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Bakugan: Battle Planet

Dubbed

Bakugan: Battle Planet

Translated

Bakugan: Battle Planet

Romanized

Bakugan Batoru Puranetto

Producers

Spin Master
TMS Entertainment
Man of Action
Nelvana

Japanese Network

TV Tokyo

English Network

Cartoon Network
Teletoon
YTV

Japanese

April 01, 2019 - March 30, 2020

International

December 23, 2018 - January 19, 2020

Number of episodes

50 22-minute episodes
100 11-minute episodes

Bakugan Battle Planet (爆丸バトルプラネット,Bakugan Batoru Puranetto?)) is the name of the first season of the Bakugan reboot.

Story

The season follows the adventures of Dan Kouzo and his best friends, the first kids on Earth to bond with the mysterious alien creatures known as the Bakugan. The storyline revolves around friendship, battling, and competition.

Physical Game

Like the original series, Bakugan Battle Planet has an integrated toy line featuring physical toys, marble-like balls that transform into collectible characters once rolled over a magnetic card. Along with the physical game, mobile app and online integration are also in the works.

The toy line was released in North America and other select markets in January 2019, with a full global roll-out in the second quarter.

Development

A Bakugan relaunch was first mentioned in Spin Master's Q3 2015 Financial Results conference call.[1] On November 16, 2017, "Bakugan Battle Planet" was filed as a trademark by Spin Master.[2] Their 2017 Business Segment Report contained art for Bakugan Battle Planet.[3]

During Spin Master's Q4 2017 financial results conference call, more details about the reboot were discussed. The episodes will be two eleven-minute programs rather than the traditional 22-minute format. The possibility of a movie is also in discussion. For the toy line, Spin Master mentioned "advanced innovation" being brought to the toys and confirmed that it would be a global release.[4] A second trademark was filed on March 29, 2018, depicting a proper logo.[5]

In its Q2 2018 financial results conference call, Spin Master set a tentative release date for the show and its toy line for Spring 2019.[6] In October, the show was pushed forward to a December 2018 release.[7] A few days later Bakugan: Battle Planet was confirmed to consist of 100 11-minute episodes which also can be marketed as 50 22-minute episodes.[8]

On October 15, some voice actors for the series and character names were revealed via Twitter; Dan Kouzo would be voiced by Jonah Wineberg, Shun by Ticoon Kim, and Wynton Styles by Deven Mack.[9][10]

The animated series premiered on Cartoon Network in the United States on December 23, 2018, while Canada's Teletoon premiered the series on December 31, 2018.[11][12]

Trivia

Background

Characters

Awesome Ones

AAAnimus Inc.

Exit Team

Other Characters

Credits

Cast

Crew

Episodes

Main article: List of Bakugan Battle Planet Episodes

Gallery

Videos

Themes

Passion Jamboree

Equation of Goodbye

Trailers

Bakugan_Battle_Planet_Teaser_Get_Ready_for_the_Return_of_Bakugan

Notes

  • The reboot series will not involve death scenes.

Links

References

External Links

Sours: https://bakugan.fandom.com/wiki/Bakugan:_Battle_Planet

Bakugan: Battle Planet

Bakugan Battle Planet Keyart.jpg

Japanese promotional image.

Directed byKazuya Ichikawa
Written byKazuhiko Inukai[1]
Music byVoodoo Highway(International)
Yasuharu Takanashi(Japan)[1]
StudioMan of Action Entertainment
TMS Entertainment
Nelvana Animation
Spin Master Entertainment
Licensed by
Original networkTV Tokyo
English network
Original run December 23, 2018 – January 19, 2020
Episodes50 (100 segments)[4](List of episodes)
Directed byKazuya Ichikawa
Written byKazuhiko Inukai
Music byVoodoo Highway(International)
Yasuharu Takanashi(Japan)
StudioMan of Action Entertainment
TMS Entertainment
Nelvana Animation
Spin Master Entertainment
Licensed by
English network
Original run February 16, 2020 – January 3, 2021
Episodes52 (104 segments) (List of episodes)
Music byVoodoo Highway(International)
Yasuharu Takanashi(Japan)
StudioMan of Action Entertainment
TMS Entertainment
Nelvana Animation
Spin Master Entertainment
Licensed by
English network
Original run January 24, 2021 – September 12, 2021
Episodes26 (52 segments)[5](List of episodes)
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Bakugan: Battle Planet (バトルプラネット, Bakugan Batoru Puranetto) is an anime television series produced by Man of Action Entertainment, TMS Entertainment, Nelvana Enterprises and Spin Master Entertainment under the direction of Kazuya Ichikawa. The series acts as a reboot of the 2007–2012 anime series Bakugan Battle Brawlers.

