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Toei Animation Co., Ltd.
東映アニメーション株式会社
Public kabushiki gaisha
Traded as JASDAQ4816
Industry Animation studio and production enterprise
Founded January 23, 1956; 61 years ago (1956-01-23)
Headquarters 2-10-5 Higashiōizumi, Nerima, Tokyo 178-8567, Japan
Key people
Kozo Morishita
(Chairman)
Katsuhiro Takagi
(President)
Increase US$ 29.911 million[1]
Owner Toei Company (33.57%)
TV Asahi (15.07%)
Fuji Television (10.07%)
Bandai Namco Holdings (2.00%)
Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan (1.86%)
Subsidiaries Tavac
Toei Animation Music Publishing
Toei Animation Philippines
Toei Animation Inc.
Toei Animation Europe
Website www.toei-anim.co.jp

Toei Animation Co., Ltd. (東映アニメーション株式会社, Tōei Animēshon Kabushiki-gaisha) (pronounced toe ay) is a Japanese animation studio primarily owned by Toei Company.

History[edit]

The studio was founded in 1948 as Japan Animated Films (日本動画映画, Nihon Dōga Eiga, often shortened to 日動映画 (Nichidō Eiga)). In 1956, Toei purchased the studio and it was reincorporated under its current name. It has created a number of TV series and movies and adapted Japanese comics as animated series, many popular worldwide. Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, Leiji Matsumoto and Yoichi Kotabe have worked with the company. Toei is a shareholder in the Japanese anime satellite television network Animax with other anime studios and production companies, such as Sunrise, TMS Entertainment and Nihon Ad Systems Inc.[2][3][4] The company is headquartered in the Ohizumi Studio in Nerima, Tokyo.[1]

Until 1998, Toei Animation was known as Toei Doga (東映動画株式会社, Tōei Dōga Kabushiki-gaisha) (although its English-language name was Toei Animation Company); "dōga" is Japanese for "animation", widely used until the 1970s. Their mascot is the cat Pero, from the company's 1969 film adaptation of Puss in Boots.

Toei Animation produced anime versions of works by manga artists, including Go Nagai (Mazinger Z), Eiichiro Oda (One Piece), Shotaro Ishinomori (Cyborg 009), Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro (Toriko), Takehiko Inoue (Slam Dunk), Mitsuteru Yokoyama (Sally the Witch), Masami Kurumada (Saint Seiya), Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump), Leiji Matsumoto (Galaxy Express 999), and Naoko Takeuchi (Sailor Moon). The studio helped propel the popularity of the Magical Girl and Super Robot genres of anime; Toei's TV series include the first magical-girl anime series, Mahoutsukai Sally (an adaptation of Mitsuteru Yokoyama's manga of the same name), and Go Nagai's Mazinger Z, an adaptation of his manga which set the standard for Super Robot anime. Although the Toei Company usually allows Toei Animation to handle its animation, they occasionally hire other companies to provide animation; although the Toei Company produced the Robot Romance Trilogy, Sunrise (then known as Nippon Sunrise) provided the animation.

Toei Animation anime which have won the Animage Anime Grand Prix award are Galaxy Express 999 in 1981, Saint Seiya in 1987 and Sailor Moon in 1992. In addition to producing anime for release in Japan, Toei Animation began providing animation for American films and television series during the 1960s and particularly during the 1980s.

TV Animation[edit]

