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Discotek Media is an American entertainment company based in Altamonte Springs, Florida focused on licensing Japanese
anime is Traditional animation, hand-drawn and computer animation originating from Japan. In Japan and in Japanese, (a term derived from the English language, English word ''animation'') describes all animated works, regardless of style or origin ...
, films, and television series. Discotek releases are distributed by Alternative Distribution Alliance, a division of the
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. Formed in 2005, Discotek primarily focuses on licensing retro titles from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, a lot of them "license rescued" from other companies such as
Funimation Funimation Global Group, LLC is an American entertainment company that specializes in the Dubbing (filmmaking), dubbing and Film distribution, distribution of East Asian cinema, East Asian media, most notably Anime, Japanese anime. The company w ...
,
Viz Media VIZ Media LLC. is an American manga publisher, anime distributor and entertainment Entertainment is a form of activity that holds the attention and Interest (emotion), interest of an audience or gives pleasure and delight. It can be an i ...
, ADV Films, Bandai Entertainment, Geneon,
Manga Entertainment Manga Entertainment is a producer, licensee, and distributor of anime is Traditional animation, hand-drawn and computer animation originating from Japan. In Japan and in Japanese, (a term derived from the English language, English word ...
, etc. Their licenses include most of the '' Lupin the Third'' franchise (including the film '' The Castle of Cagliostro''), '' Fist of the North Star'', '' Sonic X'', '' Hajime no Ippo'', '' Lady Oscar: The Rose of Versailles'', ''Galaxy Express 999'', and ''Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo''. The company has also acquired several recent titles and has collaborated with streaming service Crunchyroll on several releases including ''KonoSuba'', ''Kemono Friends'', and ''5 Centimeters per Second''.


