History Creator / BeeTrain

9th May '16 4:16:58 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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In early 2008 (before the announcement of ''[=BotI=]''), word of mouth was that Bee Train was to animate ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', yet this rumor has since been debunked (instead, {{Creator/asread}} is doing an OVA).

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In early 2008 (before the announcement of ''[=BotI=]''), word of mouth was that Bee Train was to animate ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', ''Manga/FutureDiary'', yet this rumor has since been debunked (instead, {{Creator/asread}} is doing an OVA).
17th Apr '16 6:31:38 AM Koveras
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[[http://www.beetrain.co.jp/ Bee Train]] is a [[{{anime}} Japanese animation]] studio founded by ex-Creator/TatsunokoProduction employee Creator/KoichiMashimo in 1997 as a subsidiary of Creator/ProductionIG. The studio is probably best known for producing ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and their subsequent contributions to the GirlsWithGuns genre, as well as the ''Franchise/DotHack'' anime adaptations, most notably ''Anime/DotHackSign''. They're also infamous for taking a... "creative" approach to adapting manga titles (read: ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), causing much discontent amongst the original fandom. They previously had an animation sub-division known as Creator/CStation, whom assists Creator/SilverLink and others on their productions, and another called D-Station which appears to have gone defunct. They also have a animation farming studio known as Creator/StudioRoad, which has done work for companies like the aforementioned Production I.G, Creator/PAWorks and, to a lesser extent, Creator/A1Pictures.

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[[http://www.beetrain.co.jp/ Bee Train]] is a [[{{anime}} Japanese animation]] studio founded by ex-Creator/TatsunokoProduction employee Creator/KoichiMashimo in 1997 as a subsidiary of Creator/ProductionIG. The studio is probably best known for producing ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and their subsequent contributions to the GirlsWithGuns genre, as well as the ''Franchise/DotHack'' anime adaptations, most notably ''Anime/DotHackSign''. They're also infamous for taking a... "creative" approach to adapting manga titles (read: ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), causing much discontent amongst the original fandom. fandom.

They previously had an animation sub-division known as Creator/CStation, whom assists Creator/SilverLink and others on their productions, and another called D-Station which appears to have gone defunct. They also have a animation farming studio known as Creator/StudioRoad, which has done work for companies like the aforementioned Production I.G, Creator/PAWorks and, to a lesser extent, Creator/A1Pictures.


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The "Bee Train" label (and their website) have been dormant since 2012. Although no official statement has ever been released, it appears to be a result of a number of factors, including the founder Koichi Mashimo's apparent retirement from the industry in the same year and a shortage of major hit productions since Bee Train's split with Production I.G in 2007. Many of the studio's old staff seem to have moved over to the recently independent Creator/CStation ("B Train", "C-Station", geddit?).
9th Mar '16 8:49:11 PM Ominae
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* ''LightNovel/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'' (2nd Key Animation, In-Between Animation for episode 5)

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* ''LightNovel/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'' ''Literature/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'' (2nd Key Animation, In-Between Animation for episode 5)
23rd Feb '16 10:28:20 PM Ominae
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* ''Manga/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'' (2nd Key Animation, In-Between Animation for episode 5)

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* ''Manga/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'' ''LightNovel/TheCaseFilesOfYakushijiRyoko'' (2nd Key Animation, In-Between Animation for episode 5)
11th Feb '16 7:54:12 PM Adept
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* ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' (2002). Like ''Xenogears'', featured animated cut scenes directed and storyboard by animator KazuyaTsurumaki with director Mashimo. Also produced with P.A. Works.

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* ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' (2002). Like ''Xenogears'', featured animated cut scenes directed and storyboard by animator KazuyaTsurumaki Creator/KazuyaTsurumaki with director Mashimo. Also produced with P.A. Works.
21st Jan '16 8:27:14 PM Adept
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* ''Literature/PsychicDetectiveYakumo'' (2010). A LightNovel adaptation directed by the director of ''MurderPrincess''.

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* ''Literature/PsychicDetectiveYakumo'' (2010). A LightNovel adaptation directed by the director of ''MurderPrincess''.''Murder Princess''.
16th May '15 5:01:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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[[http://www.beetrain.co.jp/ Bee Train]] is a [[{{anime}} Japanese animation]] studio founded by ex-Creator/TatsunokoProduction employee KoichiMashimo in 1997 as a subsidiary of Creator/ProductionIG. The studio is probably best known for producing ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and their subsequent contributions to the GirlsWithGuns genre, as well as the ''Franchise/DotHack'' anime adaptations, most notably ''Anime/DotHackSign''. They're also infamous for taking a... "creative" approach to adapting manga titles (read: ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), causing much discontent amongst the original fandom. They previously had an animation sub-division known as Creator/CStation, whom assists Creator/SilverLink and others on their productions, and another called D-Station which appears to have gone defunct. They also have a animation farming studio known as Creator/StudioRoad, which has done work for companies like the aforementioned Production I.G, Creator/PAWorks and, to a lesser extent, Creator/A1Pictures.

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[[http://www.beetrain.co.jp/ Bee Train]] is a [[{{anime}} Japanese animation]] studio founded by ex-Creator/TatsunokoProduction employee KoichiMashimo Creator/KoichiMashimo in 1997 as a subsidiary of Creator/ProductionIG. The studio is probably best known for producing ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and their subsequent contributions to the GirlsWithGuns genre, as well as the ''Franchise/DotHack'' anime adaptations, most notably ''Anime/DotHackSign''. They're also infamous for taking a... "creative" approach to adapting manga titles (read: ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), causing much discontent amongst the original fandom. They previously had an animation sub-division known as Creator/CStation, whom assists Creator/SilverLink and others on their productions, and another called D-Station which appears to have gone defunct. They also have a animation farming studio known as Creator/StudioRoad, which has done work for companies like the aforementioned Production I.G, Creator/PAWorks and, to a lesser extent, Creator/A1Pictures.
10th Apr '15 8:33:22 PM nombretomado
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In early 2008 (before the announcement of ''[=BotI=]''), word of mouth was that Bee Train was to animate ''MiraiNikki'', yet this rumor has since been debunked (instead, {{Creator/asread}} is doing an OVA).

