The TV Passport website has revealed that Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS will be premiering on Teletoon in Canada on September 1 at 1 P.M. EDT. The second episode will air on September 2 also at 1 P.M. EDT. As reported earlier, fans who attended the Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie screening also got the chance to see the first episode of the English Dub for the series. For those who are not aware, Yu-Gi-Oh! VRAINS is the sixth televised series based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise. The series premiered on TV Tokyo and its affiliated networks in May 2016 and is also currently being simulcasted on Crunchyroll. Crunchyroll provided aRead More
Recently new cast members were revealed for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Vrains anime series along with details about a new ending theme. The new opening theme titled, “go forward,” will be performed by Kimeru and the new ending theme tilted, “BOY,” will be performed by Uchuu. Both themes will debut in the new season of the series that will premiere in April. The new cast members include: Yuuki Kaji: Takeru Homura/Soulburner Taku Yashiro: Flame Kenji Matsuda: Bowman Ryoko Shiraishi: Haru
The official Beyblade Burst website has updated with new details for the upcoming season of the series, “Beyblade Burst Chōzetsu.” The series will premiere on TV Tokyo on April 2 at 5:50 P.M. JST. A preview for the new series was posted to the official Japanese Beyblade Youtube channel. The cast includes: Tomoko Ikeda: Aiga Akaba Rikuya Yasuda: Fubuki Sumie Fumihiro Okabayashi: Rantarō Kiyama Shinnosuke Tachibana: Suō Goshuin Yūki Hayashi: Ō Hōi Romi Park: Rui Shirasagijō Marina Inoue: Valt Aoi The staff from the previous series will return and produce the new season. Ryōsuke Sasaki (A flood of circle), will perform theRead More
TV Tokyo has announced the details for the next season of Beyblade Burst. The next season will be titled, “Beyblade Burst Chōzetsu,” and is set to premiere in Japan in April. Those who haven’t been following the series, the first season of Beyblade Burst debuted in Japan in April 2016. The second season of the anime titled, “Beyblade Burst God (or Beyblade Burst Evolution in the Dub),” debuted in April 2017. The Dub for the series debuted on Teletoon in September 2016 and later aired on Disney XD in December of the same year in the US. Daisuki isRead More
Sunrights, d-rights’ U.S. subsidiary, has announced that they have licensed the sequel season for Beyblade Burst titled, “Beyblade Burst Evolution.” The series will launch on both Disney XD in the United States and Teletoon in Canada. Those who are unaware the second season of the series titled, “Beyblade Burst God,” premiered in Japan on April 3, 2017. Hasbro will be launching the toy-line in January 2018 along with an update to the official Beyblade Burst app on iOS and Android devices. While it was confirmed earlier in June that the series will premiere on Teletoon this May, the U.S. premiere date has not been revealed at this time so stay tuned forRead More
Thanks to the recent issue of TFE Licensing, the Canadian premiere date of the second season of Beyblade Burst has been announced. It has been revealed that the second season of the series titled “, Beyblade Burst: Evolution will premiere on Teletoon on May 23. For those who aren’t the second season of the series is known in Japan as Beyblade Burst God, which aired in Japan earlier this April.
The official website for the Beyblade Burst anime series has updated with the announcement of the premiere details for the next season of the series. The second season of Beyblade Burst will be called “, Beyblade Burst God,” and will premiere on TV Tokyo on April 3. Beyblade Burst God will be directed by Kentaro Yamaguchi in place of Katsuhito Akiyama, however he will stay on the show as the series’ chief director. Hideki Sonoda and Toshiaki Ohashi will return as the the series composer and character designer respectively. The sound effects director for the series will be Hiroki Matsuoka and Zain Effendi will be working as the music composer. The themeRead More