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Bubuki Buranki


Alternative Titles

English: BBK/BRNK
Japanese: ブブキ・ブランキ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2016 to Mar 26, 2016
Premiered: Winter 2016
Broadcast: Saturdays at 22:00 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: SANZIGEN
Source: Original
Genres: Action, Drama, Mecha, Sci-Fi
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.471 (scored by 13,124 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #52912
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1255
Members: 41,329
Favorites: 83
6.47
Ranked #5291Popularity #1255Members 41,329
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

When Azuma Kazuki returns to Japan after 10 years, he gets assaulted by a group of armed men and becomes their prisoner. Kogane Asabuki, a childhood friend, saves him with a weapon on her right hand known as Bubuki; a weapon with its own mind. Azuma Kazuki, who is a Bubuki user himself, learns about the existence of Bubuki and goes on a journey alongside the companions he has found, in an attempt to find and revive Oubu, a Buranki (titan) who sleeps underground.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Taneomi, Shizuru
Taneomi, Shizuru
Main
Komatsu, Mikako
Japanese
Komatsu, Mikako
Asabuki, Kogane
Asabuki, Kogane
Main
Ozawa, Ari
Japanese
Ozawa, Ari
Ougi, Kinoa
Ougi, Kinoa
Main
Ishigami, Shizuka
Japanese
Ishigami, Shizuka
Kazuki, Azuma
Kazuki, Azuma
Main
Kobayashi, Yuusuke
Japanese
Kobayashi, Yuusuke
Terasaki, Yuka
Japanese
Terasaki, Yuka

Staff

Komatsuda, Daizen
Komatsuda, Daizen
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Aketagawa, Jin
Aketagawa, Jin
Sound Director
Kitajima, Yukinori
Kitajima, Yukinori
Script, Series Composition
Ishii, Jirou
Ishii, Jirou
Script, Series Composition


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"Beat your Heart" by Konomi Suzuki (eps 2-)

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#1: "Beat your Heart" by Konomi Suzuki (ep 1)
#2: "ANGER/ANGER" by MYTH & ROID (eps 2-12)



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LeaderTGW
Mar 26, 2016
Bubuki Buranki felt like it was an experimental show to me. It was sort of like the way it was presented animation, story, character designs etc it's like Sanzigen wanted to test out their new original show using new animation software or perhaps they wanted to use the viewers as a test audience to see if the current direction they are going in is okay.. overall it just felt like this show was released as an experiment for something bigger in the future.Moving on from that, the overall story was okay, it wasn't too bad, nor was it anything special. The plot always felt like read more
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Katharsis939
Apr 4, 2016
Bububu is in my opinion the worst show, I've seen completely in the last season. I forgot the miserabely narrated story immediately after the show ended, sometimes, as the episode ended. The style, and CG was awesome, remembered me often times at Knights of Sidonia (beautiful Anime, go watch it!), but the unbelievably bad choreographed action scenes took so much time, that they pushed and squeezed every piece of dialogue between every fight as fast as they could. For example, after the 12th duel with this Bulletshooting guy, everyone I know recognized, that these fights go nowhere. They are meaningless in every aspect, end without read more
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dadnaya
Apr 6, 2016
Bubuki Buranki is one of those Anime you can call "Hidden gem".
I think it's really underrated.
Bubuki Buranki focuses on a group of 5 children, while each of them wield a Bubuki, which is a part of a Buranki (A Huge Mech), and only when they come together, they can form the Buranki.
It was an enjoyable one, since there was a good plot, great fights, and not too much talking.
Bubuki Buranki looks in art something similar to 3D (Like 009:Cyborg or Love Live! at some parts) which was beautiful.
The colors were colorful and are pretty bright, and at some scenes it was gray-black and some neon read more
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2chemical
Apr 10, 2016
I'll start this review off by saying that I'm no intellectual. Far from it. When I watch my anime I often won't focus too hard on the plot, character development and so on, at least not when it comes to my everyday-casual consumtion of anime. As long as the art, character design, sound/music and the shows overall themes and are cool and executed with class, that alone may be enough for me to rate a show 7-8. (For example, LOTGH wasn't exactly my cup of tea, whereas this show, Bubuki/Buranki was. The storytelling in LOTGH was more intricate and intelligent, but the show as read more
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