ITT: Favorite anime fights.
This one from FLCL on a very recent rewatch I found to be the most impressive for some reason. Maybe it's the first one that made me realize that all the fights in the were struggles and not the cakewalks I remembered them being. https://youtu.be/2ETKjQ81qlQ
My personal favorite over the years
I prefer Yusuke vs Toguro, it will always be one of my favorite fights.
I can't seem to find a good video on youtube (not about to link an AMV), but the final fight in Ashita no Joe was very good too (pic related).
For a 100+ ep series in the 90s, it's not that bad.
>Goku vs Vegeta, the first fight
Overrated as hell, Goku vs Piccolo and Goku vs Frieza are way better.
I'm so glad I watched One Piece up to the snake people before switching to the manga. It was really good at capturing emotions imo, and Water Seven/Enies Lobby was just so ggood
>Goku vs Frieza
If you're talking the anime, it's one of the worst anime fights ever unless you're blinded by nostalgia. The pacing is laughably terrible. It's pretty solid in the manga though.
>suggesting Kai over Z and dismissing the manga
>Watching Z or Kai instead of just Dragon Ball.
>dismissing the manga
>ITT: Favorite anime fights.
>being a faggot
Hope the rematch in DBS will be good.
Yeah you're right.. still though. Each frame is drawn so much better than super like how their chiseled muscles look. Compare that to how skinny and shitty they look in super.
I disagree. The animation is pretty nice for such a long Toei series, but the fight choreography is the same old boring DBZ stuff for hundreds of episodes.
Either way not a really impressive fight though.
>Alphonse obtains the philosopher's stone
I really was not prepared for how awesome this was.
>The animation is pretty nice for such a long Toei series
Nah not really. See One Piece, Precure etc
>but the fight choreography is the same old boring DBZ stuff for hundreds of episodes.
I don't think you know what fight choreography means.
God the animation in that movie was on point.
The peak of Naruto. Rock Lee should have been MC.