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The Six Warriors of the Six Worlds (シックス世界の6つの戦士 Shikkusu sekai no muttsu no senshi) is a Japanese-American/Canadian show made by IchokaSuzumi666. It is a crossover of 6 of the creator's favorite shows and animes. The edited version is rated TV-PG-V, and the uncut version is rated TV-MA.

The Six Warriors of the Six Worlds
TSWOTSW Title card copy

Created by

Dan Povenmire
Jeff "Swampy" Marsh
Trevor Bentley
Mauro Casalese
Rob Davies
Olaf Miller
Noizi Ito
Jennifer Pertsch
Tom McGillis
Ume Aoki
Takayuki Inagaki
Akiyuki Shinbo
Akihisa Ikeda
IchokaSuzumi666

Developed by

Atsuhiro Iwakami
Kevin Gillis
IchokaSuzumi666

Genre

Comedy
Friendship
Drama
Science-fiction
Fantasy
Supernatural
Action/Adventure

Story by

IchokaSuzumi666

Studios:

Fresh TV
Atomic Cartoons
Aniplex
Disney Animation Studios
Kyoto Animation
Gonzo

Distributed by:

Sentai Filmworks
Funimation Entertainment
Viz Media

Japanese Voice Cast:

Ryoko Nagata
Youko Honna
Aya Hirano
Yui Horie
Aoi Yuki
Nana Mizuki
Youhei Tadano
Hiroshi Iwasaki
Kunihiro Kawamoto
Emiri Kato

English Voice Cast:

Ashley Tisdale
Tajja Isen
Wendee Lee
Emilie-Claire Barlow
Christine Marie Cabanos
Alexis Tipton
Colleen Clinkenbeard
Dan Povenmire
Colin Fox
Dwayne Hill
Cassandra Lee

SummaryEdit

Candace Flynn has had enough of her brothers, Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, and decides to run away from Danville. She ends up in 5 different dimensions: the Atomic Betty dimension, the Haruhi Suzumiya dimension, the Total Drama dimension, the Puella Magi Madoka Magica dimension and the Rosario + Vampire dimension. But little does Candace know, her dimension and all of these others are in danger from all being taken over by Dr. Doofenshmirtz. When Candace does find out, she decides to stop him, and she, along with Betty Barrett, Haruhi Suzumiya, Courtney, Madoka Kaname and Moka Akashiya, becomes one of the Six Warriors as the leader. Can the Six Warriors stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz and save all of their worlds?

CharactersEdit

See also: List of The Warriors of the Worlds characters

The Six WarriorsEdit

  • Candace Flynn (CV: Ryoko Nagata [Japanese]; Ashley Tisdale [English])
  • Betty Barrett (CV: Youko Honna [Japanese]; Tajja Isen [English])
  • Haruhi Suzumiya (CV: Aya Hirano [Japanese]; Wendee Lee [English])
  • Courtney (CV: Yui Horie [Japanese]; Emilie-Claire Barlow [English])
  • Madoka Kaname (CV: Aoi Yuki [Japanese]; Christine Marie Cabanos [English])
  • Moka Akashiya (CV: Nana Mizuki [Japanese]; Alexis Tipton [Outer], Colleen Clinkenbeard [Inner] [English])

AntagnogistsEdit

  • Dr. Doofenshmirtz (CV: Youhei Tadano [Japanese]; Dan Povenmire [English])
  • Maximus IQ (CV: Hiroshi Iwasaki [Japanese]; Colin Fox [English])
  • Minimus PU (CV: Kunihiro Kawamoto [Japanese]; Dwayne Hill [English])
  • Kyubey (CV: Emiri Kato [Japanese]; Cassandra Lee [English])
  • Brian Yochizuki (CV: Daisuke Kishio [Japanese]; Greg Ayres [English])

