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Will G.G. Bond be able to save Fairy World when his enemy is his father? Or is it a trick? G.G. Bond waivers between his alliance with his fellow warriors and his alliance with his long lost family.
Attempting to make GG Bond the partner for Iron Fist, Mr. Mihoo disguised himself as a school teacher, showing GG Bond the charm of interstellar shuttling. GG Bond took his invitation and became an agent. As GG Bond’s pet and mission partner, Iron Fist had the power to absorb everything. His biggest secret was that his stomach linked to the infinite fifth dimension. One day Iron Fist ate the stone of eternal energy. The universe would lose balance without the stone. GG Bond had to enter into Iron Fist’s fifth dimension searching for it. After all adventures and difficulties, he finally brought it out and saved the world. (Source: Official YouTube channel)
Twin City, as legend has it, is an evil city which was born at the time when Crystal City was created. There is a mirror-like lake above the city which has a horrifying power. It enables people to face the darkest side deep within their hearts. This darkness manifests as the person’s opposite. The heroes must send these malicious beings back to their realm before they tear Crystal City apart.
In honor of the 2018 World Cup, this season of GG Bond focuses on sports team competition, team spirit, and personal growth as they compete in the Meteor League.
GG Bond is separated from his friends and lands in an unfamiliar part of the universe. He will have to rejoin his teammates and take part in speed races to find his way home. This season has 4 arcs, each arc is composed of 26 episodes. (Source: videoageinternational.net)
The first ever theatrical G.G. Bond film. G.G. Bond and his friends have to use environmental protection to save the Fairy Tale planet. Their planet is actually an egg, and the greenhouse gasses from pollution are about to let it hatch. If the eggshell breaks, everyone will die.
A more educational season of GG Bond. This season is composed of 2 arcs, each arc has 52 episodes. GG Bond works on cleaning up some fossils at the lab as they’ll be used in a museum exhibit. He uses a fossil to create a data coin that is compatible with his special jet. This allows for him to travel back in time to the original animal (a T-Rex) the fossil was made of. While GG Bond is ecstatic to learn about dinosaurs in-person (as well as mine more accurate data for the data coin), he didn’t quite realize the danger he’d be in. He successfully gets out of this sticky situation but there’s still a lot more dinosaurs he needs to get information on.
G.G. Bonds enters the realm of dreams to stop evil’s power from growing. They must get the citizens of Crystal City to remember their dreams so that the 5 element powers can recharge.
G.G. Bond finally won the appreciation of Princess Crystal and moved to Crystal City. But conspiracy traps lurk in the darkness out to frame G.G. Bond an ruin his good name.
A prequel TV series setting up for the Zhu Zhu Xia: Zhong Ji Jue Zhan feature film. G.G. Bond’s father while exploring ruins gets sucked into a dimension of evil through the Dark Gate. He is bestowed power and knowledge and becomes corrupted as the King of Darkness. Ancient monsters are sent through the cracks of the gate to attack G.G. Bond and his team as the 5 elemental powers are stronger than the King of Darkness. By weakening the team, only then can the King of Darkness forcibly open the gate to unless a reign of terror on the Fairy Tale world.
The juvenile Kan from the earth is summoned to the Kingdom of Toria , where he encounters attack from the giant creature Zinba, and he’s rescued by the linker Shibuki and Uranus. Later, he accidentally gets on the linker squad DUX truck to the maze valley, finding in a cave a golden Zinba. (Source: Lookus English YT Channel, edited)
Mirai, an improved Kongou-class Aegis guided missile destroyer, is one of the newest and most advanced ships in the entire Japanese Self Defense Force (SDF). Her crew, also one of the newest, is lead by Capt. Umezu Saburo and Executive Officer Kadomatsu Yosuke. While running scheduled training exercises one day, Mirai encounters a fierce storm that throws their navigation systems into temporary disarray. After a few minutes of recovery, the crew is shocked to discover that they’ve been transported back in time to June 4, 1942—The Battle of Midway, during World War II. Letting history take its course for this battle, they manage to avoid the conflict firsthand and make a vow to remain anonymous, changing history as little as possible. However, when the crew comes across the dying Lt. Commander Kusaka Takumi, XO. Kadomatsu’s instincts to save lives takes over, changing the course of history more than he could’ve imagined. (Source: ANN)
