Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia

Bakugan: New Vestroia

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English: Bakugan: New Vestroia
Japanese: 爆丸バトルブローラーズ New Vestroia


Type: TV
Episodes: 52
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 12, 2009 to May 9, 2010
Premiered: Spring 2009
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Nelvana
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Original
Genres: GameGame, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy, ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 6.441 (scored by 3195731,957 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #63662
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Popularity: #2385
Members: 52,064
Favorites: 152

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After the final downfall of the rogue Bakugan Naga, peace was brought back to Vestroia. With the help of Danma Kuusou, his companion Pyrus Dragonoid, and other Battle Brawlers, the Infinity and Silent Cores were combined and the realm was recreated.

However, New Vestroia will not be given any respite as humanoid alien invaders, the Vestals, arrive and conquer the Bakugan world in one fell swoop. Armed with a fearsome machine capable of restricting Bakugan into their ball forms, they aim to enslave the race as a form of entertainment.

Now, the only force standing in their way is the Bakugan Battle Brawlers Resistance—a group of humans, Bakugan, and Vestals who oppose the idea of annihilating a sentient race. Led by Danma, they must venture into enemy-occupied New Vestroia and repel the invaders, to assure the survival of the entire world.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Hashimoto, Mitsuo
Iida, Satoki
Sound Director
Tokoro, Toshikatsu
Episode Director, Storyboard
Mieno, Hitomi


Opening Theme

"Cho! Saikyo! Warriors" by Psychic Lover

Ending Theme

#1: "BANG! BANG! BAKUGAN" by Yoshifumi Ushima (eps 1-13, 52)
#2: "Communication Breakdown" by Crush Tears (eps 14-51)

Feb 6, 2020
RandomGuy1237 (All reviews)
Bakugan's best season is season 2.
Because this is where the best battles happened.
The bakugans were very good in their speech, their unique ability, their appearance. The battles of the ancient bakugans and the ancient bakugans give colour to this season. Every character and bakuga has their own stories. Special stories. Exciting.
It's the season where talent and parade Cards are the most diverse. Remember the Battle of the Baron and Prince hydron? The Haos lowering gate card was a really nice move. but Nemus changed the element. That's one of the special things about this season. Besides, his rivals were pretty strong. They've lost all their read more
Apr 13, 2019
shinya_hiiragi1 (All reviews)
The plot sees Dan as the protagonist who meets his Bakugan Drago who asks him for help to save his world, and his companions and enemies meet them. Bakugans are monsters from another dimension and playing cards have a particular scope that corresponds to a natural element, such as fire, water, light, etc.
The plot consists of these kids who have to save the world from the wicked who use the Bakugan for their shady purposes.
The anime of which children and kids from 10 years up go crazy is nothing more than a simple mixture of other products of the same kind, such as "Yu Gi read more
Jul 30, 2012
RDEmperorAsh (All reviews)
The next series into the Bakugan world really seemed boring as hell. The characters don't feel like themselves in this series. We get one girl out of three girls we get in the last series. They tried to keep Dan not stale but he felt too in the spotlight. I mean Dan and Drago seem like the strongest team out of everyone they had and no focus were there except for Dan,Mira,Spectra. The others were much in the background and the music in Japanese was the best out of the series. Ace and Baron felt boring and empty.
Jun 26, 2021
KeyboardKlutz (All reviews)
Mild spoilers, nothing too big.

This is my first review so please give me some breathing room here. The first season of Bakugan was certainly enjoyable in it’s own right. Fun battles and tactics, good use of the game mechanics, and some interesting characters (especially Alice). Unfortunately, it was bogged down by lackluster pacing, an inconsistent protagonist, and a child-friendly coating that kept most of the darker elements from taking center-stage.

This completely changes with the second season: New Vestroia. This sequel takes what season 1 did right and expanded in read more

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