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19th Mar '18 5:28:37 PM Yujiro_Hanma
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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during July of 2018 on Netflix in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.

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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during July of July, 2018 on Netflix in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.
19th Mar '18 5:28:04 PM Yujiro_Hanma
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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during the July of 2018 on Netflix in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.

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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during the July of 2018 on Netflix in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.
17th Mar '18 3:58:11 AM Smeagol17
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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during the July of 2018 on Netflix in Japan and in in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.

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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during the July of 2018 on Netflix in Japan and in in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.
17th Mar '18 3:57:44 AM Smeagol17
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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. An OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and a tv series adaptation of the same is due during the July of 2018.

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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. An A short OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and a tv an ONA series adaptation of the same is due during the July of 2018.
2018 on Netflix in Japan and in in Japan, and in Fall 2018 outside it.
17th Mar '18 3:50:50 AM Smeagol17
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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. An OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series is due during the fall of 2018.

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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. An OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series was released on December 6, 2016 and a tv series adaptation of the same is due during the fall July of 2018.
16th Mar '18 10:01:05 PM TroperBeDoper
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* ManlyTears: Totally expected of a series full of manly men but also has drama. Many examples but in particular the end of the battle between Ian McGreggor and Chiharu Shiba. In the audience are greatly move by Shiba's heart and determination. BIG one after when Kaouru Hanayama, who happens to be one of the manliest men in a series about manly men, gives Shiba a manly embrace and call him a role model for everyone looked down on by society. As Hanayama was also Shiba's hero, water just pours from Shiba's eyes.

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* ManlyTears: Totally expected of a series full of manly men but also has drama. Many examples but in particular the end of the battle between Ian McGreggor [=McGreggor=] and Chiharu Shiba. In the audience are greatly move by Shiba's heart and determination. BIG one after when Kaouru Hanayama, who happens to be one of the manliest men in a series about manly men, gives Shiba a manly embrace and call him a role model for everyone looked down on by society. As Hanayama was also Shiba's hero, water just pours from Shiba's eyes.
26th Jan '18 12:42:15 AM Yujiro_Hanma
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''New Grappler Baki'' directly follows the climax of the previous series, as Baki and four of the best fighters from the Korakuen arena face off against five of the world's most dangerous death row inmates. Who have just escaped maximum security prison and even their own executions and are now looking to face the strongest fighters in the world. Their search for a challenge leading them to unknowingly and inexplicably congregate to the secret fighting circles of Tokyo. Baki then heads to china alongside his father (and a few special guests) against the representatives of various traditional martial arts styles called "Kaiohs." [[spoiler: among them the 146 year old grandmaster of grandmasters: Kaku Kaioh]] To take part in the centennial Raitai tournament wherein the winner will be declared the "True Kaioh". Finally there is the arrival of Muhammad Ali Jr. to Japan. Who is trying to establish his reputation as a powerful fighter and test out the new martial art he claims to have created from boxing and use it defeat Baki.

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''New Grappler Baki'' directly follows the climax of the previous series, as Baki and four of the best fighters from the Korakuen arena face off against five of the world's most dangerous death row inmates. Who have just escaped maximum security prison and even their own executions and are now looking to face the strongest fighters in the world. Their search for a challenge leading them to unknowingly and inexplicably congregate to the secret fighting circles of Tokyo. After some of the most gritty and gruesomely realistic fighting in the series [[spoiler: which ends with all of the convicts either dead, horribly mutilated, or regressed into a childlike state due to complete ego death]], Baki then heads to china alongside his father (and a few special guests) against the representatives of various traditional martial arts styles called "Kaiohs." [[spoiler: among them the 146 year old grandmaster of grandmasters: Kaku Kaioh]] To take part in the centennial Raitai tournament wherein the winner will be declared the "True Kaioh". Finally there is the arrival of Muhammad Ali Jr. to Japan. Who is trying to establish his reputation as a powerful fighter and test out the new martial art he claims to have created from boxing and use it defeat Baki.
26th Jan '18 12:28:34 AM Yujiro_Hanma
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->''"Grappler Baki is a fighting series in which [[HumanoidAbomination Humanoid abominations]] fight each other."''
-->--[[http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?409613-Weakest-person-who-can-beat-the-Hanma-Hanma-Human-Nunchaku-Technique&p=15015109&viewfull=1#post15015109 A poster]] succinctly explaining the series.

