You should seriously watch Hitman: Reborn again, or for the first time. It’s worth it.
Hitman: Reborn is more about being reborn than the baby named Reborn. There is a ton of anime that are sleepers. Some that a lot of people don’t want to watch because of their reason. And some that people don’t watch because there is no Hype behind it. One of those forgotten animes is Reborn.
(Tsuna and Reborn: Hitman Reborn)
Reborn is an Anime about a kid name Tsunayoshi Sawada (AKA Tsuna), who finds out that he is a descendant and heir to an Italian mafia family name the Vongola family. After finding this out, he is then introduced to his mentor, the Vongola families number 1 Hitman Reborn.
Reborn is then tasked to teach Tsuna about his family and the way of the mafia. He gives him trails and lessons that only he can pass, and with each lesson pass, Tsuna is one step closer to become the heir of the Vongola family. During his lessons and adventures, Tsuna makes friends who become his companions and joins him in many battles. They fight enemies who threaten them and the family, while at the same time making it look stylish.
(Tsuna and the Vongala family: Reborn!)
Not only are the characters and their powers awesome, but the show also brings something that few animes bring. And that’s patients and steady growth. Reborn’s character development is something that the creator should be proud of. He does an excellent job of growing the characters in their unique way. Each character is different and fun to watch, and you’ll have a blast looking at them grow.
Seriously, give it a try. There are a lot of episodes, but you’ll enjoy them. Its funny, action-packed, and just great animation and stories that make sense. It’s not like any mafia anime you are used to. There is supernatural fighting, pacifier wearing fighting babies, and fillers episodes that can be better than some main story episodes.
Give it a try, and if you don’t like it, then let us know in the comments below.
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