[[caption-width-right:260:[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHEgzRtKC5o TMS, you're on the Moon!]]]]

Established in 1946[[note]] Officially for [[http://www.tms-e.co.jp/company/history/index.php the Kyokuichi half]], according to their website. The animation studio (Tokyo Movie) was not founded until 1964 by Ex-Mom Productions stop motion animator Yutaka Fujioka[[/note]], TMS Entertainment (short for Tokyo Movie Shinsha, also credited as TMS-Kyokuchi or Tokyo Movie on occasion) is one of the oldest and most well-known (both in Japan ''and'' overseas) producers of {{Anime}} in the world. Their most famous works are ''Franchise/LupinIII'', ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}''. They have also done various other anime, including ''[[Franchise/{{Anpanman}} Soreike! Anpanman]]'', ''Manga/DetectiveConan'', ''Anime/SonicX'', ''[[Anime/HimeChenOtogiChikkuIdolLilpri LilPri]]'', ''Anime/{{Ulysses 31}}'', ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'', ''Manga/DGrayMan'' and ''[[Anime/{{Bakugan}} Bakugan Battle Brawlers]]'', and even some full length feature films, such as ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' and ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland''.

They are a popular animation studio in Japan. Their [[AnimationBump high quality work]] first popped up in American cartoons in the early 80s, when they did animation for Creator/{{Filmation}}'s ''The New Adventures of Franchise/{{Zorro}}''[[note]] (Filmation had a reputation for [[OffModel cheap]] [[LimitedAnimation animation]], so this step up was quite noticable)[[/note]], as well as some of [[Creator/DiCEntertainment DiC]]'s cartoons during that company's glory days. A few years later, Creator/{{Disney}} and Creator/WarnerBros joined the list of clients, doing episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'' from Disney; and ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', and of course ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' from Warner Bros. Animation. On the Japanese side of clients, TMS has worked for Shogakukan with ''Detective Conan'' and ''Hamtaro'', Kodansha with ''Ohayo! Spank'' and ''Manga/KaitouSaintTail'' and Shueisha with ''Manga/DokonjoGaeru'' and ''Manga/DGrayMan''.

Starting off as a independent studio when established in 1946/1964, they were sold off to Creator/{{Sega}}-Kyokuchi[[note]] the Kyokuichi half was bought out by Sega in 1990; TMS merged with Kyokuichi in 1995[[/note]] in 1992 when the studio's founder Yutaka Fujioka left to retire (hence the name of their 1996-1999 productions as TMS-Kyokuchi). The studio was renamed TMS Entertainment in 2000[[note]] (although the moniker was often used prior to the official name change)[[/note]] and again in 2005 during the [=SegaSammy=] merger.

In spite of their 80s and 90s work, their foreign workload has met a sharp decline, thanks to factors such as rising prices (as well as their surprisingly [[OffModel disappointing]] work after TMS shipped off their own works to cheaper studios in Japan as well as in Korea and China and the less said about most of the episodes (animation-wise) of ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' or ''Anime/WeissKreuz'' the better[[note]] (though [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=254 the latter was a co-production with Studio DEEN, which might explain the animation quality in that one]])[[/note]]. The 2011 earthquake in Japan, which resulted in damage to their warehouse and halted many of their in-progress series, hasn't helped matters either.

Whatever the case may be, TMS decided to focus mostly on anime (either their own or others, see below). The clients they once had have since moved to other studios. Creator/{{Disney}} opened its own overseas studio in Japan, using that one for a while before dumping them in 2004, as well as using other Asian studios, like Creator/ToonCity and [[Creator/RoughDraftStudios Rough Draft]]. [[Creator/DiCEntertainment DiC]], in its twilight years, used various other Asian studios[[note]] including Creator/KKCAndDAsia, Creator/SeiYoung, Spectrum and Creator/{{Saerom}}[[/note]] after ''Literature/TheLittles'' (which itself was taken over by Creator/StudioGallop in season three). Creator/WarnerBros likewise ended its ties with TMS after ''WesternAnimation/WakkosWish'' and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'', instead opting for cheaper animation studios like Creator/MOIAnimation (most of the DC showcase shorts), Creator/JMAnimation (the Jonah Hex short), Creator/LottoAnimation and Creator/DongWooAnimation in Korea and Toon City as well (with Creator/WangFilmProductions on occasion). They reunited with TMS for ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternFirstFlight'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom'' and ''WesternAnimation/SupermanVsTheElite''.

Even with all of these factors, TMS still manages to be ahead of the game with its many animated productions.

They were also one of the minds behind the channel Creator/{{Animax}} (With Creator/ToeiAnimation, Creator/{{Sunrise}} and Creator/{{Sony}}) and the web site [[http://www.daisuki.net Daisuki]] (with Toei Animation, Sunrise, Sony, Nihon Ad Systems, Dentsu and Asatsu-DK).

[[folder:Units of TMS]]
In Japan:
* [[http://ningyonoie.com/zukan/10fujioka.html Pre Tokyo Movie, or Tokyo Ningyo Cinema]] [[http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fningyonoie.com%2Fzukan%2F10fujioka.html and Yutaka Fujioka's early days]]: Fujioka started in the animation industry in 1947 after finishing arts school, however the studio he was working at is unknown; all that is known about it is that he was doing stop motion animation at the studio. In 1956 he moved to Mom Productions when the studio was opening up doing stop motion animation and puppeteering for a number of projects, one of which that is known about is a Japanese localization puppet show of ''WesternAnimation/CasperTheFriendlyGhost'' called ''The Adventures Of Casper'', he left Mom Pro in 1960 to find his own studio ''Tokyo Ningyo Cinema'', however Fujioka did not get a lot of clients and was forced to do adaptations of things like ''The Little Mermaid'' and ''A Mid Summers Nights Dream'', Tokyo Ningyo Cinema went out of business in 1963 due to lack of clients, however the following year, Creator/OsamuTezuka and TBS (Tokyo Broadcast Station) needed a studio to do ''BigX'', Fujioka reformated his idea of a studio's layout to do hand drawn animation and that studio became...
** Early Tokyo Movie: This was the second attempt Yutaka Fujioka made to run a animation studio (his first studio, Tokyo Ningyo Cinema bombed), under the name ''Tokyo Movie'', the studio lasted between 1964 (When the studio was founded) to 1976[=/=]1977 (when Fujioka reformatted the studio into the TMS we know of today), most of the early Tokyo Movie productions were done with A-Productions as Tokyo Movie had very little animators until 1977 (Big-X was one of the few shows when Tokyo Movie did not use A-Pro as they were not founded until the following year in 1965), the studio was reformated into...
** Tokyo Movie Shinsha or ''TMS as we know them today'': [[http://xoomer.virgilio.it/fedgrame/tms.htm#1977 Formed in 1977]], This is the TMS that we know; Tokyo Movie Shinsha (translating into New Tokyo Movie Company) is the main animation studio of TMS.
* [[http://www.telecom-anime.com Telecom Animation Film]]: established in 1975 for use in western markets.[[note]] By that point in time, American-produced animation was [[MoneyDearBoy starting to become expensive]] and [[LimitedAnimation quite stilted]] in response.[[/note]] Prior to this however, Telecom got its start with a show called ''Obake Chan'' (produced in 1977, but not released until the year after), which is very unknown. Afterwards, they did a number of episodes of ''Anime/LupinIIIRedJacket'', ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', and started production on Anime/{{Little Nemo|AdventuresInSlumberland}} (which [[DevelopmentHell started in 1978 and finished in 1989]]). Most of the animators mentioned below come from this unit.[[invoked]]
** [[https://twitter.com/telecom_anime Now has it's own Twitter acount]].[[invoked]]
* TMS Photo: Also known as Toms Photo or Tomusu Photo, they serve as TMS's digital effects, photography and coloring unit. This unit was established in 1988 to do digital effects and photography on ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' and photography for Creator/{{Sunrise}}'s ''Anime/JushinLiger'' and ''Anime/StarshipTroopers'' OVA.
* TMS Music: [[CaptainObvious TMS' music arm]].
* Jinni's Animation Studio (occasionally known as TMS Jinni's): TMS's CG studio, established in 2002. Has worked on ''VideoGame/HeroBank'' and ''{{Anime/Fireball}}''.
* Double Eagle: Formally known as Studio Sakimakura, the studio was founded in March of 2011, and has worked on ''Anime/{{Bakugan}}'' (''Mechtanium Surge'' series), ''Anime/CardfightVanguard'', ''Brave 10'' and ''Lupin III Vs Detective Conan The Movie''.
* V1 Studio: Founded in 2011, they worked on ''Detective Conan'' since season 14 and the movies since ''The Eleventh Striker''.
* 3xCube: Found in 2011, they worked on ''Anpanman'' since season 22 & ''The Pliot's Love Song''.
* Studio 777: Found in 2012, they have worked on ''Bakumatsu Gijinden Roman''.
* Po10tial: Found in 2011, the studio worked on ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine'', however the studio was merged with Telecom in 2013 and said crew has worked on ''Anime/ZXIgnition'' and episode 2 of ''Anime/SpaceDandy'' for Bones after Po10tial merged with Telecom but have been laid off after the animation of ''Anime/GravestoneOfDaisukeJigen'' was completed in April of 2014. Said staff members now work for Creator/StudioSHAFT.
* 8 Pan: Formally known as Creative8, the studio worked on CG animation on ''Hamtaro Dechu'' from episode 26 onward, ''Manga/YowamushiPedal'' and ''Lupin III Princess Of The Breeze''.
* A-Productions: Founded in 1965 to help out TMS during Fujiko Pro's large work load, A-Pro split off from TMS in 1976 when TMS replaced them with Telecom, from then on A-Pro became Shin-Ei Doga. This unit was headed up by Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata for a while, including during A-Pro's run on ''Anime/LupinIIIGreenJacket''.

