Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 9, 2014 to Mar 26, 2015
Premiered: Fall 2014
Broadcast: Thursdays at 23:30 (JST)
Producers: Sotsu, Movic, Warner Bros. Japan, KlockWorx, Showgate, Infinite, Imagine
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: P.A. Works
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Duration: 24 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Dual Audio, Eng Sub
This is an anime about making anime.
There’s a sequel movie coming in a few weeks!
What’s new? The dual audio encode! Made from my own remux of the JPBD video and the dub added from USBD with modified LNS subtitles taken from CTR’s release. I also made a signs and songs track to be watched with the dubbed audio track.
taskforce and Lupin the Nerd for the USBD
and… can’t remember where I got the JPBD from lmao
Characters & Voice Actors
OP2: #2: “COLORFUL BOX” by Yoko Ishida (eps 2-11)
OP3: #3: “Takarabako -TREASURE BOX- (宝箱-TREASURE BOX-)” by Masami Okui (eps 13-22)
ED1: #1: “COLORFUL BOX” by Yoko Ishida (ep 1)
ED2: #2: “Animetic Love Letter” by Aoi Miyamori (Juri Kimura), Ema Yasuhara (Haruka Yoshimura), Shizuka Sakaki (Haruka Chisuga) (eps 2-12)
ED3: #3: “Platinum Jet (プラチナジェット)” by Doughnut◎Quintet (どーなつ◎くいんてっと) (eps 13, 15-18, 20-24)
ED4: #4: “Yama Harinezumi Andes Chucky (山はりねずみアンデスチャッキー)” by Miyuki Kunitake (ep 19)
Would you like to learn about how the thing you’re watching is made? Give this a go.
Aoi is perfect.
Insightful look into the anime industry. I developed a lot of sympathy for animators and everyone working on series while watching this.
A beautiful and insightful love letter to anime and the people who make it, an abesolute must see for those intested in anime production!
Good watch but don’t take it too seriously or you’ll spend the show asking why half the characters haven’t been fired already
5 girls all want to work on anime in the future. This is the story of how anime is made and how they fight to achieve those difficult dreams
Not as insightful into goings ons of the anime industry as much as it could be, but it does a good job humanizing the people in that field.