Ahiru no Sora

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4.5
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Exquisitely Ordinary Yet Captivating
    For fans of basketball, Ahiru no Sora sticks true to the sports roots: game rules, breakdown of plays, and a typical high school life in Japan. An array of characters makes the story very compelling. You already get a hint of each uprising character without it dragging the story. The show has a wonderful soundtrack composed by Hiroaki Tsutsumi, one of the composers for Dr. Stone.

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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Looking good so far. Great sports anime
    The fluid motion drawn out by the artists and editors is amazing. I expect a great future! 3 seasons hopefully. I love how there is realistic isomotions as Kurutami handles the ball.
    Creating something that resembles real ballers makes me want to get up and play myself. Think I will!
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  • 5 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Fantastic new sports anime
    Looks like another great sports anime with a difference. Interesting characters and I really like the MC. His job to overcome the inertia of one character and the delinquency of the others. Looks like a possible love interest as well. Looking forward to the next episode!
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    I'm really excited for this anime!
    I'm not really a fan of sports anime, but THIS GOT ME REVVED UP! The MC is great! I love his perseverance! The story looks really good and I love the animation! I can't wait for more episodes! Ok ok, I got too excited. Here's the plot: A kid that's short and gets bullied a lot enters his new high school for the first time, he heads to the basketball court straight away, but gets stopped by the ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    I've been looking for a sports anime!
    This thing is kickass! Fun characters in the 1st episode and once they play basketball it gets a little technical like Ace of the Diamond! I'm looking forward to learning more about basketball and seeing 4 thugs learn the game! Just go in blind n have a good time!
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  • Amazing show overall
    There's pretty much no flaw I can think of to this show. The creators depict basketball with the proper rules in perfect detail, as well as make an amazing plot for the show. It's inspiring to see the main character, being put down his whole life for being short while trying to play basketball, start to try his hardest to play official basketball, eventually turning a team of thugs who didn't care ...
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  • Sports Anime Worth Watching
    I'm so excited to see this finally become an anime. The manga began in 2003, so the character design definitely looks much different then what most are used to now. Although i personally love the art direction, i can understand why some may be turned off by this.

    This series is definitely less over-the-top then something like Kuroko, so if you're looking for something with flashy color lights ...
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  • Kuruko's No Basketball with a more normal Feels
    Great anime. Not as Insane and superhuman as Kurukos basketball but I think being able to dribble and have amazing ball-handling is more realistic than being able to pass like a ghost. Especially if you are short. Give a shot Im sure you will like it.
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  • Sports Anime Lovers Revel
    If you're like me and absolutely adore sports animes then Aihiru no Sora is an excellent pickup. The main character is quickly likable, and while some may draw some similarities to Haikyu with a short protagonist in a tall person's sport, their story lines are entirely unique to one another.

    In fact, they are rather opposite. Haikyu's team is a well rounded group of individuals that support and ...
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  • 0 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    so kewl!!!i love it..oraaaaa!!!!
    so kewl.!! .it remind me of slam dunk and little bit of koruko no basket on the mix..but this kinda different,,that the main character ..is the smallest person..on the team,,,its a kinda like,,to inspire small players to any sport...to dont give up!! so kewl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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