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Studio Junio is an anime studio from the 1970s. They're not around anymore, thus not much is known about this studio. At least other than that they worked with T Ms for several anime in the '70s and '80s.
Major Productions by Junio:
- 3×3 Eyes: Legend of the Divine Demon
- Barbie and the Rockers: Out of This World
- Batman: The Animated Series (Seven episodes)
- Freakazoid (One episode)
- Montana Jones
- Popples (With KKC and D Asia, Studio Shaft, Studio Korumi and Madhouse)
- Road Rovers (With Wang Film Productions, AKOM and others)
- Saber Marionette J
- Sonic CD (Cutscenes, With Toei Animation)
- Trigun (With Madhouse and DR Movie)
Other Projects by Junio
- Agent Aika (In-Between Animation)
- Anpanman (Finish & In-Between Animation)
- Dragonball Z (Key & In-Between Animation)
- Flame of Recca (In-Between Animation)
- ~Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade~ (In-Between Animation)
- Lupin III (Key Animation for Dead or Alive, From Russia With Love and Voyage to Danger; Animation Assistance for The Secret of Twilight Gemini; Was also involved with the first series)
- Neon Genesis Evangelion (Animation, End of Evangelion)
- Rose of Versailles (Finish Animation)
- Rurouni Kenshin (Key Animation)
- Slayers (Production Assistance for The Movie)
- Touch (Production Assistance)
Tropes associated with Junio
- Animation Bump: Sonic CD, Batman
- Animesque: One of Junio's Batman episodes had this (see Off Model below).
- Off-Model: Junio did animation for one Batman episode that looked nothing like their other episodes (or indeed, like the other studios). This almost caused the WB staff to fire them, much as they did with Sunrise and AKOM.
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