Bakugan

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    Bakugan Battle Brawlers is an action anime series produced by Japanese animation studio TMS Entertainment and directed by Mitsuo Hashimoto.
    52 episodes of the series aired in Japan from April 5, 2007 to March 20, 2008 on TV Tokyo. Although a rating failure in Japan, it was a success in North America. In North America, it is licensed by Nelvana, and aired on Cartoon Network in the US, and Teletoon in Canada.
    The series was popular enough to spawn two sequel series, Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia and Bakugan Battle Brawlers: Gundalian Invaders.
    Plot
    In the world of Vestroia, a powerful Bakugan in search for power (a small marble magnetic sphere which when thrown on a gate card turns into a highly strong warrior) named Naga decides to absorb the energy of the two cores that preserve the peace in Vestroia. However he absorbed too much power and energy found within the Silent Core, the source of negative energy. The Infinity Core, the source of positive energy had been absorbed by Wavern.
    In the first series, the story centers on six friends who find metallic cards which have fallen from the sky. They name themselves the Bakugan Battle Brawlers and are made up of seven children: Dan, Shun, Runo, Marucho, Julie, Alice, and later Joe. Together they learn more about the origin of the Bakugan, Vestroia, the game involving them, and the battle against the evil Doom Beings.
    Characters
    Dan Kuso
    voiced by: Yu Kobayashi (JP), Scott McCord (US)
    Drago
    voiced by: Keiji Fujiwara (JP), Jason Deline (US)
    Runo Misaki
    voiced by: Eri Sendai (JP), Julie Lemieux (US)
    Tigrerra
    voiced by: Atsushi Ono (JP), Stevie Vallance and Joanne Vannicola (US)
    Joe Brown
    voiced by: Souichiro Hoshi (JP)
    Merchandise
    Bakugan Battle Brawlers has produced tons of merchandise: toys, posters, sheets, cards, and even video games.
    Bakugan is currently having a DVD release. Six volumes are currently out.
     

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