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Recently, there have been many anime with some extraordinary animated fight sequences and with all the time on my hands, I decided to break down a few of them. Fight scenes are highly complex ways of portraying antagonisms, hence animators work really hard to represent this when showcasing battles between sides. In this episode I look at the combat sakuga of My Hero Academia Season 4 (2019), Fire Force (2019) and Fate/Grand Order: Absolute Demonic Front – Babylonia (2019) in order to gain a greater understanding of the beauty and genius of fight scenes in anime. On the side I talk about my random obsession with Fate/Grand Order.



sakugabooru (

Fate/Grand Order: Zettai Majuu Sensen Babylonia (MyAnimeList)

Enen no Shouboutai (MyAnimeList)

Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season (MyAnimeList)

Fire Force cuts (sakugabooru)

Ikarashi cuts – FGO (sakugabooru)

Yamamoto cuts – FGO (sakugabooru)

Nakamura cuts – MHA S4 (sakugabooru)

Sugita + Shibata cuts MHA S4 (sakugabooru)

Yukina Kosaka cuts MHA S4 (sakugabooru)

Fight Definition (Cambridge English Dictionary)

Get In The Mecha Episode 25: Understanding Sakuga


Difference by chasersgaming

Mandatory Overtime by Joth

8-Bit Title Screen by Joth


Eric Matyas (Edited for length)

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