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J Sky Sports
J Storm, Inc.
J. B. Productions
J.C. Staff 3D Department
J.C. Staff Photography Dept.
J2 Production Committee
JACK ON STUDIO
Jacques Canestrier Video
Jade Dynasty Publications Ltd.
Jam Home Made
Japan Academy Creators College of Manga and Animation
Japan Action Enterprise
Japan Action Enterprises
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Japan Air Self-Defense Force
Japan Animation & Manga College
Japan Art Fund
Japan Association of Music Enterprises
Japan Broadcast Publishing Co., Ltd.
Japan Central Music, Ltd.
Japan Chorus Society
Japan Coast Guard
Japan Computer System Co., Ltd.
Japan Cybercrime Control Center
Japan Defense Agency
Japan Digital Contents
Japan Digital Entertainment, Inc.
Japan Ground Self-Defense Force
Japan Home Video
Japan International Broadcasting
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
Japan Motorcycle Association
Japan Narration Acting Institute
Japan Narration Actor Institute
Japan Narration and Acting School
Japan National Route 12
Japan News Network
Japan Olympic Committee
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
Japan Professional Baseball Players Association
Japan Professional Cyclist Union
Japan Pyrotechnics Association
Japan Racing Association
Japan Science and Technology Agency
Japan Self Defense Forces
Japan Shogi Association
Japan Sports Chanbara Association
Japan Swimming Club Association
Japan Victor Company
Japan VTR Studio
Japan Weekend Anime
Japan Weekend Manga
Japan World Exposition Memorial Association
Japanese Esperanto Institute
Japanese Federation of the Deaf
Japanese Fund for the Promotion of the Cultural Arts
Japanese Meteorological Society
Japonica Polonica Fantastica
Jay Warner Music Group
Jay West Productions
Jay West Studios
JC Staff Art Department
Je Il Animation
JEM Egota Digital Be
JEM Egota Digital Room
Jem Ekoda Digital
JENNI Co., Ltd.
Jetix Latin America
Jetix Play Poland
Jewel Academy Literature Club
Jewelpet Movie Committee
Jiande Yu Ge Dongman
Jiangsu Carloon Film & Animation Media
Jiangsu Nuoya Anime Production Co.
Jigoku Shoujo Project
Jilin Fine Arts Press
Jim Terry Productions
Jindai High School Production Committee
Jinling Art Company
Jinno Office and Kick-Off 80
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha, Ltd.
JKB Daira Inc.
JMSDF 1st Service School
JMSDF 2nd Service School
JN Productions, Inc.
Jōgen no Tsuki Group
John Bonitz Agency / Harry's Niche Talent
John Petersen Music Inc., New York
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure DU Production Committee
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Production Committee
Joong Ang Movie
Jormungand Production Partners
Josai University College of Pharmacy
Josanne B. Lovick Productions
Joshiraku Production Parnters
Jounan Film Center
Joy Tashjian Marketing Group, LLC.
JP co., ltd.
Jpec System co., Ltd.
JR East JApan
JR Media Services
JR West Japan
JSDF Kanagawa Provincial Cooperation Office
JTB Entertainment Academy
Jūgo Shōnen Hyōryūki Production Committee
Jump Comics Selection
JUMP Square Editorial Department
Junior Champ Magazine
Junketsu no Maria Production Committee
JUST CAUSE Productions
Just for Kids Video
Justin Time Post
Juuni Taisen Production Committee
Juurigi Takahara Workshop
JVC Entertainment Company, LTD.
JVC/Japan Victor Company
Jya no Michi wa Hebi Soft
Jyu-Oh-Sei Production Committee
Jyūshin Enbu Hero Tales Production Committee
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Zac and Jacob tackle Kenji Kamiyama's Napping Princess, plus the end of summer anime, new movies, and plenty of your questions! ― ANNCast Episode 306 - Nap Squad Zac and Jacob tackle Kenji Kamiyama's Napping Princess, plus the end of summer anime, new movies, and plenty of your questions! You can listen to the show on our player here, direct-download the MP3 version here, check out the show on Stitc...
Japan has an ocean of stage musicals based on anime, from Naruto to Sailor Moon - why don't they ever get released in the States? Justin considers the angles. ― Bunny asked: Sailor Moon's new musical cast were guests at a state anime convention, but I don't see it getting much further than that. We only have fansubs as a source, but I'd like to support it legally. I was wondering what would it take ...
The producer behind these anime-style action RPGs shares his inspirations as a developer and his ambitions for the simultaneous worldwide release of Code Vein! ― A long-time employee at Bandai Namco Entertainment, Yosuke Tomizawa is best known as the producer for the God Eater franchise. The God Eater games feature co-op multiplayer monster hunting within a story-focused experience. He is currently w...
