Downloads

I’ve decided to create a one-stop page for download links and the status of my various subtitling projects. I think this list is complete now, although there are a few links missing that I need to add. If there’s something I’ve subtitled that you want to download and can’t find a link for, feel free to ask for it in the comments section and I will add it when I get time.

ACTIVE PROJECTS:

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-12h46m30s186Azteckaiser (1976)

Massive shout-out to my old buddy Getta G (member of Nora Inu Anime and founder of their spinoff Nora Inu “G”) for getting me interested in this series. Created by Go Nagai, this pro-wrestling superhero show has to be seen to be believed. In the battle sequences at the climax of each episode the show turns from live-action into trippy low-budget animation (kinda like the anime segment in Kill Bill) for the hero to show off crazy wrestling moves that couldn’t be achieved in live-action.

Nyaa:  01  02  03  04 05

Mega:  01  02  03  04 05

vlcsnap-2015-10-16-15h23m07s135Battle Hawk (1976)

This is Go Nagai’s other foray into live action tokusastu, and it’s almost as weird as Azteckaiser (which is really saying something!)

Nyaa links: 01  02  03  04 05

Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05

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Big X  (1964)

This is the very first anime produced by Tokyo Movie Shinsha. Based on a manga by Osamu Tezuka, directed by Osamu Dezaki, with music by Isao Tomita.

Like the 1960s episodes of Doctor Who, there are a lot of Big X episodes that are currently missing. For a long time the first 39 episodes were thought to be lost forever, and the Japanese VHS and laserdisc releases of the 1990s only included episodes 40-59. But just as missing Doctor Who episodes continue to be found, a 16mm print of Big X episode 1 turned up (oddly enough, in the hands of an American film collector), and more recently episode 11 was found as well. And now, you can finally enjoy these formerly lost episodes of Big X complete with English subtitles.

Nyaa links: 01  11

Mega links: 01  11

In the original manga Akira injects himself with the Big X formula in order to grow all big and super-heroic, but in the TV series the needle-pen injector has been changed into to a beam device, presumably to avoid an epidemic of copycat intravenous drug use on Japanese playgrounds. On the other hand, the first episode does feature a WWII flashback where Hitler offs himself with a bullet to the head.

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Cyborg 009 (1968)

Shotaro Ishinomori’s classic manga series was first adapted into two mini-movies for the Toei Manga Matsuri, and then this TV series.

007 is very different in this show than he is in the manga. On the bright side, he’s voiced by the late, great Machiko Soga, who in addition to being the original voice of Q-Taro, also played villains in many live action shows like Rainbowman, Denjiman, Sun Vulcan and Zyuranger (the latter now available on DVD with English subtitles!)

This is a joint project with Hokuto no Gun.

Nyaa links:  01-05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13

Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11   12  13

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-13h07m47s019Dororon Enma-kun (1973)

Classic horror series from Go Nagai. I’m mostly subtitling the episodes written by Masaki Tsuji, but I may eventually go back and fill in the gaps.

Nyaa links: 01  02  03  05  10  15  18

Mega links: 01  02  03  05  10  15  18

vlcsnap-2015-10-17-16h58m19s673GeGeGe no Kitaro

Very popular horror series created by Shigeru Mizuki. This is a joint project with Hokuto no Gun.

Series 1 (1968) Nyaa links: 01-12  13  14  20

Series 1 (1968) Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  20

Series 2 (1971) Nyaa links: 01 02

Series 2 (1971) Mega links: 01 02

Series 4 (1996) Nyaa links: 01  02

Series 4 (1996) Mega links: 01  02

Movie Nyaa links: 01  02  09

Movie Mega links: 01  02  09

vlcsnap-2015-10-17-15h52m28s202Gekko Kamen (1958)

Japan’s first superhero TV series. Definitely influenced by classic American Saturday matinee movie serials.

Nyaa links: Mammoth Kong arc 01-02  03

Mega links: Mammoth Kong arc 01  02  03

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Golden Bat (1967)

This character is generally considered to be the first Japanese superhero, created by Takeo Nagamatsu in 1931 for the “kamishibai” paper theater.

