Slam Dunk

Slam Dunk is a 31-Tankobon (volume), 24-Kanzenban Japanese manga and anime series written by Takehiko Inoue about a basketball team from Shohoku High School. It was first published in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan and has sold over 100 million copies in that country alone. In 1995, it received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shonen.It was so popular that many Japanese teenagers began playing basketball after it was published. Inoue has also used basketball as a central theme in two other manga series: Buzzer Beater and Real. The anime series, consisting of 101 episodes, was produced by the TV Asahi terrestrial television network and Toei Animation and directed by Nobutaka Nishizawa. It was first aired on TV Asahi from October 16, 1993 to March 23, 1996. It was later aired on the anime satellite television network, Animax, in addition to four animated movies produced. The anime series follows the manga storyline, but leaves out the National Tournament games. The animated movies are separate stand-alone stories. The manga was originally licensed in North America to the now-defunct Gutsoon! Entertainment and serialized in Raijin Comics during 2003 and 2004 before Gutsoon folded. The license has sinced been picked up by VIZ Media, who confirmed at Comic Con International 2007 that will start publishing the series in 2008. A preview of the series will published in the upcoming December issue of Shonen Jump Another English version has been published in Singapore by Chuang Yi.
Slam Dunk is a 31-Tankobon (volume), 24-Kanzenban Japanese manga and anime series written by Takehiko Inoue about a basketball team from Shohoku High School. It was first published in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan and has sold over 100 million copies in that country alone. In 1995, it received the Shogakukan Manga Award for shonen.It was so popular that many Japanese teenagers began playing basketball after it was published. Inoue has also used basketball as a central theme in two other manga series: Buzzer Beater and Real. The anime series, consisting of 101 episodes, was produced by the TV Asahi terrestrial television network and Toei Animation and directed by Nobutaka Nishizawa. It was first aired on TV Asahi from October 16, 1993 to March 23, 1996. It was later aired on the anime satellite television network, Animax, in addition to four animated movies produced. The anime series follows the manga storyline, but leaves out the National Tournament games. The animated movies are separate stand-alone stories. The manga was originally licensed in North America to the now-defunct Gutsoon! Entertainment and serialized in Raijin Comics during 2003 and 2004 before Gutsoon folded. The license has sinced been picked up by VIZ Media, who confirmed at Comic Con International 2007 that will start publishing the series in 2008. A preview of the series will published in the upcoming December issue of Shonen Jump Another English version has been published in Singapore by Chuang Yi.

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The battle between the combo team and Shohoku has reached its climax, and the one deciding its conclusion is Sakuragi with a Slam Dunk. Though Shohoku has more important things to look forward to, such as the Inter High Tournament.

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s1e101 Glorious Slam Dunk
March 23, 1996
The battle between the combo team and Shohoku has reached its climax, and the one deciding its conclusion is Sakuragi with a Slam Dunk. Though Shohoku has more important things to look forward to, such as the Inter High Tournament.
Series Finale
Fujima starts passing more and shooting less 3 pointers, giving hims teammates more open looks and easy opportunities to score.  But is it enough to overcome Shohoku?

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Fujima starts passing more and shooting less 3 pointers, giving hims teammates more open looks and easy opportunities to score. But is it enough to overcome Shohoku?
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s1e86 Rukawa's Ambition
November 18, 1995
November 18, 1995
Rukawa's Ambition
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s1e88 A Land of Basketball
December 2, 1995
December 2, 1995
A Land of Basketball
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s1e90 Shohoku's True Star!
December 16, 1995
December 16, 1995
Shohoku's True Star!
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s1e91 The Nationals at Risk
December 23, 1995
December 23, 1995
The Nationals at Risk
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s1e93 A 20,000 Shot Challenge
January 20, 1996
January 20, 1996
A 20,000 Shot Challenge
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s1e96 Basketball Shoes, Part 2
February 10, 1996
February 10, 1996
Basketball Shoes, Part 2
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s1e98 Intense Battle Begins!
February 24, 1996
February 24, 1996
Intense Battle Begins!
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s1e101 Glorious Slam Dunk
March 23, 1996
March 23, 1996
Glorious Slam Dunk
Series Finale
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s1e102 Slam Dunk! movie 1
March 12, 1994
March 12, 1994
Slam Dunk! movie 1
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s1e103 Slam Dunk! movie 2
August 20, 1994
August 20, 1994
Slam Dunk! movie 2

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