Current titles


Television shows

* ''07-Ghost'' (2009; Studio Deen) * ''My Monster Secret, Actually, I am...'' (2015; TMS Entertainment, TMS Entertainment & 3xCube) * ''Acrobunch'' (1982; Kokusai Eiga-sha with production cooperation of TMS Entertainment, Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (former Enoki Films, Enoki Films USA license) * ''The Adventures of the Little Prince (TV series), The Adventures of the Little Prince'' (1978–79; Knack Productions) (dubbed version only for home video, subbed version only for streaming; license rescued from Entertainment One Films US, Koch Vision) * ''All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku, All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku TV'' (1998; Ashi Productions) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Angel's 3Piece!'' (2017; Project No.9) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon'' (2015; Silver Link) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Arcadia of My Youth: Endless Orbit SSX'' (1982–83; Toei Animation) * ''Arpeggio of Blue Steel, Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova-'' (2013; Sanzigen) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Astroganger'' (1972–73; Knack Productions) * ''Ayakashi (visual novel), Ayakashi'' (2007–08; Tokyo Kid) * ''Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales'' (2006; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Bananya'' (2016; Gathering with cooperation of TMS Entertainment) (original dub made by Discotek Media) * ''Bananya, Bananya and the Curious Bunch'' (2019; Gathering with cooperation of TMS Entertainment) (original dub made by Discotek Media) * ''Battery (novel series), Battery'' (2016; Zero-G (studio), Zero-G) (exclusively streaming on Prime Video, Amazon Prime Video due to Noitamina deal) * ''Battle Athletes, Battle Athletes Victory'' (1997–98; Anime International Company, AIC) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Beast Fighter: The Apocalypse'' (2003; Magic Bus (studio), Magic Bus) * ''Beelzebub (manga), Beelzebub'' (2011–12; Pierrot (company), Pierrot Plus) * ''Beyblade (manga), Beyblade'' (2001; Madhouse (company), Madhouse) (dubbed version only; license rescued from Nelvana with distribution by Geneon, then named NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan, Pioneer, and then Cinedigm) * ''Beyblade (manga), Beyblade: G-Revolution'' (2003; Nippon Animation) (dubbed version only; license rescued from Nelvana with distribution by
Funimation Funimation Global Group, LLC is an American entertainment company that specializes in the Dubbing (filmmaking), dubbing and Film distribution, distribution of East Asian cinema, East Asian media, most notably Anime, Japanese anime. The company w ...
)
* ''Beyblade (manga), Beyblade: V-Force'' (2002; Nippon Animation) (dubbed version only; license rescued from Nelvana) * ''Big Order'' (2016; Lerche) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Black Rock Shooter'' (2012; Ordet (studio), Ordet & Sanzigen) (original dub commissioned by Discotek Media; was streamed on Funimation) * ''Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan'' (2005; Hal Film Maker) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Media Blasters, Anime Works) * ''Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan, Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan 2'' (2007; Hal Film Maker) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Blue Seed'' (1994–95; Production I.G & Ashi Productions, Production Reed) (license rescued from ADV Films; Sentai Filmworks#HIDIVE, HIDIVE streaming via Section23 Films#Maiden Japan, Maiden Japan) * ''Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo'' (2003–05; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Illumitoon Entertainment with distribution from Westlake Entertainment, and then S'more Entertainment) * ''Bokurano: Ours, Bokurano'' (2007; Gonzo (company), Gonzo) * ''Boys Over Flowers'' (1996–97; Toei Animation) (license rescued from
Viz Media VIZ Media LLC. is an American manga publisher, anime distributor and entertainment Entertainment is a form of activity that holds the attention and Interest (emotion), interest of an audience or gives pleasure and delight. It can be an i ...
)
* ''Brave 10'' (2012; TMS Entertainment, Studio Sakimakura with cooperation of TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Nippon Ichi Software#Releases in North America, NIS America) * ''Caligula (TV series), Caligula'' (2018; Satelight) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Ceres, Celestial Legend'' (2000; Pierrot (company), Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Chargeman Ken!'' (1974; Knack Productions) * ''Chi's Sweet Home'' (2008; Madhouse) * ''Chi's Sweet Home, Chi's Sweet Home: Chi's New Address'' (2009; Madhouse) * ''Cinderella Boy'' (2003; Magic Bus) (former Enoki Films USA license) * ''City Hunter#Anime, City Hunter'' (1987–88; Sunrise (company), Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Anime, City Hunter 2'' (1988–89; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Anime, City Hunter 3'' (1989–90; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Anime, City Hunter '91'' (1991; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Chōdenji Robo Combattler V, Combattler V'' (1976–77; Toei Company & Sunrise) * ''Comic Party'' (2001; OLM, Inc.) (license rescued from Right Stuf Inc., Nozomi Entertainment with distribution from ADV Films) * ''Cromartie High School'' (2003–04; Production I.G) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Cutie Honey'' (1973–74; Toei Animation) * ''Cybersix (TV series), Cybersix'' (1999; Network of Animation & TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Saban Entertainment) * ''Cyborg 009, Cyborg 009: The Cyborg Soldier'' (2001–02; Japan Vistic) (license rescued from Avex Group, Avex, Inc. with distribution from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, then named Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment) * ''Dai-Guard'' (1999–2000; Xebec) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Dancouga – Super Beast Machine God'' (1985; Ashi Productions) * ''Dear Brother'' (1991–92; Tezuka Productions) (license rescued from Anime Sols) * ''DearS'' (Daume) (2004; license rescued from Geneon) * ''Demon Lord Dante'' (2002; Magic Bus) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works, then Geneon, both with distribution by Enoki Films USA) * ''Descendants of Darkness'' (2000; J.C.Staff) (license rescued from Central Park Media under Central Park Media, U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Devilman'' (1972–73; Toei Animation) * ''Devil Lady, Devilman Lady'' (1998–99; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Dinosaur King'' (2007–08; Sunrise) (dubbed version only; license rescued from 4Licensing Corporation, 4Kids Entertainment with distribution from Shout! Factory) * ''DNA²'' (1994; Madhouse & Studio Deen) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Dororo'' (1969; Mushi Production) (license rescued from Anime Sols) * ''The Earl and the Fairy, Earl and Fairy'' (2008; Artland (company), Artland) * ''Eat-Man'' (1997; Studio Deen) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Eat-Man, Eat-Man '98'' (1998; Studio Deen) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Elemental Gelade'' (2005; Xebec) (license rescued from Geneon with itself having later distribution by Funimation) * ''Kagihime Monogatari Eikyū Alice Rondo, Eternal Alice'' (2006; Trinet Entertainment & Picture Magic) * ''Fighting Foodons'' (2001–02; Group TAC) (dubbed version only; license rescued from 4Kids Entertainment with distribution by Enoki Films USA) * ''Tōshō Daimos, Fighting General Daimos'' (1978–79; Toei Company & Sunrise) * '' Fist of the North Star'' (1984–87; Toei Animation) (first 36 episodes license rescued from