Big thanks on this project to Shockwave 2014 of the Kingmenu site, who originally subtitled episode one a couple of years ago, and allowed me to use his translated script for my remastered version. Check out his site for more subtitled anime and live action classics.

Also major props to Hailey, for raising the money to buy the Italian DVD set and the translations for episodes 2 and 3, and doing much of the encoding work (including slowing down the 25 fps PAL video to the proper 23.976 fps speed, and patching in the Japanese openings, endings, and title cards.) And thanks to Garrett for some additional help with the encoding, he is well known in the Muppet and Monty Python video collecting communities for his great restoration work and sharity.

If anyone wants to donate towards translations of more episodes that would be much appreciated. Even better would be if someone would volunteer to help translate them for us. And I’m still looking for copies of the Japanese DVD sets, if anyone out there can hook me up.

Nyaa links: 01-02  03

Mega links: 01  02  03

 

vlcsnap-2015-10-17-21h37m05s392Kenzō Masaoka films

Kenzō Masaoka is a name virtually unknown to many fans of Japanese animation. He created the first anime to use cel animation and recorded sound.

I subtitled three of Masaoka’s films featuring a cute little cat named Tora-chan. I definitely plan on subtitling some of his other work as well.

Nyaa links: 01  02  03

Baka-BT links: 01  02  03

vlcsnap-2015-10-15-21h00m50s544Koutetsu Jeeg (1975)

Classic super robot action from Go Nagai. I’m currently making some revisions to these, and there will be more episodes eventually as well.

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Video Warrior Laserion (1984)

Here’s our latest joint project with Luurah Productions. I saw the first episode of this show at a small comic book con in 1984. There was a guy who ran the local anime club showing VHS tapes in raw Japanese that he’d just gotten from his video trading pen-pal in Japan. I was a teenager at the time, and the main premise of Laserion is such a teenage fantasy. Computer nerd who designs giant robots and also has a girlfriend who is totally into his hobby, and through some comic book sci-fi type accident the giant robot materializes in real life and he gets to pilot it to fight evil?! Hot damn!

I know this project seems to be going a lot slower than I’d planned, but rest assured, lots more episodes are in the works.

Nyaa links: 01

Mega links: 01

vlcsnap-2015-09-09-22h18m59s171Lensman movie & TV series (1984)

Yes, the rumors about this joint project with /m/subs are true. We’ve made a version 2 release of the movie with (somewhat) better video quality, improved subtitles, and a much much bigger package of bonus goodies, including more soundtrack albums and other rare audio, all of the US Eternity Comics series, subtitled toy commercials and the subtitled Making of Lensman special.

Get the new version of the movie with deluxe goodies package from Nyaa or Mega.

Then comes the Lensman – Galactic Patrol TV series. Massive thanks to Alrow for providing us with high quality rips of the laserdisc box set, which includes the first six episodes and the above mentioned making-of special. Also thanks to Laurine and AnimeSennin for providing the rest of the TV series on DVD-R from a variety of different VHS sources. Some are quite good quality, some not so good, but we’ll worry about that when we come to it.

Lensman TV Nyaa links: 01  02  03  04  05  06

Lensman TV Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06

vlcsnap-2015-10-15-21h09m48s689Mahou Tsukai Sally (1966)

Created by Mitsuteru Yokoyama (Tetsujin #28, Giant Robo, Babel II), this is the first TV series in the “magical girl” genre of anime.

Thanks are due to Bill S. of the Anime Visalia club for providing the translated scripts for episode 1, 4 and 43-48. Back in the analog subtitling days, Bill was planning on teaming up with Elora from Garasu no Bara to subtitle these from a VHS source. Elora was the first person to subtitle my very favorite anime series (Queen Millennia), but she only got as far as episode 8 before disappearing into the internet ether. Come back Elora, I miss you!

