How Realistic Is Slam Dunk

Zdravé recepty - jezte kvalitní jídloWe all know how great sports anime can be. This genre of anime has grown exponentially since the humble beginnings and every year it seems that more and more of them are rising to the top of everyone's best anime of the year lists. However, with the growing volume of sports anime comes much more variety and when it comes to sports anime you can be sure that no two series are ever the same. At one moment, you could be watching an anime about high school boys playing tennis and the next thing you know, the main characters are in super-powered mechs using asteroids and meteors as the ball. So, let's show a few examples with the five most and least accurate depictions of sports in anime. Despite a few exaggerations, Yuri on Ice is a pretty accurate depiction of ice skating in anime form. Why wouldn't it be? The team behind it has come out as huge fans of the amazing sport and many of the characters are even based on real professional ice skaters. A few skaters have even come out themselves and stated that the stories the characters follow are very accurate to many skaters' own. So while some of the moves pulled off are a bit of a stretch of the imagination, the other details caught by the creators really make up for it big time! Prince of Tennis begins by fooling you into thinking it's going to be a sports story based in reality but that is quickly thrown out the window like a ball over a tennis net.

39;t charging their chi through their tennis rackets enough.

After the short realism fakeout, the series turns 180 and begins breaking the laws of physics at any given opportunity. Isaac Newton would faint. While the moves like Boomerang Snake, Kikumaru Beam, Dragonfly Illusion, and Cyclone Smash-Ryoma take inspiration from real tennis technique, they are way too far from reality to pull off IRL. Or, perhaps, players just aren't charging their chi through their tennis rackets enough. One of the most highly regarded and longest-running sports anime of all time, and for good reason. Hajime no Ippo features real ideas and techniques from real-life boxing and details it for casual viewers to understand. We follow our main character, Ippo, from his beginnings as a weak kid and his grueling training regimen to become a boxer, all the way up to his career in the realistic major leagues full of title-bouts. With no need of a time skip, by the way.

39;s shonen exaggeration through and through!

And no, the super moves aren't real, but they're definitely more realistic than our last and next entrants. Eyeshield 21 is an amazing anime cut off the same leaf as The Prince of Tennis, where it starts off slow but ramps up fast. This series doesn't even try to fool you like that one though. It's shonen exaggeration through and through! You've got your flash, your unrealistic comebacks, Dragon Ball-esque ki moves, hero moments, and straight-up superpowers! This is one series you don't want to go into looking for comparisons to its sports real-life counterpart cause that's not what you'll find here. If you're looking for something a bit more realistic while keeping the same fun intact, look no further than the next entrant! This anime will absolutely blow you away with the true to life characters, plot, and crazy amazing animation! Each character is life-like and defies all the usual anime archetypes, the characters' driving motivations aren't simply the game they're playing but the relations forged by the game as well. It's a tale of those without the natural-born talent that stick through when times get tough and forge the ability themselves.

Complete fantasy with a hint of realism is the winning formula for this very celebrated series.

A ping pong anime may seem silly at first but this is one no sports or anime fan should miss out on. It's a legendary series that garners unanimous high praise for a reason. You want a -literal- larger than life combat sports anime? Look no further than Baki the Grappler. This series is a celebration of all things combat sports and does it well. Complete fantasy with a hint of realism is the winning formula for this very celebrated series. Baki is a series about an underground world of fighters from all genres of battle sports (boxing, Muay Thai, street fighting, and more) who come together to fight in no-holds-barred contests. In this pool of fighters, one man will be crowned the strongest in the land. Well, at least, it starts that simple until a caveman, psychopathic criminals, a reborn Musashi, and a guy that can stomp so hard he creates a mini earthquake show up. Oh, and Muhammad Ali is there too! One of the most well-regarded sports anime of the decade! Haikyuu!! takes no shortcuts when it comes to being a perfect sports anime and bases everything in the real world. There are no power-ups, and barely any larger than life moves at all, besides a few high jumps and mega-accurate tosses here and there. This anime is definitely one of the "very realistic" variety.

There are benchers and star players and of course, there are no power-ups or superpowers.

