B-Daman Fireblast

B-Daman Fireblast
Voice Director: Karl Willems

US Premiere: Oct 18, 2014
US Conclusion: Apr 11, 2015
Japan Premiere: Oct 07, 2012
Japan Conclusion: Sep 29, 2013

Seasons: 1
Episodes: 52

Popularity: 1,640th All Time, 802nd This Week

Franchise: B-Daman
Characters on BTVA: 29
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said at 9:22 PM on Wed Jun 13 2018
The cast did a really good job in their roles
said at 12:58 PM on Wed Apr 20 2016
I wonder if Blue Water Studios does this, cause most of these casts seems like one.
said at 1:41 PM on Wed Apr 20 2016
@SteelEthlan Blue Water is a subsidiary of Ocean, which evidently used both the Vancouver and Calgary studios for this series.
said at 2:30 PM on Wed Apr 20 2016
@CatsTuxedo I know that, i'm just wondering but thanks anyway.
said at 7:28 AM on Sun Nov 22 2015
Ive noticed that most of the shows vancouver does is based on some sort of toy or video game. None of the Creator driven shows in recent years is done over there except maybe MLP
said at 12:13 PM on Sun Nov 22 2015
@Plevak MLP always has been and will be a toy-driven series, course funnily enough it was the backlash against an established creator being hired to corral such a property that kicked off MLP's popularity to begin with.

Point is whether a series is merchandise-driven or not isn't too relevant just as long as it's enjoyable on its own.
said at 1:10 AM on Thu May 21 2015
Very good dub, my favourite dub of the entire B-Daman series
said at 2:25 PM on Mon May 18 2015
 4 Shout Outs!
Not interested in this series, but it's good to see Vancouver talent used in an anime again. Too bad they replaced the Bang Zoom cast though. I always hate seeing actors replaced.
said at 5:12 PM on Mon May 18 2015
@PurpleWarrior13 Crossfire wasn't actually done by Bang Zoom; it was a non-union dub.
said at 11:34 PM on Mon May 18 2015
@CatsTuxedo Bang Zoom does plenty of non-union dubs. Durarara and Fate/Zero are pretty much their only recent dubs that ARE union.
said at 12:42 AM on Wed Jun 3 2015
@PurpleWarrior13 But it might not have been done at Bang Zoom!. It might have been done at Studiopolis since it has Colleen O'Slaughnessey (who doesn't even appear in Bang Zoom! dubs).
said at 8:13 AM on Sun Jun 7 2015
@Domayv ANN doesn't say which studio was used for Crossfire.

Looking on Bob Buchholz's wikipedia page it says he owns Spliced Bread Productions which could have been the studio used since he did the script and voice direction for the show.
said at 8:41 AM on Sun Jun 7 2015
@Autovolt Oh yeah, that studio. All I know is that they did the English dub of Nodame Cantabile (it had Yuri Lowenthal in the cast) for Animax Asia.
said at 10:00 AM on Sun May 17 2015
 10 Shout Outs!
Welcome back to the dubbing game Ocean.

Now if only they could get their hands on a non-toyetic property....then that would be terrific.

Also I got to give massive major props for casting lesser used VA's like Alex Zahara, Brenna O'Brien, Dean Redman, Jennifer Cameron, Alec Willows and (ironically now) Brad Swaile.
said at 11:15 PM on Fri Jul 10 2015
@Autovolt: It'll be a while before Ocean gets back to dubbing anime regularly, once the anime companies' budgets and scedules become more flexible, which will happen in the next couple of years. All we could do is hope that the industry grows more than it currently is and gain greater mainstream appeal than current.
said at 6:26 PM on Wed May 13 2015
 1 Shout Out!
Well, I guess when know what anime Brad Swaile was talking about that he worked on.
said at 1:40 PM on Thu May 14 2015
@Gaddes Brad said at Ohayocon that he's voicing as much as 8 characters (I only see 2 on this, but who knows).
said at 10:00 AM on Sun May 17 2015
@Domayv 8 characters? I like Brad but he doesn't have that killer of a range to do that many.

Someone like Scott McNeil, Brian Drummond or Tabitha St. Germain then yes they could certainly take on that many roles.
said at 11:02 AM on Sun May 17 2015
@Domayv I don't know the context or the exact statement, but I'm sure he probably meant he was voicing eight concurrent characters as a whole rather than in any one series.
said at 12:06 PM on Sun May 17 2015
@CatsTuxedo So he's doing voices on other series besides B-Daman. If that's true then great.
said at 8:13 AM on Sun Jun 7 2015
@CatsTuxedo I really hope that's the case.

I'm surprised with how little Brad gets cast in western cartoons even if most of the cartoons usually done in Vancouver aren't the best.
said at 8:39 AM on Sun Jun 7 2015
@Autovolt As to why Brad gets seldom cast in cartoons is because cartoons usually favor those with a fairly sizable vocal range (ever wonder why Tabitha St. Germain, Sam Vincent, Scott McNeil, Lee Tockar, Colin Murdock, the Dobson brothers, and Brian Drummond are still getting a healthy amount of roles today?), and Brad's range isn't exactly that wide, though I could see him be Vancouver's answer to Nolan North when it comes with cartoons.
said at 6:03 PM on Wed May 13 2015
The first ever anime dubbed in Canada since 2013.
said at 8:59 PM on Wed May 13 2015
@DisneyAnimefan1995 Not true, there are 3 Canadian anime dubbing companies, Ocean Group (their last one was in 2013), Blue Water (the people who dubbed Cardfight Vanguard and Buddyfight) and the people who dubbed the Beyblade, Original Sailor Moon dub, and Bakugan anime series.
said at 9:51 PM on Wed May 13 2015
@shawnredkid Oops my bad. got carried away
said at 3:16 PM on Fri May 15 2015
@shawnredkid I forgot to put Vancouver before posting it. :/
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