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Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
(Japanese: サイボーグゼロゼロナイン, Hepburn: Saibōgu Zero-Zero-Nain) is a manga created by Shotaro Ishinomori. It was serialized in many different Japanese magazines, including Monthly Shōnen King, Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Shōnen Big Comic, COM, Shōjo Comic, Weekly Shōnen Sunday, Monthly Shōnen Jump, and Monthly Comic Nora. In 2012, comiXology acquired the digital distribution rights to Shotaro Ishinomori's catalogue, including Cyborg 009.[1][2]

Contents

1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Media

3.1 Manga

3.1.1 Manga
Manga
publication history

3.2 Graphic novel 3.3 Movies

3.3.1 1966 film

3.3.1.1 Cast

3.3.2 1980 anime film

3.3.2.1 Cast

3.3.3 2012 film (009 Re:Cyborg)

3.3.3.1 Cast

3.3.4 2016 film trilogy (Cyborg 009: Call of Justice)

3.3.4.1 Cast

3.4 Television series

3.4.1 1968 series

3.4.1.1 Cast 3.4.1.2 DVD Box

3.4.2 1979–1980 series

3.4.2.1 Cast

3.4.3 2001–2002 series

3.4.3.1 Cast

3.5 Original video animation

3.5.1 Cast

3.6 Radio dramas

3.6.1 1979 radio drama

3.6.1.1 Cast

3.6.2 2009 radio drama

3.6.2.1 Cast

3.7 Video games

4 International releases

4.1 North American releases

5 Legacy 6 References 7 External links

Plot[edit]

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Nine people from around the world are kidnapped by the evil Black Ghost organization and undergo experiments which turn them into cyborgs with superhuman powers. The nine cyborgs band together in order to stop Black Ghost from achieving its goal of starting the next world war by supplying rich buyers with countless weapons of mass destruction. After the destruction of Black Ghost, the nine cyborgs go on to fight a variety of threats such as mad scientists, supernatural beings, and ancient civilizations. Characters[edit] Main article: List of Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
characters Media[edit]

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Cyborg 009
media Manga[edit]

The first arc was serialized in Weekly Shōnen King (Shōnen Gahosha). It depicts the 009's origin story, the escape from Black Ghost, and running from cyborg assassins. It was briefly ended with the battle with the Mythos
Mythos
Cyborgs story. The second arc called The Underground Empire Yomi Arc appeared in Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Weekly Shōnen Magazine
(Kodansha) alongside the release of the film version. The story is highly influenced by Edgar Rice Burroughs' Earth's Core series,[original research?] including an expedition to the center of the Earth with a drill tank and a reptile race who can use telepathy and grow wings. The story ends with the final battle against Black Ghost. In the final scene, 009 and 002 fall into Earth's atmosphere and are seen as a shooting star by two small children, one who wishes for a toy gun the other for world peace (a scene reminiscent of Ray Bradbury's Kaleidoscope). This point was the intended finish for the series; however popular demand necessitated the two heroes be rescued.[original research?] As such, 001 was able at the last minute of using his telekinetic powers to retrieve 002 and 009 from their plummet before death. Thus began the third arc. Serialized in Monthly Bouken-oh (Adventure King) (Akita Shoten), it contained 6 story arcs, including the Monster Island Arc, the Middle East Arc, and the Angels Arc. The series abruptly ended during the Angels Arc. The fourth arc, called The Battle of the Gods Arc, was serialized in COM (Mushi Production). Ishinomori resumed and retold the interrupted Angels Arc with a new plot, but the series once again ended abruptly. Ishinomori would not resume the series for a few years after this. The fifth arc was serialized in Shōjo Comic (Shogakukan), and included the Wind City Arc, the Snow Carnival Arc, and the Edda Arc. The story deals with legendary and mythical like characters challenging the 00 Number Cyborgs. The sixth arc connected to the 5th arc. Arcs such as the Deinonychus Arc (appeared in Monthly Shōnen Jump (Shueisha)) and Green Hole Arc (appeared in Play Comic (Akita Shoten)) were depicted, then after a long time the Underwater Pyramid Arc was serialized in Monthly Manga Shōnen (Asahi Sonorama). The seventh arc was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Weekly Shōnen Sunday
(Shogakukan) to go with the revival anime. A long arc consisting of many short arcs, this series dealt with the battle against Neo Black Ghost as well as the emotional trauma of the 00 Number Cyborgs. The story is set approximately 20 years after the Yomi Arc, and the personalities and conduct of the cyborgs are depicted as more adult. The eighth arc was serialized in Monthly Comic Nora (Gakken). A long arc called People Drifting Through Time and Space Arc, and is a sequel to the Immigration Arc. The Count of St. Germain
Count of St. Germain
from the Underwater Pyramid Arc appears, but his design is different. Ishinomori's death made this the last work of the series, although it is not the final chapter.[original research?]

Manga
Manga
publication history[edit] The series was written and illustrated by Shotaro Ishinomori, serialized in Monthly Shōnen King, published in Japan by Akita Shoten and other companies through its history, and published in North America by Tokyopop. The Tokyopop
Tokyopop
release took multiple liberties with the dialogue and translation, and was sourced from the Media Factory, "MF Comics", release that had been published in 2003.[original research?] The MF Comics release had comprised 36 volumes, of which Tokyopop
Tokyopop
had only covered 10. Ishinomori's initial intent was to have the Yomi arc be the end of the series, but he continued the series due to the fan letters that urged him to resurrect 009 and 002.[original research?] Digital comics distributor comiXology licensed the entire catalogue from Ishimori Productions in 2012,[1] and has made the first 10 volumes of Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
available. In April 2012, Shogakukan
Shogakukan
announced that the Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
manga would conclude in Weekly Shōnen Sunday.[3] Entitled Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
Conclusion: God's War, the manga is to be illustrated by Masato Hayase and based on Ishinomori's original concept notes, sketches, and a novel draft, all of which had been gathered by his son, Jo Onodera. Conclusion is scheduled to debut on April 13, 2012.[4] Graphic novel[edit] A full-color graphic novel based off the franchise was released at San Diego Comic-Con International on July 21, 2013 to align with the anniversary of Ishinomori's original manga. The book is a condensed retelling of the 00 Cyborgs' battle against Black Ghost, led by Sekar (Skull).[5] The full release was on September 11, 2013.[6] The graphic novel is written by F. J. DeSanto and Bradley Cramp, penciled and inked by Marcus To, and published by Archaia Comics.[7] Movies[edit] 1966 film[edit] The first Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
film was released on July 21, 1966. It was produced by: Hiroshi Ōkawa (uncredited) and directed by Yugo Serikawa Cyborg 009: Monster Wars (サイボーグ009 怪獣戦争, Saiboogu Zero-Zero-Nain Kaijuu Sensou) was the second film for Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
and released on March 19, 1967. It was produced by Hiroshi Ōkawa and Directed by Yugo Serikawa The theme Song for the films was Song of Cyborg 009 (サイボーグ009の歌, Saibōgu Zero Zero Nain no Uta) (Lyrics: Masahisa Urushibara, Composer, Arrangement: Taichirō Kosugi, Singer: Tokyo Meister Singer) Cast[edit]

009: Hiroyuki Ōta 001: Kyoko Toriyama 002: Ryō Ishihara 003: Judy Ongg 004: Hiroshi Ōtake 005: Hiroshi Masuoka 006: Arihiro Fujimura 007: Machiko Soga 008: Kenji Utsumi Professor Gilmore: Jōji Yanami Black Ghost Leader: Masato Yamanouchi Beagle: Kiyoshi Kawakubo Easel: Sanji Hase Helena: Etsuko Ichihara Narrator: Ryō Kurosawa

