Future Card Buddyfight
Bushiroad has announced that the Future Card Buddyfight Ace (Future Card Shin Buddyfight) anime will be ending around late March. While it is unknown what episode number the series will end on it has been confirmed the current season will be the final season of the Future Card Buddyfight Ace anime series. The Future Card Buddyfight Ace anime series premiered in Japan in June 2018 and is the sixth season and second overall anime series based on the Future Card Buddyfight card game. The English dub version of the season premiered on the official Future Card Buddyfight Youtube channel in July 2018. TheRead More
Recently new details about the upcoming Future Card Buddyfight Ace (Future Card Shin Buddyfight) anime series was revealed during a presentation that was held at the Akihabara UDX Theater in Tokyo. First, a new promotional video was revealed and was also posted to official Japanese Future Card Buddyfight Youtube channel. The promotional video features the anime’s theme song titled, “Saa Ikō!,” which will be performed by the band, Poppin’ Party. The anime’s ending theme song is titled, “Buddy☆Funny Days,” and will be performed by Takumi Mano, Shūta Morishima, and Daiki Kobayashi as their respective characters in the series. The confirmed cast consists of: TakumiRead More
The official Future Card Buddyfight anime Facebook page that the English dub of the Future Card Buddyfight X: All-Star Fight anime series will premiere on May 5. As reported earlier, the series originally premiered in Japan on April 7 and is currently available on the official Future Card Buddyfight Youtube channel with English subtitles. The series also available on Crunchyroll with English subtitles as well. A new sequel series titled, Future Card Buddyfight Ace will premiere in Japan on June 2. The series will feature a new main character named Yuga Mikado, the son of Gao. His main Buddy is Gargantua Dragon also known as Garga.
Bushiroad officially announced at AnimeJapan 2018 that a fifth anime series based on the Future Card Buddyfight franchise will soon be airing on television in Japan. The new series titled, “Future Card Buddyfight X: All-Star Fight,” will premiere on April 7. The series will also be streamed on the official Future Card Buddyfight Youtube channel in both subbed and dubbed formats. A key visual for the new series was also revealed. The accompanying “All-Star Fight” booster pack, which is based on the new season will be released on the same day in Japan.