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Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift
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English Title
Genre: Supernatural
Science fantasy
Comedy-drama
Action/Adventure
Romance
Created by: Aaron Montalvo (story)
Lauren Faust (characters)
Hasbro, Bonnie Zacherle (toyline)
Directed by: Yoshiaki Okumura
Produced by: Shin Sasaki
Shozo Abe
Written by: Yasuko Kobayashi
Character Design: John Joseco (original)
Hajime Watanabe (animation)
Music: Yasuharu Takanashi
Taku Takahashi
No. of Episodes: 52 (13 eps. per season)
Animation Studio: Studio 4°C
Sunrise
Network: TV Tokyo
TV Aichi
BS Japan
AT-X
Original Run: March 16, 2012 - September 20, 2013
Distributor/Licensor: Funimation/Hollowfox Entertainment (NA)
Manga Entertainment (UK)
Universal Sony Australia (AUS)
FremantleMedia Enterprises (INT)
Related Media: Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift NeoWave

  Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift (ハーモニーアンリーシュド ヒューマン·ポニドックス コンティニュームシフト, Hāmonīanrīshudo Hyūman· ponidokkusu Kontinyūmushifuto, known as My Little Pony X NaruIchi97 AllStars - Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift) is a Japanese-American/Canadian crossover anime television series produced by Sunrise, NaruIchi97/AtomicRanger97 Entertainment Studios Inc., Bandai Visual, Aniplex, Geneon Universal, Takara Tomy, Hasbro Studios, Namco Bandai Games Inc., DHX Media Vancouver, TV Aichi, and Bushiroad (known as the Harmony Ponidox Shift Project for the Harmony Unleashed Production Committee) and also animated by Studio 4°C and Sunrise.

The series aired between March 16, 2012 and September 13, 2013 on the TV Tokyo and TV Aichi network and later on other networks, including AT-X.

The anime series is directed by Yoshiaki Okumura, written by Yasuko Kobayashi, adapting on an original story by Aaron Montalvo, original character designs by famous fanartist John Joseco, adapted by Hajime Watanabe and music by Taku Takahashi and Yasuharu Takanashi. The anime is the first animated incarnation of the Harmony Unleashed franchise that led to success to expand by bringing Anthro Bunraku (and its animated series), Uprising and other new anime series by the following year.

The series includes an OVA series of 14 full-hour episodes (Main = 6, COH = 6, SM = 2), 5 theatrical films, an audio drama series and a manga series illustrated by original character designer Joseco. Sunrise announced in Young Ace that the television series will have special film trilogy called The Extra is set to air in May and June of 2014 on AT-X and Animax.

A sequel series with the subtitle of NeoWave, is planned by the staff with Okumura stepped up to General Director and Hatsuki Tsuji confirmed as director with Kobayashi returning for story editor alongside Jin Haganeya from Nitroplus, and is set to start with a feature film in 2015 and a TV show in 2016.

About The ShowEdit

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The animated series is stated to be a non-canon spin-off of both shows based on both My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic created by Lauren Faust, based on the My Little Pony dolls designed by Bonnie Zacherle and published by Hasbro, and also based on the YouTube Poop: The Series episode "Harmony Unleashed" aired in November 11, 2011 as well as the whole series and the My Little Pony Chronicles series. 

It has been announced that Sunrise and NaruIchi97 Studios (now NaruIchi97/AtomicRanger97 Entertainment Studios Inc. and later Hollowfox Entertainment) are in development of a Japanese-Canadian/American animated series part of the Harmony Unleashed Saga with no continuity towards the main series. The announcement and release was prior to the 2012 telefilm, Harmony Unleashed: Evolution. It is also confirmed to be a crossover anime next to Transformers Unicron Chronicles.

Yoshiaki Okumura (Monsuno) is chosen to be the series director and Yasuko Kobayashi (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure) is set to be the story editor. Montalvo had confirmed that fanartist John Joseco will provide the original character designs of the anime, while it is been adapted by Hajime Watanabe, and it also is confirmed that Toshiyuki Kanno and Seiichi Nakatani will be the animation directors and Studio 4°C (Thundercars) will be animating the series in co-operation with Sunrise. Shin Sasaki from Sunrise will be the chief producer alongside Montalvo and TV Aichi's Shozo Abe, despite Sasaki's mecha production role, which the mecha references are in the show in some episodes and in films..

Montalvo talked about the gender change for Human Applejack and Human Rainbow Dash and the aging of Spike as he is around the same age as Blitz and Jack. He stated that he doesn't want a "Rainbow Dash is not a lesbian" argument around a potential and planned romance that they aren't ready for it yet. As the series will progress, despite its cliches, maybe the relationships might happen, hence why the media franchise will aim at an older audience that are also including the fandom of MLP made of both boys and girls, as they have to avoid unacceptance from Lauren Faust because of how the original show focuses on friendship, while it focuses on Action Adventure, Slice of life and the bonds of friendship and love between the characters, which later it was inspired for future installments of animation. The series is a combination of anime genres, such as Action, Adventure, Slice of life, Supernatural Science fantasy genre and Comedy-drama, some will have lighthearted moments and other will have darker moments and mixing with fanservice, romance and sexual content in a few episodes. 

In America, it is planned to be licensed by Bandai Entertainment, but due to the company's closure and their cease of home video and manga releases, the licensing might go to Universal Pictures, since Geneon Universal are mainly producing the show in Japan itself and 2 years later, Funimation Entertainment reacquired the rights to the franchise alongside the acquisition of Spirit Brony High (with Universal Home Entertainment as licensors for the film series). The worldwide release is distributed by FremantleMedia Enterprises with Manga Entertainment as the UK licensor and Universal Sony Home Pictures Australia as Australasian licensor, and it is licensed by NaruIchi97/AtomicRanger97 Entertainment Studios Inc. for an english dub.

Due to its success, the series and the telefilm inspired him to make a full spin-off franchise next to Equestria Girls for the My Little Pony toyline and make the HPCS series a media sub-franchise for the main media franchise.