1960s
Title Series Director Broadcast Network(s) Year(s) Notes
Ookami Shonen Ken (Ken, the Wolf Boy) Sadao Tsukioka, Isao Takahata NET November 11, 1963 – August 16, 1965 Toei's grand debut in TV Animation.
Fujimaru of the Wind Daisaku Shirakawa, Kimio Yabuki NET June 7, 1964 – August 31, 1965 Innspired by the manga 'Kaze no Ishimaru' by Sanpei Shirato; animated by Yasuji Mori and Hayao Miyazaki. The anime was renamed "Kaze no Fujimaru" in order to associate it with its sponsor, Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals.(now Astellas Pharma.)
Jun the Space Patrol Hopper Hiromi Yamamoto, Taiji Yabushita NET February 1 – November 29, 1965
Hustle Punch Hiroshi Ikeda, Isao Takahata NET November 1, 1965 – April 25, 1966
Rainbow Sentai Robin Shinichi Suzuki, Takeshi Tamiya NET April 23, 1966 – March 24, 1967 Adapted from the manga of the same name by Shotaro Ishinomori, which was serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine throughout 1963; co-produced by Studio Zero
The Prince of Pirates ??? NET May–November 1966
Sally, the Witch Toshio Katsuta, Hiroshi Ikeda NET December 5, 1966 – December 30, 1968 Adapted from the manga which was originally titled Sunny the Witch by Mitsuteru Yokoyama, which was serialized in Shueisha's Ribon magazine for girls; Episodes 1 through 17 episodes of this TV anime were filmed in black-and-white, and the remainder of the series (Episodes 18 through 109) was filmed in color, making it one of the earliest color anime alongside Mushi Production's Kimba the White Lion in 1965 and Tatsunoko Production's Speed Racer in 1967.
Pyunpyunmaru NET July–September 1967
GeGeGe no Kitaro original Fuji TV 1968–1969
GeGeGe no Kitaro 2nd Fuji TV 1971–1972
GeGeGe no Kitaro 3rd Fuji TV 1985–1988
GeGeGe no Kitaro 4th Fuji TV 1996–1998
GeGeGe no Kitaro 5th Fuji TV 2007–2009
Hakaba Kitaro Shigeru Mizuki adaptation Fuji TV January–March 2008
Cyborg 009 original NET April–September 1968
Cyborg 009 color remake TV Asahi 1979–1980 (Sunrise co-production)
Akane-chan Fuji TV April–September 1968
Himitsu no Akko-chan (Akko-chan's Secret) 1st NET 1969–1970
Himitsu no Akko-chan 2nd Fuji TV 1988–1989
Himitsu no Akko-chan 3rd (The Magic Mirror) Fuji TV 1998–1999
Sabu to Ichi Torimono Hikae (Sabu and Ichi's Detective Stories or Sabu and Ichi's Arrest Warrant) 1968–1969 (co-production with Mushi Productions and Zero Studio)
Mōretsu Atarō 1st NET 1969–1970
Mōretsu Atarō 2nd TV Asahi April–December 1990
Tiger Mask series
Tiger Mask 1st series YTV 1969–1971
Tiger Mask II 2nd series TV Asahi 1981–1982
Tiger Mask W 3rd series TV Asahi 2016–2017
1970s
Program Additional Information Broadcast Network Years
Kick no Oni (The Kick Demon) TBS 1970–1971
Mahou no Mako-chan (Mako-chan's Magic or Magical Mako-chan NET 1970–1971
Sarutobi Ecchan NET 1971–1972
Apacchi Yakyuugun (Apacchi Baseball Team) NET 1971–1972
Genshi Shonen Ryu 1971–1972
Mahou Tsukai Chappy NET April–December 1972
Calimero NET 1972–1975
Calimero 1990s series TV Asahi 1992–1993
Devilman original TV series NET 1972–1973
Mazinger series Mazinger Z Fuji TV 1972–1974 (Tranzor Z in the US)
Great Mazinger Fuji TV 1974–1975
Babel Ni-Sei (Babel II) NET January–September 1973
Microid S NET April–October 1973
Miracle Shoujo Limit-chan (Cybernella in Italy) NET 1973–1974
Dororon Enma-kun Fuji TV 1973–1974
Cutey Honey original series NET 1973–1974
Cutey Honey Flash sequel series TV Asahi 1997–1998
Majokko Megu-chan (Witch Girl Meg, Bia) NET 1974–1975
Getter Robo series original Fuji TV 1974–1975
Getter Robo G Fuji TV 1975–1976
Getter Robo Go 1991–1992
Shounen Tokugawa Ieyasu (Young Ieyasu Tokugawa) April–September 1975
Koutetsu Jiigu (Steel Jeeg) NET 1975–1976
Ikkyū-san (Master Ikkyū) NET, TV Asahi 1975–1982
Daikuu Maryuu Gaiking Fuji TV 1976–1977
Gaiking: Legend of Daiku-Maryu TV Asahi 2005–2006
Dash Machine Hayabusa TV Asahi April–September 1976
Magne Robo Gakeen (Magnetic Robot Gakeen) TV Asahi 1976–1977
Candy Candy TV Asahi 1976–1979
Jetter Mars Co-produced with Tezuka Production; pseudo-sequel to Tetsuwan Atom Fuji TV February–September 1977
Wakusei Robo Danguard Ace (Planetary Robot Danguard Ace) Fuji TV 1977–1978
Hyouga Senshi Guyslugger Co-produced with Tokyo Movie Shinsha; Semi-sequel to Cyborg 009 TV Asahi April–August 1977
Chojin Sentai Balatack TV Asahi 1977–1978
Arrow Emblem Hawk of the Grand Prix 1977–1978 (released in the US and elsewhere as a compilation, Super Grand Prix)
Tobidase! Machine Hiryū (Fly High! Machine Hiryū) Co-produced with Tatsunoko Production; parody of Tatsunoko's Mach GoGoGo and Toei's Dash Machine Hayabusa Tokyo 12 Broadcasting 1977–1978
Gekisō! Ruben Kaiser 1977–1978
Captain Harlock (Uchū kaizoku Captain Harlock) TV Asahi 1978–1979
Captain Harlock Arcadia of My Youth: Endless Orbit SSX (Waga seishun no Arcadia—Mugen kidō SSX) 1982–1983
SF Saiyuki Starzinger Sci-Fi Journey to the West: Starzinger; Spaceketeers on Force Five Fuji TV 1978–1979
Uchū Majin Daikengo (Space Guardian Daikengo) Co-production with Studio Nue TV Asahi 1978–1979
Galaxy Express 999 (Ginga Tetsudou 999) original TV series Fuji TV 1978–1981
Captain Future Adaptation of the pulp-fiction sci-fi stories by Mort Weisinger NHK 1978–1979
Eiko no Tenshitachi: Pink Lady Monogatari (Glorious Angels: The Story of Pink Lady) TV Asahi 1978–1979
Hana no Ko Lunlun (a.k.a. Angel) TV Asahi 1979–1980
Mirai Robo Daltanias (Future Robot Daltanius) Tokyo 12 Broadcasting 1979–1980
Entaku no Kishi Monogatari: Moero Arthur (Go Arthur: Story of the Knights of the Round Table Fuji TV 1979–1980
Moero Arthur: Hakuba Ouji (Go Arthur: The White Horse Prince) Fuji TV April–September 1980
1980s
Program Additional Information Broadcast Network Years
Mahō Shōjo Lalabel (Lalabel, The Magical Girl) TV Asahi 1980–1981
Ganbare Genki (Do Your Best, Genki) Adapted from Yū Koyama's manga of the same name which was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine from 1976 to 1981 Fuji TV 1980–1981
Uchū Daitei God Sigma Tokyo 12 Broadcasting 1980–1981
Hello! Sandybell March–September 1981 (a.k.a. Sandy Jonquille)
Little Women (Wakakusa Monogatari yori Wakakusa no Yon Shimai) Co-produced with Kokusai Eigasha TV Tokyo April–September 1981
Beast King GoLion (Lion Voltron) TV Tokyo 1981–1982
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan Adaptation of Akira Toriyama's manga of the same name that was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from 1980 to 1984 Fuji TV 1981–1986
Dr. Slump 2nd series Fuji TV 1997–1999
Shin Taketori Monogatari: Sen Nen Jo Ou (Queen Millennia) 1981–1982
Tiger Mask II Tiger Mask Ni-Sei (Tiger Mask Second Generation) 1981–1982
Honey Honey no Suteki na Bouken (Honey Honey) 1981–1982
Asari-chan 1982–1983
Boku Patalliro! 1982–1983
Armored Fleet Dairugger XV (Vehicle Voltron) 1982–1983
The Kabocha Wine (The Pumpkin Wine) 1982–1984
Ai Shite Knight (or Night) 1983–1984 (a.k.a. Kiss Me Licia, Embrasse-moi Lucile, Rock & Roll Kids)
Kinnikuman 1983–1986