1980 anime film[edit] An anime film for the second anime television series was released on December 20, 1980 called Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Vortex (サイボーグ009 超銀河伝説, Saibōgu Zero Zero Nain: Chou Ginga Densetsu). The theme song was "Love of 1 Billion Lightyears" (10億光年の愛, Jū-oku Kōnen no Ai) (Lyrics: Michio Yamagami, Composer: Kōichi Morita, Arrangement: Reijirō Koroku, Singer: Yoshito Machida). Cast[edit]

009: Kazuhiko Inoue/Walter Carroll 001: Fuyumi Shiraishi/Mary Malone 002: Keiichi Noda/Don Pomes 003: Kazuko Sugiyama/Michelle Hart 004: Keaton Yamada/Richard Nieskins 005: Banjo Ginga/Frank Rogers 006: Sanji Hase/Jeff Manning 007: Kaneta Kimotsuki/James Keating 008: Kazuyuki Sogabe/Clay Lowrey Professor Gilmore: Jōji Yanami/Cliff Harrington Dr Cosmo: Ichirō Nagai/Mike Worman Saba: Noriko Ohara/Gerri Sorrells Princess Tamara: Hiroko Suzuki/Deborah DeSnoo Zoa: Tōru Ōhira/William Ross Gallo: Chikao Ohtsuka/Lanny Broyles Narrator: Ryō Ishihara/Avi Laudau

2012 film (009 Re:Cyborg)[edit] A 3D film, produced by Production I.G., Sanzigen and Ishimori Productions, was released on October 27, 2012. Kenji Kamiyama was the director and writer. Kenji Kawai, who worked before with Kamiyama on Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit and Eden of the East, composed the music. The film was released in Japan on October 27, 2012. It also opened simultaneously in more than five Asian regions, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and South Korea.[8] A manga adaptation by Gatou Asou, character designer for Moribito
Moribito
and Occult Academy, was serialized in Square Enix's Monthly Big Gangan.[9] The UK anime distributor Anime Limited announced that they acquired the movie and produced an English dub at NYAV Post.[10] Madman Entertainment also has rights to release the film in Australia and New Zealand.[11] At Anime Expo
Anime Expo
2013, Funimation
Funimation
had announced that they acquired the film for North America.[12] The English voice cast was announced on April 16, 2015.[13] Cast[edit]

009: Mamoru Miyano/Jason Griffith 001: Sakiko Tamagawa/Stephanie Sheh 002: Daisuke Ono/Marc Diraison 003: Chiwa Saito/Erin Fitzgerald 004: Toru Ohkawa/Dave B. Mitchell 005: Teruyuki Tanzawa/Patrick Seitz 006: Tarou Masuoka/Michael Sorich 007: Hiroyuki Yoshino/John White 008: Noriaki Sugiyama/Marcus Griffin Professor Gilmore: Nobuyuki Katsube/George C. Cole

2016 film trilogy (Cyborg 009: Call of Justice)[edit] A 2016 3D film, produced by Production I.G. and animated by OLM Digital and Signal MD and distributed by Toho, was released on November 25, 2016. The movie itself was divided into three parts, with Part 2 being released December 2, 2016 and Part 3 on December 9, 2016. Kenji Kamiyama was chief director of the project, and Kokai Kakimoto directed the film.[14] Netflix
Netflix
acquired digital distribution rights to the movie, where the movie was shown first on Netflix
Netflix
Japan in Spring 2016, with other territories following later.[15] The films, edited down into 12 episodes, were released worldwide on Netflix
Netflix
on February 10, 2017.[16] Cast[edit]

009: Keisuke Koumoto/Kyle McCarley 001: Misato Fukuen/Erica Mendez 002: Takuya Satō/Robbie Daymond 003: Risa Taneda/Cristina Vee 004: Satoshi Hino/Ray Chase 005: Kenji Nomura/Chris Tergliafera 006: Mitsuaki Madono 007: Setsuji Satō/Ben Diskin 008: Haruki Ishiya/Zeno Robinson Katarina Canetti: Yui Makino/Cherami Leigh Emperor: Kazuhiko Inoue/Patrick Seitz

Television series[edit] 1968 series[edit] An Anime adaptation was released on April 5, 1968 on NET and ended on September 27, 1968 with a total of 26 episodes. Directed by Yugo Serikawa, Takeshi Tamiya, Tomoharu Katsumata, Toshio Katsuda, Taiji Yabushita, Ryōzō Tanaka, Yoshikata Nitta, Kazuya Miyazaki, Fusahiro Nagaki, Minoru Okazaki, Yoshio Takami The opening theme song for the anime series was サイボーグ009 (Cyborg 009) (Lyrics: Masahisa Urushibara, Composer, Arrangement: Taichirō Kosugi, Vocals: Tokyo Meister Singer. the ending theme was End the Battle (戦いおわって, Tatakai Owatte) (Lyrics: Shotaro Ishinomori, Composer, Arrangement: Taichirō Kosugi, Singer: Vocal Shop) Cast[edit]

009: Katsuji Mori (as Setsuya Tanaka) 001: Fuyumi Shiraishi 002: Ryō Ishihara 003: Hiroko Suzuki 004: Hiroshi Ōtake/Kenji Utsumi 005: Hiroshi Masuoka 006: Ichirō Nagai 007: Machiko Soga 008: Keiichi Noda Professor Gilmore: Jōji Yanami

DVD Box[edit] The "サイボーグ009 モノクロ DVD BOX" was released in January 2006 from Buena Vista Home Entertainment. The low-priced edition "サイボーグ009 1968 DVD-COLLECTION" was released in July 2009 from TOEI COMPANY,LTD. 1979–1980 series[edit] Another anime for Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
was released on March 6, 1979 on TV Asahi and ended on March 25, 1980 with a total of 50 episodes. The opening theme song for the anime was For Whose Sake (誰がために, Taga tame ni). The lyrics were by Shotaro Ishinomori, the composer was Masaaki Harao, the arrangement was done by Koichi Sugiyama
Koichi Sugiyama
and vocals were provided by Ken Narita and Koorogi '73); the ending theme was Someday (いつの日か, Itsu no Hi ka). The lyrics were by Saburō Yatsude while the composer was Masaaki Harao, the arrangement was done by Koichi Sugiyama
Koichi Sugiyama
and vocals were provided by Koorogi '73. Cast[edit]

009: Kazuhiko Inoue 001: Sachiko Chijimatsu 002: Keiichi Noda 003: Kazuko Sugiyama 004: Keaton Yamada 005: Banjō Ginga (as Takashi Tanaka) 006: Sanji Hase 007: Kaneta Kimotsuki 008: Kōji Totani Professor Gilmore: Kōsei Tomita Brahma: Toshio Furukawa Vishnu: Takashi Tanaka Shiva: Kōji Totani Gandal: Kōji Nakata Odin: Ichirō Nagai/ Shigezō Sasaoka (Neo Black Ghost Arc) Loki: Isamu Tanonaka Thor: Hidekatsu Shibata Freya: Rihoko Yoshida Narrator: Keiichi Noda

2001–2002 series[edit] A third television series, entitled Cyborg 009: The Cyborg Soldier was broadcast on TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo
from October 14, 2001 to October 13, 2002 on Sundays at 18:30. It spanned a total of fifty-one episodes. The Opening theme song for the third anime television series was "What's the Justice?" by Globe. The First ending theme was "Genesis of Next" by Globe followed by "Starting from Here" by Globe and later was replaced with "I Do" by Fayray. Cast[edit]

