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Di Gi Charat (デ・ジ・キャラット, De Ji Kyaratto) is a Japanese manga and anime series created by Koge-Donbo. The series follows a catgirl named Di Gi Charat "Dejiko" who was adopted as the mascot of Broccoli's retail chain store, Gamers. The original anime series and its original video animations (OVAs) are set in a Gamers store. There are twenty Gamers stores across Japan. Gamers opened a store in the United States in 2001, Anime
Anime
Gamers, that is located in Los Angeles. Several specials, OVAs, and movies have been adapted as prequels, sequels and alternate stories. Trading cards and video games are among the many forms of merchandise released for the series.[1] The original series, movie, and Leave it to Piyoko! were licensed in North America by Synch-Point. The manga series is licensed by several companies. The original series, 4 specials and the Winter Garden special are now licensed by Sentai Filmworks.[2]

Contents

1 Manga 2 Anime

2.1 Specials 2.2 Movie 2.3 Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat 2.4 Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko-pyo! 2.5 Di Gi Charat Nyo! 2.6 Winter Garden 2.7 Relation of each series

3 Characters

3.1 Main characters 3.2 Black Gema-Gema Gang 3.3 Minor characters

4 Music 5 Games 6 Reception 7 References 8 External links

Manga[edit] The characters of Di Gi Charat and her sidekick Gema first appeared in July 1998 in From Gamers, a promotional magazine for the Akihabara store, Gamers. In August of that year, the two appeared in Gema Gema (げまげま, Gema Gema), a four-panel comic-strip in From Gamers drawn by dōjin artist Koge-Donbo. Dejiko
Dejiko
was later adopted as the mascot of Gamers. Broccoli Books in the US published the Di Gi Charat Theater series, which contain a number of Di Gi Charat manga by Koge Donbo and several dōjin artists. The comic strip Gema Gema, which still runs in From Gamers, is republished in these volumes. Broccoli Books have stated that all the manga will be translated and released.[3] However, due to Broccoli closing their offices in the US in 2008, Dejiko's Adventure and Leave it to Piyoko! were left unfinished.

Di Gi Charat Di Gi Charat (デ・ジ・キャラット, De Ji Kyaratto) is a manga serialized in Komi Digi Comics.

Digiko's Champion Cup Digiko's Championship Cup (でじこのチャンピオンカップ, Dejiko
Dejiko
no Chanpion Kappu) is a manga that was serialized in Akita Shoten's Weekly Shōnen Champion
Weekly Shōnen Champion
from April 2001 to August 2002.

Di Gi Charat - It's Dejiko-Nyo Di Gi Charat - It's Dejiko-nyo (デ・ジ・キャラット でじこだにょ, De Ji Kyaratto: Dejiko
Dejiko
Da-nyo) is a manga published by Jive.

Dejiko's Adventure Dejiko's Adventure (でじこ★あどべんちゃー, Dejiko Adobencha) is a manga that was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Dragon Junior.

Dejiko
Dejiko
à la mode Dejiko
Dejiko
à la mode (でじこ☆あらもーど, Dejiko
Dejiko
a ra mōdo) is a manga serialized in the same magazine.

Dejiko's Advice Dejiko's Advice (でじこのススメ, Dejiko
Dejiko
no Susume) is a manga serialized in the same magazine.

Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko!! Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko!! (デ・ジ・キャラット劇場 ぴよこにおまかせっ!!, De Ji Kyaratto Gekijō: Piyoko ni Omakase!!) is a manga serialized in ASCII Media Works's Dengeki Comics.

Di Gi Charat - Piyo Piyo Piyoko-chan Di Gi Charat - Piyo Piyo Piyoko-chan (デ・ジ・キャラット ぴよぴよぴよこちゃん, De Ji Kyaratto Piyo Piyo Piyoko-chan) is a manga published by Jive.

Di Gi Charat - GGBG! Di Gi Charat - GGBG! (デ・ジ・キャラット GGBG!, De Ji Kyaratto: Jī Jī Bī Jī!)) is a manga published by Jive.

Di Gi Charat - GGBG! Refill Di Gi Charat - GGBG! Refill (デ・ジ・キャラット GGBG!おかわり, De Ji Kyaratto: Jī Jī Bī Jī! Okawari) is a manga published by Jive.

Di Gi Charat - Rabian! - Usada's Love Story Di Gi Charat - Rabian! - Usada's Love Story (デ・ジ・キャラット ラ・ビ・アン!-うさだの恋の物語, De Ji Kyaratto: Rabian! - Usada no Koi no Monogatari) is a manga published by Jive.

Di Gi Charat Official Comic Anthology Di Gi Charat Official Comic Anthology (デ・ジ・キャラット公式コミックアンソロジー, De Ji Kyaratto: Kōshiki Komikku Ansorojī) is a manga serialized in ASCII Media Works's Dengeki Comics.

Di Gi Charat Official Comic Anthology Di Gi Charat Official Comic Anthology (デ・ジ・キャラットオフィシャルコミックアンソロジー, De Ji Kyaratto Ofisharu Komikku Ansorojī) is a manga compilation by Broccoli.

