Top 10 Epic Anime Last Stands
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These are the final battles of some of anime's most bad ass heroes. We'll be looking at shows like Dragon Ball Super, My Hero Academia, One Piece, Hunter x Hunter, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans, Naruto Shippuden, Fate/Zero, Devilman Crybaby, The End of Evangelion, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and more to see which last moments and scenes are the best. Expect to see your favourites like Vegeta, Jiren, Whitebeard, Luffy, All Might, All for One, and Midoriya along the way!
#10. Baron Zeppeli vs. Tarkus
#9. Asuka vs. EVA Units
#8. Devilmen vs. Demons
#7. Rider vs. Gilgamesh
#6. Zabuza vs. Mercenaries
#5. Tekkadan vs. Gjallarhorn
#4. Netero vs. Meruem
#3, #2, #1: ???
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Comments: "Why isnt Whitebeard #1!?"
Because My Hero Academia > One Piece
I've also heard countless times One Piece isnt really visually appealing upon first look also the pirate archetype isnt very popular compared to the super hero era we're in at the moment with Marvel and DC.
Im sorry but Whitebeard should have been number 1 and All might vs All for one should have been number 2,
Those are the two best fights period but mha cant pass that great war no matter how much I like it. Dragon ball shouldnt have made 2, 3 at most.
I get that they didn't want to use more than one Dragon Ball clip in a single video but I kinda feel like Gohan's
Father-Son Kamehameha or Just good ol' Majin-Vegeta vs Buu would have been better choices. Maybe they didn't use Majin-Vegeta since he ended up dying doing so? Still, I don't think that should exclude it from the video.
I thought last stand ment they were supposd to die :o Neither all mght nor vegeta actually died (vegeta wasn't even really at risk of dying from the battle itself if I remember). I think it's kind apoor that the number 1 and 2 didn't die here, because he in a way takes away of the significance of a 'last stand' which is the sacrifice - if in the end everything is just fine. I get All Might being here, because at least this ended his hero career making it effectively his last stand ... Vegeta on the other hand was just fine afterwards and could live to fight another day. I actually really think Vegeta vs. Fat Buu would make a better last stand for vegeta.
About All Might while it was a great last stand, it doesn'T really fit the defiition given in the beginning I think. All Might was neither outnumbered nor terribly overpowered. In an actual one v one clash between the two it showed that All Might was the stronger one despite his injuries. Main reason of why it got so difficult was not because he was overpowered but because he had to protect others and got distracted at some point. While I love this fight and All Might's Last Stand it was made perfectly clear throughout the fight that All Might actually has a legitimate chance against All For One, who in theory was probably stronger, but they were close enough to in my eyes not make All Might terribly outmatched.
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