009: Takahiro Sakurai/Joshua Seth, David Umansky (episodes 5 and 9) 009 as a child: Takako Honda/Joshua Seth 001: Kana Ueda/Bob Marx 002: Showtaro Morikubo/Sparky Allen 003: Satsuki Yukino/Midge Mayes 004: Nobuo Tobita/Jim Taggert 005: Akio Ōtsuka/John Daniels (role mistakenly credited for David Umansky) 006: Chafurin/Steve Kramer 007: Yūichi Nagashima/Michael Sorich 008: Mitsuo Iwata/Mario Professor Gilmore: Mugihito/Simon Prescott Skull: Norio Wakamoto/Richard Epcar Professor Kozumi: Junpei Takiguchi/Ray Michaels 0010: Issei Futamata/Joe Ochman Hilda: Akiko Koike/Lia Sargent 0011: Tōru Ōkawa/James Lyon 0012: Sayuri/Melora Harte Mr. Yasu: Kōsuke Okano/Dan Woren 0013: Kentarō Itō/David Lucas Scare: Tetsuo Gotō/Dave Lelyveld Machinegun: Mitsuaki Hoshino/David Umansky Roentgen: Kōichi Nagano/Gil Starberry Dr. Beruku: Aruno Tahara/Dave Lelyveld Zanbaruzu: Fumihiko Tachiki/Jake Martin Recruit: Naoki Yanagi/Bob Marx Cynthia Findoru: Tomoko Kawakami/Julie Maddalena Prof. Findoru: Kazuaki Ito/Jeremy Platt Jean-Paul Arnoul: Nobutoshi Canna/Richard Hayworth Natalie: Sachiko Kojima/Deanna Morris Sophie/Rosa: Yōko Sōmi/ Lia Sargent (Sophie), Jane Alan (Rosa) Unbaba: Shōzō Iizuka Kabore: Wataru Takagi/David Rasner Mamado: Ryōtarō Okiayu/David Rasner Freje: Minoru Inaba/David Lucas Yang: Mitsuru Ogata/Jeff Nimoy Gustav: Tetsuo Kanao/Jeremy Platt Mrs. Tsuyama: Tomie Kataoka/Sonja S. Fox Cathy: Kaori Saiki/Melora Harte Jimmy: Yoshiko Kamei/Barbara Goodson Dr. Ross: Masaru Ikeda/Jeremy Platt Dr. Kiley: Yasunori Masutani/Terry Roberts Apollo: Akira Ishida/Richard Hayworth Artemis: Minami Takayama/Lia Sargent Minotaur: Tomoya Kawai/John Smallberries Achilles: Hiroshi Yanaka/David Umansky Hera/Pan: Yū Sugimoto/Sonja S. Fox (Hera) Atlas: Kiyoyuki Yanada Nereus: Tomoya Kawai Poseidon: Kiyoyuki Yanada/Ray Michaels Professor Gaia: Ikuya Sawaki/David Umansky Pal: Yūki Tokiwa/David Umansky Blue Beast: Masane Tsukayama/Abe Lasser Carl Eckermann: Shinichiro Miki/Steve Areno Dr. Eckermann: Takkō Ishimori/Abe Lasser Hachiro Marukaku: Nobuyuki Kobushi/Richard Hayworth Dr. Shishigashira: Daisuke Egawa Dr. Mamushi: Sukekiyo Kameyama/Tom Charles Dr. Kong: Tomoya Kawai/John Smallberries Dr. Dracula: Tomohisa Asō/David Conrad Dr. Alligator: Sōsuke Komori/Jake Martin Dr. Herschel: Masaaki Tsukada/Anthony Mozdy Princess Ixquic: Sumi Shimamoto/Wendee Lee Alice: Natsuki Yamashita/Reba West Lina: Mie Sonozaki/Cindy Robinson Cain: Toshiyuki Morikawa/David Umansky Mai: Romi Park/Sonja S. Fox Phil: Mitsuki Saiga/Richard Hayworth Nichol: Tomoya Kawai/Jeff Nimoy Dr. Gamo Whisky/Asimov: Seizō Katō/Anthony Mozdy Erica Whisky: Hikari Yono Professor Isono: Naomi Kusumi/Abe Lasser Shinichi Ibaraki: Isshin Chiba/David Umansky Shinichi as a child: Akiko Koike/David Umansky Masaru Oyamada: Nobuyuki Kobushi/Tony Oliver Masaru as a child: Ayako Ito/Tony Oliver Mary Onodera: Takako Honda/Wendee Lee Van Bogoot: Unshō Ishizuka/David Lucas Helen/Vena/Daphne/Aphro/Dinah: Yuki Masuda (all) /Michelle Ruff (Helen), Lia Sargent (Vena), Jane Alan (Daphne), Kay Jensen (Aphro), Julie Ann Taylor (Dinah) Black Ghost (male): Kenji Utsumi/James Lyon Black Ghost (female): Ryoko Kinomiya/Jane Alan Black Ghost (child): Yūshō Uemura/Barbara Goodson Kazu: Yuki Tokiwa/Jane Alan Kazu's sister: Risa Shimizu/Wendee Lee

Original video animation[edit] A three-part original video animation crossover with Go Nagai's Devilman
Devilman
series, titled Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
VS Devilman, received a two-week theatrical release in October 2015. The OVA was directed by Jun Kawagoe.[17][18] Netflix
Netflix
released the OVA internationally in 20 languages on April 1, 2016, including an English dub.[19] Cast[edit]

009: Jun Fukuyama[20]/Johnny Yong Bosch[19] 001: Haruka Shiraishi[20]/Christine Marie Cabanos[19] 002: Tomoaki Maeno[20]/Spike Spencer[19] 003: M.A.O[20]/Stephanie Sheh[19] 004: Hiroki Tōchi[20]/Michael Sinterniklaas[19] 005: Tsuyoshi Koyama[20]/Keith Silverstein[19] 006: Yū Mizushima[20]/Joey Lotsko[19] 007: Hozumi Gōda[20]/Tony Azzolino[19] 008: Ayumu Okamura[20]/Steve Staley[19] Apollo: Akira Ishida[20]/Fred McDougal[19] Helena: Yōko Honna[20]/Christine Marie Cabanos[19] Dr. Isaac Gilmore: Shigeru Ushiyama[20]/Dave Mallow[19]

Radio dramas[edit] 1979 radio drama[edit] A radio drama was produced for NBS's Kirin Radio Theater from January 29 to February 23, 1979. Cast[edit]

009: Akira Kamiya 001: Sachiko Chijimatsu 002: Kazuyuki Sogabe 003: Kazuko Sugiyama 004: Shunsuke Shima 005: Ryüsuke Shiomi 006: Masayuki Yuhara 007: Kaneta Kimotsuki 008: Toyokazu Minami Dr. Gilmore: Hitoshi Takagi

2009 radio drama[edit] A second radio drama, entitled Cyborg 009: Birth, was aired in two parts on September 21 and 28, 2009. Cast[edit]

009: Takeshi Kusao 001: Katsue Miwa 002: Hideyuki Hori 003: Machiko Toyoshima 004: Nobutoshi Canna 005: Ryūzaburō Ōtomo 006: Kōzō Shioya 007: Keiichi Nanba 008: Toshio Furukawa Dr. Gilmore: Takeshi Aono Black Ghost Boss: Hidekatsu Shibata Scientist A: Tomohisa Asō Scientist B: Naoki Imamura Underling: Ryōhei Nakao Narration: Keiichi Noda

Part 1

Gamo Whiskey: Hirohiko Kakegawa Erika: Kyoko Terase Dancer: Isao Teramoto Hilda: Akiko Sekina Slave Trader: Keiichirō Yamamoto Boy: Kohta Nemoto Jailer: Masaru Suzuki

Part 2

Scientist C: Yasuhiko Tokuyama Crewman A: Masaru Suzuki Crewman B: Kohta Nemoto Crewman C: Keiichirō Yamamoto Robot: Isao Teramoto