Current Di Gi Charat Manga
Manga
released in North America: Broccoli Books Di Gi Charat Theater - Dejiko's Summer Vacation Di Gi Charat Theater - Piyoko is Number One! Di Gi Charat Theater - Dejiko's Adventure Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko! Viz Media

Di Gi Charat Anthology v. 1 - 4

Studio Ironcat

Di Gi Charat series - Di Gi Charat Champion Cup

Comic Di Gi, a bimonthly magazine that is issued by Broccoli, included a Di Gi Charat comic called GemaGema Theater by Koge-Donbo.

Di Gi Charat Volumes

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN

1 August 25, 2000[4] ISBN 978-4840213967

2 October 15, 2000[5] ISBN 978-4840216883

3 November 24, 2000[6] ISBN 978-4840217040

4 March 2003[7] ISBN 978-4840222402

5 June 2003[8] ISBN 978-4840224154

6 October 2003[9] ISBN 978-4840224741

Digiko's Champion Cup volumes

No. Title Japanese release date Japanese ISBN

1 Digiko's Champion Cup Theater Dejiko
Dejiko
no Chanpion Kappu Gekijō (でじこのチャンピオンカップ劇場) September 26, 2002[10] ISBN 978-4253201254

1* Digiko's Champion Cup Theater - Limited Edition Dejiko
Dejiko
no Chanpion Kappu Gekijō - Genteiban (でじこのチャンピオンカップ劇場 限定版) 2002[11] ISBN 978-4938867850

Anime[edit] See also: List of Di Gi Charat episodes An animated Dejiko
Dejiko
and her sidekick Gema first appeared on in a television advertisement for Gamers, set to the store's theme song, Welcome! by Hiroko Kato. The first anime premiered on the Tokyo Broadcasting System on November 29, 1999. Set in a Gamers store in Akihabara, the original series was sixteen episodes long, with each episode running for three minutes. Light-hearted and relatively cheaply animated, the series follows the story of Di Gi Charat (Dejiko), her new sidekick Petit Charat (Puchiko) and Gema, who arrive in Akihabara, Tokyo. Dejiko
Dejiko
dreams of becoming an idol, only to realize that they have no money and nowhere to stay. The manager of a Gamers store takes pity on them, and the series follows their exploits as they work in the shop. The series introduces Dejiko's rival, Rabi-en-Rose, and minor characters Abarenbou, Takeshi, Yoshimi, Takurou and Takurou. All other citizens of Akihabara, including the manager, are drawn as anthropomorphic thumbs, the reason being that Akihabara
Akihabara
is one of the largest shopping areas of Earth
Earth
for video games, among other things, and thumbs are most commonly used by people to press buttons while playing video games. The creative team was given free rein over the content of Di Gi Charat,[12] and it is outrageous at times. The anime is directed by Hiroaki Sakurai, animated by Madhouse and produced by BROCCOLI. As 2008 was the 10th anniversary of the series Di Gi Charat, Broccoli Inc. decided to recast the actresses of the main characters of Di Gi Charat. The new actress for Dejiko, Puchiko, and Usada were Satomi Akesaka, Nao Minakami, and Rieka Yazawa respectively. However, as of the 15th Anniversary in 2013, Broccoli Inc. has since reverted to using their original voice actresses and retconned the 10th Anniversary in a comic. [13] Specials[edit] Despite the series' low budget and its status as an advertisement for a games store, sequels for Di Gi Charat, several feature-length Di Gi Charat special episodes and OVAs, followed. Each special was around twenty minutes long. The specials introduce the Black Gema Gema Gang (Black Gema Gema Dan) and Dejiko's rival, Pyocola Analogue III (Piyoko).

Summer Special
Special
2000 Di Gi Charat - Summer Special
Special
2000 (デ・ジ・キャラット サマースペシャル2000, De Ji Kyaratto - Samā Supesharu Nisen) is a four episode series that aired over two days, August 22, 2000 to August 23, 2000.[14] This was the first series that Piyoko appeared in and the plot involves her attempting to hold Dejiko hostage for ransom.

Christmas Special Di Gi Charat - Christmas Special
Special
(デ・ジ・キャラット クリスマススペシャル, De Ji Kyaratto - Kurisumasu Supesharu) is a special that aired on December 16, 2000 and featured Piyoko again attempting to capture Dejiko
Dejiko
by inviting all the characters on a cruise. Piyoko's accomplices Coo, Rik and Ky are introduced.

Ohanami Special Di Gi Charat - Ohanami Special
Special
(デ・ジ・キャラット お花見すぺしゃる, De Ji Kyaratto - Ohanami Supesharu) is a special consisting of four independent episodes with no continuation that aired on April 6, 2001 in Japan.

Natsuyasumi Special Di Gi Charat - Natsuyasumi Special
Special
(デ・ジ・キャラット 夏休みスペシャル, De Ji Kyaratto - Natsuyasumi Supesharu) was another four episode series set in America that aired almost a year after the original series from August 2, 2001 to August 3, 2001. The young American otaku, Rod Young, is introduced in this series.

