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Bomberman
Bomberman
B-Daman Bakugaiden (ボンバーマン・ビーダマン爆外伝, Bombāman Bī-daman Bakugaiden), commonly abbreviated as B B-Daman Bakugaiden (Bビーダマン爆外伝) or BBB, is a CoroCoro Comic
CoroCoro Comic
series created by Koichi Mikata, based on Bomberman
Bomberman
and B-Daman. An animated television series was created and originally broadcast on Nagoya TV and TV Asahi
TV Asahi
at 17:00. It was also broadcast internationally on Taiwan Television (Taiwan), TVB Jade (Hong Kong), GMA Network
GMA Network
(Philippines), QTV 11
QTV 11
(Philippines) and Hero TV
Hero TV
(Philippines). The series was superseded by Bomberman
Bomberman
B-Daman Bakugaiden V.

Contents

1 Story 2 Characters

2.1 Battle suits

2.1.1 First generation 2.1.2 Second generation 2.1.3 Combined forms

2.2 Villains 2.3 Major characters 2.4 Minor characters 2.5 One-time characters 2.6 B-Daron (animals)

3 Episodes 4 Video game 5 References 6 External links

Story[edit] One thousand years ago, the beautiful B-da City was attacked by the Dark B-da in their quest to control the entire Blue Solar System. The heroic B-Daman, drawing on their legendary power and ingenious technology, were able to restore peace to the universe. But, it is only a matter of time before evil forces strike again. Our hero, White Bomber, and his friends continue to patrol the Kingdom, fight against Dark B-da, and are always on the alert for danger, but they're always ready for fun as well. The setting is similar to Bakugaiden III toys, but with slight changes. The episode generally revolves around the five main characters: White, Blue, Red, Yellow, and Black "Bombers". Each get better, newer, and stronger machines or battle suits as the series progress. Each battle is either with a henchman or one of the four great bosses. Each one of them has a unique quirk. This is generally part of how the team beats them. With each Battle Suit, a new villain arrives and defeats them, forcing them to adjust their personality, or get a stronger weapon. Characters[edit] Battle suits[edit] Note: This refers to the Beda City story starting from episode 3 of this series. First generation[edit]

White Gale White Bomber was the first one to get his Battle Suit. It was capable of Flight, thus making it the most mobile and useful. He first got it accidentally when he met Professor. This suit is the only one of the first set that has flight capabilities. The toy version of this suit has two modes: Speed mode which focuses on firing and attack and Wing mode which has the capability to fly in the air. Main attack is "Beda Cannon" which has rapid-firing capabilities to a certain extent. Was heavily damaged by Hogane Dragon Suit (piloted by Draken, one of the Four Dark Lords) during battle in which was upgraded to a better suit to fight him.

Blue Sniper Blue Bomber's suit is one of the three which can only operate on land. The special feature if this suit is its retractable targeter which can help target enemies for shooting and it has an incredibly long range of fire. Its attack and defence is average and is considered a base for the other two machines built later on. He was the second one to get a suit after the White Bomber. Made specifically for precision shooting, its main attack is "Pointing Shot".

Red Buster Red Bomber got hers, shortly after Blue's. Her suit's strength lies in the ability to fire two Beda shots at once, which made it the Beda suit with the most power (before Yellow Bomber got his though). Main attack is "Double Beda Cannon".

Yellow Shooter Yellow Bomber's suit was based on similar designs to Red's. So basically they're twins. Because it was a later model, it took more time to develop, making it the last one to surface. But this led to Yellow getting upset, and falling under a spell of a minion. He then operated an enemy suit, and was cured eventually. But in the end, he got his own. It has the strongest attack power, but has the weakest defense and armor. Main attack is "Drive Shot" which shoots a powerful Beda roller (stronger than what White Dale has) ball right at the opponents. Heavily damaged while in its maiden battle with the Four Dark Lords.

