Hoop Days (2003)

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Drama, Sport


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A defunct high school basketball team finds a new student and things may start looking up for them.


6.3/10
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22 October 2017 | Dark_Lord_Mark
9
| Basketball Version of Superman and Clark Kent
So I purchased this on a whim, being a baller all my life and it is a fantastic story and full of good, likable characters and moments.

Aikawa comes from Tendoji Elite, the best basketball school in Japan, but wants balling to be fun again. He decides to go to Mizuho and is basically an unknown player to many. He stirs the pot and gets Mizuho interested again.

Aikawa maybe the best player in the nation, but no one at Mizuho knows it, until he gets on the court. Off the court he's a bit of a Clark Kent guy, on it he's Superman, the best at what he does. So essentially this is a hero anime in a way.

I think this has unique action, great themes, nice animations and good voice acting. You like all the characters and pull for them to succeed but it does have really nice cliff hangers involving basketball and the games being played.

I give it a 9.5 out of 10. Every guy in high school wants to be the main character; a fun person who hides his true persona, a dominant sports athlete.

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Release Date:

23 May 2006

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

Japan

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