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Kazuhiko Nakamura's "Atoma" - An Homage To Astro Boy

Posted in Comics & Manga, Eyecandy, Retrofuture by Suzanne on September 23rd, 2011 | BBC Wikipedia

Atoma by Kazuhiko Nakamura, 2011 - click to enlarge

And while we're doing breathtaking one-image features, here's Kazuhiko Nakamura's brand new piece Atoma - a spectacular homage to Osamu Tezuka's iconic Tetsuwan Atomu - yes, you could tell by looking at Atoma's hair... err... spirals, couldn't you?

As the artist himself puts it, it's a "biomechanical Astro Boy" so if I read any mentions of "steampunk" in the discussion thread, your comment will be glue gunned and your IP stuck to a cog and sold on Etsy. Cause that's what happens with steampunk. Yes.

If you happen to be Facebook friends with Kazuhiko, you can see in-progress pictures of Atoma here.

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    A Bio-Mechanical Astro Boy by Kazuhiko Nakamura | Freedom Developers says:

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    October 8th, 2011 at 12:51 am

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