Black Gattlinger Black Bomber's initial suit is one of the older designs and does not have much capabilities except that it can fire a gattling of Beda shots (called the "Gatling Shot") that hit opponents' armours. While this is effective against the minion suits, it is proven useless against the suits of the Four Dark Lords themselves. It was destroyed by Draken's Hogane Dragon when it fired at the gattling part of the suit. Note that this suit does not have a capsule cockpit system unlike the rest of them in the first set.

White Gale II After White Gale is defeated by the Hogane Dragon, the other bombers helped it retreat to the lab for repair and upgrades. The whole system goes through a re-upgrade while White Bomber is unconscious inside the cockpit. While Draken is out in the sky above the lab blasting it to pieces they slowly completed this upgrade for White Bomber to wake up and head for battle in his new upgraded suit. White Gale II has improvements in flight speed and shooting ability. Its new attack is called "Metal Beda Cannon" which fires a powerful sniper-based shot right at Draken's Hogane Dragon, causing it to explode and Draken retreats back into space in defeat.

Second generation[edit] The first set is destroyed in a train accident caused deliberately by Tiger's apprentice. This accident caused the carriage which contains three of the suits to fall off a steep cliff. The Bombers were inside at that time and survived by escaping the falling carriage, but the four suits - White Gale II, Blue Sniper, Yellow Shooter, and Red Buster go down into the sea together with it.

Black Cluster Black Bomber's second suit. This time it features a capsule cockpit like the other suits. Has high re-loading capabilities coupled with powerful rapid-fire shots. Was destroyed by the Dark Prince's Blizzard Dragon suit after the Four Dark Lords were all defeated by the other bombers. Black Cluster is stronger than the other bombers. Its main attack is the "Cluster Cannon". It first appeared in episode 19.

White Blows (White Gale 3) White Bomber's newest suit is a complete redesign of the Beda Armour system. The specs far surpasses its two predecessors and its main attack "Blows Cannon" allows it to rapid-fire Beda Blasts that exceeds those of White Gale II thanks to its Beda Multiplier loading system giving it superiority in both firing power and speed. This can combine with the other two suits built later to form a powerful Beda suit. The toy version has a marking on its forehead above the sensor that reads "WHITE GALE III".

Blue Braiver Blue Bomber's newest suit now has the ability to fly just like what White Bomber's suits has always been capable of. Features an improved navigation and targeting system previously developed from the design of Blue Sniper for extreme-precision and long-ranged shots with the addition of an X-Ray sensor for detecting cloaked enemy units. Its Main Attack is "Brave Cannon". Made its debut at episode 23.

Yellow Crusher

Yellow Bomber's new suit has the same power as its predecessor and is equipped with an additional sonar speaker and has the ability to fly thanks to the rear boosters that come inbuilt. Yellow Bomber was able to use it to tremble Shuringe's suit, Tsubasa Phoenix, using the sound waves created which can also deflect the Beda shots that is fired towards it, and this new suit subsequently plays a part in defeating it. Its Main Shot is the "Crusher Cannon" that contains both offensive and defensive in nature. It makes its debut on episode 22.

Black Devaster Black Bomber's newest suit is the largest in size among all the Bomber's suits and can transform to a dragon for flight. This is the only Bomber suit which has dual Beda barrels for double the power. Has the capability to combine with the Saint Blaster to form the ultimate Beda suit to defend Beda City. It makes its debut on episode 37.

Flyer Dragon Red Bomber's dragon-type suit is mainly used as a carrier suit for two Beda suits to park on when its storage hatch opens in Ride mode. It fires B-Da shots catapult-style. It makes its debut on episode 45.

Blizzard Dragon Dark Prince's suit. It can change its shape from a normal suit to a dragon-like suit within a matter of seconds. The suit's main attack is Blizzard Cannon.

Combined forms[edit]

Saint Blaster This suit is combined using White Blows, Blue Braiver and Yellow Crasher. White Blows forms the head, body and arms of the combined suit while the other two suits forms the legs. Its battle power can be evenly matched with the Dark Prince's "Blizzard Abel", and fires with its Combined Main Shot "Blaster Cannon".