The series launched in North America in December 2018 with a revamped toyline and a series of animated web-shorts following closely after. It later debuted in Japan in April 2019.

In October 2019, it was announced that the series has been renewed for a second season Bakugan: Armored Alliance (アーマードアライアンス, Bakugan Āmādo Araiansu) which premiered on February 16, 2020 on Teletoon and aired on Cartoon Network on March 1, 2020.[6][7][8] It was released exclusively online in Japan on April 3, 2020.[9] The third season Bakugan: Geogan Rising (ジオガンライジング, Bakugan Jiogan Raijingu) started airing on January 24, 2021 on Teletoon in Canada.[10] The first half of the third season premiered on April 15, 2021 on Netflix in the United States.[11] The second half was released on Roblox on September 8, 2021 and on Netflix on September 15, 2021.[12] In October 2021, it was announced a fourth season Bakugan: Evolutions will air in 2022 on Teletoon in Canada.[13]

Plot[edit]

Main article: List of Bakugan Battle Planet characters

The series follows preteens Dan Kouzo, Shun Kazami, Wynton Styles, Lia Venegas, Ajit, and their dog Lightning. They are known as the "Awesome Ones" (later the “Awesome Brawlers”) and make videos on the website ViewTube. Eventually, they stumble across a race of battling biomechanical creatures called Bakugan. They soon befriend the Bakugan and begin to battle each other with them, all while defending their neighborhood from thugs who use the Bakugan for malicious purposes. They encounter many foes such as Philomena Dusk and the mysterious Magnus, bent on beating Dan in a Bakugan Battle to be the best brawler.

As the Awesome Ones continue to learn more about the Bakugan, they befriend the enigmatic billionaire Benton Dusk, Philomena's brother. Benton uncovers a mysterious underground world he dubs "The Maze", where the Bakugan are enhanced. When a Bakugan hunter named Strata kidnaps several Bakugan, a Bakugan named Phaedrus escapes and warns the Awesome Ones. They go to the Maze and rescue the others, but fall even deeper into it. As they try to make their way home, the Awesome Ones encounter a strange evil Bakugan named Tiko. Drago and the others find a powerful artifact called the Core Cell within the Maze and protect it from Tiko. However, when Drago is injured by the corrupting V Virus, he and Dan retreat into the Core Cell, and Tiko makes it inside. Drago is healed and experiences a power upgrade called a Bakugan Evolution. Drago evolves into Hyper Drago and defeats Tiko. The Awesome Ones then escape the Maze. Soon after, they learn that Magnus is working with Philomina, along with several other of their old rivals, as AAAnimus' publicity team, The Exit. In order to combat them, the Awesome Ones learn, one by one, to evolve their Bakugan without going inside the Core Cell. Eventually, they defeat the Exit and they are fired. Despite their efforts, AAAnimus learns that there are more Core Cells within the Maze, and they successfully extract one. They use it to take control of the Awesome Ones' primary Bakugan. Benton creates a plan to stop them. They break into AAAnimus' headquarters, and while Benton dismantles their network, the Awesome Ones act as decoys. The plan works, and they defeat Philomina. Benton informs the Awesome Ones of his plan to make all the Core Cells open-sourced, which sets them on an adventure around the world. However, even greater threats lurk in the shadows. Tiko survived his battle in the Core Cell, and hatches a plan of his own.

Development[edit]

News on a relaunch of the Bakugan property first broke in late 2015 through an investor presentation conducted by Spin Master.[14] Information on the project remained scarce until November 2017 when the company revealed that the new series would launch in 2018/2019.[15] Shortly after, it was discovered that Spin Master had filed a trademark for the name "Bakugan Battle Planet". The following January, Corus Entertainment confirmed its Nelvana subsidiary would again collaborate with TMS Entertainment on the animated series.[16]

In preparation for the relaunch, Spin Master filed patent infringement lawsuits against Alpha Group, GuangZhou Lingdong Creative Culture Technology and Mattel for allegedly violating Bakugan patents in their Screechers Wild, Eonster Hunter and Mecard toylines. Spin Master co-CEORonnen Harary stated that Bakugan would be reintroduced globally in 2019.[17][18]