Pěstování avokád a dalších rostlin »The author himself was a middle-blocker on junior and senior high school volleyball teams had a big hand in that. God Hand, True God Hand, God Hand V, Fist of Justice, Majin the Hand, Omega the Hsubsti, the Hammer of Wrath, Outer Dimension Hand, Outer Dimension Hand Remastered, True Outer Dimension Hand, and Fireball Knuckle. Even the biggest of soccer fans have presumably never heard about any of these techniques, which might just be among the most ridiculously named in anime. Due to this and the constant usage of ki moves in Inazuma Eleven, it'll be assumed that you know why this anime is unrealistic and we'll move on to the next entry. Not only is Slam Dunk one of the most realistic sports anime around, but it is also regarded as one of the best sports anime of all time. The main team takes plenty of losses and the series even goes out of its way to teach different rules and techniques of basketball. Each character feels true to life and has different reasons for playing and is always at a different skill level. There are benchers and star players and of course, there are no power-ups or superpowers. If you're a basketball or anime fan, then Slam Dunk is a very highly recommended series! On the opposite end of the spectrum to Slam Dunk is Kuroko no Basket. This series is the epitome of "anime power up." Certain characters possess different inhuman abilities that they use to turn the tide on the court. When your sports series has power levels that are based on the different super skills you use, then you know something's up in the realism department. But don't let these exaggerated feats ruin your experience. Each of the sports anime listed has something special to give to any viewer and each of them is highly recommended!

Ren appears at the end of Chapter 93 with her older half-sister to give Yuki's final message to Kaname Kuran when he wakes up from his 1000 year slumber. Ren appears to be physically a teenager with silver hair like her father Zero, although her eyes retain the red hue associated with the Kuran family, unlike her mother and sister who have brown eyes at the base, Ren has lavender eyes like her father. Taking after her father Zero in looks, Ren has a rather gender -neutral appearance. Due to this and her preference in gender-neutral clothing, Ren can easily be mistaken for a male. As a child, Ren had long hair and she was dressed in dresses by her sister, Ai. During her days in the Night Class, Ren greatly resembled their mother Yuki despite her silver hair. By this point, her clothing tastes had started to be less girly, as aside from her Night Class uniform, her pajamas were a shirt and pants. Ren is shown to be taller than Ai as an adult. Ren has a calm demeanor and will speak up whenever her sister has difficulty expressing herself. While calm in nature like her father Zero, Ren does not appear to have Zero's stoicism as she is shown smiling and joking around with Ai. However, while she seems to have inherited her playful side from her mother Yuki, her blunt nature definitely resembles a teenage Zero as she states whatever Ai has difficulty expressing.

Ren also inherited the kindness of both her parents, never wishing harm on others. Ren's kindness is best exampled by staying at the Moon Dormitory instead of her home to keep distance from Ai when she craved her sister's blood. Unlike Ai, Ren knows what a "job" is, even explaining what one generally is; the topic came up when Kaname considered getting one, until Ren informed him that the Kuran family has wealth and resources. Ren knows about this due to attending Day Class in her childhood. Thanks to this, Ren also has experience cooking, as opposed to her sister. Thanks to Ai doting on her as a child, Ren is very close to her older sister. Even as a child, Ren showed an interest in the role of protector as she would take the role of "knight" when she played dolls with Ai; she spent more time with Zero to learn how to use a gun, because she wanted to protected others with her own. When she got her fangs, Ren stayed away from Ai because she craved her blood (ironically enough) and the very thought of draining her dry scared her; she would dream of it, only worsening her self-hatred, as she had promised to protect her sister.

She hates to remember this time in her life, because it was when she felt the most helpful. Ren was never bothered by other vampires holding a low opinion of her due to her father being both a hunter and a "common" vampire, as opposed to another Pureblood. It only affected her when a vampire would insult her in front of Ai, who would snap ferociously and enter a sort of blood rage at the vampire in question. Ren appears at Kaname's resting place along with Ai and their mother Yuki. She and her sister watch their mother give her life to Kaname to turn him into a human. Ren finished Ai's phrase as she passed as a message from their mother to their "other" father "I want to give to you, whom I love, the world that I saw when I was a human". Ren was born after the events in the extra chapter Life. In the extra I Like You, Ren and her sister Ai in the end told Kaname the story of the last thousand years, but Kaname had lost much of his memory that he wasn't responding to anything they were saying. As he laid down on the ground, Ai began saying that she did not want Kaname to live the rest of his life not remembering his past.

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