Nyaa links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  42  43  44  45  46  47  48

Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07 42  43  44  45  46  47  48

Another group called Fuko Ibuki Fansubs has subtitled the Toei Anime Fair (formerly Manga Matsuri) movie that was released on March 1, 1990. Their release post is here, although from that it looks like it’s only available from IRC. So I’ve uploaded it to Mega, or you can get it from Nyaa or Baka-BT.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-15h52m01s328Original broadcasts project

This is a project I’ve been planning for many years, subtitling some of my favorite episodes of various shows from VHS recordings of their original broadcasts on Japanese television, complete with subtitled commercials. So far I’ve only released one episode (Southern Cross #7, the first appearance of the Musee triplets) but more are in the works.

Download Southern Cross episode 07 w/o/c/ from Nyaa or Mega.

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As I’ve mentioned many times before, this show is crazy hard to subtitle. It’s episodes are twice as long and jam packed with rapid-fire back and forth dialogue. But we’re still plugging away at episode two as fast as we can. Apologies to all you Patlabor fans out there for taking so long. I was kind of worried about starting this project in the first place because I had a feeling there would be a lot of months between releases. But for reasons I cannot possibly comprehend, no other subtitlers showed any interest in it, so we soldier onward.

Nyaa link: 00-01

Mega links: 00  01

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Sabu & Ichi’s Detective Tales (1968)

This is a joint project with Hokuto no Gun. Based on a manga by Shotaro Ishinomori, with art direction by Rintaro. This is an amazing historical drama set in the Edo period. The stories revolve around the unlikely friendship between Sabu, an 18 year old thief taker, and Ichi, a blind masseur. Both are men of honor in a time when violence, cruelty and corruption run rampant. Idealistic young Sabu has good skills with a blade, but the blind Ichi is a master swordsman who often appears in the nick of time to save Sabu’s life by slicing up hordes of baddies. The stories are full of cruelty, betrayal, tragic flaws and noble sacrifices. The animation crew on this show did an outstanding job of working within the limitations of a tight budget, especially turning out visually stunning action sequences week after week. Great writing, great voice acting…this show is one of my favorites.

Nyaa links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18

Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18

vlcsnap-2015-10-17-17h02m27s907SF Saiyuki Starzinger (1978)

This project was originally started by the late lamented ILA Fansubs. I’m re-mastering their episodes (previously done from a VHS source), and will be adding new ones as well. Big thanks to GXSeries, Freekie Dee and all the other former members of ILA! And of course thanks to Gou no Ken for all of his help with this project.

Nyaa links: 01-02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  movie

Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  movie

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Stepsisters (1985)

April 13, 1967 was a fateful night, when both Shinobu Mastumoto and Chizuko Daimaru were born under the same mysterious star. Their backgrounds couldn’t have been more different. Chizuko was born into a Tokyo family of power and wealth, and her mother died during childbirth. Shinobu grew up in a rural fishing village, and her mother struggled to raise two daughters after her father abandoned the family and became a petty criminal, drifting in and out of jail for years. But despite their differences, Shinobu and Chizuko share a common destiny, intertwined by a secret that could end up tearing both families apart.

Chikyodai (commonly known in English as “Stepsisters”) is one of those wonderfully over the top 1980s J-Dramas produced by Daiei TV. This series was adapted from the 1934 Nobuko Yoshiya novel “This Road, That Road.” The novel also had a 1936 movie adaptation directed by Yasushi Sasaki, and a 2005 Fuji TV drama titled “A Winter Round Dance”.

The first episode starts out somewhat slowly with a bit of exposition, but this show doesn’t take very long to get just as bonkers as any of the other Daiei dramas. It even features a moody biker gang leader who expresses his rage through jazz trumpeting, and a theme song that’s a cover (with very different Japanese lyrics) of the cheesy 1980s bubblegum pop-metal classic “Runaway” by Bon Jovi!

