I recommend this beacause it gave me a haikyuu love to it. maybe it's just me but, free is a really good anime but i like haikyuu a little better. A little intro to Free!, it's about Nanase Haruka tracing back his old memories (friends) and getting back together. The 1st season is him and his friends starting a swim club and competing; the 2nd season is about haruka changing for the better; the 3rd season is about haruka meeting yet again 2 of his best friends in middle school.
A fourth season, titled Haikyu!! To The Top (ハイキュー!! TO THE TOP), was announced at the Jump Festa '19 event, with a \"kickoff event\" for the new series being held on September 22, 2019. The fourth season premiered on January 11, 2020 on the Super Animeism block. It was later announced that the fourth season would be split-cour, with the second half airing in July 2020. However, the second cour was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and aired from October 3 to December 19, 2020. Crunchyroll simulcasted the fourth season. The overall season 4 ran for 25 episodes. Recently, the anime series ran for 85 episodes overall. The series uses fourteen different songs for credits music: seven opening themes and seven ending themes.
Multiple OVA episodes have been released. \"The Arrival of Lev!\" was released on November 9, 2014 following the first season, \"Vs. \"Failing Grades\"\" was released on May 2, 2016 following the second season, and \"Special Feature! Betting on the Spring High Volleyball\" was released on August 4, 2017 following the third season. Two new OVA episodes, \"Land vs. Sky\" and \"The Path of the Ball\" were released on January 22, 2020 at the beginning of the fourth season.
The series uses four pieces of theme music: two opening themes and two ending themes. From episodes 1-13, the opening theme is \"Phoenix\" by Burnout Syndromes while the ending theme is \"Kessen Spirit\" by CHiCO with HoneyWorks. From episodes 14 through 25, the opening theme is \"Toppako\" by SUPER BEAVER while the ending theme is \"One Day\" by SPYAIR.
Throughout it all, fans have their favorite episodes and while some may have a similar ranking, it's their content that sets them apart from one another. The highest-ranking are more about the team effort it took to defeat the enemy of the episode, while lower-ranked in the top 10 are more about individual character development.
Yamaguchi Tadashi was put into the Seijoh game as the pinch server and panicked. Fans and teammates already know he isn't the best under pressure and doubts his skills. As this episode starts, he is feeling guilty for letting his team down and unworthy of his role.
Yamaguchi's teammates encourage him and even strike a pose from the sidelines to remind him that they believe in him. One of the aspects of the show that fans gravitate towards is how each character overcomes whatever is holding them back. This is Yamaguchi's \"I did it!\" moment and was a culmination of a lot of built-up emotion that led fans to appreciate his growth and this episode.
Ushijima reflects on the first time he met Hinata when he realized it wasn't Hinata's technique or talent that bothered him but \"something else\" and he swore to crush him because he never expected their battle on the court to be this hard. It wasn't just Ushijima's realization and determination that earned this episode its spot but also the funny moments between side characters Sugawara and Tendo, as the latter tried to bait the former into being \"salty.\"
When Hinata pulls Kageyama out of his thoughts, Kageyama sheds the figurative cape and crown, joining his new team on the court, no longer the \"The Lonely King.\" This is just the first step of many that Kageyama takes to reach a place of comfort, belonging, and confidence by the end of season 4. Not only does Kageyama grow in his understanding of being a part of a team, but Karasuno loses a game against their prefectural rival. Both of those things impacted fans greatly, knowing they were in for a journey to watch this underdog team become legendary once again.
Tanaka is rarely at the forefront of an episode, but he has a dedicated fan following, so when his love life was explored, fans seemed to really enjoy learning how he would battle with the pressure of playing a tough team and how to handle his heart.
Not only did the underestimated main character accomplish a feat he'd been battling for three seasons, but Kageyama, not known for dishing out kudos, told Hinata \"nice receive.\" Kageyama and Hinata are a common fanship for Haikyuu!! so this episode wasn't just iconic for Karasuno but also for the growth in the relationship of the two main characters.
Kita makes a comment that they are witnessing the \"monsters\" on his team versus the ones on Karasuno and this made it a fan-favorite episode. Karasuno was finally facing off not only nationally, but with teams harder than they expected.
