Slam dunk has the slams, does the other have the jams? Kuroko’s Basketball (also known as Kuroko No Basuke or Kurobasu to fans) is a basketball manga/anime about the eponymous Kuroko. On the other hand Slam Dunks opening didn't really leave an impact. I often see people comparing Kuroko no Basket with Haikyuu for being released during the 2010s and made by Production I.G. But I guess considering the fact they're Lebron level HSers who would wreck Americans is a bit better than the absurdity of Eye Shield 21. 6. But the plot of these two shows are quite different for being basketball animes. Kuroko’s Basketball is commonly referred to as “the Slam Dunk of this generation”, meaning that it’s the definitive basketball anime for the 2010s. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. © OneHallyu 2020. :^). I'll be comparing things like their characters, plot, soundtrack, who knows. And that's what makes Kuroko a faggot substitute really. But if you were forced to choose only one then I'd personally go with Kuroko no Basket Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, You will also scream the name of your move as you are pressing it, and it will be animated with flashing lights and all sorts of funky (but irrelevant) backgrounds. is a property of MyAnimeList Co.,Ltd.
It has a lot more humor/zany/chibi stuff then KNB outside the games, but the actual basketball there is no comparison. They mixed a great sport and awesome abilities that are really cool. Hope you enjoyed and thanks for reading! Though comedy wise, Slam Dunk has them beat, KnB had better soundtrack, plot and animation. FAQ Credit: Kuroko no Basket Facebook Page. It has been at least 9 years since I have seen the series and most of the love for the show probably comes from nostalgia. I remember going home early after class just so I could catch up with my fave anime. I decided to compare the two in a showdown: Slam Dunk vs Kuroko no Basket. He's a hilarious guy and he makes a fine main character like Kuroko. Rukawa is a real deal basketball genius. And I have to say KnB has some fantastic art and animation going for them. Some of Aomine's formless shot techniques are a bit crazy. Everyone should stfu about the yaoi thing, knb is good as well but not on slam dunk level. Credit: Kuroko no Basket Facebook Page, Kuroko's Basketball: Last Game. This part is prob gonna be longer than the rest but to save myself some work I'm just gonna be talking about just a few characters from each show. KnB - 4.7/5 | Slam Dunk 4/5.

And after that he decided to stick with the sport and he's sort of good at it.

Overall KnB was more enjoyable for me to watch. In Slam Dunk, protagonist Sakuragi Hanamichi starts the series as a complete basketball newbie. The Gakkou no Kaidan Dubbed Anime is So Funny it's Scary! Walaupun sama-sama bergenre basket, kedua anime ini memiliki perbedaan yang akan kita bahas pada artikel ini. For Kuroko, each member of the Generation of Miracles has brightly coloured hair that could only be possible in real life with copious amounts of bleaching and hair dye. Any in-depth examination would probably be pages and pages long. They’re in university now, so they’re bigger and stronger. Kuroko’s Basketball’s characters are legendary from the get go, Aomine in the Zone.

On one hand you have KnB's plot which is, the two main characters who are already great basketball players wanting to defeat the Generation of Miracles. He has an insane drive to win and hates losing to people so he's always improving himself. Mitsui/Jin as SG, more on Jin since Mitsui has stamina problem, but Midorima is still better than them. Then I'd get Anzai-sensei to be the coach so as to sort out Morishige and Sawakita's attitudes. What it also does is to subtly remind you that they are really special (since everyone else has black or dark coloured hair) and powerful players, and hence worthy of their title as the Generation of Miracles.

', Why Kuroko’s Basketball is better than Slam Dunk. Joe is a great character! Sakuragi barely PASSES that far. I love basketball too and I was wondering if Kuroko Basketball was good basketball anime , is it in Slam Dunk level ? Personally I do like the plot of KnB more than Slam Dunk. From the power of shooting anywhere to lighting from your eyes when you're "in the zone" made everything entertaining. Kuroko’s quest is to defeat each one of their teams, and show them the power of friendship in the process. But he's got an annoying fan base. It was pretty interesting. He used to hate basketball until the love of his life introduced it to him. He's a punk on the street turned into self proclaimed basketball genius. But if you were forced to choose only one then I'd personally go with Kuroko no Basket, Well there you guys go those are my personal feelings and opinions on these two great basketball shows. Overall KnB was more enjoyable for me to watch. KNB is just another wannabe prince of tennis with No originality. I really like its simple animation and character designs from Adachi Mitsuru. There is also the extra nostalgia points. ©2020 All Rights Reserved. Even though I have only seen the anime when I was young, the manga for Slam Dunk is one best selling comics of all time, beating JoJo's Bizzare Adventure even though it ran for only 6 years. And at the end of the day Slam Dunk had me laughing pretty much every episode. Welcome to the forums! Generation of Miracles team is most likely to win considering they have all these ridiculous, out of the real world moves. In Kuroko no Basket, titular protagonist Kuroko Tetsuya is repeatedly referred to as one of the players with the weakest attributes. It was pretty interesting. If dragon ball started shounen and action revolution in the industry and is considered the father.. Slam.dunk is the father of Sports Series!! Kuroko's Ignite Pass Kai. Now I feel that slam dunk easily has better characters, better looking jerseys, and overall a better story (based off of a true story) but since Kuroko picks up pretty fast and the cinematically make everything visually appealing I would prefer to watch it over slam dunk, That's my too cents, try not to hate on my opinion lmao, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, Press J to jump to the feed. Rukawa is I guess considered a main character. I've only watched Slam Dunk. Credit: Kuroko no Basket Facebook Page. Slam Dunk generally deals with darker themes, such as loss, redemption and ambition.

