It was serialized in Kodansha 's seinen manga magazine good! In the sporting world of badminton, Uchika Hanesaki was a reigning champion. Her daughter Ayano would follow her mother and trained with Uchika for many years. One day in her middle school Ayano caught a cold before an important badminton match and subsequently lost, causing Uchika to leave her and Ayano to be raised by her grandparents.
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What I Watched Today: Island & Hanebado!
It's pretty much all been downhill from there. They occasionally get together to discuss anime, video games and other stuff they like, usually in the form of quick overviews, reviews and discussion. Expect controversial opinions, impassioned rants and occasional deep dives into the strange minutiae of anime tropes.
See acast. Our final archived episode! It even includes several references to the fact our archives will never be uploaded. What riveting content. But this one isn't just a rundown of a ton of shows we've watched! After a brief chat about shows we'd been watching recently - and a not so brief diversion into all things Fire Emblem: Three Houses - we deep dive into an age old question Can the main character of an anime be 'best guy' in said anime?
The discussion centres around a bunch of examples we bring to the table where this is the case, so the answer is fairly clear, but it's about the journey not the destination. In case that wasn't clear yet. Another one from the archives, cementing this as an annual podcast! This one possibly never saw the light of day in any form in the past due to us failing to tackle the timestamping of Stuff The format will be very familiar as we run through the anime of the year in something resembling alphabetical order, but this time we put time pressure on ourselves - hurrah!
Timestamps below. Spoilers: we still haven't figured out what our email address is. Heads up. Definitely check out Magic Kaito Welcome back to our most timely podcast episode to date! We also have a bit of a chat about this year's E3 and our experiences watching the Demon Slayer movie in cinemas. Timestamps below! What a slick intro! Think that'll be sticking around? Think again! In this episode we talk incredibly quickly about a lot of shows as we try to cover a year and a bit of the anime calendar.
There are some gems buried in here though, trust us! Naturally another one from the archives. You know what they say about best laid plans. We incredibly optimistically thought we might squeeze our top 5 games lists into the previous episode with our top 5 anime, and what fools we were!
So we're back with an entirely gaming flavoured pod. Once again we're pulling this from the archives so this was recorded a very long time ago and might not reflect our current favourites! Though these lists are probably far more accurate than our favourite anime ones Mike belatedly remembered he was supposed to talk about Discworld Noir.
As always, check out the game and the soundtrack! Ben will be sad if you don't. Already phoning it in on archive episode 2 with a list episode! What better way to make the internet angry at us than to declare what we think are our favourite shows ever. Timestamps and spoilers, I guess below. Check out the show which is still one of Mike's favourites! Apple Podcasts Preview. Stuff 6: Can MC be best guy?! Top Podcasts In Leisure.
Critical Role. Duck Call Room. The Best of Car Talk. Your Poor Dad.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Battles of Legend: Crystal Revenge Booster
At the start of the series, the audience is introduced to Ayano as a former badminton prodigy who has lost her desire to play. She avoids the sport as she enters high school and just appears to be a bubbly, friendly girl looking to spend more time with her friends. She tries her hand at tennis with her friend Elena to keep herself away from badminton, but soon her closest friend and the team itself push her back into it. She resists for a time, but eventually relents and joins the badminton club. This is when rival after rival descends upon her. You have been warned.
NEW ANIME - Hanebado! :star: Review S01XE01
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Out Of Bounds – ‘Hanebado!’ Episode 10 Review
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Top 10 Badminton Players in Hanebado!
It's pretty much all been downhill from there. They occasionally get together to discuss anime, video games and other stuff they like, usually in the form of quick overviews, reviews and discussion. Expect controversial opinions, impassioned rants and occasional deep dives into the strange minutiae of anime tropes. See acast. Our final archived episode! It even includes several references to the fact our archives will never be uploaded.
Hanebado! – Ep. 4
Hanebado! - Chapter 17: I Learned.
While this woman looks amazing for the time being she will be booed. Read on to find out why. We started the episode with a flashback of a younger Ayano playing badminton with her mom, giving us a clue to the cause of her grief.
It was serialized in Kodansha b 's seinen manga b magazine good! In the sporting world of badminton, Uchika Hanesaki was a reigning champion. Her daughter Ayano would follow her mother and trained with Uchika for many years. One day in her middle school Ayano caught a cold before an important badminton match and subsequently lost, causing Uchika to leave her and Ayano to be raised by her grandparents.
She is Hanesaki Uchika 's daughter and Connie Christensen 's adoptive sister. Ayano is a short girl with green eyes and long brown hair that she ties together with a handkerchief similar to her mother, though she originally used a hairband. At school, she wears the standard Kitakomachi High uniform with a red ribbon indicating that she is a first year. During practice, she wears a white shirt and dark shorts. In official matches, she wears the current Kitakomachi uniform consisting of a blue one piece with white and black details. Kitakomachi is written at the back in white kanji.
Ayano Hanesaki, a first-year student at Kanagawa Prefectural Kitakomachi High School, has a badminton ability able to surpass others effortlessly yet avoids playing the sport. She meets Nagisa Aragaki, a third-year student who practices day and night aiming to become the best player in Japan. Encouraged by coach Tachibana Kentarou, supported by club colleagues, and fired up by various rivals, the two engage in their youth and adored sport so thrilling like a shuttle flown at high speed!