StoryEdit

After Twilight and Aaron knew about the ponidox as they predicted it and it caused a cloning humanization known as "The Human Ponidox" [A Mix with Pony and Paradox] to all the world, Equestria and their persons. As Twilight and the others became humans, Not all the Mane Six have humanized in the same gender as themselves, The Human Six have 4 girls as Twilight Sparkle, Pinkie Pie, Rarity and Fluttershy have humanized, 2 boys as Rainbow Dash and Applejack became Genderbended Male Humans known as Apple Jack and Rainbow Blitz, and Spike's Human Ponidox is nothing like a young kid but an all-grown up humanized young adult, and Aaron and the others had ponidoxes too as he got a ponidox of his own pony incarnation. Which Aaron and the others get so much friendships with humans, when sometimes the mane six gets through friendships and relationships as well as any adventures, and fighting any force of evil or threat in Equestria and Earth. Like both Friendship is Magic and YouTube Poop the Series, Twilight has to deal with any of their problems in Ponyville and Earth while any of the characters live their regular days on Earth, Equestria and the imaginary planet of Cartooniverse.

CharactersEdit

The Characters from the Anime Series

Characters Japanese VA English VA Latin Spanish VA
Mane Six/Seven
Twilight Sparkle/Thalia Sparks Maaya Sakamoto Tara Strong Carla Castaneda
Applejack
A.J. [Alex Jackson] Smith (Male Human)
Junko Takeuchi
Tetsuya Kakihara (Human)
Ashleigh Ball
Matt Hill (Human)
Claudia Motta
Irwin Daayan (Human)
Rainbow Dash
Rainbow Blitz/Raine Blatz (Human)
Romi Park
Noriaki Sugiyama (Human)
Ashleigh Ball
Drew Nelson (Human)
Analiz Sanchez
Eduardo Garza (Human)
Pinkie Pie/Penelope Diane Perabo Yui Horie Andrea Libman Leyla Rangel
Rarity/Rebecca Belle Aya Hirano Tabitha St. Germain Elsa Covian
Fluttershy/Flora Shay Aki Toyosaki Andrea Libman Maggie Vera
Spike
Spencer Carson (Human)
Sir Spike De Draco
Aki Kanada
Akira Ishida (Human)
Takehito Koyasu (Sir Spike)
Cathy Weseluck
Kirby Morrow (Human)
David Kaye (Sir Spike)
Cecilia Gomez
Victor Ugarte (Human)
Humberto Solorzano (Sir Spike)
Guardians of Equestria/Spirit Brony Resistance
Aaron Yuichi Nakamura Aaron Montalvo Arturo Castaneda
Adonis Rie Kugimiya Adonis Ortiz Emilio Trevino
Cristina Eri Kitamura Cristina Maldonado Melissa Gedeon
King Harkinian Fumihiko Tachiki Colin Fox Mario Castaneda
Link Nobuyuki Hiyama Brad Swaile Bruno Coronel
Mikey Simon/Kappa Mikey Ken Takeuchi Michael Sinterniklaas Omar Soto
Phineas Flynn Koki Miyata Vincent Martella Guillermo Aponte
Chaz Lang Soichiro Hoshi (S1/2G)
Nobuhiko Okamoto (3S/FB)
Scott McCord Arturo Castaneda
Noah Parker Junko Takeuchi Laurie Elliott Isabel Martinon
Gumball Watterson Junko Takeuchi Logan Grove Paolo Filio
Darwin Yumiko Kobayashi Kwesi Boakye Gerardo Mendoza
Duncan Noriaki Sugiyama Drew Nelson Victor Ugarte
Cody Miyu Irino Peter Oldring Miguel Angel Leal
Finn the Human Romi Park Jeremy Shada Jose Antonio Toledano
Jake the Dog Shiro Saito John DiMaggio Jose Luis Reza Arenas
Mordecai Showtaro Morikubo J.G. Quintel Arturo Catano
Rigby Youichi Masukawa William Salyers Moises Ivan Mora
Shining Armor/Shane-Armand Sparks Tomokazu Seki Andrew Francis Jose Antonio Macias
Big Macintosh/Mackenzie Smith Tomokazu Sugita Peter New Hector Moreno
Timmy Turner Kei Kobayashi Tara Strong Liliana Barba
Cosmo Mitsuaki Madono Darran Norris Carlos Hernandez
Wanda Rio Natsuki Susan Blakeslee Yolanda Vidal
SpongeBob Squarepants Taiki Matsuno Tom Kenny Kaihiamal Martinez
Patrick Star Takashi Nagasako Bill Faggerbake Luis Daniel Ramirez
Blossom Kaori Asoh Cathy Cavadini Cristina Hernandez
Buttercup Yukiko Ikeda E.G. Daily Rossy Aguirre
Chowder Hana Takeda Nicky Jones Paolo Filio
Anais Yukiko Hinata Kyla Rae Kowalewski
Bart Simpson Nancy Cartwright Marina Huerta
Equestria Princesses
Princess Celestia Masako Katsuki Nicole Oliver Rebeca Patino
Princess Luna Marina Inoue Tabitha St. Germain Irene Jimenez
Christine Byrd (young)
Princess Cadance Yuri Amano Britt McKillip Romina Marroquin Payro
Equestria Girl Masters
Courtney Yui Horie Emilie-Claire Barlow Christine Byrd
Sandy Cheeks Chiwa Saito Carolyn Lawrence Monserrat Mendoza
Betty Barrett /Atomic Betty Yoko Honna Tajja Isen Lupita Leal
Ami Onuki Kei Kobayashi Janice Kawaye Leyla Rangel
Candace Flynn Ryoko Nagata Ashley Tisdale Hiromi Hayakawa
Isabella Garcia-Shapiro Shiho Kawaragi Alyson Stoner Pau Garcia Casillas
Mitsuki Yoko Hikasa Carrie Keranen Lizzette Sotorriba
Nicole Watterson Mai Yamane Teresa Gallagher Rossy Aguirre
Lisa Simpson Chie Kojiro Yeardley Smith Patricia Acevedo
Eliza Thornberry Kana Hanazawa Lacey Chabert Irina Indigo
Kimi Finster Li-Mei Chan Dionne Quan Maria Fernanda Morales
Dee Dee Aya Yamakawa Kathryn Cressida Isabel Martinon
Minnie Mouse Yuuko Mizutani Russi Taylor Diana Santos
Bubbles Yuuka Nanri Tara Strong Maggie Vera
Cutie Mark Crusaders
Apple Bloom Yuko Goto Michelle Creber Susana Moreno
Sweetie Belle Sayuri Yahagi Claire Corlett Christine Byrd
Scootaloo Sanae Kobayashi Madeleine Peters Roxana Pastrana
Babs Seed Minako Kotobuki Brynna Drummond Hiromi Hayakawa
