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Beyblade Burst (Japanese: ベイブレードバースト, Hepburn: Beiburēdo Bāsuto) is a Japanese manga and toyline created by Hiro Morita, originally based on Takara Tomy's Beyblade franchise. The third incarnation of the franchise after the Metal Fight series, the toyline launched on July 15, 2015 while the original manga was serialized in Shogakukan's Shōnen magazine CoroCoro Comic in August 2015 and is currently compiled into seven tankōbon volumes. Shogakukan's South East Asian branch began publishing it in English in April 2017.[1]

Beyblade Burst
BBBurstvolume1.jpg
Cover of the first tankōbon manga volume
ベイブレードバースト
(Beiburēdo bāsuto)
Manga
Written byHiro Morita
Published byShogakukan
DemographicChildren
MagazineCoroCoro Comic
Original runApril 4, 2016December 21, 2019 (last episode)
Volumes13 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byKatsuhito Akiyama
Written byHideki Sonoda
Music byYusaku Tsuchiya
StudioOLM (Team Abe)
Licensed by
The Fusion Agency
Sunrights Inc.
Hasbro Studios
Original networkTXN (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
English network
Original run April 4, 2016 March 27, 2017
Episodes51 (List of episodes)
Game
DeveloperFuRyu
PublisherFuRyu
PlatformNintendo 3DS
Released
  • JP: November 10, 2016
Anime television series
Beyblade Burst Evolution
Directed byKatsuhito Akiyama
Written byHideki Sonoda
Music byZain Effendi
StudioOLM (Team Abe)
Licensed by
The Fusion Agency
Sunrights Inc.
Hasbro Studios
Original networkTXN (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
English network
Original run April 3, 2017 March 26, 2018
Episodes51 (List of episodes)
Game
Beyblade Burst God
DeveloperFuRyu
PublisherFuRyu
PlatformNintendo 3DS
Released
  • JP: November 23, 2017
Anime television series
Beyblade Burst Turbo
Directed byKatsuhito Akiyama
Written byHideki Sonoda
StudioOLM (Team Abe)
Licensed by
The Fusion Agency
Sunrights Inc.
Allspark Animation
Original networkTXN (TV Tokyo, TV Osaka)
English network
Original run April 2, 2018 March 25, 2019
Episodes51 (List of episodes)
Game
Beyblade Burst Battle Zero
DeveloperFuRyu
PublisherFuRyu
PlatformNintendo Switch
Released
  • JP: October 25, 2018
Original net animation
Beyblade Burst Rise
Directed byKatsuhito Akiyama
Written byHideki Sonoda
StudioOLM (Team Abe)
Licensed by
The Fusion Agency
Sunrights Inc.
Allspark Animation
Released April 5, 2019 – present
Episodes29 (List of episodes)
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An anime adaptation by OLM was aired in all TXN stations in Japan on April 4, 2016.[2] Hasbro and Sunrights licensed the anime and toyline in English; marking the first time in the franchise that an English adaptation wasn't produced by Nelvana.[3] The first two series were originally recorded between Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta in Canada by Ocean Productions and its sister studio Blue Water. The third series was recorded in Los Angeles, California in the United States by Bang Zoom! Entertainment. The dub would be the final anime voice acting role of Gabe Khouth who died two years.[4]

PlotEdit

Beyblade Burst (2016-17)Edit

The story revolves around Valt Aoi and Shu Kurnei as well as his classmates at the Beigoma Academy school in Japan. When not studying, the close friends are obsessed with their Bey tops, creating a school bey club and challenging each other to battles at their Bey Stadium. The friends eventually become friendly rivals as they compete against each other in professional competition to claim the title of Japan’s top Blader and to beat the undefeated Lui Shirosago/Lui Shirisagi.[5]