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In early 2008 (before the announcement of ''[=BotI=]''), word of mouth was that Bee Train was to animate ''MiraiNikki'', ''Manga/MiraiNikki'', yet this rumor has since been debunked (instead, {{Creator/asread}} is doing an OVA).
6th Jan '15 1:45:06 PM nombretomado
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[[http://www.beetrain.co.jp/ Bee Train]] is a [[{{anime}} Japanese animation]] studio founded by ex-Creator/TatsunokoProduction employee KoichiMashimo in 1997 as a subsidiary of ProductionIG. The studio is probably best known for producing ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and their subsequent contributions to the GirlsWithGuns genre, as well as the ''Franchise/DotHack'' anime adaptations, most notably ''Anime/DotHackSign''. They're also infamous for taking a... "creative" approach to adapting manga titles (read: ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), causing much discontent amongst the original fandom. They previously had an animation sub-division known as Creator/CStation, whom assists Creator/SilverLink and others on their productions, and another called D-Station which appears to have gone defunct. They also have a animation farming studio known as Creator/StudioRoad, which has done work for companies like the aforementioned Production I.G, Creator/PAWorks and, to a lesser extent, Creator/A1Pictures.

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[[http://www.beetrain.co.jp/ Bee Train]] is a [[{{anime}} Japanese animation]] studio founded by ex-Creator/TatsunokoProduction employee KoichiMashimo in 1997 as a subsidiary of ProductionIG.Creator/ProductionIG. The studio is probably best known for producing ''Anime/{{Noir}}'' and their subsequent contributions to the GirlsWithGuns genre, as well as the ''Franchise/DotHack'' anime adaptations, most notably ''Anime/DotHackSign''. They're also infamous for taking a... "creative" approach to adapting manga titles (read: ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''), causing much discontent amongst the original fandom. They previously had an animation sub-division known as Creator/CStation, whom assists Creator/SilverLink and others on their productions, and another called D-Station which appears to have gone defunct. They also have a animation farming studio known as Creator/StudioRoad, which has done work for companies like the aforementioned Production I.G, Creator/PAWorks and, to a lesser extent, Creator/A1Pictures.



* ''VideoGame/{{Medabots}}'' (1999), ditto. Replaced in the third season by ProductionIG and Creator/TransArts.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Medabots}}'' (1999), ditto. Replaced in the third season by ProductionIG Creator/ProductionIG and Creator/TransArts.
12th Sep '14 7:37:15 AM Koveras
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!Filmography

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!Filmography!!Filmography:
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* ''{{PoPoLoCrois Monogatari}}'' (1999). Adaptation of a popular [=PS1=] video game ''VideoGame/{{PoPoLoCrois}}'', only remembered by hardcore Bee Train and ''[=PoPoLoCrois=]'' fans today.

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* ''{{PoPoLoCrois ''Anime/{{PoPoLoCrois Monogatari}}'' (1999). Adaptation of a popular [=PS1=] video game ''VideoGame/{{PoPoLoCrois}}'', only remembered by hardcore Bee Train and ''[=PoPoLoCrois=]'' fans today.



* ''WildArms: Twilight Venom'' (1999), ditto.

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* ''WildArms: ''Franchise/WildArms: Twilight Venom'' (1999), ditto.



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* ''CaptainKuppaDesertPirate'' (2001-2002). Like the studio's productions of the 90s this series is also long forgotten.

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* ''CaptainKuppaDesertPirate'' ''Anime/CaptainKuppaDesertPirate'' (2001-2002). Like the studio's productions of the 90s this series is also long forgotten.forgotten.
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* ''VideoGame/{{WildArms}} 3'' (2002) Like ''Xenogears'', featured animated cut scenes directed and storyboard by animator KazuyaTsurumaki with director Mashimo. Also produced with P.A. Works.

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* ''VideoGame/{{WildArms}} 3'' (2002) ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' (2002). Like ''Xenogears'', featured animated cut scenes directed and storyboard by animator KazuyaTsurumaki with director Mashimo. Also produced with P.A. Works.



* ''VideoGame/MeineLiebe'' (2004) and ''MeineLiebe wieder'' (2006). Adaptation of a DatingSim, mostly forgotten nowadays.

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* ''VideoGame/MeineLiebe'' (2004) and ''MeineLiebe ''Meine Liebe wieder'' (2006). Adaptation of a DatingSim, mostly forgotten nowadays.nowadays.
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* ''Anime/HaloLegends: Homecoming'' (2010). A short OVA that focuses on the tragedies involving the SPARTAN-II recruitment in the year 2517, and a particular Spartan, Daisy-023, coming to terms with her origins as she tries to lead a small squad of soldiers to safety. One of the more tragic, emotional stories in the HaloLegends package, fitting with Bee Train's approach to storytelling.

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* ''Anime/HaloLegends: Homecoming'' (2010). A short OVA that focuses on the tragedies involving the SPARTAN-II recruitment in the year 2517, and a particular Spartan, Daisy-023, coming to terms with her origins as she tries to lead a small squad of soldiers to safety. One of the more tragic, emotional stories in the HaloLegends ''Halo Legends'' package, fitting with Bee Train's approach to storytelling.



* ''Manga/HyougeMono'' (2011) A manga adaptation.

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* ''Manga/HyougeMono'' (2011) (2011). A manga adaptation.
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