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Cartoon Network to unveil Bakugan: Battle Brawlers from 15 September

MUMBAI: Cartoon Network will premiere new animated series ‘Bakugan: Battle Brawlers’ in India.


The globally popular action-adventure animated will make its debut on 15 September and will telecast from Monday to Friday at 5:30 pm.



Turner International India director programming Krishna Desai said, “As resident kids’ experts, we consistently look for opportunities to grow from strength to strength and bring home the world’s best animation. ‘Bakugan: Battle Brawlers’ is yet another offering from our diverse animation bouquet and is anticipated to create frenzy amongst kids as an exciting action-adventure property. A runaway success in global markets, we are confident it will be an instant hit with the kids in India too.”
The name ‘Bakugan’ is derived from the Japanese words ‘baku,’ meaning ‘to explode,’ and ‘gan,’ meaning ‘sphere.’ The story of ‘Bakugan: Battle Brawlers’ revolves around two parallel universes Earth and Vestoria and Bakugan’s quest to find Naga, who holds the destructive powers. The series follows the pursuits of Dan Kuso, a 12-year-old boy who is the leader of ‘Bakugan: Battle Brawlers’ and uses strategy and skill to unleash the Bakugan power and save the Earth from destruction.


The story begins with kids around the world discovering interesting and varied character cards falling from the sky. Unknowingly, the kids create a battle game with them only to realise later that the cards actually correspond to an alternate world called Vestroia, where Bakugan warriors have been waging war.


Bakugan are small, circular spheres from a far-off universe that morph into powerful warriors. When the war in Vestroia spirals out of control, the Bakugan spheres are sent to Earth trapped inside ‘field cards.’ Now, it is up to Dan and his friends to save both Vestroia and Earth from destruction, using their Battle Brawling skills.

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