List of Eyeshield 21 Episodes

List Of Eyeshield 21 Episodes

The anime series Eyeshield 21 is based on the manga series of the same name written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Yusuke Murata. The series is directed by Masayoshi Nishida and produced by TV Tokyo, NAS and Gallop. The plot of the episodes follows Sena Kobayakawa, a student who becomes an american football player against his desire but eventually becomes the star of the team, wearing an eyeshield to protect his identity.

Before the anime series be aired Production I.G announced on August 2003 the production of an original video animation (OVA) that were released on Jump Festa Anime Tour 2003. The production of anime Eyeshield 21 were announced by Weekly Shōnen Jump at the end of 2004, and several changes in the design of the characters and the dubbing cast were made in relation to the OVA. Eyeshield 21 aired between April 6, 2005 and March 19, 2008 on TV Tokyo. The episodes were later released in thiry-six DVD compilations between July 22, 2005 and June 25, 2008 by Bandai Visual.

The series use twenty pieces of theme music: five opening and seven ending themes. The opening themes are "Breakthrough" by Coming Century, "Innocence" by 20th Century, "Dang Dang" by ZZ, "Blaze Line" by Back-On, and "Honoo no Running back" (炎のランニングバック?, lit. Flaming Running back) by Short Leg Summer. The ending themes are "Be Free" by Ricken's, "Blaze Away" by The Trax, "Goal" by Beni Arashiro, "Run to Win" by Aya Hirano, Miyu Irino, Koichi Nagano e Kappei Yamaguchi, "A day dreaming..." by Back-On, "Flower" by Back-On, and "Song of Power" by Short Leg Summer. Singles have been released of the individual songs, a original soundtrack and other four CDs were also released by Avex.

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