Tsuyu Special Di Gi Charat - Tsuyu Special
Special
(デ・ジ・キャラット 梅雨スペシャル, De Ji Kyaratto - Tsuyu Supesharu) was a two episode series that aired on August 25, 2001.

Movie[edit] Di Gi Charat - A Trip to the Planet (デ・ジ・キャラット 星の旅, Di Gi Charat - Hoshi no Tabi) is a movie that premiered on December 22, 2001 in Japan. The twenty-minute animation follows the adventures of Dejiko, Piyoko and Gema as they use the spaceship seen in the first episode to travel back to Dejiko's home planet, Planet Di Gi Charat. It was licensed by Synch-Point and announced at Anime Boston 2003 along with Leave it to Piyoko!.[15] Synch-Point planned to include a 13-minute bonus episode called "Kuchi kara Bazooka" ("Rocket From the Mouth Special" or "Upchuck Bazooka") that was also included in the Japanese release, but it was never released.[16] Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat[edit] Main article: Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat A prequel of sorts with its own alternate continuity, Panyo Panyo aired from January 5, 2002 until September 29, 2002. The characters are drawn to look much younger. Princess Dejiko
Dejiko
and Puchiko wish to escape castle life to help people of Planet Di Gi Charat achieve happiness. Pyocola Analogue III and hologram Digi Devil try to stop her. In this series Dejiko, Puchiko and Gema meet friends Meek and Rinna. Panyo Panyo was arranged into five-minute mini episodes in order to make it feel like classic four panel manga. Panyo Panyo did not have the wide open endings which the original series had. Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko-pyo![edit] Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko-pyo! (デ・ジ・キャラット劇場 ぴよこにおまかせぴょ!, De Ji Kyaratto Gekijō - Piyoko ni Omakase-pyo!) is an eight episode OVA that was released in 2003. The OVA is the only show in the series where Dejiko
Dejiko
is not the main character. Instead it focuses on Piyoko, Rik, Ky, Coo, and the rest of the Black Gema Gema Gang as they leave Planet Analogue and make their way to Earth
Earth
to kidnap Dejiko. At Anime
Anime
Boston 2003, Synch-Point announced they have acquired North American distribution rights to the OVA.[15] It was released on two DVDs on November 15, 2005 and March 7, 2006. Miyuki Sawashiro, the voice actor of Puchiko, also dubbed Puchiko in English for the first six episodes. It marked the first time a Japanese voice actor repeated their role in English for an English anime dub.[17] Di Gi Charat Nyo![edit] Main article: Di Gi Charat Nyo! An alternate story to the original series, Nyo!, aired from April 6, 2003 until March 28, 2004. There were two stories for each of the fifty-two twenty-minute episodes. Winter Garden[edit] Winter Garden (ウィンターガーデン, Uintā Gāden) is a two part slice-of-life drama spinoff series. Dejiko
Dejiko
is around 20 years old and Puchiko is now around 15. The characters are ordinary human beings and no longer wear their signature outfits with the cat ears and tails, have "eye-beams" or add "nyo"/"nyu" to the end of their sentences. They have a new and more mature look, and different personalities. This was also the last animated project to feature the original voices of the characters. A promotional video premiered at Anime
Anime
Expo 2006 during the Di Gi Charat panel sponsored by TBS, PONYCANYON and Broccoli. The series first aired on TBS on December 23, 2006 and December 24, 2006 and later on BS-i.[18] Unlike the usual Di Gi Charat anime, it is a romance. The story starts on Christmas with Dejiko
Dejiko
working at a cake shop. She meets a young man named Senba Takuro while going home on Christmas night. Dejiko accidentally drops her cake but Takuro exchanges his for hers, and love starts after several unplanned meetings with each other. Relation of each series[edit]

Name Type Relation Length Year

Di Gi Charat TV Original 16 x 3 mins 1999

Summer 2000 TV Sequel 4 x 20 mins 2000

Christmas TV Sequel 1 x 20 mins 2000

Ohanami TV Sequel 4 x 20 mins 2001

Natsuyasumi TV Sequel 4 x 20 mins 2001

Tsuyu TV Sequel 2 x 20 mins 2001

Di Gi Charat - A Trip to the Planet Movie Sequel 20 mins 2001

Kuchi Kara Bazooka Special OVA? Sequel 10 mins 2001

Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat TV Alternate 48 x 5 mins 2002

Leave it to Piyoko! OVA Sidestory 8 x 20 mins 2003

Di Gi Charat Nyo! TV Alternate 52 x 20 mins 2003

Winter Garden TV Alternate 2 x 20 mins 2006

Characters[edit] Most of the characters of Di Gi Charat originally debuted in the yonkoma Gema Gema, and later appeared in the anime series. Across all of the Di Gi Charat series, each catgirl ends their sentence with a cat sounding suffix, such as Dejiko's Nyo. The four DVDs of the series Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat
Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat
are named after each of the four catgirl's onomatopoeia. Piyoko talks in a similar manner. Main characters[edit] Di Gi Charat (デ・ジ・キャラット, De Ji Kyaratto) / Dejiko (でじこ, Dejiko)

Voiced by: Asami Sanada (1999-2008, 2013-present), Satomi Akesaka (2008) (Japanese); Jessica Gee (English)

Dejiko
Dejiko
is the main protagonist of the series. She is also known as Dejiko
Dejiko
or Chocola (チョコラ, Chokora) but despite this alternate name implying she likes chocolate, she prefers broccoli. Dejiko
Dejiko
has a type A personality and can be aggressive at times.