In South Korea:
* Creator/KokoEnterprises[=/=]Dong Yang: Owned by TMS, but the studios are considered as separate identities. Best known for their work on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''.
* Creator/MizoPlanning: TMS' main Korean unit during the 1990s.
* Creator/SeoulMovie: Best known for seasons 3-5 of ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' and ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries''. Were also a regular subcontractor for Koko throughout the mid-late '90s.

In the Philippines:
* [[http://www.pep.ph/guide/tv/2698/Animated-TV-series-Super-Inggo-at-ang-Super-Tropa-airs-soon-on-ABS-CBN TMS Philippines Inc.]] - self-explanatory.

[[folder:Studios founded by Ex-TMS staff Members]]
* [[Creator/ShinEiDoga Shin-Ei Doga]]: After A-Pro split off from TMS in 1976, they got 98% of their stocks, 90% of it was sold to Creator/TVAsahi, 8% of it became Shin-Ei Doga. The 2% TMS did not give out to A-Pro was put into Telecom. As of 2010, the studio is now 100% owned by Creator/TVAsahi.
** [[Creator/AjiaDo Ajia-Do]]: Founded in 1978 from a batch of animators at Shin-Ei that just did not what to only do ''Doraemon'' when it started production the same year (the show aired in 1979), the studio is mainly used by TMS on ''{{Franchise/Anpanman}}''.
* Creator/StudioGallop: To some extent, as the studio itself was founded in 1972 by Ex Creator/MushiProductions staff. The animation unit started in 1977 after TMS fired a bunch of staff after [[OffModel how badly they messed up Episode 72]] of ''Anime/LupinIIIRedJacket'' [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome resulting in Yasuo Otsuka having to redo almost the whole thing by himself]]. These animators stayed at Gallop until 1990, when they were fired again because Gallop wanted to improve their image. When these animators left, they then established...
** Creator/TokyoKids: Often labeled as [[OffModel one of the worst outsourcing studios used by TMS]]. They're also behind the animation in ''Anime/GalleryFake'' and the 2007 ''Anime/TowardTheTerra'' series.
* Creator/KKCAndDAsia: Formed by Tetsuo Katayama and Shigeru Akagawa in 1983 because of the way ''Anime/{{Little Nemo|Adventures in Slumberland}}'' was going, the studio mostly did shows for Creator/DiCEntertainment with their biggest project being ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters''. The studio shut down in 2000 due to becoming too expensive for the US to ship off productions to Japan and for failing to compete in the anime market. Most of the staff now work for Creator/ProductionIG.
* Creator/StudioGhibli: Creator/HayaoMiyazaki and Creator/IsaoTakahata worked at A-Productions, a TMS studio between 1965 and 1976. During the early-70's, the two would be in charge of A-Productions and would continue working for Studio Telecom before leaving for Studio Creator/TopCraft, which would later become Ghibli.
* Creator/SpectrumAnimation: Formed in 1988, the studio's first job was to supervise the [[Creator/SeiYoung Korean]] [[Creator/{{Saerom}} studios]] responsible for ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' (as well as the animation for season 2). The company's first (and only) big break was on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', providing animation to nine episodes [[note]]"On Leather Wings", "Heart of Ice", "P.O.V", "It's Never Too Late", "Robin's Reckoning, part 1", "Baby-Doll", "Shadow of The Bat, Part 1", and "Vendetta"[[/note]] and the movie ''Mask of the Phantasm''. The studio also did some work for Cinar and the animated pilot for ''VideoGame/DefendersOfDynatronCity''. But, much like KK C&D, they too were unable to compete in the anime market and were forced to shut down in 1998. Most of their staff, much like KK C&D's, now work for Production I.G.
* [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan]]: Founded by Motoyoshi Tokunaga in 1988 from the former Pacific Animation Corp (the company behind ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats1985'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Silverhawks}}''). The studio, [[CaptainObvious obviously]], served as Disney's Japanese unit. The studio stayed open until 2004, when Disney got rid of most of their traditional animation units[[note]]however, Roy E. Disney and Creator/JohnLasseter managed to keep the UsefulNotes/LosAngeles unit afloat for quite a while, and the Australia unit remained until 2007[[/note]]. After that most of their staff members went to work for Creator/{{Madhouse}}, Creator/StudioPierrot or Production I.G. The ones who did stick with Tokunaga went on to become...
** Creator/TheAnswerStudio: Formed by Tokunaga after the closure of Walt Disney Animation Japan, The studio did a number of shows and DTV movies including ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', ''Manga/{{Golgo 13}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood''.
* Creator/{{Ufotable}}: Founded in 2000, just as TMS [[WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker was halting work on Western productions]]. The studio is best known for their adaptation of ''LightNovel/FateZero''.
* Creator/BrainsBase: Established in 1996, the company is best known for the animated versions of ''Anime/{{Baccano}}'' and the first season of ''Manga/{{Durarara}}''.

[[folder:Noteworthy staff]]
Noteworthy TMS staff members include (also counting their Telecom unit):


[[folder: executives and producers ]]

* Yutaka Fujioka: Founder of TMS, he retired in 1992[[note]]some say that he left in 1989 because of Little Nemo's bombing, however he was in a ''Tiny Toons'' staff photo shot in 1990, which debunks that. [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/fujioka_sama_9191.jpg Here's]] a picture of him, and [[http://cartoonatics.blogspot.com/2010/09/warner-bros-animation-staff-circa-1990.html the full photo]]; to compare with older pictures of him, [[http://www.nicozon.net/watch/sm10232072 here]] is a photo of him and other TMS staff members during production on Anime/{{Little Nemo|Adventures in Slumberland}}; the latter photo is a video, but he is in the very start of the video[[/note]]. He died in 1996.
* Koji Takeuchi: Came to TMS in 1977 from A-Pro. He is the president of the Telecom unit.
* Shunzo Kato
* Tetsuo Katayama: He worked for TMS in the '70s and early '80s. Left in 1983 to establish Creator/KKCAndDAsia.
* Shigeru Akagawa: He worked for TMS in the '70s and eary '80s. Like Katayama, he left TMS in 1983 for KK C&D Asia.
* Motoyoshi Tokunaga: He did some stuff for TMS, then left the studio in 1988 to establish [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits WaltDisneyAnimationJapan]], where he stayed until the studio closed down in 2004. After that, he founded Creator/TheAnswerStudio.


[[folder: artists ]]

