Gaist Crusher (partially found English dub of anime series; 2016-2017)


Gaist Crusher (English dub)
Key art from the anime series.
Key art from the anime series.
Status Partially Found

Gaist Crusher is a Japanese media franchise consisting of video games, manga, toys and a TV anime by Capcom, Shueshia, Bandai and Studio Pierrot. The anime series premeired on TV Tokyo on October 2, 2013 and concluded after 51 episodes on October 1, 2014.

An English dub of the anime series was recorded in Hong Kong and premiered on Toonami Asia in April 2016.[1][2] The series has seen no official home video releases.

Video capper Toon India/Subhraneel was able to record part of the series but lost access to the show after Toonami Asia changed its Indian lineup to focus on retro cartoons.[3] Before the format change, he capped the first 8 episodes of the show.[4] The remaining 43 episodes are lost.

Surfaced content

A Toonami Asia show promo.
Gaist Crusher Toonami Ending song.
Toonami Asia Gaist Crusher New Episodes promo.

References

  1. Michael Pizzuto: "Having fun voicing the latest show “Gaist Crusher”!" Retrieved August 21, 2017.
  2. Toonami Asia: "When metallic life forms known as Gaist emerge from the underground to attack, only a crew known as the Gear Gaist can save the day. Follow the adventures of Rekka, Hayato, Kurama, & Shiren in the brand new show Gaist Crusher, every weekend at 11am during #AnimeSiege" Retrieved August 21, 2017.
  3. Gaist Crusher English Dubbed Episodes (Toonami India) Retrieved August 21, 2017. (Registration Required)
  4. MEGA folder link Retrieved August 21, 2017.

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Anonymous user #1

6 days ago
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i just looked at toonami asia's schedule and it appears that gaist crusher still airs there. is there anyone that lives in a market where they air toonami asia that could possibly capture it?
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