OthersEdit

  • Phineas Flynn (CV: Kouki Miyata [Japanese]; Vincent Martella [English])
  • Ferb Fletcher (CV: Yuuki Masuda [Japanese]; Thomas Sangster [English])
  • Isabella Grace-Shapiro (CV: Shiho Kawaragi [Japanese]; Alyson Stoner [English])
  • Linda Flynn (CV: Junko Komiyama [Japanese]; Caroline Rhea [English])
  • Lawrence Fletcher (CV: Shouto Kashi [Japanese]; Richard O'Brien [English])
  • Sparky (CV: Hiroyuki Yoshino [Japanese]; Rick Miller [English])
  • X-5 (CV: Toshiyuki Morikawa [Japanese]; Bruce Hunter [English])
  • Admiral DeGill (CV: Testu Inada [Japanese]; Adrian Truss [English])
  • Chaz Lang (CV: Soichiro Hoshi [Japanese]; Scott McCord [English])
  • Regeena Peterson (CV: Minami Takayama [Japanese]; Leah Cudmore [English])
  • Penelope Lang (CV: Megumi Hazeyama [Japanese]; Catherine Disher [English])
  • Kyon (CV: Tomokazu Sugita [Japanese]; Crispin Freeman [English])
  • Yuki Nagato (CV: Minori Chihara [Japanese]; Michelle Ruff [English])
  • Mikuru Asahina (CV: Yuko Goto [Japanese]; Stephanie Sheh [English])
  • Itsuki Koizumi (CV: Daisuke Ono [Japanese]; Johnny Yong Bosch [English])
  • Emiri Kimidori (CV: Yuri Shiratori [Japanese]; Hynden Walch [English])
  • Tsuruya (CV: Yuki Matsuoka [Japanese]; Kari Wahlgren [English]
  • Ryoko Asakura (CV: Natsuko Kuwatani [Japanese]; Bridget Hoffman [English])
  • Miyuki Enomoto (CV: Mai Kadowaki [Japanese]; Michelle Ruff [English])
  • Takako Nakanishi (CV: Ryoko Nagata [Japanese]; Megan Hollingshead [English])
  • Mizuki Okajima (CV: Mina Hiroe [Japanese]; Patricia Lee [English])
  • Mai Zaizen (CV: Sara Nakayama [Japanese]; Kari Wahlgren [English])
  • Ezekiel (CV: Tomokazu Seki [Japanese]; Peter Oldring [English])
  • Eva (CV: Arisa Ogasawara [Japanese]; Julia Chantrey [English])
  • Noah (CV: Shotaro Morikubo [Japanese]; Carter Hayden [English])
  • Justin (CV: Daisuke Kishio [Japanese]; Adam Reid [English])
  • Katie (CV: Ai Nonaka [Japanese]; Stephanie Anne Mills [English])
  • Tyler (CV: Tomokazu Seki [Japanese]; Peter Oldring [English])
  • Izzy (CV: Chiwa Saito [Japanese]; Katie Crown [English])
  • Cody (CV: Miyu Irino [Japanese]; Peter Oldring [English])
  • Beth (CV: Rie Kugimiya [Japanese]; Sarah Gadon [English])
  • Sadie (CV: Kana Asumi [Japanese]; Lauren Lipson [English])
  • Harold (CV: Kenichi Suzumura [Japanese]; Brian Froud [English])
  • Trent (CV: Koki Uchiyama [Japanese]; Scott McCord [English])
  • Bridgette (CV: Aya Hirano [Japanese]; Kristin Farlie [English])
  • Lindsay (CV: Satomi Akesaka [Japanese]; Stephanie Anne Mills [English])
  • DJ (CV: Kenji Nomura [Japanese]; Cle Bennett [English])
  • Geoff (CV: Tetsuya Kakihara [Japanese]; Dan Petronijevic [English])
  • Leshawna (CV: Yuu Kobayashi [Japanese]; Novie Edwards [English])
  • Duncan (CV: Noriaki Sugiyama [Japanese]; Drew Nelson [English])
  • Heather (CV: Junko Minagawa [Japanese]; Rachel Wilson [English])
  • Gwen (CV: Saeko Chiba [Japanese]; Megan Fahlenbock [English])
  • Owen (CV: Toshihiko Seki [Japanese]; Scott McCord [English])
  • Chris Mclean (CV: Keiji Fujiwara [Japanese]; Christian Potenza [English])
  • Sierra (CV: Ami Koshimizu [Japanese]; Annick Obonsawin [English])
  • Alejandro (CV: Yuji Ueda [Japanese]; Marco Grazzini [English])
  • Cameron (CV: Hiroyuki Yoshina [Japanese], Kevin Duhaney [English])
  • Jo (CV: Arisa Ogasawara [Japanese], Laurie Elliot [English])
  • Lightning (CV: Kappei Yamaguchi [Japanese], Tyrone Savage [English])
  • Mike (CV: Junichi Kanemaru [Japanese], Cory Doran [English])
  • Sam (CV: Hidekazu Ichinose [Japanese], Brian Froud [English])
  • Scott (CV: Tomokazu Seki [Japanese], James Wallis [English])
  • Zoey (CV: Sayuri Yahagi [Japanese], Barbara Mamabolo [English])
  • Homura Akemi (CV: Chiwa Saito [Japanese]; Cristina Vee [English])
  • Sayaka Miki (CV: Eri Kitamura [Japanese]; Sarah Williams [English])
  • Mami Tomoe (CV: Kaori Mizuhashi [Japanese]; Carrie Keranen [English])
  • Kyoko Sakura (CV: Ai Nonaka [Japanese]; Lauren Landa [English])
  • Tsukune Aono (CV: Daisuke Kishio [Japanese]; Todd Haberkorn [English])
  • Kurumu Kurono (CV: Misato Fukuen [Japanese]; Brina Palencia [English])
  • Yukari Sendo (CV: Kimiko Koyama [Japanese]; Monica Rial [English])
  • Mizore Shirayuki (CV: Rie Kugimiya [Japanese]; Tia Ballard [English])
  • Ruby Toujo (CV: Saeko Chiba [Japanese]; Leah Clark [English])
  • Kokoa Shuzen (CV: Chiwa Saito [Japanese]; Kira Vincent-Davis [English])