* Creator/ToshihikoMasuda: Coming to TMS in 1980, he's mostly known for the "''Istanbul, Not Constantinople''" music video of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' and helped make the Tom Ruegger shows (''Tiny Toons'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'') what they are today.
* Creator/NobuoTomizawa: Came to TMS from Creator/NipponAnimation in 1977. He is mostly known for being the animation director of "The Great Anvil Chorus" of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', was one of the animation directors of ''Little Nemo'' and as chief director for both ''Manga/RamenFighterMiki'' and ''Manga/TheDaughterOfTwentyFaces''.
* Sadakazu Takiguchi: Came to TMS in 1983 when people were leaving to go work for Creator/KKCAndDAsia or with Creator/HayaoMiyazaki to work on ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''. He did not became a director until 2003 when Hiroyuki Aoyama left as a freelancer. He has since worked on ''The Daughter Of Twenty Faces'' and ''[[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood]]'' (stationed at Telecom of course).
* Kenji Hachizaki
* Kazuhide Tomonaga: Came to TMS from Creator/OhProduction in 1978. mostly known for key animation for ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' and ''Anime/SherlockHound'', as well as being the animation director of the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Feat of Clay, Part 2". He was also the other animation director for ''Anime/{{Little Nemo|Adventures in Slumberland}}''.
* Yoshinobu Michihata
* Hiroyuki Aoyama: Came to TMS in 1980. He left in 2003 to become a freelance staff member for other studios, but came back in 2006. He's mostly known for ''Anime/TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' and ''Anime/SummerWars'' for Creator/{{Madhouse}} and ''Anime/ALetterToMomo'' for Creator/ProductionIG. A video that talks mostly about his work on ''Anime/SpaceDandy'' his freelance gigs was made, you can view it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_L01l5eDag here]].
* Yumiko Shirai
* Yuichiro Yano: Came to TMS in 1982 and is mostly known for most of ''The Great Wakkorotti'' shorts from ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' (the last one was by Creator/JonMcClenahan and shipped off to Creator/WangFilmProductions).
* Creator/HayaoMiyazaki: Miyazaki came to TMS the first time in 1968 through A-Pro from Toei[[note]] Whom he worked for until 1971[[/note]], doing Creator/IsaoTakahata's ''Anime/PandaGoPanda''. He left TMS in 1972 to go work for Creator/NipponAnimation because of lack of work, but came back to TMS through Telecom in 1977. Directing ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' and ''Anime/SherlockHound'', before leaving a second time for a number of reasons[[note]] (he did not want ''Anime/{{Little Nemo|Adventures in Slumberland}}'' to be just a dream, and asked for more money, for instance)[[/note]] to go work for Creator/{{Topcraft}} to direct ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''. After that, Miyazaki stole most of their staff and co-founded Creator/StudioGhibli. The rest is history.
* Saburo Hashimoto: He worked for TMS from the '70s until the early '90s, where he left for Walt Disney Animation Japan. Staying until it closed in 2004. He is now a arts teacher.
* Keiko Oyamada
* Sawako Miyamoto: She came to TMS in 1977, left in 1989 for [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan]]. Then came back in 1994.
* Youichi Takada: Sometimes known as Yoichi Takada.
* Creator/IsaoTakahata: Takahata came to TMS from Toei through A-Pro in 1968, then left with Miyazaki to go work for Creator/NipponAnimation in 1972. He came back to TMS through Telecom in 1977, left with Miyazaki in 1983 to go work for Creator/{{Topcraft}} and went with Miyazaki when he co-founded Creator/StudioGhibli.
* Yasuo Otsuka: He came to TMS from Toei through A-pro in 1968 then to Telecom after A-Pro split off in 1976[[note]] He did not come to Telecom until 1977, as he was to be one of the main executives of Shin-Ei Doga[[/note]]. Mostly known for doing key animation on ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'' and doing early drafts for ''Anime/{{Little Nemo|Adventures in Slumberland}}''. He also runs a TMS owned animation school, [[http://www.anime-juku.com Anime Juku]].
* Yoshifumi Kondo: Mostly known for ''Anime/WhisperOfTheHeart'' by Creator/StudioGhibli, he came to TMS in 1968 through A-Pro. He left for Creator/ShinEiDoga when A-Pro split off from TMS, after which he left for Creator/NipponAnimation, working with Hayao Miyazaki on ''Anime/FutureBoyConan''. In 1980, he left to go back at TMS through Telecom and left in 1985 due to illness. When he got better, he went back to do contract work for Nippon which didn't last long. After that, he went to work for Ghibli until his death in 1998.
* Teiichi Takiguchi
* Takashi Kawaguchi: Did a number of things for TMS, then left to be a freelancer.
** There are 2 known [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/people.php?id=89962 Takashi]] [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/people.php?id=6470 Kawaguchis]] out there in the world, the later is the Ex-TMS staff member.
* Hiroaki Noguchi
* Koichi Suenaga
* Hisao Yokobori: The only known member of Telecom to have a Twitter account, [[http://twitter.com/Gohibu776 See it here]].
* Yuzo Aoki: While not as known as Hayao Miyazaki, he ''is'' known for keeping Monkey Punch's style in ''Anime/LupinIII'' when others tend to tone his style down, like Toshihiko Masuda (''Anime/ElusivenessOfTheFog''), Nobuo Tomizawa (''Anime/FarewellToNostradamus''). Even Miyazaki (''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'') toned the style down, [[TropesAreNotBad which wasn't necessarily a bad thing]].
* Yukio Okazaki: Worked at TMS in the '80s. He left in 1989 to work for [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan]] for a few years before becoming a freelancer.
* Atsuko Tanaka: Coming to TMS's Telecom unit from A-Pro in 1976, she's mostly known for key animation for ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro'', ''Anime/SonicX'', three episodes of ''Manga/TheDaughterOfTwentyFaces'', ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'', ''WesternAnimation/GalaxyHigh'' and several Ghibli movies like ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'' and ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' while stationed at Telecom.
** She was also the animation director of three ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' episodes - "Taming Of The Screwy", "Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump Dump Dump" and "Schnitzelbank", as well as ''The New Batman Adventures'' episodes "Growing Pains" and "The Demon Within".
** Not to be confused with other [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atsuko_Tanaka Atsuko]] [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atsuko_Tanaka_(artist) Tanakas]].
* Shojiro Nishimi: Sometimes known as Shijiro Nishimi and Shoujirou Nishimi, he came to TMS in 1984, left in 2003 to work at Creator/Studio4C, then came back to TMS in 2009. The last thing he did at 4°C under his original run were [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1LuB1_3nyU some animated clips]] to a movie that he made in 2008, but never came out until 2009.
** He also did Storyboards for Atlus's Catherine, whose chief animation studio ''is'' Studio 4°C. However, he did it alongside Toshihiko Masuda and Sawako Miyamoto, who were doing key animation for it (stationed at Telecom).
** He also produced a short titled ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZbqKyjcUnWw Keep Walking Theater]]'' that started production [[DevelopmentHell in 2008 but did not came out until 2012]] due to issues going on at 4°C. He did go back to finish it but went back to Telecom after it was done.[[invoked]]
** Left Telecom again in 2014 to become freelanced; As of 2015 he is working on [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/anime/mutafukaz-114793.html Mutafukaz]] at 4°C.
* Noboru Furuse: A freelance staff member who has done some work for TMS as far back as ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'', anything listed here under his name indicates that he was stationed at TMS[=/=]Telecom during the time of production.
* Keiko Yozawa
* Chie Nishizawa: Worked at Telecom between 2000 to 2005, left in 2005 to become a freelancer.
* Creator/OsamuDezaki: A freelance director, he came to TMS in 1968 from Mushi and is notable for directing (among others) - ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'', ''Manga/AimForTheAce'', ''Visionaries'', ''Mighty Orbots'' and took over for directing ''[[Anime/RoseOfVersailles The Rose of Versailles]]'' after TadaoNagahama [[AuthorExistenceFailure passed away]]. He also did all four Anime/{{Hamtaro}} movies and the VisualNovel/{{Air}} and VisualNovel/{{CLANNAD}} movies for ToeiAnimation. Sadly, he died in 2011 from lung cancer. Often collaborated with character designer Akio Sugino.
* Shingo Araki
* Akio Sugino: A freelance artist who frequently collaborated with Creator/OsamuDezaki (though he's done stuff without Dezaki too).
* Osamu Nabeshima: Worked at TMS from the early '80s, doing key animation on ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Visionaries}}'' (also serving as co-animation director for the latter). He was the chief director of ''Manga/KaitouSaintTail'', ''Hamtaro'', ''Manga/DGrayMan'', ''Manga/{{Zetman}}'' and most recently, ''Manga/YowamushiPedal''.
* Masatomo Sudo: Started as early as the 1980s, doing key animation on ''Mighty Orbots''. He also did the character designs for ''Hamtaro''.
* Hajime Kamegaki
* Takahiko Shobu
* Christophe Ferreira: One of, if not the only known, non-Japanese animators of Telecom. Provided Key Animation episode 21 of ''The Daughter of Twenty Faces'' and episode 34 of ''Anime/SoulEater''.
* Mitsuru Soma: Freelance artist who has worked on a number of the Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials and Anpanman movies for TMS. Like with Furuse, for anything listed here, he will be stationed at TMS during its production.
* Creator/KiyoshiKobayashi: Occasionally worked for TMS Photo during the 1980s/1990s. You may also know him as Daisuke Jigen (from ''Anime/LupinIII'') or Crystal Bowie (from ''Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra'').
* Yoshinori Kanada: Not officially affiliated with the company, but severed as animation director on ''Visionaries'' (with Osamu Nabeshima) and did some key animation work on ''Akira''. Is probably better known for his work on the openings to ''{{Anime/Daitarn 3}}'' and ''Anime/GenesisClimberMospeada''.

[[folder:Noteworthy productions from the 1960s]]
* '''1964''' ''Manga/BigX'': TMS's first production, and the only production they got from Creator/OsamuTezuka when he was still alive. Done due to Creator/MushiProductions being full at the time.
* '''1965''' ''Obake No Q-Taro'' (a.k.a. "Q-Taro the Ghost"): TMS's first production from Fujiko Pro.
* '''1967[=/=]1971''' ''Chingo Muchabe'': Made in 1967, but never aired until 1971. Was the final anime broadcast in black & white[[note]]but not the last one made. That honor goes to the below-mentioned ''Umeboshi Denka''[[/note]].
* '''1967''' ''Perman'': First series only, both the second series and the movies are done by Creator/ShinEiDoga. Production was split between TMS and Studio Zero.
* '''1968[=/=]1977[=/=]1979''' ''Kyojin no Hoshi'', aka ''Star Of The Giants'': All three series.
* '''1968''' ''Kaibutsu-Kun'': With Studio Zero.
* '''1969''' ''Umeboshi Denka'': With Studio Zero. Final black & white anime from TMS [[note]]''Chingo Muchabei'' was made before Denka, but aired years after[[/note]].
* '''1969''' ''Roppo Yabure-Kun'': [[http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/mini-anime-1961-1970/ TMS's first]] OtakuOClock show.[[invoked]]
* '''1969''' ''[[Literature/TheMoomins Moomin]]'': First 26 episodes of the first series. The rest of the first series and ''New Moomin'' are by Mushi, and ''Tanoshii Moomin Ikka'' is done by Telescreen and Creator/{{Visual 80}}.
* '''1969''' ''Manga/AttackNumberOne''

[[folder:Noteworthy productions from the 1970s]]
* '''1971, 1975''' ''Manga/TensaiBakabon'': The first and second series only. The third and fourth series are by Creator/StudioPierrot.
* ''Anime/LupinIII'' (''Lupin'' media from later decades are located in their respective folders):
** '''1969''' The ''Anime/LupinIIIPilotFilm''
** '''1971''' ''Anime/LupinIIIGreenJacket'': Bombed on its first airing, but gained popularity during reruns.
** '''1977''' ''Anime/LupinIIIRedJacket''
** '''1978''' ''Anime/TheMysteryOfMamo''
** '''1979''' ''Anime/TheCastleOfCagliostro''
* '''1972''' ''Akado Suzunosuke''
* '''1972[=/=]1981''' ''Manga/DokonjoGaeru''
* '''1972[=/=]1973''' ''Anime/PandaGoPanda''
* '''1973''' ''Jungle Kurobe''
* '''1973''' ''Koya no Shonen Isamu''
* '''1973''' ''Karate Baka Ichidai''
* '''1973[=/=]1978[=/=]1988''' ''Manga/AimForTheAce''
* '''1973''' ''Samurai Giants''
* '''1974''' ''Judo Sanka''
* '''1974''' ''Hajime Ningen Gyatoruzu''
* '''1975''' ''GanbaNoBoken''
* '''1976''' ''Hana No Kakaricho''
* '''1977''' ''Nobody's Boy: Remi''
* '''1978''' ''Obake Chan'': First production by Telecom.
* '''1978''' ''Takarajima'': An adaptation of ''Literature/TreasureIsland''.
* '''1979''' ''Manga/RoseOfVersailles''
* '''1979[=/=]1980''' ''Ganbare!! Tabuchi-Kun!!''

