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Bubblegum Crash
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(Baburugamu Kurasshu!)
Genre Cyberpunk, Action
Original video animation
Director Hiroshi Ishiodori, Hiroyuki Fukushima
Studio AIC
Released 1991
Episodes 3
Anime and Manga Portal

Bubblegum Crash (バブルガムクラッシュ! Baburugamu Kurasshu! ?) is a three-part original video animation sequel Bubblegum Crisis.

After the split between Artmic and Youmex, Youmex proceeded to make a sequel on their own, Bubblegum Crash, which ran three OVA episodes and is conjectured that it was a shortened version of how Crisis was to end. Artmic promptly sued Youmex, cutting Crash short and tying the entire franchise up in legal issues for the next several years.


It is 2034, and the Knight Sabers seem to be finished; each of its members - except Nene - have seemlingly drifted off to pursue their own goals. But at the same time, parts of a unique artificial intelligence are stolen by several villains acting under the orders of a mysterious voice.

Unexpectedly, Sylia resurfaces and prepares her teammates for battle. And as a gigantic machine drills its way to Mega Tokyo's main nuclear power plant, they meet again with an old and deadly enemy.


Sylia Stingray Voiced by: Yoshiko Sakakibara (Japanese), Jemila Ericson (English)
Nene Romanova Voiced by: Hiramatsu Akiko (Japanese), Susan Grillo (English)
Linna Yamazaki Voiced by: Tomizawa Michie (Japanese), Elizabeth Becka (English)
Priscilla S. Asagiri Voiced by: Ryoko Tachikawa (Japanese), Sinda Nichols (English)
Leon McNichol Voiced by: Toshio Furukawa (Japanese), Brad Moranz (English)
Daley Wong Voiced by: Kenyuu Horiuchi (Japanese), Marshall Carroll (English)

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Bubblegum Crash

Developer(s) Naxat Soft
Publisher(s) NEC
Release date PC-Engine:
December 6, 1991 (JP)
Genre Interactive fiction
Mode(s) Single player
Age rating(s) N/A
Platform(s) PC-Engine
Media HuCard
Input Turbo Pad
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

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