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Mushi Productions produced an anime television series based on the first 14 volumes of Tomorrow's Joe. It was broadcast in Japan by Fuji TV from April 1, 1970, to September 29, 1971. A second anime television series, which started from volume 9 and covered the rest of the series, was made by TMS Entertainment and was broadcast by Nippon TV from October 13, 1980, to August 31, 1981. Both anime were directed by Osamu Dezaki. On March 2, 2005, the complete version of the first anime was released by Nippon Columbia on 2 DVD box sets, covering 33 hours and 55 minutes of footage across 79 episodes spanning 16 disks. It also includes an all-color explanation book in 3 volumes totaling 120 pages. Previous release formats include mini-box sets on September 21, 2001, and individual disks on September 21, 2002.[6] Crunchyroll began streaming the second anime from March 24, 2014, under the name Champion Joe 2.[7]




Ashita no Joe Episode 8


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A second live-action film adaptation premiered in Japan on February 11, 2011, starring popular actor/singer Tomohisa Yamashita as Joe Yabuki, Teruyuki Kagawa as Danpei and Yūsuke Iseya as Tōru Rikiishi. The live-action film also received positive response from Hollywood Reporter's Maggie Lee who praised the cast's boxing but criticized the characterization of Danpei and Yoko.[11] Russell Edwards from Variety enjoyed the director's work and, like Lee, enjoyed the work of the leading actors.[12] The film grossed 1.1 billion ($14 million) at the Japanese box office in 2011.[13]


Tomorrow's Joe has been considered one of the most influential manga, with many anime and manga referencing it.[2] For the animated adaptation of the manga Naruto, animator Atsushi Wakabayashi from Pierrot said he was influenced by Tomorrow's Joe. This was mostly because the staff members were fans of the series and felt the character Naruto Uzumaki to be close to the type of archetype they rooted for when watching the series. As a result, Wakabayashi and the rest of the staff members made Naruto stand out in episode 133 where there was too much focus in his fight against Sasuke Uchiha, whom he shared an intense rivalry.[24] The opening sequence of Osamu Dezaki's film also influenced anime director Gorō Taniguchi during the production of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection.[25] Joe was also a major influence in Kyo Kusanagi, the main character of SNK's fighting game series, The King of Fighters.[26] Anime director Kenji Kamiyama, most known for the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex series, cited the original anime among the 15 best anime of all time.[27]


Episodes 5-8 of Claymore comprise a backstory arc about how, as a child, the main character, Clare, ended up being a tag-along to the most powerful Claymore, Teresa the Faint Smile. This arc is arguably the best in the Claymore anime, what with it largely being a chronicle of how badass Teresa is, but it ends in quite an unexpected fashion. At the end of episode 7, Teresa was being hunted by 4 Claymores, having broken the rules of the Claymore organization, and she fights them all throughout episode 8.


Megalo Box premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami block on December 8, 2018 at 12:00 AM.[1][2] On January 5, 2019, the series was moved to the 1:00 AM time slot. On March 16, 2019, episode 6 of Sword Art Online: Alicization began to air on Toonami in its usual time slot of 12:30 AM. However, shortly thereafter the broadcast began to experience technical difficulties. In response, Adult Swim immediately went to commercial to try to fix the issue. When Alicization resumed, it experienced the same problem, so eventually the episode was skipped and episode 12 of Megalo Box began airing ahead of schedule. However, in order to get back on schedule, instead of letting the entire episode of Megalo Box play out, it instead started over at its regular start time of 1:00 AM. On March 23, 2019, the series completed its run on Toonami and was removed from the lineup. 041b061a72


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