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Major Season 4

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4.412 out of 5 from 2,038 votes
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Goro’s sporting adventures continue, only this time he is in the land where baseball was born – America! Not only are his opponents bigger, tougher, and more determined than ever before, but even his teammates are ultimately competitors in the grueling race for the Major Leagues. Add to that the culture shock and language barriers and it is clear he has his work cut out for him. Still, Goro has never been closer to his dream of the Major Leagues and, as far as he is concerned, the bigger the challenge, the sweeter the victory!

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related anime

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Major Season 1 TV 2004 TBD
Major Season 2 TV 2005 TBD
Major Season 3 TV 2007 Prequel
Gekijouban Major Movie 2008 TBD
Major Season 5 TV 2009 Sequel
Major Season 6 TV 2010 Same Franchise
Major: Message OVA 2010 Same Franchise
Major: World Series OVA 2011 TBD

related manga

Manga Name Year Relation More Info
Major 1994 TBD
Name Role
Kenichi OHNUKI Character Design
Riku FUKUSHIMA Director
Noriyuki ASAKURA Music
Takuya MITSUDA Original Manga Creator
Naohiko FURUICHI Producer

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Major Season 4 VivisQueen 6/10 Feb 14, 2009

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Ippo Makunouchi is a loser. He has no friends, he spends his free time helping his mom with work, and he's constantly being beaten up by bullies. But that all changes when one day he's saved from another beating by Takamura, an up-and-coming boxer. Soon, Ippo turns his life around with a passion for the newly discovered sport, but his new lifestyle is far from easy! Before he can even dream of becoming champion, he'll have to overcome a slew of fierce rivals and learn what 'dedication' really means.

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So you're watching Major and you think you've tasted the best that sports anime can offer? Think again! If you love Major, then Hajime no Ippo is a must-watch. With inspiring protagonists, tragic backgrounds, and an action-packed plot that never fails to give and is free of filler, you'll find Hajime no Ippo as gratifying (if not more so) as Major.


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These are both superb anime that delve into the grit behind the world of sports. Immense character developement. Emotional, mental, AND physical adversity. 

If you dont respect athletes now, youll learn to - but dont worry. Theres also a hell of a lot of humor thrown in to prevent you from blowing an aneurysm.

I highly recommend both. 

Cross Game

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After loving everything Major did, I cannot believe I almost missed out on Cross Game. Are you still twitching from that Post-Awesome Anime Depression? Miss that RAWR RAWR YEAH YEAH feeling and need a high to replace the one Major gave you? Then watch Cross Game. It's just as brilliant at developing nail-biting baseball games, combining it with heart-wrenching drama and marvellously involving character development for a thoroughly rousing experience.

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One Outs

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Kojima is a baseball legend. As the superstar cleanup hitter for the Lycaons, he won himself many awards including rookie of the year seven times; but there's one title he never acquired: champion. In an attempt to find that special something Kojima feels he's missing inside, he opens a training camp in Okinawa. There, through a series of events, Kojima is introduced to a high stakes game dominated by the talented Toua Tokuchi, and subsequently loses a fortune. However, Kojima finally defeats Toua and due to their agreement, he enlists him to join the now poorly-ranked Lycaons - but Toua demands a high price: instead of a salary, he will receive five million yen for each out, and lose fifty million yen for each point lost. With a bad attitude and prodigal skills, Toua will help transform the Lycaons into winners once more.

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You should definitely try One Outs next if you really like Major. One Outs has a fantastic protagonist as memorable and engaging as Goro. Except Toua Tokuchi is the complete opposite to Goro in that he's cynical, dark, and totally comfortable using sneaky methods to win. How he does this, though, is just as AWESOME as Goro at his most kick-arse. In short, One Outs is what you would get if you crossed Major with Death Note, and I think that should be recommendation enough.