Given name: 弘Family name: 根岸
Birthday: Jul 18, 1960Website:
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Hiroshi Negishi is a anime director, who got his start at Toei Animation, and would later join Tatsunoko Production and Anime International Company (AIC). In 1991, he would establish Zero-G Room, and later Radix, in 1995. Both studios were merge in 2001, with the surviving studio being Radix. In 2011, he revived the Zero-G brand, and established Zero-G. In May, 2014, he established Animation Innovation Content Project (AIC Project), A studio unrelated to AIC, besides licensing the AIC brand from AIC. In July, 2015, AIC Project announced that it had acquired Saber Marionette IP, and that a Saber Marionette anime was greenlit for a release of 2016 (what had happened to the project, is still unknown). In May, 2016, AIC Project announced that their company trade name would be changed to Saber Project.
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