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Fist of the blue sky

Aiki (a bit of not real martial arts probably thrown in there)

the breaker season 1

 

also how is avatar real martial arts..?

 

oh anime. ignore me i only read manga

post #65192 of 126562
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Tene Tenge or however you say it

 

Asu no Yuichi

Baki the Grappler

 

And many harem ones and or very old ones.

 


The fighting in Phantom Requirem is quite nice but a lot of hand to hand to gun action.


Tenjou Tenge dammit.

post #65193 of 126562
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oh anime. ignore me i only read manga

Stupid wifey

post #65194 of 126562

Yes I am that I have a negligent wifey.

post #65195 of 126562
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Is there any anime focused on martial arts at all? As in, real martial arts, not stuff like Naruto nor Dragon Ball Z.

Something like Avatar: The Last Airbender or The Legend of Korra would be freaking awesome, in my opinion. I really like the symbolism and martial art themes in those series.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fist of the blue sky

Aiki (a bit of not real martial arts probably thrown in there)

the breaker season 1

 

also how is avatar real martial arts..?

It's not real martial arts per-se, but the different elements were all developed based on different martial art concepts.

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Airbending is based on the Baguazhang style of martial arts, also known as "circle walking" or "Eight Trigram Palm", along with a small hint of Xingyiquan, also known as "mind heart boxing". Baguazhang involves "smooth coiling and uncoiling actions". Such moves employ dynamic footwork, throws, and hand techniques.[45] These martial arts feature swift, evasive maneuvers that evoke the intangibility and explosive power of wind; drawing energy from the center of the abdomen.

 

Ba Gua, which utilizes circle walking of the Eight Trigrams, is known for its constant circular movement, which makes it difficult for opponents to attack directly or land a blow, a philosophy that is prevalent within airbending as well. Maneuvers employ the entire body with smooth coiling and uncoiling movements, utilizing dynamic footwork, open-hand techniques, punches, and throws. A common tactic is to maneuver behind an opponent and mirror their movements, preventing them from turning to face the practitioner, similar to the technique Aang used during his fight with Hide.[32]

 

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Avatar: The Last Airbender is set in an Asian-influenced world[1] wherein some are able to manipulate the classical elements by use of psychokinetic variants of Chinese martial arts known as "bending."

 

 

 

Also, thanks for the suggestions everyone! I'll take a look at some of those.


Edited by miceblue - 3/15/13 at 9:41pm
post #65196 of 126562
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It's not real martial arts per-se, but the different elements were all developed based on different martial art concepts.

 

 

Also, thanks for the suggestions everyone! I'll take a look at some of those.

 

You could say anything is based off real martial arts concepts -_-;;. That point is rather moot. 

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^^ Yay gonna watch Avatar now. 

 

Also everyone needs to watch 北斗の拳 and Ninja Scroll. Yep.

 

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You could say anything is based off real martial arts concepts -_-;;. That point is rather moot. 

Too argumentative.

 

Just go watch avatar and give me a back rub or something.

post #65198 of 126562
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^^ Yay gonna watch Avatar now. 

 

Also everyone needs to watch 北斗の拳 and Ninja Scroll. Yep.

 

Too argumentative.

 

Just go watch avatar and give me a back rub or something.

 

I'd give you a backrub if you ever made me feel like I was loved. Or even liked.

post #65199 of 126562
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

It's not real martial arts per-se, but the different elements were all developed based on different martial art concepts.

 

 

Also, thanks for the suggestions everyone! I'll take a look at some of those.

 

You could say anything is based off real martial arts concepts -_-;;. That point is rather moot. 

I suppose. The different styles of fighting in Avatar are intriguing to me I guess. The way Aang fights is completely different from that of Zuko for example, and each of their fighting styles are developed from a real martial arts.

post #65200 of 126562
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Tenjou Tenge dammit.

 

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^^ Yay gonna watch Avatar now. 

 

Also everyone needs to watch 北斗の拳 and Ninja Scroll. Yep.

 

Too argumentative.

 

Just go watch avatar and give me a back rub or something.

I think I've seen a bit of that show before

post #65201 of 126562
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I think I've seen a bit of that show before

Which one, North Star or Avatar?

Either one not being watched is inexcusable anyways :P

 

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I suppose. The different styles of fighting in Avatar are intriguing to me I guess. The way Aang fights is completely different from that of Zuko for example, and each of their fighting styles are developed from a real martial arts.

Don't listen to wifey your point is completely valid.

 

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I'd give you a backrub if you ever made me feel like I was loved. Or even liked.

Pshaw

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post #65202 of 126562
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I was wondering whether people actually have bookmarks for this sort of stuff so they could just pull it out whenever they feel like it.

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Which one, North Star or Avatar?

Either one not being watched is inexcusable anyways :P

 

Don't listen to wifey your point is completely valid.

 

Pshaw

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Ninja Scrool

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I was wondering whether people actually have bookmarks for this sort of stuff so they could just pull it out whenever they feel like it.

Google Brah


@Twinky

Now that I think about it, there is seirously NOTHING else that even attempts the incest concept with such maturity as Koi Kaze even though they didn't do it comprehensively.

 

Anything that deals with the topic in a more mature light? 

post #65204 of 126562

@Twinky

I read my Girls a long time ago

 

Just as I started it, I noticed....yeah

 

Dude, I have read way too much manga.

post #65205 of 126562
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Is there any anime focused on martial arts at all? As in, real martial arts, not stuff like Naruto nor Dragon Ball Z.

Something like Avatar: The Last Airbender or The Legend of Korra would be freaking awesome, in my opinion. I really like the symbolism and martial art themes in those series.

 

What no one mentioned Ranma 1/2? It has martial arts transforming pandas, romance, and comedy! Then there is Bamboo Blade if you like sword swinging girls.

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