First Generation Ponies
Twilight Miyuki Sawashiro Emmanuelle Chriqui Laura Torres
G1 Applejack (Male Human/Female Pony) Sora Tokui
Takahiro Sakurai (Human)
Jillian Michaels
Michael Adamtwhaite (Human)
Marina Huerta
Jesus Barrero (Human)
Firefly  
Firebolt (Human)
Izumi Kitta 
Hiroki Takahashi (Human)
Erin Fitzgerald 
Richard Ian Cox (Human)
Luis Daniel Ramirez
Surprise Suzuko Mimori Shannon Chan-Kent Maria Fernanda Morales
Sparkler Mikoi Sasaki Kate Higgins Karla Falcon
Posey Emiri Kato Emilie-Claire Barlow Maggie Vera
G1 Spike Motoko Kumai
Toshiyuki Morikawa (Human)
Kathleen Barr
Crispin Freeman (Human)
Isabel Martinon 
Yamil Atala (Human)
Villains and Antagonists
Discord Norio Wakamoto John DeLancie Enrique Cervantes
Chris McLean Keiji Fujiwara Christian Potenza Mario Castaneda
Trixie Lulamoon Satomi Satou Kathleen Barr Christine Byrd
I.M. Meen Rikiya Koyama Peter Berkrot Mario Filio
Iron Will Unsho Ishizuka Trevor Devall Miguel Angel Ghigliazza
Queen Chrysalis Masako Nozawa Kathleen Barr Irina Indigo
King Sombra Tessho Genda Big Jim Miller Gerardo Reyero
Prince Blueblood Mamoru Miyano Vincent Tong Diego Armando Angeles
Eric Cartman LiLiCo Trey Parker Jose Antonio Macias
Dan (Dan Vs.) Kentaro Ito Curtis Armstrong Sergio Gutierrez Coto
Maximus IQ Hiroshi Iwasaki Colin Fox Gerardo Vasquez
Minimus PU Kunihiro Kawamoto Dwayne Hill Mario Filio
Megatron Keiji Fujiwara Frank Welker Gerardo Vasquez
Lightning Dust
Lightning Sand (Human)
Ayahi Takagaki
Hidekazu Ichinose (Human)
Britt Irvin
Cam Clarke (Human)
Leyla Rangel
Ernesto Lezama (Human)
Heather Junko Minagawa Rachel Wilson Leyla Rangel
Ice King Takeshi Maruyama Tom Kenny Rafael Pacheco
Dr. Doofenshmirtz Yohei Tadano Dan Povenmire German Fabregat
Alejandro Yuji Ueda Marco Grazzini (S1/S2) Eric Bauza (S3/S4) Alfonso Obregon
Dr. Ivo Eggman Robotnik Chikao Otsuka Mike Pollock Jesse Conde
Flim & Flam Daisuke Hirakawa
Daisuke Namikawa
Scott McNeil
Samuel Vincent
Antonio Ortiz
Beto Castillo
Gilda Akeno Watanabe Maryke Hendrikse Rossy Aguirre
Supporting Characters/Major Characters Guest Stars
Ed Edd N Eddy Masakazu Suzuki (Ed)
Naoki Yanagi (Edd)
Wataru Takagi (Eddy)
Matt Hill (Ed)
Samuel Vincent (Edd)
Andrew Francis (Eddy)
Luis Daniel Ramirez (Ed)
Jose Antonio Macias (Edd)
Ricardo Mendoza (Eddy)
Gonard Hiroki Takahashi Sean Schemmel Ruben Leon
Lily Ryoko Shiraishi Kether Donahue Roxana Pastrana
Guano Kappei Yamaguchi Gary Mack Moises Ivan Mora
Ozu Koji Ishii Stephen "Silent Q" Moverley Alejandro Mayen
Yes Man Kazuya Nakai Jesse Adams Arturo Mercado Jr.
Super Mario Brothers Toru Furuya (Mario)
Hiroyuki Yabe (Luigi)
Charles Martinet (In-Game)
Walker Boone (Mario)
Tony Rosato (Luigi)
 Charles Martinet (In-Game)
Oscar Flores (Mario)
Alfonso Obregon (Luigi)
Cheerilee Aya Hisakawa Nicole Oliver Rosalba Sotelo
Mayor Mare Masako Katsuki Cathy Weseluck Alma Delia Perez
Zecora Kujira Brenda Chrichlow Gabriela Guzman
Braeburn Toshihiko Seki Michael Daingerfield Benjamin Rivera
Princess Bubblegum Rie Tanaka Hynden Walch Karla Falcon
Flame Princess Kana Hanazawa Jessica DiCiccio Nycolle Gonzales
Marceline Toshimi Kanno Olivia Olson Isabel Martinon
Yumi Yoshimura Sachiko Kojima Grey DeLisle Karla Falcon
Ferb Fletcher Yuuki Masuda Thomas Sangster Diego Armando Angeles
Linda Flynn Junko Komiyama Carolyn Rhea Rommy Mendoza
Lawrence Fletcher Shoto Kashi Richard O'Brien Arturo Mercado Jr.
Fancy Pants Koichi Yamadera Trevor Devall Jesus Barrero
Spitfire Fumiko Orikasa Maryke Hendrikse (S1/2G)
Kelly Metzger (3S/FB)
Gabriela Guzman
Soarin' Masakazu Morita Matt Hill Alfredo Gabriel Basurto
Ivanna /Ivannicorn Yuki Matsuoka (Speaking Role) Tara Strong (Speaking Role) Maggie Vera (Speaking Role)
Sparky Kosuke Okano Rick Miller Jose Antonio Macias
X-5 Toshiyuki Morikawa Bruce Hunter Sebastian Llapur
Admiral DeGill Tetsu Inada Adrian Truss Humberto Solorzano
Regeena Peterson Minami Takayama Leah Renee Cudmore Erica Edwards
Penelope Lang Megumi Hazeyama Catherine Disher Xochitl Ugarte
El Tigre/Manny Rivera Marina Inoue Alanna Ubach Miguel Angel Leal
Frida Suarez Omi Minami Grey DeLisle Diana Perez
Dexter Reiko Kiuchi Candi Milo Yamil Atala
Bridgette Aya Hirano Kristin Fairlie Cristina Hernandez
Gwen Saeko Chiba Megan Fahlenbock Carla Castaneda
Sonic the Hedgehog Junichi Kanemaru Roger Craig Smith Yamil Atala
Miles "Tails" Prower the Fox Ryo Hirohashi Kate Higgins Emilio Trevino
Mung Daal Hiroshi Iwasaki Dwight Schulz Javier Rivero
Shnitzel Mamiya Yasuhiro John DiMaggio
Adrian Jun Fukuyama Adrian Montalvo Bruno Coronel
Snips Kappei Yamaguchi Lee Tockar Miguel Angel Ruiz
Snails Nobuyuki Hiyama Richard Ian Cox Arturo Castaneda
Frollo Shozo Sasaki Corey Burton Salvador Reyes
Gaston Naoya Uchida Richard White Emilio Guerrero
Dawn Maaya Sakamoto Caitlynne Medrek Susana Moreno
Ezekiel Tomokazu Seki Peter Oldring Moises Ivan Mora
Eva Arisa Ogasawara Julia Chantrey Karina Altamirano
Noah Shotaro Morikubo Carter Hayden Enzo Fortuny
Justin Daisuke Kishio Adam Reid David Bueno
Tyler Tomokazu Seki Peter Oldring Oscar Flores
Izzy Chiwa Saito Katie Crown Maggie Vera
