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B-Daman Fireblast Anime Released on iOS and Android

B-Daman Fireblast 001 20150512Remember B-Daman? It’s back! …In digital form.

Animanga Plus recently released the first nine episodes of B-Daman Fireblast on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play within a dedicated app.

The first episode is available for free, with the remaining 8 being sold as a bundle priced at $2.29 on iTunes, and $1.99 on Amazon and Google Play.

The episodes are available in English-dubbed format. The app mentions that episodes 10-18 are “coming soon,” though no specific date was offered.

B-Daman Fireblast originally aired in Japan under the title Cross Fight B-Daman eS. The series ran for 26 episodes, each of which clocking in at 15 minutes.

The app first hit Apple’s iTunes store on March 21, and Google Play on April 15.

Source: Anime News Network

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