Dejiko
Dejiko
dresses up as a white catgirl and is the princess of Planet Di Gi Charat. She is ten years old when she comes to Earth
Earth
with hopes of becoming an idol singer. She has green eyes, green hair, and her maid-like uniform consists of a white and navy blue dress with large cat bells tied to her hair with navy blue ribbons. She attacks using her eye-beam weapon.

She has the ability to use her eye-beam weapon called the Me Kara Beam. She ends each sentence that she speaks with nyo.

In an interview with Koge-Donbo, she says that of all her character creations Dejiko
Dejiko
is most like her.[19]

Petit Charat (プチ・キャラット, Puchi Kyaratto) / Puchiko (ぷちこ, Puchiko)

Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro
Miyuki Sawashiro
(1999–2008, 2013-present; Japanese and English in Leave it to Piyoko!), Nao Minakami (2008), Karen Strassman (English)

At the beginning of the story it is explained that Puchiko, also known as Capuccino, is Dejiko's five-year-old sidekick and is a catgirl. Her relationship to Dejiko
Dejiko
is not explained in the original series, but Gema states that she is a princess in the Di Gi Charat Movie and it is seen that she lives with Dejiko
Dejiko
in the castle in Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat. According to Di Gi Charat Complete 2002, Dejiko
Dejiko
saved her by pulling her out of a hole, and so Puchiko followed Dejiko
Dejiko
to thank her. Although in Winter Garden, it said that Puchiko is Dejiko's sister and share the same parents.

Puchiko has a type B personality and is known to be quiet and calm. She has the ability to use an eye-beam similar to Dejiko's but is often too docile to conjure the aggression required to perform such a feat. This has caused many things to come out of her eyes, including sludge, when she attempts to use it.

Puchiko dresses as an orange tabby catgirl and has brown hair and dark brown eyes. She wears a seifuku plus cat bells in her hair, though they are much smaller than Dejiko's. She ends each sentence that she speaks with nyu.

Hikaru Usada (うさだ ヒカル, Usada Hikaru) / Rabi~en~Rose (ラ・ビ・アン・ローズ, Rabi~an~Rōzu)

Voiced by: Kyōko Hikami (1999-2008, 2013-present), Rieka Yazawa (2008) (Japanese); Michelle Ruff (English)

Rabi~en~Rose is Dejiko's rival. Her name was decided following a request for reader submissions,[20] and may be a play on a number of things. "Rabi~en~Rose" may be a play on the common French saying "La Vie en Rose" which means "life in rose-pink". The Japanese expression "spend a life in rose-pink" means to spend a life without any worries. "Rabi" which resembles the English word "rabbit" replaced "La vie" to form a pun to mean "Rabbit in life without worries", which suggests her personality. Her real name is Hikaru Usada, which she hates being called. Her "Usada" surname also is a pun, as the "Usa" part is a shortening of the word "usagi", which means "rabbit" in Japanese. Her name is also meant to resemble the famous Japanese pop singer, Hikaru Utada.

In the original anime, she is seen as a normal girl who uses dice to transform into her bunnygirl outfit: a pink, white and red dress with large white rabbit ears and a large round cotton tail. Her parents left her to live on her own in an attempt to help her become an idol. Rabi~en~Rose does not use a suffix at the end of her sentences and is the only character with kemonomimi animal traits other than Rik. Ky, and Coo in the Di Gi Charat franchise not to do so.

Gema (ゲマ, Gema)

Voiced by: Yoshiko Kamei (Japanese); Stephanie Sheh
Stephanie Sheh
(English)

Gema is explained to be the guardian of Dejiko
Dejiko
and Puchiko. Essentially he is a floating yellow balloon that is always upside-down with very small eyes and mouth. Creator Koge Donbo once joked that Gema was the best character because anyone can draw him. He ends his sentences with gema. He can shoot darts out of bamboo sticks; but they have little effect on anyone.

Black Gema-Gema Gang[edit] Pyocola Analogue III (ピョコラ=アナローグⅢ世, Pyokora Anarōgu San-sei) / Piyoko (ぴよこ, Piyoko)

Voiced by: Megumi Hayashibara (Japanese); Sandy Fox
Sandy Fox
(English)

Piyoko is eight years old. She is the Princess of planet Analogue and leader of the Black Gema Gema Gang. Her parents left her in Rik, Ky, and Coo's care until she is thirteen because they are embarrassed to show their faces when their attempt to take over planet Di Gi Charat failed. She had to flee to earth because she blew up a city and couldn't pay for repairs. Piyoko's dresses similar to that of a nurse's uniform, but in black and white colors like a panda. She ends her sentences with "pyo" (although certain manga publications depict this as a squeak). She has an attack similar to Dejiko's Laser Eye Beam called Upchuck Bazooka (Kuchikara Bazooka in Japanese) which is a beam that comes from her mouth, but whenever she attempts to attack Dejiko
Dejiko
with it, she more often than not gets attacked herself. Note: Piyoko makes a brief cameo in Episode 2 of Cromartie High School
Cromartie High School
as a teenage version of herself.

