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Genius Party Beyond

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Genius Party 2, Gala, Moondrive, Wanwa the Puppy, Tojin Kit, Dimension Bomb
Japanese: ジーニアスパーティービヨンド


Type: Movie
Episodes: 5
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 11, 2008
Producers: Beyond C.
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio 4°C
Source: Unknown
Duration: 15 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 7.371 (scored by 5,186 users)
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Ranked: #21112
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3033
Members: 11,124
Favorites: 44
Ranked #2111Popularity #3033Members 11,124
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Episodes: /5
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The sequel to Genius Party. It includes most of the films which were eventually finished but not included in the original Genius Party.

1: Gala (Mahiro Maeda)
2: Moondrive (Kazuto Nakazawa)
3. Wanwa the Puppy (Shinya Ohira)
4: Tojin Kit (Tatsuyuki Tanaka)
5: Dimension Bomb (Koji Morimoto)


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Characters & Voice Actors

Kanno, Yoko
Kanno, Yoko


Tanaka, Eiko
Tanaka, Eiko
Morimoto, Kouji
Morimoto, Kouji
Ohira, Shinya
Ohira, Shinya
Director, Storyboard, Character Design, Animation Director, Background Art, Key Animation
Nakazawa, Kazuto
Nakazawa, Kazuto
Director, Storyboard, Character Design, Key Animation, Animation Director

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"Zero" by Tamurapan

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May 28, 2011
Kalbrik (All reviews)
Like previous Studio 4c collaborations "Batman: Gothic Knight" and "The Animatrix", the Genius Party shorts are less about showcasing deep stories than they are about showcasing the wonders of animation. Unlike the previously listed collaborations, the Genius Party shorts are primarily personal projects made by both established and independent animators. The only thing that can be stated about the shorts as a whole is that they are wonderfully imaginative and colorful, and the Beyond shorts are arguably even more imaginative than the original Genius Party works.

The first short, "Gala", directed by anime regular Mahiro Maeda of GONZO fame, is essentially a music video read more
May 4, 2012
HybridMedia (All reviews)
Time to go BEYOND…….

Gala: From director Mahiro Maeda of GONZO, this is set up more of a music video (although better than current music videos) when a meteorite crashes upon a village and the only way to keep it under control is to perform music or soothe it. The music itself drives the energy and life in this anime because everything else wasn’t helping at all, but it doesn’t mean it was bad. It was just the usual animation and art-style of this short.

Moondrive: Kazuto Nazakawa, known for work in Samurai Champloo, The Animatrix and director of the anime sequence in Kill Bill, Vol. 1 read more


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