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Little Battlers Experience

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Little Battlers Experience ダンボール戦機, Danbōru Senki, lit "Cardboard war-machines", is a series of action role-playing video games created by Level-5, involving small plastic model robots known as LBXs standing for "Little Battler eXperience" that fight on dioramas made out of cardboard, with the main character setting out to battle against LBXs created by other characters The first game of the series was released on June 16, 2011 for the PlayStation Portable and has expanded to six official games and three Japanese anime series Nintendo published the first game for Nintendo 3DS in North America on August 21, 2015, Europe on September 4, 2015 and Australia on September 5, 2015

Contents

  • 1 Games
  • 2 Plot
  • 3 Development
  • 4 Media
    • 41 Anime
    • 42 Movie
    • 43 Manga
    • 44 Music
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Gamesedit

  • Danbōru Senki - PlayStation Portable
  • Danbōru Senki Boost - PlayStation Portable
    • An improved remake of Danbōru Senki adding new features
  • Danbōru Senki Baku Boost localized as LBX: Little Battlers eXperience - Nintendo 3DS
    • Another remake of Danbōru Senki adding more features than Danbōru Senki Boost
  • Danbōru Senki W - PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita
  • Danbōru Senki W Super Custom - Nintendo 3DS
    • A remake of Danbōru Senki W
  • Danbōru Senki Wars - Nintendo 3DS

Plotedit

Main article: List of Little Battlers Experience characters

AD 2046, technology has grown all over the world and innovation is leading the way The way of delivery methods has changed since the creation of the super strong cardboard, which can resist every impact and keeping its contents intact As the popularity of the material grew, so did its purposes The super strong cardboard was used as material for special battlefields for LBX's, specialized miniature robots made by Tiny Orbit that were once banned due to their destructive purposes Their popularity has again risen due to the specialized battlefield, and special models of LBX were made

Four years after the creation of the super strong cardboard, in AD 2050, Ban Yamano Van Yamano in the English dub, a male middle school student has been entrusted with the LBX "AX-00" by a mysterious woman, containing a Platinum Capsule Ban learned from the woman that his father is still alive and knew about a secret conspiracy in the government Ban himself must protect the LBX and the Platinum Capsule, as its contents could change the world forever

Developmentedit

Development of the franchise began in 2008 alongside the game which is once titled "LEVEL5 VISION 2008" In December 2009, Level-5 announced that the anime/manga series is under production to accompany the release of their latest PlayStation Portable game, with Bandai releasing a series of plastic models featuring the mecha from the game1 Although initially set for release in 2010, the anime is delayed a year later and aired in March 2, 2011 while the game is released on June 16, 20112

Mediaedit

Animeedit

Main article: List of Danball Senki episodes

The first series, based on the first game, is produced by Oriental Light and Magic under the direction of Naohito Takahashi and began airing on TV Tokyo from March 2, 2011 to January 11, 2012 with a total of 44 Episodes The sequel series, Little Battlers eXperience W ダンボール戦機W, Danbōru Senki W, lit "Cardboard war-machines double" was announced in late December, and aired between January 18, 2012 and March 20, 2013 with a total of 58 episodes A third series titled Little Battlers eXperience Wars ダンボール戦機WARS, Danbōru Senki Wōzu, lit "Cardboard war-machine wars" aired on TV Tokyo in April 3, 2013 to coincide with the third game's release Wars would be the final season for the anime series and ended on December 25, 2013 with a total of 37 episodes

Dentsu Entertainment USA confirmed that they have licensed the anime in the US, and began airing on Nicktoons from August 24, 20143456 After the dub was aired in its entirety, it was revealed the series was abridged from 44 episodes to 26 episodes Episodes with what was considered questionable content were merged with other episodes or in some cases skipped altogether Because of the large difference in content, the list of dubbed episodes are listed under a new section called LBX: Little Battlers eXperience

An adaptation of the sequel series, Little Battlers eXperience W, aired as the second season of LBX, premiering October 18, 2015 on Nicktoons7

Movieedit

A movie adaptation was announced in the July issue of CoroCoro Comic titled Inazuma Eleven GO vs Danbōru Senki W, which premiered in theaters on December 1, 20128