Beyblade Burst Evolution (2017-18)Edit

In season two of Beyblade Burst, Valt Aoi, who hails from Japan was a top competitor in the Japanese Championship. In Season Two, Evolution, Valt is scouted for the prestigious Spanish team "BC Sol" and heads out to Spain. When he arrives in Spain, he runs into some old friends and meets some new ones who end up accompanying him along his journey. Valt’s first battle in Spain leaves his bey, Valtryek, with an opportunity to evolve, making it stronger. Valt and his friends set their sights on becoming the World Champion; however, in order to qualify, they must first take the European League by winning team battles against other teams from around the globe. Valt is able to rank his way up. His old friend Shu has been tricked into becoming evil and has broken every bey he battles. Shu AKA Red Eye and Valt battle and Valtryek`s tip Reboot gets ripped in half. He gets an evolved tip (Ultimate Reboot) and makes his way up again and then was able to stop Red Eye (Shu's Identity when controlled by Spryzen Requiem), bringing Shu back to normal. Valt is now the world champion. Note: On the official Beyblade Burst YouTube Channel, The end of the Evolution season, teases the Turbo season.

Beyblade Burst Turbo (2018-19)Edit

Two years after the International Blader's Cup, the story focuses on Aiger Akabane, a "wild child" that grew up in nature. After battling Valt Aoi, he became inspired to become the No.1 Blader in the world, along with his beyblade, Z Achilles. He aims to fight strong opponents in an effort to become stronger himself. To defeat Valt Aoi and become the World Champion, Aiger begins his journey.

The new Beyblades have metal in the layer and have a special item called a Level Chip you can use to make your Beyblade stronger. Other characters are Hyde, Shu, Phi, Kyle, Kit, and Ranjiro.

Beyblade Burst Rise (2019-20)Edit

One year after the events of Beyblade Burst Turbo, after seeing Valt Aoi achieve Hyper-Flux, Drum Koryu is determined to make a beyblade burst Rise Beyblade and achieve this powerful state. Can he and his Ace Dragon do it?

These new Beyblades have three parts in the layer: the Base, the Weight and the gatinko Chip.

Official CharactersEdit

Main charactersEdit

Valt Aoi / Baruto Aoi (蒼井 バルト, Aoi Baruto)
Voiced by: Marina Inoue (Japanese); Sabrina Pitre (seasons 1 and 2), Kimlinh Tran (season 3) (English)

Valt is an energetic 12-year-old boy who dreams on being world champion.