In March 2018, Harary described the new animated series as utilizing an eleven-minute format.[19] This was done at the request of broadcast partner Cartoon Network, who felt the original's 22-minute episode runtime would not appeal to the current generation of kids. A decision to include more comedic elements was also made.[20] A promotional image for the reboot first surfaced in June 2018 through another Spin Master investor document.[21]

The company formally announced Bakugan Battle Planet on October 9, 2018. Spin Master revealed that the animated series would premiere the following December on Cartoon Network in the United States and Teletoon in Canada with the toys and online web-shorts following shortly after. Cartoon Network had also picked up the show for a 2019 launch in Latin America, EMEA, Australia and New Zealand. In Asia, the series would be distributed by TMS Entertainment with Takara Tomy handling the toyline.[22]

On October 16, 2019, it was announced that it was renewed for a second season titled Bakugan: Armored Alliance, which debuted in 2020.[23]

The third season Bakugan: Geogan Rising debuted in 2021.

The fourth season Bakugan: Evolutions will debut in 2022.

Media[edit]

Animation[edit]

Main article: List of Bakugan: Battle Planet episodes

Like its predecessor, Bakugan: Battle Planet is an international co-production. The series is produced at TMS Entertainment with additional assistance from Nelvana Enterprises and Spin Master Entertainment. Kazuya Ichikawa directed the series. Kazuhiko Inukai as well as Man of Action Studios act as story editors. The episode scripts are primarily written in Japan, with American writers occasionally contributing.[2] The first season consists of 100 eleven-minute episodes that are also distributed as 50 twenty-two minutes.[24]

Bakugan Battle Planet debuted in the United States on Cartoon Network on December 23, 2018, with the first 20 episodes made available on the channel's video-on-demand services in the days prior. The series then had a five-day linear premiere event before settling into its regular slot on January 12, 2019. In Canada, the series launched on Teletoon on December 31, 2018 through a similar five-day premiere stunt before the show debuted in its regular slot on January 12, 2019. Reruns began airing on sister channel YTV on the 11th.[2] In the UK, the series premiered on Cartoon Network on 23 March 2019, with a free-to-air broadcast on Pop following on 2 September.[25][26] In Australia, the pay-TV premiere occurred on Cartoon Network on 6 April 2019 with a terrestrial broadcast on 9Go! beginning on 14 July.[27]

The first season launched in Japan on TV Tokyo and other TX Network stations on April 1, 2019.[1] The opening theme song is titled "Jounetsu Jamboree" (情熱ジャンボリー, Jōnetsu Janborī, "Passionate Jamboree") with the ending theme is titled "Be my story", both songs performed by HiHi Jets.[28] The Japanese version also features an entirely different musical score composed by Yasuharu Takanashi.[1]

Alongside the television series, Spin Master launched a series of animated web-shorts called Bakugan: Beyond the Brawl on YouTube. They feature the Bakugan creatures in comedic situations.

Game[edit]

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Spin Master has launched a new tabletop game that mixes the traditional transforming Bakugan marbles with a full-fledged trading card game. Co-designed by Justin Gary, the game is intended to appeal to both younger audiences and those wanting a competitive scene.[29]

The game launched in January 2019 in Canada and the United States, with additional markets set throughout the rest of the year.[22][30]

Video games[edit]

In December 2018, Spin Master launched the Bakugan Battle Hub app for iOS and Android devices. It offers character profiles, videos and a simplified version of the tabletop game.[31]

On July 10, 2020, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced the Bakugan: Champions of Vestroiaaction role-playing game. Developed by WayForward, it is scheduled to be released exclusively on the Nintendo Switch in North America on November 3, 2020.[32]

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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bakugan:_Battle_Planet
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Ventus (Japanese version: Zephyros (ゼフィロス,Zefirosu?)) is the Attribute of Wind (or Faction of Earth).

The Ventus Legendary Soldier was Oberus. The current soldiers are Skyress, Ingram, Hawktor, Taylean, and Jaakor.

The planet of Ventus is swift and silent yet within its borders lurks a vicious cycle that overwhelms intruders and punishes them for trespassing. The Ventus Bakugan are fast and powerful like hurricane winds. Once their enemies are caught in the eye of the storm, they are defenseless against the Ventus' wrath.

In Bakugan: Battle Planet series, the Ventus world is now named Ventana.

