Haikyuu Season 3 and 4 Review
The volleyball team from Karasuno has successfully advanced to the playoffs of the qualifying event. They must therefore compete against Shiratorizawa, one of their fiercest rivals and five-time winners, for the privilege of defending their prefecture in the Nationwide Volleyball Tournament. Hinata Shoyo is the protagonist of the anime Haikyuu!! He is a small, youthful high–schooler who is motivated by Tobio Kageyama, a renowned volleyball ace known as the “Little Giant.”
They cast aside their rivalry to become their high school’s volleyball club, Karasuno, the top volleyball club in Japan. Haikyuu!! is a sports-based shounen comic created by Haruichi Furudate and published by Production I.G, TOHO animation, Shueisha, and Mainichi Broadcasting System. Once we get down to doing the season three review, there is a multitude of stuff we want to talk about how that can’t be addressed in 24-25 episodes.
Haikyuu Season 3 Review:
There are only ten chapters in this season of Haikyuu!! It concentrates on a single match against Shiratorizawa and, by far, outperforms the previous two seasons in terms of script, cinematography, and volleyball expertise. There are only ten chapters in this season of Haikyuu!! It concentrates on a single match against Shiratorizawa and, by far, outperforms the previous two seasons in terms of script, cinematography, and volleyball expertise.
This season’s storyline is as straightforward as it gets. Win and you will be able to compete at the national level, or lose. And you will never be able to do that with the older, much more professional players. This is something Haikyuu! does on a regular basis, and it never fails to amaze us. It is beyond us how they are prepared to take such a simple plot line and keep it so good that it improves with each episode.
The season’s increased implications contribute to the season’s tension. The idea that Shiratorizawa, a fan-loved, hyped-up squad, is getting the big evil versus our favourite Karasuno, also makes a huge difference. The meticulous attention to detail within each and every picture reveals the amount of work that has gone into this season. This season has been given a 9 out of 10 just because of these positive aspects by the Anime News Hub: The Hub of All Anime.
|Anime News Hub: The Hub of All Anime||9/10|
Haikyuu Season 4 Review:
The fourth season of Haikyuu, titled Haikyuu!!, is finally here after all of the tension, excitement, sobbing, sweating, practicing, and triumph. The journey to the top had come to an end. The fourth season managed to pick up just where the previous had left off. Hinata and his teammates, the Karasuno guys, will participate in the national tournament if they defeat Shiratorizawa.
This 25-episode season is broken down into two parts, the first of which focuses on Hinata and Kageyama’s preparation in separate facilities. This helps them build their personalities and skills, and they will be an important commodity to the squad whenever they return for championships. The second course concludes with a surprising and decisive victory in the longest game of the series thus far. Haikyuu is Haikyuu, and everyone knows that Haikyuu can’t possibly be bad. Season 4 is a great project that develops the Karasuno brothers’ rich evolution and gets us eager for the “Crows” to soar much further in the new season.
This season’s OST line up was strong, adding to the already gorgeous music. The voice actors assigned to the actors were also fantastic, particularly the Miya twins’ vocal actresses! Haikyuu outperforms themselves this season. Each and every new character is one-of-a-kind and charming.
|IMDb (overall score)||8.7/10|