One notable theme that both series do share is the importance of hard-work and dedication. ~(◕◡◕)~, __________________________________________. I also prefer Slam Dunk because it's more realistic, but I enjoyed Kuroko too, it has some great action and hypeness. By personally i've never watched slam dunk through (got bored >//< ) but i love KnB!! It has been about 30 years since the Dragon Ball anime was born. Everyone of them had their own different perks and their own different reasons for me to like them. Really interesting and great. Warning: Do not do an Internet search for “Aomine Kise” unless you want to be scarred for life forever. Credit: Kuroko no Basket Facebook Page.

We consider some points of interest below. Nevertheless, his unrelenting work ethic sees him through hellish practice after hellish practice in the exacting Teiko team – to the point where he catches the eye of Captain Seijuro Akashi, who eventually moulds him into the champion team’s ‘Phantom Sixth Man’. Sports is my favorite genre so I enjoyed Slam Dunk more. The openings blended well with the show and it got you hyped up to watch it. He's probably equivalent to that of someone from the GoM. Slam Dunk Vs. Kuroko basketball .. Products of two different eras, the art style of both Slam Dunk and Kuroko no Basket also differ accordingly. He probably didn't have a lot of knowledge of basketball but it isn't really going for the feel of the game or homages to the NBA or Japanese high school teams, but the feel of a Shonen. But I do think they used it effectively during intense moments. Kuroko no basket is pretty decent, disregard the bishies and the fangirls And that almost every new sports anime is directed to fujoshis, even if it is unintentional. However the comparison I would like to make is between Kuroko and Slam Dunk. KNB the author was going for more of a pure Shonen series in a loosely based in a basketball setting. For me, they were basically “orange haired guy” (Sakuragi) and everybody else, because they all had black or dark coloured hair. Advertising Another great anime/manga from him are Touch and Katsu. it sure as hell beats the crap out of Kuroko no Basket While i think Slam Dunk is better, because sakuragi. A little hard to compare, but I couldn't help myself having read both series.

Basically a team consisting of Akagi/Uzumi as Center, Akagi would be better but his ankle injury will be a problem against Murasakibara since he has enough strength to destroy the whole ring including its post and Uzumi is weaker than Akagi. So let's start with Kuroko no Basket, Kuroko is the main character for KnB and he's one of my favorite characters in the show altogether. Credit: Kuroko no Basket Facebook Page. Arguably, Kuroko no Basket would have been just as successful if the subject matter was any other team-based sport. In all 3 seasons I think they did a fantastic job with colors, fluid motion, everything. Those are just a few characters from these series. Inazuma Eleven has introduced a bunch of soccer teams throughout the series, ranging from the traditional good guys, to aliens, and even angels and demons. Halloween Drawing Contest is happening now!

Still, Americans are generally larger than the Japanese, so the Vorpal Swords are in for a tough fight. Both should be watched and appreciated for their own merits, as audiences will no doubt derive different delights from each series. I often see people comparing Kuroko no Basket with Haikyuu for being released during the 2010s and made by Production I.G. Every character has a signature move that’s glamourised so that they look awesome when performing it, even if it’s just a pass (like Kuroko’s Ignite Pass Kai). Terms

The first few episodes of Slam Dunk were kind of boring. This was just a short, quick look at some of the main similarities and differences between Slam Dunk and Kuroko no Basket.

You might disagree, insults may be flung, we might start a flame war, but wars have been started over smaller issues (no, not really, so please don’t start a war). While Slam Dunk follows Shohoku’s progress in a fairly linear fashion, Kuroko’s Basketball  usually has two storylines going on. Before I get burned at stake by the legions of Slam Dunk fans, let me give you six undoubtedly good reasons that show Kuroko’s Basketball is the superior anime. Get a taste of what it's like to face a Pokemon in real life, and bring back all the feels that you have for the game and the anime! being far, i've only read about a third of Hajime no Ippo, and none of the older ones like Ring ni Kakero or Ashita no Joe, but it is a top quality manga just read it and forget about the anime. Kuroko’s Basketball usually has two storylines going on, Young Kuroko and Aomine in the background, Senior High Kuroko and Aomine in the foreground. slam dunk though i love kuroko no baske too, You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Press Room These plots are pretty different but both are enjoyable to watch. He's hilarious and he's always trying to improve himself and his copying skills.