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is an animation studio based in Tokyo
, ; officially , is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan. Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the largest metropolitan area of Japan. It is the seat of the Japanese government and the Imperial Palace, and the home of the Japanese Imperial Family...
Japan is an island nation in East Asia. Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south...
. It was established January 21, 1986.
- Hiroshi Kanazawa
is an anime character designer and animator who currently works for Studio Comet. Along with Noboru Ishiguro, Norio Yazawa, Tōru Komori and Kazunori Tanahashi, he was a member of the Japan Art Bureau until it folded...
(animation director, character designer)
- Kazuo Harada
This is the article about the anime producer, audio director, and sound effects director. For the Puffy AmiYumi character, see Kaz Harada. was an anime producer, audio director, and sound effects director in Japan who has worked with Studio Comet, NAS, and Tsuchida Production.-Works:*Ashita Tenki...
(animation producer, sound effects and audio director)
- Shin Misawa (animation Kantoku)
This is an alphabetic list of the shows on which Studio Comet has worked.
- Art of Fighting
is a trilogy of competitive fighting game titles that were released for the Neo Geo platform in the early 1990s. It was the second fighting game franchise created by SNK, following the Fatal Fury series and is set in the same fictional universe...
(TV series, 1993)
- Baby Princess 3D Paradise Love (OVA, 2011)
- Battle Fighters Garō Densetsu (TV special, 1992)
- Bikkuriman 2000
Bukkuriman 2000 is an anime by Studio Comet that aired in the year 2000. It is the first anime fully animated digitally. At that time, there were other anime animated digitally part of the time like the 1997 remake of Dr. Slump....
(first digital production, TV series, 2000)
- Bowwow Celebrity Poodle Let's Go! Tetsunoshin (TV series, 2006)
is a Japanese sports manga and anime about kart racing by Masahito Soda. The manga won the Kodansha Manga Award for shōnen in 2005.The series consists of three separate arcs. The first is about Capeta's first experiences with kart racing at the age of 10...
(TV series, 2005-2006)
- Captain Tsubasa J
, also known as Flash Kicker, is a popular long running Japanese manga, animation, and video game series, originally created by Yōichi Takahashi in 1981...
(TV series, 1994–1995)
- Dragon Quest
is a 1989 Japanese animated television series based on the video game series of the same name.The complete series boxset was released on 10 September 2006. Only 13 Episodes were shown in the United States dubbed in English by Saban Entertainment.- Plot :...
(TV series, 1989–1991)
- Dr. Rin ni Kiitemite! (TV series, 2001)
- Hatsumei Boy Kanipan (TV series, 1998)
- Chō Hatsumei Boy Kanipan
is the title for second season of the anime series, Hatsumei Boy Kanipan, produced by Studio Comet. It consist a total of 21 episodes and was aired from February 5, 1999 to June 25, 1999 on TV Tokyo.-Summary:...
(TV series, 1999)
- Highschool! Kimen-gumi (TV series (from ep.9, working with Gallop
, sometimes credited as Studio Gallop, is a Japanese animation studio.-Production:*Touch *Tekkamen wo oe! Dartanyan Monogatari Yori *Kiteretsu Daihyakka *Gaki Deka...
- High School Mystery Gakuen Nana Fushigi (TV series, 1991)
- Humanoid Monster Bem (TV series, 2006)
- Initial D
is a manga by Shuichi Shigeno which has been serialized in Kodansha's Young Magazine since 1995. It has been adapted into a long-running anime series by OB Planning, Studio Comet, Studio Gallop, Pastel, and A.C.G.T, and a live action film by Avex and Media Asia...
(TV series, 1998; with Studio Gallop on behalf of Pastel)
- Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
Kirby: of the stars, known in Japan Kirby right back at ya!', is an anime series based on Nintendo's Kirby franchise. The series was produced by Warpstar Inc., a company formed between a joint investment between Nintendo and HAL Laboratory, Inc.The series, which takes place in a village called...
(TV series, 2003)
is a magical girl anime series based on the Jewelpet franchise jointly created by Sanrio and Sega. The series was produced by Studio Comet and aired from April 5, 2009 to March 26, 2010 on TV Osaka and TV Tokyo, replacing Onegai My Melody Kirara★ in its initial timeslot...