Manga Entertainment Manga Entertainment is a producer, licensee, and distributor of anime is Traditional animation, hand-drawn and computer animation originating from Japan. In Japan and in Japanese, (a term derived from the English language, English word ...
)
* ''Fist of the North Star, Fist of the North Star 2'' (1987–88; Toei Animation) * ''Flame of Recca'' (1997–98; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Free! (TV series), Free!'' (2013; Kyoto Animation) (Season 1 released on Subbed-only DVD as part of partnership with Crunchyroll, with that season being released later on Hybrid Blu-ray + DVD combo pack as part of Crunchyroll's partnership with Funimation) * ''Fushigi Yûgi'' (1995–96; Studio Pierrot) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; Media Blasters under Anime Works has current home video rights, which they have license rescued from Geneon) * ''Future Robot Daltanious, Future Robo Daltanious'' (1979–80; Toei Animation & Sunrise) * ''Gaiking'' (1976–77; Toei Animation) * ''Gakuen Heaven'' (2006; Tokyo Kids) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; Media Blasters under Anime Works has current home video rights) * ''Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight!'' (2007; Ufotable) * ''Galaxy Express 999'' (1978–81; Toei Animation) (license rescued from S'more Entertainment) * ''Galilei Donna'' (2013; A-1 Pictures) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Ghost Stories (anime), Ghost Stories'' (2000–01; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Giant Gorg'' (1984; Sunrise) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''God Mazinger'' (1984; TMS Entertainment) * ''Six God Combination Godmars, God Mars'' (1981–82; TMS Entertainment) * ''Gokudo the Adventurer, Gokudo'' (1999; Trans Arts) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works with distribution by Enoki Films USA) * ''GoShogun'' (1981–82; Ashi Productions) (license rescued from Saban Entertainment) * ''Great Mazinger'' (1974–75; Toei Animation) * ''The Great Passage (TV series), The Great Passage'' (2016; Zexcs) (exclusively streaming on Amazon Prime Video due to Noitamina deal) * ''Great Teacher Onizuka'' (1999–2000; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Tokyopop with later distribution by Funimation) * ''Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics'' (1987–88; Nippon Animation) (license rescued from Saban Brands) * ''Gun Frontier'' (2002; Vega Entertainment) (license rescued from Media Blasters with distribution from Enoki Films USA) * '' Hajime no Ippo'' (2000–02; Madhouse) (Season 1 only; license rescued from Geneon) * ''Hanasakeru Seishōnen'' (2009–10; Studio Pierrot) * ''Sega Hard Girls, Hi-sCoool! Seha Girls'' (2014; TMS Entertainment & Genies) * ''Honey and Clover'' (2005; J.C.Staff) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Honey and Clover, Honey and Clover II'' (2006; J.C.Staff) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Immortal Grand Prix, IGPX Microseries'' (2003; Bee Train Production, Bee Train & Production I.G) (distribution for Toonami; license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Immortal Grand Prix, IGPX TV Series'' (2005–06; Production I.G) (distribution for Toonami; license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Inukami!'' (2006; Seven Arcs) * ''Isuca'' (2015; Arms Corporation, Arms) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Itazura na Kiss'' (2008; TMS Entertainment) * ''Izumo: Takeki Tsurugi no Senki, Izumo: Flash of a Brave Sword'' (2005; Trinet Entertainment & Studio Kuma) (former Enoki Films USA license) * ''Kaiba'' (2008; Madhouse) * ''Kamen no Maid Guy'' (2008; Madhouse) * ''Karate Master'' (1973–74; TMS Entertainment) * ''Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl'' (2006; Studio Hibari) (license rescued from Media Blasters under AnimeWorks) * ''Kekkaishi'' (2006–08; Sunrise) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Kemono Friends'' (2017; Yaoyorozu) (distribution for Crunchyroll; first season only; original dub commissioned by Discotek Media) * ''Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple'' (2005–06; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Funimation) * ''Kimagure Orange Road'' (1987–88; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Kodocha'' (1996–98; Gallop) (license rescued from Funimation) * ''Koi Koi Seven'' (2005; Studio Flag & Trinet Entertainment) (former Enoki Films USA license) * ''KonoSuba'' (2016–17; Studio Deen) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Kyatto Ninden Teyandee (Samurai Pizza Cats)'' (1990–91; Tatsunoko Production) (license rescued from Saban Entertainment) * ''Kyo Kara Maoh!'' (2004–09; Studio Deen) (Seasons 1 and 2 license rescued from Geneon with later distribution by Funimation) * ''Kyōsōgiga'' (2013; Toei Animation) * '' Lady Oscar: The Rose of Versailles'' (1979–80; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Nozomi Entertainment) * ''The Law of Ueki'' (2005–06; Studio Deen) (license rescued from Geneon with later distribution from Funimation) * ''Black Heaven, The Legend of Black Heaven'' (1999; AIC & A.P.P.P.) (license rescued by Geneon) * ''Library War'' (2008; Production I.G) * ''Love Com, Lovely Complex'' (2007; Toei Animation) * ''Lupin the Third Part I, Lupin III Part I'' (1971–72; TMS Entertainment, Tokyo Movie) * ''Lupin the Third Part II, Lupin III Part II'' (1977–80; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Geneon; Episodes 145 and 155 license rescued from Streamline Pictures) * ''Lupin III Part III'' (1984–85; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) * ''Lupin the 3rd Part IV: The Italian Adventure, Lupin III Part IV: The Italian Adventure'' (2015–16; TMS Entertainment, Telecom Animation Film) (original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment; Funimation has streaming rights to the dub) * ''Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine'' (2012; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Funimation) * ''Magic Knight Rayearth'' (1994–95; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Magical Canan'' (2005; AIC) * ''Magical Girl Ore'' (2018; Pierrot Plus) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Mahoraba, Mahoraba ~Heartful days~'' (2005; J.C.Staff) * ''Marmalade Boy'' (1994–95; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Tokyopop) * ''Mazinger Edition Z: The Impact!'' (2009; Bee Media & Code) * ''Mazinger Z'' (1972–74; Toei Animation) * ''Medabots'' (1999–2001; Bee Train (Seasons 1 & 2) & Trans Arts with cooperation of Production I.G (Season 3)) (license rescued from Nelvana with distribution from ADV Films and Shout! Factory) * ''Mega Man (1994 TV series), Mega Man'' (1994–96; Ruby-Spears & Ashi Productions) (Cartoon; license rescued from Sony Wonder and ADV Films; WildBrain currently has the license to its library) * ''Kyojuu Tokusou Juspion, Megabeast Investigator Juspion'' (1985–86; Toei Company) (Tokusatsu) * ''Message from Space: Galactic Wars'' (1978–79; Toei Company) (Tokusatsu) * ''Miss Machiko'' (1981–83; Studio Pierrot) * ''Mitchiri Neko'' (2018; helo.inc) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Mon Colle Knights'' (2000; Studio Deen) (original version only; license rescued from Saban Entertainment) * ''Monkey Magic (Japanese TV series), Monkey Magic'' (1999–2000; Group TAC) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment with distribution from Geneon, then named Pioneer) * ''Monster Rancher (TV series), Monster Farm (Monster Rancher (TV series), Monster Rancher)'' (1999–2001; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from BKN and ADV Films) * ''Nagasarete Airantō'' (2007; Feel (animation studio), Feel) * ''Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics, New Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics'' * ''NG Knight Lamune & 40'' (1990–91; Ashi Productions) * ''NieA_7'' (2000; Triangle Staff) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Ninja Senshi Tobikage'' (''Ninja Senshi Tobikage, Ninja Robots'') (1985–86; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Alexander Entertainment Group, CBS, CBS Television & Anime Sols) * ''Nightwalker: The Midnight Detective'' (1998; AIC) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Ninja Scroll: The Series'' (2003; Madhouse) (license rescued from Urban Vision) * ''Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu'' (2008; Diomedéa) * ''Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu, Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu: Purezza'' (2009; Diomedéa) * ''Nyanbo!'' (2016–17; Shirogumi) (distributon for Crunchyroll) * ''Osomatsu-kun, Osomatsu-kun (1988)'' (1988–89; Studio Pierrot) (streaming on Crunchyroll only) * ''The Candidate for Goddess, Pilot Candidate'' (2000; Xebec) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Poco's Udon World'' (2016; Liden Films) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Project ARMS'' (2001–02; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Cybuster, Psybuster'' (1999; Production Reed) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Psycho Armor Govarian'' (1983; Knack Production) * ''Reborn!'' (2006–10; Artland) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Recently, My Sister Is Unusual'' (2014; Project No.9) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''The Wicked and the Damned: A Hundred Tales of Karma, Requiem from the Darkness'' (2003; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Saiyuki (manga), Saiyuki ReLoad'' (2003–04; Studio Pierrot) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; license rescued from Geneon) * ''Saiyuki (manga), Saiyuki ReLoad GunLock'' (2004; Studio Pierrot) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; license rescued from Geneon) * ''Ronin Warriors, Samurai Troopers'' (1988–89; Sunrise) (original version only; license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''School Days (visual novel), School Days'' (2007; TNK (company), TNK) * ''s-CRY-ed'' (2001; Sunrise) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment and Sentai Filmworks) * ''Sgt. Frog'' (2004–11; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films and Funimation; still streaming on Funimation) * ''She and Her Cat, She and Her Cat: Everything Flows'' (2016; Liden Films, Liden Films Kyoto Studio) (distribution for Crunchyroll; original dub commissioned by Discotek Media) * ''Sherlock Hound'' (1984–85; TMS Entertainment & Gallop (studio), Gallop) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''The New Adventures of Gigantor, Shin Tetsujin 28'' (1980–81; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) * ''Shining Tears X Wind'' (2007; Studio Deen) * ''Sister Princess'' (2001; Zexcs) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Sister Princess, Sister Princess: RePure'' (2002; Zexcs) * '' Sonic X'' (2003–05; TMS Entertainment) (dubbed version only; license rescued from 4Kids Entertainment with distribution by Funimation) * ''Sorcerer Hunters'' (1995–96; Xebec) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Hoshin Engi, Soul Hunter'' (1999; Studio Deen) (license rescued from ADV Films with distribution by Enoki Films USA) * ''Soul Link'' (2006; Picture Magic) * ''Cobra (manga), Space Adventure Cobra'' (1982–83; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Nozomi Entertainment) * ''Space Pirate Captain Harlock'' (1978–79; Toei Animation) * ''Space Warrior Baldios'' (1980–81; Ashi Productions & Kokusai Eiga-sha) * ''Star Ocean: The Second Story (manga), Star Ocean EX'' (2001; Studio Deen) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Stellvia'' (2003; Xebec) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Street Fighter (TV series), Street Fighter'' (1995–97; Graz Entertainment (Season 1) & InVision Entertainment (Season 2)) (Cartoon; license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Strike the Blood'' (2013–14; Silver Link & Connect (studio), Connect) (Season 1 only; distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Submarine Super 99'' (2003; Vega Entertainment) (former Enoki Films USA license) * ''Super Dimension Century Orguss'' (1983–84; TMS Entertainment with production of Studio Nue & Artland) (license rescued from U.S. Renditions and ImaginAsian Entertainment) * ''Symphogear'' (2012–19; Satelight) (Seasons 1 & 2 thus far...; Season 1 was streamed on Funimation) * ''Tenjho Tenge'' (2004; Madhouse) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Tetsujin 28-go (2004 TV series), Tetsujin 28 (2004)'' (2004; Palm Studio) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Thermae Romae'' (2012; DLE (company), DLE) (original dub commissioned by Discotek Media) * ''Tokyo Underground'' (2002; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''True Tears (anime), True Tears'' (2008; P.A.Works) (license rescued from Bandai Visual, Bandai Visual USA with distribution by Bandai Entertainment) * ''The Twelve Kingdoms'' (2002–03; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Ultra Maniac'' (2003; Ashi Productions) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Video Warrior Laserion'' (1984–85; Toei Animation) * ''Chōdenji Machine Voltes V, Voltes V'' (1977–78; Toei Company & Sunrise) (license rescued from 3B Productions) * ''VS Knight Ramune & 40 Fire'' (1996; Ashi Productions) * ''Wild 7, Wild 7: Another'' (2002; E&G Films) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works with distribution by Enoki Films USA) * ''The Wonderful Adventures of Nils (TV series), The Wonderful Adventures of Nils Holgersson'' (1980–81; Studio Pierrot) * ''The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1986 TV series), The Wonderful Wizard of Oz'' (1986–87; Panmedia) (license rescued from Cookie Jar Group) * ''X-Bomber (X-Bomber, Star Fleet)'' (1980–81; Fuji TV) (Puppetry, Puppet show; license rescued from Leah Productions) * ''Yowamushi Pedal'' (2013–15; TMS Entertainment) (Season 1 and Grande Road only) * ''Z/X, Z/X Ignition'' (2014; Telecom Animation Film) * ''Zombie-Loan'' (2007; Xebec)