Rantaro Kiyama (黄山 乱太郎, Kiyama Rantarō)
Voiced by: Fumihiro Okabayashi (Japanese); Matt Hill (seasons 1 and 2), Derek Stephen Prince (season 3) (English)
Also known as Honcho and Ranjiro is also known as Cap'n (クミチョー, Kumicho).
Ranjiro Kiyama- Ranjiro is leader of the Wild Bey Gang in season 3. Ranjiro is Rantaro's younger brother.
Ken Midori / Kensuke Midorikawa (緑川 ケンスケ, Midorikawa Kensuke)
Voiced by: Tsubasa Yonaga (Japanese); Gabe Khouth (English)
Daigo Kurogami / Daina Kurogami (黒神 ダイナ, Kurogami Daina)
Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki (Japanese); Antony Kim (first half of season one), Zach LeBlanc (from second half of season one to season two) (English)
Hoji Konda (紺田ホウジ/紺田法事, Konda Houji)
Voiced by: Tōru Nara (Japanese); Brett Bauer (English)
Wakiya Murasaki / Wakiya Komurasaki (小紫 ワキヤ, Komurasaki Wakiya)
Voiced by: Yū Kobayashi (Japanese); Cole Howard (English)
Shu Kurenai (紅 シュウ, Kurenai Shū)/ Red Eye (レッドアイ, Reddo Ai)
Voiced by: Junya Enoki (Japanese); Adrian Petriw (English)
Toko Aoi / Tokonatsu Aoi (蒼井常夏, Aoi Tokonatsu)
Voiced by: You Taichi (Japanese); Sabrina Pitre (English)
Nika Aoi (蒼井日夏, Aoi Nika)
Voiced by: Aoi Inase (Japanese); Sabrina Pitre (English)
Chiharu Aoi (蒼井千春, Aoi Chiharu)
Kit Lopez / Kitto Ropesu (キット・ロペス, Ropesu Kitto)
Silas Karlisle (Sisco Karlisle) / Shisuko Kārairu (シスコカーライル, Kārairu Shisuko)
Voiced by: Takuma Terashima (Japanese); Connor Parnall (English)
Free De La Hoya / Furī Derahōya (フリー・デラホーヤ, Derahōya Furī)
Voiced by: Ryoko Shiraishi (Japanese); Sean Thomas (English)
Cuza Ackerman / Kūza Akkāmanクーザアッカーマン&カール (Akkāman Kūza)
Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi (Japanese); Valin Shinyei (English)
Rickson Clay (リクソンクレイ)
Shasa Guten (Sasha Guten) (サーシャ・グテン/)
Honey Guten (ハニー・グテン)
Voiced by: Aoi Koga (Japanese); Caitlyn Bairstow (English)
Kristina Kuroda / Kurisutīna Kuroda (クリスティーナ クロダ, Kuroda Kurisutīna)
Raul Comas / Zoro (ゾロ, Zoro)
Trad Vazquez / Toraddo Basukesu (トラッド・バスケス, Basukesu Toraddo)
Orochi Ginba (銀刃オロチ/ 銀刃大蛇, Ginba Orochi)
Voiced by: Takahiro Mizushima (Japanese); Daniel Bacon (English)
Alexander 'Xander' Shakadera / Kaiza Shakuenji (灼炎寺 カイザ, Shakuenji Kaiza)
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama (Japanese); Andrew Francis (English)
Also known as Xander / Xhaka (シャカ, Shaka).
Yugo Nansui (南翠ユーゴ, Nansui Yuugo)
Voiced by: Daichi Hayashi (Japanese); Nick Wolfhard (English)
Ukyo Ibuki (雪吹右京, Ibuki Ukyo)
Voiced by: Natsumi Fujiwara (Japanese); Vincent Tong (English)
Zac Kaneguro / Zenkuro Kurogane (黒銀善九郎, Kurogane Zenkuro)
Also known as Zac the Sunrise / Zac the Sunshine.
Quon Limon / Quon Kimidori (黄緑クオン, Kimidori Quon)
Voiced by: Yuka Nishigaki (Japanese); Jonathan Whitesell (English)
Ben Azuki (小豆ベン, Azuki Ben)
Voiced by: Mariko Higashiuchi (Japanese); David A. Kaye (English)
Gabe Brunai / Gou Chagake (茶掛豪, Chagake Gou)
Voiced by: Yuuki Hayashi (Japanese); Brian Doe (English)
Lui Shirosagi / Lui Shirasagijo (白鷺城ルイ, Shirasagijo Rui)
Voiced by: Romi Park (Japanese); Travis Turner (English)
Naoki Minamo (水面ナオキ/水面直樹, Minamo Naoki)
Jin Aizawa (藍沢ジン, Aizawa Jin)
Akira Yamatoga / Akira Yamabuki (山吹アキラ/山吹彰, Yamabuki Akira)
Hanami (花見, Hanami)
Hidetaro Shinoda (篠田 秀太郎, Shinoda Hidetaro)
As know Principal Shinoda.
Ryota Kurogami / Souta Kurogami (Kurogami Souta)
Voiced by: ??? (Japanese); William Ashman (English)
Django del Toro (Jango Matador) (ジャンゴ・デル・トロ)
Stan Hamburg / Sutan Hanbaagu (スタン・ハンバーグ, Hanbaagu Sutan)
Ghasem Madal / Gazemu Madaaru (ガゼム・マダール, Madaaru Gazemu)
Boa Alcazaba (Boa Alcacer) / Boa Arukaseru (ボア・アルカセル, Arukaseru Boa)
Joshua Burns (Joshua Boon) / Joshua Buun (ジョシュア・ブーン, Buun Joshua)
Ren Wu Sun (Ruway Sun) / Son Ruuwei (ソン・ルーウェイ, Ruuwei Son)
Clio Delon / Kurio Doron (クリオ・ドロン, Doron Kurio)
Kurt Baratier (Kurtz Baratier) / Kurutsu Baratie (クルツ・バラティエ, Baratie Kurutsu)
Norman Tarver / Nooman Taabaa (ノーマン・ターバー, Taabaa Nooman) / Gold Eye (金色の目, Ai)
Theodore Glass (Alexander Gilten) / Arekizandā Giruten (アレキザンダー・ギルテン, Giruten Arekizandā) / Ashtem (アシュテム)
Mr. Hanami (花見・主, Hanami)
Ange Lopez (アンジェロペス)