Video games[edit] Three video games based on the series were released only in Japan. One of them was an action platformer released for the Super Famicom
Super Famicom
by BEC in 1994, in which each level one of the eight adult cyborgs (001 is not playable) is selected as the leader of a strike force for a particular mission and the player is allowed to choose two others to accompany them. The other game (released by Telenet Japan's subsidiary Riot) in 1993 was for the Mega CD
Mega CD
and is also a side scroller. In 2002, Simple Characters 2000 Series Vol. 15: Cyborg 009: The Block Kuzushi was released for the PlayStation
PlayStation
by Bandai. International releases[edit]

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The 1979 version aired in Italy in 1982 and became popular with Italian viewers.[citation needed] The 2001 version aired on MBC 3 several times starting from 2005 and became extremely popular with Arab
Arab
viewers.[citation needed] North American releases[edit] The 1967 movie was aired in Mexico, and years later, the 2001 Television series aired on Toonami
Toonami
in 2003, and was later replayed on Cadena Tres in 2007, and was quite popular with Mexican viewers.[citation needed] The 1979 series was broadcast with English subtitles on Japanese-language television in Hawaii, California, and the New York City area. The English subtitles were produced by San Francisco-based, Fuji Television, which did not broadcast the series as part of its Japanese programming on KEMO-TV. The 1980 film was released stateside in 1988 by Celebrity Home Entertainment as Defenders of the Vortex with an edited version of an English dub that was commissioned through the Tokyo, Japan-based Frontier Enterprises. It later received an unedited direct-to-video English release in 1995 by Best Film and Video Corporation with the full version of the same dub. The 2001 TV series was licensed by Avex Inc. (the North American branch of Avex Mode, the 2001 series' original distributor in Japan) and dubbed into English by Animaze and ZRO Limit Productions. The entire series was dubbed, with the first 26 episodes shown on the Toonami
Toonami
programming block on Cartoon Network, while episodes 27 to 47 were shown in a late-night block before the show was dropped from the lineup. The first 8 episodes are currently available on DVD from Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment in both an uncut bilingual and a dub-only "cut" broadcast version, though as of 2017, none of the other episodes have become available on home video. Japanese and Hong Kong releases remain the only way to see the entire series on DVD, while Madman Entertainment released the first 26 dubbed episodes to DVD in Australia. Discotek Media announced during their Otakon
Otakon
2017 panel that they have licensed the 2001 series.[21] The 2012 movie is licensed by FUNimation Entertainment
FUNimation Entertainment
(North America), Anime Limited (UK), and Madman Entertainment (Australia/New Zealand), with an English dub produced by NYAV Post, and a theatrical release in all three territories.[13] Legacy[edit]

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Joe/009 makes an appearance in Chapter 36 of the Skull Man
Skull Man
manga, in a chance meeting with Ryuusei Chisato, the Skull Man. Both discuss the nature of evil and humanity over coffee, and meet again by chance when the Skull Man
Skull Man
stops a dirty deal by politicians going on at the docks. The 2007 Skull Man
Skull Man
anime was set up as a prequel of Cyborg 009, with many of the events in the series finale setting up Cyborg 009. The 1997 anime King of Braves GaoGaiGar, the character Soldato J is a tribute to Jet Link/002, sharing his love of flight, acceleration mode, and characteristic nose.[original research?] J's number in the Corps to which he belongs is 002, further reinforcing this link.[original research?] Shotaro Ishinomori
Shotaro Ishinomori
later created Himitsu Sentai Goranger and J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai, the latter series being especially similar to Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
in terms of characters and premise. The Mega Man
Mega Man
video game character Proto Man is also visually inspired by Cyborg 009.[citation needed] References[edit]

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Funimation
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Netflix
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Cyborg 009
Call of Justice" 3DCG Theatrical Films". Crunchyroll. Retrieved 27 December 2016.  ^ " Netflix
Netflix
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Devilman
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Cyborg 009
vs. Devilman Anime in 190 Countries, 20 Languages". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2017-03-06.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l " Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
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External links[edit]

Anime and manga portal

Official website (in Japanese) SPTI's Anime & Animation Brochure: Cyborg 009 サイボーグ009 Asahi Shimbun, 15 July 2008 (in Japanese) 009 Re:Cyborg Movie

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Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
by Shotaro Ishinomori

Media Characters 009 Re:Cyborg Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
VS Devilman Cyborg 009: Call of Justice

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Works of Shotaro Ishinomori

009-1 Akumaizer 3 Brother Fist Byclosser Cyborg 009 Daitetsujin 17 Flying Phantom Ship Ganbare!! Robocon Genma Taisen Gilgamesh Himitsu Sentai Gorenger Inazuman J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai Kaiketsu Zubat Kamen Rider Kikaider Miracle Giants Dome-kun Nebula Mask Machine Man Robot Detective Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae Sarutobi Ecchan Skull Man Space Ironmen Kyodyne Voicelugger Toei Fushigi Comedy Series

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Tōei Dōga theatrical features

1950s

Hakujaden (1958) Shōnen Sarutobi Sasuke (1959)

1960s

Saiyūki (1960) Anju to Zushiō Maru (1961) The Adventures of Sinbad the Sailor (1962) Wanpaku Ōji no Orochi Taiji (1963) Wanwan Chūshingura (1963) Gulliver no Uchū Ryokō (1965) Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
(1966) Shōnen Jakku to Mahōtsukai (1967) Cyborg 009: Kaijū Sensō (1967) Hyokkori Hyōtanjima (1967) Andersen Monogatari (1968) Horus, Prince of the Sun (1968) Puss 'n Boots (1969) Flying Phantom Ship
Flying Phantom Ship
(1969)

1970s

Chibikko Remi to Meiken Kapi (1970) Kaitei San-man Mile (1970) Animal Treasure Island
Animal Treasure Island
(1971) Ali Baba to Yonjuppiki no Tōzoku (1971) Nagagutsu Sanjūshi (1972) Maken Liner 0011 Henshin Seyo! (1972) Panda no Daibōken (1973) Kikansha Yaemon: D-goichi no Daibōken (1974) The Little Mermaid (1975) Puss 'n Boots Travels Around the World (1976) Sekai Meisaku Dōwa: Hakuchō no Ōji (1977) Sekai Meisaku Dōwa: Oyayubi-Hime (1978) Taro the Dragon Boy (1979)

1980s

Sekai Meisaku Dōwa: Mori wa Ikite Iru (1980) Toward the Terra
Toward the Terra
(1980) Swan Lake (1981) Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp (1982) Manga
Manga
Aesop Monogatari (1983)

Not including spin-offs of prior animated television productions nor Madhouse-animated features produced by Tōei

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Sunrise

1970s

Hazedon (1972–1973) Zero Tester
Zero Tester
(1973–1974) La Seine no Hoshi
La Seine no Hoshi
(1975) Brave Raideen (1975–1976) Kum-Kum
Kum-Kum
(1975–1976) Chōdenji Robo Combattler V
Chōdenji Robo Combattler V
(1976–1977) Dinosaur Expedition Born Free (1976–1977) Robot Child Beeton (1976–1977) Chōdenji Machine Voltes V
Chōdenji Machine Voltes V
(1977–1978) Invincible Super Man Zambot 3 (1977–1978) Majokko Tickle
Majokko Tickle
(1978–1979) Tōshō Daimos
Tōshō Daimos
(1978–1979) Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3
Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3
(1978–1979) Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
(1979–1980) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
(1979–1980) The Ultraman
The Ultraman
(1979–1980) Scientific Adventure
Adventure
Team Tansar 5 (1979–1980)