[[folder:Noteworthy productions from the 1980s]]
* '''1980''' ''Mu no Hakubai''
* '''1980''' ''[[Anime/{{Gigantor}} The New Adventures of Gigantor]]'', aka ''New Tetsujin-28''.
* '''1980''' ''Nijushi no Hitomi''
* '''1980''' ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'': Second series and movie, original series by Creator/MushiProductions and the third one by Creator/{{Madhouse}}.
* '''1981''' ''[[Manga/OhayoSpank Ohayo! Spank]]''
* '''1981[=/=]1991''' ''Manga/JarinkoChie'': Both series and the movie.
* '''1981''' ''The New Adventures of {{Franchise/Zorro}}'': Done with {{Creator/Filmation}}.
* '''1981''' ''Anime/GodMars''
* '''1981''' ''Anime/{{Ulysses31}}'': TMS's first western production, with Creator/DiCEntertainment.
* '''1981 (unreleased)''' ''Anime/LupinVIII'': A pilot for [=DiC=] that never aired.
* '''1982''' ''[[Anime/MakyouDensetsuAcrobunch Acrobunch]]''
* '''1982''' ''Donde Monpe''
* '''1982''' ''Ninjaman Ippei''
* '''1982''' ''Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra'': The movie and first series only. The [=OVA=]s and second series are produced by Creator/MagicBus.
* '''1983''' ''[[Manga/{{Georgie}} Lady Georgie]]''
* '''1983''' ''Manga/{{Golgo 13}}'': ''The Professional'' (i.e. the first movie) only; ''Queen Bee'' was done by Creator/ToeiAnimation and the series by Creator/TheAnswerStudio.
* '''1983''' ''Anime/SuperDimensionCenturyOrguss'': Series only, with Studio Nue and Creator/{{Artland}}. The [=OVA=]s are by Creator/JCStaff.
* '''1983[=/=]1984''' ''Manga/CatsEye''
* '''1983''' ''Literature/TheLittles'': Seasons 1, 2 and ''Here Come The Littles'' for [=DiC=]; season 3 by Creator/StudioGallop.
* '''1983''' ''WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget'': Season 1[[note]]with Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/{{AIC}}, Creator/AjiaDo, Creator/OhProduction and Creator/ToeiAnimation (latter uncredited)[[/note]] and several season 2 episodes through Saburo Hashimoto's unit at Telecom, for [=DiC=]. Also served as a co-producer for Season 1 with Creator/{{Nelvana}}.
* '''1984''' ''Anime/LupinIIIPinkJacket'': This series is mostly [[FanonDisContinuity forgotten by many fans]].
** '''1985''' ''Anime/LegendOfTheGoldOfBabylon''
** '''1987''' ''Anime/TheFumaConspiracy''
** '''1989''' ''Anime/LupinIIIByeByeLibertyCrisis''
*** Almost every year since then has had a new ''Lupin III'' [[Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials special movie]] broadcast on TV.
* '''1984''' ''Anime/GodMazinger''
* '''1984''' ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'': [[http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=310354335743152&set=pb.256204631158123.-2207520000.1364699702&type=3&theater With]] Creator/KKCAndDAsia and [=DiC=].
* '''1984''' ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'': First season with Creator/WangFilmProductions [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWtCd9W7T7w and other Japanese studios]] [[note]]Creator/MushiProductions, Creator/ArakiProductions, Studio Take and Creator/StudioKorumi[[/note]] for [=DiC=]. The second season is by Creator/KKCAndDAsia and a batch of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lp5Ui9BchEA Korean studios]]; The Korean studios were uncredited.
* '''1984''' ''WesternAnimation/MightyOrbots'': Was also a co-producer with Creator/{{MGM}} and Creator/{{ABC}}.
* '''1984''' ''Anime/SherlockHound'': Creator/HayaoMiyazaki's last production at TMS before leaving for Creator/{{Topcraft}} to do ''Manga/NausicaaOfTheValleyOfTheWind''.
* '''1985[=/=]1986''' ''WesternAnimation/TheBlinkens''
* '''1985''' ''Anime/OnegaiSamiaDon''
* '''1985''' ''Sweet Sea'': Pilot; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz_ddmjiPpY commercial(s)]] were done by Creator/{{AKOM}}.
* '''1985''' ''WesternAnimation/TheWuzzles'': The company's first project with Disney; 13 episodes.
* '''1985''' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'': The first 39 episodes [[note]]with an uncredited Creator/StudioGallop, Creator/StudioJack and Creator/TamaProductions[[/note]], seasons five and six were animated by [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan, Australia]] and Creator/BigStar.
* '''1986''' ''{{Robotan}}'': Second series, first series was done by by Ohiro Planning.
* '''1986''' ''WesternAnimation/GalaxyHigh''
* '''1986''' ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'': Ten episodes, the pilot and commercial bumpers prior to Season 4. Most of the show was done by Creator/KKCAndDAsia.
* '''1986''' ''WesternAnimation/{{Kissyfur}}'': Some episodes and the opening; layouts by Youichi Takada (under the name Yoichi Takada). Other episodes by Creator/KKCAndDAsia, Creator/{{Visual 80}}, Creator/StudioKorumi and Hong Long.
* '''1986''' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers''
* '''1986''' ''WesternAnimation/DennisTheMenace'': [=DiC=] version, some episodes. Also credited for camera direction.
* '''1986''' ''Honey Bee in Toycomland'' (aka ''Bug-tte Honey''): A series based on ''VideoGame/AdventureIsland'' by Creator/HudsonSoft.
* '''1986''' ''Katsugeki Shoujo Tantei Dan''
* '''1986''' ''WesternAnimation/FluppyDogs'': For [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Television Animation]].
* '''1987''' ''[[Manga/TwoThousandOneNights Space Fantasia 2001 Nights]]''
* '''1987''' ''WesternAnimation/BionicSix'': Also co-producer with MCA and Intermedia.
* '''1987''' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'': 44 episodes[[labelnote:List]]"Treasure of the Golden Suns parts 1-5", "Send in the Clones", "Sphinx For the Memories", "Where No Duck Has Gone Before", "Armstrong", "Robot Robbers", "Magica's Shadow War", "Master of the Djinni", "Hotel Strangeduck", "Lost Crown of Genghis Khan", "Duckman of Aquatraz", "The Money Vanishes", "Sir Gyro de Gearloose", "Dinosaur Ducks", "Hero For Hire", "Superdoo!", "Maid of the Myth", "Much Ado About Scrooge", "Top Duck", "Pearl of Wisdom", "The Curse of Castle [=McDuck=]", "Launchpad's Civil War", "Sweet Duck of Youth", "Earth Quack", "Home Sweet Homer", "Bermuda Triangle Tangle", "Back to the Klondike", "Horse Scents", "Scrooge's Pet", "Catch as Cash Can parts 1-4", "Merit-Time Adventure", "Ducks of the West", "Time Teasers", "Back Out in the Outback", "Raiders of the Lost Harp", "Luck o' the Ducks", "Magica's Magic Mirror/Take Me Out of the Ball Game"[[/labelnote]] for Disney. One episode, "Down and out in Duckburg", was done by Burbank Films. The rest of the series is done by Wang/Cuckoo's Nest.
* '''1987''' ''Starcom: The U.S. Space Force'': Opening; series proper by Creator/KKCAndDAsia.
* '''1987''' ''WesternAnimation/{{Visionaries}}: Knights of the Magic Light'': Also a co-producer with Creator/{{Hasbro}} and Sunbow.
* '''1987''' ''Series/{{Alf}} The Animated Series'': Opening[[note]]Directed by Kenji Hachizaki[[/note]] and the first episode[[note]]Directed by Toshihiko Masuda[[/note]], other episodes and the credits by Creator/KKCAndDAsia.
* '''1988''' ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'': With other studios[[note]]Wang, Hanho and [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan, Australia, France and UK]][[/note]] for Disney.
* '''1988''' ''Manga/{{AKIRA}}''
* '''1988''' ''[[Franchise/{{Anpanman}} Soreike! Anpanman]]'': Even discounting its many specials and movies, the show itself is ''still'' running.
* '''1989''' ''WesternAnimation/AlfredJKwak'': Episodes 22, 24 and 30 for VARA, Telecable Benelux B.V. and Creator/TVTokyo; other episodes are done by TelescreenJapan and {{Teleimage}}.
* '''1989''' ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland''
* '''1989''' ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'': First 13 episodes for Disney, the rest of the show was animated by [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan]], Creator/SunwooEntertainment, Wang and Creator/A1Productions.
* '''1989 (unreleased)''' ''VideoGame/AdventuresInTheMagicKingdom'': Unaired pilot, the only thing that came out for it was a UsefulNotes/{{NES}} game by Creator/{{Capcom}}.

