Beyblade Burst Gachi


Beyblade Burst Rise

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Beyblade Burst GT
Japanese: ベイブレードバーストGT (ガチ)
English: Beyblade Burst Rise
French: Beyblade Burst Rise
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Type: TV
Episodes: 52
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2019 to Mar 27, 2020
Premiered: Spring 2019
Broadcast: Fridays at 16:00 (JST)
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: OLM
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, Sci-FiSci-Fi, SportsSports
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 14 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

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Score: 6.101 (scored by 24432,443 users)
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Ranked: #81462
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Popularity: #6480
Members: 6,180
Favorites: 33

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Synopsis

This year's March issue of Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comics magazine announced on Friday that a new Beyblade series titled Beyblade Burst GT (Gachi) will debut on April 5. The series will stream weekly on the CoroCoro YouTube channel, the official Beyblade portal website, and the Takara Tomy Channel. The magazine shared a visual of a new protagonist with short blond hair.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Koryu, Drum

Main
Han, Megumi
Japanese

De La Hoya, Free

Supporting

Aoi, Valt

Supporting

Akaba, Aiga

Supporting

Ronny, Gwyn

Supporting
Morohoshi, Sumire
Japanese

Akane, Delta

Supporting

Kusaba, Amane

Supporting

Kindo, Fumiya

Supporting

Kindo, Ichika

Supporting

Kusaba, Takane

Supporting

Staff

Kawagoe, Kazuki
Episode Director, Storyboard
Hatori, Jun
Storyboard


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"GATTI'N'ROLL!!" by Kei Iwasaki (岩崎慧)
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Mar 27, 2020
ultimategamer95 (All reviews)
Ok, so, this season of Burst just ended and after that epic final episode, I felt the urge to write a quick review, so here we are. I'll only be giving an overall rating, rather than one for each individual thing, keep in mind, since I only really like to give things ratings based on overall enjoyment (though I will go into detail on what I thought about everything).


Story: If you watch Beyblade for the story, who even are you? Not really much to say here tbh, just your typical formula for a Beyblade story; aim to become the strongest and stop the villains that read more
Mar 27, 2020
yusuf1993 (All reviews)
It is normal for toy based anime to promote their latest product using anime as medium. Beyblade is about toys and it always be.

But when the proportion itself is larger than the overall story, it will reduce the enjoyment of the anime itself, make it no more than advertising medium with mediocre storyline. That's the current trend of modern Beyblade franchise.

In contrast, the best series so far, Bakuten Shoot G-Revolution, never heavily emphasized on promoting product, but focusing on interesting story and enough character development. Without implicitly stating "Boys only toys" in the story, that proved by the absence of competitive female bladers read more
Dec 13, 2020
glaceon_cute (All reviews)
Watched the Beyblade Burst ss 1 + 2 long ago and now finally finished this season. I just didn't have the motivation to watch this because there is no old characters, nostalgia can be a scary obstacle! Anw, the series kinda suffers from the new format (12min/ep). The duration is technically 26 episodes - half of the normal BB shows. What suffers from this cut is the pacing, story, and characters.

Not many new rivals are introduced, the villains appear out of nowhere and challenge the good guy's crew with an absurd reason like "darkness will consume all, your Beyblade is over" without any background. read more
Jul 30, 2019
KurenaiK (All reviews)
Preliminary
The 4th season of Beyblade Burst. So far it feels a lot like season 1, with a very character-driven story instead of focusing on an overarching plot like in season 3.

We have a new main character, Drum, who decides to leave BC Sol in Spain to go back to his roots in Japan, the home of beyblade. There he meets new rivals and of course trouble ensues, the plot is a pretty standard beyblade story. Now, here comes the most important part of any burst season, the characters.

Again, they did a fantastic job with them. Colourful cast with different personalities and goals, a very read more

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