Manga ChaptersEdit

No.Release date ISBN
1 December 28, 2015[6]ISBN 978-4-09-142114-2
  • 00. "Beyblade Burst Urgent Super Preview" (ベイブレードバースト緊急超予告, Beiburēdo Bāsuto Kinkyū Chō Yokoku)
  • 01. "Let's Go, Buddy! Valtryek!!" (いこうぜ、相棒!ヴァルキリー!!, Ikōze, Aibō! Varukirī!!)
  • 02. "The Guardian Watchdog, Kerbeus' Challenge" (堅守の番犬、ケルベウスの挑戦, Kenshū no Banken, Kerubeusu no Chōsen)
  • 03. "The Jet-Black Attack Plane, Deathscyther's Surprise Attack" (漆黒の攻撃機、デスサイザー闇襲, Shikkoku no Kōgeki-ki, Desu Saizā Yamishū)
  • 04. "The Fire Dragon Wyvern, Breaking the Impregnable Wings" (炎竜ワイバーン、炸裂する鉄壁の翼, Hiryū Waibān, Sakuretsu suru Teppeki no Tsubasa)
2 March 28, 2016[7]ISBN 978-4-09-142153-1
  • 05. "Battle Fairy Spriggan, The Iron Hammer of Friendship" (戦闘妖精スプリガン、渾身の鉄槌, Sentō Yōsei Supurigan, Konshin no Tettsui)
  • 06. "The Dashing Valkyrie VS The Impeccable Spriggan, Decided!!" (爆進のヴァルキリーVS無欠のスプリガン、決着!!, Bakushin no Varukirī VS Muketsu no Supurigan, Ketchaku!!)
  • 07. "Who's the Leader!? Bey Club Formation!!" (部長はだれに!?ベイクラブ結成!!, Buchō wa dare ni!? Bei Kurabu Kessei!!)
  • 08. "Sacred Sword Xcalibur, Unparalleled Slash" (聖剣エクスカリバー、無双の斬撃, Seiken Ekusukaribā, Musō no Zangeki)
  • 09. "Explosive Evolution, Victory Valkyrie!!" (進化爆誕、ビクトリーヴァルキリー!!, Shinka Bakutan, Bikutorī Varukirī!!)
3 July 28, 2016[8]ISBN 978-4-09-142183-8
  • 10. "The Water God Neptune, Battle of the Raging Sea!!" (水神ネプチューン、激浪の攻防!!, Suijin Neptune, Gekirō no Kōbō!!)
  • 11. "The Great BeyClub Invitation Plan!!" (ベイクラブ勧誘大作戦!!, Bei Kurabu Kan'yū Daisakusen!!)
  • 12. "The Two-Winged Wall, The Flying Dragon Wyvern!!" (双翼の防壁、飛竜ワイバーン!!, Sōyoku no Bōheki, Hiryū Wyvern!!)
  • 13. "Valkyrie's New Special Shoot Explodes!!" (ヴァルキリー、新必殺シュート炸裂!!, Varukirī, Shin Hissatsu Shūto Sakuretsu!!)
  • 14. "The BeyClub Special Swimming Training!!" (ベイクラブ水泳特訓!!, Bei Kurabu Suiei Tokkun!!)
4 December 28, 2016[9]ISBN 978-4-09-142269-9
  • SP1. "Xeno Xcalibur, the Unparalleled Sword of Flames!!" (ゼノエクスカリバー、天下無双の覇剣!!, Zeno Ekusukaribā, Tenkamusou no Haken!!)
  • 15. "Magnificent Offense and Defense!! The Phantasmagoric Spriggan!!" (華麗な攻防!!変幻自在のスプリガン!!, Karei na Kōbō!! Hengen Jizai no Supurigan!!)
  • 16. "Showdown! Battle God Valkyrie VS Holy Sword Xcalibur!!" (熱闘!!闘神ヴァルキリーVS聖剣エクスカリバー!!, Nettō!! Tōshin Varukirī VS Seiken Ekusukaribā!!)
  • 17. "Victory Valkyrie's Miraculous Awakening!" (ビクトリーヴァルキリー、奇跡の覚醒!!, Bikutorī Varukirī, Kiseki no Kakusei!!)