Tatakae!! Ramenman (Fight, Ramenman!!) Kinnikuman spinoff January–September 1988
Kinnikuman: Scramble for the Throne 1991–1992
Kinnikuman Nisei (Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy) January–December 2002
Kinnikuman Nisei: Ultimate Muscle Japanese broadcast of American second season April–June 2004
Kinnikuman Nisei: Ultimate Muscle 2 additional US-produced episodes January–March 2006
Stop! Hibari-kun 1983–1984
Lightspeed Electroid Albegas 1983–1984
Bemu Bemu Hunter: Gotengu Tenmaru May–October 1983
Yume Senshi Wingman (Dream Warrior Wingman) 1984–1985
Tongari Boushi no Memoru (US title Wee Wendy) March–September 1984
Video Warrior Laserion 1984–1985
GU-GU Ganmo 1984–1985
Hokuto no Ken (Fist of the North Star) 1984–1987
Hokuto no Ken 2 1987–1988
Captain Harlock and the Queen of a Thousand Years 1985–1986
Hāi! Step Jun (Yeah! Step Jun) 1985–1986
Compora Kid June–December 1985
Maple Town Monogatari (Maple Town Stories) 1986–1987 (broadcast in the US on Nickelodeon as Maple Town)
Shin Maple Town Monogatari: Palm Town Hen (New Maple Town Stories: Palm Town Saga) January–December 1987
Dragon Ball series
Dragon Ball 1986–1989
Dragon Ball Z 1989–1996
Dragon Ball GT 1996–1997
Dragon Ball Kai (remastered version of Dragon Ball Z) 2009–2011, 2014–2015
Dragon Ball Super 2015–present
Ginga: Nagareboshi Gin (Silver Fang: Meteor Gin) April–September 1986
Gou Q [Goukyuu] Chouji Ikkiman (Fastball Superboy Ikkiman) April–November 1986
Saint Seiya (Knights of the Zodiac) 1986–1989
Saint Seiya Omega 2012–2014
Bikkuriman series
Bikkuriman 1987–1989
Shin (New) Bikkuriman 1989–1990
Super Bikkuriman 1992–1993
Happy Lucky Bikkuriman 2006–2007
Transformers series
Transformers: The Headmasters 1987–1988
Transformers: Super-God Masterforce 1988–1989
Transformers: Victory March–December 1989
Kamen no Ninja Aka Kage (Masked Ninja Red Shadow) 1987–1988
Lady Lady!! 1987–1988
Hello! Lady Lynn 2nd season of Lady Lady!! 1988–1989
Sakigake!! Otokojuku (Charge!! Men's Cram School) February–November 1988
Akuma-kun 1989–1990
Kariage-kun 1989–1990
1990s
Program Additional Information Broadcast Network Years
Magical Tarurūto-kun 1990–1992
Goldfish Warning! (Kingyo Chūihō!) 1991–1992
Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken (Dai's Great Adventure) 1991–1992
Sailor Moon
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon 1992–1993
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R 1993–1994
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S 1994–1995
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS 1995–1996
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Sailor Stars 1996–1997
Ghost Sweeper Mikami 1993–1994
Slam Dunk 1993–1996
Aoki Densetsu (Blue Legend) Shoot! 1993–1994
Marmalade Boy 1994–1995
Shinken Densetsu Tight Road October–December 1994
Kuusou Kagaku Sekai (Fantastic Science World) Gulliver Boy January–December 1995
Sekai Meisaku Dōwa Series: Wow! Marchen Oukoku (Kingdom) April–September 1995
Gokinjo Monogatari (Neighborhood Story) 1995–1996
Hell Teacher Nūbē 1996–1997
Hana Yori Dango (Boys Over Flowers) 1996–1997
Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo (Young Kindaichi's Casebook; see Kindaichi Case Files) 1997–2000
Kindaichi Shounen no Jikenbo Returns April–September 2014
Azumi: Mamma Mia! July–October 1997
Yume no Crayon Oukoku 1997–1999
Hanitarou Desu (It's Hanitarou) 1997–1998
Haruba-ke no San nin me January–March 1998
Anime Shūkan DX! Mii-Pha-Pū (featuring "Kocchi Muite! Miiko", "Fan Fan Pharmacy" and "Heli-tako Pūchan") 1998–1999
Yu-Gi-Oh! April–October 1998
Mamotte Shugogetten 1998–1999
One Piece 1999–present
Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne (Phantom Thief Jeanne) 1999–2000
Ojamajo Doremi series 1999–2000
Ojamajo Doremi # (Sharp) 2000–2001
Motto! Ojamajo Doremi 2001–2002
Ojamajo Doremi Dokkaan 2002–2003
Ojamajo Doremi Na-I-Sho June–December 2004
Digimon series
Digimon Adventure 1999–2000
Digimon Adventure 02 2000–2001
Digimon Tamers 2001–2002
Digimon Frontier 2002–2003
Digimon Savers (a.k.a. Digimon: Data Squad) 2006–2007
Digimon Xros Wars (a.k.a. Digimon Fusion) 2010–2012
Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters 2016–present
2000s
Program Series Years
Mushrambo (Shinzo in most international markets) February–September 2000
Legendary Gambler Tetsuya 2000–2001
Pipo Papo Patoru-kun 2000–2001
Nono-chan 2001–2002
Kanon January–March 2002
SaiKano 2002
Tsuribaka Nisshi (Stupid Fishing Journal) 2002–2003
Ashita no Nadja 2003–2004
Konjiki no Gash Bell!! (Zatch Bell!) 2003–2006
Air Master April–September 2003
Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo 2003–2005
Pretty Cure series Futari wa Pretty Cure 2004–2005
Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart 2005–2006
Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star 2006–2007
Yes! Pretty Cure 5 2007–2008
Yes! Pretty Cure 5 Go Go! 2008–2009
Fresh Pretty Cure! 2009–2010
Heartcatch Pretty Cure 2010–2011
Suite Pretty Cure 2011–2012
Smile Pretty Cure! 2012–2013
Doki Doki! Pretty Cure! 2013–2014
Happiness Charge! Pretty Cure! 2014–2015
Go! Princess Pretty Cure 2015–2016
Maho Girls Pretty Cure! 2016–2017
KiraKira Pretty Cure a la Mode 2017–present
Ring ni Kakero 1 October–December 2004
Beet the Vandel Buster (Bouken Oh Beet) 2004–2005
Xenosaga: The Animation January–March 2005
Beet the Vandel Buster: Excelion 2005–2006
Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales January–March 2006
Air Gear April–September 2006
Ring ni Kakero 1: Nichi-Bei Kessen Hen April–June 2006
Kamisama Kazoku (The God Family) May–August 2006
Binbō Shimai Monogatari (The Tale of the Poor Sisters) June–September 2006
Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z ("They're here! Powerpuff Girls Z") 2006–2007
Gin-iro no Olynssis October–December 2006
Lily to Kaeru to (Ototo) 2006 (Animax Taishō original-script award)[5]
Lovely Complex April–September 2007
Mononoke Ayakashi spin-off July–September 2007
Hatara Kids: My Ham-gumi 2007–2008
Uchi no 3 Shimai Flash animation 2008–2010
Uchi no 3 Shimai: Okawariparetai April–December 2010
RoboDz Kazagumo Hen June–November 2008
Asataro, the Onion Samurai[6] (Negibozu no Asatarō, "Onion-Head" Asatarō) 2008–2009
Battle Spirits: Shounen Toppa Bashin 2008–2009
Marie and Gali 2009–2010
Marie and Gali 2.0 2010–2011
Welcome to Irabu's Office (Kūchū Buranko) October–December 2009
Thriller Restaurant 2009–2010
2010s
Program Series Years
Toriko 2011–2014
Kyousogiga TV series October–December 2013
Tanken Driland 2012–2013
Tanken Driland: Sennen no Mahō 2013–2014
Robot Girls Z January–March 2014
Robot Girls Z+ May–October 2015
Abarenbō Rikishi!! Matsutarō (Wild Sumo Wrestler!! Matsutarō) April–September 2014
Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers 2014–2015
Majin Bone 2014–2015
World Trigger 2014–2016
Kado: The Right Answer 2017
Mega Man Japanese-American-Canadian co-production with Capcom, Man of Action Studios, and Film Roman 2018

