BONES

BONES is a anime/manga company
Edit this Page
The content below is entirely editable.

One of Japan's most popular animation studios.

History

Although not one of Japan's most prolific studios, BONES is one of the most popular studios, thanks in large part to its creation of the anime version of Fullmetal Alchemist and collaboration with Sunrise on the film Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door. The studio was founded in 1998 and has always been an independent studio.

Xam'd: Lost Memories

BONES' series Xam'd: Lost Memories is now famous for being the first Japanese anime made for Japanese audiences but released in North America prior to its Japanese release. This is because co-developer Sony Computer Entertainment placed the series as a launch title for the Playstation Network, which opened to North American audiences on July 16th, 2008 while the Japanese version opened September 24th, 2008.

Although the quality and timeliness were impressive, many fans were put off by the prices for Xam'd episodes, which were only available as rentals for $2.99 per episode ($3.99 per episode for HD).
General Information Edit
Company Name BONES
Japanese Name: ボンズ
Romaji Name: Bonzu
Street Address
City
State
Country Japan
Website http://www.bones.co.jp/index2.html
Contact Email
Phone Number
Date Founded None
Aliases
Top Editors
Mandatory Network

Submissions can take several hours to be approved.

Save ChangesCancel