Eyeshield 21

Eyeshield 21

tv
finished airing
MAL ratings
RANK #533
Score 8.03/10
Synopsis
<p>Welcome To the Gridiron of the Damned! Huge hulking bodies throw themselves at each other, while a tiny lithe body runs between them for the goal! No, it’s not a game of football, it’s Sena Kobayakawa trying to evade the monstrous Ha-Ha brothers down the halls of Deimon High School! But wait! Sena’s incredible skills at not getting caught have been spotted by the devilish (possibly actually demonic) captain of the school’s embryonic American style football team, and when Sena asks to be the teams manager, he gets thrust onto the field as a running back instead! But there are two BIG catches: first, to keep the identity of their new "star" player an absolute secret, Yoichi makes Sena wear an opaque visor on his helmet and gives him the alias of "Eyeshield 21." And the second catch? Well, in order to hit his fastest "speed of light" running mode, Sena usually has to be absolutely terrified. Not that THAT will be a problem with the monstrous players that he’ll soon find himself running from! The insanity hits the streets when the feet meet the cleats in EYESHIELD 21!</p><p> (Source: Sentai Filmworks)</p>
Songs
Openings

#1: "Breakthrough" by Coming Century (eps 1-35)

#2: "Innocence" by 20th Century (ep 36- 64)

#3: "Dang Dang" by ZZ (eps 65-103)

#4: "BLAZE LINE" by BACK-ON (ep 104-126)

#5: "Hanno no Runningback" by SHORT LEG SUMMER (eps 127-145)

Endings

#1: "Be Free" by Rikken'z (eps 1-13)

#2: "Blaze Away" by TRAX (eps 14-35)

#3: "Goal" by Arashiro Beni (eps 36-64)

#4: "Run to Win" by Mamori (Aya Hirano), Sena (Miyu Irino), Kurita (Koichi Nagano), Rimon (Kappei Yamaguchi) (eps 65 - 100)

#5: "A day dreaming..." by BACK-ON (eps 101-116)

#6: "Flower" by BACK-ON (eps 117-126)

#7: "Song of Power" by SHORT LEG SUMMER (eps 127-144)

#8: "Dang Dang" by ZZ (ep 145)

Other Names
Synonyms
Eyeshield21
Information
Type
tv
Status
finished airing
Episode Duration
23
Air Date
2005-04-06
End Date
2008-03-19
Studio
Studio Gallop
Producers
TV Tokyo
Nihon Ad Systems
TV Tokyo Music
Shueisha