Radix Ace Entertainment

Radix Ace Entertainment Co., Ltd (Japanese: 株式会社ラディクスエースエンタテインメント, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gaisha Radikusu Ēsu Entateinmento) was a Japanese animation studio closed on October 1, 2006. The studio was formed on September 3, 2001 from a merger between Radix (founded on December 6, 1995) and Zero-G Room (founded on September 11, 1991). Much of the staff from Radix Ace joined Seven or merged with Mobanimation to become Radix Mobanimation in 2007.

Radix Ace Entertainment
Native name
株式会社ラディクスエースエンタテインメント
Kabushiki-gaisha Radikusu Ēsu Entateinmento
TypeKabushiki gaisha
IndustryJapanese animation
PredecessorRadix (founded on December 6, 1995; 26 years ago (December 6, 1995))
Zero-G Room (founded on September 11, 1991; 30 years ago (September 11, 1991))
FoundedSeptember 3, 2001; 20 years ago (September 3, 2001)
DefunctOctober 1, 2006; 15 years ago (October 1, 2006)
SuccessorRadix Mobanimation
Seven
Zero-G Inc.
HeadquartersChiyoda, Tokyo, Japan
SubsidiariesRadix Digital Shitsu (1999–2004, initially a subsidiary of Radix)

WorksEdit

TV seriesEdit

Title Episodes Original run Notes
Radix (1995–2001)
Master of Mosquiton '99 26 October 1997 –
April 1998
Remake of Master of Mosquiton by Zero-G Room.
Nazca 12 April 1998 –
June 1998
Silent Möbius 26 April 1998 –
September 1998
Baby Felix 26 October 2000 –
June 2001
Co-produced with Aeon.
Android Kikaider: The Animation 13 October 2000 –
January 2001
Co-produced with Studio OX.
Webdiver 52 April 2001 –
March 2002
Co-produced with Nihon Ad Systems.
Radix Ace Entertainment (2001–2006)
Okojo's Happy Apartment 51 October 2001 –
September 2002
Haibane Renmei 13 October 2002 –
December 2002
Wonder Bebil-kun 26 April 2003 –
February 2004
Divergence Eve 13 July 2003 –
September 2003
Misaki Chronicles 13 January 2004 –
March 2004
Sequel to Divergence Eve.
Operation Sanctuary 13 June 2004 –
September 2004
Wind: A Breath of Heart 13 June 2004 –
September 2004
Comic Party: Revolution 13 April 2005 –
June 2005
Co-produced with Chaos Project.
Spin-off of Comic Party by OLM.
Akahori's Heretical Hours: Love Games 13 July 2005 –
September 2005
Lemon Angel Project 13 January 2006 –
March 2006
Love Get Chu 25 April 2006 –
September 2006
Baké-Gyamon 51 April 2006 –
March 2007

OVAs/ONAsEdit

Title Episodes Year(s) Notes
Zero-G Room (1991–2001)
K.O. Beast 7 1992–1993 Co-produced with Animate Film.
Bounty Dog 2 1994 Co-produced with Animate Film.
Saber Marionette R 3 1995 Co-produced with Animate Film.
Shadow Skill 4 1995–1996
Yamato Takeru: After War 2 1995 Sequel to Yamato Takeru by Nippon Animation.
M.D. Geist: Death Force 1 1996 Sequel to M.D. Geist by Studio Wave.
Master of Mosquiton 6 1996–1997
Hyper Speed Grandoll 3 1997
Radix (1995–2001)
Sakura Wars: The Gorgeous Blooming Cherry Blossoms 4 1997–1998 Co-produced with Animate Film.
Amazing Nurse Nanako 6 1999–2000
Sakura Wars: Return of the Spirit Warriors 6 1999–2000 Co-produced with Animate Film.
Sequel to Sakura Wars: The Gorgeous Blooming Cherry Blossoms.
Radix Ace Entertainment (2001–2006)
Kikaider 01: The Animation 4 2001–2002 Co-produced with Studio OX.
Sequel to Android Kikaider: The Animation.
Sakura Wars: Sumire 1 2002 Spinoff of Sakura Wars: The Movie by Production I.G.
Sakura Wars: Ecole de Paris 3 2003 Spinoff of Sakura Wars: The Movie by Production I.G.
Vie Durant 8 2003 Co-produced with Marine Entertainment.
Kikaider vs. Inazuman 1 2003 Co-produced with Studio OX.
Spin-off of Android Kikaider: The Animation.
Sakura Wars: Le Nouveau Paris 3 2004 Sequel to Sakura Wars: Ecole de Paris.
Operation Sanctuary+ 4 2004 Spin-off of Operation Sanctuary.
Honey x Honey Drops 1 2006

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