Saint Dragon This ultimate suit is the combination of the four second set suits above. White Blows form the Dragon Head and upper body, Black Devaster forms the main body and wings, Blue Braiver and Yellow Crasher forms the legs of the ultimate suit. This is featured in the 2nd opening and the final episode of the series in which they defeated the dark dragon using the finisher attack "Saint Fire Volley".

Villains[edit]

Koutei An evil being in the form of a giant eye monster. Plans to take over the world.

Dark Prince (ダークプリンス, Dāku Purinsu) Black Bomber's twin brother, Jack. A long time ago, Professor Brown sneaked into Professor Sage's lab in the desert in search for secret plans and designs. Jack saw him while he was searching for a baseball that seemingly crashed through his window, but was kidnapped and turned into evil. Black Bomber and his friends eventually saved him and turned him good again. As the Dark Prince, he makes his debut in episode 35 and appears in almost every other episode up until episode 48. He was voiced in the anime by Nobutoshi Canna.

Professor Brown/Dr. Shadow Dr. Gray Bomber's peer, and Professor Sage's student. He was jealous of Dr. Gray Bomber's superiority (or so he says) and joined the darkness. He creates Battle Suits, using knowledge from Professor Sage's lessons, and eventually becomes a key role in the darkness.

Momite Bomber (モミテボン, Momitebon)

A useless minion of darkness who provides the comic relief throughout the series. He is given the name "Momite" for the fact that he often rubs his hands together nervously. He claims to be a good guy, but actually is not. Similarly to how Blue Bomber says "desu" at the end of every sentence, Momite Bomber says "dayo". His main purpose is to spy on the Good Bombers. He was voiced in the anime by Koyasu Takehito.

Minions Each dark lord has their minions. Whether they be expert spies, assassins, recons, they all try to defeat the Bomber Heroes. Usually, they get beaten half to death before they get their battle suits, and they get gagged unintentionally by the heroes.

Draken (ドラーケン, Dorāken) He has EGO problems, and enjoys having minions make him long and honoring titles. Usually, Lacky Bomber makes one with numerous "supers", "ultras", and "oh greats". Defeated at the hands of one of White Bomber's new suits, upgraded with Yellow Bomber's help. His suit, "Hogane Dragon", has the ability to fire two metal Beda shots at once when the mouth opens. He was voiced in the anime by Kunihiko Yasui.

Tiger (ティーゲル, Tīgeru) A strong villain, but he has 1 flaw-His Suits use up enormous amounts of energy. A battle usually ends with him running out of energy, but he seems to always have the upper hand. His end was when the overlord had enough of his incompetence, and jailed him. His suit, "Kurogane Byakko", has a normal metal Beda shooter and a small one on the head which can be fired separately. He was voiced in the anime by Hideyuki Hori.

Shuringe (シュリンゲ) A female villain, who goes incognito as a pretty woman. Dr. Gray Bomber falls head over heels for her. She has an issue with people mispronouncing her name. She poses as a teacher with amnesia. In the end, she loses to an upgraded team of White, Blue, Yellow, and Black Bomber. She often comes out of her armor as a full-grown Bomber called Ms. Purple (パープルさん, Pāpuru-san), but Dr. Gray Bomber never learns who she really is. Her suit "Tsubasa Phoenix" has immense firepower, having a total of six Beda shooters altogether. Can transform into flying bird mode. She was voiced in the anime by Rica Matsumoto.

Sildork (シルドーク, Shirudōku) He is jailed for rebelling against the lord himself. Craving battles, he does not spare any heroes unless they give him a good fight. His quote is "You're not strong enough to be worthy of me killing you". In the end, the characters never beat him, but injure him enough so that he retreats. However, he ends up coming back stronger than ever. He nearly kills them, admitting them as strong, but leaves to fight the Evil Lord. His suit "Yorui Turtle" has insanely high defense and normal shots cannot penetrate its powerful armour. The most devastating attack is when it opens its head and fires a large and powerful ball of Beda energy from it. But this is also where its weak spot is as this firing spot is just above the cockpit of the suit itself. The suit can transform into an armoured turtle capable of swimming in the water. Voiced in the anime by Yosuke Akimoto.

