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  • 1. Bang Zoom! Entertainment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bang Zoom! Entertainment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bang! Zoom is also the title of an album by Bobby McFerrin.Bang Zoom! Entertainment TypePrivateIndustryTV productionFounded1993HeadquartersBurbank, CaliforniaWebsiteOfficial site Bang Zoom! Entertainment is an audio post-production studio with its headquarters in Burbank, California in Greater Los Angeles. It has worked on several anime, video games, feature films, and directly-to-DVD projects.[1] It is best known as a dubbing company, providing English voice-over work for Japanese anime for companies, notably for Bandai Entertainment, Geneon Entertainment, Manga Entertainment, Media Blasters, Aniplex, Viz Media and Sentai Filmworks. Contents1 Adventures in Voice Acting2 Production List2.1 Anime2.2 Animation2.3 Video Games2.4 Live-Action Dubbing3 Controversy3.1 CEO's comments on the anime industry4 References5 External links Adventures in Voice Acting[edit]Main article: Adventures in Voice Acting Bang Zoom! Entertainment released a series of interviews with "close to 100 [voice] actors, producers, and casting directors" on DVD, titled Adventures in Voice Acting: Anime, Games and Animation. Many of the interviews took place on set and in their respective studios. The trailer announced many of the voice actors that would appear on the DVD, including Steven Blum, Wendee Lee, Tom Kenny and many others. In 2009, Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter also did voice acting for fun from the Bang Zoom studio on NBC's Tonight Show visiting their studio and providing satirical alternate dubs for Ghost in the Shell and Blood: The Last Vampire. In 2013, O'Brien and Richter, now on TBS returned again to provide satirical dubs for Princess Pearl.[2] Production List[edit] Anime[edit]5 Centimeters Per Second (Bandai Entertainment/Crunchyroll)Accel World (Viz Media)Ai Yori Aoshi (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)AIKa R-16: Virgin Mission (Bandai Entertainment)Apocalypse Zero (Media Blasters)Arc the Lad (ADV Films)Argento Soma (Bandai Entertainment)Ayakashi Ayashi (Bandai Entertainment)Babel II (Beyond Infinity - 13 Episodes) (Media Blasters)Blue Exorcist (Aniplex of America)Burn Up Scramble (Geneon Entertainment)Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie 2 - The Sealed Card (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Chobits (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Cosmo Warrior Zero (Media Blasters)Durarara!! (Aniplex of America)The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya (Bandai Entertainment)Eureka Seven (Bandai Entertainment)?(C)X-Driver (OAV's: Media Blasters, Danger Zone & Movie: Geneon Entertainment)Fafner in the Azure (Geneon Entertainment)The Familiar of Zero (Geneon Entertainment)Fate/stay night (Geneon Entertainment)Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works (Sentai Filmworks)Fate/Zero (Aniplex of America)Figure 17 (Media Blasters)FLAG (Bandai Entertainment)Gad Guard (Geneon Entertainment)Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo (Geneon Entertainment)Gestalt (Media Blasters)Ghost Slayers Ayashi (Bandai
  • 2. Entertainment)Guardian of the Sacred Spirit (Media Blasters)Gun Frontier (Media Blasters)Gundress (Media Blasters)Gungrave (Geneon Entertainment)Hanaukyo Maid Team: La Verite (Geneon Entertainment)Har?(C)+Guu (AnimeNation/AN Entertainment)Heat Guy J (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Here is Greenwood (Media Blasters)I'll/CKBC (Media Blasters)Idol Project (Media Blasters)IGPX (Bandai Entertainment)Jungle de Ikou! (Media Blasters)K-On! (Season 1: Bandai Entertainment, Season 2, Movie: Sentai Filmworks)Kannazuki no Miko (Geneon Entertainment)Karas (Manga Entertainment)Kite Liberator (Media Blasters)Kurogane Communication (Media Blasters)Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne (Viz Media)Last Exile (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Love Hina Again (Production I.G/Bandai Entertainment)Love Hina Christmas Special - Silent Eve (Production I.G/Bandai Entertainment)Lucky " Star (Bandai Entertainment)Lunar Legend Tsukihime (Geneon Entertainment)Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (Aniplex of America)Magic Knight Rayearth (Media Blasters)Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha/Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's (Geneon Entertainment)Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Mahoromatic: Something Beautiful (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Mahoromatic: I'm Home (Sentai Filmworks)Ground Defense Force! Mao-chan (Production I.G/Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Mars Daybreak (Bandai Entertainment)The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (Bandai Entertainment)Mezzo Forte (Media Blasters)Mirage of Blaze (Media Blasters)Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (Bandai Entertainment)New Getter Robo (Geneon Entertainment)Nightwalker (Central Park Media)Ninja Cadets (Media Blasters)Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan (Viz Media)Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror (Production I.G/Funimation Entertainment)Omishi Magical Theater: Risky Safety (AN Entertainment)Otogi Zoshi (Media Blasters)Overman King Gainer (Bandai Entertainment)Paradise Kiss (Geneon Entertainment)Persona 4 The Animation (Sentai Filmworks)Le Portrait de Petit Cossette (Geneon Entertainment)Phantom the Animation (Media Blasters)Planetes (Bandai Entertainment)Please Teacher! (Bandai Entertainment)Please Twins! (Bandai Entertainment)Puella Magi Madoka Magica (Aniplex of America)Redline (Manga Entertainment)Resident Evil: Damnation (Capcom/Sony Pictures)Rozen Maiden (Seasons 1-2: Geneon Entertainment, OVA: Sentai Filmworks)Rurouni Kenshin (Media Blasters)Puppet Princess (Media Blasters)s-CRY-ed (Bandai Entertainment)Saiyuki Reload + Saiyuki Reload Gunlock (Geneon Entertainment)Sakura Wars: The Movie (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)Samurai Champloo (Geneon Entertainment)Samurai Girl: Real Bout High School (Tokyopop)Samurai: Hunt for the Sword (Media Blasters)Scrapped Princess (Bandai Entertainment)Space Pirate Captain Harlock The Endless Odyssey (Media Blasters)Squid Girl (Media Blasters)Space Battleship Yamato 2199 (Voyager Entertainment)Stellvia of the Universe (Geneon Entertainment)Strait Jacket (Media Blasters)Sword Art Online (Aniplex of America)Tekken: Blood Vengeance (Bandai Entertainment)Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (Bandai Entertainment)Tenjho Tenge (Geneon Entertainment)The Twelve Kingdoms (Media Blasters)Tokko (Manga Entertainment)Toradora! (NIS America)Treasure Island (TMS Entertainment)Tweeny Witches (Media Blasters)Vampire Knight (Viz Media)Vandread (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment)When They Cry (Geneon Entertainment)Wild Arms (ADV Films)Witch Hunter Robin (Bandai Entertainment)X (TV series) (Pioneer Entertainment/Geneon Entertainment) Animation[edit]Giselle Bundchen and the Green TeamMartha and FriendsRick and MortySecret Millionaires ClubEl Chavo (AF The Dubbing House) Video Games[edit].hack//G.U. Vol.2//Reminisce (Bandai/Bandai Namco Games).hack//G.U. Vol.3//Redemption (Bandai/Bandai Namco Games)Age of Elements (Atari)Ar tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel (NIS America)BlazBlue games (Aksys Games)Crimson Dragon (Microsoft Studios)Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (NIS America)Earthworm Jim (Sega)Eureka Seven vol.1: New Wave/Eureka Seven vol. 2: The New Vision (Bandai/Bandai Namco Games)Gods Eater Burst (D3 Publisher)Growlanser Generations (Working Designs)Hyperdimension Neptunia (NIS America)Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 (NIS America)Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (NIS America)IGPX (Bandai/Bandai Namco Games)League of Legends (Riot Games)LittleBigPlanet
  • 3. Karting (Sony Computer Entertainment)Magna Carta 2 (Bandai Namco Games)Majin and the Forsaken Kingdom (Bandai Namco Games)Rocket Knight (localization only) (Konami)Rune Factory Frontier (XSEED Games/Marvelous USA)Rune Factory 4 (XSEED Games/Marvelous USA)Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love (NIS America)Samurai Champloo: Sidetracked (Bandai/Bandai Namco Games)Section 8 (SouthPeak Interactive)Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (Sony Computer Entertainment)Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (Blizzard Entertainment)The Unfinished Swan (Sony Computer Entertainment)Trinity Universe (NIS America) Live-Action Dubbing[edit]Alive (Media Blasters)Little Sister (Miramax)Death Kappa (Media Blasters)Dead Sushi (Action Slate Releasing)Death Trance (Media Blasters)One Missed Call (Media Blasters)Reborn from Hell series (Media Blasters)Sky High (Media Blasters)Sumo Vixens (Central Park Media)Terminatrix (Central Park Media)Tokyo Decameron (Central Park Media)Tokyo Mafia series (Central Park Media)Tokyo Zombie (Manga Entertainment)Weather Woman (Central Park Media)Yohan: The Child WandererZeiram 2 (Media Blasters)Zero Woman (Media Blasters)Zero Woman: Assassin Lovers (Central Park Media) Controversy[edit] CEO's comments on the anime industry[edit] On April 26, 2010, Bang Zoom! Entertainment CEO Eric P. Sherman sent an open letter to anime fans via blog GoAnimeTV. In the letter, he stated that the company will most likely stop producing English dubs of anime titles in 2011 if the industry does not start showing improvement. He cited the fansubbing and pirating of anime content as the primary reason for Geneon Entertainment USA, Central Park Media and ADV Films closing their doors, as well as the January 2009 layoffs at Bandai Entertainment. Sherman also emphasized in the article that "anime is going to die" if fans do not start buying more content from the studios that license shows for distribution.[3][4] References[edit]^ "Concierge." Bang Zoom! Entertainment. Retrieved on May 17, 2010. "1100 North Hollywood Way Burbank, CA 91505"^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qUfvijnpok^ AnimeTV - Anime-R.I.P.^ Anime News Network - CEO: Bang Zoom! to Cease Anime Dubbing in 2011 Without Fan Support
  • 4. External links[edit] Greater Los Angeles portal Companies portal Anime and manga portalBang Zoom! Entertainment's official pageBang Zoom! Entertainment at Anime News Network's Encyclopediahttp://www.crystalacids.com/database/company/58/bang-zoo- -entertainment/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bang_Zoom!_Entertainment http://www.miamiherald.com/business/