Inazuma Eleven GO (manga)

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Inazuma Eleven GO!
イナズマイレブン GO!
(Inazuma Irebun GO!)
Genre Sports (association football)
Manga
Written by Tenya Yabuno
Published by Shogakukan
Demographic Children
Magazine CoroCoro Comic
Original run November 2011 – ongoing
Anime television series
Inazuma Eleven GO
Directed by Katsuhito Akiyama
Written by Atsuhiro Tomioka
Music by Shiho Terada
Studio OLM
Network TV Tokyo (TXN), BS Japan
Original run May 4, 2011April 11, 2012
Episodes 47 (List of episodes)
Anime television series
Inazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone
Directed by Katsuhito Akiyama
Written by Atsuhiro Tomioka
Music by Shiho Terada, Natsumi Kameoka, Yasunori Mitsuda
Studio OLM
Network TV Tokyo (TXN), BS Japan
Original run April 18, 2012May 1, 2013
Episodes 51 (List of episodes)
Anime television series
Inazuma Eleven GO: Galaxy
Music by Yasunori Mitsuda
Studio OLM
Network TV Tokyo (TXN), BS Japan
Original run May 8, 2013March 19, 2014
Episodes 43 (List of episodes)
Films
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Inazuma Eleven GO (イナズマイレブン GO Inazuma Irebun GO?, lit. "Lightning Eleven GO") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tenya Yabuno. It is based on the Level-5 video game series of the same title. The manga has been published by Shogakukan in CoroCoro Comic.

An anime television series based on the game aired on the TV Tokyo network from May 4, 2011. The series was produced by Level-5 in conjunction with TV Tokyo and OLM.

Plot[edit]

GO[edit]

Set 10 years after the first anime Inazuma Eleven, the soccer system is destroyed and matches a choose even down to the point scoring.

A boy called Matsukaze Tenma loves soccer. However, it is being controlled by Fifth Sector and he is highly against it. In the first episode, he wants to join the Raimon soccer club, but upon arrival, a mysterious team crushes the Raimon soccer club, including the second team. All the second team leaves and Tenma is tested before he joins the team. Now with his new friends, he and Raimon go against soccer being rigged by Fifth Sector and is determined to defend his soccer honor.

Chrono Stone[edit]

After Tenma returns from Okinawa from tutoring the local children about soccer, he returns to Raimon, only to discover that the soccer club has never existed. Alpha, a person who comes from El Dorado, a organization from the future hell-bent on destroying soccer, tries to erase Tenma's soccer memories. With the assistance of Fei Rune and Clark Wonderbot, both came from the future, Tenma and his friends must defeat El Dorado in order to return soccer to the world.

Galaxy[edit]

Football Frontier International Vision 2 (FFI V2) is being held, and all the best school soccer teams gathered in hope to gain a place in Shinsei Inazuma Japan, Japan's new national soccer team. But things are getting out of control when instead of skilled players, 8 soccer players who are new to soccer are selected, along with Tenma, Tsurugi and Shindō. The team is deemed to be a failure by both audience and Shindō himself, so what is happening? Will Shinsei Inazuma Japan be able to shine on the world stage, or is it too bad to even win a match?

Later, as Shinsei Inazuma Japan advanced through the Asia premilinaries, a terrible truth unfolds—FFIV2 is actually the premilinaries of District A of an interplanetary tournament: Grand Celesta Galaxy. In order to save Earth from elimination, Earth Eleven must win through the tournament against all kinds of aliens...

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

The Inazuma Eleven manga series, based on the video game series of the same name, was written and illustrated by Tenya Yabuno. It began publication in the June 2008 issue of the Shogakukan magazine CoroCoro Comic.