Dr. Crusher (Dr.クラッシャー, Dr. Kurasshā) A villain appearing in the first 3 episodes. He looks very similar to that of Professor Brown. Voiced in the anime by Nishimura Tomohiro.

Major characters[edit]

White Bomber/ Bomberman
Bomberman
(しろボン, Shirobon) Leader of the Good Bombers. He is determined, but can be a bit childish sometimes and has a strong sense of courage. He was voiced in the anime by Houko Kuwashima.

Blue Bomber (あおボン, Aobon) A mechanical genius, but very anxious, shy and docile, especially around girls. He has a secret crush on Red Bomber, and has a habit of saying "desu" at the end of every sentence. He was voiced in the anime by Etsuko Kozakura.

Red Bomber (あかボン, Akabon) The only female of the Good Bombers. She wears a yellow bow on her antenna, and has been in love with Black Bomber ever since he saved her life. She has a rivalry with Yellow Bomber and Pink Bomber. She was voiced in the anime by Rei Sakuma.

Yellow Bomber (きいろボン, Kiirobon) A greedy Bomber who dreams of being rich and meeting lots of pretty girls. Yellow Bomber is jealous of Black Bomber and has a rivalry with Red Bomber and White Bomber. He was voiced in the anime by Mitsuaki Madono.

Black Bomber (くろボン, Kurobon) A mysterious fighter who shows up to help the heroes and disappears when his help is no longer needed. He wears a cape and has a long-lost twin brother called Jack, who was kidnapped by Koutei. He was voiced in the anime by Toshihiko Seki.

Dr. Gray Bomber (Dr.グレイボン, Dr. Gureibon) Blue Bomber's grandfather, and inventor of the robots that the good Bombers pilot. He was voiced in the anime by Tsukui Kyosei.

Green Bomber (みどりボン, Midoribon) Voiced in the anime by Kappei Yamaguchi.

Light Blue Bomber (みずいろボン, Mizuirobon) Voiced in the anime by Issei Miyazaki.

Minor characters[edit]

Pink Bomber (ピンクボン, Pinkubon) Another female outside of the Bomber Team. She is a very rich and beautiful girl who lives with her father, Rich Bomber (リッチボン, Ricchibon), and appears to have a crush on White Bomber, but later falls in love with Black Bomber instead. She has a rivalry with Red Bomber, who is also in love with him. She was voiced in the anime by Hiroko Konishi.

Jack (ジャック, Jakku) Black Bomber's twin brother. He was kidnapped and possessed by Koutei after going into the lab to get a baseball. Black bomber and his friends eventually safely restored him to being good again. Unlike his brother Black Bomber, he is very happy and playful. He was voiced in the anime by Nobutoshi Canna.

Golden Bomber/Dark Bomber (ゴールデンボン/ダークボン, Gōrudenbon/Dākubon) White Bomber's father, possessed by evil. After a battle with the evil Koutei, he was turned good once more. He was the king, but his son White Bomber exceeded him and took the crown. Appears in the first three episodes of the series. He was voiced in the anime by Tesshō Genda.

One-time characters[edit]

Ceres (セレス, Seresu) Voiced in the anime by Keiichi Sonobe.

Pallas (パラス, Parasu) Voiced in the anime by Takehiro Murozono.

Navy Blue Bomber (こんボン, Konbon) Appears in the second episode. He looks very similar to that of Blue Bomber. Voiced in the anime by Jūrōta Kosugi.

Orange Bomber (オレンジボン, Orenjibon) Appears in the first episode, training White Bomber. Voiced in the anime by Nagashima Yuichi.

