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Media Factory

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Parent company  Kadokawa Corporation
Official website  mediafactory.jp
Founded  1 December 1986
Number of employees  168 (2010)
No. of employees  168 (as of 2010)
Headquarters  Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Revenue  13.94 billion JPY (2005)
Country of origin  Japan
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Headquarters location  Shibuya, Tokyo Shibuya East NBF 3-3-5
Key people  Toshiyuki Yoshihara (Representative Director)
Publication types  Publishing, film, music, video games
Parent organizations  Kadokawa Corporation, Recruit
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Media Factory (メディアファクトリー, Mediafakutorī), formerly Media Factory, Inc. (株式会社メディアファクトリー, Kabushiki gaisha Mediafakutorī) is a Japanese publisher and brand company of Kadokawa Corporation. It was founded on December 1, 1986, and its headquarters are situated in Shibuya, Tokyo. It is a subsidiary of Recruit Co., Ltd. Media Factory was possibly the first anime distributor to ask for sites to not link to fansub of any anime licensed by the company. On October 12, 2011, Media Factory was purchased by Kadokawa Corporation for ¥8,000,000,000. Media Factory also has a monthly manga magazine, Monthly Comic Alive, and its own light novel imprint, MF Bunko J. Media factory is also holds the license for the distribution of The 39 Clues in Japan. Media Factory ceased being a kabushiki gaisha as well as retired the Pokémon anime series on October 1, 2013 when it was merged with eight other companies to become a brand company of Kadokawa Corporation.

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Magazines

  • Monthly Comic Alive
  • Monthly Comic Flapper
  • Monthly Comic Gene
  • Anime series

    The following anime and manga titles are associated with Kadokawa Corporation / Media Factory

  • Absolute Duo (Manga, TV)
  • Akane Maniax (OAV)
  • Area 88 (TV, manga)
  • Aquarion Evol (manga)
  • ATASHIn'CHI (movie)
  • Baka and Test (TV)
  • Brave 10 (TV)
  • Burst Angel (TV)
  • Candy Boy (manga)
  • Dance in the Vampire Bund (manga)
  • D-Frag! (TV)
  • Divergence Eve (TV)
  • Dokkoida?! (TV)
  • Fantastic Children (TV)
  • Gad Guard (TV)
  • Gankutsuou (TV)
  • Gate Keepers (TV)
  • Genshiken (TV)
  • Gift ~eternal rainbow~ (TV)
  • Ginga Reppuu Baxinger (TV)
  • Ginga Senpuu Braiger (TV)
  • Ginga Shippu Sasuraiger (TV)
  • Gravion (TV)
  • Green Green (OVA)
  • Highschool DxD (TV)
  • Ikki Tousen (TV)
  • Kage Kara Mamoru! (TV)
  • Kamisama Kazoku (TV)
  • Kanokon (TV, OAV)
  • Kimi ga Nozomu Eien (TV)
  • Kujibiki Unbalance (OAV)
  • Kurau: Phantom Memory (TV)
  • Mai, the Psychic Girl (manga)
  • Maria Holic (TV)
  • Mouse (TV)
  • Najica Blitz Tactics (TV, manga)
  • No Game No Life (TV, manga)
  • Overlord
  • Okusama wa Mahou Shoujo (TV)
  • Plawres Sanshiro (TV)
  • Pokémon - Destiny Deoxys (movie)
  • Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker (movie)
  • Pokémon 4Ever (movie)
  • Project A-ko (movie)
  • Project A-ko 2: Plot of the Daitokuji Financial Group (OAV)
  • Project A-ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody (OAV)
  • Project A-ko 4: Final (OAV)
  • A-Ko The Versus (OAV)
  • Pugyuru (TV)
  • Queen's Blade (TV, OAV)
  • RahXephon (TV, OAV, movie)
  • Reign: The Conqueror (TV)
  • School Rumble (TV)
  • Shura no Toki (TV)
  • Soul Eater (TV)
  • Sousei no Aquarion (TV)
  • Strawberry Panic! (TV) - Sponsor, DVD sales
  • Tenbatsu Angel Rabbie (OAV)
  • The World of Narue (TV)
  • Translucent (manga)
  • Twin Spica (TV, manga)
  • UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie (TV)
  • UFO Princess Valkyrie 2 (TV)
  • UFO Princess Valkyrie Deluxe (OAV)
  • Unbreakable Machine-Doll (TV)
  • Vandread (TV)
  • Vandread Taidouhen (OAV)
  • Vandread: The Second Stage (TV)
  • Wandaba Style (TV)
  • Zaion: I Wish You Were Here (TV)
  • Zero no Tsukaima (Manga, TV)
  • References

    Media Factory Wikipedia