>Hes never seen a basketball game in person
This is what's actually happening as seen by the spectators.
>Ghost Slide by Trigger
I don't think I've seen this chart before.
Anon why must you make me suffer?
>Douman Sayman works getting animated never
No, man. It's what's happening without their imagination.
Here's what's happening with their imaginations on.
Have you never watched a college basketball game? this is how they look. they pass it around the 3 point arc until someone decided to play hero ball and try to solo to the basket, or just pull up and take a contested 3. it's some god awful basketball, it's almost as bad as watching the 76ers.
Out of that list I just want Spicy Wolf and Space brothers the most
Eyehshield didn't actually have any special powers like Kuroko does, they just describe the moves they pull in a way that makes it seem like theyre doing something humans can't actually do.
There should be a limit to this shit.
After rereading One Outs, catching up to Giant Killing this week, and having AnJ as one of my favourites, I've come to the conclusion that series based on pro level sports are more interesting than high school level. There's so much more significance to games when it's not just about muh koshien/nationals dream, it's actually someone's job. Things like the fanbase, higher ups, management, sponsors, salary etc all become influential factors, whereas in high school it's basically just feelings and pride at work.
Any other sports manga out there about pro teams? Seems like nearly every popular series is about high school.
Diamond No Ace is actually a really good, pretty realistic take on baseball and does a great job explaining a lot of the strategy that goes into it and why good coaching is insanely important.
It does kinda show that the fucking game is entirely pitcher dominated though.
I don't necessarily agree, but I can see where you're coming from.
Ippo, RRR, (any boxing series really), and the latter half of Major focus on pro teams, but you're right most don't.
No you wouldn't, you'd just consider it a normal anime because all female casts are nothing unusual or displeasing to those who have a problem with shows liked by fujos. Shit like Haikyuu doesn't actually have any homo subtext.
>Anime isn't manly
I've already watched some 100 episodes of the two seasons, but I may just end up dropping it. It's especially jarring when you got a show like Haikyuu airing at the same time. It's just so much better.
Girls who play volleyball are all dykes anyway.
Watching it right now and it's pertty fun. Miyuki the real star though. I'm glad I can marathon it , weekly i would have been bored to death.
I don't know what is your parameter of being "best" (I'd wager you're using the term arbitrarily), but there are several poll about most popular sports manga, and Prince of Tennis are consistently ranked above Eyeshield 21
It's sad that I don't enjoy DnA more because I really like Miyuki, but it's hard to consider someone your husbando when you're not that into their series.
You realize that 'gay' involves two men together, by definition right? Attractive individual males are not inherently gay, and that fanservice is for women. Maybe it makes you feel gay, but that doesn't make it so.
You have to watch it with a fujo heart, anon. You don't even need fanservice to see the gay.
I am a fujo though, and I thoroughly enjoy homo hq couples, but that doesn't mean there's anything legit gay about it. It's all in my imagination and it's fine that way. It's just retarded for people to dismiss good series solely because the female fanbase likes to think they're gay, regardless of how gay or not it actually is.
>midget mc can jump over his head and run at the speed of light
AYY JUST LET CURRY DO ALL THE WORK AYY AYY
If he's not the ace, is he the king?
Wimbledon couldn't handle it.