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Aikatsu Stars!
Aikatsu Stars! (アイカツスターズ!, Aikatsu Sutāzu!) is an arcade collectible card game in Bandai's Data Carddass line of machines, which was launched in May 2016. It is the successor to the Aikatsu!
Aikatsu!
series of arcade games. The game revolves around using collectible cards featuring various clothes to help aspiring idols pass auditions. An anime television adaptation by BN Pictures began airing on TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo
from April 7, 2016 to March 29, 2018. It was succeeded by Aikatsu Friends! on April 5, 2018.[1]Contents1 Summary 2 Media2.1 Game2.1.1 Anime 2.1.2 Music2.2 Anime
Anime
opening theme songs 2.3 Anime
Anime
ending theme songs3 See also 4 References 5 External linksSummary[edit] See also: List of Aikatsu Stars! characters The series features a new protagonist named Yume Nijino
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Japanese Idol
In Japanese pop culture "idol" (アイドル, aidoru, a Japanese rendering of the English word "idol") is a term typically used to refer to young manufactured stars/starlets marketed to be admired for their cuteness. Idols are intended to be role models. They are supposed to maintain a good public image and be good examples for young people. Idols aim to play a wide range of roles as media personalities (tarento): e.g. pop singers, panelists of variety programs, bit-part actors, models for magazines and advertisements.[7][8][9][10][11][12][13] The term is commercialized by Japanese talent agencies,[14] that hold auditions for boys and girls with little or no prior experience in the entertainment industry, often as aspiring stars/starlets to be adored for their sweetness and innocence[14] with the intent of creating a passionate following
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Data Carddass
Data Carddass (データカードダス, Dēta Kādodasu) is a series of Japanese arcade machines created by Bandai, which largely focus around the use of collectible trading cards. It is an expansion of Bandai's Carddass collectible card series, which allows players to use special cards to interact with games. Many of these machines revolve around various anime and tokusatsu franchises owned by Bandai. The machines first began release in Japanese arcade from March 2005.Contents1 Overview 2 Series2.1 Ongoing series 2.2 Retired series3 References 4 External linksOverview[edit] Data Carddass make use of special Carddass cards with data stored on them. These collectible cards can be read by various Data Carddass machines in order to interact with the game. For example, in Aikatsu!, a game revolving around fashion, players can scan cards featuring various clothes to make their character wear them
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The Ultraman
Ultraman
Ultraman
(ウルトラマン, Urutoraman) is a Japanese tokusatsu science fiction television series created by Eiji Tsuburaya. Ultraman is a follow-up to Ultra Q, though not technically a sequel or spin-off. The show was produced by Tsuburaya Productions
Tsuburaya Productions
and was broadcast on Tokyo Broadcasting System
Tokyo Broadcasting System
(TBS) from July 17, 1966 to April 9, 1967, with a total of 39 episodes (40, counting the pre-premiere special that aired on July 10, 1966). After Ultraman premiered on TBS, it topped the average set by Ultra Q
Ultra Q
and kept climbing each week, marking the show as a success.[1] Although Ultraman
Ultraman
is the first series to feature an Ultraman character, it is actually the second installment in the Ultra Series, with Ultra Q
Ultra Q
being the first
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Anime
Anime
Anime
(/ˈænəˌmeɪ/ (Japanese: アニメ, [aɲime] ( listen), plural: anime))[a] is a style of hand-drawn and computer animation originating in, and commonly associated with, Japan. The word anime is the Japanese term for animation, which means all forms of animated media.[1] Outside Japan, anime refers specifically to animation from Japan
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Dirty Pair
Dirt
Dirt
is unclean matter, especially when in contact with a person's clothes, skin or possessions when they are said to become dirty. Common types of dirt include:dust — a general powder of organic or mineral matter filth — foul matter such as excrement grime — a black, ingrained dust such as soot soil — the mix of clay, sand, and humus which lies on top of bedrockContents1 Exhibitions and studies 2 Cleaning 3 Disposal 4 Health 5 Neurosis 6 References 7 Further reading 8 External linksExhibitions and studies[edit] A season of artworks and exhibits on the theme of dirt was sponsored by the Wellcome Trust
Wellcome Trust
in 2011
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Heavy Metal L-Gaim
Heavy may refer to:Measures[edit] Heavy (aviation), a term used by pilots and air traffic controllers to refer to aircraft capable of 300,000 lbs or more takeoff weight Heavy, a characterization of objects with substantial weight Heavy, a type of strength of Scottish beer Heavy reader, a reader of 21 or more books per year, according to the
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AT-X (company)
AT-X (アニメシアターX, Anime
Anime
Shiatā Ekkusu, lit. "Anime Theater X") is a Japanese anime television network owned by AT-X, Inc. (株式会社エー・ティー・エックス, Kabushiki kaisha Ē-Tī-Ekkusu). AT-X, Inc. was founded on June 26, 2000 as a subsidiary of TV Tokyo
Tokyo
