Shonen Jump Rising Impact gets anime after 25 years!

The Shonen Jump golf manga Rising Impact, by the creator of The Seven Deadly Sins Nakaba Suzuki is finally blessing screens through Netflix after a whopping 25 years of its serialization! 

Netflix announced the anime through a trailer and a visual on Dec. 8, 2024, featuring the main and side characters of the upcoming series with stunning visuals by Lay-duce which is behind titles like Magi: Sinbad no Bouken and Tomo-chan wa Onnanoko.

Leave it to anime and manga to make even the most boring of sports interesting with their stunning visuals, over-the-top action, and charming storylines.

Shonen Jump’s Rising Impact gets anime after 25 years with a visual and trailer

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Netflix took to its official X (formerly Twitter) account to reveal the anime by saying: “Aiming to be the world’s best golf player, join Gawain Nanaumi’s adventures as he learns more about the sport and competes with rivals at Camelot Academy🏌️.”

Additionally, the anime will first premiere with season 1 in June 2024 and season 2 will quickly follow it in August which is a relatively fast sequel, especially because anime is hand-drawn which takes a lot of time and dedication.

Netflix says “In Rising Impact, Gawain Nanaumi is a third-grader with an incredible love for baseball and making the ball really fly. In a chance encounter with a female professional golfer, Kiria Nishino, he learns that golf will allow him to hit a ball further than any other sport.”

Watch the trailer below:

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