Diamond Supply Co.'s Astro Boy collection takes inspiration from Osamu Tezuka's timeless themes of peace, justice and equality, as told in one of the most revolutionary and successful manga and anime franchises in history. Originally released in Japan in 1951, the Astro Boy series was the byproduct of the horrific first-hand experiences endured by it's creator, Osamu Tezuka, while serving in World War II and the Allied occupation of Japan, just six years prior. Astro Boy, a lonely orphaned robot created by a scientist who lost his son in a car accident, moves around the world freely, seeking peace and justice.

He transcends nationality and ethnicity, allying with anyone who stands for justice and fights against evil. He is timid and yearning for acceptance in society through his contribution to the community—the dangerous, selfless mission to fulfill human happiness, making peace between human and alien races and resolving conflicts between immoral adults and innocent children - conflicts closely intertwined with politics, war, nationality, ethnicity, religion, and racial and cultural differences. The Diamond Supply Co. Astro Boy collection has just landed at Cluburban.com and consists of graphic tees, ho hats, socks, a backpack, and stickers, all paying homage to the series that embodied the anime aesthetic, played a critical role in developing the manga and anime industry, and entertained and inspired so many of us in our youth and beyond. Check it out and let us know what you think, use your insta15 code for extra savings.