1980s

Invincible Robo Trider G7
Invincible Robo Trider G7
(1980–1981) Space Runaway Ideon
Space Runaway Ideon
(1980–1981) Strongest Robo Daiohja (1981–1982) Fang of the Sun Dougram
Fang of the Sun Dougram
(1981–1983) Combat Mecha Xabungle
Combat Mecha Xabungle
(1982–1983) Aura Battler Dunbine
Aura Battler Dunbine
(1983–1984) Armored Trooper Votoms (1983–1984) Ginga Hyōryū Vifam
Ginga Hyōryū Vifam
(1983–1984) Heavy Metal L-Gaim (1984–1985) Giant Gorg
Giant Gorg
(1984) Panzer World Galient
Panzer World Galient
(1984–1985) Choriki Robo Galatt
Choriki Robo Galatt
(1984–1985) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
(1985–1986) Dirty Pair
Dirty Pair
(1985) Blue Comet SPT Layzner
Blue Comet SPT Layzner
(1985–1986) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
ZZ (1986–1987) Metal Armor Dragonar
Metal Armor Dragonar
(1987–1988) City Hunter
City Hunter
(1987–1988) Mister Ajikko (1987–1989) Mashin Hero Wataru
Mashin Hero Wataru
(1988–1989) Ronin Warriors
Ronin Warriors
(1988–1989) City Hunter
City Hunter
2 (1988–1989) Jushin Liger (1989–1990) Madö King Granzört (1989–1990) City Hunter
City Hunter
3 (1989–1990) Patlabor: The TV Series (1989–1990)

1990s

Brave Exkaiser
Brave Exkaiser
(1990–1991) Mashin Hero Wataru
Mashin Hero Wataru
2 (1990–1991) The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird
The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird
(1991–1992) Future GPX Cyber Formula
Future GPX Cyber Formula
(1991) City Hunter
City Hunter
'91 (1991) Armored Police Metal Jack
Armored Police Metal Jack
(1991) Matchless Raijin-Oh (1991–1992) Mama is a 4th Grader (1992) The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn
The Brave Fighter of Legend Da-Garn
(1992–1993) Genki Bakuhatsu Ganbaruger
Genki Bakuhatsu Ganbaruger
(1992–1993) The Brave Express Might Gaine (1993–1994) Nekketsu Saikyō Go-Saurer (1993–1994) Mobile Suit Victory Gundam
Mobile Suit Victory Gundam
(1993–1994) Shippū! Iron Leaguer (1993–1994) Brave Police J-Decker
Brave Police J-Decker
(1994–1995) Haō Taikei Ryū Knight (1994–1995) Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Mobile Fighter G Gundam
(1994–1995) The Brave of Gold Goldran
The Brave of Gold Goldran
(1995–1996) Wild Knights Gulkeeva (1995) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Wing (1995–1996) Brave Command Dagwon (1996–1997) The Vision of Escaflowne
The Vision of Escaflowne
(1996) After War Gundam X
After War Gundam X
(1996) Ganbarist! Shun (1996–1997) Raideen the Superior (1996–1997) The King of Braves GaoGaiGar
King of Braves GaoGaiGar
(1997–1998) Ultra Mashin Hero Wataru
Mashin Hero Wataru
(1997–1998) Outlaw Star
Outlaw Star
(1998) Ginga Hyōryū Vifam
Ginga Hyōryū Vifam
13 (1998) Sentimental Journey (1998) Brain Powerd
Brain Powerd
(1998) DT Eightron (1998) Gasaraki
Gasaraki
(1998–1999) Cowboy Bebop
Cowboy Bebop
(1998–1999) Crest of the Stars
Crest of the Stars
(1999) Space Pirate Mito (1999) Aesop World (1999) Angel Links
Angel Links
(1999) Betterman (1999) Turn A Gundam
Turn A Gundam
(1999–2000) Seraphim Call
Seraphim Call
(1999) The Big O
The Big O
(1999–2000) Infinite Ryvius
Infinite Ryvius
(1999–2000)

2000s

Mighty Cat Masked Niyander (2000–2001) Banner of the Stars
Banner of the Stars
(2000) Dinozaurs: The Series (2000) Brigadoon: Marin & Melan (2000–2001) Argento Soma
Argento Soma
(2000–2001) Gear Fighter Dendoh (2000–2001) Inuyasha
Inuyasha
(2000–2004) Z.O.E. Dolores,i (2001) Banner of the Stars
Banner of the Stars
II (2001) s-CRY-ed (2001) Crush Gear Turbo
Crush Gear Turbo
(2001–2003) Witch Hunter Robin
Witch Hunter Robin
(2002) Overman King Gainer (2002–2003) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED (2002–2003) The Big O
The Big O
II (2003) Machine Robo Rescue
Machine Robo Rescue
(2003–2004) Crush Gear Nitro (2003–2004) Tank Knights Fortress
Tank Knights Fortress
(2003–2004) Planetes
Planetes
(2003–2004) Superior Defender Gundam Force
Superior Defender Gundam Force
(2004) Kaiketsu Zorori (2004–2005) Sgt. Frog
Sgt. Frog
(2004–2011) My-HiME
My-HiME
(2004–2005) Onmyō Taisenki (2004–2005) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Destiny (2004–2005) Yakitate!! Japan
Yakitate!! Japan
(2004–2006) Majime ni Fumajime Kaiketsu Zorori (2005–2007) GaoGaiGar Final -Grand Glorious Gathering- (2005) Cluster Edge
Cluster Edge
(2005–2006) My-Otome (2005–2006) Zegapain
Zegapain
(2006) Gin Tama
Gin Tama
(2006–2010) Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto
Intrigue in the Bakumatsu – Irohanihoheto
(2006–2007) Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2006–2007) Kekkaishi
Kekkaishi
(2006–2008) Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King
(2007–2008) Idolmaster: Xenoglossia (2007) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
00 (2007–2008) Dinosaur King
Dinosaur King
D-Kids Adventure: Pterosaur Legend (2008) Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 (2008) Battle Spirits: Shounen Toppa Bashin (2008–2009) Tales of the Abyss
Tales of the Abyss
(2008–2009) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
00 Second Season (2008–2009) The Girl Who Leapt Through Space (2009) Black God (2009) Battle Spirits: Shounen Gekiha Dan (2009–2010) Inuyasha: The Final Act (2009–2010) Hipira
Hipira
(2009)

2010s

SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors
SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors
(2010–2011) Battle Spirits: Brave (2010–2011) Tiger & Bunny (2011) Gintama' (2011–2012) Sacred Seven
Sacred Seven
(2011) Battle Spirits: Heroes (2011–2012) Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere
Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere
(2011) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
AGE (2011–2012) Phi Brain: Puzzle of God (2011–2014) Daily Lives of High School Boys
Daily Lives of High School Boys
(2012) Natsuiro Kiseki
Natsuiro Kiseki
(2012) Accel World
Accel World
(2012) Good Luck Girl!
Good Luck Girl!
(2012) Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere
Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere
Season 2 (2012) Battle Spirits: Sword Eyes (2012–2013) Gintama': Enchousen (2012–2013) Aikatsu!
Aikatsu!
(2012–2016) Love Live!
Love Live!
(2013–2014) Valvrave the Liberator
Valvrave the Liberator
(2013) Battle Spirits: Saikyou Ginga Ultimate Zero (2013–2014) Gundam Build Fighters
Gundam Build Fighters
(2013–2014) Buddy Complex
Buddy Complex
(2014) KERORO (2014) Mobile Suit Gundam-san
Mobile Suit Gundam-san
(2014) Buddy Complex: The Final Chapter (2014) Tribe Cool Crew
Tribe Cool Crew
(2014–2015) Gundam Reconguista in G
Gundam Reconguista in G
(2014–2015) Gundam Build Fighters
Gundam Build Fighters
Try (2014–2015) Cross Ange: Rondo of Angels and Dragons (2014–2015) Gintama° (2015–2016) Battle Spirits: Burning Souls (2015–2016) Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans (2015–2017) Brave Beats
Brave Beats
(2015–2016) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Unicorn RE:0096 (2016) Battle Spirits: Double Drive (2016–2017) Aikatsu Stars! (2016–2018) Love Live!
Love Live!
Sunshine!! (2016–2017) Heybot! (2016–2017) ClassicaLoid
ClassicaLoid
(2016–present) Magic-kyun Renaissance (2016) Gintama. (2017) Gintama: Porori-hen (2017) Gintama: Shirogane no Tamashii-hen (2018) Gundam Build Divers (2018) Aikatsu Friends! (2018) Isekai Izakaya ~Koto Aitheria no Izakaya Nobu~ (2018)