Beth Rie Kugimiya Sarah Gadon Karla Falcon
Sadie Kana Asumi Lauren Lipson Maria Fernanda Morales
Katie Ai Nonaka Stephanie Anne-Mills Alondra Hidalgo
Harold Kenichi Suzumura Brian Froud Hector Emmanuel Gomez Gil
Trent Koki Uchiyama Scott McCord Alejandro Orozco
Lindsay Satomi Akesaka Stephanie Anne-Mills Elsa Covian
DJ Kenji Nomura Cle Bennett Omar Soto
Geoff Tetsuya Kakihara Dan Petronijevic Ruben Leon
LeShawna Yuu Kobayashi Novie Edwards Liliana Barba
Owen Kentaro Ito Scott McCord Eduardo Garza
Sierra Ami Koshimizu Annick Obonsawin Mireya Mendoza
Ann Maria Shizuka Ito Athena Karkanis
B N/A N/A N/A
Brick Takashi Nagasako Jon Cor
Cameron Tsubasa Yonaga Kevin Duhaney
Dakota Fumiko Orikasa Carleigh Beverley
Jo Yukari Kokubun Laurie Elliott
Lightning Kappei Yamaguchi Tyrone Savage
Mike Takashi Ohara (S1/S2) Ryohei Kimura (S3/S4) Cory Doran
Zoey Sayuri Yahagi Barbara Mamabolo
Stan Marsh Hiro Yuki Trey Parker Eduardo Garza
Kyle Broflovski Kappei Yamaguchi Matt Stone Liliana Barba
Kenny McCormick Mitsuru Ogata Trey Parker Irwin Daayan
Chris Hiroaki Hirata Dave Foley
Elise Arisa Ogasawara Paget Brewster
Guests (Appearing in any episode/OVA/Movie or Cameos)
Lauren Faust /Fausticorn Mamiko Noto Lauren Faust Rosalba Sotelo
Angry Video Game Nerd Takuya Satou James Rolfe Arturo Catano
Nostalgia Critic Toshio Furukawa Doug Walker Alfonso Obregon
Irate Gamer Tatsuhisa Suzuki Chris Bores (footage) Bruno Coronel
Vinyl Scratch Ryoka Yuzuki Jessi Nowack Karina Altamirano
Duke Takehito Koyasu Greg Abbey Ricardo Mendoza
The Tenth Doctor Toshihiko Seki David Tennant Miguel Angel Ruiz
The Eleventh Doctor Takehito Koyasu Matt Smith Manuel Campuzano
The First Doctor Yuzuru Fujimoto Dave Mallow Octavio Rojas
Lt. Alex Hopper Tomokazu Seki Taylor Kitsch Jose Gilberto Vilchis
Naruto Uzumaki Junko Takeuchi Maile Flanagan Isabel Martinon
Goku Masako Nozawa Sean Schemmel Mario Castaneda
Fred Figglehorn Mayumi Tanaka Lucas Cruikshank Eduardo Curiel
Jaime Maussan (as a speaking Bubblehead) Tessho Genda (translate) Mark Oliver (translate) Jaime Maussan (footage/all languages)
Joe Coulton Tetsu Inada John DiMaggio Victor Hugo Aguilar
Optimus Prime Tessho Genda Peter Cullen Blas Garcia
Gingka Hagane Aki Kanada Robert Tinkler Moises Ivan Mora
Annoying Orange Moriya Amanado Dane Boedigheimer Moises Ivan Mora
Benkei Hanawa Kenta Miyake Jason Deline Irwin Daayan
PSY Moriya Amanado Himself (Park Jae-Sang) Yamil Atala
Kratos Tessho Genda TC Carson Octavio Rojas
Pac Rie Kugimiya Erin Matthews Liliana Barba
Pacman Kappei Yamaguchi Dave Wittenberg Yamil Atala
Adolf Hitler (as a Giga digi-Hitler/Ressurected) Chikao Otsuka Bruno Ganz German Fabregat
Hermann Fegelein Hiroyuki Kinoshita Thomas Kretschmann Jose Gilberto Vilchis
Otto Günsche Kenta Miyake Otto Goetz Ruben Trujillo
Captain Falcon Ryo Horikawa David Wills Juan Carlos Tinoco
Meta Knight Atsushi Kisaichi Eric Stuart Gerardo Reyero
  • White Pantera/Rodolfo Rivera (CV: Takashi Nagasako, Carlos Alazraqui [English])
  • Puma Loco/Grandpapi Rivera (CV: Atsushi Imaruoka, Carlos Alazraqui [English])
  • Plata Peligrosa/Maria Rivera (CV: Mamiko Noto, April Stewart [English])
  • Kaz Harada (CV: Akihiko Ishizumi, Keone Young [English])
  • Homer Simpson (CV: Tohru Ohira, Dan Castellaneta [English])
  • Marge Simpson (CV: Miyuki Ichijou, Julie Kavner [English])
  • Peter Griffin (CV: Kenta Miyake, Seth McFarlane [English])
  • Stan Smith (CV: Jin Yamanoi, Seth McFarlane [English])
  • Stewie Griffin (CV: Yuichi Nakamura, Seth McFarlane [English])
  • Brian Griffin (CV: Nobuo Tobita, Seth McFarlane [English])
  • Benson (CV: Hiroki Takahashi, Sam Marin [English])
  • Skips (CV: George Nakata, Mark Hamill [English])
  • Pops (CV: Daisuke Ono, Sam Marin [English])
  • Muscle Man (CV: Yasuhiro Takato, Sam Marin [English])
  • High Five Ghost (CV: Akira Ishida, J.G. Quintel [English])
  • Knuckles The Echidna (CV: Nobutoshi Canna, Travis Willingham [English])
  • Amy Rose (CV: Taeko Kawata, Cindy Robinson [English])
  • Shadow the Hedgehog (CV: Koji Yusa, Kirk Thornton [English])
  • Rouge the Bat (CV: Rumi Ochiai, Karen Strassman [English])
  • Silver The Hedgehog (CV: Daisuke Ono, Quinton Flynn [English])
  • Cream the Rabbit (CV: Sayaka Aoki, Michelle Ruff [English])
  • Big the Cat (CV: Takashi Nagasako, Kyle Hebert [English])
  • Sonia the Hedgehog (CV: Keiko Toda, Wendee Lee [English])
  • Manic the Hedgehog (CV: Megumi Ogata, Cam Clarke [English])
  • Richard Watterson (CV: Yoshinori Muto, Dan Russell [English])
  • Truffles (CV: Kazue Ikura, Tara Strong [English])
  • Jude Lizowski (CV: Keiichi Nanba, Christian Potenza [English])
  • Jonesy Garcia (CV: Nozomu Sasaki, Terry McGurrin [English])
  • Wyatt Williams (CV: Kenichi Suzumura, Jesse Gibbons [English])
  • Nikki Wong (CV: Makoto Tsumura, Stacey DePass [English])
  • Jen Masterson (CV: Ryoko Shiraishi, Megan Fahlenbock [English])
  • Caitlin Cooke (CV: Megumi Takamoto, Brooke D'Orsay [English])
  • Sam (CV: Hidekazu Ichinose, Brian Froud [English])
  • Scott (CV: Nobuyuki Hiyama, James Wallis [English])
  • Staci (CV: Junko Minagawa, Ashley Peters [English])

