It is Beyblade time, guys. You won’t have thought concerning the sequence in a scorching minute, however the IP is as scorching as ever. From its toys to its anime, Beyblade remains to be kicking. In truth, it appears the sequence has a brand new mission within the works, and the artist behind The Promised Neverland is stepping as much as oversee the bold manga.
Sure, you learn that right. Beyblade is making a manga comeback, and it’ll achieve this with Demizu Posuka. The artist of The Promised Neverland will oversee the following Beyblade manga, and it is going to be titled Beyblade X. And for those who suppose this sequence will likely be a kiddie one, suppose once more.
In spite of everything, present experiences recommend Beyblade X will not be going to delve into easy tales like Yu-Gi-Oh and even Pokemon. As a substitute, this new manga will likely be modeled after Kakegurui by Kawamoto Homura and Hikaru Muno. For these unfamiliar with this title, Kakegurui is all about playing and follows a highschool woman as she navigates classes centered round card video games. It appears Beyblade X goes to repeat this aggressive setting, so followers can look ahead to no matter Posuka inks on this title.
Thus far, no launch date has been launched for Beyblade X. There may be presently a Beyblade manga in print courtesy of the Beyblade Burst line. Following Beyblade Burst QuadDrive, the franchise welcomed Beyblade Burst SquadStrike in early 2023. It appears as if this new manga underneath Posuka will mark a brand new sequence underneath the Beyblade IP. Nonetheless, we must look forward to extra info from Takara Tomy to study what’s on the horizon.
When you’ve got not saved up with Beyblade in recent times, you must know the franchise is doing nicely. Whereas its manga carries on with the Beyblade Burst line, plenty of anime variations have been launched for the reason that fundamental Beyblade anime dropped in January 2001. After all, its spinning high toys are nonetheless extremely fashionable with children and grownup collectors alike. So if you wish to try Beyblade and see what it’s all about, you will discover its varied anime titles streaming via Disney Now, Amazon, YouTube, and even Crunchyroll.
What do you need to see from this new Beyblade manga? Will you be testing Posuka’s tackle the title? Share your ideas with us within the feedback part beneath or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.