Medianet, which, in turn, is a subsidiary of TV Tokyo(TXN). Its headquarters are in Minato, Tokyo. AT-X network has been broadcasting anime via satellite and cable since December 24, 1997. Their slogan is Wan ranku ue no anime senmon chan'neru (ワンランク上のアニメ専門チャンネル, lit
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TV Tokyo
TV Tokyo
Tokyo
Corporation (or TX) (株式会社テレビ東京, Kabushiki-gaisha Terebi Tōkyō) TYO: 9413 is a television station headquartered in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan.[1] Also known as "Teleto" (テレ東, Teretō), a blend of "terebi" and "Tokyo", it is the flagship station of TX Network. It is one of the major Tokyo television stations, particularly specializing in anime
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Blue Comet SPT Layzner
Blue Comet SPT Layzner
Blue Comet SPT Layzner
(蒼き流星SPTレイズナー, Aoki Ryūsei Esu Pī Tī Reizunā), sometimes translated as Blue Meteor SPT Layzner, is an anime series produced by Sunrise between 1985 and 1986. Its original creator was Ryōsuke Takahashi who served as the director.[citation needed]Contents1 Story 2 Theme songs 3 Cast 4 US Release 5 Video games 6 References 7 External linksStory[edit]SPT interior mechanismsThe story takes place in 1996, where humanity is advanced enough to develop long-range space travel, as well as bases on both the Moon and Mars
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Fang Of The Sun Dougram
Fang of the Sun Dougram
Fang of the Sun Dougram
(太陽の牙ダグラム, Taiyō no Kiba Daguramu) is a 75-episode anime television series, created by Ryosuke Takahashi and Sunrise, and aired in Japan
Japan
from October 23, 1981 to March 25, 1983 on TV Tokyo. A 1983 full-length feature film, Dougram: Documentary of the Fang of the Sun, summarized the series.Contents1 Plot 2 Voice actors 3 Combat Armors 4 Influence 5 Merchandising 6 Release outside Japan 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksPlot[edit] The series begins in a desert on the colony planet Deloyer, where the remains of a destroyed robot are resting as a red-haired woman is standing in front of it. The woman hallucinates what appears to be a group of armed soldiers alongside the robot in a non-destroyed state. A man named Rocky appears, leading to the woman running into his embrace where she cries tears of joy
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Tōshō Daimos
Tōshō Daimos
Tōshō Daimos
(闘将ダイモス, Tōshō Daimosu, "Fighting General Daimos") is a Japanese anime television series produced by Sunrise. Daimos is the third installment of the Robot Romance Trilogy, following Chōdenji Robo Combattler V
Combattler V
and Chōdenji Machine Voltes V. It ran from 1 April 1978 to 27 January 1979 and consisted of 44 episodes. A movie with the pivotal episodes strung together titled Starbirds was released in the US by the same company that released Tranzor Z. The name Daimos is derived from Deimos, one of the two moons of Mars. Outside Japan, the show also aired in the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand
Thailand
and Italy
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Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3
The Unchallengeable Daitarn 3 (無敵鋼人ダイターン3, Muteki Kōjin Daitān 3, lit. Invincible Steel Man Daitarn 3) is an anime series created by Yoshiyuki Tomino
Yoshiyuki Tomino
and Hajime Yatate, and produced by Sunrise. It was first broadcast on Japanese TV in 1978. The series lasted for 40 episodes. The opening theme Come Here! Daitarn 3 is sung by Makoto Fujiwara. Despite being relatively unsuccessful in Japan, the series became very popular abroad, especially in Italy
Italy
during the early 80's.Contents1 Plot 2 History 3 Characters3.1 Main Characters 3.2 Meganoids 3.3 Other Characters4 Daitarn 3 5 Megaborg and Megaborg-like Entities 6 Video games 7 External linksPlot[edit] Sōzō Haran was a brilliant scientist who was conducting research on Mars. He created a form of cyborg life with the ability to think for itself
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Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
Cyborg 009
(Japanese: サイボーグゼロゼロナイン, Hepburn: Saibōgu Zero-Zero-Nain) is a manga created by Shotaro Ishinomori. It was serialized in many different Japanese magazines, including Monthly Shōnen King, Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Shōnen Big Comic, COM, Shōjo Comic, Weekly Shōnen Sunday, Monthly Shōnen Jump, and Monthly Comic Nora
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Mobile Suit Gundam
Mobile Suit Gundam
Gundam
(Japanese: 機動戦士ガンダム, Hepburn: Kidō Senshi Gandamu, also known as First Gundam, Gundam
Gundam
0079 or simply Gundam
Gundam
'79) is a televised anime series, produced and animated by Sunrise. Created and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, it premiered in Japan on Nagoya Broadcasting Network
Nagoya Broadcasting Network
and its affiliated ANN stations on April 7, 1979, and lasted until January 26, 1980, spanning 43 episodes. It was the very first Gundam
Gundam
series, which has subsequently been adapted into numerous sequels and spin-offs
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Invincible Robo Trider G7
Invincible Robo Trider G7
Invincible Robo Trider G7
(無敵ロボトライダーG7, Muteki Robo Toraidā Jī Sebun) is a Japanese mecha anime television series produced by Sunrise that aired from 1980 to 1981. It was also referred to as "Trider G7", "Unchallengeable Trider G7", "Tryder G7", "Bird Attack Tryder G7" and "Unrivaled Robot Trider G7". The story follows sixth-grader Watta Takeo's life as he balances his school life, being the president of a company, and battling a robotic empire from outer space
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