This is a joint project with G.U.I.S. (Grown Ups in Spandex), a tokusatsu subtitling group that mostly specializes in 1980s and early 1990s entries in the Toei Super Sentai genre. I’ve been a fan of theirs for many years…my favorite show they’ve subtitled is Jetman, and my favorite that they’re currently working on is Flashman. I’ve long wanted to do a joint project with G.U.I.S. Several years ago when they dropped Shotaro Ishinomori’s J.A.K.Q., I was hoping to interest them in re-starting it as a joint project with TSHS, but I never got around to asking (and of course now Love & Care is doing a fine job of subtitling that show.) So I was pleasantly surprised when Shir from G.U.I.S. got in touch with me about the possibility of working with them on a joint project, and even more pleased to hear that the project being proposed was a classic 1980s Daiei drama.

Obviously 1980s J-Drama isn’t going to be everyone’s cup of tea, but my subtitling has always been about offering a wide variety of different projects to suit niche audiences that were being undeserved by the various fan-subtitling communities. For those of you who take the plunge and check this show out, you may find yourselves enjoying an unusual change of pace.

Nyaa softsub mkv links: 01  02

Nyaa hardsub mp4 links: 01  02

Mega softsub mkv links: 01  02

Mega hardsub mp4 links: 01  02

 vlcsnap-2015-06-08-14h54m29s220Sukeban Deka II (1985)

If you find the idea of a high school girl dressed in sailor fuku who fights crime with a steel yo-yo appealing, then this is the show for you.

Nyaa links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34

Mega links: 01  02  03  04  05  06  07  08  09  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27 28  29  30  31  32  33  34

vlcsnap-2015-10-18-09h33m14s831Tadanari Okamoto films

Tadanari Okamoto was an incredibly talented independent animation filmmaker, whose work spanned a variety of styles and won countless awards.

When I subtitled four of the early shorts from his Echo Icorporated studio, frankly I was a bit disappointed they they didn’t garner much notice in the comments section. But nonetheless I do plan on subtitling more of them in the future, even if they end up only being watched by six other people and whatever pets happen to be in the room.

Nyaa link: 01-04

Mega links: 01  02  03  04

Also BlueFixer subtitled Okamoto’s final film (which doesn’t feature any spoken dialog, only signs). You can get that from Mega or Baka-BT.

vlcsnap-2015-08-01-17h49m35s315Tetsuwan Atom (1959)

The very first TV adaptation featuring Osamu Tezuka’s celebrated hero. Thanks to F Man for his help with this project!

The first two episodes have been revised, so if you downloaded them before, I’d suggest getting the new versions as well.

Nyaa link: 01-03

Mega links: 01  02  03

ONE-SHOTS AND OTHER LIMITED PROJECTS:

vlcsnap-2015-10-17-15h57m13s026Akuma-kun (1966)

This is a one-shot for now, but I would certainly like to subtitle more episodes if possible. Based on a manga by Shigeru Mizuki, two years before GeGeGe no Kitaro hit TV screens.

Download episode 01 from Nyaa or Mega.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-12h32m16s391Dokincho! Nemurin (1984)

This is an edited remaster of an episode subtitled by Sinistar of Dead Fish Fansubs. I do plan on remastering more of his episodes at some point, and there’s also one other episode I’d like to subtitle myself as well.

Download episode 16 from Nyaa or Mega.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-06h10m02s773Hustle Punch (1965)

Toei’s answer to the American Saturday morning imports that were quite popular on Japanese television in the 1960s. You can see how how creator Yasuji Mori’s character designs were clearly influenced by Ed Benedict, the designer on many early Hanna-Barbera cartoons. Despite the limited animation necessary for turning out episodes on a weekly basis, I’d say the actual style of the show’s humor has more in common with classic American theatrical cartoons, albeit with a uniquely Japanese flavor added as well.

This show used to be pretty rare, but it’s finally out on DVD in Japan. I’d definitely like to subtitle more episodes at some point.

Download episode 01 from Nyaa or Mega.

vlcsnap-2015-10-17-16h49m03s431Jaguarman / Leopardman pilots (1967)

Two unsold pilots from P Productions, makers of Spectreman, Giant Robo (Johnny Sokko), Lion Maru, Ambassador Magma (Space Giants), Tetsujin Tiger Seven, etc. This was a joint project with Hi no Tori Fansubs.

Get it from Nyaa or Mega.