  • 18. "The Dreaded Special Training Course!? A Beybattle of Courage!!" (恐怖の特訓!?きもだめしベイバトル!!, Kyōfu no Tokkun!? Kimodameshi Bei Batoru!!)
  • SP2. "Story of the Golden God Bey (Part 1)" (ゴールドゴッドベイ誕生物語(前編), Gōrudo Goddo Bei Tanjou Monogatari (Zenpen))
5 January 27, 2017[10]ISBN 978-4-09-142287-3
  • SP3. "Story of the Golden God Bey (Part 2)" (ゴールドゴッドベイ誕生物語(後編), Gōrudo Goddo Bei Tanjou Monogatari (Kōhen))
  • 19. "The God Bey of Infinite Endurance, Zillion Zeus!!" (無限持久の神ベイ、ジリオンゼウス!!, Mugen Jikyū no Kami Bei, Jirion Zeusu!!)
  • 20. "Storm Spriggan, an Instantaneous Attack!!" (ストームスプリガン、刹那の一撃!!, Sutōmu Supurigan, Setsuna no Ichigeki!!)
  • 21. "Almighty God Zeus VS Battle God Valkyrie!!" (全能神ゼウスVS闘神ヴァルキリー!!, Zennōshin Zeusu VS Tōshin Varukirī)
  • 22. "Spriggan VS Longinus, Showdown of Destiny!!" (スプリガンVSロンギヌス、因緑の激突!!, Supurigan VS Ronginusu, innen no Gekitotsu!!)
  • 23. "Roar of the Reverse Dragon! Lost Longinus' Super Revolution!!" (逆龍の咆哮!ロストロンギヌス超旋回!!, Gyakūryū no Hōkou! Rosuto Ronginusu Chōsenkai!!)
6 April 28, 2017[11]ISBN 978-4-09-142386-3
  • SP4. "Lost Longinus - Legend of The Ultimate Dragon" (ロストロンギヌス最強我龍伝説, Rosuto Roginusu Saikyō Waga Ryū Densetsu)
  • 24. "To the Battle! Valt's Super Training!!" (決戦へ!!バルト超特訓!!, Kessen he!! Baruto Chō Tokkun!!)
  • 25. "The Finals Begin!! Longinus Nationals!!" (決勝戦開始!!ロンギヌス全国!!, Kesshōsen Kaishi!! Ronginusu Zenkoku!!)
  • 26. "Winner of the Finals! The Surprising Conclusion!!" (決勝戦決着!!まさかの結末!!, Kesshōsen Kecchaku!! Masaka no Ketsumatsu!!)
  • 27. "The World is the Stage!! Rivals Across the World!!" (世界が舞台!!ライバルは世界!!, Sekai ga Butai!! Raibaru wa Sekai!!)
7 October 27, 2017[12]ISBN 978-4-09-142499-0
  • 28. "A Passionately Heated Battle in the Cyclone Beystadium!!" (サイクロンベイスタジアムで激あつバトル!!)
  • SP5. "The Strongest Special Training with My Partner, Valkyrie!!" (相棒ヴァルキリーと最強特訓!!)
  • 29. "Blaze Ragnarok, the Steadfast Wall of Passion!!" (ブレイズラグナルク、不動の熱壁!!)
  • 30. "The Threatening Reverse Spin, Drain Fafnir!!" (脅威の逆旋回、ドレインファブニル!!)
  • 31. "Descend! The Time-Manipulating Alter Chornos!!" (降臨!時を操るアルタークロノス!!)
  • 32. "The Cleaving Twin-Scythes! Killer Deathscyther!!" (双鎌の閃裂!死神キラーデスサイザー!!)
  • 33. "The Attack From Above, Soaring Maximus Garuda!!" (飛翔マキシマムガルーダ、滑空の一撃!!)
8 December 27, 2017[13]ISBN 978-4-09-142603-1
9 April 27, 2018[14]ISBN 978-4-09-142650-5
10 August 28, 2018[15]ISBN 978-4-09-142730-4
11 November 28, 2018[16]ISBN 978-4-09-142819-6
12 April 26, 2019[17]ISBN 978-4-09-142897-4
13 September 27, 2019[18]ISBN 978-4-09-143080-9


