Haikyuu or Naruto?

What anime shows are better, Haikyuu or Naruto?


Haikyuu !! In Japanese it implies volleyball. Hinata Shouyou, a center school understudy cherished getting to be a volleyball player. After enlisting all the individuals, he was able to take an interest within the to begin with coordinating in his life that he had been holding up for 3 years. Tragically, on the primary coordinator of the qualifiers, Shouyou ran into Kageyama Tobio, who was named the “Ruler of the Field”. Indeed in spite of the fact that his group was disposed of, Shouyou still attempted to hone in arrange to one day vanquish Kageyama. At tall school, Shouyou chose Karasuno, the school that once claimed a competitor who brought him an enthusiasm for volleyball. With his unused club, unused colleagues, Shouyou decided to outperform Kageyama with the unused group, but things were not anticipated.

Junior high school student, Shōyō Hinata, becomes obsessed with volleyball after seeing Karasuno High School playing at Nationals on TV. Short in stature, Hinata was inspired by a player commentator nicknamed ‘The Little Giant’, short but talented winged Karasuno of Spiker. Despite her inexperience, Hinata has enduring health and has an impressive vertical jump; he joined his school’s volleyball club – only to find that he was the only member of it, forcing him to spend the next two years trying to persuade other students to help him practice.

In his third and final year of middle school, some of Hinata’s friends agreed to join the club so he could compete in a tournament. In his first official game, they suffered heavy defeats against the favored team to win the league title – including third-year Tobio Kageyama, a prodigy nicknamed ‘King of the pitch’ duel ‘because of both his skill and his brutal play style. The two cause a brief competition, and after the game, Hinata vows to defeat Kageyama in high school.

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Naruto Uzumaki is a shinobi (ninja) from Konoha (Konoha) and a descendant of the Uzumaki clan. From the very moment of his birth, fate made Naruto become the Jinchuriki of the Nine-Tails – what caused the Konoha villagers to reject him throughout his childhood. After joining Kakashi, Naruto never stopped working hard to gain the recognition of the villagers and towards his dream of becoming a Hokage.

Over the years, overcoming many difficulties and challenges, he became a talented ninja and moreover a hero not only to the people of Konoha but also to the world of Shinobi. After proving himself as one of the key factors that brought victory to the Allied Shinobi forces in the Fourth Shinobi War, Naruto achieved his dream of becoming the seventh Hokage of Konoha.

Under the influence of the Nine-Tails and Sage-Sage – Senjutsu, Naruto-branded moves were born. Naruto was an individual student in the academy, failing three times before becoming the Shinobi with determination. However, Naruto’s skills really improved after the battle with the likes of Neji Hyuga, Gaara, and Kabuto Yasushi.

Under the tutelage and training of Jiraiya on Mount Myoboku, Naruto gradually gained strength that surpassed even the members of Akatsuki, eventually being praised by Konoha Hokage as the village’s hero. Naruto’s appearance during the Fourth Shinobi War also caused the failure of the resurrected Kage and the Tailed Beast. He also defeated opponents that threatened the peace of the Shinobi world such as Uchiha Obito, Uchiha Madara, Sasuke, Kaguya, and Toneri Otsutsuki.

Everyone believed that Naruto’s power overpowered the previous Hokage, and he was the key to the victory of the Allied Shinobi forces. Later, it was this power that enabled him to become the Seventh Hokage and was seen as someone capable of using high-level seal techniques. And is the strongest shinobi not only in the time he lived but also in the history of the Shinobi world? Sasuke is the only person believed to be comparable to him

Haikyuu x  Naruto

Fan comments  

  • Mikoto Misaka Said: That depends on what you like. While both are shonen anime, both approach the genre differently. One is a sports anime with comedy and such, while the other is about Ninjas during a strained peace before wartime and an over bullied kid’s struggle to get people to accept him. Both are great stories. As anime, due to Naruto having literally hundreds of episodes and being a very old anime as well, the animation quality is not great unless you’re watching the movies, but the story more than makes up for it, with an array of interesting characters that even lets you fall in love with the way the enemies are written. Haikyuu is shorter and more down to earth, with less bloody battles and not as much of the whole ‘strive to overcome being born hated by everyone’ vibe as Naruto, but it’s easier to binge nature, and it’s higher animation quality, plus good humor allow it to sit up top as pretty good.

The final answer. Both are great, and it’s all a matter of preference. Ninja battles or sports? Hundreds of episodes to binge so you don’t ever run out of things to watch or just a normal anime season of episodes for the one guy or girl who doesn’t want to spend an entire time life watching the same anime?

It’s like trying to compare Konosuba with Re: Zero. Both are essentially the same genre of Isekai, but both do completely different things with the genres that make them impossible to compare without judging for yourself what you want.

  • D Williams said: I’ll have to say One Piece if you want something better than Naruto and Haikyuu!! Also Gintama, Jojo Bizarre Adventures, Hunter X Hunter ( But I strongly recommend that you stay away from Hunter, even though it’s way better than Naruto and Haikyuu!! You have to wait a long time for content, because of the consistent hiatuses. BUT if you want something great then go forward. BTW One Piece is the best anime that I have to give to you but I have others.

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