Rik Heisenberg (リク=ハイゼンベルク, Riku Haizenberuku)

Voiced by: Kōsuke Toriumi (Japanese); Grant George (English)

Rik is 26 years old (28 in the English dub of Leave It To Piyoko!) and the General of the Black Gema Gema Gang. He plays the role of the veterinarian of the doctor trio. He takes pride in his profession and loves animals. As a result, Rik has many animals around him. The animals include Bun Bun and Amaenbou. As the gang considers themselves a "family", Rik considers himself as the "Daddy".

Ky Schweitzer (カイ=シュヴァイツァー, Kai Shuvuaitsuā)

Voiced by: Chihiro Suzuki (Japanese); Michael Sinterniklaas
Michael Sinterniklaas
(English)

Ky is seventeen years old and the Lieutenant General of the Black Gema Gema Gang. He is a dentist and always worries after Piyoko. Ky makes sure that Piyoko practices proper dental hygiene. As the gang considers themselves a "family", Ky considers himself as the "Mommy", even though he is a male. He seems embarrassed by the title.

Coo Erhard (クウ=エアハルト, Kū Eaharuto)

Voiced by: Tomo Saeki (Japanese); Wendee Lee
Wendee Lee
(English)

Coo is thirteen and the Major of the Black Gema Gema Gang. He is the physician of the group. He is Piyoko's childhood friend and is closest to her. Sometimes if food flies through the air he will jump up and catch it in his mouth in a dog-like manner. As the gang considers themselves a "family", Coo is considered the "brother". However, Piyoko thinks she is older than he is, although she is only 8 while he is 13. He treasures a stuffed panda that Piyoko gave to him.

Nazo Gema (謎ゲマ, Nazo Gema) Gema's counterpart in the Black Gema Gema Gang. Like Gema, it is round and floats in the air, but instead of being yellow, it is black. It also has large spooky eyes and red lips.

Black Gema-Gema Danin is worker from analogue planet-di gi charat danin's counterpart. They end their sentences with "Geba".

Minor characters[edit]

Takeshi - Voiced by: Ryo Naito (Japanese); T. Axelrod
T. Axelrod
(English) Yoshimi - Voiced by: Morihisa Mori (Japanese); Liam O'Brien
Liam O'Brien
(English)

The two self-styled "fans of Dejiko". Takeshi is fatter, Yoshimi is taller, and both wear glasses. In the original series, Dejiko interprets Takeshi's name as "bu" and Yoshimi's name as "kimi". Thus, for the remainder of the series, she refers to the pair collectively as Bukimi (meaning 'weird'/'unpleasant smell').

Takurou Minagawa (Minataku for short) - Voiced by: Omi Minami (Japanese); Midge Mayes (English)

A boy who comes into the store to buy trading cards and falls in love with Rabi-en-Rose. Enjoys melonpan. Not related to Kimura, though they share the same first name.

Takurou Kimura (Murataku for short) - Voiced by: Ryotaro Okiayu (Japanese); Ethan Murray (English)

A rich and long-haired man infatuated with Puchiko's cuteness. Not related to Minagawa.

Abarenbou (暴れん坊, Abarenbō) Voiced by: Yūji Ueda
Yūji Ueda
(Japanese); Geoffrey Fontaine (English) - A rowdy creature seemingly made of water. His appearances in the series are always incredibly random and crazy. Rod Young - An excitable American fan of Di Gi Charat. Mister Manager - Voiced by: Kazuya Ichijō (Japanese); Sam Regal (English)

A thoughtful finger-person who runs Gamers and sends Dejiko
Dejiko
on errands.

Hokke Mirin - A cat who is Puchiko's sidekick. It can walk sideways and has five kittens; Sa, Shi, Su, Se, and So. Majin Gappa - A small green creature likened to a kappa, is Rabi-en-Rose's sidekick. Henna Ikimono (変な生き物, Henna Ikimono, lit. "Strange Creature") - A mysterious, tiny, yellow bear. Its face always appears to be angry, crying, depressed and laughing at the same time. It always remains in its box and is always seen as being completely still. On one side of the box, "Please give me a home" is written in Japanese. It can eat things bigger than itself. In Party Night, he ate the Earth.