If anyone out there owns the original pre-recorded VHS tape of these pilots, please contact me! The tape shows up on Yahoo Auctions Japan, but it’s usually pretty expensive.

vlcsnap-2015-10-29-12h34m04s936Kaibutsu-kun (1968)

This is a very silly horror-comedy series created by the two-man manga team known by the pen name of Fujiko Fujio (Hiroshi Fujimoto & Moto Abiko). The premise is actually kind of similar to Dororon Enma-kun in some ways, but the series has a completely different feel. This is probably a one-shot release, but you never know.

Get episode 1 from Nyaa, or Mega.

locke_the_supermanLocke the Superman

I subtitled all of the Locke anime back in 2010, but I don’t think my remastered version of New World Command has ever had a proper release (I’ll try to do something about that soon-ish.) The movie is now available on DVD from Discotek, please buy it and support their great releases of classic anime!

Lord Leon (1989): Download from Baka-BT, or Mega: 01  02  03

New World Command (1991): Coming soon

Mirror Ring (2000): Download from Baka-BT or Mega.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-14h10m33s758Queen Emeraldas (1998)

Considering that Leiji Matsumoto is my favorite manga artist, it’s strange I haven’t subtitled more of the anime based on his amazing characters.

ADV Films released a DVD of the first two episodes, but for some reason they never got around to releasing episodes 3 and 4.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-15h28m36s931Rainbow Sentai Robin (1966)

Created by Shotaro Ishinomori, this is the first Japanese TV show to feature a five member superhero team. Another one-shot where I’d like to do more episodes if I ever get the time.

Download episode 1 from Nyaa or Mega.

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-15h42m36s817Sennin Buraku (1963)

Based on the incredibly long running comic strip by Kō Kojima, this was the first late-night anime series aimed at an adult audience.

Nyaa link: 04-05

Mega links: 04 05

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Skull Soldier (1992)

This was a joint project with Hi no Tori Fansubs. It’s a live action movie starring and directed by Masaki Kyomoto, a guitarist who branched out into acting (his many roles include guest appearances in Kamen Rider Black, and the main villain in the second Sukeban Deka film.)

This movie seems clearly influenced by Shotaro Ishinomori’s Skull Man manga, and despite its flaws, many consider it to be superior to the official live action adaptation of that manga. It’s a horror film, with quite a bit of graphic violence, as well as some sex & nudity, so viewer discretion is advised. Some of the comic relief bits seem rather forced and unfunny, not to mention homophobic (though not any more so than you might find in an American film of the early 1990s).

The film also features Kenji Ushio, playing a character who looks quite similar to Mephisto, the character he played in the live action Akuma-kun TV series. The Skull Soldier suit was designed by Keita “Zeiram” Amamiya, and the action/stunt director was Eiji Takakura, veteran of classic tokusatsu shows as Red Baron, Iron King and Silver Kamen.

Get it from Nyaa or Mega.

Galactic Drifter Vifam OAV 3-4

I probably won’t be subtitling the first two Vifam OAVs, since they are just recap videos. “The 12 Who Vanished” is a side story that takes place somewhere between episodes 18 and 21. “Memories of Kate” is an epilogue that takes place after the conclusion of the series.

I’m currently finishing up some minor script edits on both of these, so I’ll have links for those up fairly soon. Anime-Classic subtitled the entire TV series, Baka-BT link is here.

Also there’s a special easter egg available for readers of my blog. “Chicago Super Police 13” is a trailer for a (non-existent) roaring 1920s gangster movie starring the Vifam cast. Pretty amusing. Download it from Mega here. Feel free to share this blog post elsewhere, but please don’t re-post the link or upload it anywhere else.

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X Bomber

Puppet show created by Go Nagai, inspired by the classic 1960s Gerry Anderson puppet shows (Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, etc.) Another one of those things I’ve wanted to see subtitled for many years, and figured it would never happen unless I subtitled it myself.

Probably a one-off, but at some point if I have time and/or money I might subtitle the pilot episode, and possibly the recap episode that was never dubbed into English.

Get episode 1 from Nyaa or  Mega.

