Duke Red is a fictional character created by Osamu Tezuka. His first appearance was in Metropolis, and quickly became one of Osamu Tezuka's most notable villains. While several of Tezuka's characters would reappear in different roles throughout his works, Duke Red was almost always portrayed as a ruthless, albeit sympathetic, villain mostly in the role of Rock Makube's father, although in Undersea Super Train, Doctor Narzonkopf, plays Rocks father. Usually in positions of power and wealth, his actions spoke volumes in any role Tezuka placed him in.
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