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->''"Grappler Baki ->''"If one is born as a fighting series Male At least once in which [[HumanoidAbomination Humanoid abominations]] fight each other."''
-->--[[http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?409613-Weakest-person-who-can-beat-the-Hanma-Hanma-Human-Nunchaku-Technique&p=15015109&viewfull=1#post15015109 A poster]] succinctly explaining
his life he'll dream of becoming the series.
strongest man alive. Grappler, the martial artist who aims to become the strongest in the world!"''
-->--Quote from the original opening
26th Jan '18 12:20:12 AM Yujiro_Hanma
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It was originally serialized in ''Weekly Shonen Champion'' from 1991 to 1999, lasting 42 volumes, and followed by two sequel series, ''New Grappler Baki'' and ''Baki: Son of an Ogre''.

''New Grappler Baki'' directly follows the climax of the previous series, as Baki and four of the best fighters from the Korakuen arena face off against five of the world's most dangerous death row inmates. Who have just escaped maximum security prison and are looking to face the strongest fighters in the world. Their search for a challenge leading them to unknowingly and inexplicably congregate to the underworld of Tokyo. Baki then heads to china alongside his father (and a few special guests) against the representatives of various traditional martial arts styles called "kaiohs." To take part in the centennial Raitai tournament wherein the winner will be declared the "true kaioh". Finally there is Muhammad Ali Jr., who is trying to prove himself and the test out the new martial art he claims to have created from boxing.

''Baki: Son of an Ogre'' (also known as ''Hanma Baki'') follows the road to the final battle between father and son, as Baki trains fighting the most physically remarkable antagonists in the series yet: Biscuit "Unchained" Oliva, the strongest man in America who is powerful enough to treat the most secure supermax prison in the world as his own personal residence, living a life of sophisticated luxury and obliterating anyone who tries to challenge his position as number one. Then there is Pickle the defrosted caveman.

''Baki-Dou''(also known as ''The Way of Baki'') takes place after the events of ''Baki: Son of an Ogre''. As Baki adjusts to life after achieving his goal, a project is underway to clone Miyamoto Musashi, one of the fathers of martial arts.

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It was originally serialized in ''Weekly Shonen Champion'' from 1991 to 1999, lasting 42 volumes, and followed by two three sequel series, ''New Grappler Baki'' and Baki'', ''Baki: Son of an Ogre''.

Ogre'', and ''Baki-Dou''.

''Grappler Baki'' is the first series of the saga where we see Baki’s humble beginnings against the martial arts clubs and delinquents of his school and the start of his delve into serious training. Baki’s fighting foundations are established through his countless life or death battles against a litany of formidable opponents: from champion heavyweight boxers to yakuza bosses, from special ops soldiers deep in the war torn jungle to great beasts hidden in the mountains. All of these battles just steeping stones setting Baki up for his first serious fight with his father, the strongest man in the world, Yujiro Hanma, and beginning the years long feud between the two. Finally we see Baki having already distinguished himself as Korakuen’s foremost champion, enter into the “Maximum Tournament” where he will have to defend his title against a slew of powerful fighters from the heights of professional fighting to the bottom of the underworld, before facing off against the man who will become his greatest rival. [[spoiler: His monstrous half-brother Jack Hanma.]]

''New Grappler Baki'' directly follows the climax of the previous series, as Baki and four of the best fighters from the Korakuen arena face off against five of the world's most dangerous death row inmates. Who have just escaped maximum security prison and even their own executions and are now looking to face the strongest fighters in the world. Their search for a challenge leading them to unknowingly and inexplicably congregate to the underworld secret fighting circles of Tokyo. Baki then heads to china alongside his father (and a few special guests) against the representatives of various traditional martial arts styles called "kaiohs."Kaiohs." [[spoiler: among them the 146 year old grandmaster of grandmasters: Kaku Kaioh]] To take part in the centennial Raitai tournament wherein the winner will be declared the "true kaioh". "True Kaioh". Finally there is the arrival of Muhammad Ali Jr., who Jr. to Japan. Who is trying to prove himself establish his reputation as a powerful fighter and the test out the new martial art he claims to have created from boxing.boxing and use it defeat Baki.

