LOS ANGELES, CA – March 6th, 2020 – TMS Entertainment (tmsanime.com) today announced the launch of “Bakugan: Armored Alliance”, the second season of the popular anime series is set to begin streaming in Japan starting April 3rd, 2020.
Co-produced in collaboration with Spin Master Corp. and Nelvana Enterprises, Inc., season two of the anime adventure series launched in the United States on Cartoon Network on Sunday, March 1st, 2020. “Bakugan: Armored Alliance” continues the adventures of Dan Kouzo and his best friends, the first kids on Earth to bond with the mysterious alien creatures known as Bakugan.
In “Bakugan: Armored Alliance”, the Awesome Brawlers (The AB) encounter new friends, different Bakugan, rivals, foes, as well as many familiar faces from their Season One adventures. They meet a mysterious new brawler who battles with, of all things, a GOLDEN BAKUGAN. Then brawlers from around the world gather to compete in high stakes Bakugan tournaments, but the real action doesn’t start until the AB have to battle each other! Their adventures take a serious turn when a malcontent alien, intent on creating as much chaos and mayhem as possible, threatens the world with annihilation. It’s up to the AB to stop him and save the planet but can they do it all before third period geography class? Such is the life of an Awesome Brawler.
About TMS Entertainment Co., Ltd.
TMS Entertainment Co., Ltd. (better known as TMS) is one of the world’s largest and most distinguished animation studios. TMS has won recognition from the international filmmaking industry for its highly acclaimed animation, pioneering techniques and proud commitment to quality. With a dedicated team of development, production and design executives, TMS’s growing reputation is reflected by the versatility, artistry and originality of the programs the company has produced for international markets worldwide.
Established in 1964, TMS has produced more than 200 features, and over 100 TV program series, with a total of 12,000 half hours for global distribution.
Source: TMS Entertainment
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