TV movies and specials[edit]

Show Year
Captain Future Kareinaru Taiyoukei Race 1978
Les Misérables (Jean Valjean Monogatari) 1979
Yamato: The New Voyage 1979
Galaxy Express 999: Can You Live Like A Warrior 1979
Yami no Teiō: Kyūketsuki Dracula (Dracula: The Vampire Emperor of Darkness) 1980 TV movie
Galaxy Express 999: Emeraldes the Eternal Wanderer 1980
Arano no Sakebi Koe: Howl, Buck 1981
Hashire Melos! 1981
Galaxy Express 999: Can You Love Like a Mother? 1981
Adrift in the Pacific (Two-Year Holiday) 1982
Kinnikuman: Showdown! The 7 Justice Supermen vs. The Space Samurais 1984
Dragon Ball: Goku's Fire Brigade (Doragon Bōru: Gokū no shōbō tai) 1988
Dragon Ball: Goku's Traffic Safety (Doragon Bōru: Gokū no kōtsū anzen) 1988
Sword For Truth 1990
Dragon Ball Z: A Lonesome, Final Battle - The Father of Z Warrior Son Goku, who Challenged Freeza (Doragon Bōru Zetto Tatta Hitori no Saishū Kessen ~Furīza ni Idonda Zetto-senshi Son Gokū no Chichi, released in the US as Bardock: The Father of Goku) 1990
Sally the Witch: Mother's Love is Eternal 1991
Dragon Ball Z: Summer Vacation Special 1992
Dragon Ball Z: Defiance in the Face of Despair!! The Remaining Super-Warriors: Gohan and Trunks (Doragon Bōru Zetto Zetsubō e no Hankō!! Nokosareta Chō-Senshi•Gohan to Torankusu, released in the US as The History of Trunks) 1993
Looking Back at it All: The Dragon Ball Z Year-End Show! 1993
Sailor Moon SuperS TV Special 1995
Dragon Ball GT: Goku's Side Story! Si Xing Qiu is a Testament to Courage (Doragon Bōru Jī Tī: Gokū Gaiden! Yūki no Akashi wa Sūshinchū, released in the US as A Hero's Legacy) 1997
One Piece TV Special: Adventure in the Ocean's Navel 2000
One Piece: Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream! 2003
One Piece: Protect! The Last Great Stage 2003
One Piece: End-of-Year Special Plan! Chief Straw Hat Luffy's Detective Story 2005
One Piece: Chopperman Departs! Protect the TV Station by the Shore (New Year's special) 2007
One Piece: Episode of Nami - Tears of a Navigator, and the Bonds of Friends 2012
One Piece: Episode of Luffy - Adventure on Hand Island 2012
One Piece: Episode of Merry - The Tale of One More Friend 2013
Dream 9 Toriko & One Piece & Dragon Ball Z Super Collaboration Special 2013
One Piece 3D2Y: Overcome Ace’s Death! Luffy’s Vow to his Friends 2014
One Piece: Episode of Sabo - Bond of Three Brothers 2015
One Piece: Adventure of Nebulandia 2015
One Piece: Heart of Gold 2016

Theatrical films[edit]

