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The most visually stunning Anime matches, ranked

The most visually stunning Anime matches, ranked

Animated storytelling is one of the most intricate art forms in the world today. It takes a lot of time and effort to create the perfect visually stunning anime, which consists of a series of steps. Art direction, plot development and design are some of the most essential components that are easily missed, especially when watching a high-intensity combat sequence. Series such as Kimetsu No Yaiba (Demon Slayer) and Attack on Titan got top rankings on the charts because of their fantastic fight scenes.

From colossal supernatural battles to ordinary people fighting it, here are the most visually stunning anime battles, ranked:

7 Emiya Kiritsugu vs. Kotomine Kirei (Fate / Zero)

The Fate Saga is known for its supernatural combat sequences and unique stories. Yet it is this simple battle sequence between two ordinary men, Kiritsugu and Kirei, that takes the cake. Choreographed and animated much like the action sequences in movies, this man-to-man battle on asphalt is raw and brutal, but the blows that are thrown and the kicks that are received have their own beautiful grace.

Adapted from the light novel written by Gen Urobuchi and illustrated by Takashi Takeuchi, Fate / null is an anime TV series directed by Ei Aoki, and produced by Ufotable, known for works such as The Garden of Sins and Demon butcher.


6 Deku vs. Overhaul (My Hero Academia)

My Hero Academia is known for having a large ensemble of characters with unique abilities and equally unique battle scenes. For a fight sequence to stand out in such an environment is no small achievement. Deku and Overhaul both have a lot at stake in this fight, and it is shown through the animation that is specific to each character’s style. Where Dekus’ injuries constantly threaten to slow him down, Overhaul becomes less like himself with each passing minute, as he continues to merge with his henchman.

Adapted from the manga series by Kōhei Horikoshi and directed by Kenji Nagasaki, My heroAcademy is an anime TV series produced by Bones Inc., known for works such as Bungo Stray Dogs and Ouran High School Host Club.

5 Naruto & Sasuke vs. Momoshiki (Boruto: Naruto Next Generations)

No other combat sequence captures the essence of ninjas in combat like this. Naruto and Sasuke get to shine and give a full display of their talents that they have spent years perfecting. It’s the perfect nostalgic moment for longtime audiences to see every single gesture, every gesture flourish and create an impression in this spectacularly animated showdown.

Adapted from the manga series written by Ukyō Kodachi and Masashi Kishimoto, and illustrated by Mikio Ikemoto, Boruto is an anime TV series directed by Noriyuki Abe and Masayuki Kōda. It is produced by Pierrot Co., known for works such as Great teacher Onizuka and Naruto.


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4 Gintoki vs. Takasugi (Gintama)

It’s not always fun to play with Gintama, and this fight sequence is an indication of how dramatic anime can become, when two former best friends go against each other. Both Gintoki and Takasugi have a lot to lose here, as humans, as friends, and most importantly, as swordsmen. The flattering close-ups and incredible sound design make the audience feel part of the unrest, especially when a blood-soaked Gintoki is shown pulling his nails through the ground, a symbol of how difficult this fight has been for both men. . One of the great things about Gintoki is especially how he looks like he is dancing while fighting his opponent. His movements are clean, precise and elegant, unlike the other characters in the show.

Adapted from the manga series by Hideaki Sorachi and directed by Shinji Takamatsu and Yōichi Fujita, Gintama is an anime TV series produced by Bandai Namco Filmworks, Inc., known for works such as Cowboy Bebop and Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion.

3 Levi vs. Kenny’s Squad (Attack on Titan)

The best thing about this fight sequence is how it creates extraordinary effects out of simplified movements. By combining elements of parkour and gymnastics at times, Levi is incredibly skilled at maneuvering through the urban landscape, utilizing the buildings and objects to the best of his ability.

Adapted from the manga series by Hajime Isayama and directed by Tetsurō Araki and Yuichiro Hayashi, Attack on Titan is an anime TV series. The first 59 episodes were produced by Wit Studio (Spy × Family), while the rest of the episodes were produced by MAPPA, known for works such as Yuri !!! on ice and Jujutsu Kaisen.


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2 Gon Vs. Neferpitou (Hunter x Hunter)

This monochrome fight sequence may look simple visually, but that’s what makes it unique. Gon is past the point of no return, with revenge on his heart. When he lands blow after blow on Neferpitou, the sparks fly and the animation changes, revealing Pitou’s soluble flesh bit by bit. It’s raw, visceral and frankly cruel, but this is what makes it a fantastic fight sequence.

Adapted from the manga series by Yoshihiro Togashi and directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, Hunter xI am is an anime TV series and film produced by Nippon Animation, known for works adapted from Western literature such as Arabian Nights: Sinbad’s Adventures as well as original works such as Bokuwa Ō-sama.

1 Tanjiro & Nezuko vs. Rui (Demon Slayer)

As if the emotional stakes in this match were not already high enough, the sibling duo Tanjiro and Nezuko increase the tension by making sparks fly. The result is this beautiful burst of color that flows like mysterious water around the characters, while they participate in intense battle that is at times brutal and at times like a graceful dance.

Adapted from the manga series by Koyoharu Gotouge and directed by Haruo Sotozaki, Demon butcher is an anime TV series and movie produced by Ufotable, known for works like The Garden of Sins and FateUnlimited Bladeworks saga.

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