Takara Tomy Announces Fall Release for New Beyblade X TV Anime Series
Takara Tomy, the renowned toy company, has officially announced that the eagerly anticipated Beyblade X project will be making its television debut this fall on TV Tokyo. This project, first unveiled in March, represents the 4th generation of the iconic Beyblade franchise, succeeding the original 1999 Bakuten Shoot Beyblade, 2008’s Metal Fusion, and 2015’s Beyblade Burst. The new generation of Beyblade toys will hit the market on July 15, promising fresh excitement for fans.
In addition to the anime announcement, the June issue of Shogakukan’s Monthly Coro Coro Comics magazine has published a vibrant 70-page preview manga booklet for Beyblade X. The creative minds behind this manga are Homura Kawamoto, known for Kakegurui; Hikaru Muno, the creator of High Card; and Posuka Demizu, the artist for The Promised Neverland. The manga will officially commence its regular serialization in the July issue, set for release on June 15. Kawamoto and Muno are credited for the original story, with Demizu responsible for the artwork.
The manga storyline revolves around a young boy with dreams of becoming a professional Beyblade player, with his eyes set on X Tower, a gathering place for top-tier Beyblade players. It promises to introduce new gaming gears and abilities, escalating the thrill of playing Beyblade.
Meanwhile, the seventh season of the Beyblade Burst anime series, named Beyblade Burst QuadStrike, is set to premiere on Disney XD on April 3 and will be available on Hulu starting May 8 in the U.S. Following U.S. premieres, episodes will be made available for streaming on YouTube, and will also be broadcast by the company’s regional partners. This season will comprise 26 episodes, each 22 minutes long.