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    From watching the show as it airs. :P

    The first 20someodd episodes are regular length but the run time is shortened around episode 25 or so. This was done probably because a new B-Daman show started airing and rather than give that show its own time slot, they just cut Beyblade's in half and air them back to back. Zero-G supposedly runs in the same time slot, so we're probably looking and more 15 minute episodes.


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    Cross Fight B-Daman's ratings are actually really poor compared to MFB's. But ratings don't matter for things like this.
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    Anime News Network is providing some more details about BeyWheelz.

    http://fast.animenewsnetwork.com/new...ywheelz-series

    Nelvana is saying that BeyWheelz and Beyblade: Metal Fury combined will have a total of 52 episodes, so there's a good chance there will be more than just 13 episodes of BeyWheelz (unless that is 13 full half hour episodes).
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    13 sounds about right.

    There were 27 full length episodes before the time reduction, if Metal Fury airs two of the reduced time 4D episodes as one Metal Fury episode, that takes them to 39 half hours. BeyWheelz would take that up to the full 52.

    What should really be interesting is seeing how they work with Zero-G and whether or not we'll get a continuation (probably a longer one) of BeyWheelz. I personally think it would be neat if they could get BakuTech! Bakugan airing in the same half hour block when the time for that comes. (if it ever does end up over here)


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    Hey, some of that stuff looks awfully familiar

    We haven't been given any indication that Baku-Tech won't be Japan-only. The fact it's completely missing from Nelvana's MIPTV highlights would be concerning if I actually cared for the franchise. Zero-G will probably be partnered up with even more Beywheelz.

    And yes, those should be 13 twenty two minute episodes of Beywheelz.
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    So Zero-G's since aired, and here's the opening animation.

    Having seen the first episode, the series has a kind of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX feel to it where it's in continuity with the previous series, and those characters do play a role in this one. Unfortunately, the 12 minute run time made it hard to really get a fleshed out opinion. Zero seems kind of cocky, but eh. As the music is credited to Nelvana staff once again in Zero-G we can pretty much expect this to be brought over.

    And then there's BeyWheelz, which we have a proper trailer for:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Takao View Post
    So Zero-G's since aired, and here's the opening animation.

    Having seen the first episode, the series has a kind of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX feel to it where it's in continuity with the previous series, and those characters do play a role in this one. Unfortunately, the 12 minute run time made it hard to really get a fleshed out opinion. Zero seems kind of cocky, but eh. As the music is credited to Nelvana staff once again in Zero-G we can pretty much expect this to be brought over.

    And then there's BeyWheelz, which we have a proper trailer for:

    You know most people have confusion on that. Nelvana is a Co-Producer for these new Beyblade series. They don't have to license it because they are producing it. As a result, they don't have to bring it over, because they are creating it.
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