Rule 63 Cast (Blitz and AJ are in the Non R63 Characters Section, but reversed in the OVA)Edit

Characters Japanese VA English VA Latin Spanish VA
Dusk Shine/Dustin Sparks Daisuke Namikawa Yuri Lowenthal Arturo Castaneda
Bubble Berry /Robert "Bobby" Barrett Perabo Yoichi Masukawa Scott McCord Oscar Flores
Elusive/Elijah Belle Hiroshi Kamiya Brad Swaile Victor Ugarte
Butterscotch/Benjamin Scott Shay Miyu Irino Samuel Vincent Jesus Guzman
Barbara "Spines" Carson Satomi Akesaka Stephanie Anne Mills Alondra Hidalgo
Prince Solaris Tessho Genda Peter Cullen Blas Garcia
Prince Artemis Jun Fukuyama Michael Adamthwaite Miguel Angel Leal
Apple Buck Ikue Otani Joanne Vannicola Emilio Trevino
Sweepy Bell Emiri Kato Kathleen Barr Paolo Filio
Scootaroll Junko Takeuchi Maryke Hendrikse Isabel Martinon
Ariana Aya Hirano Caitlin Sanchez Carolina Ayala

EpisodesEdit

Main article: Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift/Episodes

The episodes consist of 52 episodes by 4 seasons including 2 specials. In Japan, the show aired on TV Tokyo from March 2012 to September 2013.

In North America, The show will air Saturday Nights on Toonami on AtomicRanger97 Network, The Pony Network and NaruIchi97 Anitoku as both English Dubbed and Japanese Dubbed uncensored and uncut as premiering on June 15, 2012. The series is formerly licensed by Universal Home Entertainment, and currently by Funimation in North America starting in 2014 with international distribution by NaruIchi97/AtomicRanger97 Entertainment Studios Inc. and FremantleMedia Enterprises

The Japanese Version is also airing on TV Aichi and in Animax in Japan as of April 2012 and airing on AT-X uncensored and uncut as of June 20, 2012 by every weeknight. International Airings are in any channel where available. The shorts airs anytime on the same network they air the series.

In Fall 2012, The series will be streaming in Neon Alley by their home game consoles (PS3/360 Exclusive) as well as internet services such as Crunchyroll and Hulu in prior to airing the series in Japan and United States.

NBCUniversal's Loss of Rights and Re-Acquirement by FUNimation EntertainmentEdit

In 2013, NBCUniversal announced that they will drop the rights to the Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift media franchise, after that, Gen Fukunaga and Aaron Montalvo announced that FUNimation quickly rescued the media franchise of the anime television series for a re-release in 2014 alongside Spirit Brony High. In the United Kingdom, the anime series is licensed by Manga Entertainment and in Australia and Oceania, it has been licensed by Universal Sony Home Pictures Australia.

