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Beyblade: Shogun Steel

TV, ep.38 (~12 min.), 2012

 

Information:

Genres: Ganbatte, Sports, Adventure, Action, Shounen
Tags: Brain Games and Gambling, Present, Shounen
Release Date: 08.04.2012 ‑ 23.12.2012
Studios: Tatsunoko Productions, SynergySP
Rating: PG - Children
Type: TV (2012)
Episodes: 38, ~12 min.

Alternative names:

メタルファイト ベイブレード Zero G
Metal Fight Beyblade Zero G
Metarufaitobeiburedo Zero-G
メタルファイトベイブレード ZERO-G
Seven years have passed since the God of Destruction met his end at the hands of a great Blader. A new era of Beyblade has begun, bringing with it new Blades. When Zero Kurogane witnessed the final battle with the lord of destruction years ago, a fire began to burn within him to push forward to a new future. While Zero is the champion in his hometown, he wants to test himself and seeks out greater opponents, heading to Gingka's hometown. When Zero arrives and discovers that Gingka is nowhere to be found, he learns that Bladers from all over the world have come to test themselves against the Zero Gravity Bey stadium. Wanting to push his skills forward, Zero takes part in the new era of Beyblade, testing his might against the Zero Gravity stadiums.
Seven years after the Nemesis Crisis, much of the world has been devastated and ruined after the tragic fighting. As a result, most people lost faith and interest in Beyblading. Otori Tsubasa, who became leader of the WBBA, made it his life goal to ensure humanity could restore itself, as well as restore the popularity of Beyblading. He created the Zero-G battling style as a result, and hopes a new generation of bladers will rise up to accept the sport once again. One of these is a teenager named Zero Kurogane, who aims to become the top blader after having a destined encounter with the hero of the Nemesis Crisis, Ginga Hagane.
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Related anime:

Metal Fight Beyblade 4D TV, 2011, Prequel
Beyblade: Shogun Steel TV, 2012, Sequel
Beyblade: Shogun Steel (Dark Nebula Again Arc) TV, 2013, Sequel
Beyblade: Metal Fusion TV, 2009, Spin-off
Metal Fight Beyblade Zero G Specials Special, 2013, Sequel

Related characters:

Ginga Hagane
Ginga Hagane
Madoka Amano
Madoka Amano
Tsubasa Ootori
Tsubasa Ootori
Zero Kurogane
Zero Kurogane
Mal
Mal
Shinobu Hiryuin
Shinobu Hiryuin
Eight Unabara
Eight Unabara
Benkei Hanawa
Benkei Hanawa
Kite Unabara
Kite Unabara
Takanosuke Shishiya
Takanosuke Shishiya
Ren Kurenai
Ren Kurenai
Sakyo Kurayami
Sakyo Kurayami
Akuya ONIZAKI
Akuya ONIZAKI
Archer Griffin
Archer Griffin
Bandit Genbull
Bandit Genbull
Bandit Golem
Bandit Golem
Berserker Behemoth
Berserker Behemoth
Blader Guy
Blader Guy
Captain Arrow
Captain Arrow
Genjuuro KAMEGAKI
Genjuuro KAMEGAKI
Gen KIKURA
Gen KIKURA
Gladiator Bahamoote
Gladiator Bahamoote
Golem Behemoth
Golem Behemoth
Guardian Revizer
Guardian Revizer
Kira HAYAMA
Kira HAYAMA
Ninja Salamander
Ninja Salamander
Orojya Revizer
Orojya Revizer
Pirate Orochi
Pirate Orochi
Ronin Dragoon
Ronin Dragoon
Salamander Ifrit
Salamander Ifrit
Samurai Ifrit
Samurai Ifrit
Spike BOURNE
Spike BOURNE
Thief Phoenix
Thief Phoenix
Yoshio IWAYAMA
Yoshio IWAYAMA
Baihu Xiao
Baihu Xiao
Karura
Karura
Sakyo Kuroyami
Sakyo Kuroyami
Genjuro Kamegaki
Genjuro Kamegaki