Bang! Zoom is also the title of an album by Bobby McFerrin.

Bang Zoom! Entertainment is an audio post-production studio, located in Burbank, California,[1] that has worked on several anime, video games, feature films, and directly-to-DVD projects. The studio is best known as a dubbing company, providing English voice-over work for Japanese animation.

Adventures in Voice Acting

Main Article: Adventures in Voice Acting

As of September 2006, Bang Zoom! Entertainment plans to release to DVD a series of interviews with "close to 100 [voice] actors, producers, and casting directors", titled Adventures in Voice Acting: Anime, Games and Animation. Many of the interviews will take place on set and in their respective studios. The trailer announced many of the voice actors that will appear on the DVD, including Steven Blum, Wendee Lee, Tom Kenny and many more.

In 2009, Conan O'Brien and Andy Richter also did voice acting for fun from the Bang Zoom studio on NBC's Tonight Show visiting their studio and providing satirical alternate dubs for Ghost in the Shell and Blood: The Last Vampire.

Production credits


Video games


CEO's comments on the anime industry

On April 26, 2010, Bang Zoom! Entertainment CEO Eric P. Sherman sent an open letter to anime fans via the blog GoAnimeTV. In the letter, he stated that the company will most likely stop producing English dubs of anime titles in 2011 if the industry does not start showing improvement. He cited the fansubbing and pirating of anime content as the primary reason for Geneon Entertainment USA, Central Park Media and ADV Films closing their doors, as well as the January 2009 layoffs at Bandai Entertainment. Sherman also emphasized in the article that "anime is going to die" if fans do not start buying more content from the studios that license shows for distribution.[3][4]


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