Wit Studio

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Wit Studio
Kabushiki kaisha
IndustryAnimation studio
FoundedJune 1, 2012; 6 years ago (2012-06-01)[1]
HeadquartersMusashino, Tokyo, Japan[1]
Key people
George Wada (President)[1]
ProductsAnime (Television, Film, OVA)
Number of employees
34[2]
ParentIG Port
Websitewitstudio.co.jp

WIT STUDIO, Inc. (株式会社ウィットスタジオ, Kabushiki-gaisha Witto Sutajio) is a Japanese animation studio founded on June 1, 2012 by producers at Production I.G as a subsidiary of IG Port. It is headquartered in Musashino, Tokyo, Japan, with Production I.G producer George Wada as president and Tetsuya Nakatake, also a producer at Production I.G., as a director of the studio. It gained notability for producing the anime adaptation of the Attack on Titan manga series.[1]

Wit Studio was funded with an initial investment of ¥30,000,000 in capital from IG Port, Wada and Nakatake, who are reported to own 66.6%, 21.6% and 10.0% equity in the studio respectively.[3][4]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Director Format Episodes Notes
2013–ongoing Attack on Titan Tetsurō Araki
Masashi Koizuka[5]
TV Series 61 + 8 OVA Adapted from Hajime Isayama's manga of the same name
2014–2015 Hozuki's Coolheadedness Hiro Kaburaki TV Series 13 + 3 OVA Adapted from Natsumi Eguchi's manga of the same name
2015 The Rolling Girls Kotomi Deai TV Series 12 Original work
2015 Seraph of the End Daisuke Tokudo TV Series 24 + 1 OVA Adapted from Takaya Kagami's manga of the same name
2016 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress Tetsurō Araki TV Series 12 Original work
2017–2018 The Ancient Magus' Bride Norihiro Naganuma TV Series 24 Adapted from Kore Yamazaki's manga of the same name
2018 After the Rain Ayumu Watanabe TV Series 12 Adapted from Jun Mayuzuki's manga of the same name
2019 Vinland Saga Shuhei Yabuta TV Series TBA Adapted from Makoto Yukimura's manga of the same name

Films[edit]

Year Title Director Format Episodes Notes
2013 Hal Ryōtarō Makihara Film
2014–2015 Attack on Titan – Part 1: Crimson Bow and Arrow
Attack on Titan – Part 2: Wings of Freedom
Tetsurō Araki Film Recap films of the anime series' first season
2015 The Empire of Corpses Ryōtarō Makihara Film Part of Project Itoh
2016–2017 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress - Part 1: Gathering Light
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress - Part 2: Burning Life
Tetsurō Araki Film Recap films of Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress
2017–2018 Laughing Under the Clouds Gaiden Tetsuya Wakano Film 3 Adapted from Karakara-Kemuri's manga Laughing Under the Clouds
2018 Attack on Titan: The Roar of Awakening Tetsurō Araki
Masashi Koizuka
Film Recap film of the anime series' second season
2018 Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us Tetsuo Yajima Film Follow-up to 2017's Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!
Collaboration with OLM
2019 Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: Unato Decisive Battle Tetsurō Araki Film Sequel to Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress

OVAs[edit]

Year Title Director Format Episodes Notes
2014–2015 Attack on Titan: No Regrets Tetsurō Araki OVA 2 Adapted from Gun Snark's manga of the same name
2016 Star Fox Zero: The Battle Begins Kyoji Asano ONA Short film adapted from the video game Star Fox Zero
2016–2017 The Ancient Magus' Bride: Those Awaiting a Star Norihiro Naganuma OVA 3 Adapted from Kore Yamazaki's manga The Ancient Magus' Bride
2017–2018 Attack on Titan: Lost Girls Tetsurō Araki
Masashi Koizuka
OVA 3 Adapted from Hiroshi Seko's novel of the same name

Video games[edit]

Year Title Publisher Format Notes
2017 Tales of the Rays Bandai Namco[6] Mobile Game Opening Animation/Cutscenes
2018 Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri -Ran- Hajimaru Michiato DMM Games Mobile Game Opening Animation

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "WIT STUDIO Company" (in Japanese). WIT STUDIO. Retrieved September 22, 2013.
  2. ^ Marina (March 29, 2016). "Sakura-Con 2016 – Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress and More by WIT Studio". wordpress.com. Retrieved February 14, 2017.
  3. ^ "IG Port Founds New Animation Planning and Production Subsidiary". Retrieved April 20, 2012.
  4. ^ "IGポート アニメ企画・制作子会社設立 「戦国BASARA」などのプロデューサー役員に". Retrieved April 20, 2012.
  5. ^ "進撃!巨人中学校×進撃の巨人"進撃祭"Reading & Live Event イベントレポート". Retrieved July 4, 2016.
  6. ^ "テイルズオブザレイズ -Tales of the Rays- Official Website" (in Japanese). Retrieved February 14, 2017.

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