"
  • Volume 26: "Deep Space"
  • Volume 27: "The People Drifting Between Space and Time"

Fukkan Color EditionEdit

Reprints colored chapters from the '70s Kodansha release, along with including digitally colored pages

  • Cyborg 009: 1964-1965: "Birth" and "Assassins"
  • Cyborg 009: 1965: "Vietnam" and "The Mythos Cyborgs"
  • Cyborg 009: 1966-1967: "The Underground Empire of Yomi"
  • Cyborg 009: 1965-1968: "A Phantom Dog", "Vacuum War", "The Aurora Strategy", "The Golden Lion", "The Man in the High Castle", "The Bomb Model "Raiden"", "Monster Island", "The Middle East", "Volcanic Island Shock Tactics"※
  • Cyborg 009: 1968-1969: "Immigration", "The Song of Lorelei", "The Bottom of the Sea", "Attack the Ghost Island!"※, "Angels", "Monster Wars" ※, "Confrontation of Antarctica"※
  • Cyborg 009: 1969-1977: "Battle with the Gods", "Cyborg 009 and the 300 Million Yen Criminal", "Dinosaur", "The City of Wind", "The Snow Carnival", "Deinonychus", "Edda", "Green Hole", "Mysterious Star"

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