Films

* ''5 Centimeters per Second'' (2007; CoMix Wave Films) (distribution for Crunchyroll which was previously done by Bandai Entertainment and was license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Galaxy Express 999, Adieu Galaxy Express 999'' (1981; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Viz Media) * ''Amazing Nuts!'' (Studio 4°C) * ''Juvenile Orion, Aquarian Age: Juvenile Orion'' (2008; Broccoli (company), Broccoli) (Live action) * ''Arcadia of My Youth'' (1982; Toei Animation) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Arion (manga), Arion'' (1986; Sunrise) * ''Space Warrior Baldios, Baldios: The Movie'' (1981; Ashi Productions & Kokusai Eiga-sha) * ''Barefoot Gen (1983 film), Barefoot Gen'' (1983; Madhouse) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Barefoot Gen 2'' (1986; Madhouse) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Bohachi Bushido: Code of the Forgotten Eight'' (1973; Toei Company) (Live action) * ''Black Jack (manga), Black Jack: the Movie'' (1996; Tezuka Productions) (license rescued from Manga Entertainment) * ''Burning Paradise'' (1994; DLO Films Production Limited) (Live action) * ''The Calamari Wrestler'' (2004; Imagica Corp.) (Live action) * ''Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie'' (1999; Madhouse) (license rescued from Nelvana with distribution from Geneon) * ''Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card'' (2000; Madhouse) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Case Closed: The Crimson Love Letter'' (2017; TMS Entertainment) (original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''Case Closed Episode One: The Great Detective Turned Small'' (2016; TMS Entertainment) (original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''Case Closed: Zero the Enforcer'' (2018; TMS Entertainment) (original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''City Hunter#Theatrical movies, City Hunter: .357 Magnum'' (1989; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Theatrical movies, City Hunter: Bay City Wars'' (1990; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Television movies, City Hunter: Death of the Vicious Criminal Ryo Saeba'' (1999; Sunrise) (television film) * ''City Hunter#Television movies, City Hunter: Goodbye My Sweetheart'' (1997; Sunrise) (television film; license rescued from ADV Films, who released the movie as ''City Hunter: The Motion Picture'') * ''City Hunter#Theatrical movies, City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy'' (1990; Sunrise) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Television movies, City Hunter: The Secret Service'' (1996; Sunrise) (television film; license rescued from ADV Films) * ''City Hunter#Theatrical movies, City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes'' (2019; Sunrise) (original dub commissioned by Discotek Media) * ''Cleopatra (1970 film), Cleopatra'' (1970; Mushi Productions) * ''Crusher Joe'' (Studio Nue & Sunrise) (1983; license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Dead or Alive 2: Birds, Dead or Alive 2'' (2000; Daiei Film & Toei Video) (Live action) * ''List of Dr. Slump films, Dr. Slump: "Hoyoyo!" Space Adventure'' (1982; Toei Animation) * ''List of Dr. Slump films, Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hello! Wonder Island'' (1981; Toei Animation) * ''List of Dr. Slump films, Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo! Dream Capital Mecha Police'' (1985; Toei Animation) * ''List of Dr. Slump films, Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo, Great Across-the-World Race'' (1983; Toei Animation) * ''List of Dr. Slump films, Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo! The Treasure of Nanaba Castle'' (1984; Toei Animation) * ''Fair, then Partly Piggy'' (1988; Oh! Production) * ''Unico, The Fantastic Adventures of Unico'' (1981; Sanrio & Madhouse) * ''Fatal Fury: Legend of the Hungry Wolf'' (1992; Studio Jack) (television film; license rescued from Viz Media with itself having distribution from Geneon, then named Pioneer) * ''Fatal Fury: The Motion Picture'' (1994; Studio Wombat) (license rescued from Viz Media with itself having distribution from Geneon, then named Pioneer) * ''Fatal Fury 2: The New Battle'' (1993; Studio Wombat) (television film; license rescued from Viz Media with itself having distribution from Geneon, then named Pioneer) * ''Female Convict Scorpion: Jailhouse 41'' (1972; Toei Company) (Live action) * ''Fist of the North Star (1986 film), Fist of the North Star: The Movie'' (1986; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures with itself having later distribution from RLJE Films, Image Entertainment) * ''Galaxy Express 999 (film), Galaxy Express 999'' (1979; Toei Animation) (license rescued from New World Pictures and Viz Media) * ''Galaxy Express 999, Galaxy Express 999: Eternal Fantasy'' (1998; Toei Animation) (original dub commissioned by Discotek Media) * ''Six God Combination Godmars, God Mars: The Movie'' (1982; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Nozomi Entertainment) * ''Golgo 13: The Professional'' (1983; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Urban Vision) * ''GoShogun, GoShogun: The Time Étranger'' (1985; Ashi Productions) * ''Sangokushi (manga), Great Conquest: The Romance of the Three Kingdoms'' (1988; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures) * ''Hajime no Ippo, Hajime no Ippo: Champion Road'' (2003; Madhouse) (license rescued from Genon) * ''Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid (1975 film), Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid'' (1975; Toei Animation, Toei Doga) (license rescued from Starmaker and UAV Corporation) * ''Hana Yori Dango Final, Hana Yori Dango Final: The Movie'' (2008; Toho) (Live action) * ''Hells Angels (manga), Hells'' (2008; Madhouse) (original dub by Team Four Star with dub production by Sound Cadance Studios) * ''The Great Adventure of Horus, Prince of the Sun, Hols: Prince of the Sun'' (1968; Toei Doga) * ''Inukami!, Inukami! The Movie'' (2007; Seven Arcs) * ''Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade'' (2000; Production I.G) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment and Viz Media) * ''A Journey Through Fairyland'' (1985; Sanrio) (license rescued from Celebrity Home Entertainment under Celebrity Home Entertainment, Celebrity's Just for Kids) * ''Jungle Emperor Leo'' (1997; Tezuka Productions) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Kimagure Orange Road, Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day'' (1988; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Like the Clouds, Like the Wind'' (1990; Studio Pierrot) * ''Lily C.A.T.'' (Studio Pierrot) (1987; license rescued from Streamline Pictures) * ''Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland'' (1989; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Hemdale Film Corporation and Funimation under the Our Time Family Entertainment label) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Alcatraz Connection'' (2001; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Blood Seal of the Eternal Mermaid'' (2011; TMS Entertainment) (television film; original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''Bye Bye, Lady Liberty, Lupin III: Bye Bye, Lady Liberty'' (1989; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''The