Music[edit] A great number of Di Gi Charat albums have been released, including soundtracks to the anime as well as collections of original songs sung by the main characters. These albums include drama CDs which expand the Di Gi Charat story. Games[edit] A game titled Di Gi Charat Fantasy
Fantasy
was released for the Dreamcast. It's a visual novel style game, in which the player takes on the role of a boy with a crush on Dejiko
Dejiko
who, along with Dejiko, Puchiko, and Rabi-en-Rose, gets sucked through a dimensional vortex into a fantasy world. The player finds himself alone with Dejiko
Dejiko
in a forest, and she's lost her memory. In this game, players are given a very different view of Dejiko, as the amnesia makes her innocent and shy. This game later was ported to PlayStation 2
PlayStation 2
and was renamed Di Gi Charat Fantasy
Fantasy
Excellent. Since the PS2 version uses DVD-ROM media, it features improved FMV cutscenes and additional VA. The PS2 port came with a Standard release and a "Premium Box" release that contained one extra disc. Di Gi Charat: Digi-communication I & II Digi-communication (でじこミュニケーション, Dejikomyunikēshon) is a game series for the Game Boy Advance. On October 25, 2002, the first game was released by Broccoli, the sequel a year later. The games are based on money management. Choosing one of the three main characters of the anime, the player takes the role as the manager of the store with the objective of running the store on the little money available. The game takes aspects of the anime into its gameplay including character art and an instrumental music score of popular songs from the anime composed by Manabu Namiki for the games. Glove on Fight Dejiko
Dejiko
appeared as a selectable character in the 2D fighting game Glove on Fight
Glove on Fight
for the PC. The game contains several popular mascot characters such as Ecoco and characters from well known visual novels and anime such as To Heart
To Heart
and Tsukihime. This was a fanmade (or doujinshi) game by the circle French-Bread. Dejiko
Dejiko
no Maibura Dreamcast
Dreamcast
game. Dejiko
Dejiko
no Mahjong Party Game Boy Color game. Di Gi Charat Puzzle Game for iOS. Reception[edit] THEM anime gave the original TV series one star out of five and described the characters as cute but with "schizophrenic, sometimes homicidal personalities that just incite cringes from any sane member of the audience"[21] Carl Kimlinger from Anime
Anime
News Network gave Di Gi Charat Nyo's first DVD
DVD
a review in which he describes Dejiko
Dejiko
having a "mercenary personality and butt-scratching manners" with a "frilly-cute exterior".[22] In Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat, Carlo Santos from Anime
Anime
News Network describes Dejiko
Dejiko
having a temper that "adds some spice to her goody-goody nature".[23] In contrast, in the alternate story Winter Garden where she is now twenty, Chris Beveridge from the Fandom Post describes Dejiko
Dejiko
as a "normal young woman".[24] References[edit]

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Anime
News Network. Retrieved 2007-11-21.  ^ "It's Raining Di Gi Charat Scripts". Synch-Point. Archived from the original on 2008-12-01. Retrieved 2007-11-22.  ^ "First Japanese VA on an English Dub". Anime
Anime
News Network. Retrieved 2007-11-21.  ^ "New Digi Charat Series". Anime
Anime
News Network. Retrieved 2007-11-19.  ^ Chris Macdonald (April 10, 2005). "Koge Donbo". Anime
Anime
News Network. Retrieved July 1, 2015.  ^ Koge-Donbo; et al. (2003). Di Gi Charat Theatre - Digiko's Summer Vacation. Broccoli Books. pp. 122, 126, 156. ISBN 1932480072.  ^ " Di Gi Charat TV". www.themanime.org. Retrieved 2015-09-26.  ^ " Di Gi Charat Nyo". Anime
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News Network. 2007-06-12. Retrieved 2015-09-26.  ^ "Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat". Anime
Anime
News Network. 2005-06-23. Retrieved 2015-09-26.  ^ " Di Gi Charat Winter Garden Anime
Anime
DVD
DVD
Review". www.fandompost.com. 2014-03-17. Retrieved 2015-09-26. 

External links[edit]

Official website (in Japanese) Official TBS website (in Japanese) Official Madhouse website (in Japanese) Official Madhouse Movie website (in Japanese) Winter Garden's TBS website (in Japanese) Di Gi Charat (anime) at Anime
Anime
News Network's encyclopedia

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Panyo Panyo Nyo! Dejiko List of Di Gi Charat episodes

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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
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
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 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 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
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
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
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
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
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
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)

Category

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Works by J.C.Staff

TV series

1994–2000

Metal Fighter Miku
Metal Fighter Miku
(1994) Slayers
Slayers
(1995) Slayers
Slayers
Next (1996) Maze (1997) Revolutionary Girl Utena
Revolutionary Girl Utena
(1997) Slayers
Slayers
Try (1997) Virus Buster Serge (1997) Alice SOS (1998) Kare Kano (1998) Sorcerous Stabber Orphen
Sorcerous Stabber Orphen
(1998) Yume de Aetara (1998) Iketeru Futari (1999) Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
(1999) Orphen: The Revenge (1999) Excel Saga
Excel Saga
(1999) Descendants of Darkness
Descendants of Darkness
(2000) Daa! Daa! Daa! (2000)

