Beyblade Metal Fusion

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  • TV-Y7-FV
  • 2010
  • 5 Seasons
  • 6.2  (1,439)

Beyblade: Metal Fusion is a spin-off of an earlier anime series simply called Beyblade. It is an animated show for children that centers around battles using customized tops called beys. Competitions and tournaments between individuals and teams make up the majority of the episodes. The remaining episodes focus on training or developing the connection between bladers and the spirits inside their beys. The show's main character, Gingka Hagane, uses a Pegasus themed bey to defeat foes and recruit friends for his travels. He firmly believes in the spirit inherent in a blader and his or her bey. The strength of this spirit is used to strengthen attacks during combat. Gingka's friends travel and compete with him using their own beys. Some are fans of Gingka that wish to learn from their mentor while others are rivals wishing to defeat him in a friendly bout. Each of them uses their own spirit and strength for attacks unique to their own bey. A mechanical expert also travels with the group to repair beys and keep them in top fighting shape. Each season the characters must grow and develop themselves and their beys to face down bigger challenges. In some instances, this means adding or changing the parts on their customizable beys. Other times new attacks are discovered or developed that allow a bey's spirit to accomplish more amazing feats. The foes that must be defeated grow in powers and ambitions as well. One uses a forbidden bey to advance their agenda. Another is attempting to collect a Star Fragment that fell from space to revive the god of Destruction and destroy the world. Battles in the show take place in many arenas and environments. Many matches take place in similar bowl-shaped fields. The materials and locations of the fields varies with each quest and foe. Fields are made of metal, plastic, or stone. The locations of the fields help to define each episode. Tournament arenas, mountainous cliffs, green pastures, and a beyblade club are among the many backdrops used for combat. The adventures and lives of the characters in Beyblade: Metal Fusion feature many hardships and challenges. Persistence and determination feature as underlying themes through the episodes. The importance of friendship and loyalty also play a significant role.

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Seasons
The Extraordinary Synchrome
17. The Extraordinary Synchrome
August 31, 2013
Zyro battles Kite and defeats him but in a rematch, Kite claims victory to even the score.
The God of Venus: Quetzalcoatl (Part 2)
16. The God of Venus: Quetzalcoatl (Part 2)
May 11, 2013
Summary not available
The God of Venus: Quetzalcoatl (Part 1)
15. The God of Venus: Quetzalcoatl (Part 1)
May 4, 2013
Summary not available
The Lion Going into the Wilderness (Part 2)
14. The Lion Going into the Wilderness (Part 2)
April 27, 2013
Summary not available
The Lion Going into the Wilderness (Part 1)
13. The Lion Going into the Wilderness (Part 1)
April 20, 2013
Summary not available
The God of Saturn, Kronos
12. The God of Saturn, Kronos
January 5, 2013
Bao and Aguma defeat Gingka and Yuki.
Cosmic Tornado
11. Cosmic Tornado
December 22, 2012
Gingka's Team defeats Dashan's Team and the Beylin Fist's Team tops Kyoya's team.
A New Roar!
10. A New Roar!
December 15, 2012
The Tag Team Tournament continues; the final four are determined.
The Greatest Tag-Team Tournament
9. The Greatest Tag-Team Tournament
December 8, 2012
Gingka and Yuki defeat Chaoxin and Mei-Mei.
The Crimson Flash
8. The Crimson Flash
December 1, 2012
Gingka and his friends travel to China and are joined by the evil Johannes.
Kenta's Determination
7. Kenta's Determination
November 24, 2012
Kenta tries to convince Ryuga to join Gingka's team.
Requirements of a Warrior
6. Requirements of a Warrior
November 17, 2012
Gingka, Kyoya and Yuki team up to save the village from a volcanic eruption.
Awaken, Anubius!
5. Awaken, Anubius!
November 10, 2012
Summary not available.
L-Drago Destructor
4. L-Drago Destructor
November 3, 2012
Gingka and his friends go to a remote island to search for more Legendary Bladers.
The Monster Cat: Lynx
3. The Monster Cat: Lynx
October 27, 2012
Summary not available
Legendary Bladers
2. Legendary Bladers
October 20, 2012
Yuki tells how a star fragment has fallen to earth and it has chosen both Gingka and Kyoya to be Legendary Bladers.
Star Fragment
1. Star Fragment
October 13, 2012
Star fragments fall to Earth and their power begins to fuse with certain beys.
Description

Beyblade: Metal Fusion is a spin-off of an earlier anime series simply called Beyblade. It is an animated show for children that centers around battles using customized tops called beys. Competitions and tournaments between individuals and teams make up the majority of the episodes. The remaining episodes focus on training or developing the connection between bladers and the spirits inside their beys.

The show's main character, Gingka Hagane, uses a Pegasus themed bey to defeat foes and recruit friends for his travels. He firmly believes in the spirit inherent in a blader and his or her bey. The strength of this spirit is used to strengthen attacks during combat. Gingka's friends travel and compete with him using their own beys. Some are fans of Gingka that wish to learn from their mentor while others are rivals wishing to defeat him in a friendly bout. Each of them uses their own spirit and strength for attacks unique to their own bey. A mechanical expert also travels with the group to repair beys and keep them in top fighting shape.

Each season the characters must grow and develop themselves and their beys to face down bigger challenges. In some instances, this means adding or changing the parts on their customizable beys. Other times new attacks are discovered or developed that allow a bey's spirit to accomplish more amazing feats. The foes that must be defeated grow in powers and ambitions as well. One uses a forbidden bey to advance their agenda. Another is attempting to collect a Star Fragment that fell from space to revive the god of Destruction and destroy the world.

Battles in the show take place in many arenas and environments. Many matches take place in similar bowl-shaped fields. The materials and locations of the fields varies with each quest and foe. Fields are made of metal, plastic, or stone. The locations of the fields help to define each episode. Tournament arenas, mountainous cliffs, green pastures, and a beyblade club are among the many backdrops used for combat.

The adventures and lives of the characters in Beyblade: Metal Fusion feature many hardships and challenges. Persistence and determination feature as underlying themes through the episodes. The importance of friendship and loyalty also play a significant role.

Beyblade Metal Fusion is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (211 episodes). The series first aired on June 26, 2010.

Where to Watch Beyblade Metal Fusion

Beyblade Metal Fusion is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Beyblade Metal Fusion on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, The Roku Channel Free, Google Play, Apple TV, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    June 26, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (1,439)