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'''Beyblade: Shogun Steel''' (Japanese: '''メタルファイトベイブレードZERO-G''', ''Metal Fight Beyblade Zero-G'') is the name for the seventh anime series of the Beyblade anime and the fourth season of the ''[[Metal Saga]]'' created by [[Takafumi Adachi]]. It is the sequel to the anime series, ''[[Beyblade: Metal Fury]]'' (''Metal Fight Beyblade 4D'').
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'''Beyblade: Shogun Steel''' (Japanese: '''メタルファイトベイブレードZero-G''', ''Beyblade: Shogun Steel'') is the name for the seventh anime series of the Beyblade anime and the fourth season of the ''[[Metal Saga]]'' created by [[Takafumi Adachi]]. It is the sequel to the anime series, ''[[Beyblade: Metal Fury]]'' (''Metal Fight Beyblade 4D'').
 
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[[Zyro Kurogane]], the new protagonist who looks up to [[Gingka Hagane]] and aims to become the strongest Blader, is the No. 1 Blader who remains undefeated on his home turf. In order to test his own strength, Zyro arrived at [[Metal Bey City|the town where Gingka and his friends were]], but Gingka wasn't there and champion Bladers who aim at becoming the strongest Blader of tomorrow had gathered.
 
[[Zyro Kurogane]], the new protagonist who looks up to [[Gingka Hagane]] and aims to become the strongest Blader, is the No. 1 Blader who remains undefeated on his home turf. In order to test his own strength, Zyro arrived at [[Metal Bey City|the town where Gingka and his friends were]], but Gingka wasn't there and champion Bladers who aim at becoming the strongest Blader of tomorrow had gathered.
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*''Beyblade: Shogun Steel'' marks the first time a dubbed anime series has not utilised the "Beyblade: Metal" prefix since back in 2002, with ''[[Beyblade: G-Revolution]]''.
 
*''Beyblade: Shogun Steel'' marks the first time a dubbed anime series has not utilised the "Beyblade: Metal" prefix since back in 2002, with ''[[Beyblade: G-Revolution]]''.
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Revision as of 18:44, 13 December 2012

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Beyblade: Shogun Steel (Japanese: メタルファイトベイブレードZero-G, Beyblade: Shogun Steel) is the name for the seventh anime series of the Beyblade anime and the fourth season of the Metal Saga created by Takafumi Adachi. It is the sequel to the anime series, Beyblade: Metal Fury (Metal Fight Beyblade 4D).

Summary

Zyro Kurogane, the new protagonist who looks up to Gingka Hagane and aims to become the strongest Blader, is the No. 1 Blader who remains undefeated on his home turf. In order to test his own strength, Zyro arrived at the town where Gingka and his friends were, but Gingka wasn't there and champion Bladers who aim at becoming the strongest Blader of tomorrow had gathered.

Straightaway, Zyro starts to battle with them, but he wasn't used to dealing with the Zero-G Stadium, which wasn't in his hometown, so it was a tough fight for him... However, with his natural guts and instinct, Zyro understands the walkthrough methods and heads towards victory.

As such, will the champion Bladers stand in Zyro's way one after the other?!

Characters

Main characters

Episodes

Main article: List of Beyblade: Shogun Steel episodes

Music

The Shogun Steel series has utilised one opening theme, and one ending theme so far in it's run. The opening theme is titled "Zero-G Bey! Go!" and is performed by YU+KI. The ending theme is titled "Looking Up Smiling (We Go!)", and is also performed by YU+KI.

Videos

Trivia

  • Beyblade: Shogun Steel marks the first time a dubbed anime series has not utilised the "Beyblade: Metal" prefix since back in 2002, with Beyblade: G-Revolution.
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