Bt X Anime and Bt X Neo OVA are streamed on Tubi TV.

In 1996, a 25-episode series aired in Japan, and in 1997 a 14-episode OVA series launched.

The B’t X television anime series and its follow-up, the B’TX Neo original video animation (OVA), are both available on Tubi TV. The organization is broadcasting the most current English dub from Anime Midstream.

In 1996, Japan began airing the original 25-episode television series.

The series was produced by TMS Entertainment, under the direction of Mamoru Hamatsu (Lupin III: Return of Pycal, Glass Mask, Legendary Armor Samurai Troopers).

As stated on Tubi TV, the anime is

When the Machine Empire, whose sophisticated B’t mechas govern with an iron grip, kidnaps Teppei’s brother Kotaro, Teppei embarks on a perilous rescue expedition. He brings back the fabled B’t named X just when all seemed gone.

In 1997, the 14-episode OVA series B’TX Neo made its debut. (Note: The first 13 episodes are the only ones available on Tubi TV.) Yoshiyuki Suga (Saint Seiya, Slam Dunk) oversaw the series composition at TMS Entertainment, while the series was directed by Hajime Kamegaki (Fushigi Yugi, Air Gear). According to Tubi TV’s description of the anime, Teppei keeps fighting to protect his brother Kotaro Takamiya and the rest of the planet from the Machine Empire and the B’t Raphael.

The series is based on Masami Kurumada’s same-named manga (Saint Seiya). Between 2004 and 2010, Tokyopop distributed all 16 volumes of the series in North America before closing its North American publishing branch.

In August 2018 and April 2019, Anime Midstream published the television anime and OVA, respectively, on DVD.

Prior to canceling the remaining DVD releases, Illumitoon Entertainment had already published two DVD volumes of the television anime series in 2007 with English subtitles and an English dub.

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