B-Daron (animals)[edit]

Wind Bird (カゼ丸, Kazemaru) White Bomber's B-Daron; a turquoise bird. He has a sweet tooth for cake, and comes to White Bomber's aid whenever he needs to go somewhere. His ability is Hurricane Shot. He is voiced in the anime by Yuuichi Nagashima.

Rui-rui (ルイルイ) Blue Bomber's B-Daron; a pink rabbit. Rui-rui is a genius, just like Blue Bomber and his grandfather are, and often works on computers to assist them. His ability is Lock-On. He was voiced in the anime by Tomoko Kawakami.

Pi-po (ピポ) Red Bomber's B-Daron; an orange squirrel. She likes to hang with Red Bomber and help her with the things she does, such as baking delicious cakes for the gang. Her ability is Cheering.

Ponycorn (ポニコーン, Ponikōn) Yellow Bomber's B-Daron. He is a horse that has a corn cob on his head, making him look like a Unicorn. He is almost always seen with Yellow Bomber and is usually involved in whatever he does. His ability is Corn Flash. He was voiced in the anime by Keiichi Sonobe.

Fire Dragon (ヒリュー, Hiryū) Black Bomber's B-Daron; a purple dragon. He often goes into town, wearing a trench coat and a hat to disguise himself, so he can do certain tasks for Black Bomber. He looks very powerful, but is actually friendly, innocent and harmless, and would not even hurt a fly. His ability is Dragon Breath. He was voiced in the anime by Kunihiko Yasui.

Episodes[edit]

The Legend of the B-Da Heroes (part 1) The Legend of the B-Da Heroes (part 2) Fly! White Gale The Arrogant Warrior, Black Bomber A Dark Messenger Arrives Fire Away! Blue Sniper Protecting the Forest's B-Daron Dr. Gray Bomber's Super Inventions Don't die! Rui Rui Black Bomber's secret Draken of the Four Dark Lords arrives Rise Up! White Gale II Tempestuous Princess, Pink Bomber! The Second of the Four Dark lords, Tiger Mystery of the Stormy night The Lone Hero Don't cry, Wind Bird Discovery! Secret of the Labyrinth!? Go! Black Cluster Tiger's Doomsday Mysterious Beauty, Miss Purple appears Roar! Yellow Crasher Move Out! Blue Braver Red Bomber's dream, the Prima Donna Shuringe's Evil Trap Dr. Gray Bomber's Spectacular Marriage Proposal Goodbye, Miss Purple S.S. Pink Princess's Big Disaster Sildork - The Great Dark Being's Rebellion Red Bomber's Heart gets Stolen!? Momite Bomber's Day of Dignity Sildork Returns!? Abused Control of White Blose The Legend of the B-Stone The Prince of Darkness Appears The Strongest Enemy, Dark Prince Tiger and Shuringe's Counterattack Duel! Draken VS. Sildork A Cursed Yellow Bomber Frozen Monstrosity, Icekenstein Wind Bird, Come Back! Black Bomber's Present Combine! Saint Blaster The Scroll of Destiny The True Tale of Black Bomber's Past Dark Prince's True Self Darkness Dragon Attacks! The Final Battle! Light Saint Dragon Emerges

Video game[edit] A Game Boy Color
Game Boy Color
RPG titled Bomberman
Bomberman
B-Daman Bakugaiden: The Road to Victory (ボンバーマンビーダマン爆外伝 ビクトリーへのみち, Bombāman Bī-Daman Bakugaiden: Bikutorī he no Michi, lit. " Bomberman
Bomberman
Marbleman Explosive Side Story: The Road to Victory") was created by Media Factory
Media Factory
on January 29, 1999.[1] References[edit]

^ "作品実績" (Archive) Cox Incorporated. Last updated April 11, 2007.