International AiringsEdit

  • Japan - TV Aichi, BS Japan, AT-X, TV Tokyo, Animax
  • United States - NaruIchi97 Anitoku [Toonami XD], AtomicRanger97 Network [Toonami], Adult Swim [Toonami], Neon Alley, Funimation Channel
  • Canada - MTV Canada, NI97 Jetstream [Vortexx Late-Nite Run], NI97 Jetstream Animaction, My Little Jetstream, Teletoon at Night, Neon Alley
  • Latin America - I-Sat, NaruIchi97MAX [All Latin American Countries/Cable], Boomerang (Edited), MTV, Canal 5 (Mexico)
  • Asia - Animax (Uncut), Hero TV [Phillipines], Okto [Singapore], Toonami Network [Starting in Early 2013], ABS-CBN [Phillipines] (Edited)
  • Europe - Cartoon Network [Adult Swim/UK], Anime Central [UK], MTV [Some European Countries], 2x2 [Russia], Italia 2 [Italy], etc.
  • Africa - Animax
  • Australia - ABC3, NaruIchi97 Television

OVA´sEdit

Main article: Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift/OVA-Specials

The series will be having a few OVA´s of the series as specials. It will have a new ending and opening sequence for all OVA's.

  1. Summer At The Beach
  2. Dragon Revengeance
  3. Nightmare Night Cosplay Super Happy Fun Time
  4. Heart's Warming and Frost's Rising
  5. A Rule 63 Fanfic Episode
  6. Internet Brony Shenanigans

OVA 6-part Mini-Series: Chronological Origins of HarmonyEdit

In December 2012, NaruIchi97/AtomicRanger97, Takara Tomy, Dentsu, Geneon Universal, Bushiroad and Hasbro Studios announced an 60-minute OVA miniseries to be released from January-March 2013 in AT-X. It is like a mash-up for My Little Pony Chronicles and the Friendship Is Magic Series with a Harmony Unleashed twist.

Celesita & Luna Side Story OVAEdit

Sunrise, Hasbro and NaruIchi97 announced at Anime Expo 2013 that there will be another OVA miniseries taken as a side-story of both Princess Celestia and Princess Luna. The OVA will release in November 2013, while the english release will be in January 2014 along with the PR Strikeforce crossover OVA as licensed by Funimation.

Power Rangers Strikeforce X Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum ShiftEdit

MasterPikachu6 collaborated with NaruIchi97 for an OVA special of the anime series with the Tokusaga's only Sentai/PR adaptation Power Rangers Strikeforce as it will follow the series finale of HPCS before the New Final Chapter film. The OVA will be released in November 2013 along with the side story 2-parter OVA of Celestia and Luna.

GXC/HU: Ponidox RequiemEdit

GXC/HU: Ponidox Requiem is an OVA series produced by Sunrise, Trigger, Studio 4˚C and the Harmony Ponidox Shift Project. It is a spin-off of the HPCS anime based on the GXC Saga of the YouTube Poop TV Series aired on NaruIchi97 Television. The crew for the original series based on return for the development of the series. The OVA has been aired on Animax and AT-X on October 2012.

Universal Pictures and NI97/AR97 ESI licensed the airing rights and aired the whole day as a marathon on November 23, 2012. However, the DVD release wasn't confirmed, it only released on streaming services and digital download.

As of 2014, Funimation Entertainment reacquired the series, and it will have a 2014 home video release for the OVAs.

Other MediaEdit

Video GamesEdit

HPCS: Alternate CrisisEdit

Namco Bandai Games and A.M. Games Inc. made a PV for a HPCS game with a new story. The story is about Aaron's witness to have Sunset Shimmer's new friends to join with other girls from other of his favorite shows, however, He must deal with the team-ups of the others to make an alternate Chronicle girl team. The game is developed by A.M. Games, Bushiroad, Takara Tomy and Artdink with character designs by John Joseco, and published by Namco Bandai Games Inc. worldwide set to release on PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS in Summer 2014 in Japan and Fall 2014 in North America.

Serialized MangaEdit

A Manga novelization based on the TV Series will be published by Yen Press in North America, Tokyopop on the UK, Madman in Australia, Kadokawa in Japan with a story by Aaron Montalvo and illustration by John Joseco. This will adapt episodes of the anime series as well as making Manga exclusive chapters.

Audio DramaEdit

An audio drama CD is released in both CD format and digital download by Aniplex and NI97/AR97 Studioworks. The CD came bundled with an art book and a script of the CD dialogue. Of the cast used for the drama CD, Maaya Sakamoto and some others were retained for the anime voice cast.

Feature FilmsEdit

Main article: [[Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift (film series) and Harmony Unleashed: Anime Crossover Movie Great Battle (film series)]]

In 2012, the staff announced that there will be a feature film with chief direction by Yoshiaki Okumura and animation provided by Trigger, Studio 4°C and Sunrise, starting with Celestial Azure Guardians. Lorenzo DiBonaventura from diBonaventura Pictures is set to produce the film series overseas with Universal and Funimation.

The first film is directed by James "Wootie" Wootton & Michael Arias, with screenplay by Yasuko Kobayashi for the japanese version of the film, and English translated by Meghan McCarthy.

The film was released in September 22nd, 2012 in Japan released by Nikkatsu, and between October 6 and 18 in North American and Overseas releases by Universal Pictures and a 2014 re-release by Funimation.

It later turned into a film series when they confirmed a Summer AppleSpark Trilogy film focusing on Applejack & Twilight Sparkle (directed by Tensai Okamura and released in May 31st), Fluttershy & Big Macintosh (directed by Akiyuki Shinbo with the co-operation of Shaft and released in June 21), and Princess Cadance & Shining Armor (directed by Trigger founder, Hiroyuki Imaishi and released in July 3rd) written by Yasuko Kobayashi and English translated by Dave Polsky.

Prior to the ending of the TV show, Sunrise planned for another movie as a follow-up to the television series labeled as "New Final Chapter" and adding a new villain and new characters from Equestria Girls and Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures and MLP: Humanitarian Chronicles.

The fifth film is co-directed by Akira Amemiya and written by Yasuko Kobayashi with english translation by Scott Sonneborn and it released in November 24th in Japan, and December 27 in North America with home video release by Funimation in 2014 after its reacquirement following NBCUniversal's dropping the license to the series.

In 2014, following the announcement of NeoWave starting with a feature film and a Re:Birth CGI film, Sunrise confirmed that they will be making two more films about the Original, which as of now, it's confrimed to have a double feature (a Stand-Alone AppleSpark film directed by Tomohiko Ito and a Teenage CMC film directed by Shin Itagaki with a screenplay by Yasuko Kobayashi and both translated by Greg Weisman & Charoltte Fullerton) named AppleSpark X CMC to be released in Japan and North America in Fall of 2014.

