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Summer 2012 Anime Season Statistics Slideshow

Summer 2012 Anime Season Statistics Slideshow

I created this for statistical and referential purposes. Probably the first Anime-centric Speaker Deck slideshow.

Jay Agonoy

June 29, 2012
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  1. Summer 2012 Anime Season
    Statistics Slideshow

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  2. At a glance
    • 24 animation studios have done their work /
    are working for this season’s anime series.
    • There are 33 anime series this season, 26 of
    them are new series.
    • There are 10 TV networks (and 1 web channel)
    that will participate spreading anime
    throughout Japan.
    • 71++ notable seiyuus have roles in different
    anime this season.

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  3. Genres
    Genres Covered in the Summer 2012 Anime Season [1]
    Action
    History
    Fantasy
    Sci-fi
    Drama
    Slice-of-Life
    Romance
    Comedy
    School Life
    Supernatural

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  4. Genres
    • Fantasy and Comedy are the ruling genres,
    followed by Romance (9), Action (8), History
    (4), Sci-fi (4), Drama (3), School Life (3),
    Supernatural (3), Adventure (2), Slice-of-Life
    (1) and Science (1).
    [Most anime follows a two-genre system, though.]

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  5. Studios
    Xebec, 1 P.A. Works, 1
    ixtl, 1 Satelight, 1
    TYO
    Animations,
    1
    Sunrise, 1
    Telecom
    Animation, 1
    Shirogumi, 1
    Arms, 1
    feel., 1
    Diomedea, 1
    Seven Arcs, 1 Toei
    Animation, 1
    A-1 Pictures, 1
    Madhouse, 1
    Studio
    Deen, 1
    Studio Pierrot, 1
    JC Staff, 2
    Silver Link, 2
    Douga Koubou,
    2
    Studio Gokumi,
    2
    AIC, 3

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  6. Studios
    • The Busiest Studios this season are JC Staff (2),
    Silver Link (2), Douga Koubou (2), Studio Gokumi
    (2, one of which is a collab) and AIC (ASTA, Classic
    / Premiere and Build are subsets of the company,
    so it is counted as 3 new creations).
    • Most studios are doing either 1 new work or 1
    collaboration work.
    • Excluded from this list are the recurring anime
    (i.e. Fairy Tail does not count as A-1’s new
    creation).

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  7. Media / Channels
    Channels that will air New / Recurring Anime
    TV Tokyo (TX)
    TV Kanagawa (tvk)
    AT-X
    Tokyo MX (MX)
    Mainichi Broadcasting
    System (MBS)
    Fuji TV (CX)

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  8. Media / Channels
    • TV Tokyo is still the king (6 new, 1 recurring).
    • tvk and AT-X has 4 new series to air.
    • MX has 3 new and 1 recurring to air.
    • CX, for its noitaminA block, have 2 new to air.
    • TBS has 2 new series to air.
    • ytv has 1 new and 1 recurring series to air.
    • Both NHK and NND have only 1 series to air.

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  9. Seiyuus
    • In 71 notable seiyuus [2]
    – Three of them are busiest (Fukuyama Jun, Mamiko Noto
    and Sakurai Takahiro) with 5 roles.
    – Four of them (Hanazawa Kana, Ohara Sayaka, Sawashiro
    Miyuki and Hikasa Youko) have 4 roles.
    – Seven of them have three roles (Ishihara Kaori, Nakamura
    Yuuichi, Ono Daisuke, Shimono Hiro, Taketatsu Ayana,
    Hidaka Rina and Nakata Jouji).
    – Eighteen of them have 2 roles. (including Takagaki Ayahi,
    Yuuki Aoi, Katou Emiri, Toyosaki Aki, Endou Aya, Kanemoto
    Hisako and Nakahara Mai [of which has two leads])
    – The rest (31+) have only one role to play.

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  10. Dates / Times
    • Most anime series will start to air by 1st, 5th,
    6th and 7th of July.
    • Most anime series will air around late nights
    (as they usually do).
    • Estetica and Boku-H will air earlier than the
    others.

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  11. Notes
    • [1] As classified by Random Curiosity.
    • [2] As stated by either RandomC or hashihime.
    Please take note that the list was too long it
    did not fit the chart.

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  12. Notes
    • This data was gathered from two sources,
    namely Random Curiosity
    (http://randomc.net) and hashihime
    (http://hashihime.blogspot.com).
    • Send a message to
    [email protected] if you have
    inquiries.

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