[[folder:Noteworthy productions from the 1990s]]
* '''1990''' ''[[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=15461 Ojisan Kaizo Koza]]''
* '''1990''' ''VideoGame/TengaiMakyou'' (aka ''Far East of Eden''): Two [=OVA=]s based on the Creator/HudsonSoft game.
* '''1990''' ''WesternAnimation/PeterPanAndThePirates'': 13 episodes, including the first episode and the "Ages Of Pan" 2 parter. Also served as series co-producer and current owner.
* '''1990''' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'': 19 episodes [[labelnote:List]] "The Wheel O' Comedy", "Test Stressed", "The Buster Bunny Bunch", "Her Wacky Highness", "Hollywood Plucky", "Journey to the Center of ACME Acres", "It's Buster Bunny Time", "The Wide World of Elmyra", "A Ditch in Time", "Tiny Toons Music Television", "ACME Cable TV", "Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian", "Love Disconnection", "Kon Ducki", "Take Elmyra, Please", "What Makes Toons Tick", "The Return of Batduck", "Two-Tone Town", "Music Day"[[/labelnote]], plus the opening, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWREoJyfphg many]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv2xNIBr148 Japanese]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUee0Aawe2M commercials]], and "Night Ghoulery" for Creator/WarnerBros. Other episodes were done by StarToons, Creator/WangFilmProductions, Creator/{{AKOM}}, Creator/FreelanceAnimatorsNewZealand, Creator/KennedyCartoons, and Creator/EncoreCartoons.
** '''1992''' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventuresHowISpentMyVacation''
* '''1991''' ''Mischievous Twins: The Tales of St. Clare's'': Based on the ''Literature/StClares'' books.
* '''1991''' ''{{VideoGame/Wizardry}}'': OVA based on the PC game of the same name.
* '''1991''' ''Anime/ReporterBlues'': Co-produced with RAI.
* '''1991''' ''Manga/OzanariDungeon: Kaze no Tou''
* '''1991''' ''Watashi to Watashi Futari No Lotte'': An adaptation of ''Literature/LottieAndLisa''.
* '''1992''' ''Cho Dendo Robo Tetsujin 28-go FX''
* '''1992''' ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': 6 episodes[[note]]with Creator/NakamuraProductions, Creator/TamaProductions and Creator/AnimeSpot[[/note]], the opening and the layouts for ''Harley And Ivy''. Series with other studios[[note]]Creator/SpectrumAnimation, [[Creator/KokoEnterprises Koko/Dong Yang]], NOA Animation (who did layouts for two Dong Yang and AKOM episodes each), Creator/StudioJunio, Creator/LapizAzul (aka Blue Pencil), Creator/JadeAnimation, Creator/{{Sunrise}}, AKOM and Mr. Big Cartoons (layout for one Dong Yang episode)[[/note]] for Warner Bros. Animation.
* '''1992''' ''My Patrasche'' (aka ''Flanders no Inu, Boku no Patrasche''): An adaptation of ''Literature/ADogOfFlanders''.
* '''1993''' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'': Five episodes & the opening for Creator/DiCEntertainment and Creator/BKN, other episodes are done by Creator/HongYing, Creator/{{Saerom}} and Creator/RainbowAnimation.
* '''1993''' ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'': 56 shorts [[labelnote:list]] "The Monkey Song", "Yakko's World", "Cookies For Einstein", "H.M.S. Yakko", "Yakko's Universe Song", "Hooked on a Ceiling", "Taming of the Screwy", "Temporary Insanity", "Piano Rag", "Les Miseranimals", "Garage Sale of the Cenutry", "Hello Nice Warners", "La La Law", "The Great Wakkorotti: The Master and His Music", "Roll Over Beethoven", "Pavlov's Mice", "Chicken Boo-Ryshnikov", "The Flame", "Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump, Ta Da Dump Dump Dump", "Home on De-Nile", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Babblin' Bijou", "Potty Emergency", "Sir Yaksalot", "Hot, Bothered, and Bedeviled", "Draculee, Dracula", "Phranken-Runt", "The Great Wakkorotti: The Summer Concert", "Clown and Out", all of "Animaniacs Stew" minus "Katie Ka-Boo", "The Three Muska-Warners", "Alas, Poor Skullhead", "Fair Game", "The Senses", "Turkey Jerky", "Wild Blue Yonder", "When Mice Ruled the Earth", "Lake Titicaca", "Twas the Day Before Christmas", "The Great Wakkorotti: The Holiday Concert", "A Christmas Plotz", "Little Drummer Warners", "The Warners and the Beanstalk", "Ups and Downs", "The Brave Little Trailer", "Drive-Insane", "I'm Cute", "Schnitzelbank", "Smell Ya Later", "Woodstock Slappy", "No Face Like Home", "Cutie and the Beast", "Boo Happens", "Noel"[[/labelnote]], bumpers [[labelnote:list]] "Hitchcock Opening", "Very Special Episode Opening", "Casablanca Opening", "Mary Tyler Dot Opening", "Slippin' on the Ice", every "Mime Time", every "Wheel of Morality"[[/labelnote]], the opening, and every credits CouchGag for Warner Bros and Creator/AmblinEntertainment. Also did ''WesternAnimation/WakkosWish''.
* '''1994''' All of the ''Disc Station'' shorts: Done for Creator/{{Compile}} and another studio. The ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' shorts are on Website/YouTube if you look around.
* '''1994''' ''Anime/SoccerFever''
* '''1994''' ''[[Series/SuperRobotRedBaron Red Baron]]''
* '''1997''' ''Sonic, Man Of The Year'': One of four shorts produced in 1994, and the only one was released as bonus content for ''VideoGame/SonicJam''.
* '''1994''' ''Manga/{{MAPS}}'': Second OVA only, as the original OVA was by Studio Gallop.
* '''1994''' ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth''
* '''1994''' ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'': With Creator/SeoulMovie.
* '''1994''' The cutscenes to the UsefulNotes/SegaCD version of ''VideoGame/TheAdventuresOfBatmanAndRobin''
* '''1995''' ''WesternAnimation/TheSylvesterAndTweetyMysteries'': At least the first season[[note]]Creator/WarnerBros has put the other seasons on DVD yet[[/note]], alongside other studios.
* '''1995''' ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'': Reused shorts from ''Animaniacs'' and the Christmas special, other episodes are done by Creator/RoughDraftStudios, Wang and AKOM.
* '''1995''' ''VideoGame/TengaiMakyou: Dennou Karakuri Kakutouden''
* '''1995''' ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter''
* '''1995''' ''Manga/KaitouSaintTail''
* '''1995''' ''VideoGame/{{Astal}}'': Cutscenes.
* '''1996''' ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'': 14 episodes[[note]]"World's Finest, Part 2" done with Creator/StudioGhibli[[/note]], other episodes by [[Creator/KokoEnterprises Koko/Dong Yang]] and Creator/GroupTAC[=/=]Jade Animation. They also provided the digital animation for the episode "Absolute Power".
* '''1996''' ''Anime/WeissKreuz'': Co-production with Creator/StudioDEEN and Creator/MagicBus.
* '''1996-Now''' ''Manga/DetectiveConan'': Along with the many movies as well.
* '''1996''' ''Anime/BtX''
* '''1996''' ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' (Original UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn port)
* '''1996''' ''Wankorobe''
* '''1997''' ''[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries The New Batman Adventures]]'': Five episodes[[note]][[Recap/TheNewBatmanAdventuresE8GrowingPains "Growing Pains"]] done with Creator/StudioGhibli, [[Recap/TheNewBatmanAdventuresE12OverTheEdge "Over The Edge"]] with Creator/StudioBoomerang[[/note]], other episodes by Koko[=/=]Dong Yang.
* '''1997''' ''VideoGame/{{Grandia}}'': Opening cutscene
* '''1998''' ''VideoGame/BurningRangers'': Opening cutscene
* '''1998''' ''Anime/DevilmanLady''
* '''1998''' ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: The Treasure Of Manhattan Island''
* '''1999''' ''Anime/MonsterRancher''
* '''1999''' ''WesternAnimation/CyberSix'' (animation services by Telecom)
* '''1999''' ''Shukan Storyland''
* '''1999''' ''Gozonji Gekko Kamen-Kun''
* '''1999''' ''Karakurizoshi Ayatsuri Sakon''

