Picking up where the second season ended, the boys prepare to finally face off for the right to represent the prefecture in the volleyball national championship. Despite being known as “The Fallen Champions,” Karasuno is determined to take down the powerhouse that is the Shiratorizawa High volleyball team. As Hinata comes closer to fulfilling his promise to defeat Ushijima’s team, will the “Flightless Crows” finally find their wings and soar above the best school in the prefecture?
The Threat of the "Left"
The Halo Around the Moon
Individual VS Numbers
The Chemical Change of Encounters
An Annoying Guy
The Volleyball Idiots
The Battle of Concepts
i usually wait till i have watched something whole but this time there is no need to. episode 4 just came out and while the season so far has been perfect i just can`t believe how an anime about volley can be so damn good.the episode was crazy good ,it gave me goosebumps and it made cheer or frawn for every point won or lost.in the end one or two manly tears run down my cheek because of the intensity. season 1 was almost 5/5 material, season 2 was of course 5/5 perfection manifested and season 3 is already 10/5.i really haven`t felt like that for an anime since....propably one piece(not even kidding).so yes that means watch it, do a favor to yourself and watch it.
This was the best final touch for the Haikyuu!! series. You get such an adrenaline rush during all of the matches and can't take your eyes off of it. I thought this was probably the best and most intense match in the entire series, and definitely worth watching.
A Climactic Close to an Incredible Season!Pretty much continuing from where it's incredible Season Two left off, our boiz at Karasuno have finally made it to the finals and are one step away from taking out the Spring tournament, but only one more team stands in their way, the powerhouse school Shiratorizawa Academy. We are thrown right into the final match and you seriously don't want to miss any of it, we get backstory for more characters, intense on-court action and a very heartwarming end.One thing i've come to realize is Haikyuu doesn't try to make us hate all the teams opposing Karasuno and instead make's them very reasonable and relatable characters. We get to see others from Karasuno shine like Kei Tsukishima, showing his grit and perseverance to Koshi Sugawara, who's always humble and willing to do anything for the team. We also get to learn about the chaps from Shiratorizawa Academy, from the odd Satori Tendou to their superstar Ace, Wakatoshi Ushijima. Proving once again that the characters in Haikyuu are incredibly charming and awesome.The animation is superbly done again by Studio I.G., delivering with the on-court action along with it's crisp art style. The sound team also do a great job with all the sound effects again, the soundtrack continues to invigorate and embody the emotions of every scene and action, and it's all compacted into only 10 episodes. Haikyuu does so well at blending the story with the on-court action, making the flow of things seem so smooth and is one of the reasons why Haikyuu is so good. Overall this was the perfect close to a fantastic season, with this being Haikyuu at its pinnacle best.+ Intense Final Match.+ Heartwarming Ending.+ Exciting On-Court Action.hope this helps...🤙
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