Film or series Sequels Year
The Tale of the White Serpent and The White Snake Enchantress (Hakuja den) 1958
Magic Boy (Shōnen Sarutobi Sasuke) 1959
Alakazam the Great (Saiyuki) 1960
The Orphan Brother (Anju to zushio-maru) 1961
Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad (Arabian naito: Shindobaddo no bōken) 1962
The Little Prince and the Eight-Headed Dragon (Wanpaku Ouji no Orochi Taiji) 1963
Doggie March, Woof Woof Chushingura, Woof Woof 47 Ronin (Wanwan chushingura) 1963
Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon (Garibā no Uchū Ryokō) 1965
Cyborg 009 Cyborg 009 1966
Cyborg 009: Monster War (Kaijuu Sensou) 1967
Cyborg 009: Legend of the Super Galaxy (Chō Ginga Densetsu) 1980
Jack and the Witch (Shōnen Jakku to Mahō-tsukai) 1967
The Madcap Island (Hyokkori Hyōtanjima) 1967
The Great Adventure of Horus, Prince of the Sun (a.k.a. The Little Norse Prince) (Taiyō no ōji: Horusu no daibōken) 1968
The World of Hans Christian Andersen (Andesen monogatari) 1968
GeGeGe no Kitaro GeGeGe no Kitarō 1968
GeGeGe no Kitarō: The All Seeing Eye 1980
GeGeGe no Kitaro 1985
GeGeGe no Kitarō: The Great Yōkai War 1986
GeGeGe no Kitarō: Strongest Yōkai Corps!Dismebark to Japan!! 1986
GeGeGe no Kitarō: Crash!! The Great Rebellion of the Multi-Dimensional Yōkai 1986
GeGeGe no Kitarō: The Great Sea Beast 1996
GeGeGe no Kitarō: The Obake Nighter 1997
GeGeGe no Kitarō: Yōkai Express! The Phantom Train 1997
GeGeGe no Kitarō: Japan Explodes!! 2008
Puss In Boots trilogy Puss in Boots (Nagagutsu o haita neko) 1969
The Three Musketeers In Boots (Nagagutsu Sanjūshi) 1972
Puss In Boots Travels Around The World (Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Hachijū Nichikan Sekai Isshū) 1976
Himitsu no Akko-chan (Akko-chan's Secret) Circus Da Ga Yattekita 1969
Namida no Kaiten Receive 1970
Himitsu no Akko-chan 1989
Himitsu no Akko-chan Umi da! Obake da!! Natsu Matsuri 1989
Flying Phantom Ship (Soratobi Yureisen) 1969
30,000 Miles Under the Sea (Kaitei San-man Mile) 1970
Sans Famille (Chibikko Rémi to Meiken Capi) 1970
Mōretsu Atarō Nyarome no Komoriuta 1970
Tiger Mask Tiger Mask 1970
Tiger Mask: War Against The League of Masked Wrestlers 1970
Animal Treasure Island (Dōbutsu Takarajima) 1971
Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (Ari Baba to Yonjuppiki no Tōzoku) 1971
Go Get Them 0011 (Maken Liner 0011 Henshin Seyo!) 1972
Sarutobi Ecchan Okashi na Tenkousei (Episode 1) 1972
Panda No Daibōken (The Panda's Great Adventure) 1973
Babel Ni-Sei (Babel 2) Akachan wa chōnōryoku-sha 1973
Sally the Witch Mahōtsukai Sarī (Sally the Witch) 1973
Mahōtsukai Sarī (Sally the Witch 2:) 1990
Go Nagai Vs. series Mazinger Z Vs. Devilman 1973
Mazinger Z Vs. Dr. Hell 1974
Mazinger Z Vs. The Great General of Darkness 1974
Great Mazinger Vs. Getter Robo 1975
Great Mazinger Vs. Getter Robo G: The Great Clash In The Sky 1975
UFO Robo Grendizer Vs. Great Mazinger 1976
Grendizer, Getter Robo G, Great Mazinger: Decisive Battle! The Monster of the Ocean 1976
Yaemon, the Locomotive (Kikansha Yaemon: D-goichi no Daibōken) 1974
Majokko Megu-chan (Witch Girl Meg, Bia) Majokko Megu-chan 1974
Majokko Megu-chan Tsuki Yori No Shisha 1975
The Little Mermaid (Anderusen dowa: Ningyo hime or Andersen Story: The Mermaid Princess) 1975
Kore Ga UFO Da! Sora Tobu Enban (The Flying Empty UFO) 1975
Uchu Enban Daisenso 1975
UFO Robot Grendizer UFO Robot Grendizer 1975
UFO Robot Grendizer: The Red Sunset Confrontation (Akai Yuuhi no Taiketsu) 1976
Ikkyū-san (Master Ikkyū) 1976
Sekai Meisaku Dowa (World Masterpiece Fairy Tales) The Wild Swans (Hakuchou no Ouji) 1977
Thumbelina (Oyayubi Hime) 1978
Twelve Months (Mori wa Ikiteiru) 1980
Swan Lake (Hakuchō no Mizūmi) 1981
Aladdin and the Magic Lamp (Aladdin to Mahou no Lamp) 1982
Candy Candy Candy Candy: The Call of Spring (May Festival) 1978
Candy Candy's Summer Vacation 1978
Candy Candy Movie 1992
Captain Harlock Captain Harlock - Mystery of the Arcadia 1978
Arcadia of My Youth (released in the US as Vengeance of the Space Pirate and My Youth in Arcadia) 1982
Taro the Dragon Boy (Tatsu no ko Taro) 1979
Triton of the Sea (Umi no Toriton) 1979
SF Saiyuki Starzinger (Sci-Fi Journey to the West: Starzinger Movie) 1979
Galaxy Express 999 Galaxy Express 999 (Ginga Tetsudō 999; a.k.a. Bonjour Galaxy Express 999) 1979
Galaxy Express 999: Glass-made Claire (featurette) 1980
Adieu Galaxy Express 999 (Sayonara Ginga Tetsudō 999) 1981
Eternal Fantasy Galaxy Express 999 (Ginga Tetsudo 999: Eternal Fantasy) 1998
Toward the Terra (Terra e...) 1980
Hana no Ko Lunlun Hello Cherry Garden 1980
Lalabel, The Magical Girl: The Sea Calls for a Summer Vacation 1980
Natsu e no Tobira (The Door Into Summer) 1981
Kyofu Densetsu: Kaiki! Furankenshutain (The Bizarre Legend of Horror! Frankenstein) 1981
Dr. Slump Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hello! Wonder Island 1981
Dr. Slump: "Hoyoyo!" Space Adventure 1982
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo, Great Round-the-World Race 1983
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo! The Treasure of Nanaba Castle 1984
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo! Dream Capital Mecha Police 1985
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N-cha! Clear Skies Over Penguin Village 1993
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N-cha! From Penguin Village with Love 1993
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: Hoyoyo!! Follow the Rescued Shark... 1994
Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N-cha!! Trembling Heart of the Summer 1994
Doctor Slump: Arale's Surprise Burn 1999
Dr. Slump: Dr. Mashirito and Abale-chan 2007
Future War 198X 1982
Haguregumo 1982
Queen Millennia (Shin Taketori Monogatari: Sennen Joō) 1982
Aesop's Fables (Manga Aesop Monogatari) 1983
Patalliro! Stardust Keikaku 1983
The Kabocha Wine: Nita no Aijou Monogatari 1984
Kinnikuman Kinnikuman: Stolen Championship Belt 1984
Great Riot! Justice Superman 1984
Justice Supermen vs. Ancient Supermen 1985
Counterattack! The Underground Space Supermen 1985
Hour of Triumph! Justice Superman 1985
Crisis in New York! 1986
Justice Supermen vs. Fighter Supermen 1986
Tatakae!! Ramenman 1988
Kinnikuman Second Generation 2001
Muscle Ginseng Competition! The Great Superman War 2002
Gu Gu Ganmo 1985
Tongari Bōshi no Memoru 1985
Odin: Photon Sailer Starlight (a.k.a. Odin: Starlight Mutiny) 1985
Fist of the North Star: The Movie (Hokuto no Ken) 1986
Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z Dragon Ball 1986
Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle (Majin-jō no nemuri hime) 1987
Mystical Adventure (Makafushigi daibōken) 1988
Dragon Ball Z 1989
The Strongest Guy in the World (Kono yo de ichiban tsuyoi yatsu; released in the US as The World's Strongest) 1990
Super Decisive Battle for the Entire Earth (Chikyū marugoto chō-kessen; released in the US as The Tree of Might) 1990
Super Saiyan Son Goku (Sūpā Saiya-jin da Son Gokū; released in the US as Lord Slug) 1991
The Incredible Mightiest vs. Mightiest (Tobikkiri no saikyō tai saikyō; released in the US as Cooler's Revenge) 1991
Clash!! The Power of 10 Billion Warriors (Gekitotsu!! 100 oku pawā no senshi-tachi; released in the US as The Return of Cooler) 1992
Extreme Battle!! The Three Great Super Saiyans (Kyokugen batoru!! San dai sūpā Saiya-jin; released in the US as Super Android 13) 1992
Burn Up!! A Close Fight - A Violent Fight - A Super Fierce Fight (Moetsukiro!! Nessen · ressen · chō-gekisen; released in the US as Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan) 1993
The Galaxy's at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy (Ginga girigiri!! Butchigiri no sugoi yatsu; released in the US as Bojack Unbound) 1993
The Dangerous Duo! Super Warriors Never Rest (Kiken na futari! Sūpā senshi wa nemurenai; released in the US as Broly – Second Coming) 1994
Super Warrior Defeat!! I'll Be the Winner (Sūpā senshi gekiha!! Katsu no wa ore da; released in the US as Bio-Broly) 1994
The Fusion of Rebirth!! Goku and Vegeta (Fukkatsu no fyūjon!! Gokū to Bejīta; released in the US as Fusion Reborn) 1995
Dragon Fist Explosion!! If Goku Can't Do It, Who Will? (Ryū-ken bakuhatsu!! Gokū ga yaraneba dare ga yaru; released in the US as Wrath of the Dragon) 1995
The Path to Ultimate Power (Saikyō e no michi; released in the US as The Path to Power) 1996
Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return (Ossu! Kaette-kita Son Gokū to nakama-tachi!!) 2008
Episode of Bardock (Episōdo obu Bādakku) 2011
God and God (Kami to Kami; released in the US as Battle of Gods) 2013
Resurrection 'F' (Fukkatsu no 'F') 2015
Maple Town Maple Town Movie 1986
New Maple Town Stories: Home Town Collection 1987
Saint Seiya (Knights of the Zodiac) Saint Seiya 1987
Heated Battle of the Gods 1988
Legend of Crimson Youth 1988
Warriors of the Final Holy Battle 1989
Heaven Chapter - Overture 2004
Bikkuriman Bikkuriman: Taiichiji Seima Taisen 1988
Bikkuriman: Moen Zone no Himitsu 1988
Akuma-kun Akuma-kun Movie 1989
Akuma-kun: Yōkoso Akuma Land e!! (Welcome To Devil Land) 1990
Pink Water Bandit Rain Bandit (Pinku Mizu Dorobō Ame Dorobō) 1990
Kennosuke-sama 1990
Magical Taluluto Magical Taluluto Movie 1991
Magical Taruruuto-kun: Moero! Yuujou no Mahou Taisen 1991
Magical Taruruuto: Suki Suki Hot Tako Yaki 1992
Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken Great Adventure (Gurēto Adobenchā) 1991
Disciple of Avan (Aban no Shito) 1992
The Reborn Six Commanders (Shinsei Rokudai Shoguo) 1992
Goldfish Warning! 1992
Hashire Melos! 1992
Rokudenashi Blues 1992
Rokudenashi Blues 1993 1993
Tōi Umi kara Kita Coo (From a Distant Ocean Came Coo) 1993
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon R: The Movie (released in the US as The Promise of the Rose) 1993
Make Up! Sailor Senshi 1993 (featurette)
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon S: The Movie (released in the US as Hearts in Ice) 1994
Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS: The 9 Sailor Soldiers Unite! Miracle of the Black Dream Hole (released in the US as Black Dream Hole) 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS Plus: Ami's First Love 1995 (featurette)
Ghost Sweeper Mikami 1994
Aoki Densetsu Shoot! The Movie! (Blue Legend Shoot! The Movie) 1994
Slam Dunk Slam Dunk Movie 1994
Conquer the Nation, Hanamichi Sakuragi! 1994
Shohoku's Greatest Challenge! 1995
Howling Basketman Spirit!! 1995
Marmalade Boy 1995
Gokinjo Monogatari (Neighborhood Story) 1996
Hell Teacher Nūbē Jigoku Sensei Nūbē (Hell Teacher Nūbē Movie) 1996
Jigoku Sensei Nūbē: Gozen 0 toki Nūbē Shisu 1997
Jigoku Sensei Nūbē: Kyoufu no Natsu Yasumi! Asashi no Uni no Gensetsu 1997
Hana Yori Dango (Boys Over Flowers, the Movie) 1997
Kindaichi Case Files (Kindaichi Shōnen no Jikenbo Movie) 1997
Kindaichi Case Files: Satsuriku no Deep Blue 1999
Cutey Honey Flash The Final Chapter 1998
Yu-Gi-Oh! Movie 1999
Digimon Digimon Adventure 1999
Our War Game 2000
Digimon Hurricane Touchdown/Supreme Evolution! The Golden Digimentals