2001–2005

Mahō Senshi Riui (2001) PaRappa the Rapper (2001) A Little Snow Fairy Sugar
A Little Snow Fairy Sugar
(2001) Azumanga Daioh
Azumanga Daioh
(2002) Ai Yori Aoshi
Ai Yori Aoshi
(2002) Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning (2002) Nanaka 6/17
Nanaka 6/17
(2003) Someday's Dreamers (2003) Gunparade March ~Aratanaru Kougunka~ (2003) Ikki Tousen
Ikki Tousen
(2003) R.O.D the TV
R.O.D the TV
(2003) Shingetsutan Tsukihime
Tsukihime
(2003) Ai Yori Aoshi: Enishi (2003) Maburaho
Maburaho
(2003) Sensei no Ojikan: Doki Doki School Hours (2004) Daphne in the Brilliant Blue
Daphne in the Brilliant Blue
(2004) Bōkyaku no Senritsu (2004) Starship Operators
Starship Operators
(2005) Mahoraba
Mahoraba
~Heartful days~ (2005) Fushigiboshi no Futagohime
Fushigiboshi no Futagohime
(2005) Best Student Council
Best Student Council
(2005) Loveless (2005) Honey and Clover
Honey and Clover
(2005) Oku-sama wa Mahō Shōjo (2005) Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
(2005) Karin (2005)

2006–2010

Yomigaeru Sora – Rescue Wings
Yomigaeru Sora – Rescue Wings
(2006) Fushigiboshi no Futagohime
Fushigiboshi no Futagohime
Gyu! (2006) Honey and Clover
Honey and Clover
II (2006) The Familiar of Zero
The Familiar of Zero
(2006) Ghost Hunt (2006) Living for the Day After Tomorrow
Living for the Day After Tomorrow
(2006) Winter Garden (2006) Nodame Cantabile
Nodame Cantabile
(2007) Sky Girls
Sky Girls
(2007) Potemayo
Potemayo
(2007) The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons (2007) Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
Second (2007) KimiKiss
KimiKiss
(2007) Sky Girls
Sky Girls
TV DVD
DVD
Specials (2007) Shigofumi
Shigofumi
(2008) Nabari no Ou
Nabari no Ou
(2008) Slayers
Slayers
Revolution (2008) The Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses (2008) Toradora!
Toradora!
(2008) A Certain Magical Index
A Certain Magical Index
(2008) Nodame Cantabile: Paris-Hen (2008) Slayers
Slayers
Evolution-R (2009) Hayate the Combat Butler: Second Season (2009) First Love Limited
First Love Limited
(2009) Sweet Blue Flowers
Sweet Blue Flowers
(2009) Taishō Baseball Girls
Taishō Baseball Girls
(2009) A Certain Scientific Railgun
A Certain Scientific Railgun
(2009) Nodame Cantabile: Finale (2010) Maid Sama!
Maid Sama!
(2010) Uragiri wa Boku no Namae o Shitteiru (2010) Ōkami-san
Ōkami-san
to Shichinin no Nakamatachi (2010) Bakuman
Bakuman
(2010) Otome Yōkai Zakuro
Otome Yōkai Zakuro
(2010) Tantei Opera Milky Holmes
Tantei Opera Milky Holmes
(2010) A Certain Magical Index
A Certain Magical Index
II (2010)

2011–2015

Dream Eater Merry (2011) Aria the Scarlet Ammo
Aria the Scarlet Ammo
(2011) Kami-sama no Memo-chō (2011) Twin Angel: Twinkle Paradise (2011) Bakuman. 2 (2011) Kimi to Boku (2011) Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
Final (2011) Tantei Opera Milky Holmes: Act 2 (2012) Kill Me Baby (2012) The Familiar of Zero
The Familiar of Zero
F (2012) Ano Natsu de Matteru (2012) Kimi to Boku 2 (2012) La storia della Arcana Famiglia (2012) Joshiraku
Joshiraku
(2012) Bakuman. 3 (2012) Little Busters!
Little Busters!
(2012) The Pet Girl of Sakurasou
The Pet Girl of Sakurasou
(2012) Dangerous Jii-san Ja (2012) A Certain Scientific Railgun
A Certain Scientific Railgun
S (2013) The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat.
The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat.
(2013) Futari wa Milky Holmes (2013) Golden Time (2013) Little Busters!
Little Busters!
Refrain (2013) Witchcraft Works
Witchcraft Works
(2014) Selector Infected WIXOSS
WIXOSS
(2014) Dai-Shogun - Great Revolution (2014) Magimoji Rurumo
Magimoji Rurumo
(2014) Love Stage!!
Love Stage!!
(2014) Selector Spread WIXOSS
WIXOSS
(2014) Tantei Kageki Milky Holmes TD (2015) Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma (2015) Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
(2015) Shimoneta
Shimoneta
(2015) Prison School
Prison School
(2015) Heavy Object
Heavy Object
(2015)

2016–present

Flying Witch
Flying Witch
(2016) Food Wars!: The Second Plate (2016) The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
(2016) Taboo Tattoo
Taboo Tattoo
(2016) Amanchu!
Amanchu!
(2016) Lostorage Incited WIXOSS
WIXOSS
(2016) Urara Meirocho
Urara Meirocho
(2017) Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club
Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club
(2017) Marginal#4 KISS Kara Tsukuru Big Bang (2017) Schoolgirl Strikers: Animation Channel (2017) Alice & Zouroku (2017) Twin Angel Break (2017) Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Sword Oratoria (2017) Vatican Miracle Examiner
Vatican Miracle Examiner
(2017) UQ Holder!
UQ Holder!
(2017) Food Wars!: The Third Plate (2017) Children of the Whales
Children of the Whales
(2017) The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.
Second Season (2018) Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS
WIXOSS
(2018) Amanchu!
Amanchu!
Advance (2018) Last Period (2018) Angels of Death (2018) High Score Girl
High Score Girl
(2018) A Certain Magical Index
A Certain Magical Index
III (2018) Han-Gyaku-Sei Million Arthur (2018) Planet With
Planet With
(2018) One-Punch Man
One-Punch Man
2 (TBA)