Castle of Cagliostro, Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro'' (1979; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures and Manga Entertainment) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: The Columbus Files'' (1999; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Dragon of Doom'' (1994; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Elusiveness of the Fog'' (2007; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''Episode 0: The First Contact, Lupin III: Episode 0: The First Contact'' (2002; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: From Siberia with Love'' (1992; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, Lupin III: Fujiko's Lie'' (2019; Telecom Animation Film) (original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, Lupin III: Goemon's Blood Spray'' (2017; Telecom Animation Film) (original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Goodbye Partner'' (2019; TMS Entertainment) (television film; original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: The Hemingway Papers'' (1990; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Island of Assassins'' (1997; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, Lupin III: Jigen's Gravestone'' (2014; Telecom Animation Film) (Their first original dub; commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: The Last Job'' (2010; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''Legend of the Gold of Babylon, Lupin III: Legend of the Gold of Babylon'' (1985; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from AnimEigo; original dub commissioned by TMS Entertainment) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Missed by a Dollar'' (2000; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''The Mystery of Mamo, Lupin III: The Mystery of Mamo'' (1978; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures and Geneon) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Napoleon's Dictionary'' (1991; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Operation Return the Treasure'' (2003; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure'' (1995; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: The Secret of Twilight Gemini'' (1996; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Tokyo Crisis'' (1998; TMS Entertainment) (license rescued from Funimation) * ''List of Lupin III television specials, Lupin III: Voyage to Danger'' (1993; TMS Entertainment) (television film; license rescued from Funimation) * ''Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan, Lupin III vs. Detective Conan: The Special'' (2009; TMS Entertainment) (television film) * ''Lupin the 3rd vs. Detective Conan: The Movie'' (2013; TMS Entertainment) * ''Marmalade Boy'' (1995; Toei Animation) (license rescued from Tokyopop) * ''Memories (1995 film), Memories'' (1995; Studio 4°C & Madhouse) (original dub commissioned by Discotek Media; license rescued from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment) * ''Night on the Galactic Railroad (film), Night on the Galactic Railroad'' (1985; Group TAC) (license rescued from Central Park Media) * ''Nutcracker Fantasy'' (1979; Sanrio) * ''Oresama'' (2004; Gaga) (Live action) * ''Panda! Go, Panda!'' (1972; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Panda! Go, Panda!, Panda! Go, Panda!: Rainy Day Circus'' (1973; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Project A-Ko'' (1986; A.P.P.P.) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Project A-ko 2: Plot of the Daitokuji Financial Group'' (1987; A.P.P.P.) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Project A-ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody'' (1988; A.P.P.P.) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Project A-ko 4: FINAL'' (1989; A.P.P.P.) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Ringing Bell'' (1978; Sanrio & Sunrise) * ''Robot Carnival'' (1987; A.P.P.P.) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures) * ''Saint Seiya: The Movie, Saint Seiya: Evil Goddess Eris'' (1987; Toei Animation) * ''List of Saint Seiya films, Saint Seiya: The Heated Battle of the Gods'' (1988; Toei Animation) * ''List of Saint Seiya films, Saint Seiya: Legend of Crimson Youth'' (1988; Toei Animation) * ''List of Saint Seiya films, Saint Seiya: Warriors of the Final Holy Battle'' (1989; Toei Animation) * ''The Sea Prince and the Fire Child'' (1982; Sanrio) * ''Sex and Zen'' (1991; Orange Sky Golden Harvest, Golden Harvest) (Live action) * ''Space Adventure Cobra: The Movie'' (1982; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (license rescued from Urban Vision; noted as first 4K Ultra HD anime release in the United States and Canada) * ''The Storm Riders, Storm Riders'' (1998; Golden Harvest) (Live action; license rescued from Tai Seng) * ''Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie'' (1994; Group TAC) (license rescued from Sony Music, SMV Enterprises and Manga Entertainment) * ''Swan Lake (1981 film), Swan Lake'' (1981; Toei Animation) (license rescued from The Samuel Goldwyn Company) * ''Taxi Hunter'' (1993; Media Asia Entertainment Group, Media Asia) (Live action) * ''Tetsujin 28-go (2004 TV series), Tetsujin 28: Morning Moon of Midday'' (2007; Palm Studio) * ''A Thousand and One Nights (1969 film), A Thousand and One Nights'' (1969; Mushi Productions) * ''Ashita no Joe, Tomorrow's Joe'' (1980; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) * ''Toriko, Toriko the Movie: Secret Recipe of Gourmet God!'' (2013; Toei Animation) * ''Twilight of the Cockroaches'' (1987; Madhouse) (mix of Anime and Live action; license rescued from Streamline Pictures) * ''Unico, Unico in the Island of Magic'' (1983; Sanrio & Madhouse) * ''Urusei Yatsura: Only You'' (1983; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Urusei Yatsura 2: Beautiful Dreamer'' (1984; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Central Park Media) * ''Urusei Yatsura (film series), Urusei Yatsura 3: Remember My Love'' (1985; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Urusei Yatsura (film series), Urusei Yatsura 4: Lum the Forever'' (1986; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Urusei Yatsura (film series), Urusei Yatsura 5: The Final Chapter'' (1988; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Urusei Yatsura (film series), Urusei Yatsura 6: Always My Darling'' (1991; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust'' (2001; Madhouse) (dubbed version only; license rescued from Urban Vision) * ''The Wonderful World of Puss 'n Boots'' (1969; Toei Animation) * ''Wicked City (1987 film), Wicked City'' (1987; Madhouse) (license rescued from Urban Vision; digital distribution and HIDIVE streaming via Sentai Filmworks) * ''A Wind Named Amnesia'' (1990; Madhouse) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Yowamushi Pedal, Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie'' (2015; TMS Entertainment) * ''Yowamushi Pedal, Yowamushi Pedal: Re:RIDE'' (2014; TMS Entertainment) * ''Yowamushi Pedal, Yowamushi Pedal: Re: ROAD'' (2015; TMS Entertainment) * ''Zatch Bell!#Films, Zatch Bell: 101st Devil'' (2004; Toei Animation) * ''Konjiki no Gash Bell!! Movie 2: Attack of the Mecha-Vulcan, Zatch Bell: Attack of Mechavulcan'' (2005; Toei Animation) * ''Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs'' (1974; Toei Company)