Films

Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
(1981) Mobile Suit Gundam: Soldiers of Sorrow (1981) Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space (1982) The Ideon: A Contact (1982) The Ideon: Be Invoked (1982) Crusher Joe
Crusher Joe
(1983) Dougram: Documentary of the Fang of the Sun (1983) Choro-Q Dougram (1983) Xabungle Graffiti (1983) Arion (1986) Dirty Pair: Project Eden (1986) Bats & Terry (1987) Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack (1988) Mobile Suit SD Gundam
Mobile Suit SD Gundam
(1988) The Five Star Stories
The Five Star Stories
(1989) City Hunter: .357 Magnum (1989) Mobile Suit SD Gundam's Counterattack (1989) Gunhed (1989) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
F91 (1991) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
0083: The Last Blitz of Zeon (1992) Mobile Suit SD Gundam
Mobile Suit SD Gundam
Festival (1993) Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz - Special
Special
Edition- (1998) Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Miller's Report (1998) Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M
Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M
(1999) Crest of the Stars: SPECIAL (2000) Escaflowne: A Girl in Gaea (2000) Banner of the Stars: SPECIAL (2001) Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (2001) Inuyasha
Inuyasha
the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (2001) Turn A Gundam: Earth Light (2002) Turn A Gundam: Moonlight Butterfly (2002) Crush Gear: Kaizaban's Challenge (2002) Inuyasha
Inuyasha
the Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass (2002) Inuyasha
Inuyasha
the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler (2003) Steamboy
Steamboy
(2004) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Special
Special
Edition: The Empty Battlefield (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Special
Special
Edition: The Far-Away Dawn (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Special
Special
Edition: The Rumbling Sky (2004) Inuyasha
Inuyasha
the Movie: Fire on the Mystic Island (2004) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
A New Translation: Heirs to the Stars (2005) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
A New Translation II: Lovers (2005) Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie
Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie
(2006) Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam
A New Translation III: Love is the Pulse of the Stars (2006) Kaiketsu Zorori: The Battle for the Mysterious Treasure (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Destiny Special
Special
Edition: The Shattered World (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Destiny Special
Special
Edition: Their Respective Swords (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Destiny Special
Special
Edition: Flames of Destiny (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Destiny Special
Special
Edition: The Cost of Freedom (2007) Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie
Keroro Gunsō the Super Movie
2: The Deep Sea Princess (2007) Chibi Kero: Secret of the Kero Ball!? (2007) SOS! Tokyo Metro Explorers: The Next (2007) Keroro Gunso the Super Movie
Keroro Gunso the Super Movie
3: Keroro vs. Keroro Great Sky Duel (2008) Musha Kero: Debut! Sengoku Planet Ran Big Battle!! (2008) Armored Trooper VOTOMS: The Pailsen Files Movie (2009) Keroro Gunso the Super Movie
Keroro Gunso the Super Movie
4: Gekishin Dragon Warriors (2009) Kero 0: Depart! Assembly of Everyone!! (2009) Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island (2010) Chō Denei-ban SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors
SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors
(2010) Gintama: The Movie (2010) King of Thorn
King of Thorn
(2010) Colorful (2010) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
00 the Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer (2010) s-CRY-ed: Alteration TAO (2011) Sacred Seven: Wings of Gingetsu (2012) s-CRY-ed: Alteration QUAN (2012) Tiger & Bunny: The Beginning (2012) Nerawareta Gakuen (2012) Zorori's Big Big Big Big Adventure! (2012) Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya (2013) Short Peace
Short Peace
(2013) Kaiketsu Zorori: Protect It! The Dinosaur Egg (2013) Tiger & Bunny: The Rising (2014) Aikatsu!
Aikatsu!
The Movie (2014) Love Live!
Love Live!
The School Idol Movie (2015) Aikatsu!
Aikatsu!
Music Awards - The Show Where Everyone Gets an Award! (2015) Kaiketsu Zorori: Uchū no Yūsha-tachi (2015) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Thunderbolt: December Sky (2016) Accel World: Infinite Burst (2016) Aikatsu!
Aikatsu!
The Targeted Magical Aikatsu Card (2016) Aikatsu Stars! The Movie (2016) Zegapain
Zegapain
Adaptation (2016) Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (2017–2018) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Thunderbolt: Bandit Flower (2017) Mobile Suit Gundam: Twilight Axis Red Trace (2017) Eiga Kaiketsu Zorori ZZ no Himitsu (2017)

