When did “AstroBoy” become “Ascensions”?
It all depends on who you ask.
When the ABCs of Astro Boy came on the air in 1956, it was still a childs television series and not yet a big-screen animated feature.
The first season featured a bunch of goofy kids with their own cartoon-style adventures, and was an instant hit.
The series was picked up by Disney, and eventually morphed into the “Ares” cartoon that ran on the ABC.
But it wasn’t until 1959 that Astro Boy’s main character was made a real-life character.
The show was about an astronaut who has an astro-tech contraption, and it featured a young man who was a very different type of astronaut than the one in the show.
That character, named Alan “Alan” Ruggles, was a huge fan of the show, and he started an empire called “The Adventures of AstroBoy”.
But it didn’t last long.
In the 1960s, Astro Boy was on a path to decline.
The characters were getting older and the storylines weren’t being pushed as far, so it became the show that the kids would go to see when they were little.
But after the show ran its last episode in 1966, the show was revived in the late ’70s, with an even younger cast.
It was still in a very limited, one-off form for a long time, but the popularity of the Astro Boy cartoons grew in the years following.
In 2008, the ABC brought back the series, and the actors who had been in the series for so long returned.
And it’s all about the new generation of fans.
The new generation is a lot younger, with the younger generations watching the shows on tablets or smart phones and taking advantage of all the technology.
But the nostalgia for Astro Boy isn’t just for nostalgia’s sake.
It’s also for the nostalgia of the young, the young at heart, who have never seen the shows previous incarnations, and they want to return to Astro Boy and see what they could make of what they had.
For those people, the most interesting thing about the revival of Astro Boys is the way it feels like a reboot, not a reboot for the fans.
I’ve been watching it over the years, and every time I see a new clip, I get excited, because it’s the kind of thing that is so original and it’s so fresh and it feels fresh and fresh.
It feels like the new Astro Boy, and that’s exciting.