VCA animal hospital is proud to announce that it is the first of its kind to be listed as an official anime anime list, alongside Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations.
The list is curated by VCA director and producer Shunsuke “Mizuho” Nakamura and features anime titles by some of the industry’s most respected creators and directors.
The VCA list features an eclectic collection of anime titles that reflect the diverse, diverse and talented talent of Japan’s anime industry.
The VCA List includes the likes of Naruto Shiplift, The Disappearance of Nagato, Naruto Shippers Guide, The Last Guardian, Nana, Nisekoi, The One Piece Film Z, Zatch Bell!, K-ON!, Kyoukai no Kanata, One Piece Movie: Z.O.O., Naruto Shorts, Yu Yu Hakusho, Ghost in the Shell, Space Dandy, One Punch Man, Naruto: Shippuuden the Movie: Part II, and Naruto Shuffle.
These titles are accompanied by a list of anime series that feature characters from the anime.
VCA lists are curated by the VCA staff and consist of anime shows that have a diverse cast of supporting characters, supporting characters that have been brought to life by the anime studio, anime adaptations of popular video games, and anime adaptations or movies.
The company’s Anime List aims to showcase the best anime and manga titles available across a broad range of genres, genres, and platforms.
“We are excited to be the first anime listing to be included on the Vancity Anime List, which was created to highlight the best of Japanese animation,” said Nakamura.
“I am incredibly excited to see what we can accomplish together with the fans and VCA animators as we continue to showcase quality work from Japanese animation and creators.”
The Vancitie Anime List was launched in October 2018 with a list curated by Nakamura, with over 100 anime titles included, including some of Japans most renowned and well-known directors.
It’s been downloaded over 100 million times and has more than a million members.
The website also offers news and reviews from the community of fans, as well as exclusive content such as behind-the-scenes videos, behind-thescenes, interviews with animators and more.VCA also recently announced the inclusion of its anime list to the International Film Market (IFM), which is a global industry organization that promotes the inclusion and protection of international cultural, creative, and educational heritage.
Vancitora lists, like the Vca Anime List in the U.S., are available at the IFM’s website and in a wide variety of languages.