So besides T&A, what is this season's Classroom of the Elite really about? Gabriella Ekens explores its takes on Nietzsche, Rousseau, and even other anime! ― What's the best way to organize society? How much power should be vested in the general population versus an elite leadership? And how should people be educated as to their best interests and true capabilities? Political philosophers have been m...
DBZ's saga comes to a close as heroes gather from across the universe to defeat Buu once and for all. Sam Leach dives into the conclusion to Toriyama's original epic. ― It's time for the final installment, not just of The Final Chapters, but of DBZ Kai as a whole. Before the recent movies and Dragon Ball Super, this was the definitive climax of Akira Toriyama's work. Appropriately, the Buu saga is ma...
Now that Re:CREATORS has concluded, did it live up to the promise of its premise? This week in anime, we break down where the series soared and where it sank. ― Now that Re:CREATORS has come to an end, did the show live up to the promise of its premise? This week in anime, Nick and Jacob break down where the series soared and where it sank. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the particip...
The screenwriter behind next season's URAHARA offers insights about how anime fandom has changed over the years and how Crunchyroll is perceived within the industry. ― Natsuko Takahashi is a veteran writer in the anime industry, having worked on the screenplay for projects like Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, Moyashimon, and Tokyo Magnitude 8.0. Although she wasn't officially announced as a gu...
Dustin gets wet and wild with the girls of Senran Kagura on the PS4, along with this week's biggest news and other new game releases! ― You may have heard that homebrew developers—hackers, if you're feeling nasty—found a fully emulated version of NES Golf on board every shipping Nintendo Switch. After seemingly endless mystery surrounding why the ROM was there, they eventually discovered how to activ...
This straight-to-Netflix shonen manga adaptation is finally available to own on home release! Rebecca Silverman finds out if it was worth the wait. ― After an initial run on Netflix, the anime adaptation of The Seven Deadly Sins has arrived on Blu Ray and DVD. This season, which covers roughly the first fifteen volumes of Nakaba Suzuki's original manga, is a combination of interesting references to t...
Sentai Filmworks made a big announcement about phasing out DVDs forever - but why? Justin has a few ideas... ― Jake asked: I was reading a recent article that stated Sentai Filmworks was essentially phasing out their DVD releases by 2019 and are primarily going to release Blu-ray only with a few exceptions. I know you have got this question in the past on who buys DVD's Vs. Blu-rays which seems to b...
One of anime's most prolific screenwriters discusses his legacy of work on Eureka Seven, Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, Ghost in the Shell, and what it takes to succeed as a writer in the industry. ― Dai Sato is one of anime's most prolific and accomplished screenwriters. He was the series composer for Eureka Seven and Ergo Proxy, and also wrote individual episodes for numerous series including Cowb...
Many anime revolve around the lives of otaku and other oddballs, but how many actually get their depictions right? Paul Jensen shares his best recommendations. ― The video game-themed comedy Gamers! has drawn a fair amount of attention this season, and not just for its wicked sense of humor. This show seems to have a strength that many anime series try and fail to obtain; it feels like Gamers really ...
Samus is back in this expansive, extensive remake of Game Boy original Metroid II, but can it capture that old Metroid feeling? Dustin suits up to find out... ― There's a lot of bombast to a title like Samus Returns. Not just a nod to the original Metroid II subhead, this is indeed the return of Samus after an interminable hiatus for the Metroid franchise. It's been thirteen years since the last 2D M...
What did this anime about fictional characters confronting their makers have to say about the creative process? This week in anime, we tackle the conclusion of Sota and Altair's story. ― Re:CREATORS is a story about fictional characters meeting the people who created them, but just how far does its metafictional rabbit hole go? This week in anime, Micchy and Steve follow Sota and Altair's tale all th...
To call the end of Danganronpa "shocking" would be an understatement! Jacob Chapman takes on the controversial final chapter in this SPOILER-FREE review. ― Prior to the release of this (second?) conclusion to the main Danganronpa trilogy, series creator Kazutaka Kodaka was emphatic in several interviews that this "new semester" would be completely open to newcomers. While it would bring closure to th...
It may never grab the spotlight like other long-running JRPG series, but the Ys games have a long legacy and a strong pedigree. With a new game on the horizon, here's everything a beginner needs to know. ― At one time a premier role-playing franchise that stood toe-to-toe against the likes of Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, a variety of factors prevented Nihon Falcom's Ys from achieving the mainstrea...