OVAs/ONAs

1980s

Yōtōden (1987) Ultimate Teacher (1988) Cleopatra DC
Cleopatra DC
(1989) Blood Reign: Curse of the Yoma (1989) Fūma no Kojirō
Fūma no Kojirō
(1989) ARIEL Visual (1989) Earthian
Earthian
(1989)

1990s

1+2=Paradise
1+2=Paradise
(1990) Guardian of Darkness
Guardian of Darkness
(1990) ARIEL Deluxe (1991) The Heroic Legend of Arslan
The Heroic Legend of Arslan
(1991) Handsome na Kanojo (1991) Babel II
Babel II
(1992) Ellcia (1992) 8 Man After (1993) Bad Boys (1993) Suikoden Demon Century (1993) New Dominion Tank Police (1993) Konpeki no Kantai
Konpeki no Kantai
(1993) Super Dimension Century Orguss
Super Dimension Century Orguss
02 (1993) Shonan Junai Gumi
Shonan Junai Gumi
(1994) I Shall Never Return (1994) Fish in the Trap (1994) Captain Tsubasa: Holland Youth (1994) Shin Megami Tensei: Tōkyō Mokushiroku (1995) Level C
Level C
(1995) Galaxy Fräulein Yuna: Siren's Sadness (1995) Kodocha (1995) Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
(1996) Battle Arena Toshinden (1996) Maze (1996) Slayers
Slayers
Special
Special
(1996) Garzey's Wing
Garzey's Wing
(1996) Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer
Voltage Fighter Gowcaizer
(1996) Fake (1996) Galaxy Fräulein Yuna: The Abyssal Fairy (1996) Kyokujitsu no Kantai (1997) Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
Starship Girl Yamamoto Yohko
II (1997) Princess Rouge (1997) Voogie's Angel (1997) Detatoko Princess (1997) Yume de Aetara (1998) Slayers
Slayers
Excellent (1998)

2000s

Azumanga Web Daioh (2000) Nekojiru-so (2001) Puni Puni Poemy (2001) Alien Nine
Alien Nine
(2001) Eiken (2003) A Little Snow Fairy Sugar: Summer Special
Special
(2003) Sensei no Ojikan: Doki Doki School Hours (2004) Sky Girls
Sky Girls
(2006) Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
SP (2006) Shigofumi
Shigofumi
(2008) The Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses (2008) Hayate the Combat Butler
Hayate the Combat Butler
(2009) Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
S (2009)

2010s

Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu
Kyō, Koi o Hajimemasu
(2010) Toaru Kagaku no Railgun (2010) Aria the Scarlet Ammo
Aria the Scarlet Ammo
Special
Special
(2011) Toradora!
Toradora!
(2011) Dangerous Jii-san Ja (2012) Tantei Opera Milky Holmes
Tantei Opera Milky Holmes
Alternative (2012) Joshiraku
Joshiraku
(2013) ChocoTan! (2013) Little Busters!
Little Busters!
(2013) Kill Me Baby Super (2013) Little Busters!
Little Busters!
EX (2014) Ano Natsu de Matteru (2014) Love Stage!!
Love Stage!!
(2014) Twin Angel: Kyun Tokimeki Paradise!! (2015) Prison School
Prison School
(2016) UQ Holder!
UQ Holder!
(2017) Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS
WIXOSS
-missing link- (2017)

Films

Wrath of the Ninja (1989) Gude Crest (1990) Darkside Blues (1994) Slayers
Slayers
The Motion Picture (1995) Slayers
Slayers
Return (1996) Slayers
Slayers
Great (1997) Maze Bakunetsu Jikuu: Tenpen Kyoui no Giant (1998) Slayers
Slayers
Gorgeous (1998) Adolescence of Utena
Adolescence of Utena
(1999) Azumanga Daioh: The Very Short Movie (2001) Shakugan no Shana
Shakugan no Shana
(2007) A Certain Magical Index: The Movie – The Miracle of Endymion (2013) Selector Destructed WIXOSS
WIXOSS
(2016) Tantei Opera Milky Holmes
Tantei Opera Milky Holmes
the Movie: Milky Holmes' Counterattack (2016) Kud Wafter
Kud Wafter
(2019)

Video games

Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire
Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire
(1995) Psychic Force
Psychic Force
(1996) Langrisser III
Langrisser III
(1996) Guilty Gear X
Guilty Gear X
(2000) Wild Arms 4
Wild Arms 4
(2005) Shining Force EXA
Shining Force EXA
(2007) Fate/tiger colosseum
Fate/tiger colosseum
(2007) Lux-Pain
Lux-Pain
(2008) Luminous Arc 2
Luminous Arc 2
(2008) A Certain Scientific Railgun
A Certain Scientific Railgun
(2011) Sol Trigger
Sol Trigger
(2012)

Category

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