[[folder:Noteworthy productions from the 2000s]]
* '''2000''' 2D in game animation for the UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}} game ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution-Disney Dancing Museum'', TMS's first production with Disney in over 10 years.
* '''2000, 2006, 2011''' ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'': Along with four [=OVA=]s, four movies, an all [=CGI=] show, a sing along DVD, 2 Hiragana specials, a school special and a numbers special.
* '''2000''' ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker''
* '''2000''' ''Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children'': A anime based on Atlus's ShinMegamiTensei game series. Co-produced with Creator/{{Actas}}.
* '''2001''' ''Manga/ProjectARMS''
* '''2002''' ''Patapata Hikousen No Bouken'': aka ''Anime/SecretOfCeruleanSand'' - Through Telecom, a co-production with Koko.
* '''2002''' ''Manga/CheekyAngel''
* '''2003''' ''Anime/SonicX''
* '''2003''' ''[[http://www.tms-e.co.jp/search/introduction.php?pdt_no=43 Four Ekkisu plum]]'': Name is from a Google Translation, TMS' first [[AllCGICartoon All CGI Anime]].
* '''2003''' ''Takahashi Rumiko Gekijo''
* '''2003''' ''Literature/RequiemFromTheDarkness''
* '''2003''' ''Ningyo No Mori''
* '''2003''' ''VideoGame/{{Popolocrois}}'': 2nd series; 1st series by Creator/ProductionIG and Creator/BeeTrain, based on Creator/{{Sony}}'s ''Popolocrois'' games, also did the cut scenes to Marvelous' ''Return To Popolocrois:A Story Of Seasons Fairytale'' as well.
* '''2003''' ''Anime/MujinWakuseiSurvive'': Through the Telecom unit, co production with Creator/{{Madhouse}}.
* '''2004''' ''Manga/AishiteruzeBaby''
* '''2004''' ''Anime/{{Mankatsu}}'': A spin-off of ''Franchise/LupinIII''.
* '''2004''' ''[[http://www.telecom-anime.com/works_puzzlees.html Puzzleez]]'': Through Telecom.
* '''2004''' ''Anime/{{Futakoi}}'': Through the Telecom Unit, 1st series only. [[Anime/FutakoiAlternative 2nd series]] by Creator/{{Ufotable}}.
* '''2005''' ''[[http://web.archive.org/web/20110912073737/http://www.telecom-anime.com/telecom/sakuhinshokai/shokai_superoil.html The Adventures Of Super Oil And High-Octane]]'': Through Telecom.
* '''2005''' ''Anime/GalleryFake'': First 26 episodes only, with Creator/TokyoKids.
* '''2005''' ''Buzzer Beater''
* '''2005''' ''Anime/GlassMask'': Second series and the [=OVA=] (which came out in 1998), first series is done by Eiken.
* '''2005''' ''Anime/{{The Snow Queen|2005}}'': TMS's adaptation of ''Literature/TheSnowQueen''.
* '''2005''' ''Tide Line Blue'': Through the Telecom unit.
* '''2005''' ''Fighting Beauty Wulong''
* '''2005''' ''Mushi King'': A anime based on the Sega game of the same name.
* '''2005''' ''Manga/AngelHeart''
* '''2006, 2016''' ''Manga/DGrayMan''
* '''2006''' ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple''
* '''2006''' ''Manga/RamenFighterMiki'': Through Telecom.
* '''2006''' ''[[Manga/ShizukuChan Pururun Shizuku Chan]]'': First two series only. The third series, ''Picchipichi Shizuku-chan'', was done by Creator/AsahiProduction.
* '''2007-2011''' ''Anime/{{Bakugan}}'': Co production with JapanVistec (and later, Creator/{{Nelvana}} on the production end of it) up until ''Bakugan Mechtanium Surge''. ''Baku Tech! Bakugan'' done by Creator/{{Xebec}}.
* '''2006-2008''' ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'': Two [=OVA=]s and three movies, the rest of the series is done by Toei and Creator/StudioLive.
* '''2007''' ''Kaze No Shojo Emily'': An adaptation of ''Literature/EmilyOfNewMoon''
* '''2007''' ''Piano No Mori'': Through Telecom, co-production with Creator/{{Madhouse}}.
* '''2007''' ''Manga/{{Moyashimon}}'': Through Telecom, both seasons.
* '''2007''' ''Oshare Majo Love And Berry'': A movie based off of Sega's ''Love And Berry''.
* '''2008''' ''Noramimi''
* '''2008''' ''Manga/ItazuraNaKiss''
* '''2008''' ''LightNovel/TelepathyShoujoRan''
* '''2008''' ''Scarecrowman'': With Creator/StudioHibari.
* '''2008''' ''Zenryoku Usagi''
* '''2008''' ''Live On Card Live R Kakeru''
* '''2008''' ''{{Mamegoma}}''
* '''2008''' ''Manga/TheDaughterOfTwentyFaces'': Through Telecom, co-production with Creator/StudioBones.
* '''2009''' ''Anime/GenjiMonogatariSennenki''
* '''2009''' A music video called ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAKnocLqjnQ Love To Live By]]''.
** Storyboard: Kazuhide Tomonaga.
** Director: Toshihiko Masuda.
* '''2009''' ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternFirstFlight'': TMS's first American production since 2000.
* '''2009-2011''' ''Manga/SaintSeiya'': ''The Lost Canvas'' [=OVA=]s, the rest of the series is done by Toei.

[[folder:Noteworthy productions from the 2010s]]
* '''2010''' ''Anime/HimeChenOtogiChikkuIdolLilpri'': First series only, second series by Creator/Studio4C.
* '''2010''' ''[[http://www.youtube.com/user/Anchobich Anchobich]]'': A [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2Ou3Epc0oA series]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7all8vzHKFI of]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LebFQnHXoJ4 You Tube]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVVZawDsKCk shorts]]; With Studio [=MooGoo=].
* '''2010''' ''Anime/YouAreUmasou'': with Creator/AjiaDo.
* '''2010''' ''Anime/CardfightVanguard''
* '''2011''' ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeoW2Jptu0g Cartoon Style Fighting Kids]]'' aka ''It's Tropical'': A British live-action/animated hybrid music video produced in the UK by Elnino and Studio 7-Machine Molle, but the live action was shot in France and the animation is done in Japan by TMS (Telecom unit); however, this video is NSFW due to all the bloodshed that goes on in it.
** Animation Directior: Toshihiko Masuda.
** Key Animation: Kazuhide Tomonaga, Yoshinobu Michihata, Sawako Miyamoto, Hiroyuki Aoyama, Atsuko Tanaka, Koichi Suenaga.
* '''2011''' ''Anime/SengokuOtome''
* ''Anime/AnimeMirai'': Formally known as ''Anime/ProjectA'', Anime Mirai is a production of multiple short movies done by a number of studios[[note]]Including ZEXCS, Creator/{{Madhouse}}, Creator/PAWorks, Creator/ProductionIG, Creator/{{Gonzo}}, Creator/TheAnswerStudio, Ascension and Creator/StudioTrigger[[/note]], all short movies done by the Telecom unit.
** '''2011''' ''O-Jii-San No Lamp''
** '''2012''' ''[[http://www.telecom-anime.com/works_buta.html Buta]]''
* '''2011, 2014''' ''Toaru Hikuushi E No Tsuioku'': [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=15397 TV Series]]; [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=11419 Production only for the movie]], actual animation for the movie done by {{Madhouse}}.
* '''2011''' ''[[http://hal-fue.com Hal's Flute]]'': Co-production with Creator/TheAnswerStudio.
* '''2012''' ''Manga/{{Zetman}}''
* '''2012''' ''Brave 10'': Production end only, actual animation for the series is done by the Studio Sakimakura unit.
* '''2012''' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueDoom'': Through Telecom.
* '''2012''' ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine'': The first new ''Lupin III'' series in 27 years.
* '''2012''' ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_or2gLvUeO4 Kubbe]]''
* '''2012''' ''WesternAnimation/SupermanVSTheElite'': Through Telecom.
* '''2012''' ''Anime/FuseTeppouMusumeNoTorimonochou''
* '''2012''' ''Manga/KamisamaKiss''
* '''2012''' ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'': Through Telecom (finish animation through TMS Photo), co-production with Creator/{{Sunrise}} for the first season and [[http://www.aikatsu-movie.net/ the movie]] (the later directed by Yuichiro Yano (main director) and Keiko Oyamada (supervising director)). Production Cooperation and background work for seasons 2 and 3[[note]]episodes 4, 10, 13, 15, 20, 27, 31, 36, 41 and 48 (episode 48 with Creator/StudioCockpit) for season 2; Episode 1 (Backgrounds), main pre intro bumper (Directed by Nobuo Tomizawa), first opening (Directed by Kazuhide Tomonaga) and first ending (Directed by Hisao Yokobori) for season 3[[/note]] also through Telecom.
** 2017 ''Aikatsu Stars'': Production assistance for episode 55.
* '''2012''' ''Suraj: The Rising Star'': Producer only; animation production by Creator/DQEntertainment.
* '''2013''' ''Anime/BakumatsuGijindenRoman''
* '''2013''' ''[[http://www.tms-e.co.jp/anime/anisava/ Anisava]]'': Production end only, actual animation done by [[http://www.dle.jp/en/ DLE]]
* '''2013''' ''Manga/YowamushiPedal''- Both seasons.
* '''2014''' ''Anime/ZXIgnition'': [[http://www.tms-e.co.jp/pdf/news/2013/131227komike.pdf Production end]]; [[http://taretele.seesaa.net/article/385213564.html Animation lead through Telecom]].
* '''2014''' ''VideoGame/HeroBank''
* '''2014''' ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'': [[http://yaraon.blog109.fc2.com/blog-entry-22568.html Season 3, through Telecom]].
* '''2014''' ''Anime/HisCooolSeHaGirls'': First anime made with UsefulNotes/MikuMikuDance.
* '''2014''' ''Anime/{{Francesca}}'': [[http://uhb.jp/program/francesca/staff/ First project made 100% in Toon Boom]], through Telecom, with Heart Bit.
* '''2014''' ''Manga/GugureKokkuriSan''
* '''2014''' ''Anime/GravestoneOfDaisukeJigen'', an entry from ''Franchise/LupinIII''
* '''2015''' ''{{Anime/DeDeDen}}'': A series of shorts, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R0p4a4-jrYY view them here]].
* '''2015''' ''Anime/JewelpetMagicalChange'': Producer only; animation production by Creator/StudioDeen; Previous series by [[Creator/AnimalYa Studio Comet]] and {{Creator/ZEXCS}}
* '''2015''' ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret''
* '''2015''' ''WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure''
* '''2015/2016''' ''Anime/PhantasyStarOnline2TheAnimation'': Through Telecom, started production in May 2015[[note]]For Telecom, Sega started their side of pre production including the writing, planning and everything outside of the designs, timing and the animation itself in February 2015[[/note]], finished production in July 2015, airing in 2016 to focus on the broadcast of ''Lupin III (Blue Jacket)''.
* '''2016''' ''{{Manga/Bakuon}}''
* '''2016''' ''Manga/ReLIFE''
* '''2016''' ''{{Manga/Orange}}'': With Telecom, started production in July 2015 right after Phantasy Star Online 2 The Animation's production was finished, completed in December 2015
* '''2016''' ''Bananya''
* '''2016''' ''Anime/AllOut'': With Telecom and Madhouse.
* '''2016''' ''Manga/NobunagaNoShinobi''
* '''2016''' ''Manga/SweetnessAndLightning'': With Creator/ShinEiDoga
* '''2016''' ''Trickster Detective''
* '''2016''' ''Baki Dou'': Through Telecom, started production in February 2016, finished in July 2016.
* '''2016/2017''' ''VideoGame/ChainChronicle'': Series; Through Telecom, with Graphinica.
* '''2017''' ''Onihei Hankachō'': Anime, production end only, animation done by Studio M2. [[note]]Not to be confused with the emulation company M2.[[/note]]
* '''2017''' ''Anime/GoemonIshikawasSprayOfBlood'': Annother entry from ''Lupin III''.
* '''2017''' ''Manga/NanamaruSanbatsu''
* '''2017''' ''Manga/KeppekiDanshiAoyamaKun'': Production end only, actual animation done by Creator/StudioHibari.
* '''2017''' ''LightNovel/ElegantYokaiApartmentLife'': Production end only, actual animation done by Creator/ShinEiDoga.
* '''2017''' ''Manga/BakiTheGrappler'': Second series, first series by Creator/GroupTAC.
* '''2018''' ''Manga/SkilledTeaserTakagi'': Production end only, actual animation done by Creator/ShinEiDoga.
* '''2018''' ''Megalo Box'': A spin off of ''Ashita no Joe''.