released in the US as Digimon: The Movie (2000)

Digimon Adventure 3D: Digimon Grand Prix! 2000
Diaboromon Strikes Back (a.k.a. Revenge of Diaboromon) 2001
The Adventurer's Battle (a.k.a. Battle of Adventurers 2001
Runaway Digimon Express (a.k.a. Runaway Locomon) 2002
Revival of the Ancient Digimon (a.k.a. Island of Lost Digimon) 2002
Ultimate Power! Activate Burst Mode 2006
Digimon Adventure tri. film series 2015–present
Saikai (Reunion) 2015
Ketsui (Determination) 2016
Kokuhaku (Confession) 2016
Sōshitsu (Loss) 2017
Kyōsei (Symbiosis) 2017
Ojamajo Doremi Ojamajo Doremi #: The Movie 2000
Mo~tto! Ojamajo Doremi: Secret of the Frog Stone 2001
One Piece One Piece: The Movie 2000
Clockwork Island Adventure 2001
Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals 2002
Dead End Adventure 2003
Curse of the Sacred Sword 2004
Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island 2005
Karakuri Castle's Mecha Giant Soldier 2006
Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates 2007
Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in the Winter, Miracle Cherry Blossom 2008
Strong World 2009
Straw Hat Chase 2011
One Piece Film: Z 2012
One Piece Film: Gold 2016
Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem 2003
Pretty Cure series Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart: The Movie 2005
Futari wa Pretty Cure Max Heart 2: Friends of the Snow-Laden Sky 2005
Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star: Tic Tac Crisis Hanging By a Thread 2006
Yes! Pretty Cure 5: Great Miracle Adventure in the Mirror Kingdom 2007
Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo!: Happy Birthday in the Land of Sweets 2008
Pretty Cure All Stars DX: Everyone's Friends - Miraculous Meeting 2009
Fresh Pretty Cure: The Toy Kingdom is Full of Secrets!? 2009
Pretty Cure All Stars DX 2: Light of Hope - Protect the Rainbow Jewel 2010
Heartcatch Pretty Cure: A Fashion Show in the Flower Capital ... Isn't It!? 2010
Pretty Cure All Stars DX 3: Deliver the Future! The Rainbow Flower That Connects the World 2011
Suite Pretty Cure: Bring it Back! The Miracle Melody that Connects the Heart 2011
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage: Future Friends 2012
Smile PreCure!: Big Mismatch in a Picture Book! 2012
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 2: Friends of the Heart 2013
Doki Doki! PreCure: Mana is getting married!? The dress of hope that connects to the future 2013
Pretty Cure All Stars New Stage 3: Forever Friends 2014
HappinessCharge PreCure!: Ballerina of the Doll Kingdom 2014
Pretty Cure All Stars: Spring Carnival 2015
Go! Princess PreCure The Movie: Go! Go!! Splendid Triple Feature!!! 2015
Maho Girls PreCure! the Movie: The Miraculous Transformation! Cure Mofurun! 2016
Pretty Cure All Stars: Singing with Everyone Miraculous Magic! 2016
Air 2005
Clannad 2007
Buddha series Buddha 2011
Buddha 2 2014
Toriko Toriko 3D: Kaimaku! Gourmet Adventure!! 2011
Gekijō-ban Toriko Bishokushin no Special Menu 2013
Pop In Q 2016

CGI Films[edit]

Production Year
Digital Monster X-Evolution 2005
Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror 2009
Space Pirate Captain Harlock 2013
Saint Seiya: Legend of Sanctuary 2014
Expelled From Paradise 2014

Original video animation (OVA) and original net animation (ONA)[edit]

Production Year
Transformers: Scramble City 1986
Crying Freeman 1988-1994
Transformers: Zone 1990
Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken 1991–1992
Vampire Wars (Vanpaiyaa Sensou) 1991
Psychic Wars (Soju Senshi Psychic Wars) 1991
Sukeban Deka (Delinquent Girl Detective) 1991
3x3 Eyes (Sazan Eyes) 1991–1992
Kamen Rider SD 1993
The E.Y.E.S. of Mars 1993
Dragon Ball Z Side Story: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans 1993
Dragon Ball Z: Unite Goku's World 1993
Sailor Moon S: Answer The Moon Call 1994
Sailor Moon S: Quiz Taiketsu! Sailor Power Kesshuu!! 1994
New Cutie Honey 1994–1995
Sailor Moon SuperS: Sailor Moon to Hiragana Lesson 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS: Youkoso! Sailor Youchien 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS: Sailor Moon To Hajimete no Eigo 1995
Hell Teacher Nūbē 1996–1997
Denshin Mamotte Shugogetten 2000–2001
Saint Seiya - Hades Chapter Sanctuary 2002–2003
Saint Seiya - Hades Chapter Inferno 2005–2007
H. P. Lovecraft's The Dunwich Horror and Other Stories 2007
Saint Seiya - Hades Chapter Elysion March–August 2008
One Piece: Romance Dawn Story 2008
One Piece Film Strong World: Episode 0 2009
Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans 2010
Kyōsōgiga 2011-2012
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal 2014–2016
Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold April–September 2015

