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Created by:


Developed by:

Fresh TV
Toei Company Ltd.



Story by:



Image Corporation Entertainment
Toei Animation
Fresh TV


Thunderwing Entertainment
Saban Brands (English Dub)
Toei Company Ltd. (Japanese Dub)
Marathon Media (French Dub)
Vietnam Television (Vietnamese Dub)

X-Justice (X-ジャスティス Kurosujasutisu, pronounced Cross Justice) is a Japanese-Canadian/American animated series from Thunderwing Entertainment, in collaboration with Teletoon, Toei Company Ltd. and Fresh TV. It was a spin-off of Eternal Cross.




Sulta High studentsEdit

  • Shen Kuza
  • Koji Minamoto (from Digimon Frontier)
  • Nazz (from Ed, Edd n Eddy)
  • Kevin (from Ed, Edd n Eddy)

International AiringsEdit

  • United States - Cartoon Network, MP6 Network, Vortexx on CW
  • Canada - Teletoon, Cartoon Network (Canada)
  • Japan - TV Asahi, Toei Channel, Foreign Plug (a Sunday morning block on MP6Kanji)
  • Asia - Toonami Asia, VTV3 (Vietnam)
  • Europe - France 3 (France), Disney XD (some countries)
  • Australia - ABC3
  • Korea - KBS
  • Hong Kong - TVB Jade, TVB Pearl (English Dub)

Japanese VersionEdit

A Japanese dub known as, "X-ジャスティス", was planned by Toei Company Ltd. and MP6. It is set to air on TV Asahi, Toei Channel, and Foreign Plug on MP6Kanji in a month after the premiere of US original English dub.

Other MediaEdit

X-Justice x Eternal Cross: Battle ArenaEdit

A crossover fighting game developed by MP6 Interactive and Eighting, and published by Capcom. It will be released for Wii U, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2014. It was also released along with NaruIchi97 AllStars Harmony Unleashed x My Little Pony: Fighting Is Magic: Rainbow Dawn Dissidia, known as "MasterPikachu6 x NaruIchi97: Crossfire - Rainbow Dawn Dissidia x Battle Arena" in arcades in October 2013 and November in consoles as a dual game to announce another crossover 2.5D fighting game with the same name as "MasterPikachu6 x NaruIchi97: Crossfire - Rainbow Dawn Dissidia x Battle Arena" with the subtitle "Calibur Brawlers" by MP6 Interactive, Eighting & Capcom and the NaruIchi97 x MasterPikachu6 as a 2D fighting game with the subtitle "Desperate Trigger" by A.M. Games, Arc System Works & Bandai Namco Games.

X-Justice: Cyber WarEdit

A action video game developed by MP6 Interactive and Inti Creates, and published by Namco Bandai, released for Nintendo 3DS.

X-Justice: BACKFIREEdit

A graphic novel series published by Oni Press.


Bandai and MP6 announce a X-Justice toyline known as, "Eternal Cross: X-Justice", although it's nothing to do with the original Eternal Cross series.


X-Justice - The Deadly GameEdit

More information TBA

X-Justice x Harmony Unleashed: Spirit Brony High - Wings of ChangeEdit

A collaboration crossover movie between MP6's X-Justice and NI97's HU:SBH., part of MasterPikachu6 X NaruIchi97 Franchise. It was produced by Image Corporation Entertainment, Toei Animation, Production I.G., and Tatsunoko Production. Distributed by Toei Company Ltd., Bandai Visual, and Thunderwing Media Japan.


HU: Spirit Brony High crossover movieEdit

MP6 tells NI97 that he will be making a crossover movie between his new crossover series and NI97's Harmony Unleashed: Spirit Brony High. It is unknown if it's X-Justice. MP6 confirms the new MP6xNI97 "X-Justice X Harmony Unleashed: Spirit Brony High - Wings of Change", meaning the rumor will be true.


  • Shen Kuza's original name, Shen Kazama, is a pun of a Tekken character (Jin Kazama).



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