External links[edit]

Anime and manga portal

Official d-rights website (in Japanese) The B-Daman Wiki Forums, a community dedicated to B-Daman Bomberman
Bomberman
B-Daman Bakugaiden (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

v t e

Bomberman
Bomberman
video games

Main games

Bomberman
Bomberman
(1983) Bomberman
Bomberman
(1990) II World '93 Super '94 Super 2 Super 3 Super 4 Saturn Super 5 Atomic 64 (1997) Neo World Wars Hero Party Edition 64: The Second Attack Online (2001) 64 (2001) Generation Jetters Online (2004) Act Zero Live Blast Ultra Live: Battlefest Super R

Portables

Atomic Punk GB Pocket Max Max 2 Bomberman
Bomberman
(2005) Bomberman
Bomberman
(2006) Touch 2 Blitz

Other series

Action-adventure and RPG

Quest Tournament Story DS

Land

Land (2000) 2 3 Touch! Land (Wii) Land (PSP)

Compilations

List of compilations featuring Bomberman
Bomberman
titles

Spin-offs

RoboWarrior Blaster Master Jr. Wario Blast Panic Bomber Hardball Fantasy Race Kart Bombergirl

Anime/Manga

B-Daman Bakugaiden B-Daman Bakugaiden V Jetters

v t e

Works of Madhouse

Masao Maruyama Osamu Dezaki Rintaro Yoshiaki Kawajiri

Films

1980s

The Fantastic Adventures of Unico
Unico
(1981) Natsu e no Tobira
Natsu e no Tobira
(1981) Haguregumo
Haguregumo
(1982) Harmagedon (1983) Unico
Unico
in the Island of Magic (1983) Barefoot Gen (1983) Lensman (1984) The Dagger of Kamui (1985) Barefoot Gen 2
Barefoot Gen 2
(1986) Phoenix: Ho-ō (1986) Toki no Tabibito: Time Stranger (1986) Wicked City (1987) Neo Tokyo (1987) Twilight of the Cockroaches
Twilight of the Cockroaches
(1987) Legend of the Galactic Heroes: My Conquest is the Sea of Stars (1988)

1990s

A Wind Named Amnesia
A Wind Named Amnesia
(1990) Urusei Yatsura: Always, My Darling (1991) Ninja Scroll
Ninja Scroll
(1993) Anne no Nikki
Anne no Nikki
(1995) Memories (segment Stink Bomb) (1995) Yawara!
Yawara!
Special
Special
- Zutto Kimi no Koto ga (1996) X (1996) Perfect Blue (1997) Clover (1999) Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie (1999)

2000s

Cardcaptor Sakura
Cardcaptor Sakura
Movie 2: The Sealed Card (2000) Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (2000) Metropolis (2001) Millennium Actress
Millennium Actress
(2001) Di Gi Charat - A Trip to the Planet (2001) WXIII: Patlabor the Movie 3 (2002) Hajime no Ippo: Champion Road (2003) Nasu: Summer in Andalusia (2003) Tokyo Godfathers
Tokyo Godfathers
(2003) The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006) Paprika (2006) Cinnamon the Movie (2007) Highlander: The Search for Vengeance (2007) Piano no Mori
Piano no Mori
(2007) Hells (2008) Summer Wars
Summer Wars
(2009) Mai Mai Miracle
Mai Mai Miracle
(2009) Redline (2009) Yona Yona Penguin (2009)

2010s

Trigun: Badlands Rumble (2010) The Tibetan Dog (2011) The Princess and the Pilot
The Princess and the Pilot
(2011) Wolf Children
Wolf Children
(2012) Hunter × Hunter: Phantom Rouge (2013) Death Billiards (2013) Hunter × Hunter: The Last Mission (2013) No Game No Life: Zero (2017) Kimi no Koe o Todoketai (2017)