INACTIVE PROJECTS:

vlcsnap-2015-10-22-16h03m04s085Tetsujin #28

This is a project where I was planning on subtitling the final story arc about the invasion from the Planet Magna. Then I got DVD sources for the first few episodes, and was thinking of possibly starting from the beginning. The project kinda stalled while I was busy with other stuff, and I have no idea when I’ll get back to it. So this is a one-shot for now, with only episode #84 (the first in the Magna arc) completed.

Nyaa links: 84   85

Mega links: 84   85

vlcsnap-2015-09-15-15h57m33s805Tetsuwan Atom (1963)

Someone volunteered to sponsor the translation of episode 2, but it’s looking like they won’t be able to donate for any more episodes in the near future. If anyone is interested in translating more episodes, I’ll move this back into the “active projects” list.

Nyaa links: 01-02

Mega links: 01  02

vlcsnap-2015-10-19-02h40m33s676Wonder 3

I subtitled a few episodes of this show, but only got around to releasing the first episode before the show was licensed for legal streaming in North America on the late lamented Anime Sols site. I had also subtitled the first three episodes myself, which is a shame because those were the only ones Anime Sols released, and they never got any further. Had I been able to predict the future, I would have subtitled episodes 4-6 instead.

Web rips (not by me) of the first three episodes from Anime Sols can be found on Nyaa.

My subtitled version of episode 7 can be downloaded from Nyaa or Mega.

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 Yokai Ningen Bem (1968)

Bem, Bella and Bello are neither human nor animal, but humanoid monsters. Inside their hideous bodies, a strong desire for justice drives them to seek out and thwart evildoers.  What makes this show different from other Yokai shows like GeGeGe no Kitaro or Dororon Enma-kun is that this little band of justice seekers don’t always go up against renegade monsters. Sometimes (as is the case in this episode) the villains are just greedy, conniving humans. Produced by Dai-ichi Animation (the makers of Golden Bat).

Get episode 01 from Nyaa or Mega.

vlcsnap-2015-10-21-01h22m45s492Yusei Shonen Papi

This was the very first anime I ever saw, when it was being rerun on WSNS-44 in Chicago.

Nyaa links: 01  30  35  45  47

Mega links: 01  30  35  45  47

DISCONTINUED PROJECTS (digital era):

Casshan (1973): Now available in DVD and Bluray box sets from Sentai Filmworks.

Cutie Honey (1973): Now available in an English subtitled DVD box set from Discotek.

Dororo (1969): Now available in an English subtitled DVD box set from Discotek.

Giant Gorg (1985): Now available in an English subtitled DVD box set from Discotek.

Mach GoGoGo! (1967) Will be available in a deluxe Bluray set from Funimation, including English dubbed and English subtitled versions. Probably some time in 2017, in time for the show’s 50th anniversary.

Momotaro’s Divine Sea Warriors (1945): Will be released on Bluray by Funimation. Possible limited theatrical release as well.

DISCONTINUED PROJECTS (analog era):

Cutie Honey (1973): I subtitled the first four episodes from laserdisc, but stopped when Sailor Spork picked up the series. Years later when that group fell apart I completed the series in the digital era, only to see it licensed by Discotek!

DaiRugger XV: I subtitled episodes 1-3 from multi-gen VHS copies. The full series is now available on DVD in three English subtitled box sets.

GoLion (1981): I subtitled episodes 1,2,28 and 30 from multi-gen VHS copies. The full series is now available on DVD in three English subtitled box sets.

Lupin III (second series): I subtitled episodes 49-52 from laserdisc. I don’t even want to talk about how much I spent for that first LD box set, only to see the series licensed by Pioneer.

Vifam (1984): I subtitled episodes 1-4 from laserdisc, but dropped the show when it was fan subtitled by Anime-Classic. You can download their subtitled version of the entire series here.

SUBTITLED SHOWS I THINK ARE COOL, THAT WERE NOT SUBTITLED BY ME:

Coming soon…

33 Responses to Downloads

  1. hey man, the mega link for tadanari okamoto`s short number 2 (“welcome, aliens”) is kind of broken. could you fix it please?

