New official Beyblade manga by Kawamoto, Muno, and Demizu announced

Beyblade Battle in Beyblade X Chapter 1 Preview (2023), Shogakukan. Words by Homura Kawamoto and Hikaru Muna Art by Posuka Demizu via Twitter

Renowned author Homura Kawamoto, co-creator of the hit series ‘Kakegurui,’ has joined forces with Hikaru Muno, his former collaborator from ‘High Card,’ and the talented artist Posuka Demizu, known for her work on ‘The Promised Neverland,’ to embark on an exciting new project in the world of manga. The trio is set to create a fresh addition to the beloved ‘Beyblade’ franchise with the upcoming manga series titled ‘Beyblade X.’

The announcement of ‘Beyblade X’ came earlier this year, with the news originating from Takara Tomy, the toy manufacturer associated with the popular ‘Beyblade’ toys. Anticipation mounted as fans eagerly awaited the full-color premiere of the manga’s first chapter, which spanned 70 pages and was featured in the June issue of Shogakukan’s Monthly CoroCoro Comics.

‘Beyblade X,’ also known as ‘Beyblade XTREAME,’ follows a new generation of skilled beybladers who strive to reach new heights in their pursuit of excellence. Tower X becomes the focal point as they participate in the prestigious Pro League competition, risking everything to achieve their Beyblade-related dreams. Expectations are high, as the series promises the introduction of fresh gears, innovative gimmicks, and daring moves from its vibrant cast of young characters.

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While an official translation of the extensive preview comic has yet to be released, passionate fans have taken it upon themselves to provide localized pages, granting a glimpse into the series. However, specific details regarding the plot, the names of the characters, including the spiky-haired protagonist, remain shrouded in mystery for English readers.

‘Beyblade X’ marks the fourth mainline entry in the immensely popular top-battling franchise, following in the footsteps of the original ‘Beyblade’ (1999), ‘Metal Fight Beyblade’ (2008), and ‘Beyblade Burst’ (2015). Each installment presents a unique story, allowing newcomers to immerse themselves in the thrilling world of ‘Beyblade’ without feeling overwhelmed by the previous entries.

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Serialization of ‘Beyblade X’ is scheduled to commence in Shogakukan’s CoroCoro Comics magazine with the July issue, slated to hit Japanese shelves on June 15th. As of now, there is no official word on English localization plans. However, considering that the franchise’s previous three entries received English translations from various publishers, it is highly likely that ‘Beyblade X’ will follow suit and become accessible to a wider international audience. Fans across the globe eagerly await the opportunity to experience the exhilarating spinning metal action that ‘Beyblade’ has consistently delivered.

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