Television series

Pre–2000s

Nobody's Boy: Remi (1977–1978) Treasure Island (1978–1979) Galactic Patrol Lensman (1984–1985) Yawara!
Yawara!
(1989–1992) DNA²
DNA²
(1994) Azuki-chan
Azuki-chan
(1995–1998) Trigun
Trigun
(1998) Cardcaptor Sakura
Cardcaptor Sakura
(1998–2000) Master Keaton
Master Keaton
(1998–2000) Bomberman
Bomberman
B-Daman Bakugaiden (1998–1999) Super Doll Licca-chan (1998–1999) Pet Shop of Horrors
Pet Shop of Horrors
(1999) Jubei-chan: The Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch (1999) Di Gi Charat (1999–2001) Reign: The Conqueror (1999) Magic User's Club
Magic User's Club
(1999) Bomberman
Bomberman
B-Daman Bakugaiden V (1999–2000)

2000–2005

Boogiepop Phantom
Boogiepop Phantom
(2000) Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran (2000) Hidamari no Ki
Hidamari no Ki
(2000) Sakura Wars (2000) Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting! (2000–2002) Beyblade
Beyblade
(2001) Galaxy Angel
Galaxy Angel
(2001–2004) Shingu: Secret of the Stellar Wars (2001) Chance Pop Session (2001) Magical Meow Meow Taruto
Magical Meow Meow Taruto
(2001) X (2001–2002) Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution (2002) Chobits
Chobits
(2002) Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi
(2002) Pita-Ten
Pita-Ten
(2002) Dragon Drive
Dragon Drive
(2002–2003) Hanada Shōnen Shi (2002–2003) Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat (2002) Rizelmine
Rizelmine
(2002) Mirage of Blaze
Mirage of Blaze
(2002) Ninja Scroll: The Series (2003) Texhnolyze (2003) Gungrave (2003–2004) Gunslinger Girl (2003–2004) Uninhabited Planet Survive!
Uninhabited Planet Survive!
(2003–2004) Di Gi Charat Nyo! (2003–2004) Gokusen (2004) Jubei-chan: The Counter Attack of Siberia Yagyu (2004) Paranoia Agent
Paranoia Agent
(2004) Tenjho Tenge
Tenjho Tenge
(2004) Monster (2004–2005) BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad (2004–2005) Sweet Valerian
Sweet Valerian
(2004) Strawberry 100% (2005) Akagi (2005–2006) Paradise Kiss (2005) Oku-sama wa Joshi Kōsei (2005)

2006–2010

Kiba (2006–2007) Strawberry Panic!
Strawberry Panic!
(2006) NANA (2006–2007) The Story of Saiunkoku (2006–2008) Black Lagoon
Black Lagoon
(2006) Yume Tsukai (2006) Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin
Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin
(2006–2007) Kemonozume
Kemonozume
(2006) A Spirit of the Sun
A Spirit of the Sun
(2006) Death Note
Death Note
(2006–2007) Tokyo Tribe 2 (2006–2007) Claymore (2007) Oh! Edo Rocket (2007) Princess Resurrection
Princess Resurrection
(2007) Dennō Coil
Dennō Coil
(2007) Devil May Cry
Devil May Cry
(2007) Shigurui (2007) Gyakkyō Burai Kaiji (2007–2008) Neuro: Supernatural Detective (2007–2008) Mokke
Mokke
(2007–2008) MapleStory (2007–2008) Ani*Kuri15
Ani*Kuri15
(animated sequence) (2007–2008) Chi's Sweet Home
Chi's Sweet Home
(2008–2009) Allison & Lillia (2008) Kamen no Maid Guy (2008) Top Secret ~The Revelation~ (2008) Kaiba
Kaiba
(2008) Ultraviolet: Code 044 (2008) Casshern Sins
Casshern Sins
(2008–2009) Kurozuka (2008) Mōryō no Hako
Mōryō no Hako
(2008) One Outs
One Outs
(2008–2009) Stitch!
Stitch!
(2008–2010) Chaos;Head (2008) Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger (2009) Rideback (2009) Sōten Kōro
Sōten Kōro
(2009) Needless
Needless
(2009) Kobato
Kobato
(2009–2010) Aoi Bungaku (2009)