[[folder:Other Projects TMS (or their subdivisions Telecom and TMS Photo) had a hand in:]]

[[folder: Western Animation ]]

* ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'': "Beyond" (Digital Paint, through TMS Photo)
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanGothamKnight'': "Have I Got A Story For You" (Key Animation through Telecom by Hisao Yokobori)
* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'': "Hunter's Moon, Part 2" (Animation for [[Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationUnits Walt Disney Animation Japan]], through Telecom)
* ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternEmeraldKnights'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda and Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Monsuno}}'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda, episode 11)
* ''WesternAnimation/ObanStarRacers'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Christophe Ferreira, episode 3)
* ''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda and Yoshio Chatani [[note]]Ex-Creator/SpectrumAnimation Animator, now freelanced, stationed at Telecom[[/note]])
* ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats2011'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda, episode 1)
* ''Disney/TheTiggerMovie'' (Animation Cooperation for Walt Disney Animation Japan, through Telecom)
* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' ([[http://user.tninet.se/~cio759u/teamwork/int4.htm uncredited]]; TMS was also alleged to have animated the third season episode "Call of the Primatives", but this hasn't been proven)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' (Animation for the ''Noximilien'' and ''Orgest'' specials though Telecom by Christophe Ferreira and Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Waynehead}}'' (opening animation)


[[folder: Anime; non Ghibli, may also include select animators ]]

* ''Abunai Sisters Koko & Mika'' (Animation, through Jinni's)
* ''VisualNovel/{{Air}}'' (Production Assistance for the movie, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/AndroidAnnouncerMaico2010'' (Digital Paint & Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/AngelBeats'' (Key Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/{{Appleseed}} XIII'' (Animation Production; CGI for episode 12, through Jinni's)
* ''Anime/AquarionEvol'' (Finish Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' (2nd Key Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/BirdyTheMighty'' (Photography for the OVA, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/BlackCat'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/BloodC'' (Production Assistance for episode 7, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/BlueSubmarineNo6'' (Finish Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Literature/BraveStory'' (In-Between Animation, Paint and Production Cooperation through Telecom)
* ''Manga/CorpsePrincess'' (In-Between Assistance for season one, through Telecom)
* ''[[Anime/DarkerThanBlack Darker Than Black: Ryuusei no Gemini]]'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/DenpaKyoshi'' (Composite, through TMS Photo)
* ''LightNovel/DirtyPair Flash'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/EdenOfTheEast'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom. Key Animation for ''Paradise Lost'' by Yoshinobu Michihata)
* ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'' (Digital Paint, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/FirstSquad: Moment of Truth'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''[[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood]]'' (Production of episodes 44 & 55. Additional services for episodes 13, 18, 24, 34 and 50, all through Telecom).
* ''Anime/GetsumenToHeikiMina'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/GhostHound'' (Background Art, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/GhostInTheShellArise'' (Digital Paint and Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Great Anime/{{Dangaioh}}'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/GuiltyCrown'' (Backgrounds and Photography Cooperation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/GunsmithCats'' (Backgrounds, episodes 1 and 3. The former instance through Telecom by Tadashi Kudou)
* ''{{Manga/Haikyuu}}'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/{{Heroman}}'' (In-Between Animation)
* ''Hex Moon Guardians'' (Digital Paint; through Telecom and TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/HighlanderTheSearchForVengeance'' (Additional photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/HouseOfFiveLeaves'' (Digital Paint, In-Between Animation, Photography and Production Assistance, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/HunterXHunter -The Last Mission-'' (Key & 2nd Key Animation and Animation Assistance, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/TheIdolmaster'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/{{Inuyasha}}'': (4 episodes and one movie, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/JushinLiger'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/{{Kamichu}}'' (Digital Composite, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/{{Karin}}'' (Finish Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/{{Kekkaishi}}'' (Key & In-Between Animation and Production Cooperation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/KingOfThorn'' (In-Between Animation, through the main studio and Telecom. Finish Animation/Checking, Photography and Production Assistance through Telecom.)
* ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI Kingdom Hearts]]'' (Animation services for the first game, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/{{Kochikame}}'' (In-Between Animation and Backgrounds for the first movie, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/KurokoNoBasuke'' (Photography on episode 7, though Telecom)
* ''Anime/LastExileFamTheSilverWing'' (Production Assistance through Telecom. Visual effects, Finish Animation and Photography through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/ALetterToMomo'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' (In-Between Animation)
* ''Anime/MagicUsersClub'' (Digital Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/{{Medabots}} Damashii'' (Key & In-Between Animation; through Telecom)
* ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom. Key Animation by Hiroyuki Aoyama)
* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' (Backgrounds for two episodes[[note]]17 & 21[[/note]], through Telecom)
** ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamCharsCounterattack'' (Photography Assistance)
** ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamF91'' (Photography Assistance, through TMS Photo)
** ''Manga/MobileSuitGundamTheOrigin'' (Key Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/MyLittleMonster'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/NagiAsuALullInTheSea'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/NinjaScroll'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/NodameCantabile'' (Finish Animation for second season, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/NurseWitchKomugi'' (First two episodes - Backgrounds, Digital Paint, In-Between & Key Animation, Photography, Production Assistance with Creator/KyotoAnimation and Creator/TatsunokoProduction. All instances through Telecom)
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' (movies 1 & 6, production assistance with Toei through TMS Photo)
* ''[[VisualNovel/OtomeWaBokuNiKoishiteru Otoboku]]'' (Finish Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/PaniPoniDash'' (Finish & In-Between Animation, though Telecom)
* ''Anime/ProfessorLaytonAndTheEternalDiva'' (Background Art and In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
** ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheLastSpecter'' (Background Art; Finish & In-Between Animation; Cinematography and Production Support, through Telecom)
** ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'' (Background Art, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/ProjectBlueEarthSOS'' (In-Between Animation, Finish Animation, Photography and Production Cooperation for episodes five & six through Telecom. Key Animation by Hisao Yokobori)
* ''Anime/OblivionIslandHarukaAndTheMagicMirror'' (CGI for Creator/ProductionIG, through Jinni's)
* ''VideoGame/RadiantSilvergun'' (Finish Animation for {{Creator/GONZO}}, though Telecom)
* ''Anime/{{Raideen}}'' (CGI for the 2007 series, through Jinni's, Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda and Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''Anime/RahXephon'' (In-Between Animation through Telecom. Production Assistance for ''Pluralitas Concentio'' through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/RaveMaster'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/RealDrive'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''LightNovel/RokkaBravesOfTheSixFlowers'' (Opening, through Telecom, series by Passione [[note]]Directed by Kazuhide Tomonaga; Known Key Animators; Toshihiko Masuda, Hisao Yokobori.[[/note]])
* ''Anime/RollingGirls'' (Key Animation for episode 4, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/SaberMarionetteJ Again'' (Finish Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/SazaeSan'' (Production Assistance, through Telecom)
* ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara: Samurai Kings'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Franchise/SentouYouseiYukikaze'' (Key Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/SgtFrog'' (Line Test, through TMS Photo)
* ''{{Anime/Shigofumi}}'' (Finish Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/SilverSpoon'' (Key Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/SkipBeat'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/SkullMan'' (Key, Finish & In-Between Animation)
* ''Manga/{{Softenni}}'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/SoltyRei'' (Finish Animation; through Telecom)
* ''Manga/SoraNoManimani'' (Backgrounds, In-Between Animation, Photography and Production Assistance, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/SoulEater'' (In-Between animation. Production Cooperation for episode 34 through Telecom)
* ''Anime/SpecialA'' (Clean-Up Animation, through Telecom)
* ''{{Manga/Spriggan}}'' (Finish Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/StarshipTroopers'' (Photography, through TMS Photo)
* ''Anime/{{Steamboy}}'' (Animation Assistance, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/StrikeWitches'' (Backgrounds for the movie, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/SwordOfTheStranger'' (In-Between animation)
* ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheAbyss'' (In-Between Animation for the series, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/TariTari'' (Finish Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' (In-Between Animation; Finish Animation through Telecom)
* ''Manga/ACertainScientificRailgun'' (Finish Animation, through TMS Photo)
* ''Manga/{{Terraformars}}'' (VFX for the film, through Jinni's)
* ''Anime/TokyoMajin'' (Finish Animation, through Telecom)
* ''LightNovel/TokyoRavens'' (In-Between Animation, through Telecom; Key Animation for episode 3 by Hiroyuki Aoyama)
* ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' (Backgrounds, through Telecom)
* ''Series/WinterSonata'' (Ending animation, through Telecom)
* ''Anime/WXIIIPatlaborTheMovie3'' (Key Animation, through Telecom)
* ''Manga/YakitateJapan'' (Composite through TMS Photo; Production Assistance through Telecom)
* ''Anime/{{Yatterman}}'' (VFX for the film, through Jinni's)


