Kuroko's Basketball is one of the animes I'm watching right now because I really like sports anime. To be honest, I d0n't really like it. For me, it is not really as good as what I thought it would be. It is all about basketball but it doesn't really show much of their matches with other schools.
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Read reviews on the anime Kuroko no Basket (Kuroko's Basketball) on MyAnimeList, the internet's largest anime database. Teikou Junior High School's basketball team is crowned champion three years in a row thanks to five outstanding players who, with their breathtaking and unique skills, leave opponents in despair and fans in admiration.
Kuroko's Basketball is a truly unique sports Anime, that I would recommend to anyone who loves a well animated, well portrayed, well paced and overall well done Anime.
Kuroko’s Basketball is the English name for the anime originally called Kuroko no Basuke in Japan. This name is commonly shortened to KNB, which is what I’ll be calling it for this review. KNB is a sports anime based off of the manga of the same name. The manga ran from 2008 to 2014, while the anime ran from 2014 to 2016.
And that has been the biggest problem with the whole Kuroko no Basket anime for the most part. It's subtle as a sports title and can entertain, but it's mostly just something for the eye. The series ultimately lacked a lot of character, detail, and atmosphere.
Kuroko’s Basketball is a show for those who love action and competition, filled with intense games and stunning plays, this sports anime doesn’t disappoint in the shonen-like action department. Tetsuya Kuroko is a high school basketball prodigy from the Generation of Miracles, a team of six high school basketball players who each possess their own…
In the end, Kuroko no Basket is a pretty enjoyable sports anime that is neither good nor bad. With his own charm he can still entertain you somehow and accompany you through the episodes. Unfortunately, a huge amount of potential has been wasted. Kuroko no Basket tried a lot, unfortunately the title failed in most of the things.
Initially released in 2012, Tadatoshi Fujimaki's Kuroko's Basketball has seen a massive resurgence within the anime scene, following its recent inclusion in the Netflix library. The anime has once again started trending, providing viewers with intense action and a shonen style take on the dynamics of sport, which pre-existing fans of the genre ...
An adult female character is said to have a "kissing bug," and kisses a high school girl without consent. The high school girl reacts in shock. Played for laughs, but uncomfortable given the age gap. A male character shows another male character a picture of a female character posing naked in a hot spring.