OVAs/ONAs

Shiroi Kiba White Fang Monogatari (1982) VIFAM: News from Kachua (1984) VIFAM: The Gathered 13 (1984) VIFAM: The Missing 12 (1985) VOTOMS: The Last Red Shoulder (1985) VIFAM: Kate's Memory (1985) Dirty Pair: Affair of Nolandia (1985) GALIENT: Chapter of Ground (1986) GALIENT: Chapter of Sky (1986) VOTOMS: Big Battle (1986) GALIENT: Chapter of Iron (1986) LAYZNER: Eiji 1996 (1986) LAYZNER: Le Caine 1999 (1986) LAYZNER: Engraved 2000 (1986) L-GAIM: Pentagona Window + Lady Gablae (1986) L-GAIM: Farewell My Lovely + Pentagona Dolls (1987) Dirty Pair: With Love from the Lovely Angels (1987–1988) Dougram vs. Round-Facer (1987) L-GAIM: Fullmetal Soldier (1987) Dead Heat (1987) Dirty Pair
Dirty Pair
2 (1987–1988) VOTOMS: Roots of Ambition (1988) New Story of Aura Battler Dunbine
Aura Battler Dunbine
(1988) Mobile Suit SD Gundam
Mobile Suit SD Gundam
(1988–1990) Starship Troopers (1988) Armor Hunter Mellowlink (1988–1989) Crusher Joe: The Ice Prison (1989) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
0080: War in the Pocket (1989) Ronin Warriors
Ronin Warriors
Gaiden (1989) Crusher Joe: The Ultimate Weapon: Ash (1989) Wataru Majinzan (1989) Ronin Warriors: Legend of the Inferno Armor (1989–1990) Dirty Pair: Flight 005 Conspiracy (1990) SD Gundam Gaiden (1990–1991) Obatarian
Obatarian
(1990) City Hunter: Bay City Wars (1990) City Hunter: Million Dollar Conspiracy (1990) GRANZORT: The Final Magical Battle (1990) GRANZORT: Non-Stop Rabi (1990) Patlabor: The New Files (1990–1992) Mobile Suit SD Gundam
Mobile Suit SD Gundam
Scramble (1991) Ronin Warriors
Ronin Warriors
MESSAGE (1991) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
0083: Stardust Memory (1991–1992) GRANZORT: The Mado Stone (1992) Raijin-Oh FINAL (1992–1993) Future GPX Cyber Formula
Future GPX Cyber Formula
11 (1992–1993) Mashin Hero Wataru: The Endless Story (1993–1994) Dirty Pair
Dirty Pair
Flash (1994–1996) VOTOMS: Shining Heresy (1994) Future GPX Cyber Formula
Future GPX Cyber Formula
ZERO (1994–1995) Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend (1994–1995) Iron Leaguer: Under of The Banner of Silver Light (1994–1995) Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend II (1995–1996) City Hunter: The Secret Service (1996) Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team (1996–1999) The Silent Service (1996–1998) Future GPX Cyber Formula
Future GPX Cyber Formula
EARLY DAYS RENEWAL (1996) Gundam Wing: Operation Meteor (1996) Ryū Knight: Adeu's Legend Final - Onsen Dungeon no Kettō (1996) Future GPX Cyber Formula
Future GPX Cyber Formula
SAGA (1996–1997) Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (1997) City Hunter: Good-Bye My Sweetheart (1997) DAGWON: The Boy with Crystal Eyes (1997) Gundam: Mission to the Rise (1998) Dinozone (1998–2000) Future GPX Cyber Formula
Future GPX Cyber Formula
SIN (1998–2000) Z-Mind (1999) City Hunter: Death of the Vicious Criminal Ryo Saeba (1999) The King of Braves GaoGaiGar
King of Braves GaoGaiGar
Final (2000–2003) Passage of the Stars - Birth (2000) G-Saviour
G-Saviour
(2000) Zone of the Enders: 2167 Idolo (2001) Afro-Dog (2001) Kanzen Shouri Daiteioh (2001) Gundam Evolve (2001–2007) Argento Soma: Alone and by myself (2002) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Astray (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED AFTER PHASE (2004) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
MS IGLOO: The Hidden One Year War (2004) Hotori: Tada Saiwai wo Koinegau (2005) Banner of the Stars
Banner of the Stars
III (2005) Gin Tama
Gin Tama
(2005–2016) The Wings of Rean (2005–2006) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED Destiny: FINAL PLUS (2005) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
MS IGLOO: Apocalypse 0079 (2006) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
SEED C.E. 73: Stargazer (2006) Cluster Edge
Cluster Edge
Specials (2006) My-Otome Zwei (2006–2007) Freedom Project
Freedom Project
(2006–2008) Armored Trooper Votoms: Pailsen Files (2007–2008) Code Geass: Black Rebellion (2008) My-Otome 0: S.ifr (2008) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
MS IGLOO: The Gravity Front (2008–2009) Urusei Yatsura: The Obstacle Course Swim Meet (2008) Code Geass: Zero Requiem (2009) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
00 Special
Special
Edition (2009–2010) Black God: Tiger and Wings (2009) My-HiME: The Black Dance/The Last Supper (2010) My-Otome: The Holy Maiden's Prayer (2010) VOTOMS: Phantom Chapter (2010) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Unicorn (2010–2014) Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G
Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G
(2010) VOTOMS: Case;Irvine (2010) Votoms Finder (2010) VOTOMS: Alone Again (2011) Coicent (2011) Five Numbers! (2011) Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland (2012) Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (2012–2016) Accel World
Accel World
(2012–2013) Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team: Battle in Three Dimensions (2013) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
AGE: Memory of Eden (2013) Love Live!
Love Live!
(2013) Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin (2015–2016) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Thunderbolt (2015–2017) Gundam Build Fighters
Gundam Build Fighters
Try: Island Wars (2016) Dream Festival! (2016) Mobile Suit Gundam: Twilight Axis (2017) Gundam Build Fighters: Battlogue (2017) Dream Festival! R (2017) Gundam Build Fighters: GM's Counterattack (2017) Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
The Origin: Loum Arc (2017–2018) Gundam Build Divers: Prologue (2018)

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Bandai
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Bandai
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Television series

1995–2005

Juuni Senshi Bakuretsu Eto Ranger (1995-1996) Dotto! Koni-chan (2000-2001) Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden (2001-2002) Cyborg 009: The Cyborg Soldier (2001) G-On Riders (2002) Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful (2002-2003) Popotan
Popotan
(2003) Mahoromatic: Summer, Special
Special
(2003) This Ugly yet Beautiful World (2004) Tsukuyomi: Moon Phase (2004-2005) He Is My Master
He Is My Master
(2005) Pani Poni
Pani Poni
Dash! (2005)

2006–2010

Rec (2006) Negima!?
Negima!?
(2006-2007) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
(2007) Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
(2007) Ef: A Tale of Memories. (2007) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
Special
Special
(2007) (Zoku) Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
(2008) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
× 365 (2008) Ef: A Tale of Melodies. (2008) Maria Holic
Maria Holic
(2009) Natsu no Arashi!
Natsu no Arashi!
(2009) Monogatari Series First Season (2009-2012) (Zan) Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
(2009) Natsu no Arashi!
Natsu no Arashi!
Akinai-chū (2009) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
× 365 Special
Special
(2009) Mahoromatic: I'm Home, Special
Special
(2009) Dance in the Vampire Bund
Dance in the Vampire Bund
(2010) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
× Hoshimittsu (2010) Arakawa Under the Bridge
Arakawa Under the Bridge
(2010) Arakawa Under the Bridge
Arakawa Under the Bridge
x Bridge (2010) And Yet the Town Moves
And Yet the Town Moves
(2010) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
× Hoshimittsu Special
Special
(2010)

2011–2015

Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
(2011) Maria Holic: Alive (2011) Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl
Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl
(2011) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
× SP (2011) Hidamari Sketch
Hidamari Sketch
× Honeycomb (2012) Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
Sasami-san@Ganbaranai
(2013) Monogatari Series Second Season (2013-2014) Nisekoi
Nisekoi
(2014) Mekakucity Actors (2014) Monogatari Series Final Season (2014-present) Gourmet Girl Graffiti (2015) Nisekoi: (2015)

2016–present

March Comes in Like a Lion
March Comes in Like a Lion
(2016-2018) Fate/Extra Last Encore (2018)

Films

Kino's Journey: Country of Illness -For You- (2007) Mahō Sensei Negima! Anime Final (2011) Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
the Movie: Beginnings (2012) Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
the Movie: Eternal (2012) Puella Magi Madoka Magica
Puella Magi Madoka Magica
the Movie: Rebellion (2013) Kizumonogatari Part 1: Tekketsu (2016) Kizumonogatari Part 2: Nekketsu (2016) Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu (2017) Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? (2017)

OVA

Sakura Diaries (1997) Arcade Gamer Fubuki (2002-2003) G-On Riders (2003) Rec (2006) Pani Poni
Pani Poni
Dash! (2009) Mahō Sensei Negima!: Spring (2006) Mahō Sensei Negima!: Summer (2006) (Goku) Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
(2008-2009) Mahō Sensei Negima!: Shiroki Tsubasa Ala Alba (2008-2009) (Zan) Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei
Bangaichi (2009-2010) Mahō Sensei Negima!: Mō Hitotsu no Sekai (2009-2010) Katte ni Kaizō
Katte ni Kaizō
(2011) Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl
Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl
(2012) Hidamari Sketch: Sae & Hiro's Graduation Arc (2013) Magical Suite Prism Nana (2015) Zaregoto (2016-2017)

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Brain's Base

2000s

Daigunder Cyborg 009: The Cyborg Soldier Pluster World Kamichu! Gunparade Orchestra Innocent Venus Kishin Taisen Gigantic Formula Baccano! Kure-nai Natsume Yūjin-chō Zoku Natsume Yūjin-chō Akikan! Spice and Wolf
Spice and Wolf
II

2010s

Durarara!! Princess Jellyfish Dororon Enma-kun
Dororon Enma-kun
Meeramera Kamisama Dolls Penguindrum Natsume Yūjin-chō San Natsume Yūjin-chō Shi Sengoku Collection My Little Monster Ixion Saga DT Amnesia My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Blood Lad Brothers Conflict D-Frag! The Kawai Complex Guide to Manors and Hostel Behavior Kamigami no Asobi One Week Friends Rin-ne Aoharu x Machinegun Dance with Devils Endride Cheer Boys!! Servamp Kiss Him, Not Me Anonymous Noise School Babysitters