Prior to the double feature, it is announced that at the end of May over the weekend, AT-X will be airing a 3-part special film recapping and retelling in retrospective to the television series, main OVA's and films mixing with new footage.

MusicEdit

  • Music by Yasuharu Takanashi, Taku Takahashi
  • Supervisors for Music: William Kevin Anderson, Daniel Ingram
  • Music Production: TV Aichi Music, Geneon Universal, Sunrise Music Publishing (Harmony Unleashed Music Joint)

Opening ThemesEdit

Ending ThemesEdit

Anime Sequel: NeowaveEdit

Main article: Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift NeoWave

Sunrise and Hollowfox Entertainment has been announced that in the future, there will be a potential sequel to Human Ponidox Continuum Shift to be in production later in the future around 2015 and 2016, but might be separated from the Spirit Brony High universe, since it's a spin-off of the series taking place in the future. Nitroplus will collaborate in the series with Jin Haganeya as assistant story editor and co-writer.

It is also announced that Yoshiaki Okumura, now as chief director, John Joseco and Hajime Watanabe as character designer, Yasuko Kobayashi as story editor and Taku Takahashi as composer alongside Taro Iwashiro, replacing Takanashi.

The animation will be handled by Sunrise with assistant director Hatsuki Tsuji now as director and Tomohiko Ito as assistant director and storyboard artist. The sequel will be released in late 2015 with a feature film and the television series will air in Spring 2016.

Funimation and Hasbro Studios licensed the sequel series with co-operation with NBCUniversal (as Geneon).

GalleryEdit

ProductionEdit

Japanese Crew (English) 日本人クルー
Planning: NaruIchi97 x Sunrise 企画:ナルイチ97 X サンライズ

Planning Producers:

  • Aaron Montalvo
  • Jun Tanaka
  • Ken Iyadomi
  • Masayuki Ozaki
  • Yuma Sakata
  • Naoji Hara (TV Aichi)

企画プロデューサー:

  • アーロン·モンタルボ
  • 田中順
  • 弥富健一
  • 尾崎雅之
  • 坂田雄馬
  • 原 直司 (テレビ愛知)
Executive Producers:


エグゼクティブプロデューサー:


  • 木谷高明
  • スティーブン·デイビス
  • 富山勘太郎
  • 鵜之澤伸
  • 上田耕行
  • 池田哲也
  • 内田健二
Original Creators:


原作:


  • ハスブロ
  • ローレン·ファウスト
  • ボニー·ザックアール
  • アーロン·モンタルボ
Original Story: Aaron Montalvo ストーリー原案: アーロン·モンタルボ
Series Structure: Yasuko Kobayashi シリーズ構成:小林靖子
Original Character Design: John Joseco キャラクター原案:ジョン·ジョーセコ
Character Design: Hajime Watanabe キャラクターデザイン:渡辺はじめ
Color Design: Satoshi Hashimoto 色彩設計:橋本さとし
Assistant Director: Hatsuki Tsuji 助監督: 辻初樹
Art Director: Yusuke Takeda アートディレクター:武田祐介
Chief Animation Directors:


  • Seiichi Nakatani
  • Toshiyuki Kanno
作画監督:


  • 中谷誠一
  • 菅野利之
Art Setting: Masahiko Kubo 美術設定:久保正彦
Storyboard Artist:


  • Sabrina Alberghetti
  • Tomohiko Ito
  • Yoshiaki Okumura
絵コンテ:


  • サブリナ·アルベーゲディ
  • 伊藤智彦
  • 奥村よしあき
Editing: Junichi Uematsu 編集: 植松淳一
Sound Director: Masafumi Mima 音響監督: 三間雅文
Sound Production: Techno Sound 音響制作: テクノサウンド
Music:


音楽:


  • 高梨康治
  • 高橋卓
Music Work:


音楽制作:


  • ジェネオン·ユニバーサル·エンターテイメント
  • トイズファクトリー
Music Co-operation:


  • TV Aichi Music
  • Harmony Unleashed Music Joint
  • Sunrise Music Publishing
音楽協力:


  • テレビ愛知ミュージック
  • ハーモニーアンリーシュドミュージックジョイント
  • サンライズ音楽出版
Chief Producer:


  • Shozou Abe (TV Aichi)
  • Shin Sasaki (Sunrise)
チーフプロデューサー:


  • 阿部肖像(テレビ愛知)
  • 佐々木 新(サンライズ)
Producer:


  • Aaron Montalvo
  • Kei Fukuda
  • Eiko Tanaka
プロデューサー:


  • アーロン·モンタルボ
  • 福田敬
  • 田中栄子
Animation Producer: Michael Arias アニメーションプロデューサー: マイケル·アリアス
Animation Production:


  • SUNRISE
  • STUDIO 4ºC
アニメーション制作:


  • サンライズ
  • スタジオ4℃
Director: Yoshiaki Okumura 監督:奥村よしあき
Production: TV Aichi, Harmony Ponidox Shift Project


制作:テレビ愛知、ハーモニーポニドックスシフト·プロジェクト


  • バンダイ
  • ブシロード
  • 電通
  • ジェネオン·ユニバーサル·エンターテイメント
  • ハスブロスタジオ
  • 角川書店
  • バンダイナムコゲームス
  • ナルイチ97/アトミックレンジャー97エンタテインメントスタジオ
  • 日活
  • サンライズ
  • タカラトミー
DVD Distribution: Geneon Universal Entertainment DVDの配布:ジェネオン·ユニバーサル·エンターテイメント
English Crew
Licensed by:
Distributed by:
English Dub Production: NaruIchi97/AtomicRanger97 Entertainment Studios Inc.
In Association WIth:
  • Sunrise
  • DHX Media
  • Hasbro Studios
Subtitles: Laura Wyrick
Broadcaster:
  • The Pony Network
  • NaruIchi97 Anitoku
  • AtomicRanger97 Network
  • Neon Alley


2012-2013 © Sunrise x NaruIchi97/Harmony Ponidox Shift Project, TV Aichi
Licensed by Hollowfox Entertainment, Hasbro Studios and Universal Pictures through FUNimation Productions Ltd. All Rights Reserved