(TV series, 2009)
- Jewelpet: Tinkle (TV series, 2010)
- Kero Kero Chime
is a manga written by Maguro Fujita. A 30-episode anime series of the same title is based on the manga.-Plot:Aoi, a normal school boy, is cursed by a wizard named Makaeru from the Land of Frogs, who tells him that if he wants to remove the curse he is to find Mimori, who is later discovered to be...
(TV series, 1997)
- Maboroshi Mabo-chan (TV series, 1992)
- The Marshmallow Times
is a manga and a seven cell manga by Lun Lun Yamamoto. They were first published from 2004 to 2006 in the magazines Asahi Shōgakusei Shimbun and Asahi Chūgakusei Weekly , and subsequently adapted into anime series...
(TV series, 2004)
- Meimon! Dai San Yakyūbu (TV series, 1988–1989)
- Mizuiro Jidai
is manga series which was serialized in 1991 by Shogakukan Inc. in the shōjo manga magazine Ciao. An television anime version ran for 47 episodes in 1996/1997 on TV Tokyo. During the run of the anime a continuation of the story called "Shin Mizuiro Jidai" was run in Ciao Magazine. The series was...
(TV series, 1996)
- Mutsuen Meiryū Gaiden: Shura no Toki (TV series, 2004)
- Onegai My Melody
is an Japanese anime series based on the Sanrio character, My Melody. Produced by Studio Comet, it ran 3 April 2005 to 26 March 2006 on Animax, TV Osaka and TV Tokyo, spanning 52 episodes. A sequel, Onegai My Melody ~Kuru Kuru Shuffle!~, ran 2 April 2006 to 23 March 2007. With its next sequel,...
(TV series, 2005)
- Onegai My Melody: Kuru Kuru Shuffle (TV series, 2006)
- Onegai My Melody: Sukkiri (TV series, 2007)
- Onegai My Melody: Kirara (TV series, 2008)
- Peach Girl
is a Japanese shōjo manga series by Miwa Ueda. It was published in Japan by Kodansha in Bessatsu Friend from 1998 to 2003 and collected in 18 volumes...
(TV series, 2005)
- Samurai Shodown
Samurai Shodown, known as in Japan, is a competitive fighting game produced by SNK for their Neo Geo arcade and home platform. In contrast to other fighting games at the time which were set in modern times and focused primarily on hand-to-hand combat, Samurai Shodown is set in feudal-era Japan ...
(TV special, 1994)
- School Rumble
is a Japanese Shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Jin Kobayashi. First serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine from October 22, 2002 to July 23, 2008, all 345 chapters were later collected in 22 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha. Shōnen Magazine Special published a sequel, School Rumble Z,...
(TV series, 2004)
- School Rumble: Second Term (TV series, 2006)
- Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children
, commonly abbreviated as , is a Japanese console role-playing game metaseries which was originally based on the novel series Digital Devil Story by Aya Nishitani and has gone to become one of the major franchises of the genre in its native country...
(TV series (from ep.27) 2002–2003),
- Shōta no Sushi (TV special, 1999)
- Sora no Manimani
is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Mami Kashiwabara. The manga began serialization in the November 2005 issue of Kodansha's Afternoon manga magazine, and as of July 2010, eight bound volumes have been released in Japan...
(TV series, 2009)
is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Kouji Seo. The series is a character-driven romance story that uses the athletics of track and field as a subplot...
(TV series, 2005)
- Tsuide ni Tonchinkan
is a gag manga series by Koichi Endo which first appeared in Weekly Shōnen Jump in issues 49–50 in 1984, and then ran from 1985 through 1989 . There are 18 volumes of the manga. The manga was adapted into a 43–episode anime series which ran on Fuji TV from October 10, 1987 through October 1, 1988...
(TV series, 1987–1988)
- Tsuyoshi Shikkari Shinasai (TV series, 1992–1994)
is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Higuchi, which was adapted into a 39-episode anime television series, broadcast exclusively by the anime television network, Animax across Japan and South Korea....
(TV series, 2002)