2 bonus episodes done as a part of the 100th Anniversary campaign video collaboration with Universal Studios. Episode 1 features E.T. and episode 2 features Jaws.
Slice of life comedy about pitfalls of Japanese society.
Peeping Life Collaboration with Beppu City.
An incarnation of the Peeping Life franchise covers Tezuka anime characters and Tatsunoko Production anime characters such as Princess Sapphire and Casshern.
4 Peeping Life: Tezuka Pro - Tatsunoko Pro Wonderland episodes that did not make it to the official DVD.
This "slow-life anime" is part of the datsuryoku-kei (ennui-style) genre of comedy that depicts the minutiae of everyday life. The series observes the daily lives of Heroes from the worlds of Tezuka P...read more.
YouTuber-kun meeting different YouTube celebrities.
Movie of Peeping Life.
This is a sketch drama consisting of four episodes on dating in collaboration with the leading food company Momoya.
SAT (Union Forest Company's Security division) and Peeping Life collaboration.
A continuation of last season as Shiromeshi-kun continues his attempts at dating and finding refuge in Momoya food toppings.
A sequel to Peeping Life comedy anthology, The Perfect Emotion features 10 new animated versions of improvised comedy sketches.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise, this time featuring scenes from older times.
Collaboration between Peeping Life, Tatsunoko Productions, Circle K Sunkus, and TV Asahi. The first episode Boyakki helps Yatterman No. 2 fix Omocchama who broken mid-battle. The second episode has Ot...read more.
NTV's ZIP! and Peeping Life collaboration. Completely unscripted dialogue between NTV's announcers Mika Oguma and Taichi Masu and Peeping Life's Otaku-kun.
The Peeping Life comedy anime series spawned five shorts for Japanese theaters. Each of the five shorts was running on the lobby monitors in T-Joy's theater chain for two weeks before being replaced b...read more.
Collaboration of Peeping Life and JU.
Collaboration of Peeping Life and PS3. A DVD containing 6 PS3 related Peeping Life episodes was given out at the 2010 Tokyo Game show.
Peeping Life collaboration with Takemoto Denki, an electronics company. The short focuses on a career fair booth between the attendant and job hunting student.
A Peeping Life and Sanyo collaboration made to promote Sanyo's summer ocean themed pachinko line with a Momotarou Densetsu pachinko game machine.
In honor of Peeping Life's broadcast on Kids Station, three CMs were made for the TV channel.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise.
Special included in the Peeping Life: The Perfect Emotion's DVD release.
The newlyweds have moved to the Kansai region! For now they've settled down, but their room is still a huge mess. They also realize that they've been wasting a lot of electricity, and they begin to po...read more.
Specials included on Peeping Life: The Perfect Extension OVA, these were not considered a part of the normal episode count of the OVA. Both episodes follow Otaku-kun as he reviews Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo a...read more.
Specials included on the DVD release of Peeping Life: The Perfect Explosion that focus on Otaku-kun talking about "Celebrating Universal's 100th Anniversary" and Otaku-kun interacting with a animegao...read more.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise, The Perfect Extension features 10 new animated versions of improvised comedy sketches.
As "another story" set after the end of the original manga, this what-if "Return" plot depicts what happens to the title character after his final act to save Earth. After drifting in space, the robot...read more.
Another iteration in the Peeping Life franchise, The Perfect Evolution features 10 new animated versions of improvised comedy sketches.
3 bonus episodes centering around TV Asahi's female announcers.
In honor of Peeping Life's broadcast on TV Asahi, a special episode was made featuring Otaku-kun and a female announcer from the TV station.
First special is a music video for the opening song. Second special is a bonus episode.
Peeping Life collaboration with Kaijuu Sakaba, a real tavern where kaijuu costumes from the Ultraman franchise are on display. Events are held where people can dine with the actors dressed in the kaij...read more.
A collaboration with the Peeping Life franchise and I-O Data (a Japanese computer peripheral manufacturer).
Hinako returns to our TV screens, this time showing us how to sleep.
After living in Transylvania for several years, "Earl Dracula" (as Osamu Tezuka's official website calls him in English) has moved to Japan. In the Nerima Ward of Tokyo, he and his daughter, Chocola,...read more.
The film's plot tells the story of how Satoshi and Pikachu came to know each other. Pikachu was not cooperative toward Satoshi, but Satoshi only wanted to be friends with Pikachu. On the day they set...read more.
Goku and Kuririn are given an assignment by Kame-Sen'nin: "Retrieve the sleeping princess from Lucifer and I will take you as my students." But the mission proves to be more perilous than originally t...read more.
The heroine is a normal girl, until one day she is invited to another world and becomes the princess of the dream world, where people use dreams as the energy to live. One day, the dream world is bein...read more.
An alternate retelling of the classic Sleeping Beauty fairy tale. The story begins in the same way as the original story but our young heroine instead of falling under the mystical spell begins to unc...read more.
Official music video for the collaborative song "Sleeping Beauty" by Korean hip-hop group Epik High and Japanese pop band Sekai no Owari (also known as End of the World). It is directed by Kousuke Sug...read more.
In ancient Nepal, the lives of the re plagued by drought, famine, constant warfare and the injustices of the strict caste system. The intertwining lives of many unhappy souls are drawn together by the...read more.
Tezuka Osamu who going to a 21 Century new year's party with all the charters he made. One thing leads to another and he ends up missing! It's up to his most popular charters to find out what happened...read more.
2500 years ago, in India, Siddhartha was born as a prince of the Shakya clan, but he gives up his position as a prince to see the world. While he travels he meets a strange boy named Assaji, who can p...read more.
On a dark night, the Japanese police is raided by a spy. Different countries' intelligence agencies—such as England's MI6, Germany's BND, and America's CIA—as well as the FBI's secret files are going...read more.
Through the Italian National Broadcasting Network, Tezuka Osamu received an ardent request from the Vatican to make the Bible into animated form. This request was probably made to see how the Bible wo...read more.
Hello Kitty version of Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault.
A planetarium film exclusive to the Kyoto via the Joyo City Cultural Center's planetarium. In part a promotion for the Kyoto Tezuka Osamu World that opened the same year (which closed in 2011), a deca...read more.
Dismissed as a hopeless loser by those around him, 27-year-old Arata Kaizaki bounces around from one job to another after quitting his first company. His unremarkable existence takes a sharp turn when...read more.