The Edit List - 2004
- Standalone Complex Episodes 2-5 (Dec 6)
- Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 01 (Nov 10)
- Read or Die OVA (Oct 27)
- Witch Hunter Robin (Sep 15)
- Dragonball GT 32, 33, 34 (Sep 12)
- Dragonball GT 24-26 (Sep 11)
- Dragon Ball GT 27 & 28 (Sep 11)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 62, 63 (Sep 9)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 64, 65 (Sep 9)
- Dragonball GT 38, 39 (Aug 20)
- Dragonball GT 36, 37 (Aug 20)
- Tenchi Universe, International Channel Version (Jun 28)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 59, 60 & 61 (Jun 27)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 57 & 58 (Jun 26)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 07 & 08 (May 30)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 05 & 06 (May 29)
- Yu Yu Hakusho 01-04 (May 27)
- Dragon Ball GT 21-23 (May 21)
- Dragon Ball GT 17-20 (May 21)
- Dragon Ball GT Introduction (May 21)
- The Animatrix (Apr 19)
- International Channel Edit Lists (Apr 5)
- Witch Hunter Robin (Feb 18)
- Heat Guy J 02: War (Feb 18)
- Heat Guy J 01: Guy (Feb 16)
- Heat Guy J: Introduction (Feb 16)
- Tenchi Universe Intl Channel - No Need for Discussion (Jan 15)
- Black Heaven - Introduction (Jan 14)
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