Original video animations

* ''8 Man, 8 Man After'' (1993; J.C.Staff) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures with itself having distribution by Image Entertainment) * ''All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku'' (1992–93; Animate (retailer)#Subsidiaries, Animate Film) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''All Purpose Cultural Cat-Girl Nuku Nuku DASH!'' (1998; Ashi Productions) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Angel Cop'' (1989–94; DAST) (license rescued from Manga Entertainment) * ''Appleseed (1988 film), Appleseed'' (1988; Artland with production from Gainax) (license rescued from Manga Entertainment) * ''Area 88'' (1985–86; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps, and then ADV Films) * ''Babel II'' (1992; J.C.Staff) (license rescued from Streamline Pictures with itself having distribution by Image Entertainment) * ''Battle Athletes'' (1997–98; AIC) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Big Order, Big Order OVA'' (2015; Lerche) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Blue Seed, Blue Seed Beyond'' (1996–98; Production I.G & Xebec) (license rescued from ADV Films; HIDIVE streaming via Maiden Japan) * ''Blue Submarine No. 6'' (1998–2000; Gonzo) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Casshan: Robot Hunter'' (1993–94; Artmic with production by Tatsunoko Production & Gainax) (license rescued from Harmony Gold USA and ADV Films) * ''Cosmo Warrior Zero'' (2001; Vega Entertainment) (license rescued from Enoki Films USA and Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Crusher Joe, Crusher Joe: The Ice Prison'' (1989; Studio Nue & Sunrise) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Crusher Joe, Crusher Joe: The Ultimate Weapon: Ash'' (1989; Studio Nue & Sunrise) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Cyber City Oedo 808'' (1990–91; Madhouse) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Dallos'' (1983–84; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Celebrity Home Entertainment) * ''Dancouga – Super Beast Machine God, Dancouga: Blazing Epilogue'' (1989–90; Ashi Production) * ''Dancouga – Super Beast Machine God, Dancouga: Requiem for Victims'' (1986; Ashi Production) * ''Demon City Shinjuku'' (1988; Madhouse) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps; digital distribution and HIDIVE streaming via Sentai Filmworks) * ''Devilman, Devilman: The Birth'' (1987; Oh! Production) (license rescued from Manga Entertainment) * ''Devilman, Devilman: Demon Bird Sirène'' (1990; Oh! Production) (license rescued from Manga Entertainment) * ''DNA²'' (1995; Madhouse & Studio Deen) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''Dragon Half'' (1993; Production I.G) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Freedom Project, Freedom'' (2006–08; Sunrise) (license rescued from Bandai Visual USA with later distribution by Bandai Entertainment) * ''Fushigi Yûgi, Fushigi Yûgi OVA'' (1996–98; Studio Pierrot) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; Media Blasters under Anime Works has current home video rights, which they have license rescued from Geneon) * ''Fushigi Yûgi, Fushigi Yûgi: Eidoken'' (2001–02; Studio Pierrot) (streaming on Crunchyroll only; Media Blasters under Anime Works has current home video rights, which they have license rescued from Geneon) * ''Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight!, Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight! OVA'' (2007; Ufotable) * ''The Galaxy Railways, The Galaxy Railways: A Letter from the Abandoned Planet'' (2007; Planet Entertainment) * ''Genocyber'' (1994; Artmic) (license rescued from Central Park Media) * ''Getter Robo Armageddon'' (1998–99; Brain's Base) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Giant Robo: The Day the Earth Stood Still, Giant Robo'' (1992–98; Mu Animation Studio) (license rescued from L.A. Hero, U.S. Renditions folded to Manga Entertainment, and then Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Giant Robo: The Day the Earth Stood Still, Gin Rei'' (1994–95; Mu Animation Studio) (license rescued from Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''CB Chara Nagai Go World, Go Nagai World'' (1991; Triangle Staff & Oh! Production) * ''Six God Combination Godmars, God Mars: The Untold Legend'' (1988; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) * ''Goku Midnight Eye'' (1989; Madhouse) (license rescued from Urban Vision) * ''Golden Boy (manga), Golden Boy'' (1995–96; A.P.P.P.) (license rescued from ADV Films and Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Diebuster, Gunbuster 2: Diebuster'' (2004–06; Gainax) (license rescued from Bandai Visual USA) * ''Hajime no Ippo, Hajime no Ippo: Mashiba vs. Kimura'' (2003; Madhouse) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''Hurricane Polymar, Hurricane Polymar: Holy Blood'' (1996–97; Tatsunoko Production & J.C.Staff) (license rescued from Urban Vision and Anime Sols) * ''Isuca'' (2015; Arms) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Iria: Zeiram the Animation'' (1994; Ashi Production) (license rescued from Central Park Media with itself having distribution from Image Entertainment, and then Media Blasters under Anime Works) * ''Key the Metal Idol'' (1994–97; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from Viz Media with volume DVDs having distribution by Geneon, then named Pioneer) * ''Kimagure Orange Road, Kimagure Orange Road OVA'' (1989–91; Studio Pierrot) (license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Kissxsis'' (2008–15; Feel) * ''KonoSuba, KonoSuba: God's Blessings on This Wonderful Choker!'' (2016; Studio Deen) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''KonoSuba, KonoSuba: God's Blessings on This Wonderful Work of Art!'' (2017; Studion Deen) (distribution for Crunchyroll) * ''Kyo Kara Maoh, Kyo Kara Maoh R'' (2007–08; Studio Deen) * ''Love Hina, Love Hina Again'' (2002; Xebec) (license rescued from Bandai Entertainment) * ''Green vs. Red, Lupin III: Green vs. Red'' (2008; TMS Entertainment) * ''Return of the Magician, Lupin III: The Return of Pycal'' (2002; TMS Entertainment) * ''Mighty Space Miners'' (1994–95; Triangle Staff) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''New Cutie Honey'' (1994–95; Toei Animation) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''New Getter Robo'' (2004; Brain's Base) (license rescued from Geneon) * ''NG Knight Ramune & 40, NG Knight Ramune & 40 DX'' (1993; Ashi Productions) * ''NG Knight Ramune & 40, NG Knight Ramune & 40 EX'' (1991; Ashi Productions) * ''Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (anime), Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge'' (1997–98; Madhouse) (license rescued from Viz Media with itself having distribution by Geneon, then called Pioneer, and then Media Blasters via rental Kiosks) * ''Photon (anime), Photon'' (1997–99; AIC) (license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps) * ''The Candidate for Goddess, Pilot Candidate: Special Curriculum (2002; Xebec) * ''Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas'' (2009–11; TMS Entertainment) (original dub commissioned exclusively for streaming on Netflix in preparation for the upcoming CGI List of Netflix original programming, Netflix Original, known simply as ''Knights of the Zodiac: Saint Seiya'') * ''School Days (visual novel), School Days: Magical Heart Kokoro-chan'' (2008; TNK) * ''She and Her Cat'' (1999; CoMix Wave Films) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo'' (2000–01; Brain's Base) * ''Sorcerer Hunters, Sorcerer Hunters OVAs'' (1996–97; Xebec) (license rescued from ADV Films) * ''Tales of Phantasia#OVA, Tales of Phantasia: The Animation'' (2004–06; Actas) (streaming on Amazon Prime Video and Crunchyroll only; license rescued from Geneon) * ''Tales of Symphonia#Animation, Tales of Symphonia The Animation: Sylvarant Episode'' (2007; Ufotable) (streaming on Crunchyroll only) * ''Tales of Symphonia#Animation, Tales of Symphonia The Animation: Tethe'alla Episode'' (2010–11; Ufotable) (streaming on Crunchyroll only) * ''Tales of Symphonia#Animation, Tales of Symphonia The Animation: The United World Episode'' (2011–12; Ufotable) (streaming on Crunchyroll only) * ''Tekkaman Blade, Tekkaman Blade II'' (1994–95; Tatsunoko Production) (license rescued from Urban Vision) * ''Violence Jack'' (1986–88; Ashi Productions (Harem Bomber) & Studio 88 (Evil Town)) (license rescued from Manga Entertainment and Right Stuf Inc., Central Mass) * ''Knights of Ramune, VS Knight Lamune & 40 Fresh'' (1997; Ashi Productions) (license rescued from Central Park Media; who have released it under ''Knights of Ramune'')


