The DC animated universe (DCAU; also referred to as the Timmverse by fans) is the shared universe centered on a group of animated television series based on DC Comics, produced by Warner Bros. Animation from the early 1990s to mid-2000s; beginning with Batman: The Animated Series in 1992, temporarily ending with Justice League Unlimited in 2006 and returning with Batman and Harley Quinn in 2017. Some parts of the associated media franchise including direct-to-video feature films and shorts, comic books, video games and other multimedia adaptations are also included in the continuity.
DC Super Hero Girls or DC Superhero Girls (in various countries) is an American superhero action figure franchise created by Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment that launched in the third quarter of 2015.
At Super Hero High School, well-known DC heroes, both male and female, attend challenging classes and deal with all the awkwardness of growing up with the added stress of having unique superpowers.
2018-05-16 Added Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High & DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis
The DC Universe Animated Original Movies (also known as DC Universe Original Movies) are direct-to-video film projects being created by Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Animation, and DC Comics with the help of producers such as Bruce Timm.
Unlike earlier animated DC films (most of which also involved Bruce Timm and were part of the DC animated universe), the films in the line are aimed at a more adult audience, often containing profane language, stronger violence, sexual scenes and more mature themes.
Media produced, written, and/or directed by Edgar Wright.
☐ I Want to Get into the Movies (Short)
☐ Carbolic Soap (Short)
☐ The Unparkables (Short)
☐ Rolf Harris Saves the World (Short)
☐ Forced Hilarity (Short)
☐ Keep the Home Fires Burning (MV)
☐ After Hours (MV)
☐ Psychosis Safari (MV)
☑ Blue Song (MV)
☐ Summer (MV)
☐ Bastardo (MV)
☑ Gust of Wind (MV)
☐ Colors (MV)
Key is a Japanese visual novel studio under Visual Arts founded by Jun Maeda, Shinji Orito, and Itaru Hinoue. They are known for making dramatic and plot-oriented visual novels
Anime with collaboration by visual novel studio Key. Works are grouped by series in the order they were released as games. Angel Beats and Charlotte are original works.
Lego movies, TV, and shorts. Somewhat complete, grouped by series.
- Clutch Powers
- Lego Elves
- Lego Friends
- Hero Factory
- Lego Movie
- Lego Ninjago
- Lego Scooby-Doo
- Lego The Simpsons
- Lego Star Wars
- Lego Super Heroes DC
- Lego Super Heroes Marvel
2018-07-10 Updated and sorted by series
Series in the Nanoha franchise, ordered by release date.
Not on list (Need to be added to TVDB):
☑ Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha: Lyrical Toy Box
☐ Triangle Heart: Sazanami Joshi Ryo
☐ Triangle Heart: Sweet Songs Forever
Haruhi episodes in the order they take place chronologically. Much less confusing, but maybe something is lost by this approach.
Minna no Uta (みんなのうた), literally Everyone's Songs (English title: Songs for Everyone), is a five-minute NHK TV and radio program which is broadcast several times daily. The program started on April 3, 1961. It is one of NHK's long-running programs.
The program is generally used as filler between programs. While many of the episodes are aimed at children, a large percentage are not, so the program enjoys a wide audience.
The program is used to introduce new songs from popular and new singers, as well as to highlight the talents of various animators and directors. A list of upcoming and currently airing episodes is listed monthly in magazines such as Animage and Newtype.
A very incomplete list of music videos featured on NHK's Minna no Uta.
A challenge from MAL's Anime Watching Challenges group. Includes Ghibli films and other creations by the founders of Studio Ghibli.
Details & Extras:
Not on list:
☑ #09 - Choujuu Giga (CM)
☑ #48 - Nisshin Seifun Group CM
☑ #66 - Taiko no Tatsujin: 15 Shuunenkinen Short Animation (CM)
Media in the Evangelion series, in release order
☐ Director's Cut of episodes 21-24
☐ Evangelion 3D (Short)
☑ Peaceful Times (F02) Petit Film (MV)
☐ Beautiful World (MV)
☐ Sakura Nagashi (MV)
TV and movies starring fictional scientist Bernard Quatermass. Grouped by series.
Original BBC Serials:
* The Quatermass Experiment (1953)
* Quatermass II (1955)
* Quatermass and the Pit (1958)
* The Quatermass Xperiment (1955)
* Quatermass 2 (1957)
* Quatermass and the Pit (1967)
* Quatermass (1979)
* The Quatermass Experiment (2005)
The Red Curtain Trilogy is the title given to the first three films directed by Baz Luhrmann.
The films do not form a trilogy in the traditional sense, as there is no relationship between the plot of each film. Instead, the Red Curtain Trilogy has been described by Luhrmann as following a specific filmmaking technique. Each film contains a theatre motif that reappears throughout the film. Dance is used in the first film, poetry and language in the second and song in the third.
The Sailor Moon musicals, commonly referred to as SeraMyu, are a series of live theatre productions based on the Sailor Moon manga by Naoko Takeuchi. The series consists of 31 musicals which have had more than 800 performances since the show opened in the summer of 1993. The producers generally follow and expand upon plot concepts presented in the anime and manga, however there are also several original plot lines.
A complete list of Sailor Moon musicals released on video
Star Wars canonical and spin-off stories by release date
Christmas episodes in anime, a non-exhaustive list
Some of the resources used:
The Young Animator Training Project (若手アニメーター育成プロジェクト Wakate Animētā Ikusei Purojekuto) is an annual project launched in 2010, and funded by the Japanese government's Agency for Cultural Affairs in order to support training animators. The project culminates in a series of anime shorts produced by various animation studios each year.