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PostPosted: Fri Mar 19, 2010 3:03 pm    Post subject: Boy called Tommy, supercomputer, and dead/lost father- name? Reply with quote

Hi all

I've had this memory in the depths of my mind for years now, but for the life of me, I cannot find this cartoon. I've plumbed the depths of the internet to no avail.

Here is what I remember:

- I think it was a Japanese cartoon. Not 100% sure but it didn't have the same storyline as American cartoons from the 80s.

- The main character was a boy, I think his name was Tommy

- The boy would hear messages from his lost or dead father telepathically - or from memories

- The boy was in danger from some secret organization

- The boy's guardian was some sort of supercomputer. The word 'com' keeps popping into my head. Something like 'Arcom' or something like that. I could be confusing it with supercomputers from other cartoons...but I have a gut feeling that I'm somewhere in the ballpark.

Sorry guys but that's all I can remember for now...

Please help me find this cartoon! It's been bugging me for YEARS

Thanks!


Edit: After 3 hours of googling I've finally found it: Macron 1

Now to download it!

(And the boy's name was Nathan, not Tommy, and the computer was called Hugo)


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