From 7 January, from Monday to Friday at 7.40, 15.50 pm and 21.00 pm
Saturday and Sunday at 9.10 and 14.10 on Cartoon Network
|Original title: Konjiki no Gash Bell !!|
Characters: Kiyo Takamine & Zatch Bell, Tia & Megumi Oumi, Kanchome & Parco Folgore, Kido & Dottor Rebus, Ponygon & Kafka Sumbeam, Brago & Sherry Bellmont, Wonrei & Li-Yen, Wiseman & Kotoha, Zofis & Koko, Zeno & Dufort, Riou & Banikis, Grisor & Doctor Hagaze, Grisor, Magister, Pamoon & Lance, Bari & Gustav, Belgim EC & Daria, Tsao-Lon & Gensou, Demolt & Roberto Vile
Author: Makoto Raiku
Production: Toei Animation
Regia: Tetsuji Nakamura, Yukio Kaizawa
Year: 6 April 2003
Broadcast in Italy: January 7, 2008
Gender: Adventure / Fantasy
Episodes: 150 mm
Duration: 25 minutes
Recommended age: Children from 6 to 12 years old
Every 1.000 years, 100 Mamodo (aka sprites with incredible powers) descend to Earth to confront each other and thus determine who will become the new King of the Mamodo World.
Every spirit needs a human partner, thanks to which it can use the spells written in its very precious book: if the latter is burned, the Mamodo owner of the text returns to the World of Mamodo thus being excluded from the battle.
The books contain spells that only the human partner can read and have different colors (with relative different powers) for each spirit. The last Mamodo who will remain on Earth, survivor of the great duels and battles, will become the new King.
The main (human) character, Kiyo, is a brilliant 14-year-old student. His father discovers, in an English forest, an unconscious Mamodo, Zatch, and sends him to his son's house begging him to be his teacher. Unlike all the other Mamodos, Zatch has lost his memory and does not remember anything about the World of Mamodo ...
Exclusively on Cartoon Network, the new ZATCH BELL series, signed by the well-known production company Toei. From 7 January, the first 26 episodes of the first TV season aired every day on the "cartoon network".
Zatch Bell is copyright Toei Animation and are used here for cognitive and informative purposes.