Animoku is back with a bang, After a break of almost 6 months, I am glad to be back to all my favorite otakus. I’ve wanted to do this post from a very long time and Animoku is going to do it now. Everyone feed me your power!!! Let it go over 9000! Top 10 Anime Fights On The Face Of This Universe as the title suggests is going to explore the most epic badass fights in the aniverse (anime+universe 😛 ). Don’t forget to Share and subscribe to Animoku on Facebook, WordPress, and Instagram.
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Saitama vs Boros (One Punch Man)
Soon after defeating Geryuganshoop, Saitama breaks into Boros’ throne room. Boros introduces himself as “Dominator of the Universe” and explains that he had attacked A-City because of a prophecy that he would find a worthy opponent on Earth. He also states that he went on a rampage by shattering planets and razing civilizations due to boredom and wanting to find a worthy opponent.
Edward Elric vs Van Hohenheim (FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
It’s all come down to this. After taking on the chimera, homunculi, and genocidal State Alchemists, Edward Elric stands toe-to-toe with his Father, the first Homunculus, Van Hohenheim. The fight has come at a price though: Ed’s brother, Alphonse, sacrificed himself to ensure his brother wouldn’t be killed by the all-powerful ringleader, restoring his lost arm at the cost of his soul. Engulfed in rage, Ed springs full force at Father, unleashing everything from a barrage of iron missiles to flying punches in a final assault on the wannabe god.
Isaac Netero vs Meruem (Hunter x Hunter)
Pleased with the formal acceptance of his challenge, Netero takes to the air and activates Ninety-Ninth Hand. As the technique unleashes a barrage of blows on the King, Netero wonders when he started waiting for the opponent to make the first move, and when it became automatic for him to accept the gratitude of a defeated challenger. He vehemently tells himself that is not what he wanted, but that he dreamed to give his heart and soul to battle an unstoppable adversary. The ground caves and the two fighters find themselves in an underground structure, which Netero claims to be a tomb; “Yours”, he adds before striking the King again. As the opponent is launched into a pillar, the chairman silently thanks him and the forces that led to their encounter.
Ichigo vs Aizen (Bleach)
Ichigo arrives with his unconscious father in Karakura Town in Soul Society as Lieutenant Rangiku Matsumoto grieves for Gin Ichimaru, who was earlier attacked and fatally wounded by Aizen. Startled by Ichigo’s arrival, Aizen turns his attention towards him. Now taller and with longer hair from his time in the Dangai, Ichigo places Isshin Kurosaki on the ground and thanks him. After searching for the Reiatsu of his sisters to make sure they are safe, Ichigo greets his friends and tells them to stay where they are. Telling Ichigo he is disheartened because he does not sense any Reiatsu coming from him, Aizen states Ichigo has failed to grasp the opportunity he presented to evolve. Interrupting him, Ichigo says he wants to move their fight elsewhere. Arrogantly stating Ichigo cannot harm him, Aizen refuses Ichigo’s request. Grabbing Aizen by the face, Ichigo moves him away from Karakura Town before telling a stunned Aizen he will finish the fight in an instant. Definitely the best fight in the whole Bleach anime.
Luffy vs Lucci (One Piece)
After Gates of Justice are fully open, the waterfalls surrounding the island have vanished because the water current no longer has to go around them. This will allow the battleships to take a clear path into Enies Lobby. The resulting loud noise created reaches Luffy and Rob Lucci beneath the Bridge of Hesitation. Luffy’s use of Gear Second begins to take a toll on him. He pants heavily throughout its activation, and then Gear Second completely wears off during his fight. Lucci figures out Luffy is doping his blood by using his legs as pumps- a move that would cause a normal person’s heart to explode from the excess blood pressure. It is a move only Luffy can use due to the resilience of his unique rubber inner organs, but it risks shortening his lifespan. Luffy doesn’t care about the damage he’s doing to his body if CP9 is going to tear apart his life by taking his friends away, and yells at Lucci for making light of his crew’s dire situation as if it were a game.
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Naruto vs Sasuke Final Battle (Naruto Shippuden)
This was the most amazing and epic fight on Naruto series. So this is how the backstory of the fight goes, At the Valley of the End, Naruto recalls Neji’s words about Sasuke being in darkness. Sasuke explains that based on Itachi’s life, he’s come to the conclusion that a true Hokage is one who shoulders the hatred of others. Sasuke intends to concentrate all power and all hatred on himself. Naruto points out others would not agree with his plan, but Sasuke doesn’t care. Sasuke is certain he has all the power he needs to carry out his plan. Naruto argues there are things that can’t be done alone, like the fight against Kaguya. By killing the tailed beasts and the Kage, Sasuke wants to erase the darkness of the past. Naruto denounces erasing the past, having been shaped by his past as well.
Mugen vs Jin (Samurai Champloo)
Samurai Champloo is a story with style and swagger, a reimagining of Edo-period Japan with a modern twist. It’s a blend of traditional and the modern street culture imagined through the characters. Mugen comes from a poor village plagued by bandits and marauders, he wields the sword wildly incorporating elements of modern breakdancing. Jin is a traditional samurai, wandering in search of answers. When they first clash in front of a tea shop where the young Fuu is waitressing, I’d totally recommend watching this badass anime. Definitely one of my favorite’s! Or maybe I am being biased, who knows.
Afro vs Justice (Afro Samurai)
Following the death of his father, who was once the number one samurai in the world, to Justice, who was the number two samurai, Afro makes it his mission in life to kill the man who beheaded his father and become the best samurai on the planet. After following him throughout his journey, the battle between Afro and Justice begins and it’s certainly one hell of a scrap. Not only does the studio, Gonzo, do a spectacular job with the artwork but the subtle yet incredibly cool voice-over work from Ron Perlman and Samuel L. Jackson makes this moment that much cooler.
Spike vs Vincent (Cowboy Bepop)
Can it be more epic than this? The two combatants take an amazing amount of punishment, which only adds to my enjoyment. Spike comes into the fight already badly injured from their first encounter only days before, and Vincent gets shot right at the start. They quickly lose the guns and just start wailing on each other, with Spike suffering grueling gut and face punches and Vincent taking some brutal kicks to the head. In this regard, the movie stretches credulity, but I’m more inclined to believe these guys have uncanny resilience than I am to believe in Super Saiyans.
One of the most interesting things about this fight is that it has no resolution. Spike seems to be the superior fighter, but Vincent barely flinches from his blows and presses the already badly-hurt Spike onto the defensive. Spike takes an abortive cigarette break, scoffs at Vincent’s threat to release the virus (and follow through), and jumps back to the action with renewed vigor. After a devastating series of kicks, Vincent finally goes down, but just then Spike begins to succumb to the virus, and the fight ends in an anti-climax punctuated by yellow butterflies.
Kougami Shinya vs Makishima Shogo (Psycho Pass)
Shinya Kogami wants revenge on Shogo Makishima. Not only does he have a long list of brutal murders under his belt, but Makishima also killed Kogami’s partner back during the duo’s detective days. So when Kogami finally tracks Makishima down, he arrives fully prepared to kill him.
The ensuing battle, which features both gun-fighting and hand-to-hand combat, showcases a moral fight as well as a physical one. Akane Tsunemori, the protagonist, tries to persuade Kogami not to kill Makishima because she believes in Kogami’s benevolence, and that good people obey the law in order to create a just society. She believes this despite knowing full well the laws of her country are cruel and unjust. When Kogami exacts his vengeance and kills Makishima, Tsunemori ends up disappointed, a discontent made worse by Kogami’s own admiration of Tsunemori.
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