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Wit Studio

Wit Studio
Kabushiki kaisha
Industry Animation studio
Genre various
Founded June 1, 2012[1]
Headquarters Musashino, Tokyo, Japan[1]
Key people
[1]
Products Anime (Television, Film, OVA)
Total equity ¥ 30,000,000[1]
Parent IG Port
Website .jp.cowitstudio

WIT STUDIO, Inc. (株式会社ウィットスタジオ Kabushiki-gaisha Witto Sutajio) is an Attack on Titan manga series.[1]

Wit Studio was funded with an initial investment of ¥30,000,000 in capital from IG Port, Wada and Nakatake, who are reported to own 66.6%, 21.6% and 10.0% equity in the studio respectively.[2][3]

Filmography

Television

Year Title Director Format Notes
2013 Attack on Titan Tetsurō Araki TV Series 25 episodes
2014 Hōzuki no Reitetsu Hiro Kaburaki TV Series 13 episodes
2015 The Rolling Girls Kotomi Deai TV Series 12 episodes
2015 Seraph of the End Daisuke Tokudo TV Series 12 episodes
2015 Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya Daisuke Tokudo TV Series 12 episodes
2016 Kōtetsujō no Kabaneri Tetsurō Araki TV Series
2016 Attack on Titan 2nd Season[4] Tetsurō Araki TV Series

Other

Year Title Director Format Notes
2013 Hal Ryōtarō Makihara Film
2013 - 2014 Attack on Titan Tetsurō Araki OVA 3 episodes
2014 Attack on Titan: Guren no Yumiya Tetsurō Araki Film
2014 - 2015 Attack on Titan: No Regrets Tetsurō Araki OVA 2 Episodes
2015 Hōzuki no Reitetsu Hiro Kaburaki OVA 3 Episodes
2015 Attack on Titan: Jiyū no Tsubasa Tetsurō Araki Film
2015 The Empire of Corpses Ryōtarō Makihara Film Part of Project Itoh

References

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  4. ^ http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-11-21/attack-on-titan-tv-anime-gets-2nd-season-in-2016/.81305

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