Series Credits

The Original Anime

Bubblegum Crisis was originally a direct to video anime series in Japan. It premiered in 1987 and lasted for eight releases until 1991. All the work for the series was done by AIC/Artmic and featured work by some of the biggest names in anime today.

After eight episodes, the series spawned a series of music videos called "Hurricane Live" which featured songs from the series set to both clips of the animation, and a few concerts performed by the voice talent. There was also a spin off three-video prequel series called "AD Police Files." A direct sequel series "Bubblegum Crash!" also ran three episodes, and completed the story.

In late 1998, a TV series called "Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040" premiered on TV Tokyo. It was jointly funded by AIC and the American anime video company, AD Vision. 2040 was a complete reboot of the story, and featured some drastically different design work. 2040 also gave rise to an AD Police TV series, and the Parasite Dolls video series. In 2002, there was an announcement of a sequel, but since AD Vision has since folded and there is to date no further information, we can assume that project is dead.

Most recently, a live-action film treatment of Bubblegum Crisis is in production as of 2010, slated for release in "the near future".

Note: Forward Momentum Productions has no affiliation with the above companies and projects whatsoever. Bubblegum is NOT our original work, we are merely producing a fan-made audio drama based in the universe.

Our Stories

It took the efforts of a great many people to bring this series to release. I want ot hank the cast for their efforts in breathing life into the characters. This just isn’t possible without them.

- Dev

Written and directed by Devin Cox, based on the original Bubblegum Crisis anime.

Vocal Credits:

Dylan Spencer as the Narrator

Taylor Carlson as Priss

Kristyn Yearington as Ceilia Stingray

Edwyn Tiong as Brian J. Mason

Rina Adachi as Lena Yamazaki

Mike Dent as Mackie Stingray

Chris Walker as Henderson

Jen Rhodes as Kate Madigan

Christoper Stadther as Leon McNichol

Eric Olp as Richard Decker and Daley Wong

Devlin James as Quincy Rosenkroitz

Michael Valenzuela as Thomas Flint

Carl Gosline as the airport and Cybergenics techs

Kuchiki Huda as Mason's secretary and Naoko Tanaka

The Music of Megatokyo: Arc 1 - Blades

Most of the music heard in BGCAD is drawn from the original Bubblegum Crisis anime, both the first OVA episodes and the later Tokyo 2040 version. However, for use in the audio drama, it is often necessary to trim music to fit, or alter the overall pitch or tempo of a piece. This means that while the list of source materials is accurate, some music will not be exactly as heard in the finished work.

Episode One

"MEGA Tokyo, 2034"
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

"Damage Heart"
Bubblegum Crisis #6 (Red Eyes) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Anri and Sylvie"
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Tall Friend"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Dangerous"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Waiting For You - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original closing
Composed by Sudou Akira

Episode Two

"River Flow"
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

"Never the End (Karaoke version)"
Bubblegum Crisis #7 (Double Vision) soundtrack
Verify: Kouji Makaino

"Flint no Subaku"
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Dangerous"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Boomer Menace"
Bubblegum Crisis #1 soundtrack
Composer: Kouji Makaino

"Awakening"
Bubblegum Crisis #1 soundtrack
Composer: Kouji Makaino

"Dream"
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Data Bank"
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Genom Tower"
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Runaway"
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Monster Machine II"
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Verify: Kouji Makaino

"Griffon"
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Waiting For You " Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original closing
Composed by Sudou Akira

Episode Three

"10:30 am"
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

"Bloody Killer"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born to Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Instinctive"
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Tall Friend"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born to Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Detective Girl"
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Fight For Justice"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born to Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Tokyo, 2032"
Bubblegum Crisis #1 soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Awakening"
Bubblegum Crisis #1 soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Knight Sabers Madness"
Bubblegum Crisis #6 (Red Eyes) soundtrack
Composer: Kouji Makaino

"Battle Police"
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composer: Nakazawa Takehito

"Knight Sabers"
Bubblegum Crisis #1 soundtrack
Composer: Kouji Makaino

"Waiting For You - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original closing
Composed by Sudou Akira

Episode Four

"Detective Girl"
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

"Instinctive"
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Curious Girl"
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Illegal Army"
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Angels In The Night"
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Sheer Greed"
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Mercenary"
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Monster Machine"
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Survival Escape"
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Dangerous"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born to Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Bloody Killer"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born to Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Through the Danger"
Dirty Pair: Project Eden OST
Composed by: Kenzou Shiguma

"Knuckle of Fire"
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born to Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Mind Space"
Bubblegum Crash #3 (Melt Down) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Konya wa Hurricane (There's a Hurricane Tonight)"
Bubblegum Crisis #1 soundtrack
Performed by by: Kinuko Omori

Written and directed by Devin Cox, based on the original Bubblegum Crisis anime.

Vocal Credits:

Dylan Spencer as the Narrator

Taylor Carlson as Priss

Kristyn Mass as Celia Stingray

Lindsey Steindler as Nene Romanova

Edwyn Tiong as Brian J. Mason

Rina Adachi as Lena Yamazaki

Mike Dent as Mackie Stingray

Chris Walker as Henderson

Christoper Stadther as Leon McNichol

Eric Olp as Daley Wong, and Richard Decker

Devlin James as Quincy Rosenkroitz

Nathan P. Butler as Gene Stanley

Tanya Milojevic as Irene Chang and Amanda

Alex Gilmour as Kenneth Rhodes

Will Knavison as the Genom Spokesman and Mike Newcastle

Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Sylvie and Reika Chang

Carl Gosline as the Casting Director.

