Good Job! Media – Winter 2016

This one’s a bit earlier than usual, but I’ll be away for half of December so I had to get it finished before that happened. I’ll be leaving GJM in the hands of the staff to finish Lucifer and Sakurako-san while I’m away. Hopefully I don’t return to a bloodbath!

With that said, I’ll move on to the Winter picks.

Starting with the expected, we’ll be picking up the remainder of God Eater, and continuing on with the second cour of Akagami no Shirayuki-hime. Our schedule for Akagami has been really sketchy for the first half, and I’m hoping we’ll be able to rectify that somewhat. Regardless of the outcome, we’re still committed to finishing the entire show.

Moving onto the actual Winter shows, we’re going to be doing Boku Dake ga Inai Machi as a joint project with eraser, offering them TLC, TS, timing and QC assistance.

Next up is our in-house project, Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm. Our newly-hired TLC, ChiKuwaParfait, who worked on Lucifer, was rather interested in doing this based on the contents of the VN, and it certainly does look like it has a decent premise.

And last, but not least, we’ll be doing Haruchika ~Haruta to Chika wa Seishun Suru~. This show will be a joint project with Vivid, with us offering TL/TLC, TS and QC assistance.

Each show is worked on by largely independent teams, so in all reasonable circumstances, their schedules shouldn’t get too questionable.

This season looks like it’s really going to be something worth watching, and I’m looking forward to working on these projects here at GJM.

I hope you’ll all enjoy our picks, and their resulting releases.

Good Job! Media


  1. Surprisingly, the new shows are all the only things I was interested in. Thanks GJM.

  2. I have to admit, I was a bit annoyed with how you handled the first half of Akagami no Shirayuki-hime, with that being said though, you guys do a really good job with all of your releases, so I’ll be picking up just about everything you do :’) <3

    • I know how you feel, I’m not any happier about how it’s turned out, and I’ve been to blame for it too.

      Regardless of how it happens, I do want to finish the show eventually, coz it really deserves non-Funi subs.

  3. Best pickups guys. And more thing every time I type “goo” to my browser and and press enter it always opens gjm site and not Google. What to do?? :)

  4. Once again great picks, all of those I’m excited for. I hope they all turn out as good as they sound and look.

  5. Thank god I didn’t read Chrome’s URL autocompleter, I meant to go on google for something, now I decided what anime I’m watching next season. Depending on if you keep honorifics or not, I’ll probably download 3 out of my 8 shows here.

  6. FYI, May want to update your website:

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  7. Underwater-Vivid did Nagi no Asukara. Now its GJM-Vivid doing HaruChika. Considering both from P.A. Works, will you guys provide subtle track with AND without japanese Honorifics? Everything else I can’t wait!

    • Depends on escro and Xythar. I wasn’t likely going to bother unless there was a big call from a staff member for it. Also, the dual-sub thing is something that Underwater offered, technically, not Vivid. Daiz usually did it.

  8. Hype for GJM slowly dying as we move closer to the airing of the 2nd half of Shirayukihime without episode 12 anywhere in sight … *Sigh*

    Please don’t turn into Doki on BDs :/<3

    • >dying
      >only one show isn’t likely to be finished in the coming months

      You have a strange definition of dying. Especially if you’ve seen the three new shows we picked up that all have independent staff teams. ;)

      • Was talking about my hype dying, not your group .. Plz don’t leave us, I still dig your subs </3

        • Oh, I read it as hype over group dying out in general, as opposed to hype for the group dying due to slow, whoops.

          My bad!

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