'Beyblade Burst God' News & Updates: Prequel of Still on Going 'Beyblade Burst Gets April 3 Premiere In Japan'; Cast Members, Staff, Revealed
Anime TV series, "Beyblade Burst God" was recently revealed from its official website and a promotional video was also unveiled. The anime series was originally created in 1999 by TOMY company, Ltd. And with the recently revealed information, the anime TV series will still be airing.
On March 15, "Beyblade Burst God" official website confirmed that the anime series will still air. The first promotional video, cast, premiere date, staff has also been released. The anime TV series was originally inspired in the traditional battle tops called "Bei-Gama" in Japan.
According to Crunchyroll, TOMY Company, Ltd first created the anime TV series, "Beyblade" on 1999 as a modern battling top system. The upcoming "Beyblade Burst God" is set to premiere on April 3, Wednesday.
For the casting of the anime, one of the original cast Marina Inoue returns together with some new cast members. The original cast is as follows: Marina Inoue as Valt Aoi, Ayahi Takagaki as Daina Kurogami, Yu Kobayashi as Wakiya Komurasaki, Fumihiro Okabayashi as Rantarō Kiyama, Anime News Network has reported.
For the new cast members, it included Takuma Terashima as Sisko Carlisle, Ryoko Shiraishi as Free De La Hoya, and Junko Takeuchi as Kuza Ackerman. In the previous "Beyblade Burst," Katsuhiro Akiyama was the original director of the anime series. But Kentaryo Yamaguchi will be directing the new prequel "Beyblade Burst God."
Akiyama will be the chief director, while Toshiaki Ōhashi and Hideki Sonoda will be returning for character designing and series composition.Zain Effendi will be composing music for "Beyblade Burst God" and Hiroki Matsuoka will be in the sound effects director. According to the reports, the anime series will premiere in Japan on April 3.
Last year, the "Beyblade Burst" was premiered also in April and begun airing in Canada on September 10 on its Teletoon channel. Disney XD also premiered "Beyblade Burst" later on December 19 and begun streaming on Daisuki with subtitles also in the month of December.