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Discotek Media is an American entertainment company based in Altamonte Springs, Florida. It is in the business of licensing, translating/subtitling and releasing Japanese anime, live-action movies, and television series to home-video in the North American market. Their animated releases include Fist of the North Star, Lupin III, the Galaxy Express 999 movies, and D.N.Angel. Formed in 2005, Discotek primarily focuses on licensing retro titles from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, but have also acquired several recent titles from the 2000s and 2010s. They created their first English language dub for their 2016 release of Lupin the 3rd: Jigen's Gravestone. Discotek's releases are distributed by Alternative Distribution Alliance.

They are also known for being one of the first publishers to support SD content on a Blu-ray Disc to help collectors and videophiles get the best experience as possible. Using this format, its compact packaging makes the product fit the shelves perfectly, as well as a better encode than a DVD, plus have around 20 hours of main content on the disc itself. The result is a cheaper product than its DVD counterpart. This only affects shows 24 episodes or more that does not have an HD master at all, or its Japanese Blu-ray does not look good upscaled to 1080p. The first so-called "SD on BD" product was the English version of Samurai Pizza Cats, then it was The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and then Fist of the North Star before they became focused on the format from May 2018 onwards.

Dubs

Dubs commissioned by Discotek.

Anime

Series

Specials/OVAs

Films

Licensed Works

Anime titles, previously dubbed by other companies whose rights have since lapsed, rescued by Discotek.

Anime

Series

Specials/OVA's

Films

Live-Action

Puppet Shows

  • Star Fleet (1980-1981) (dubbed by Leah Productions)

Films

  • The War in Space (1977)
  • Sayonara Jupiter (1984)
  • Sex and Zen (1991)
  • The Princess Blade (2001) (dubbed by ADV Films)

Puppet Films

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