EpisodesEdit

List of The Six Warriors of the Six Worlds episodes

There is going to be 13 episodes per season, and there will be 4 seasons. Therefore, there will be 52 episodes. In Japan, the series will air in the same channels that showed "Rosario + Vampire", all of them being uncut except for on the Kids Station. In the United States, the edited version, distributed by Viz Media, aired on Cartoon Network, NaruIchi97 Television's Sister Channel AtomicRanger97 Network [as part of Toonami] and The Hub, and the uncut version, distributed by both Funimation Entertainment and Sentai Filmworks (it would've been distributed by Bandai Entertainment instead of Sentai Filmworks if they continued to distribute anime), aired on both Totally Anime Channel (making it the first time they aired the uncut version of an anime) and Toonami on Adult Swim. It first aired in Japan on June 24, 2012, and first aired in America a week later on July 1, 2012. It made an international TV premiere on July 22, 2012. It ended in Japan on June 16, 2013, and it ended in America one week later, on June 23, 2013. On October 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2014, 4 OVAs under the title "The Six Warriors of the Six Worlds: Time At The Beach!" were launched in Japan and altogether on DVD in America on February 7, 2015; although they obviously aren't hentai OVAs, these OVAs were more adult-oriented than the original series.

International AiringsEdit

  • Japan - Tokyo MX, Chiba TV, TV Kanagawa, TV Saitama, TV Osaka, TV Aichi, Aomori Broadcasting Corporation (Uncut), Kids Station (Edited)
  • United States - Cartoon Network, AtomicRanger97 Network [Toonami], The Hub (Edited), Totally Anime Channel, Adult Swim [Toonami] (Uncut)
  • Latin America - I-Sat (Edited; please note that the uncut version was released on DVD)
  • Asia - Animax (Both; Edited during the day, uncut at night), Okto (Singapore; uncut)
  • Europe - Cartoon Network [Adult Swim/UK], 2x2 [Russia] (Uncut)
  • Africa - Animax (Uncut)

SongsEdit

Openings and EndingsEdit

Insert SongsEdit

Character SongsEdit

Instumental versions of these songs are played in their transformations, as well.

2015 spin-off sequel and movieEdit

See also: The Nine Warriors of the Nine Worlds
See also: The Warriors of the Worlds: The Movie

After finishing the production of The Six Warriors of the Six Worlds, the creator began to work on a spin-off/sequel to the series, named The Nine Warriors of the Nine Worlds. Instead of a six-way crossover between "Phineas and Ferb", "Atomic Betty", "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya", "Total Drama", "Puella Magi Madoka Magica", and "Rosario + Vampire", it will be a nine-way crossover between "The World God Only Knows", "B Gata H Kei", "Adventure Time", "Regular Show", "A Little Snow Fairy Sugar", "Lucky Star", "The Fairly OddParents", "The Mighty B!", and "Kanon". It will be rated TV-MA. It was originally scheduled to air in Japan in January 2015 and in America in March 2015, but it was moved to July 16, 2015 for Japan and November 2015 for America. It will also have 26 episodes per season, with only 1 season, and it will be distributed in English by Funimation Entertainment and Sentai Filmworks.

The creator also came up with the idea for a movie to wrap up the series altogether, which will be a crossover of all 15 series, as well as "Tamako Market". The movie was originally scheduled to premiere in theaters in August 2015 in both Japan and America, but it has been moved to May 2016 for Japan and June 2016 for America. The movie will have an English dub, although there were originally no plans for one.

GalleryEdit

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