Anime television series[edit]

Opening songs
  1. Ten Made Todoke! (eps 1-18), by T-Pistonz+KMC
  2. Naseba Naru no sa Nanairo Tamago (eps 19-33), by T-Pistonz+KMC
  3. Ohayou! Shining Day (eps 34-47), by T-Pistonz+KMC
Ending songs
  1. Yappa Seishun (eps 1-18), by Sorano Aoi (CV: Kitahara Sayaka)
  2. Kanari Junjou (eps 19-33), by Sorano Aoi (CV: Kitahara Sayaka)
  3. Hajike-Yo!! (eps 34-47), by Sorano Aoi (CV: Kitahara Sayaka)
Opening songs (Season 2/Chrono Stone)
  1. Jounetsu de Mune ATSU! (eps 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15 & 17) by T-Pistonz+KMC
  2. Kandou Kyouyuu! (eps 2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16 & 18) by T-Pistonz+KMC
  3. Shoshin wo KEEP ON (eps 19-35) by T-Pistonz+KMC
  4. Raimei! Blue Train! (eps 36-) by T-Pistonz+KMC
Ending songs (Season 2/Chrono Stone)
  1. Natsu ga Yattekuru (eps 1-18) by Sorano Aoi (CV:Kitahara Sayaka)
  2. Te wo Tsunagou (eps 19-35) by Matsukaze Tenma (CV:Terasaki Yuka), Tsurugi Kyousuke (CV: Takashi Oohara) & Sorano Aoi (CV:Kitahara Sayaka)
  3. Bokutachi no Shiro (eps 36-39,41,43-46,48-50) by Matsukaze Tenma (CV:Terasaki Yuka), Tsurugi Kyousuke(CV: Takashi Oohara), Kirino Ranmaru (CV: Kobayashi Yuu), Shindou Takuto (CV: Mitsuki Saiga)& Nishizono Shinsuke (CV: Tomatsu Haruka)
  4. Seishun Oden (eps 40,42,47,51) Sorano Aoi (CV: Kitahara Sayaka), Yamana Akane (CV:Yurin), Seto Midori(CV: Mina), Nanobana Kinako(CV:Yuuki Aoi)
Opening songs (Season 3/Galaxy)
  1. Gachi de Katouze! (eps 1-17) by T-Pistonz+KMC
  2. Chikyuu wo Mawase! (eps 18-32) by T-Pistonz+KMC
  3. Supernova! (eps 33-?) by T-Pistonz+KMC
Ending songs (Season 3/Galaxy)
  1. Katte ni Cinderella (eps 1-17) by Sorano Aoi (CV:Kitahara Sayaka) and Morimura Konoha (CV:Yuuki Aoi )
  2. Fashion☆Uchuu Senshi (eps 18-32) by Sorano Aoi (CV:Kitahara Sayaka) and Mizukawa Minori (CV: Ayahi Takagaki)
  3. Arashi Tatsumaki Hurricane (eps 33-?) by Sorano Aoi (CV:Kitahara Sayaka) and Kobayashi Yuu

Anime films[edit]

The first animated film, Inazuma Eleven GO: Kyūkyoku no Kizuna Gurifon (イナズマイレブンGO 究極の絆 グリフォン?), premiered in Japanese theaters on December 23, 2011.

The July issue of Shogakukan's Monthly Corocoro Comic magazine is revealing an Inazuma Eleven GO vs. Danbōru Senki W film on Friday. More details will be in the following Monthly Corocoro Comic issue on July 14.

Inazuma Eleven GO: Chrono Stone (イナズマイレブンGO クロノ・ストーン?) is the latest anime television series based on Level-5's Inazuma Eleven soccer role-playing games. It premiered on April 17.

Danbōru Senki W is the second anime television series based on Level-5's Danbōru Senki "near-future, plastic-model-building role-playing game." It premiered on January 18. Dentsu Entertainment USA announced in August that it is bringing the first Danbōru Senki anime television series to the United States under the name Little Battlers eXperience.

References[edit]

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-06-12/inazuma-eleven-go-vs-danboru-senki-w-film-revealed

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