List of science fiction anime

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This is a list of science fiction anime television series, films, OVAs and ONAs.

Year(s) Title Type Director Studio Ref
1963-1966 Astro Boy TV series Osamu Tezuka Mushi Productions
1963–1964 8 Man TV series Haruyuki Kawajima Eiken, TCJ Animation Center [1]
1964–1965 Big X TV series N/A TMS Entertainment [citation needed]
1965–1966 The Amazing 3 TV series Taku Sugiyama Mushi Productions [2]
1980 Be Forever Yamato Film Leiji Matsumoto, Toshio Masuda N/A [citation needed]
1980-1981 Astro Boy TV Series Noburo Ishiguro Tezuka Production
1981–1986 Urusei Yatsura TV series Mamoru Oshii, Kazuo Yamazaki Pierrot, Studio Deen [3][4]
1982 Andromeda Stories TV film Masamitsu Sasaki Toei Animation [5]
1982 Arcadia of My Youth Film Tomoharu Katsumata N/A [6]
1982–1983 Arcadia of My Youth: Endless Orbit SSX TV series Tomoharu Katsumata Toei Animation [7]
1984 Bagi, the Monster of Mighty Nature TV film Osamu Tezuka Tezuka Productions [citation needed]
1984 Birth OVA film Shinya Sadamitsu Idol, Kaname Production [citation needed]
1986 Ai City Film Kōichi Mashimo Toho, Movic, Ashi Productions [8]
1986 Roots Search OVA film Hisashi Sugai N/A [9]
1987 2001 Nights OVA film Yoshio Takeuchi TMS Entertainment [10]
1987 Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei OVA film Mizuho Nishikubo N/A [11]
1988 Akira Film Katsuhiro Otomo Tokyo Movie Shinsha [12]
1988 Appleseed OVA film Kazuyoshi Katayama Gainax [13]
1989 Baoh OVA film Hiroyuki Yokoyama Studio Pierrot [citation needed]
1989 The Enemy's the Pirates! OVA series N/A Madhouse, I.G Tatsunoko, Watanabe Promotion [14]
1989–1990 Gosenzo-sama Banbanzai! OVA series Mamoru Oshii Pierrot [15]
1990 Maroko Film Mamoru Oshii Pierrot [16]
1991 Armored Police Metal Jack TV series Hiroshi Matsuzono Sunrise [17]
1991 Future GPX Cyber Formula TV series Mitsuo Fukuda Sunrise [citation needed]
1992–1994 Ai no Kusabi OVA series Akira Nishimori, Katsuhito Akiyama AIC [citation needed]
1993 8 Man After OVA series N/A J.C.Staff [18]
1993 Big Wars Film Issei Kume, Toshifumi Takizawa Magic Bus [citation needed]
1995 Bio Hunter OVA film Yuzo Sato Madhouse [citation needed]
1996 Apocalypse Zero OVA series Toshihiro Hirano Ashi Productions [citation needed]
1996 B't X TV series Mamoru Hamatsu TMS Entertainment [citation needed]
1996 Birdy the Mighty OVA series Yoshiaki Kawajiri Madhouse [citation needed]
1997 Agent Aika OVA series Katsuhiko Nishijima Studio Fantasia [citation needed]
1997 B't X Neo TV series Mamoru Hamatsu TMS Entertainment [citation needed]
1997–1998 Battle Athletes OVA series Kazuhiro Ozawa AIC [citation needed]
1997–1998 Battle Athletes Victory TV series Katsuhito Akiyama AIC [citation needed]
1998 All Purpose Cultural Cat-Girl Nuku Nuku DASH! OVA series Yoshitaka Fujimoto MOVIC, Starchild Records [citation needed]
1998 Cowboy Bebop TV series Shinichirō Watanabe Sunrise [citation needed]
1998 Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō OVA series Takashi Anno Ajia-do Animation Works [citation needed]
1999–2000 Amazing Nurse Nanako OVA series Hiroshi Negishi Radix, Genco [citation needed]
1999–2000 Infinite Ryvius TV series Gorō Taniguchi Sunrise [citation needed]
1999 Seihō Tenshi Angel Links TV series Yuji Yamaguchi Sunrise, Bandai Visual [19]
1999 Arc the Lad TV series Itsuro Kawasaki Bee Train [citation needed]
2000 A.LI.CE Film Kenichi Maejima N/A [20]
2000 Banner of the Stars TV series Yasuchika Nagaoka Sunrise [citation needed]
2001–2002 Alien Nine OVA series Jiro Fujimoto, Yasuhiro Irie J.C.Staff [citation needed]
2001 Angelic Layer TV series Hiroshi Nishikiori Bones [citation needed]
2001 Banner of the Stars II TV series Yasuchika Nagaoka Sunrise [citation needed]
2002 6 Angels Film Makoto Kobayashi N/A [citation needed]
2003–2004 Astro Boy TV series Kazuya Konaka Tezuka Productions, Sony Pictures Television [citation needed]
2003 Avenger TV series Koichi Mashimo Bee Train, Xebec [citation needed]
2003 Narue no Sekai TV series Hiromitsu Morita Studio Live [citation needed]
