Beyblade (manga)

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Related anime:
    Beyblade (TV) (adaptation)
      Beyblade the Movie: Fierce Battle
      Beyblade: Shogun Steel (TV)
      Beyblade: V-Force (TV) (sequel)
        Beyblade G Revolution (TV) (sequel)
    Metal Fight Beyblade (manga) (spinoff)
      Beyblade: Metal Fusion (TV)
        Beyblade: Metal Masters (TV) (sequel)
          Beyblade: Metal Fury (TV) (sequel)
        Metal Fight Beyblade VS Taiyō Shakunetsu no Shinryakusha (movie)

Alternative title:
Bakuten Shoot Beyblade (Japanese) 
ベイブレード―爆転SHOOT (Japanese) 
爆転シュート ベイブレード (Japanese) 
Genres: action , fantasy , tournament 
Themes: sports 
Objectionable content: None 
Plot Summary: Takao Kinomiya strives to be the best beyblader in Japan. After meeting a stranger on the street, Takao receives from the stranger a beyblade that represents the blue dragon, Seiryu, whom Takao names Dragoon. After meeting Kai Hiwatari, a rival in the beginning, Max Mizuhara, Takao's best friend, and Rei Kon, the four form their own beyblade team, The Bladebreakers, and battle many different opponents, who end up becoming friends in the end. Beside all the battling however, the Bladebreakers must stop the evil beyblade team, the Demolition Boys, run by a man named Volkov. 
User Ratings: 42 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 11 votes (Eng:9, dub:2)
 Excellent: 5 votes (Eng:5)
 Very good: 4 votes (dub:2, sub:1, Eng:1)
 Good: 3 votes (Eng:3)
 Decent: 10 votes (Eng:6, sub:2, dub:2)
 So-so: 4 votes (dub:2, sub:1, Eng:1)
 Not really good: -
 Weak: 3 votes (dub:1, ?:1, sub:1)
 Bad: -
 Awful: -
 Worst ever: 2 votes (Eng:2)
Seen in part or in whole by 84 users, rank: #900 (of 4365)
Median rating: Decent
Arithmetic mean: 7.071 (Good), std. dev.: 2.6493, rank: #2407 (of 4383)
Weighted mean: 6.188 (Decent+), rank: #3524 (of 4383) (seen all: 7.08 / seen some: 5.64 / won't finish: 2.96)
Bayesian estimate: 6.328 (Decent+), rank: #2572 (of 2751)
Number of tankoubon: 14 
Number of pages: 176 
#01. Let It Rip! 
#02. Tyson vs. Max 
#03. The Fourth Legend 
#04. Tyson vs. the White Tigers 
#05. The Beyblade World Champioships 
#06. The Final Arena 
#07. A Powerful New Enemy!! 
#09. The Blader That Was Created! 
2004-08 (North America) 
Release dates: We have 41
Trivia: We have 4
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Graphic novel
    Beyblade (GN 1) 2004-08-11 (from $7.99)
    Beyblade (GN 2) 2004-10-20 (from $7.15)
    Beyblade (GN 3) 2005-01-15
    Beyblade (GN 4) 2005-04-05
    Beyblade (GN 5) 2005-05-31 (from $5.96)
    Beyblade (GN 6) 2005-08-23
    Beyblade (GN 7) 2005-10-04
    Beyblade (GN 8) 2005-12-13
    Beyblade (GN 9) 2006-02-07 (from $5.99)
    Beyblade (GN 10) 2006-04-11 (from $5.99)
    Beyblade (GN 11) 2006-06-13
    Beyblade (GN 12) 2006-08-08
    Beyblade (GN 13) 2006-10-10 (from $7.99)
    Beyblade (GN 14) 2006-12-12 (from $7.15)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story: Takao Aoki 
Art: Takao Aoki 
Japanese companies
Publisher: Shogakukan, Inc. 
Serialized In: Coro Coro Comics 
English staff
English cast
Translation: Akira Watanabe 

Adaptation: Fred Burke 
Cover Design: Carolina Ugalde 
Editing: Ian Robertson 
Graphic Design: Sean Lee 
Touch-up Art & Lettering: Dave Lanphear 
English companies
Licensed by: Viz Media 
French staff
French companies
Publisher: Panini Comics 
French cast
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
Publisher: Grupo Editorial Vid 
Spanish cast
Italian staff
Italian companies
Publisher: Play Press 
Italian cast
German staff
German companies
Publisher: Planet Manga 
German cast
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