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Basquash! Blu-ray

4 star rating out of 5
2 Reviews
SKU: 816726027227

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About Basquash! Blu-ray

Basquash! contains episodes 1-26 of the anime directed by Hidekazu Sato and Shin Itagaki.

On the planet Earthdash, the infrastructure is crumbling and everyone wants to escape to the technologically advanced lunar city of Mooneyes. Unfortunately for young Dan, who dreams of taking his disabled sister to the moon for medical treatment for her paralyzed legs, only their societies' most elite are allowed to leave the planet. Dan's big chance comes when he crashes a game of Bigfoot Basketball, which is played with giant robots, and accidentally revolutionizes the sport.

Taking the game to new heights of mayhem and destruction, he gains fame but not fortune or a trip to the moon. Instead, he'll have to fight his way to the top of a radically changed game while solving a mystery that could affect the future of the entire planet!

Special Features: Japanese Promos, Clean Opening Animations, Clean Closing Animations


  • Publisher: MAIDEN JAPAN
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Science Fiction
  • Themes: Adventure, Mecha, Sports
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 650
  • Release Date: 6/18/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

A hidden gem of a show

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I’m honestly surprised this one doesn’t get the attention it deserves. I picked this one up cause I wanted to try out a sports anime for once and this one looked interesting. And boy, I’m glad I did. This show was so good. It does start off a bit slow, but as it goes on, it just gets better and better. It’s different then your typical sports anime and not much of the basketball sport is played, but when it is played, that’s where it’s at. It usually ends with the theme music playing and everything is hyped up. These are the moments I crave. The plot can get a little confusing towards the end and the main character isn’t the best but everything else shines. And let’s not forget about the fan service. Not much to destroy this show, but just enough to satisfy. Other shows that remind me of this one because of the art style, story elements, and humor are Megalobox, Gurren Lagann, and even some Megas XLR. In all, I would definitely recommend this one to anyone wanting a quaint sports anime.

3 star rating out of 5

Strong Start, Novel Concept, Weak Execution


This show starts off promising. A real early 2000s punk/underground culture feeling setting that's at home with the aesthetics of Jet Set Radio or Air Gear. The rebellious attitude of the setting grabs your attention right away, and fun character designs and personalities make you want to see more.

Unfortunately the show kind of falls off the rails after Episode 8. It recovers after a few off-model episodes and slowly builds back its momentum. Its not helped that the show sort of shoehorns a rival love interest that (in my opinion) nobody watching the show is interested in.

The scope of the story expands in the second half to the point of it becoming hard to follow if you're not binging all 26 episodes, and even then I can't guarantee it will be satisfying. Still, outside of a recurring trio of idols, The characters in the show are compelling and I feel like this show still has a lot to offer for people who yearn to scratch that 2000s Underground Sport itch.