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Gatchaman II is a sequel to Gatchaman but the adaptations are totally unrelated. Gatchaman was actually dubbed twice, first as Battle of the Planets then as G-Force. Eagle Riders wasn't made by the same company as either of those, so it's not in continuity with them (if it wass in continuity, wouldn't the cast all have the same names as in BOTP? They don't). Basically, it should look like BOTF and Eagle Riders are different series, because they're only connected in Japan. B-Daman Fireblast and Crossfire '''are''' both by the same dubbing company, so I don't know why you mentioned that, it's irrelevant.
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Gatchaman II is a sequel to Gatchaman but the adaptations are totally unrelated. Gatchaman was actually dubbed twice, first as Battle of the Planets then as G-Force. Eagle Riders wasn't made by the same company as either of those, so it's not in continuity with them (if it was in continuity, wouldn't the cast all have the same names as in BOTP? They don't). Basically, it should look like BOTF and Eagle Riders are different series, because they're only connected in Japan. B-Daman Fireblast and Crossfire '''are''' both by the same dubbing company, so I don't know why you mentioned that, it's irrelevant.

Latest revision as of 17:53, February 25, 2015

Gatchaman II is a sequel to Gatchaman but the adaptations are totally unrelated. Gatchaman was actually dubbed twice, first as Battle of the Planets then as G-Force. Eagle Riders wasn't made by the same company as either of those, so it's not in continuity with them (if it was in continuity, wouldn't the cast all have the same names as in BOTP? They don't). Basically, it should look like BOTF and Eagle Riders are different series, because they're only connected in Japan. B-Daman Fireblast and Crossfire are both by the same dubbing company, so I don't know why you mentioned that, it's irrelevant.

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