[[folder: Anime; Through select animators, list not complete ]]

* ''Manga/AkuNoHana'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''LightNovel/BodaciousSpacePirates'' (Key Animation for episode 1 through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/CampusSpecialInvestigatorHikaruon'' (Key Animation by Osamu Nabeshima, Seiji Muta, Yasuchika Nagaoka and Hajime Kamegaki)
* ''VideoGame/ChousokuHenkeiGyrozetter'' (Key Animation for episodes 6 & 24 through Telecom by Christophe Ferreira & Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' (Key Animation for episode 11 of ''R2'' through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/CrossAnge'' (Key Animation for the opening and episodes 2, 6, 7, 12, 15, 17, 21 & 24 and 2nd Key Animation for episode 25 through Telecom by Sawako Miyamoto. Key Animation for episode 9 by Masaaki Kudo)
* ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''Manga/DeathNote'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Kenji Hachizaki and Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/{{Diebuster}}'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Chie Nishizawa)
* ''[[Anime/ExDriver éX-Driver]]'' (Layout and Animation by Takahiko Shobu, Noboru Furuse and Mitsuru Soma. Key Animation for the movie by Satoshi Hirayama)
* ''Manga/FullMoonOSagashite'' (Key Animation for episode 39 through Telecom by Yuichiro Yano)
* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Hiroyuki Aoyama)
* ''Manga/GiantRobo'' (Key Animation by Hajime Kamegaki)
* ''Anime/TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' (Photography Cooperation through TMS Photo. Key Animation through Telecom by Kenji Hachizaki and Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Himitsu ~The Revelation~'' (Key Animation and Animation Direction through Telecom by Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''Manga/InitialD'' (Character Design and Animation Direction for ''Extra Stage'' by Noboru Furuse)
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' (2012 series, Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/KiddyGirlAnd'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Manga/KidsOnTheSlope'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda and Sawako Miyamoto)
* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamAGE'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''[[Anime/{{Pokemon}} Pokemon X and Y]]'' (Storyboards on episode 38 by Nobuo Tomizawa, Key Animation by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/{{Shirobako}}'' (Key Animation for episode 18 through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''VideoGame/{{Shenmue}}'' (Storyboard services for the third game, through Telecom, by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}} Evolution-R'' (Key Animation for episode 2 through Telecom by Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/SpaceDandy'' (Production Assistance through Telecom; Key Animation by Hiroyuki Aoyama (Episode 1, 17, 19, 21 and 26, Animation Director on Episodes 2, 10, 17 and 19, 2nd Key Animation on episode 10, Assistant Animation Director on episode 12 and Key Animation Retakes on episode 16), Kenji Hachizaki (Opening and Episodes 2, 10, 17, 19 and 26), Atsuko Tanaka (Episode 2), Takashi Kawaguchi (stationed at Telecom, Episode 10) and Sawako Miyamoto (Episodes 3 and 5))
* ''Anime/SummerWars'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Kenji Hachizaki, Atsuko Tanaka and Sawako Miyamoto. Hiroyuki Aoyama was also stationed at Telecom for Key Animation but was stationed at {{Madhouse}} for Animation Direction and Storyboards)
* ''Anime/{{Tekkonkinkreet}}'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Kenji Hachizaki and Teiichi Takiguchi)
* ''Manga/UruseiYatsura: The Final Chapter'' (Animation Assistance through Telecom by Keiko Yozawa)
* ''Anime/WolfChildren'' (Key Animation through Telecom by Kenji Hachizaki)


[[folder: Anime; Studio Ghibli ]]

And it just couldn't be complete without working with Creator/StudioGhibli on several occasions (all instances through Telecom)

* ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'' (Key Animation by Kazuhide Tomonaga)
* ''Anime/PorcoRosso'' (Animation Cooperation)
* ''Anime/PomPoko'' (Key, In-Between & Clean-Up Animation)
* ''Anime/WhisperOfTheHeart'' (Key & In-between Animation)
* ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'' (In-Between & Clean-Up Animation; Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka)
* ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' (Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka)
* ''Anime/TheCatReturns'' (Animation Cooperation)
* ''Anime/HowlsMovingCastle'' (Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka, Kenji Hachizaki and Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''Anime/TalesFromEarthsea'' (Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka, Kenji Hachizaki and Toshihiko Masuda)
* ''[[Anime/PonyoOnTheCliffByTheSea Ponyo]]'' (Key Animation by Toshihiko Masuda and Atsuko Tanaka)
* ''[[Anime/{{Arrietty}} The Borrower Arrietty]]'' (Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka and Takashi Kawaguchi, the later who is now freelanced is stationed at Telecom for this)
* ''Anime/FromUpOnPoppyHill'' (Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka and Hiroyuki Aoyama, the later who did some freelanced work in the past is stationed at Telecom for this)
* ''Anime/TheWindRises'' (Key Animation by Atsuko Tanaka, Hiroyuki Aoyama and Kazuhide Tomonaga)

[[folder:Tropes associated with TMS Entertainment]]
* AnimationBump: Not just in animation itself compared to other studios used at the time, but color keys and shading as well.
--> '''Bruce Timm''': I think when we shipped them 'Clayface,' they said to themselves: They think they know everything, but we'll show them how do do this show. We'll change Batman's colors. We'll do special color key treatments on the villains when they're walking over the green vat. We'll blow them away.' If that's their revenge, thank you for proving us wrong. I was so happy with that episode." "The sequence where Daggett and Germs are walking over that green vat, those characters look like they're three-dimensional. They look like they're rotoscoped. When Daggett slowly turns toward the camera, the shadows really wrap around his face. It's as if they're real! They did all those colors themselves. We couldn't even ask for those colors if we wanted to. They aren't even in our palette. They had to specially mix those colors."
* BigBudgetBeefUp: The WesternAnimation that came out of the studio tended to cost a lot more than most of the other animation studios companies that Disney and Warner Bros. were using at the time.
%%* ConspicuousCG:
%%** ''Anime/{{Bakugan}}''
%%** ''Anime/HimeChenOtogiChikkuIdolLilpri''
%%** ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternFirstFlight''
%%** the [[AllCGICartoon all CG show]] ''Hamtaro Hai'' (and the new content in the 1st show's rebroadcast ''Dechu'', and parts of the 4 movies).
%%** TMS tends to ship off most of its CG work to a studio called SMDE[[note]]Creator/ShogakukanMusicAndDigitalEntertainment for the initial-declined[[/note]] and other Japanese studios (like Creator/{{Ufotable}} on ''Anime/SonicX'') or by their TMS Photo and Telecom units.
%%* DoingItForTheArt
%%* IconicLogo
* LimitedAnimation: Justified throughout the '60s and '70s, as practically everyone, even Disney was doing it due to incredibly low budgets. They do tend to fare better than other studios (with some exceptions as shown below) when it comes to television animation, though.
** Averted (for the most part) in their American work, often being considered one of the best Japanese studios.
* OffModel: Even they're guilty of this. Mostly seen in their work from the '70s, ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'' and ''Anime/WeissKreuz''. For more recent offenders, there's ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'', ''Anime/SonicX'', ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'' and ''Anime/{{Bakugan}}''.
* UsefulNotes/TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation: One of the first studios '''''to''''' break from [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation the "Dark Age"]].