''Baki: Son of an Ogre'' (also known as ''Hanma Baki'') follows the road to the final battle between father and son, as Baki trains fighting the most physically remarkable antagonists in the saga yet. After managing to strong-arm the President of the United States into sending him to the seemingly impregnable Arizona State Prison Fortress, Baki gets to meet Biscuit "Unchained" Oliva. The strongest man in America who is powerful enough to treat the most secure supermax prison in the world as his own personal residence, living a life of sophisticated luxury and obliterating anyone who tries to challenge his position as number one. Then in an obscenely improbable turn of fate, Pickle the defrosted caveman who has just been rudely awoken after millions of years of cryogenic sleep, is thrown headfirst into the modern world. But having no more dinosaurs to feast on, the ultimate predator turns his hunger to the greatest warriors of humanity, the only rule: eat or be eaten. Finally we see the climax of the series as Baki and Yujiro go face to face in the grudge match to end all grudge matches.


''Baki: Son of an Ogre'' ''Baki-Dou'' (also known as ''Hanma Baki'') follows the road to the final battle between father and son, as Baki trains fighting the most physically remarkable antagonists in the series yet: Biscuit "Unchained" Oliva, the strongest man in America who is powerful enough to treat the most secure supermax prison in the world as his own personal residence, living a life of sophisticated luxury and obliterating anyone who tries to challenge his position as number one. Then there is Pickle the defrosted caveman.

''Baki-Dou''(also
known as ''The Way of Baki'') takes place after the events of ''Baki: Son of an Ogre''. As a bored and discontented Baki adjusts to life after achieving his goal, with the rest of the fighters feeling much the same way. But unbeknownst to them a secret project is underway to clone Miyamoto Musashi, one of the fathers of martial arts.
greatest swordsman in history. And upon his rebirth the legendary warrior wants nothing more than to fight and to kill as he once did. Thankfully for him, he has many challengers eagerly waiting to meet him.




A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. An OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series is due December 2016.

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A 24-episode anime adaptation aired in Japan from January 8, 2001 to June 25, 2001, followed by a second 24-episode series called ''Grappler Baki Maximum Tournament'', released on July 22, 2001. An OVA covering the Convicts arc of the second series is due December 2016.
during the fall of 2018.
25th Jan '18 11:07:07 PM Yujiro_Hanma
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''New Grappler Baki'' directly follows the climax of the previous series, as Baki and four more of the best fighters from the Korakuen arena face off against five of the world's most dangerous death row inmates. Who have just escaped maximum security prison and are looking to face the strongest fighters in the world. Their search for a challenge leading them to unknowingly and inexplicably congregate to the underworld of Tokyo. Baki then heads to china alongside his father (and a few special guests) against the representatives of various traditional martial arts styles called "kaiohs." To take part in the centennial Raitai tournament wherein the winner will be declared the "true kaioh". Finally there is Muhammad Ali Jr., who is trying to prove himself and the test out the new martial art he claims to have created from boxing.

''Baki: Son of an Ogre'' (also known as ''Hanma Baki'') follows the road to the final battle between father and son, as Baki trains fighting the most physically remarkable antagonists in the series yet: Biscuit "Unchained" Oliva, and Pickle the defrosted caveman.

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''New Grappler Baki'' directly follows the climax of the previous series, as Baki and four more of the best fighters from the Korakuen arena face off against five of the world's most dangerous death row inmates. Who have just escaped maximum security prison and are looking to face the strongest fighters in the world. Their search for a challenge leading them to unknowingly and inexplicably congregate to the underworld of Tokyo. Baki then heads to china alongside his father (and a few special guests) against the representatives of various traditional martial arts styles called "kaiohs." To take part in the centennial Raitai tournament wherein the winner will be declared the "true kaioh". Finally there is Muhammad Ali Jr., who is trying to prove himself and the test out the new martial art he claims to have created from boxing.

''Baki: Son of an Ogre'' (also known as ''Hanma Baki'') follows the road to the final battle between father and son, as Baki trains fighting the most physically remarkable antagonists in the series yet: Biscuit "Unchained" Oliva, the strongest man in America who is powerful enough to treat the most secure supermax prison in the world as his own personal residence, living a life of sophisticated luxury and obliterating anyone who tries to challenge his position as number one. Then there is Pickle the defrosted caveman.
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