A gag comedy aimed at young children featuring Zombie-kun, a child zombie, and his interactions with the world. It’s not intended to be scary in the slightest, but rather, it focuses on the comical and bizarre things Zombie-kun’s body can do, and the common-sense-defying way Zombie-kun behaves. For example, he’ll take out his stomach and inflate it with air to use as a pillow, or if he gets wet, he’ll detach parts of his body and wring them out like towels, then reattach them with a glue stick. Everything is depicted in a cute, cartoony fashion so as not to be too graphic for kids. (Source: Baka-Updates)
In a remote desert on the Planet Zi, a boy named Van discovers an abandoned, dilapidated facility. Inside, he finds an opaque cocoon that breaks on its own, and a dinosaur-like robot known as an “Organoid” emerges from the shell. Van names the creature Zeke and claims it for himself, but a group of bandits come after him to seize the Organoid. The bandits are equipped with “Zoids,” beast-like mechanical units that are used for combat. Van is able to fend off his pursuers by reviving and fusing with an old Zoid dubbed the “Shield Liger.” Van returns to the facility with Zeke in tow and finds a new cocoon. He is ecstatic that he may have obtained another Organoid, but when the cocoon breaks, a girl emerges from it instead. Unaware of her origins, the girl only remembers that her name is Fiona and that she has to locate an object called the “Zoid Eve.” Determined to solve the mystery behind her existence, Fiona ventures out alongside Van and Zeke to uncover what the Zoid Eve truly is. The trio runs across many friends and foes in their adventure, encountering various dangers and experiencing slices of light-heartedness as they travel. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
R.D. is a delivery boy who works for a company called Mach Storm in order to earn money to search for the legendary Alpha Zoid. A Zoid that he heard rumours about from his dad that he passionately believes in. Mach Storm also doubles as a Zoid Battling team. In R.D.’s first Coliseum Zoid Battle, he encounters a team that can fuse Zoids. R.D. soon discovers that he has a Zoid that can computably fuse with his Zoid, Liger Zero. After this happens R.D.’s adventure to discover the truth about the Alpha Zoid begins. (Source: ANN)
Natural disasters have devastated planet Zi, killing off almost all life. A thousand years later humans have gradually re-established civilization, salvaging ancient Zoids through diving and mining efforts. In a village whose most previous item is a giant sword which they worship as a holy symbol. A teenage boy discovers an ancient Liger-type Zoid while on a deep water salvage operation. Suddenly the village is attacked by skeletal Bio-Zoids intent on stealing a powerful generator located in the village. Our teenage hero awakens the Liger and discovers that the town`s sacred sword is the Liger`s weapon, together they fight off the mysterious Bio-Zoids. At least for now… (Source: AniDB)
Zoids—powerful animal-shaped combat mechs—are no longer used in warfare, but in organized sporting competitions. The Blitz Team, a group of pilots struggling to carve out a niche for themselves in the Zoid battling leagues, experience a stroke of luck when Bit Cloud, a vagrant junk dealer, wanders into their midst and proves himself capable of piloting the temperamental Liger Zero, a Zoid that refuses to let anyone else into its cockpit. Led by Bit and the Liger, the Blitz Team steadily make their way to the top—but along the way they attract the unwelcome attention of the Backdraft Group, an organization of Zoid pilots that operates outside the laws set down by the Zoid Battle Commission. The Backdraft want powerful Zoids to add to their ranks, and they have their eye on the Liger Zero…
The series follows Arashi and his Wild Liger. The main antagonists are the Death Metal Empire, lead by Gallagher. They use Zoids for conquest, and have at their command many Zoids and warriors, including the Four Heavenly Kings. Arashi longs to follow his father’s footsteps become a Zoid Hunter, and find his ultimate Partner. At the beginning of his journey, he partners up with the Wild Liger and meets Bacon and Team Supreme, who tell him about the Great Ancient Treasure Z. (Source: Zoids Wiki)
Hashtags: Zoids Wild, ゾイドワイルド
In the 21st century planet Earth was rendered inhospitable to life, and people mass-migrated to Planet Zi, the natural home of metallic life forms known as Zoids. Many years later, Zi faces its end. Its inhabitants partake the journey to migrate back to Earth. Attempting to regenerate the Earth to make it hospitable, the migrants come up with a “Zi-Forming” scheme. However, the plan fails and Earth is left in its state of turmoil. Overrun by Zoids and blanked by unstable weather phenomena, the migrants are faced with a difficult life. The Empire and Republic settlements attempt to uncover Zoids buried within the Earth to bolster their respective armies. The story picks up following second-generation Earth citizens: Leo Conrad and Buzz Cunningham, who have a chance encounter with a girl Sally Land as she flees the clutches of the Empire. (Source: Zoids Wiki)
Hashtags: Zoids Wild Zero, ゾイドワイルド ZERO