Shin Hakkenden is a Japanese anime series. The anime is based on the epic novel Nansō Satomi Hakkenden except it is set in the future. Directed by Katsuyoshi Yatabe, the anime's 26 episodes were broadcast on TV Tokyo between April 3, 1999 and September 25, 1999.
The two anime adaptations of Lensman novels are the movie Lensman: Secret of The Lens and the TV series Galactic Patrol Lensman. Although these were produced with the knowledge and consent of Smith's estate, the executors were so displeased with the result that for several years they rejected any other suggestions of adaptation. Several dub-only releases of the movie opened in North America, and the first four episodes of the TV series were released in a heavily edited form by Harmony Gold USA. Despite sharing character and organization names, as well as central themes common to the books, artistic license produced a final product altogether different from the source material.
In a near future, mankind has moved from a drained Earth to the Moon. Rebel acts of terrorism lead to conflicts with the Earth Federal Government. A mysterious entity called Dallos appears to restore hope.
A newly single Harley Quinn sets off to make it on her own in Gotham City.
The year is 2016. The place is New Port City. The Tank Police are still waging a desperate war on crime, and their tactics are still highly questionable. Mayor Weatherby is trying to pass a bill banning certain weapons from the city, which makes her a target of the Dai Nippon Geiken Corporation, who are now manufacturing mobile weapons that even the Tank Police may not be able to stop. Dai Nippon Geiken is also connected with the murder of Leona Ozaki's former partner, Charon Ishira, making the battle all the more personal for the Tank Police's number one officer, who will stop at nothing to avenge her partner. But can she pay the high price revenge calls for?
Space Night is the name of a German television program of the Bayerischer Rundfunk. It is a mixture of chill-out-music and images of the earth as seen from space interspersed with informative broadcasts.
Romuald the Reindeer was a 1996 animated series, created by Robin Lyons and Andrew Offiler, and produced by Siriol Productions and La Fabrique. It focuses on the adventures of a Christmas reindeer named Romuald, a character who had previously appeared in Siriol productions/La Fabriques' thirty minute specials Santa and the Tooth Fairies and Santa's First Flight. The series ran for a single season, consisting of thirteen ten-minute episodes.