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  2. Cavery210 says:

    The newest Sabu and Ichi release is not on the downloads page.

    Also some requests:
    Danguard Ace (You always wanted to do more Leiji Matsumoto, so here’s your chance. This is the only Force Five show not to get complete or ongoing subbing. (You’re doing Starzinger, Gaiking is getting a official release, SRC did Grendizer and /m/ rips did Getter Robo G). You could either pick up from episode 8 where the previous subbers left off, or you could start from scratch.
    Babel II: Picking up from episode 12, where Blue Fixer left off.
    8 Man: The original series was broadcast in America as Tobor the 8th Man in the 60s. However, the Japanese version has never been fansubbed. Fortunately, Anonymoose ripped the series’s raws.

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  3. Miguel Angel says:

    hy, mi name is Miguel Angel and I from to México city…
    there are plans to subtitle the first season of skyers 5?

    Sorry for my bad english

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    • Nanto says:

      I would definitely like to subtitle the 1967 episodes of Skyers 5, especially now that they are available on R2 DVD in Japan. I just don’t know if or when I’ll find the time to do it.

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      • Miguel Angel says:

        Great news .. if you need my help, I can instruct me with the timming and the synchronization, time or anything else I can help

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  4. Champstice says:

    Your release of Skull Soldier with Hinotori seems to be absent.

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  5. Cavery210 says:

    Kaibatsu-kun and Manga Nihon Emaki are missing.

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  6. NEXTDUMP says:

    hello nanto, do you have the full dvdisos of 悪魔くん Akuma-kun (1966)? if you have can you upload them to ADC? Thank you.

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  7. Champstice says:

    I’m really sorry that most of my comments here seem to be complaints/saying something’s missing, but I just remembered Gatchaman 2/Fighter are absent. I know they technically weren’t TSHS projects persay, but still. (Also, did you get my email back? I know my response was super late…)

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  8. Cavery says:

    Found that Kids Station (A japanese cable station) actually has some Knack Productions anime’s first episodes on them! They also have some episodes of Astroganger up. You could probably sub them all except Attacker You!, as another subber is doing that.


    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAgUtfJ1QlGgB92TKmxHerg/search?query=astroganger

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  9. husambinni says:

    I really appreciate all your efforts! Any updates on the Galactic Patrol subbed episodes please?

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  10. husambinni says:

    Excellent news🙂 Thank you!

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  11. Hey, I admire your work.
    Is there any way to download the subtitles file alone?
    will you continue to work in patlabor? I think you are the only one who made english subs.
    Thanks.

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  12. Arthz says:

    Hi Nanto, I really appreciate your work on the new Patlabor. I know its a real hard work because it is more of a drama rather than a live-action version of the anime. Please continue the other episodes too. Let me know if you need a donation & I’ll try to help.
    I also writing this to let you know that the episode 01 I got from Mega is kind of corrupted. It is in a zip format but I cannot extract it. I use 7zip & default Windows Archiver and both says the file is not an archive. I tried replace the extension to mp4 but MPC (with KLite codec) also refuse to play it. Where did I go wrong?

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    • Nanto says:

      Thanks for your patience on Patlabor. The translator has been very busy with real life stuff in recent months, but it’s still very much an active project.

      I’m not currently looking for donations to help with Patlabor, but thanks very much for offering. When we finally finish episodes 2 and 3, then I may ask for donations to help pay for the next volume of the special edition Bluray with Japanese script booklet. Despite the fact that the dialogue in the actual episodes sometimes varies from what’s in the scripts, they’ve still been a very helpful resource for the translator.

      I just tried downloading Patlabor episode 1 from Mega, I was able to unzip it with 7zip and the resulting video file played just fine. So I’m guessing the .zip file got corrupted during your download somehow. Perhaps you could try downloading it again?

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  13. husambinni says:

    I hate to bother you, but are there any updates on the Galactic Patrol Lensman translation?

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  14. DCB99 says:

    Do you have download links for the cancelled projects?
    all i saw of the Casshern one was episode 1 on veoh….
    also have you considered doing kerokko demetan?