Former titles


Television shows

* ''D.N.Angel'' (2003; Xebec (studio), Xebec) (was license rescued from ADV Films) * ''GameCenter CX, Retro Game Master'' (2003–2011; Fuji TV) (Live action; select episodes only)


Films

* ''Animal Treasure Island'' (1971; Toei Animation) * ''Blind Woman's Curse'' (1970; Nikkatsu) (Live action) * ''Burst City'' (1982; Toei Company) (Live action) * ''A Chinese Torture Chamber Story'' (1994; Wong Jing's Workshop Ltd.) (Live action) * ''Dead or Alive (1999 film), Dead or Alive'' (1999; Daiei Film & Toei Company, Toei Video) (Live action) * ''Ebola Syndrome'' (1996; Jing's Production Limited) (Live action) * ''Electric Dragon 80.000 V'' (2001; Sunset) (Live action; was license rescued from Unearthed Films) * ''The Happiness of the Katakuris'' (2002; Shochiku) (Live action) * ''Locke the Superman'' (1984; Nippon Animation) (was license rescued from Celebrity Home Entertainment and Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps; this title is now with Sentai Filmworks) * ''Lupin III: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy (film), Lupin III: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy'' (1974; Toho) (Live action) * ''Mikadroid: Robokill Beneath Discoclub Layla, Mikadroid: Robokill Beneath Disco Club Layla'' (1991; Toho) (Live action) * ''Oh! My Zombie Mermaid'' (2004; Soft on Demand) (Live action) * ''The Princess Blade'' (2001; Gaga) (Live action; was license rescued from ADV Films) * ''SARS Wars, Sars Wars: Bangkok Zombie Crisis'' (2004; BEC-TERO, Chalermthai Studio) (Live action) * ''Sayonara Jupiter (film), Sayonara Jupiter'' (1984; Toho) (Live action) * ''Sexual Parasite'' (2004; Total Media Corporation) (Live action) * ''Sexy Soccer'' (2004; City Connection (company), City Connection) (Live action) * ''Naked Blood, Splatter: Naked Blood'' (1996; Museum K.K.) (Live action) * ''Star of David: Hunting for Beautiful Girls'' (1979; Nikkatsu) (Live action) * ''Oira Sukeban, Sukeban Boy'' (2006; King Records (Japan), King Records) (Live action) * ''Taro the Dragon Boy'' (1979; Toei Animation) * ''Tokyo 10+01'' (2002; KSS Films) (Live action) * ''Uzumaki (film), Uzumaki'' (2000; Omega Micott) (Live action) * ''Venus Wars'' (1989; Triangle Staff) (was license rescued from Central Park Media under U.S. Manga Corps; this title is now with Sentai Filmworks) * ''The War in Space'' (1977; Toho) (Live action)


Original video animations

* ''Crying Freeman'' (1988–94; Toei Animation) (was rescue licensed from ADV Films) * ''The Fuma Conspiracy, Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy'' (1987; Tokyo Movie Shinsha) (was license rescued from AnimEigo) * ''Mad Bull 34'' (1990–92; Magic Bus) (was license rescued from Manga Entertainment)


References


External links

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