Shueisha has shared a new Haykyu!! anime-related video based on the manga written by Haruichi Furudate, whose animated series just celebrated its anniversary during Haykyu!! DAY 23.
After the announcement that Haikyu!! will finish telling its story with two new films adapting the last arcs of the original manga series, it was the perfect time to go back and relive some of the best moments from the entire series. That series of moments is now captured in this commemorative video, which is accompanied by the song “Fly High” by Burnout Syndromes, which we heard during the fourth opening of the animated series. See below.
Anime adaptation of Haikyu!! It has 86 episodes spread over four seasons, as well as several OVAs and films that follow the series’ main story. You can see all this content on Crunchyroll both in the original language with subtitles and dubbed into several languages (including Latin-Spanish).
On the other hand, Haikyu!! It began as a manga written and illustrated by Haruichi Furudate in the pages of Shueisha Weekly Shonen Jump between February 2012 and July 2020. The main story was completed with a total of 45 compiled volumes. Panini Manga is responsible for publishing the manga in the West in a 3 in 1 edition.
What do you think of Haikyu’s commemorative video!! from Shueisha?
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