No, i'm not talking about flashy visual and fluid animation, i'm talking about the one that makes you so emotionally invested until you can't help it and then start cheering/screaming/tearing up for them.
Even shit series like AgK also have one of those moment.
Post them /a/
Madoka ga Kill
It's Yuki Yuna, how do you not know about one of the biggest shows of Fall 2014?
This moment. This moment right here. When I saw the eyes light up and he said this line I got so hyped I jumped out of my seat. Shinji finally stood up for himself in the most glorious way possible.
Not really a Naruto fan, but the first series had some rad moments
Pretty much every fight in Gurren Lagann is great but the last scene from the second movie, where Simon is fighting the Anti-Spiral is just beautiful.
>then he lose
not really, he managed to spit on that shit ass pride, he was so mad after. He was the first one to EVER physically injure the emo kid. He did good enough.
Especially that last fight, holy shit.
I got really into the fights in SnK as well. And in Tokyo Ghoul, the Half-Kill fight and Kanekipede were amazing. And pretty much every fight in Claymore.
Definitely this scene. Not even that where TTGL appeared could surpass it imho.
The boss rush is just build up for the cheerio moment.
This scene was one of the most cliche-ridden, cheesiest scenes I've ever seen.
I loved it
>the battle in Captain Tylor episode 17
That shit was intense.
I'm not a huge fan of Sayaka either, but I think that fight is pretty well staged, in terms of the design of the labyrinth/witch and the music, it just shows the audience that Sayaka can't rely on her own strength to fight witches, which is a huge part of her downfall.
The next to call Sayaka stupid will be the first to die.
Wait, people on /a/ liked that final Incursio moment? I just fucking facepalm'd.
>Tatsumi digivolves into Magnamon
>I WON'T DIIIIIEEEEE
>Dies saving a bunch of nameless civilians 5 seconds later that would probably laugh at his corpse
>His corpse isn't even respected, it's fucking shattered by Esdeath
Yeah, the manga better not be this bad.
I can never decide which is better, this or the king of heroes not having enough swords in stock.
Archer vs Shirou is still easily the best.
That nigga ain't wearing gauntlets and he blatantly grabbed that sword by the blade after his cheek was cut.
>Kotomine vs Shirou: Fighting for Sakura's safety
>Archer vs Shirou: Fighting for the very meaning of your life and your father's life against someone you factually cannot beat unless he lets you win
I will always prefer the latter.
>Narration states Shirou is fighting with Bakuya
>Shirou says his final attack is a slash
>Sword stabbed through Archer's body, and the weapon is nothing like Bakuya
>asking for sauce when the names of two major characters are provided
Y'know normally I don't give much of a fuck and feed people asking for sauce, but you're just a fucking idiot
Sparks liner high definatly. Although you could say many fights in typemoon i really think its impressive that a "bad" end gets such a showdown.
I don't care what you think of the anime or the series in general. This was fight was so goddamn tense and emotionally challenging for me. And then the scene after this made me cry anyway so GG, I guess.
>i really think its impressive that a "bad" end gets such a showdown.
That's why I love how it was just "END". Not bad end or dead end. Shirou didn't really fail. If you think about it, here's what would happen: As nothing changes with the two of them, the fight between Sakura and Tohsaka goes the same as before. But now there's no Shirou to calm Sakura down, so Sakura ends up bringing down the entire cavern, killing her, coma Shirou, Rin, and AM.
So technically they still save the world...
Don't be like that
Kotomine and Shirou were both fighting for their life's meaning as well.
It's kind of cool in contrast, both Archer and Kirei were the exact opposite in ideal but were the same kind of people that Shirou could relate to. And both fights were just two guys whacking each other to death with walls of exposition.
>Dat getting hit with it THREE TIMES IN A ROW with the third apparently making the first two look like light jabs, jesus christ Luffy
>Dat Jet Gatling finish
And you actually posted one of my favorite parts. He's stuck in mini-form, but instead of talking or buying time, he still tries to fight normally. Even when he's the size of a rabbit he's still throwing punches and not giving up. If anyone disagrees with you their opinion is shit.
Too bad it was the last great fight in OP.
I admit, I'm a bit biased because I'm not a Sakura fan. Both were great, I just couldn't get as into the Kirei fight because I couldn't get as emotionally invested in Sakura's rescue. I just didn't care much about her being able to smile in front of other people again, I was waiting for the sad true end where she dies and Shirou lives. Not the reverse.
Well, the third Ring was the biggest, as Lucci says. I've never noticed Luffy looking worried about an attack like that. His mind literally goes ''Oh fuck''. The amount of desperation and emotions in that fight was too damn much. But yea, it was generally the last 'Great' fight in OP. But I thought Zoro vs Kuma was incredible. I don't know if you can call it a ''battle'' because it was more of a smackdown but it was incredible nevertheless.
Gear 4 though. Now, that's what I want to see. Holy shit, I'm gonna be jizzing my pants through the entire chapter, not even joking.
This is another great moment
In terms of choreography, animation, and intensity? 10/10 But no value in story, no genuine conflict between those two characters. It was just a simple rematch between characters that weren't even generic rivals. They just talked once before, had a 5 second fight a while back, and are enemies because of their circumstances. 0/10
Dat Luffy vomiting blood in between Jet Pistols. I was yelling at my screen alright. Watching Luffy fight in that condition was more brutal than watching him try to get up.
What ? 0/10 is too harsh. Every one would be enemies under circumstances. What matters is the reason behind that circumstances. You don't just look at the two people throwing punches itself. You have to look at what made them do it. I feel like in that regard, they have a pretty good reason to fight.
I'm hype as fuck for this
KING OF HEROES, DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH SWORDS?
I watched it about 6 years or so back, so I would have been like 13-14. Man, I probably must have been biting back tears or yelling into my pillow.
Then fuckin' Merry showed up and I lost it. Absolutely lost it.
The feeling of hoplessness and then bam.
So happy I could've cried.