Ode to Anime Studios – Madhouse

Strangely, I don’t know that much about Madhouse, despite it being one of my favourite studios… If I were to rate my favourite studios, Bones comes first but Madhouse comes second. Even if I do have a few Bones titles that I haven’t outright enjoyed (lookin’ at you, Heroman!), Bones has a real panache for... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – Toei Animation

Due to other commitments, I’ve been holding on to the same library books for a few months now, including the same anime reference books I keep using for this segment…Thank goodness for loan renewals. Toei is one of the biggest companies in the history of anime – to start, it’s one of the oldest anime... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – C-Station

Gotta shine that spotlight on lesser-known studios every once in a while… C-Station is one of those studios that doesn’t really hold that many credits to its name – its most popular show ever is this season’s YuruCamp (Seasonal Prattle 2018), and that goes for me as well because StarMyu is still on my plan... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – Sunrise

You know how I said in the Must-read Monthly Monday for this month how I'd be getting to my 2018 regular routine soon? It still hasn't happened yet, but I'm already starting to doubt my choices (since I chose to deal with Japanese from two different perspectives for this part of the year - one... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – TROYCA

Idolish7’s true debut is this month, so get out your glowsticks and let’s talk TROYCA! Studio TROYCA is a bit of an anomaly in that they’re quite the unknown quantity. They’re fairly new, having only started business in 2013, but they have quite the impressive resume already. From their lesser-known resume, TROYCA’s had a hand... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – Studio Comet

Why Studio Comet and not a more renowned studio after Bones? Well, Studio Comet were responsible for the visuals on Boueibu season 2 and the Boueibu OVA, and I hadn’t heard of them prior to those two stints. According to Anime News Network, Studio Comet has done a lot of in-between animation or second key animation,... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – Bones

Let’s refresh this old series with one of my favourite studios. As a person who watches anime mostly with the volume off, I feel like anime studios are somewhat underrated. They are the groups that bring the source material to life, and while there's truly more than that in the industry, what reaches my eyeballs... Continue Reading →

Ode to Anime Studios – Manglobe

[Meta context: First published on December 25th 2015, this was the only post for the Ode to Anime Studios series which should apply to the "archive" tag here. It is edited slightly for understanding and due to its age, it does not indicate the quality of future Ode to Anime Studios posts. You can find the... Continue Reading →

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