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Beyblade Burst (Japanese: ベイブレードバースト, Hepburn: Beiburēdo Bāsuto) is a Japanese manga and toyline created by Hiro Morita, originally based on Takara Tomy's Beyblade franchise. The third incarnation of the franchise after the Metal Fight series, the Beyblade Burst toyline launched on July 15, 2015 while the original manga was serialized in Shogakukan's children's manga magazine CoroCoro Comic in August 2015 and is currently compiled into sixteen tankōbon volumes. Shogakukan's South East Asian branch began publishing it in English in April 2017.

An anime adaptation by OLM was aired in all TXN stations in Japan on April 4, 2016. ADK Emotions NY, Inc. licensed the anime and Hasbro licensed the toyline in English; marking the first time in the franchise that an English adaptation wasn't produced by Nelvana. The first two series were originally recorded between Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta in Canada by Ocean Productions and its sister studio Blue Water. Since the third series; the franchise has been recorded in Los Angeles, California in the United States by Bang Zoom! Entertainment. The dub would be one of the final anime voice acting roles of Gabe Khouth who died two years later.

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  • In the original Japanese dub, the name system of the avatars is comprised of names from either various gods, creatures or heroes from multiple mythologies, legends in religion, mystical objects, astronomy, portmanteau of specific words, and titles from medieval era.
  • In the English dub, however, certain names are often altered due to censorship.
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