2010s

Rainbow: Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin (2010) The Tatami Galaxy
The Tatami Galaxy
(2010) Highschool of the Dead
Highschool of the Dead
(2010) Marvel Anime
Marvel Anime
(2010–2011) Gyakkyō Burai Kaiji: Hakairoku-hen (2011) Hunter × Hunter
Hunter × Hunter
(2011–2014) Chihayafuru
Chihayafuru
(2011–2013) The Ambition of Oda Nobuna
The Ambition of Oda Nobuna
(2012) Btooom!
Btooom!
(2012) Photo Kano (2013) Sunday Without God
Sunday Without God
(2013) Hajime no Ippo: Rising (2013–2014) Ace of Diamond
Ace of Diamond
(2013–2016) Magical Warfare
Magical Warfare
(2014) The Irregular at Magic High School
The Irregular at Magic High School
(2014) No Game No Life
No Game No Life
(2014) Hanayamata (2014) Parasyte
Parasyte
-the maxim- (2014–2015) Death Parade
Death Parade
(2015) My Love Story!!
My Love Story!!
(2015) Overlord (2015–present) One-Punch Man
One-Punch Man
(2015) Prince of Stride: Alternative (2016) Alderamin on the Sky
Alderamin on the Sky
(2016) All Out!!
All Out!!
(2016–2017) ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Dept. (2017) A Place Further than the Universe
A Place Further than the Universe
(2018) Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card (2018) Waka Okami wa Shōgakusei! (2018) Boogiepop and Others
Boogiepop and Others
(2018)

OVAs

1980s

Wounded Man (1986–1988) Phoenix: Yamato / Space (1987) Bride of Deimos
Bride of Deimos
(1988) Demon City Shinjuku
Demon City Shinjuku
(1988) Legend of the Galactic Heroes
Legend of the Galactic Heroes
(1988–1989) The Enemy's the Pirates! (1989) (episodes 1 and 2) Goku Midnight Eye
Goku Midnight Eye
(1989)

1990s

Cyber City Oedo 808
Cyber City Oedo 808
(1990–1991) Record of Lodoss War (1990–1991) Devil Hunter Yohko
Devil Hunter Yohko
(1990–1995) Doomed Megalopolis (1991–1992) Yawara!
Yawara!
Soreyuke Koshinuke Kizzu (1992) Tokyo Babylon
Tokyo Babylon
(1992–1994) Zetsuai 1989
Zetsuai 1989
(1992, 1994) Battle Angel (1993) Mermaid's Scar (1993) The Cockpit (segment Slipstream) (1993) Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals (1994) Phantom Quest Corp.
Phantom Quest Corp.
(1994–1995) Clamp in Wonderland (1994, 2007) Spirit Warrior (1994) Bio Hunter
Bio Hunter
(1995) Birdy the Mighty
Birdy the Mighty
(1996–1997) Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (1997–1998) Twilight of the Dark Master (1997)

2000s

Space Pirate Captain Herlock: The Endless Odyssey (2002–2003) Trava: Fist Planet (2003) The Animatrix
The Animatrix
(animated sequence) (2003) Hajime no Ippo: Mashiba vs. Kimura (2003) Lament of the Lamb
Lament of the Lamb
(2003–2004) Aquarian Age: The Movie (2003) Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko! (2003) Tsuki no Waltz
Tsuki no Waltz
(2004) Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin
Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin
(2005) Last Order: Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy
VII (2005) Nasu: A Migratory Bird with Suitcase (2007) Batman: Gotham Knight (animated sequence) (2008) Hellsing
Hellsing
Ultimate V-VII (2008–2009)

2010s

Supernatural: The Anime Series (2011) Arata-naru Sekai (2012) Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (2013) Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014)

Video games

Earnest Evans
Earnest Evans
(1991) Wild Arms (1996) Solatorobo: Red the Hunter (2010) Persona 2: Eternal Punishment PSP OP (2012) Persona 4 Golden OP (2012) Persona 4 Arena
Persona 4 Arena
OP (2012) Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl (2013) Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight (2014)

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