OVAs

Shin Getter Robo Armageddon Shin Getter Robo vs Neo Getter Robo Mazinkaiser Mazinkaiser
Mazinkaiser
vs. the Great General of Darkness New Getter Robo Super Robot Wars Original Generation: The Animation Demon Prince Enma Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Next Season Denpa teki na Kanojo Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU Assassination Classroom Natsume Yūjin-chō: Nyanko-sensei to Hajimete no Otsukai Natsume Yūjin-chō: Itsuka Yuki no Hi ni Chō Jikū Robo Meguru

Films

The Boy Who Saw the Wind Hotarubi no Mori e Dance with Devils: Fortuna

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Works by Oriental Light and Magic

Television series

Wedding Peach
Wedding Peach
(1995–1996) Mojacko
Mojacko
(1995–1997) Pokémon
Pokémon
(1997–present) Berserk (1997–1998) Adventures of Mini-Goddess (1998–1999) To Heart
To Heart
(1999) Steel Angel Kurumi
Steel Angel Kurumi
(1999–2000) Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (2000) Comic Party
Comic Party
(2001) Steel Angel Kurumi
Steel Angel Kurumi
2 (2001) Figure 17
Figure 17
(2001–2002) Kasumin (2001–2003) Piano: The Melody of a Young Girl's Heart (2002–2003) Croket!
Croket!
(2003–2005) Godannar
Godannar
(2003–2004) Full-Blast Science Adventure
Adventure
– So That's How It Is (2003–2004) Monkey Turn
Monkey Turn
(2004) Monkey Turn
Monkey Turn
V (2004) Agatha Christie's Great Detectives Poirot and Marple (2004–2005) To Heart: Remember My Memories (2004) Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor (2005–2006) To Heart
To Heart
2 (2005–2006) Utawarerumono
Utawarerumono
(2006) Makai Senki Disgaea
Makai Senki Disgaea
(2006) Ray the Animation
Ray the Animation
(2006) Pokémon: The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon
Pokémon
(2006) Pokémon
Pokémon
Chronicles (2006) Super Robot Wars Original Generation: Divine Wars (2006–2007) Gift: Eternal Rainbow (2006) Deltora Quest (2007–2008) Let's Go! Tamagotchi
Tamagotchi
(2007–2008) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
(2008–2011) Usaru-san (2009) Tamagotchi! (2009–2012) Hana Kappa (2010–present) Little Battlers Experience
Little Battlers Experience
(2011–2012) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
GO (2011–2012) Little Battlers Experience
Little Battlers Experience
W (2012–2013) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
GO: Chrono Stone (2012–2013) Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream (2012–2013) Little Battlers Experience
Little Battlers Experience
Wars (2013) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
GO: Galaxy (2013–2014) Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures
(2013–2015) Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends (2013–2014) Pokémon
Pokémon
Origins (2013) Future Card Buddyfight (2014–2015) Yo-kai Watch
Yo-kai Watch
(2014–2018) GO-GO Tamagotchi! (2014–2015) Dragon Collection (2014–2015) Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle (2014–2015) Omakase! Miracle Cat-dan (2015–2016) Tamagotchi! Tama Tomo Daishū GO! (2015) Future Card Buddyfight 100 (2015–2016) Pikaia! (2015) Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama (2015–present) Future Card Buddyfight Triple D (2016–2017) Age 12: A Little Heart-Pounding (2016) Beyblade Burst
Beyblade Burst
(2016–2017) Cardfight!! Vanguard
Cardfight!! Vanguard
G: NEXT (2016–2017) BanG Dream!
BanG Dream!
(2017) Pikaia!! (2017) Future Card Buddyfight X (2017–2018) Idol x Warrior Miracle Tunes! (2017–2018) Beyblade Burst
Beyblade Burst
Evolution (2017–2018) The Snack World (2017–present) 100% Pascal-sensei
100% Pascal-sensei
(2017) PriPri Chi-chan!! (2017) Atom: The Beginning (2017) Tomica Hyper Rescue Drive Head Kidō Kyūkyū Keisatsu (2017) Cardfight!! Vanguard
Cardfight!! Vanguard
G: Z (2017–2018) Pochitto Hatsumei: Pikachin-Kit (2018–present) Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion the Animation (2018–present) Magic x Warrior Magimajo Pures! (2018-present) Beyblade Burst
Beyblade Burst
Super Z (2018–present) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
Ares no Tenbin (2018–present) Future Card Buddyfight X All Star (2018-present) Yo-kai Watch
Yo-kai Watch
Shadowside (2018–present) Cardfight!! Vanguard
Cardfight!! Vanguard
2018 (2018–present) Zoids Wild
Zoids Wild
(2018–present)

Films

Pokémon: The First Movie (1998) Pokémon: The Movie 2000 (1999) Pokémon
Pokémon
3: The Movie (2000) Pokémon
Pokémon
4Ever (2001) Pokémon
Pokémon
Heroes (2002) Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker (2003) Pokémon: Destiny Deoxys (2004) Blade of the Phantom Master
Blade of the Phantom Master
(2004) Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (2005) Pokémon
Pokémon
Ranger and the Temple of the Sea (2006) Dōbutsu no Mori (2006) Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai (2007) Tamagotchi: The Movie (2007) Pokémon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior (2008) Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe! (2008) Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life (2009) Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva
Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva
(2009) Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions (2010) Inazuma Eleven: Saikyō Gundan Ōga Shūrai (2010) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Black—Victini and Reshiram and White—Victini and Zekrom (2011) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
GO: Kyūkyoku no Kizuna Gurifon (2011) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice (2012) Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven
GO vs. Danbōru Senki W (2012) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Genesect and the Legend Awakened (2013) Eiga Hana Kappa Hana-sake! Pakkaan Cho no Kuni no Daiboken (2013) Inazuma Eleven: Chō Jigen Dream Match (2014) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction (2014) Yo-kai Watch: The Movie (2014) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages (2015) Yo-kai Watch: Enma Daiō to Itsutsu no Monogatari da Nyan! (2015) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel (2016) Rudolf the Black Cat
Rudolf the Black Cat
(2016) Cyborg 009: Call of Justice (2016) Yo-kai Watch: Soratobu Kujira to Double no Sekai no Daibōken da Nyan! (2016) Eiga Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama: Kiseki o Okose ♪ Tepple to Dokidoki Cocotama Kai (2017) Eiga Tamagotchi: Himitsu no Otodoke Daisakusen! (2017) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: I Choose You! (2017) Yo-kai Watch
Yo-kai Watch
Shadowside: Oni-ō no Fukkatsu (2017) Pokémon
Pokémon
the Movie: Everyone's Story (2018) Eiga Drive Head: Tomica Hyper Rescue Kidō Kyūkyū Keisatsu (2018)

OVAs/ONAs

Makeruna! Makendō (1995) Gunsmith Cats
Gunsmith Cats
(1995–1996) Power DoLLS (1996) Wedding Peach
Wedding Peach
DX (1996–1997) Queen Emeraldas
Queen Emeraldas
(1998) High School Aurabuster (1999) Steel Angel Kurumi
Steel Angel Kurumi
Encore (2000) Steel Angel Kurumi
Steel Angel Kurumi
Zero (2001) Early Reins (2003) Gift: Eternal Rainbow (2007) Bee and PuppyCat
Bee and PuppyCat
(2014–present) Kong: King of the Apes (2016–present) Pokémon
Pokémon
Generations (2016) Tomica Hyper Rescue Drive Head Kidō Kyūkyū Keisatsu (2018–presen

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