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    • Nanto says:

      > Do you have download links for the cancelled projects?
      > all i saw of the Casshern one was episode 1 on veoh….

      No, sorry. A complete subtitled box set of Casshan is available for around $20 from Amazon and various other retailers.

      When a series I’m working on gets licensed for an official English subtitled DVD release, I remove my versions from circulation. Not because I’m afraid of being sued or whatever, but because I don’t wish to compete with legitimate commercial product. Frankly my mind is blown by how many cool older shows have been getting official subtitled releases lately, and the more people that buy them, the better the chances there will be even more. The point of my subtitling is to share rare old shows that that aren’t currently available with English subtitles.

      But that’s just my opinion on the subject, everyone has their own personal moral compass and I don’t mean to preach to anyone who feels differently. I’ve spent my life collecting off-air video (and earlier, audio) recordings from television, so I’m hardly qualified as a defender of the almighty copyright laws. If you can’t afford to buy Casshan, I’d guess that rips of the DVDs are available on the torrent trackers. It seems like most anime ends up there not long after getting a subtitled DVD release.

      > also have you considered doing kerokko demetan?

      I actually have (I really like that show), but I don’t know if I’ll ever get around to it. I have a lot of shows I’m trying to subtitle, and even more that I’d like to.

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  15. Cavery says:

    Where’s the April Fool’s Pokemon sub?

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  16. og_mac says:

    I would donate so hard if Stepsisters gets finished, for the love of god please finish Stepsisters, even if it means I have to go find every of the other 26 episodes myself

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    • Nanto says:

      Have no fear. We’re making steady progress on more episodes, and (barring any unforeseen health issues) we are definitely planning on completing Stepsisters.

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  17. Smeckle says:

    Are more episodes being worked on for Mahou Tsukai Sally?

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  18. Smeckle says:

    Hello. Sorry to post again so soon, but I think I found something you might be interested in. On an anime tracker I’m on, there is a DVD9 rip of Yuusei Shounen Papii, with the files being ‘VOB IFO’ format.

    If this fits what you’re looking for, I’m willing to download it and host it on Mega, although I can’t promise it will be soon due to having to download 46 GBs and then upload them, but I could probably accomplish it within a month.

    Thanks for your fansubbing efforts,

    ‘Smeckle’.

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    • Nanto says:

      I already have that set, but thanks for the offer. Very nice restoration, shame they didn’t include any of the special features (toy commercials, etc.) from the last release.

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  19. So, what happen to GeGeGe no Kitaro (1st series) ep. 15 to 19?

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  20. jjjbradshaw says:

    Hey, I just wanted to say thanks and such. A bunch of years ago I downloaded a few of your Dororo and Cutie Honey and Gegege no Kitaro… I wasn’t familiar with classic anime or manga at the time, just current anime. Later I stumbled onto Vertical’s Dororo Omnibus and loved the packaging and remembered your upload, so I bought it… Anyways, fast forward, I now own every Tezuka manga translated in english, every Shigeru Mizuki manga in english, very happily bought the Dororo DVDs a few months back, and have just become crazy about vintage manga and (to a lesser extent) anime. My collection is pretty crazy, relatively speaking, and I have you to thank for a lot of it… Your efforts led me put TONS of money into supporting this stuff and opened up a serious passion… So, thanks!!

    I’d heard about your site being shut down a while ago and was very sad… I’m SO happy to see you’re still hear and with tons of stuff I didn’t have yet!

    I’m hoping to donate a bit to you soon, although I’ve had to put a serious cap on my spending lately!! Do you have an amount of dollars in mind if there was a specific Tetsuwan Atom I’d like to request? I’ve got the 2 English sets, but they clearly changed a lot at NBC and there are a few I’d be curious about….

    But anyways, more than anything, thanks so much for everything you’ve put out!

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  21. jjjbradshaw says:

    Counted how many torrents I just started after re-finding your page: 65!

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  22. frankenbeast says:

    Hi Nanto. Will there be any more Azteckaiser and/or Battle Hawk eps completed soon?

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