The OVA's of Atomic Betty X Total Drama, which counts as specials for DVD, TV and other media. They are distributed by Bandai Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation
OVA 1: Atomic Drama Crossover After Show SpecialEdit
The first OVA takes place after the events of the first series, and it involves in any characters of the series including anyone who did not come out in the series for the first time ever.
OVA 2: Side StoriesEdit
- Main article: Atomic Betty X Total Drama OVA 2: Side Stories
The second OVA is a 6-short film Special involving Japanese Animation through Canadian animation, It is animated by Studio 4*C, Gainax, Toei Animation, Kyoto Animation, Production I.G, and J.C. Staff. It involves the characters in shorts which in genre is in action, comedy, parody, romance, etc.
OVA 3: A Rule 63 TransformationEdit
The third OVA is a special of ABXTD involving the whole universe switching genders. Which it's a problem for Betty, now Benny and her/his friends. It will involve a possible cast if there was a bizarre genderbended episode of either Total Drama or Atomic Betty.
OVA 4: My Ultimate Galactic Sweet 6teenEdit
Aniplex, Warner Bros., Teletoon and Namco Bandai Studios announced a fourth OVA serving as a prequel to Ultimate Atomic Betty X Total Drama. Betty is almost transforming from a little girl into a blossomed woman, but, things get in the way of her sweet sixteen.
ONA Series: Crazyness, Randomness and the Whole CrewEdit
Warner Premiere Digital, Teletoon and Bandai Channel will distribute the Original Net Animation Series for Atomic Betty X Total Drama involving some comedic 15-minute or less lengthed 13 episodes for the series. It will be distributed on YouTube under its official channel, Teletoon.com, and Japanese Dubbed in BandaiChannel, NicoNico Douga and Crunchyroll (English Subbed)
OAD Series: Alternative AfterlifeEdit
- Main article: Atomic Betty X Total Drama: Alternative Afterlife''
Warner Bros. Animation along with Namco Bandai Games, and Teletoon stated to make an OAD miniseries which consist of 5 Parts. It will be released on Blu-ray, DVD and Streaming Media via Netflix, On Demand, Neon Alley (for PS3) and Crunchyroll. The OAD series will release in November 2012.