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Bakuten Shoot Beyblade G Revolution


Alternative Titles

English: Beyblade G Revolution
Synonyms: Beyblade Revolution, Beyblade GRevolution
Japanese: 爆転シュート ベイブレードGレボリューション

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 52
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 6, 2003 to Dec 29, 2003
Premiered: Winter 2003
Broadcast: Mondays at 18:00 (JST)
Producers: d-rights
Licensors: Nelvana
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Manga
Duration: 20 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 7.021 (scored by 14,097 users)
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Ranked: #33152
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Popularity: #1947
Members: 22,341
Favorites: 156
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Episodes: /52

Synopsis

After keeping their BitBeasts out of harm's way, a new world championship tournament is announced, but the defending champions can't all be on the same team. Their friendship will be tested and tried as each Bladebreaker goes on a quest to prove why they are the best Beyblader around. Tyson, Max, Ray, Kai, and newcomer Daichi, must keep up their winning ways...even if they must face each other. But, after the tournament is over, what awaits them is an old foe, Boris, taking over the BBA and transforming it into BEGA, the Beyblade Entertainment Global Association. To save Beybladers of the entire world from BEGA's corruption, the Bladebreakers must reunite once again...

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Hiwatari, Kai
Hiwatari, Kai
Main
Takano, Urara
Japanese
Takano, Urara
Kon, Rei
Kon, Rei
Main
Hisakawa, Aya
Japanese
Hisakawa, Aya
Kinomiya, Takao
Kinomiya, Takao
Main
Kumai, Motoko
Japanese
Kumai, Motoko
Mizuhara, Max
Mizuhara, Max
Main
Orikasa, Ai
Japanese
Orikasa, Ai

Staff

Kawase, Toshifumi
Kawase, Toshifumi
Director
Hashimoto, Mitsuo
Hashimoto, Mitsuo
Director
Hayase, Hiroyuki
Hayase, Hiroyuki
Sound Director
Okumura, Yoshiaki
Okumura, Yoshiaki
Storyboard


Edit Opening Theme

#1: "Go Ahead ~Bokura no Jidai e~" by Motoko Kumai (eps 1-32)
#2: "Identified" by Springs (eps 33-51)

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "Oh Yes!!" by Sista with Yuka
#2: "Kaze no Fuku Basho" by Makiyo
#3: "Sign of Wish" by Makiyo




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EmeraldWolfChild
Dec 5, 2007
(Second review! Eeep!)

Story: Though the story for this season is a bit overused, it holds true to its constant surprises and keeping people wondering what will happen next. Finally gaining some more depth than season one or two, many things happen to show that everything has changed and that life goes on whether they like it or not. Some Shonen-ai hints,generally almost non-existant, might be detected both in the Japanese and English versions, but this is more of a best friend thing compared to anything serious,turning out to be quite touching. I also found the speeches that Takao (Tyson) gave more realistic and down read more
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ultimategamer95
Feb 3, 2015
(My first review... let's see how this goes (pls don't bash on it if it's too bad :L))

So after re-watching the original Beyblade series for like the 12th time (lost count, lol), I decided to right a review and stuff.


Story: The story of this show tries it's best to grab your attention and prepare you as much as possible, and it achieves this quite well. Though in my opinion the story could of been better, it still contains many breathtaking moments whilst is goes way more in-depth than it did with the first two seasons. The dialogue has also improved quite a bit in this read more
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