El TV Kadsre Animation, formerly known as Islands Animation (諸島アニメーション Shotō Animēshon ) and often abbreviated as ETKA, is an El Kadsreian animation studio based in El Kadsre City, El Kadsre. It is currently owned and operated by the El TV Kadsre Television Network, who mainly air their productions on all their channels. The company mainly participates in the production of anime series, animated series, as well as films and video games.
El TV Kadsre Animation is mainly famous for producing numerous anime adaptations and animated series mainly on works of El Kadsreian literature and manga, such as Jamie's got Tentacles! and Akari Kagamine and the Rainbow Mirror. One of Seymour Games' founders, Hitoshi Tomoyuki, directed several of these series. WatchMojo.com ranked the studio as #2 on the Top Ten Animation Studios of El Kadsre.
The company was founded on May 4, 1937, as Islands Animation. In the late 1950s, El TV Kadsre purchased the studio and in 1964, it was renamed it as El TV Kadsre Animation.
One of their most well-known series throughout the 1990s was the anime adaptation Akari Kagamine and the Rainbow Mirror, based on Hinata Kazunori's novel of the same name. In the mid-1990s, ETKA began animating cutscenes for video games, with their first being the 1996 arcade game Akari Kagamine and the Luminous Bricks.
As of 2016, they have headed production of over 200 animated series and more than 400 films.
|Kotaku Wars||Action, Adventure, Fantasy||November 5, 1989 - September 26, 1992||112||Co-produced by STN Productions|
|Mixels||Comedy, Fantasy||February 12, 1994 - October 1, 1996||31||Co-produced by Treet Television|
|Gumball||Comedy, Fantasy||March 9, 1995 - February 12, 2005||250||Co-produced by InterArts Studios and B-Jack Productions.|
|Akari Kagamine and the Rainbow Mirror||Slice of Life, Magical Girl, Fantasy||July 9, 1994 - July 1, 1995||52||Based off of Hinata Kazunori's novel of the same name.|
|Akari and Haruki's Child||Slice of Life, Magical Girl, Fantasy||April 6, 1997 - August 16, 1998||72||Sequel to Akari Kagamine and the Rainbow Mirror and another adaptation of the novel by the same author.|
|Touhou Project: The Animated Series||Fantasy||August 28, 1999 - August 4, 2001||102||Based off of the Drillimation game series of the same name. Co-produced by Drillimation Studios.|
|It's Jerry and Harry||Slice of Life, Comedy||September 1, 2001 - August 25, 2007||311||Based off of the comic book series of the same name. Produced by the Minecraftia subsidiary. One episode was unaired due to the 9/11 attacks.|
|Bubbles in the School||Action, Comedy, Fantasy||September 21, 2003 - March 25, 2012||200|
|Gracie The Church Cat||Comedy||March 4, 2007 - January 11, 2015||245|
|Super Trains||Action||November 1, 2009 - August 28, 2016||177|
|Jamie's got Tentacles!||Science fiction, comedy||September 18, 2011 - September 16, 2012,
January 8 - October 13, 2016
|104||Based off the book series of the same name.|
|Monster Raiders||Action, Fantasy||October 11, 2012 - May 29, 2014||135||Co-produced by Television New Zealand|
|Magic Vari||Slice of Life, Magical Girl, Fantasy||March 7, 2016 - present||11|
|Vampire Pixel in The Neon City||Action, Comedy||May 29, 2016 - present||24|
|Joy To The World||Comedy, Drama||June 9, 2016 - present||23||Based off of Johnathan Wrathborne's of the same name.
Co-produced by Ultra Productions.
|Countryballs: The Animated Series||Comedy, Satire||September 29, 2016 - present||203||Based off the Internet meme of the same name.|
|The Kindergarten Detectives: Animated Series||Comedy||April 29, 2017 - present||12||Based off of Loreal Harris' of the same name.|
|Life in Susie||Comedy||June 15, 2017 - present||5|
|The Heathcliff & Riff-Raff Show||Comedy||January 9, 2016 - present||2||Co-production with Figgelmünch Film Animation of Puerto Chango.|
|Name||Release date||Genre(s)||Original developer(s)||Note(s)|
|Akari Kagamine and the Luminous Bricks||August 1996||Arcade, Puzzle, Action||Seymour Games||Opening and ending cutscenes|
|Akari Kagamine and the Stick of Alchemy||March 1997||Arcade, Cute 'em up||Seymour Games||Opening and ending cutscenes|
|Patry: Smash It!||December 2010||Platformer||Seymour Games||Character animations, as well as the intro and ending cutscenes.|
|Name||Release date||Genre||Running time||Distributor(s)||Note(s)|
|Planet Ripple||May 22, 1997||Science fiction, Action||114 minutes||El TV Kadsre Films, Toei Company, Ltd.||Based on the 1973 manga of the same name by Kichirou Tsukuda.|
|Countryballs: The Movie||Winter 2019||Comedy, Satire||Unknown||El TV Kadsre Films|
20th Century Fox
|Based on the TV series and internet meme.|