Gameplay

Ventus-attributed Bakugan have average G-Power. Ventus attributed Bakugan draw their power from the cunning tactics. They think before they play. They choose their Ability Cards wisely, as the biggest boost is not always the best. They lure their opponent in by giving them the upper hand and just when their opponent is getting cocky, Ventus brawlers spring their trap and come out victorious! With Ventus attributed abilities such as Blow Away, Ventus Bakugan can turn the tides in any battle.

Notable Anime Users

Battle Brawlers

Video Games

Battle Planet/Armored Alliance/Geogan Rising

Appearance

In Bakugan Battle Brawlers and Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia, the Ventus color scheme was green with a teal trim.

In Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders, the Ventus color scheme is pale green with a white and blue trim.

In Bakugan: Mechtanium Surge, the Ventus color scheme is green and silver.

Relations with Other Attributes

Bakugan Dimensions Fighting Styles

Etymology

The symbol of the Ventus attribute is derived from the Han character for wind, 風 (kaze). Ventus comes from the Latin ventus, which means 'a wind'. Zephyros comes from the Greek Ζέφυρος, 'the west wind'.

Trivia

  • Ventus was created later than the other five attributes (at the same time as the debut of Bakugan Battle Brawlers in Japan), so Ventus was not included in earlier Japanese/Korean Gate Cards.
  • Ventus Longfly has the highest G-Power for a Ventus Bakugan with 1250 Gs.
  • It appears to be the rarest attribute after Darkus and Aquos.
  • In Bakugan Battle Planet, instead of the attribute being of wind, it was replaced with earth.
Sours: https://bakugan.fandom.com/wiki/Ventus
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Ventus (Legacy)

Ventus, Zephyros (ゼフィロス,Zefirosu?) in the Japanese version, is the attribute of wind found on Bakugan. It exists in both the original system introduced in Bakugan Battle Brawlers. In Battle Planet, due to the removal of Subterra, Ventus is now the attribute of nature/the Earth and the Wind.

The planet of Ventus is swift and silent yet within its borders lurks a vicious cycle that overwhelms intruders and punishes them for trespassing. Ventus Bakugan are fast and powerful like hurricane winds. Once their enemies are caught in the eye of the storm, they are defenseless against the Ventus' wrath.

Bakugan Battle Brawlers[edit]

The Ventus Legendary Soldier was Oberus before the Attribute Energy was given to Ingram.

Gameplay[edit]

An early Japanese Gate Card, notably lacking Ventus

Ventus-attributed Bakugan have average G-Power. Ventus-attributed Bakugan draw their power from cunning tactics. They think before they play. They choose their Ability Cards wisely, as the biggest boost is not always the best. They lure their opponent in by giving them the upper hand - then, just when their opponent is getting cocky, they spring their trap and come out victorious! With Ventus-attributed abilities such as Blow Away, Ventus Bakugan can turn the tides in any battle.

Ventus was developed later than the other five attributes (debuting at the same time as the Bakugan Battle Brawlers anime in Japan), so Ventus was not included in earlier Japanese/Korean Gate Cards. The Gate Bonus gained by a Ventus Bakugan standing on one such Gate Card is that of the next Attribute of opponent Bakugan as counted in the clockwise direction, according to Bakugan Rulebook Ver.2.1. For example, if the opponent Bakugan's Attribute is Haos, the Ventus Bakugan will take the Gate Bonus of Pyrus; if the opponent Bakugan's Attribute is Subterra, the Ventus Bakugan will take the Gate Bonus of Darkus. If the opponent Bakugan is also of Ventus Attribute, both Bakugan will take the Gate Bonus of Pyrus.

Attribute Relations[edit]

Notable Users[edit]

Bakugan Dimensions[edit]

In Bakugan Dimensions, its Fighting Styles were:

BakuTech! Bakugan[edit]

Colors[edit]

In Bakugan Battle Brawlers and Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia, the Ventus color scheme was green with a teal trim.

In Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders, the Ventus color scheme is pale green with a white and blue trim. In Bakugan: Mechtanium Surge, the Ventus color scheme is green and silver.

Trivia[edit]

  • The original Ventus symbol was derived from the Han character for wind, 風 (kaze).
  • Ventus Longfly has the highest G-Power for a Ventus Bakugan, with 1250 Gs.

Etymology[edit]

Ventus comes from the Latin ventus, which means "a wind." The Japanese name, Zephyros, comes from the Greek Ζέφυρος, "the west wind."

Sours: https://bakugan.wiki/wiki/Ventus_(Legacy)

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