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Broccoli[1] Co., Ltd. (株式会社ブロッコリー kabushiki-gaisha burokkorii?) is a Japanese company that is synonymous with Gamers (ゲーマーズ Gēmāzu?) which their retail chain stores are named, but is not a separate company. Broccoli is the parent company of Broccoli Music Publishing, Broccoli International USA, and Anime Gamers USA Inc. Broccoli also publish manga under Broccoli Books.

Gamers (retail chain)Edit

Their retail stores, Gamers, is famous for increasing the popularity of Dejiko, a catgirl character created by Koge-Donbo for a Gamers advertisement. While the first and original Gamers store was in Ikebukuro, a district of Tokyo, Japan, the Gamers headquarters store is located in Akihabara, Japan. The original Ikebukuro store closed its doors to business on January 15 2006 with a final sales event.

There are Gamers locations throughout Japan and one in Los Angeles, California. The Los Angeles store is known as "Anime Gamers" due to another American company holding the "Gamers" trademark.

Anime and mangaEdit

Broccoli is credited with the production of several anime and manga. Madhouse productions is their close working partner, being the anime producer of many of Broccoli's anime.

Works

  • Aquarian Age: Sign for Evolution
    • Aquarian Age OVA (Distributor, Original Concept, Planning, Production)
  • Di Gi Charat
    • Di Gi Charat - A Trip to the Planet (movie)
    • Di Gi Charat Christmas Special
    • Di Gi Charat Natsuyasumi Special
    • Di Gi Charat Nyo
    • Di Gi Charat Ohanami Special
    • Di Gi Charat Summer Special
    • Di Gi Charat Theater (manga)
    • Di Gi Charat Theater: Leave it to Piyoko! (manga)
    • Di Gi Charat: Dejiko's Champion Cup Theatre (manga)*
    • Leave it to Piyoko! OVA
    • Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat
  • First Kiss Story OVA
  • Galaxy Angel (Copyright, Original story, Production)
    • Galaxy Angel A (Original Concept, Planning, Production)
    • Galaxy Angel X (Original Concept, Planning, Production)
    • Galaxy Angel Z (Original story, Production)
  • Kon Kon Kokon
  • Little Snow Fairy Sugar
    • Little Snow Fairy Sugar (manga) : Original Concept
    • Little Snow Fairy Summer Special
  • Lucky Star
  • Mouse
  • Neppu Kairiku Bushi Lord
  • Pitaten
  • Princess Concerto
  • R.O.D the TV

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Stylized as BROCCOLI in Japanese.

External linksEdit

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