Bandai Visual

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Bandai Visual Co., Ltd. (Formerly known as AE Planing (August 1983 – March 1989), Network Frontier (1984–1988) and Bandai Media (1988 – October 1992), was a Japanese anime, film production and distribution enterprise, established by Bandai Company, Limited and a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings, Inc.wikipedia
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Lantis (company)

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Its subsidiaries include the Emotion Music Company, Limited (whose logos also include the Moai from Easter Island), and Lantis Company, Limited music publishing labels.
It was established on November 26, 1999, and in May 2006, it was bought by, and became subsidized into Bandai Visual, an animation subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings.

Bandai Namco Arts

In February 2018, it was announced Bandai Visual would be merged with Lantis into a new branch of BNH, called Bandai Namco Arts.
BANDAI NAMCO Arts Inc. is a Japanese company formed by the merger of Bandai Visual and its subsidiary Lantis by its owner Bandai Namco Holdings in February 2018.

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Bandai Visual USA's anime products were distributed in North America initially by Image Entertainment and later, Geneon Entertainment USA and in Europe by Beez Entertainment.
Pioneer also worked with Funimation for the Ocean dub of Dragon Ball Z and Bandai Entertainment for Monkey Magic before both companies started to produce their own DVDs later.

Actas

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In September 2017, Bandai Visual has acquired the anime studio Actas.
In September 2017, Bandai Visual has announced that it had acquired Actas.

Discotek Media

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Many former Bandai Entertainment titles have been re-licensed by other companies like Funimation, Aniplex of America, Discotek Media, Media Blasters, Nozomi Entertainment, Ponycan USA, Viz Media, Maiden Japan, NIS America & Sentai Filmworks.

Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise

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Their titles were released under the Honnêamise label (named after their Bandai Visual's first production, Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise).
The Daicon Film staff had met Watanabe earlier through their related fan merchandise company General Products, during his involvement with product planning for Bandai's “Real Hobby Series” figurines, a position that during 1982-83 had led Watanabe into developing Mamoru Oshii’s Dallos, a project that would become the first OVA in the anime industry, released through Bandai’s then-new home video label Emotion.

Aim for the Ace!

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The episodes of the first series were released in two DVD box set by Bandai Visual on May 25, 2001, and August 25, 2001.

Patlabor: The Movie

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It was produced by Bandai Visual, Tohokushinsha and animated by Tatsunoko's subsidiary studio I.G. Tatsunoko (later Production I.G) and Studio Deen.

Media Blasters

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Many former Bandai Entertainment titles have been re-licensed by other companies like Funimation, Aniplex of America, Discotek Media, Media Blasters, Nozomi Entertainment, Ponycan USA, Viz Media, Maiden Japan, NIS America & Sentai Filmworks.

Mobile Suit Gundam

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Hoping to capitalize on the success of Gundam Wing from the previous year, Bandai Entertainment released a heavily edited and English-dubbed version of Mobile Suit Gundam, premiering on Cartoon Network's Toonami weekday afternoon after-school action programming block across the United States on Monday, July 23, 2001.

RLJE Films

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Bandai Visual USA's anime products were distributed in North America initially by Image Entertainment and later, Geneon Entertainment USA and in Europe by Beez Entertainment.
In 2005, Image signed a distribution deal with Bandai Visual to distribute select anime titles under the Honneamise label.

Venus Wars

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In 1989, The Venus Wars was adapted into an anime film directed by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, and co-written by Yuichi Sasamoto and Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, and produced by Bandai Visual, Gakken, and Shochiku.

Patlabor 2: The Movie

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It was produced by Production I.G, Bandai Visual and Tohokushinsha.

Bandai Namco Holdings

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Bandai Visual Co., Ltd. (Formerly known as AE Planing (August 1983 – March 1989), Network Frontier (1984–1988) and Bandai Media (1988 – October 1992), was a Japanese anime, film production and distribution enterprise, established by Bandai Company, Limited and a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings, Inc.

Mobile Fighter G Gundam

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An English-language version produced by Bandai Entertainment aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's Toonami block beginning on August 5, 2002.

Sentai Filmworks

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Many former Bandai Entertainment titles have been re-licensed by other companies like Funimation, Aniplex of America, Discotek Media, Media Blasters, Nozomi Entertainment, Ponycan USA, Viz Media, Maiden Japan, NIS America & Sentai Filmworks.
Sunrise announced a licensing deal with Sentai Filmworks that included a number of titles from Sunrise’s library that were formerly licensed by Bandai Entertainment during its Otakon panel on August 8, 2013.

Macross Plus

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Both the OVA series and movie were released in Japan by Bandai Visual and in North America and Europe by Manga Entertainment.

Ghost in the Shell (1995 film)

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Ghost in the Shell was a Japanese-British international co-production, produced by Kodansha, Bandai Visual and Manga Entertainment, with animation provided by Production I.G.

Mobile Suit Gundam 0083: Stardust Memory

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Gundam 0083:Stardust Memory was licensed in North America by Bandai Entertainment and was available on VHS and DVD.

Devilman

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It was followed by Devilman: Demon Bird Sirène, released in February 25, 1990 by Bandai Visual.

Clamp School Detectives

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Clamp School Detectives (CLAMP学園探偵団) a.k.a. CLAMP Campus Detectives is a manga series by Clamp, which was adapted into a 26-episode anime series, produced by Bandai Visual and Studio Pierrot.

Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket

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Bandai Visual re-released the series three times; first, into two three-episode DVD volumes on December 18, 1999; then, as a DVD box set on April 22, 2011, as part of the "specially priced" DVD series "G-Selection"; and later on a Blu-Ray disc box set on August 29, 2017.

The Vision of Escaflowne

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The series was licensed for Region 1 release by Bandai Entertainment.

Getter Robo Armageddon

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, is a manga and OVA released in 1998 by Bandai Visual, based on the manga and anime series Getter Robo, created by Ken Ishikawa and Go Nagai.

Black Magic (manga)

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AIC, and Animate provided the animation/production while Bandai Visual was chosen as the distributor.