J.C.Staff mark anniversary with video celebrating all their anime

J.C.Staff are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, and what better way to put a pin in the occasion than with a video of all the anime they’ve produced since 1986? See how many you can name (we got 18!).

Tomoyuki Miyata’s studio, the J.C. standing for Japan Creative, had its first release with the Yotoden OAV in 1987. We can now thank them for the animation on The Familiar of ZeroA Certain Magical IndexRevolutionary Girl UtenaFood Wars! and Toradora, and that’s just to name a few. Most recently they’ve been continuing the WIXOSS magical girl card-game series with this fall’s Lostorage incited WIXOSS. The 20th anniversary video ends with a nod “to the next ten years”. We certainly can’t wait to see what they have in store for us.

4 Comments on J.C.Staff mark anniversary with video celebrating all their anime

  1. I lost count because I was distracted by the prettiness. Oh well, that was a fun exercise and a good trip down memory lane, and there’s about three anime that I saw in there that I haven’t watched in forever that I now want to go watch. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I got 15 and was sorta sure about 3 more. A lot of the PV took me back! Thanks.

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