Mangaedit

A manga adaptation was serialized in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic from February 2011 to March 20139 It lasted for six volumes In the US, it is distributed by Viz Media Another manga adaptation, entitled Danball Senki Kaidō Jin Gaiden ダンボール戦機 海道ジン外伝, was written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei under the pen name Hiro was published in CoroCoro G10 There is also a manga adaptation of Danball Senki Wars which is also serialized in CoroCoro Comic

Musicedit

The background music for the English version was composed by David Iris, John Mitchell and Tom Keenlyside Michael and Andrew Twining wrote the closing theme songs "Battle On" season 1 and "Save the World" season 2

The music for the anime was composed by Rei Kondoh, who also composed the soundtracks for the video games Ōkami and Sengoku Basara 3, among others

The first anime series has four official theme songs The first opening is titled "1 Dream" 1ドリーム, 1 Dorīmu and the second opening is titled "Telepathy" 以心伝心, Ishindenshin, both performed by Little Blue boX The first ending song is titled "My Savings Bank" 僕の貯金箱, Boku no chokin-bako and the second ending is titled "Secret Base" ヒミツキチ, Himitsukichi, both performed by Hiroki Maekawa

Little Battlers eXperience W has eight official theme songs The first being "Brave Hero", the second opening theme is "Three as One" 三位一体, Sanmi Ittai, the third opening theme is "2 Spirits" 2スピリッ, 2 Supiritsu, and the fourth opening song "Telepathy", all performed by Little Blue boX The first ending song is "Do Wak Parappa" Do Wak パラッパ, Do Wak Parappa, the second ending is "Close your Eyes" 目を閉じて…, Me wo Tojite, and the third ending is "Even if born again, it's good to be me" 生まれ変わっても僕でいいよ, Umarekawatte mo boku de ī yo, all performed by Hiroki Maekawa The fourth ending theme is "Bonds of Earth" 地球の絆, Chikyu no Kizuna, performed by Dream5

Little Battlers eXperience Wars has five official theme songs The first opening is titled "Mugen Myself" and the second opening is titled "Eternal", both performed by Little Blue boX The first ending song is "Kamisama Yāyāyā" performed by Dream5 The second ending song is "Bokutachi no Wars" performed by Ryota Ohsaka, Sayori Ishizuka, and Tomoaki Maeno The third ending song is "Hirameki" performed by Ryota Ohsaka

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "Level 5's Danbōru Senki Robot Game to Get TV Anime" Anime News Network August 25, 2009 Retrieved February 8, 2011 
  2. ^ "Level 5's Danbōru Senki Anime Promo Video Streamed" Anime News Network January 25, 2011 Retrieved February 8, 2011 
  3. ^ "Little Battlers eXperience/Danbōru Senki Anime Offered in US" Anime News Network Retrieved August 1, 2011 
  4. ^ http://wwwlicensemagcom/license-global/dentsu-brings-japanese-hit-us
  5. ^ http://wwwanimenewsnetworkcom/news/2014-02-18/little-battlers-experience/danboru-senki-coming-to-nicktoons
  6. ^ http://wwwlicensemagcom/license-global/dentsu-debut-new-anime-property
  7. ^ http://kidscreencom/2015/04/06/nicktoons-gears-up-for-more-lbx/
  8. ^ http://wwwanimenewsnetworkcom/news/2012-06-12/inazuma-eleven-go-vs-danboru-senki-w-film-revealed
  9. ^ 連載マンガ Manga Serializations CoroCoro Official Site in Japanese Shogakukan Archived from the original on February 8, 2011 Retrieved February 8, 2011 
  10. ^ "いきなりですが、コロコロG夏号で「ダンボール戦機 海道ジン外伝」を描かれるHIRO先生というのは武井先生なのでしょうか?" in Japanese Twitter Retrieved June 8, 2013 

External linksedit

  • Danball Senki official website
  • Danball Senki at TV Tokyo
  • Danbōru Senki anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Danbōru Senki W anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • Danboru Senki Wars anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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