Otaku Zone Review #2: “Kuroko no Basuke” 0

Kuroko no Basuke

English: Kuroko’s Basketball

 

 

Genres -  Comedy, School, Shounen, Sports

Status -

  •  Season 1  April 8, 2012 to Sep 22, 2012
  •  Season 2 Oct  6, 2013 to Present

 

The basketball team of Teikō Middle School rose to distinction by demolishing all competition. The regulars of the team became known as the “Generation of Miracles”. After graduating from middle school, these five stars went to different high schools with top basketball teams. However, a fact few know is that there was another player in the “Generation of Miracles”: a phantom sixth man. This mysterious player is now a freshman at Seirin High. The story starts of with a transfer high school boy name Tetsuya Kuroko. He is now a former member from the  middle school basketball team “The Generation of Miracles”.  After meeting Taiga Kagami in Seirin High school, he decides upon becoming his partner to help him become Japan’s greatest basketball player.

 

Review -  If you are a hardcore fan of the legenadary anime “Slam Dunk” from the mid 80s, I gotta tell you, wait for nothing, just go and watch this anime, you’ll just love it. Its one of those anime which brings that urge, that feeling of curosity as to “what’s next?” or “what will happen on the next episode?”. Its totally unpredicatable. The best part of the anime series is that, it’s almost free from any such filler episodes. You will not get a chance to regret because each and every epsidode is just one of a kind. You can almost feel the emotions flow as you watch it. There are several factors why this anime will boost your inner passion, first and foremost, it shows a quite unique developing of the characters. As stated earlier, each character has a firm background, a reason why they are so into the game. Added to that you’ll see that it has amazing soundtracks to accompany somewhat seamless scenes, along with great visuals. So to sum up, this anime is worth watching and you should really watch it if you are a fan of Basketball.
PS. I finished the season 1 at one go.

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