In this article I hope to shed some light on the new collecting craze that is dominating the attentions of millions of children around the World.
Bakugan Battle Brawlers started out in Japan back in 2007 as a cartoon(Anime).
Later on the program was translated into English and made it's debut in Canada on the cartoon program Teletoon.
In 2008 the program made it's way to the U.
and premiered on the Cartoon Network.
The same time the Anime show aired on the Cartoon Network, the trading card game was released.
The Bakugan Booster Packs and Trading Card Game have not even been on the market for one year, and are just on the climb to be one of the best selling of all time Trading Card games.
The Bakugan Cartoon is about a group of children who battle to save the earth from destruction, using the gate cards found in the Bakugan Booster Packs, and the Bakugan.
It is the age old classic of good vs evil.
The Bakugan are balls that transform into monsters ready for battle, similar to the concept of Pokemon with the PokeBalls, and Pokemon emerging from the balls to battle each other.
The game of Bakugan is gaining in popularity so fast because it allows children to play, exactly like the characters on the cartoon series.
A great thing about the Bakugan trading card game is that you don't have to spend a lot of money to get started, although the collecting aspect, and desire to collect them all might start to add up quite a bit.
The good thing is the wide age group of children that can learn and start playing right away.
The game recommends ages 4 and up, but the younger ones might need a little bit of assistance with the math of adding and subtracting the g-points in battle.
If we take the Pokemon Series as a gauge of how popular the Bakuman Booster Packs and the Bakugan Trading Card game might be, get ready parents for the long haul.
In a Survey of parents with children who own Bakugan Trading Cards and play the game, the results were very favorable, with most parents commenting that there children are entertained for hours, and no TV or Video game is involved.
There are six different colors of Bakugan including Blue, Green, Red, Black, Brown, and White, and all the different colors represent the different planets that the Bakugan come from.
The games maker states that there are over 150 different Bakugan and 200 different trading cards that have been released, and more are on the way.
During the Christmas season it was almost impossible to find any type of Bakugan Booster packs or accessories in the stores, which of course led some retailers to boost the prices beyond what they should be.
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