2004 Azusa, Otetsudai Shimasu! TV film Hajime Kamegaki TMS [citation needed]
2005 Absolute Boy TV series Tomomi Mochizuki Ajia-do Animation Works, Bandai Visual [citation needed]
2005 Aria the Animation TV series Jun'ichi Satō Hal Film Maker [citation needed]
2005 Astro Boy: Mighty Atom - Visitor of 100,000 Light Years, IGZA Film Naoko Takeuchi Tezuka Productions [21]
2001 Banner of the Stars III OVA series Yasuchika Nagaoka Sunrise [citation needed]
2006 009-1 TV series Naoyuki Konno Ishimori Entertainment [citation needed]
2006 Aria the Natural TV series Jun'ichi Satō Hal Film Maker [citation needed]
2007 Aika R-16: Virgin Mission OVA series Katsuhiko Nishijima Studio Fantasia [citation needed]
2007 Aria the OVA: Arietta OVA film Jun'ichi Satō Hal Film Maker [citation needed]
2008 Amuri in Star Ocean OVA series Yoshitomo Yonetani Studio Hibari CG Team [citation needed]
2008 Aria the Origination TV series Jun'ichi Satō Hal Film Maker [citation needed]
2008 Tetsuwan Birdy: Decode TV series Kazuki Akane A-1 Pictures [citation needed]
2008 Blassreiter TV series Ichiro Itano Gonzo [citation needed]
2009 TO OVA series Fumihiko Sori Avex [citation needed]
2009 Basquash! TV series Shin Itagaki, Eiichi Sato Satelight [citation needed]
2009 Tetsuwan Birdy: Decode Season 2 TV series Kazuki Akane A-1 Pictures [citation needed]
2010 Cat Planet Cuties TV series Youichi Ueda AIC PLUS+ [citation needed]
2011–2012 Appleseed XIII ONA series Takayuki Hamana Production I.G [citation needed]
2011 Appleseed XIII: Tartaros Film Takayuki Hamana Production I.G [citation needed]
2011 Appleseed XIII: Ouranos Film Takayuki Hamana Production I.G [citation needed]
2011 Steins;Gate Visual novel/TV series Hiroshi Hamasaki
Takuya Sato
White Fox [citation needed]
2012 009 RE:CYBORG Film Kenji Kamiyama Production I.G, Sanzigen [citation needed]
2012 AKB0048 TV series Shōji Kawamori, Yoshimasa Hiraike Satelight [citation needed]
2012 Ai no Kusabi 2012 OVA series Katsuhito Akiyama AIC [citation needed]
2012 AKB0048 next stage TV series Shōji Kawamori, Yoshimasa Hiraike Satelight [citation needed]
2013 Arpeggio of Blue Steel TV series Seiji Kishi Sanzigen [22]
2013 Aruvu Rezuru: Kikaijikake no Yōseitachi Film Tatsuya Yoshihara Zexcs [citation needed]
2013 Coppelion TV series Shingo Suzuki GoHands [23]
2013 Double Circle ONA series N/A N/A [24]
2013 Gatchaman Crowds TV series Kenji Nakamura Tatsunoko Production [citation needed]
2013 Valvrave the Liberator TV series Kō Matsuo Sunrise [citation needed]
2014 Aldnoah.Zero TV series Ei Aoki A-1 Pictures, TROYCA [25]
2014 Black Bullet TV series Masayuki Kojima Kinema Citrus, Orange [26]
2014 Brynhildr in the Darkness TV series Kenichi Imaizumi Arms [26]
2014 Buddy Complex TV series Yasuhiro Tanabe Sunrise [24]
2014 Captain Earth TV series Takuya Igarashi Bones [26]
2014 DRAMAtical Murder TV series Kazuya Miura NAZ [25]
2014 Expelled from Paradise Film Seiji Mizushima Toei Animation [27]
2014 Hamatora: The Animation TV series Seiji Kishi, Hiroshi Kimura NAZ [24]
2014 Knights of Sidonia TV series Kōbun Shizuno Polygon Pictures [26]
2014 M3 the dark metal TV series Junichi Sato Satelight, C2C [26]
2014 Mekakucity Actors TV series Yūki Yase, Akiyuki Shinbo Shaft [26]
2014 Nobunaga the Fool TV series Eiichi Sato Satelight [24]
2014 Nobunagun TV series Nobuhiro Kondo Bridge [24]
2014 Persona 4: The Golden Animation TV series Seiji Kishi, Tomohisa Taguchi A-1 Pictures [25]
2014 Selector Infected WIXOSS TV series Takuya Satō J.C.Staff [26]
2014 Space Dandy TV series Shingo Natsume, Shinichirō Watanabe Bones [24][25]
2014 Sword Art Online II TV series Tomohiko Ito A-1 Pictures [25]
2014 Tokyo ESP TV series Shigehito Takayanagi Xebec [25]
2014 Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life: Awakening Arc TV series Toyonori Yamada Sanzigen [24]
2014 Z/X Ignition TV series Yuji Yamaguchi Telecom Animation Film [24]
2015 Gatchaman Crowds insight TV series Kenji Nakamura Tatsunoko Production [citation needed]

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