Dennō Bōkenki Webdiver (TV)

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Alternative title:
Web Diver
ويب دايفر (Arabic)
電脳冒険記ウェブダイバー (Japanese)
52 JP : Dennō Bōkenki Webdiver (Japanese)
Themes: mecha
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: Set in the year 2100 where the world is tied together by a computer network. The children of the world become Web Divers, adapting their consciousnesses into data, and love to play together in the cyber park called Magical Gate. However, a mysterious computer virus appears beginning to destroy Magical Gate from the inside out. In cyberspace, programs called Web Knights have been created to protect the children. But, the computer virus has turned all the Web Knights against the children. The only Web Knight to escape the "brainwashing" is Gladion. Gladion seeks the help of Kaito Yuki, a Web Diver who is in the fourth grade.
Running time: half hour per episode
Number of episodes: 52
Episode titles: We have 52
Vintage:
2001-04-06 to 2002-03-29
2005 (Magic Kids Latin America, Argentina)
2006-09 (Spain)
Opening Theme:
"Diver #2100" by R.A.M.
#2: "SO DIVE!" by ??? 
Ending Theme:
"TOGETHER" by Katsumi
#2: "Fighters" by Hironobu Kageyama
#3: "TOGETHER" by Katsumi
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Chief Director: Hiroshi Negishi
Director: Kunitoshi Okajima
Series Composition: Mayori Sekijima
Music: Yuzo Hayashi
Original creator: Hiroto Ishikawa
Character Design: Naruse Takahashi

Katsuyuki Konishi as Garyuun
Masataka Nakai as Jean-Jacques Jacard
Shiho Kikuchi as Aoi Arisagawa
Tomokazu Sugita as Gradion
Yuki Kaida as Karon
Yumiko Kobayashi as Kento Yuuki

Eriko Kawasaki as Tomoya Shinnou
Junko Takeuchi as Naoki Asaba
Masaaki Ohkura as Taketo Yuuki
Miyako Ito as Tsubasa Hara
Nami Kurokawa as Mamoru Sanjouji
Nobuo Tobita as
Daitalion
Dr. Arisugawa
Ohara-sensei
Shinji Kawada as Draguon
Yuki Kaida as Shou Kurachi
Yuko Maekawa as Kouji Sakuraba
Yumi Kakazu as Koichi Ihara

Ai Uchikawa as
Angel
Mika Arisugawa
Akio Nojima as Old Knight
Akio Suyama as Oltorion
Eriko Kawasaki as Natsuko Yuuki
Fumihiko Tachiki as
Deletloss
Naojirou Asaba
Hiroyuki Yoshino as
Ryuuto
Sharkon
Katsuyuki Konishi as Wyvarian
Kenichi Suzumura as
Pegashion
Phoenikuon
Makoto Naruse as Kuroru
Masataka Nakai as Pyonta
Michio Miyashita as Keruberion
Reiko Takagi as
Shinnou Tomoyuki
Yuuki Kaito
Tokuyoshi Kawashima as
Dr. Sakuraba
Jaguaron
Yoshina Makino as Yukari Asaba
Yūichi Nakamura as
Griffion
Ligaon
Raada
Yuki Kaida as Midori Asaba
Yumi Kakazu as Rena Kurachi
Yumiko Nakanishi as Mamoru's Mother
Japanese companies
Backgrounds: Studio Tulip
Broadcaster: TV Tokyo
Key Animation: E-cho (ep 5)
Photography: Radix Digital
Production Cooperation:
I Move (ep 5)
Studio Ad (5 episodes
eps 4, 10, 29, 33, 36
)

Studio Takuranke (4 episodes
eps 3, 8, 35, 41
)

Zero G Room (15 episodes
eps 6-7, 9, 11-12, 30-32, 35, 37-40, 43-44
)

Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director: Rafael Gómez
Translation:
Ayako Koike (Spain dub)
Marta E. Gallego (Spain dub)
Verónica Calafell (Spain dub)

Translation Latinamerica: Brenda Nava (Translation)
Ariadna Jiménez as Kento Yuuki(Spain dub)
Harold Leal as Gladion
Wolfang Galindo as Kento

Dilma Gómez as Aoi
Gloria Garcia as Aoi Arisugawa(Spain dub)
Leonardo Salas as Karon
Rafael Gómez as
Arisugawa
Delit-Loss

Andrés Palacio as
Tomoya
Tomoyuki
Antonio Garcia as Fenixon
Arnol Poveda as Voice Computer
Bayardo Ardila as Waiverion
Camilo Rodriguez as
Naoki
Yaguaon
Carlos Villegas as
Gariun
Taketo
Gustavo Restrepo as
Cerberion
Golemon
JR Javier Rodriguez as
Mamoru
Pegasion
Klaudia Kotte as Enye
Mario Gutiérrez as
Jean
Oltrion
Nancy Cortés as Natsuko
Ricardo Saldarriaga as Draguon
Rodolfo Gutiérrez as
Grifion
Rarda
Rodrigo Marulanda as Sharkon
Sigifredo Vega as Dantarion
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Canal Capital (Colombia)
Chilevision
Clan TVE/50 TVE (Spain)
Magic Kids (Latin America)
Distributor: Televix (Latin America)
Dubbing: Provideo S.A. (Colombia)
Translation: DARUMA (Spain dub)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Aldo Stella

Mixing: Riccardo Perego
Theme Song Performance:
Cristiano Macri (Italia 1 broadcast)
Cristina D'Avena (Italia 1 broadcast)
Alberto Olivero as Technician
Aldo Stella as Takamura
Anna Bonel as Karon
Anna Maria Tulli as Tomoiuki
Antonio Paiola as Prof. Arisogawa
Barbara Federico as Midori
Cinzia Massironi as Tsubasa
Claudio Moneta as Wyverion
Claudio Ridolfo as
Computer U1
Tecnico #2
Dania Cericola as Clore
Emanuela Pacotto as Yukari
Federica Valenti as Mamoru
Felice Invernici as
Maestro #1
Pyonta
Flavio Arras as Jaguaron
Gianluca Iacono as Taketo Yuki
Gianni Gaude as Naojiro
Giovanni Battezzato as Kerberion
Irene Scalzo as Tomoya
Ivo De Palma as Pegasion
Jenny De Cesarei as Kyoichi
Loredana Foresta as Gatto
Luca Catanzaro as
Anziano #1
Computer Gl
Narrator
Padre Di Jean
Tecnico #3
Luca Sandri as Naoki
Manuela Scaglione as
Annunciatrice
Shirabe
Marco Balbi as Olterion
Marco Balzarotti as Prof. Sakuraba
Marco Pagani as Sharkon
Mario Zucca as Dilitloss
Massimo Di Benedetto as Kento Yuki
Monica Bonetto as Koji
Oliviero Corbetta as Golemon
Paolo Sesana as Gladion
Patrizia Cattaneo as
Computer D1
Minamo
Patrizia Scianca as Kaito Yuki
Pietro Ubaldi as Dragon
Pino Pirovano as Garyun
Renata Bertolas as Natsuko
Sergio Romano' as Ligeron
Silvio Pandolfi as Grifion
Simone D'Andrea as Ryuto
Stefano Albertini as Phoenixon
Tony Fuochi as Ditalion
Italian companies
Broadcaster:
Hiro (from 7 April 2009)
Italia 1 (from June 2004)
Italia Teen Television (from December 2003)
Arabic staff
Arabic companies
(none)
Broadcaster: Spacetoon
Arabic cast
(none)
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