Chase Johnson as Eric Yamada and the Tin Man

The Music of Megatokyo: Arc Two: Tinsel City Blues

Most of the music heard in BGCAD is drawn from the original Bubblegum Crisis anime, both the first OVA episodes and the later Tokyo 2040 version. However, for use in the audio drama, it is often necessary to trim music to fit, or alter the overall pitch or tempo of a piece. This means that while the list of source materials is accurate, some music will not be exactly as heard in the finished work.

Episode One

"Underground Island”
Bubblegum Crash #2 (Geo Climbers) soundtrack
Composed by: Oota Michihiko

"Twilight”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

“Me and Captain America”
BGC Tokyo 2040 original OST 1
Composed by Sage Koizumi

"Waiting For You – Instrumental version”
Tokyo 2040 original closing
Composed by Sage Koizumi

"Factory of Desire”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"Flint no Sakubou”
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

"New Style Boomer”
Bubblegum Crisis #7 (Double Vision) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Punk It Up”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Detective Girl”
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Gigantic Shadows”
Bubblegum Crash #3 (Melt Down) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

"Waiting For You - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original closing
Composed by Sudou Akira

Episode Two

"River Flow"
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

“Very Normalday”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Frozen”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Sad Song”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Sheer Greed”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Time”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Innocence”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Ya'know - Remix”
BGC Collector's File 1999
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Sheer Greed”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Momentary Visions”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Waiting For You " Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original closing
Composed by Sudou Akira

Episode Three

“Frozen”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

"Y'Know - Instrumental version"
Tokyo 2040 original opening
Composed by Sage Koizumi

“Tall Friend”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Data Bank”
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Detective Girl”
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Monster Machine”
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Curious Girl”
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Fight for Justice”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Tall Friend”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Anri and Sylvie”
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Priss vs. Knight Sabers”
Bubblegum Crisis #6 (Red Eyes) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Dinner Music”
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Wasurenaide (Don't Forget)”
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) soundtrack
Performed by: Kinuko Oomori

Written and directed by Devin Cox, based on the original Bubblegum Crisis anime.

Vocal Credits:

Christoper Stadther as Leon McNichol

Taylor Carlson as Priss

Kristyn Mass as Ceilia Stingray

Rina Adachi as Lena Yamazaki

Lindsey Steindler as Nene Romanova

Mike Dent as Mackie Stingray

Chris Walker as Henderson

Edwyn Tiong as Brian J. Mason

Micah Touchet as Dwight Evans and ADP Grunt #2

Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Sylvie

Eric Olp as Daley Wong and Hermes

Sami Sadek as ADP Chief Todo

Jen Rhodes as Kate Madigan

Devlin James as Jim Rawlins and Quincy Rosenkroitz

Tricia Groves as Mrs. Tanaka and Concerned Citizen

The Spirit of the Internet as Vashnievski

Will Knavison as Takeshi Phillips, Stoner Dude, and the Genom Scientist

Kelly Steindler as AD Medic, Grunt #1, and Excited Child

Sami Sadek as ADP Grunt#3

Dylan Spencer as the Narrator

The Music of Megatokyo: Arc Three: Paradigm Shift

Most of the music heard in BGCAD is drawn from the original Bubblegum Crisis anime, both the first OVA episodes and the later Tokyo 2040 version. However, for use in the audio drama, it is often necessary to trim music to fit, or alter the overall pitch or tempo of a piece. This means that while the list of source materials is accurate, some music will not be exactly as heard in the finished work.

Episode One

“Mega Tokyo 2034”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Tactics”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Momentary Visions”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Time”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Boomer no Kyoui (Boomer Menace)”
Bubblegum Crisis #1 Soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Frederich”
Bubblegum Crisis #1 Soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Tokyo 2032”
Bubblegum Crisis #1 Soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Runaway”
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Illegal Army”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Angels in the Night”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Epic News Theme (Royalty Free Music by Starbug Sound)”
Music by: Starbugsound
Source

Episode Two

“Tactics”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Tall Friend”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Dinner Music”
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Such a Funky Think”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Flint no Subaku”
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Dangerous”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Knuckle of Fire”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Fight for Justice”
Bubblegum Crisis #2 (Born To Kill) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Intensive”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

Episode Three

“Data Bank”
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Damage Heart”
Bubblegum Crisis #6 (Red Eyes) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Runaway”
Bubblegum Crisis #4 (Revenge Road) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Illegal Army”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Lean on You”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“10:30 am”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Instinctive”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Knight Sabers Madness”
Bubblegum Crisis #6 (Red Eyes) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Curious Girl”
Bubblegum Crisis #8 (Scoop Chase) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“BGC Collector's Version Track 9”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Survival Escape”
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Runaway DD”
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Sheer Greed”
Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040 soundtrack
Composer: Kouichi Korenaga

“Runaway Machine”
Bubblegum Crash #3 (Melt Down) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Sylia”
Bubblegum Crash #1 (Illegal Army) soundtrack
Composed by: Nakazawa Takehito

“Flint no Sakubou”
Bubblegum Crisis #5 (Moonlight Rambler) soundtrack
Composed by: Kouji Makaino

“Victory”
Bubblegum Crisis #3 (Blow Up) Soundtrack
Performed by Kinuko Oomori