Anime Fight Scenes: A well-animated battle scene is the best way to get people pumped up. Not only does cutting-edge animation breathe new life into a story, but it also makes us believe that the blazing walls and crumbling towers we see are there. Just like we’ve stepped into the scene.
Creating convincing animations during a fight scene is difficult, but when done correctly, it’s a testament to the animators’ skill. As viewers, we benefit from this because we witness the many styles and ideas employed by various animation studios in producing action sequences.
From breathtaking choreography to breathtaking magic, these are the best fight sequences in anime, in our opinion.
1. Seirin vs. Rakuzan (Kuroko’s Basketball)
The series Kuroko’s Basketball features many badass moments and insanely animated scenes, such as the Generation of Miracles’ incredible Zone moments and the players’ smooth and fluid body movements on the court.
However, one of the most impressive and visually appealing scenes in the series is when the entire Seirin team enters the proper Zone, also known as the Direct Drive Zone. Each pass, dribble, and shot are explosive because the team is in sync with Kagami’s Zone mode.
2. Luffy vs. Katakuri (One Piece)
The Luffy versus Katakuri fight gave us the badass Clash of Conqueror’s Haki, but this one is the final moment of their battle, finally settling the score between them.
Their showdown was exciting, with Katakuri’s spin powering up his finishing blow and Luffy’s fast-paced punch (both boosted by Armament Haki). An unprecedented circumstance determined the victor.
3. Mob vs. Koyama (Mob Psycho 100)
The terrifying appearances of Shigeo Kageyama at the height of his anger are a fan favorite in Mob Psycho 100. In this scene, he intervenes to save his brother from an attack by a different kind of esper.
The action was violent and exciting due to the Mob’s explosions and wide-scale, ground-shattering attacks. Unsurprisingly, instead of playing fairly, his opponent resorted to a ploy and subsequently fled for his life.
4. Mages vs. Zagreb (Black Clover)
Asta, Yuno, Licht, and Lumiel worked together to conquer Zagreb, the fiend who had masterminded everything many centuries prior. More than just fight scenes are included in this episode.
The devil, Zagreb, was wonderfully realized and animated. Even though he looks like many other fictional demons, he conveys an ominous and frightening vibe that works well with his character.
Yami Sukehiro’s usage of Mana Zone to turn his surroundings monochromatic and make everything in the Zone his target, no matter how far away, was also revealed in this scene, along with the Dark Cloaked Dimension Slash: Equinox.
5. Entertainment District Battle (Demon Slayer)
The battle between Uzui and Gyutaro in the Entertainment District Arc, with Gyutaro’s Demon Blood Art: Blood Sickles flitting around and Uzui blocking and evading them with his Sound Breathing, was just one of many breathtaking scenes with cool animations provided by Demon Slayer.
It’s incredible how much effort was taken into recreating the atmosphere of that battle, down to the sound of swords striking and the rumble of explosives. The remarkable skills used by Tanjiro, Zenitsu, and Inosuke should not be overlooked.
6. Zoro vs. Kamazou (One Piece)
The Straw Hat’s swordsman, Zoro (or Zorojuro in the Land of Wano), went mad in his combat against Kamazou.
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After losing his Shusui, he was left with only Kitetsu III and Wado Ichimonji. He innovated and used his opponent’s weapon for his Three-Sword Style: Purgatory Onigiri.
7. Giyu Tomioka vs. Rui (Demon Slayer)
Along with Tengen Uzui and Kyojuro Rengoku, Giyu Tomioka is a Hahira in the Demon Slayer Corps.
He demonstrated Water Breathing’s Eleventh Form, Dead Calm, which featured raging waters that eventually subsided. It also portrayed swordsmanship that cuts cleanly and effortlessly while the practitioner’s body is at peace.
8. Itadori And Nobara vs. Curse Brothers (Jujutsu Kaisen)
It’s a gamble with their lives on the line, which amps up the tension in this fight from Jujutsu Kaisen. It’s a two-on-two showdown between Kugisaki Nobara, Itadori Yuji, and the Curse Brothers.
Sparks fly when Yuji’s Black Flash and Nobara’s Resonance connect, and the impact of their blows is so palpable that we can almost feel their weight.
Then there’s the time that Yuji carries Nobara out of harm’s way, and Nobara is astounded by how fast Yuji can move.
9. Hollow Purple (Jujutsu Kaisen)
When it comes to the Jujutsu Kaisen series, Satoru Gojo is one of the most potent characters, thanks to his ability to avoid physical contact with his foes. He displayed his devastating Hollow Purple skill during the school function he had to cut short.
It’s an amplified version of the Cursed Technique. Methods that are Both Blue and Cursed Using a reversal of red, he formed the Hollow Purple and shot it at Hanami, dealing immense damage to the Special Grade and the path it travelled.
10. Endeavor vs. Hood (My Hero Academia)
After All Might’s retirement, Endeavor became the top hero. While visiting Hawk, he was attacked by Hood, a Nomu who surpassed the other Nomus the heroes had faced and possessed multiple Quirks.
Moments before Endeavor’s recovery from a near-defeat, the scene had been relatively quiet. He hoisted the Nomu high above the city and let loose a destructive blaze called the Plus Ultra Prominence Burn.
As the new top hero pushed himself to his limits to protect the people below, he became increasingly attractive and influential in the animated short. Inferno prevented his foe from recovering.
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