Super Mario Amada anime series is a series of three direct-to-video OVAs licensed by Nintendo, produced by Studio Junio, and released on VHS tapes on August 3, 1989 exclusively in Japan. The plot of the episodes involve characters from the Mario franchise in the stories of three Japanese fairy tales: Momotarō, Issun-bōshi and Snow White.
Dragon Century is a Japanese 2-episode OVA anime series that was created by Ryuukihei and produced and animated by the Anime International Company. The plot takes place in Hokkaido in 1990, where a series of murders take place and dragons suddenly begin appearing in the skies. The Japanese SDF begins shooting the dragons out of the sky, holding them responsible for the murders. Following that, a troubled young girl named Riko is suddenly entrusted with the care of a hatchling dragon, hoping to raise him for destruction, but soon learns there is more to the dragons than she first learned. It was originally released on laserdisc in Japan in 1988 and then it was eventually subtitled in English by: U.S. Renditions and released in VHS format in the United States/Canada in 1996. No official anime was made after the OVA, and there were only 2 episodes released overall. The opening and ending theme was performed by Jpop singer Midori Karashima.
Ultra Protection is a 1999 Hong Kong modern serial drama produced by TVB and starring Bowie Lam, Marianne Chan, Cheung Siu-fai and Angie Cheung.
Robotskin is a Flash-animated television series and the television commercial of the same name. The television series began on 21 August 2007
Katorse is a television primetime series that aired on ABS-CBN from August 24, 2009 to January 8, 2010. It tells the story of a simple small-town girl who fell in love with a childhood friend who later fathers a child with her. It is loosely based on a 1981 film of the same name starring Dina Bonnevie, Gabby Concepcion and Alfie Anido.
Robo Formers was a series of VHS videos distributed in the 1980s and 1990s. The episodes revolve around the Evil Empire of the Pandamoniums and their attempts to take over the Earth to which the Robo Formers team stands in their way as defenders of the planet. The episodes themselves were taken from the cartoon series Starvengers which itself was the English title for the Japanese animated series Getter Robo G. Starvengers was produced by Jim Terry under his Force Five anime series line-up. Robo Formers was a redub of Starvengers. One exception was a single episode of Robo Formers that was redubbed from Gaiking, another of Jim Terry's Force Five series. The Robo Formers videos have no distributor information on the box although FB Productions appears on the inside of the box. The packaging designer is Can-Vision. Each title begins with the word "star".
National Kid is a Japanese TV series produced by Toei Company in 1960. Created by mangaka Daiji Kazumine, it was commissioned by Panasonic, then known as Matsushita Electric, to promote the National brand. Although not very famous in Japan, the series has obtained cult status in Brazil, where it was very popular.
Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas, also known globally as Avisala Encantadia: Love Until the End is the third and the last installment of the Encantadia. It depicts the continuing story of the four royal Diwata sisters, Sang'gres Pirena, Amihan, Alena, and Danaya, along with King Ybrahim of Sapiro, in the enchanted world of Encantadia as they face the repercussions of their previous journey through Encantadia's history. The pilot episode aired on February 20, 2006 and the series ended on April 28, 2006.
Astro Plan, known in China as Space Adventures and informally in Japan as Star Field War Record Astro Plan, is a science fiction mecha animated series created by Guangzhou-based toy firm Xing Yuan. Hailed as "China's first sci-fi animation", the series premiered on Chinese television on January 16, 2010 through Hunan TV's Golden Eagle Channel and ended in mid-February with a total of 26 episodes. It has received mixed reviews and is often criticized by anime fans for being derivative of anime titles such as Macross Frontier and Mobile Suit Gundam 00.
Green Rose is a critically acclaimed Philippine television drama that aired on ABS-CBN. from February 14, 2011 to May 27, 2011 It is a remake of the Korean drama of the same title aired by SBS.