Harmony Unleashed
Main Series
Harmony Unleashed | Nightmare Night of the Dead | The Equestrian Princess Promenade
Film Series
Evolution (2012) | Xtreme Friendship (2013) |Harmony Unleashed Z (2013) | Cutie Doll Fighters (2014) | All Stars DX: S.U.T.H.M.C.B (2014) | Equine Judgement Day (2015) | Potential Spike/SA/Big Mac Film (TBA)
Other Media
Guardians of Equestria (2013-present) | Rise of Robo-Bebe (2013) | YouTube Poop: The Series (2009-2013) | Animated: The Origin Story | MAD: Harmony Un-Bleach'd | Toyline | Terminology
Animated Shows
Human Ponidox Continuum Shift (NeoWave) | Uprising | Anthro Bunraku: The Animation (THE NEXT Animated, ABXEQG: Prelude to Blood) | Equestrian Trinity | AppleSpark Chronicles | Dramatic Ascension | Spirit Brony High | Jaegermeisters | Pegasister Rangers: The Animated Series | Harmony Jaeger: Rising Judgement | Equestria Campus Supremacy | PoniFight | All-Stars: Trigger Factor
Other Films
Spin-off Film Series and Individual Films
HPCS Films | AB Films | EXI Films | SBH Film Series | Jaegermeisters Films | Anime Crossover Movie Great Battle Films | Uprising: Limitless Agression (2014) | Equestrian Trinity in Akihabara! (2014) | Gears of Magic Craft (2015) | Rainbow Dawn Dissidia: Tournament of All-Stars (2013)
Crossover Films
Eternal Cross X Harmony Unleashed: Guardians of Equestria (2013) | Harmony Unleashed x WWE All-Stars: Battle Against Corruption (2014) | ABXEG: Mirror Raiders | ABXEG: Dual Equine Blood | LDXHUEQT: Project Ultimatum | EQTXEG:HC - Attack on Crossdome | PR Strikeforce X HUHPCS | CRWxEQT: Spirit Brony Extremis | XJxSBH: Wings of Change | JMxCS: Mecha vs. Human
Videogames
Rainbow Dawn Series
Rainbow Dawn | Dissidia | Blazing Signs
Individuals and Crossovers
Jaegermeisters Xroz: Untamed Destiny | SMT: HU Magical Supremacy Crossover Rider X Harmony Unleashed X Lazarus Defiance: Triple Threat Titans | MasterPikachu6 X NaruIchi97: Crossfire (Desperate Trigger/Calibur Brawlers) | Spongebob Squarepants: Revolution 0 X My Little Pony: Harmony Unleashed
Book Series
Anthro Bunraku | Sigma
Harmony Unleashed: Human Ponidox Continuum Shift
Staff
Yoshiaki Okumura | Hatsuki Tsuji | Yasuko Kobayashi | Jin Haganeya | John Joseco | Hajime Watanabe | Hisako Tsurukubo | Yoh Yoshinari | Sushio | Toshiyuki Kanno | Seiichi Nakatani | Satoshi Hashimoto | Atsushi Nishigori | Sabrina Alberghetti | Tomohiko Ito | Yasuharu Takanashi | Kenji Kawai | Taku Takahashi | Aaron Montalvo | Michael Arias | James Wooton | Tensai Okamura | Akiyuki Shinbo | Hiroyuki Imaishi | Atsuhiro Iwakami | Takaaki Kidani | Ken Iyadomi | Stephen Davis | Kantaro Tomiyama | Yuma Sakata | Mitsuhisa Ishikawa | Shin Unozawa | Hiroshi Matsuura | Hideyuki Kachi
Cast
Japanese Voices
Maaya Sakamoto | Junko Takeuchi | Tetsuya Kakihara | Romi Park | Noriaki Sugiyama | Yui Horie | Aya Hirano | Aki Toyosaki | Aki Kanada | Akira Ishida | Yuichi Nakamura | Rie Kugimiya | Eri Kitamura | Yuki Matsuoka | Chiwa Saito | Kei Kobayashi | Yoko Honna | Ryoko Nagata | Shiho Kawaragi | Masako Katsuki | Marina Inoue | Yuri Amano | Tomokazu Seki | Tomokazu Sugita | Yuko Goto | Sayuri Yahagi | Sanae Kobayashi | Minako Kotobuki | Kisho Taniyama | Daisuke Sakaguchi | Yuka Iguchi | Kaori Ishihara | Yuki Kaji | Kana Ueda | Daisuke Namikawa | Yoshitsugu Matsuoka | Minori Chihara | Nana Mizuki | Tsubasa Yonaga | Ayumi Fujimura | Asami Seto | Atsuko Tanaka | Keiji Fujiwara | Koichi Yamadera | Rica Fukami | Mie Sonozaki | Kotono Mitsuishi | Takehito Koyasu | Norio Wakamoto | Masako Nozawa | Nobuyuki Hiyama
English Voices
Tara Strong | Ashleigh Ball | Matt Hill | Drew Nelson | Andrea Libman | Tabitha St. Germain | Cathy Weseluck | Kirby Morrow | Aaron Montalvo | Emilie-Claire Barlow | Carolyn Lawrence | Tajja Isen | Janice Kawaye | Ashley Tisdale | Alyson Stoner | John DeLancie | Kathleen Barr | Rebecca Shoichet | Vincent Tong | Johnny Yong Bosch | Erin Fitzgerald | Cory Doran | Todd Haberkorn | Samuel Vincent
Production
Animation
Trigger | Studio 4ºC | Sunrise | Production I.G | Shaft (FlutterMac Chapter/Co-operation)
Staff Production
Aniplex | Bandai Visual | Bushiroad | Dentsu | Geneon Universal | Hasbro Studios | Hollowfox Entertainment | Kadokawa Shoten | Namco Bandai Games | Nikkatsu | Nitroplus | Takara Tomy | Ultra Super Pictures | We've
International
NBCUniversal | Funimation | FremantleMedia Enterprises | diBonaventura Pictures (Film Co-operation) | DHX Media | 9Story Entertainment | Manga Entertainment | Universal Sony Home Pictures Australia