Thursday, April 30, 2009

ANIME ZONE: TOP FIVE MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOYS

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here's another entry for my anime zone
You might be familiar with these toys as your child ask you to buy them for sure
let me list down

TOP 5 MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOYS

TOP 5 MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOY
"B-DAMAN"

(FROM BATTLE B-DAMAN)
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B-DAMAN TOYS was based from an anime and manga series by Eiji Inuki that first aired in January 2004 in Japan, replacing Beyblade in its timeslot. It premiered in the United States on April 2005. Like its predecessor, it is themed around an enhanced version of a children's schoolyard game - whereas Beyblade was based around spinning tops, Battle B-Daman is a dramatized version of marbles.
The toys were originally made by Takara and were released by Hasbro in North America.

In Japan, Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits! was superseded by Crash B-Daman, a new series with an all new cast and story.

The original look of the B-daman character was based on Bomberman (hence the name of the original version of the original toy: "Bomberman B-Daman"), but the belt buckle is replaced with a "marble".


TOP 4 MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOYS
"BAKUGAN"

(FROM BAKUGAN BATTLE BRAWLERS)

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BAKUGAN was came from a Japanese anime television series , which has also been produced for a North American audience. Both the Japanese and English versions differ in number of episodes made; the Japanese version consisting of 51 episodes as compared to 52 episodes in the English version. In conjunction with the anime series, a strategy game called Bakugan has been released.

TOP 3 MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOY
"BEY BLADES"

(FROM BEYBLADES)

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BEYBLADES was derived from a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takao Aoki. Originally serialized in CoroCoro Comic from 2000-2002, the individual chapers were collected and published in 14 tankĊbon volume by Shogakukan. The series focuses on a group of kids who form teams with which they battle one another using highly powerful spinning tops called "Beyblades" which are enchanted with magical spirits
Beyblade had a cult following in 2002 and 2003 by many children when the series' popular spinning top toy was released and became a fad. It locked into place on a stand until a person "ripped" the cord through causing the toy to fall and spin. Often the tops had designs on them and had rough edges allowing them to battle other Beyblades.

TOP 2 MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOYS
"YU-GI-OH CARDS"

(FROM YU-GI-OH)

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YU-GI-OH CARDS are came from a Japanese manga created by Kazuki Takahashi, which has spawned a franchise including multiple anime series, a trading card game, and numerous video games. Most of the incarnations of the franchise involve the fictional trading card game called Duel Monsters (originally known as Magic & Wizards), wherein each player uses cards to "duel" each other in a mock battle of fantasy "monsters". The Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game is the real world counterpart to this fictional game on which it's loosely based.
The trading cards are distributed in Asian countries by Konami as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: Official Card Game (OCG). Elsewhere, Upper Deck Entertainment served as the manufacturer under Konami's direction until 2009, when Konami took control of the Upper Deck TCG.

THE MOST NOTABLE ANIME TOYS
"TAMIYA CARS"

(FROM BAKUSO KYODAI LETS & GO)


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TAMIYA CARS was derived from is a manga by Tetsuhiro Koshita that appeared in CoroCoro Comic centered around Mini 4WD racing. It was later adapted into three TV anime series, each of which consisting of three 51-episode series, and was also made into several games. The series also released various merchandise, including CDs, trading cards, and stickers
A mini 4WD is a 1:32-sized battery powered plastic model race car without remote control. All 4 rubber-tired wheels are driven, thus "4WD" for 4 wheel drive. Side rollers secure the vehicle against the vertical walls of the un-banked track for steering, providing very fast speeds compared to slot or RC cars. In Japan, Mini 4WD is also known as mini yonku in Japanese. Though mostly popular in Asia, they have also been sold in the United States.

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by the way i have here a slide show of ten animes
just give me the titles where the pictures(below)came from and you can get 500 EC
(only for the first person who could guess it right











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