Ryuuji was on a path to greatness when an event caused him to lose his competitive edge. Không muốn nó kết thúc như thế này , Haruka , tập hợp lại với nhau Makoto và Nagisa lại một lần nữa và mang lại một thành viên mới có tên Ryūgazaki Rei để tạo ra các Iwatobi High School Swimming Club để đánh bại Rin một trong những đối thủ sẽ đối đầu trong sắp tới đây và đang có luôn trên site để các bạn tiện theo dõi hơn nhé. A film trilogy was released in 2017 with the first two films being compilations of both seasons of the anime series titled : The Bond and Free! They win a tournament just before graduation, parting ways thereafter. You'll learn to love all the characters as well. In Dive to the Future, Sosuke's shoulder surgery is seen to be successful. Haru meets Albert at a special training camp without realizing who he is and they establish a friendly rapport.
Tsuritama is the wholesome one, the one you wouldn't mind introducing to your grandma. Despite that show isn't filled with an overwhelming amount fanservice that would distract you from the story. Sosuke dislikes Haruka but tolerates his ability to motivate Rin. Both main characters start off as rivals in both shows, but in the end, good teamwork and friendship empowers all. If you enjoy the humor of Free! Because both have a calm, introvert personality, maybe even a little weird. She remains an active member of the Iwatobi Swim Club throughout the series.
He is also sensitive and scares easily. He eventually returns to Japan to look after Ikuya and compete alongside him. Both series displayed the importance of leaning and growing with another as well. In Dive to the Future, Makoto revises his goal of teaching children how to swim to also train professional swimmers, including Haruka and Rin. In Eternal Summer, Rin becomes Samezuka's swim team captain. The plot attributes a lot of focus to the 5 main characters, it shows you where they are coming from and why does swimming mean so much to them. While Free is swimming, Prince of Stride is running.
He begins re-coaching Haruka, Makoto and Nagisa, with the addition of Rei, when they re-establish their school-based swim club and he sees their enthusiasm. Rin is shown to be cold and distant to his former friends, as shown when he meets them in their old childhood swim club. Info: The story revolves around Haruka Nanase, a boy who has always loved to be immersed in water, and to swim in it. The visual confirmed the return of previous characters as well as teasing several new side characters. The club then finally opens, as the Iwatobi Swim Club. He is a strong, quiet person who displays limited facial expressions and has a hard time communicating his feelings. Before graduating from elementary school, he participated in a swimming tournament along with his fellow swimming club members, Makoto Tachibana, Nagisa Hazuki, and Rin Matsuoka.
After the third season's finale, a new animated project slated for a 2020 release was announced. Free is stronger story-wise and the token female protagonist is actually treated like a normal human being. Same things: - sports - friendship - stubborn but likable main characters - school - slice of life elements What I loved about Ouran was the variety of characters and the fun but at appropriate times serious atmosphere. Water-themed slice of life shows bursting with colour where attractive boys bond over water-related activities, such as fishing or swimming. There are countless of series that do the same with female characters, and aim for a male fanbase. Initially he doesn't join the swim team, but does so later on at Rin's insistence. She is a student at Iwatobi High School.
Have that popular character good-looking that everyone wanna be, not very friendly, just wanna be better and better. Both Haru and Aoba have something that sets them apart somewhat from their friends, but the bonds are still very strong. It's worth seeing and I love it! The anime is a sequel to the , High Speed! Both characters extracurricular activities depending on the opposite sex between girls or guys Both anime focus on a group of boys and their development together as a team. In Dive to the Future, he attends Hidaka University and is a third-year swim team member. Both are categorized as Sports animes, where close friends are separated after elementary school and drastically change. In fact, both series consists of a cast of male characters that are dominant in their perspective sports. If you like essentially good-natured characters interacting and a peaceful type of atmosphere, I can recommend both anime highly.
He is Ikuya's friend and top supporter. With baseball however the games can get drawn out as each inning is featured, however it shows the true connection of team playing and of working hard for a goal the main goal in most baseball Anime is reaching Koshein stadium Each unique yet still the same in how amazing they are! Both anime have a respectively catchy opening and soundtrack, coincided by fluid and vibrant animation. If you like one, you're very likely to enjoy the other. With coaching from Sosuke, Aiichiro's swimming improves to the point that Rin allows him to compete in relay. In Dive to the Future, Rin returns to Australia but returns to Japan to swim in the All-Japan Invitational. If you enjoyed sports genre type of anime then Kuroko no Basuke and Free! Both Nanase and Arata had quit their sport because they had a hurt a loved one, but found it impossible to deny their passion for swimming, and in chiyafuru's case, karuta. The series aired in Japan between July 4 and September 26, 2013 on , and was also streamed on the Japanese video-sharing website and simulcast by , who also possesses the home video rights to the series.
I've only seen the first episode but there's a bunch of similarities. Just give them a listen! Are very similar not only in gender but also in the way the story is told, Free has more character development that Prince of Stride, which is a more basic anime that does not bode well in this area. Idol faces, toned bodies, and with character profiles straight out of a dating sim. Surprisingly, Kageyama has his own problems that only Hinata can help with, and learning to work together appears to be the only way for the team to be successful. They also share the same producers. These characters face various challenges that help them to grow and improve together.