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News Takara Tomy's Beast Saga Anime Slated for 2013
posted on 2012-10-03 23:26 EDT
The November issue of Shueisha's Saikyō Jump magazine is announcing on Thursday that Takara Tomy's Beast Saga anime adaptation will premiere next year. Beast Saga takes place on a distant planet in our galaxy called Beast where three beast tribes — the Sea Tribe, the Land Tribe, and the Sky Tribe — fight for their honor. Each of the tribes protect an infinite elemental power source called "Godlot."
The franchise includes a manga by Manabu Honjō, hobby toys, and a dice battle game.
[Via Manga News]
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