Anime EpisodesEdit

An English dub of the anime premiered on Teletoon in Canada on September 10, 2016[19] and on Disney XD on October 2. The dub premiered on 9Go! in Australia on December 5, 2016 and on Disney XD in the United States on December 19, 2016.[20] An English subtitled version began streaming on Daisuki in the United States on December 27, 2016 until the website went defunct in 2017.[21] and on Pop Max in the United Kingdom on October 9, 2017. An Arabic dub of the anime, which was titled Beybattle Burst, premiered on Spacetoon on December 10, 2018.

Merchandise (Toys R Us)Edit

Hasbro and Sunrights are launching the toyline outside of Japan. Toys R Us started distributing the toys in Canada in September 2016[22] and Hasbro started distributing the toys in the United States in January 2017.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Shogakukan Asia Licenses Beyblade Burst Manga". Anime News Network. April 21, 2017. Retrieved June 1, 2017.
  2. ^ "Beyblade Burst TV Anime Premieres in April". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2016-01-14.
  3. ^ "Hasbro, Sunrights Plan International Launch of Beyblade Burst Toys, Anime". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2016-02-18.
  4. ^ https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2019-07-26/actor-voice-actor-gabe-khouth-passes-away-at-46/.149374
  5. ^ Licensor, SUNRIGHTS INC.
  6. ^ ベイブレード バースト 1 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  7. ^ ベイブレード バースト 2 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  8. ^ ベイブレード バースト 3 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  9. ^ ベイブレード バースト 4 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  10. ^ ベイブレード バースト 5 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  11. ^ ベイブレード バースト 6 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  12. ^ ベイブレード バースト 7 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  13. ^ ベイブレード バースト 8 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  14. ^ ベイブレード バースト 9 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  15. ^ ベイブレード バースト 10 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  16. ^ ベイブレード バースト 11 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  17. ^ ベイブレード バースト 12 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved March 11, 2019.
  18. ^ ベイブレード バースト 13 (in Japanese). Shogakukan. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  19. ^ "Beyblade Burst Anime Listed on Canada's Teletoon for September 10". Anime News Network. September 5, 2016. Retrieved September 7, 2016.
  20. ^ "Beyblade Burst Premieres in US on Disney XD in December". Anime News Network. October 19, 2016. Retrieved October 19, 2016.
  21. ^ "Daisuki Adds Beyblade Burst Anime With English Subtitles". Anime News Network. December 27, 2017. Retrieved June 1, 2017.
  22. ^ "Beyblade - Toys "R" Us". Toys R Us. Retrieved October 19, 2016.

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