Video-game animation[edit]

Game Year
Cobra Command (a.k.a. Thunder Storm) 1984
Ninja Hayate 1984
Freedom Fighter 1984
Road Blaster (a.k.a. Road Avenger and Road Prosecutor) 1985
Time Gal 1985
Sonic the Hedgehog CD 1993[7]
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS 1996
Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout 1997
Chrono Trigger 1999, 2008, 2011
Digimon Rumble Arena 2001
From TV Animation - One Piece: Grand Battle! (One Piece: Grand Battle! in Europe) 2001
From TV Animation - One Piece: Set Sail Pirate Crew! 2001
From TV Animation - One Piece: Grand Battle! 2 2002
From TV Animation - One Piece: Treasure Battle! 2002
From TV Animation - One Piece: Ocean's Dream! 2003
One Piece: Grand Battle! 3 2003
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 2003
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 2004
One Piece: Round the Land 2004
Dragon Ball Z: Sagas 2005
One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush 2005
One Piece: Pirates' Carnival 2005
Dragon Ball Heroes 2010–present
One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2010
One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 2011
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi 2011
One Piece: Romance Dawn 2012
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2013
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z 2014
One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X 2014
Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2 2014
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2015
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden 2015
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 2016

Video-game development[edit]

Game or series Games Year
Hokuto no Ken (Fist of the North Star Series) Hokuto no Ken 1986
Hokuto No Ken 2: Seikimatsu Kyuuseishu Densetsu 1987
Hokuto no Ken 3: Shinseiki Souzou Seiken Retsuden 1989
Hokuto no Ken: Seizetsu Juuban Shoubu (Fist of the North Star: 10 Big Brawls for the King of Universe) 1989
Hokuto no Ken 4: Shichisei Hakenden: Hokuto Shinken no Kanata e 1991
Hokuto no Ken 5: Tenma Ryuuseiden Ai Zesshou 1992
Hokuto no Ken 6: Gekitou Denshouken - Haou heno Michi 1992
Hokuto no Ken 7: Seiken Retsuden - Denshousha heno Michi 1993
Baltron 1986
Puss In Boots: An Adventure Around the World in 80 Days (Nagagutsu o Haita Neko: Sekai Isshū 80 Nichi Dai Bōken) 1986
SWAT: Special Weapons and Tactics 1987
Kamen no Ninja: Akakage 1988
Fighting Road 1988
Sukeban Deka III 1988
Mr. Gold Tooyama no Kinsan Space Chou 1988
Shin Satomi Hakkenden: Hikari to Yami no Tatakai 1989
Mottomo Abunai Deka 1990
Volley Fire 1990
Bloody Warriors: Shango no Gyakushuu 1990
Scotland Yard 1990
Final Reverse 1991
Shikinjou (Famicom and Game Boy versions) 1991
Raiden Trad 1991
Koede Asobu: Heart Catch PreCure! 2010
Enka no Pandemica 2014

Dubbing[edit]

Animated productions by foreign studios dubbed in Japanese by Toei are The Mystery of the Third Planet (1981 Russian film, dubbed in 2008); Les Maîtres du temps (1982 French-Hungarian film, dubbed in 2014), Alice's Birthday (2009 Russian film, dubbed in 2013); and Kochadaiiyaan (2014 Indian film, dubbed in TBA). The live-action films dubbed in Japanese by Toei are Hero (1983 Bollywood film); Brothers (2015 Bollywood film, dubbed in TBA); Shiva Ka Insaaf (1985 Bollywood film); Time Raiders (2016 Chinese film, dubbed in TBA); and Rangoon (2017 Bollywood film, dubbed in TBA).

Commission work[edit]

Toei has been commissioned to provide animation by Japanese and American studios such as Sunbow, Marvel, Hanna-Barbera, DiC and Rankin/Bass.

Production Year
The King Kong Show 1966[8]
The Mouse on the Mayflower 1968
The Smokey the Bear Show 1969
The World of Strawberry Shortcake 1980
The Wizard of Oz (MWS version) 1981
The Pink Panther 1981
Spider-Man 1981
Strawberry Shortcake: Pets on Parade 1982
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends 1982
The Charmkins 1983
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero 1983–1986
Inspector Gadget 1983
Dungeons and Dragons 1983–1985
My Little Pony 1984–1985
Gallavants 1984
The Transformers 1984–1987[9]
Robo Force: The Revenge of Nazgar 1984
Turbo Teen 1984
Snorks 1984
Jim Henson's Muppet Babies 1984–1987
Jim Henson's Little Muppet Monsters 1985
Super Sunday 1985–1986
Inhumanoids 1985 spinoff TV series
Jem 1985–1988 spinoff TV series
Voltron season 3 1985
The Transformers: The Movie 1986
Voltron: Fleet of Doom 1986
Defenders of the Earth 1986–1987
The Adventures of the American Rabbit 1986
My Little Pony: The Movie 1986
My Little Pony 'n Friends 1986–1987
The Glo Friends 1986–1987
The Jetsons 1987
Blondie & Dagwood 1987
G.I. Joe: The Movie 1987
Sky Commanders 1987
The Flintstone Kids 1987
The Smurfs 1987–1988
Foofur 1987
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1987[10]
The New Archies 1987
Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater 1987
Bobobobs 1988–1989
Police Academy 1988–1989
Dennis the Menace 1988
The Real Ghostbusters 1988
Superman 1988
X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men 1989
Kinnikuman Nisei: Ultimate Muscle 2 January–March 2006
Halo Legends: Odd One Out 2010
Starship Troopers: Invasion 2012
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir 2015

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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