While episode 4 was Tsukishima's most passionate, this was his most enthusiastic, as he wanted to convince Coach Ukai to put him back in the game. This episode gave fans the chance to see Tsukishima and Kageyama agree to run from Ushijima's spikes. Not only was this a big moment in Tsukishima's understanding of blocking the #3 spiker in Japan, but it was a moment of growth for the team for Kageyama and Tsukishima to agree on anything.
Tsukishima's inner monologue reveals that his insecurities about actually enjoying the game of volleyball are still there. This episode exposes how far Tsukishima has come from a \"too cool for school\" personality to someone who now understood what it meant to fight hard to the finish. It's always satisfying when a frustrated side character is able to reflect and grow, rather than let their past or their enemies define them.
Both of these characters are relatable fan favorites because they focus solely on their goal and realize that the world around them can actually push them further if they let it. This top-ranked episode rightfully earned its spot through how intense an impact the ex-teammates have on one another and how volleyball, something they love, can help them through their misgivings.
As for Jujutsu, the appeal for me is really just the Shin Megami Tensei-esque art style and the fairly engaging way they deliver their exposition. But to me this was the weakest episode so far(still pretty good though).
Haikyū!! To The TopProduction InformationCountry of originJapanNumber of episodes25Manga spanChapter 207 to Chapter 292Broadcast InformationOriginal runJanuary 10, 2020 - April 3, 2020 (Part One) October 2, 2020 - December 18, 2020 (Part Two)
Haikyū!! To The Top (ハイキュー!! TO THE TOP Haikyū!! To The Top) is the fourth season of the Haikyū!! animation series. It is the sequel to the Third Season that aired from October 7, 2016 to December 9, 2016.
The fourth season is split into two cours, with the first cours of 13 episodes being aired between January 10, 2020 and April 3, 2020. The second cours was set to begin airing in July 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was postponed to October. The second cour aired from October 2, 2020 to December 18, 2020.
Like the title of this blog says, I'm going to list all thethings I am looking forward to the most. Thatmeans that I've had to choose between various scenes from the Mangaand picturing how they would be as an adapted anime scene, and thatgoes for all scenes. The cute ones, the funny ones, the sad ones,the weird ones, etc. I'll do a top...6 version. Here are the ones I've chosen for the tenthand eleventh episode.
To start off with, the climax of the episode was the song. I knew it was gonna be good, but what I didn't know was that it wasgonna be SO heartbreaking. The song, the sounds of the instruments,the lyrics. Boy the lyrics...
I'm not even done with episode 9 but I needed to post thelyrics to his song. I kid you not I was legitimately sobbingwhen I heard it. (Also we got some amazingly pure Mafuyu x Yuki.I'm so happy with the way this anime adaptation came out. It makesme so happy.)
Next is Ritsuka Uenoyama. With a lot of debating, I have decidedthat he reminds me of Yuri Plisetsky in the later episodes ofseason one. They both have unconventional ways to show their loveto those they care about but it somehow gets across. They're alsoknown to lash out at times...
Ever since the 7th episode of Given has aired, I couldn't help,but speculate about Kedama, or is their a another dog that isn'tmentioned yet So, this is my opinion on what I'm analyzing fromthe anime and the manga, so far.
The song was first introduced in the second episode, \"LikeSomeone In Love\" and was also sung later on by Mafuyu in episodethree, Somebody Else and is sung by Ritsuka Uenoyama in episodesix, Fluorescent Adolescent...
The faces all the characters can make are absolutely priceless,and I will now give a few example as to what had me drop deadbecause it was so funny that I repeated that scene 10-15 timesbefore I continued watching the rest of the episode.
The episode did start emotionally but then it turned into acomedy shortly after. When Akihiko arrives at the school whereHaruki is waiting, Haruki gets pretty p*ssed jealous. This part hadme died laughing, priceless reactions and especially that face, Idied.
I cannot wait... Well I have to because when an anime startsairing, I always decide to save the episodes that I look mostforward to, for friday nights where I can sit back and watch someamazing anime and well, here we go again. I am looking most forwardto the songs, Mafuyu's voice, and all the incoming BL moments aswell as drama scenes, I love it. 59ce067264