Beyblade: List of Beyblade Episodes, List of Beyblade: Metal Fusion Episodes, Engine Gear, by Books LLCPlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: Beyblade characters, Beyblade games, Beyblade teams, List of Beyblade episodes, List of Beyblade: Metal Fusion episodes, Kai Hiwatari, Team Psykick, Hilary Tachibana, Demolition Boys, All Starz, Majestics, BEGA League, Barthez Battalion, Tyson Granger, Max Tate, White Tigers, F-Dynasty, Ray Kon, Bladebreakers, Hiro Granger, Daichi Sumeragi, Saint Shields, Mariah Wong, Beyblade: Super Tournament Battle, Lee Wong, King & Queen, Dark Bladers, Julia Fernandez, Raul Fernandez, Kenny, Ming-Ming, Romero, Engine Gear, Beyblade VForce: Ultimate Blader Jam. Excerpt: This is a list of episodes for the anime series Beyblade. Beyblade is made up of three seasons and a spin-off series. In the English dub of the anime, all three seasons used Lets Beyblade by Sick Kid as their opening and ending themes. The original Japanese version used the following songs: Opening themes Ending themes Beyblade: Metal Fusion, known in Japan as Metal Fight Beyblade, is a 2009 Japanese anime television series based on Takafumi Adachis manga series of the same name, which itself is based on the Beyblade spinning top game from Takara Tomy. The 51-episode series was produced by d-rights and Nelvana under the direction of Kunihisa Sugishima. The series was first broadcast on TV Tokyo in Japan between April 5, 2009 and March 28, 2010. Nelvana announced that it will air in Canadas on May 15, 2010 on YTV. In the United States, Cartoon Network premiere the show on June 26, 2010 and the United Kingdom premiered in September 2010. Two pieces of theme music were used for the opening and closing themes. The opening theme is Metal Fight Beyblade by Yu+Ki. The ending theme is Boys hikari kagayaku ashita he by MASH. The first 23 episodes were released on six DVD compilations of three to four episodes each by Sony Pictures Entertainment. The first com...
Beyblade Metal Fury Episode 2 - Legendary Bladers English Dubbed (FULL)
Team Wang Hu Zhong tells them not to count them out yet, though Yu bluntly states they would most probably lose to Excalibur. After wishing each other luck, they hang up and wonder about Tsubasa Otori 's health. He awakens in a panic. Later the Team and Hikaru visit him at the hospital. They discuss the previous match and Masamune brags that he won the round but also admits that Tsubasa and Yu also helped too. Gingka asks about his health, and Tsubasa is unable to answer but Gingka assures him that they will advance through the competition together.
Based on the Manga comic and the popular spinning top game, this Japanese anime brings together a number of bladers from around the World who are initially challenged by a newcomer, Masamune. After initially battling each other to see who is the most powerful blader in the World, the small group of bladers at the first tournament join together to form a traveling group of players. Traveling to the Beybalde World Championships means these individuals will have to join together to work as a team if one of them is to become the top blader in the world. While Gingka tries to use Pegasus to absorb the excess energy at the Hades City reactor, Masamune finds he must battle Faust again. It is only when Zeo arrives to join the battle that they are able to convince Faust that he is actually Toby.