Look no further than Baki if you want to see some of the most intense battles ever shown in an anime. The protagonist of this popular Shonen series is a martial artist who aspires to follow in his father’s footsteps as a formidable warrior. Along the way, he’ll engage in spectacular and gruesome action sequences against extraordinarily tough foes.
Netflix has just released an adaptation of the anime Baki, although the show has a long history in Japan. There has been a lot of Baki anime since the original one came out in the ’90s, and there are a lot of good ones to choose from, including Baki the Grappler.
We’re here to assist you if you’re having problems finding your way into Baki. We’ve got the scoop on when to start watching Baki, both in terms of its premiere date and its chronological placement. Fortunately, there aren’t many distinctions between the two, so any sequence will do.
How to Watch Baki in Order?
Baki has a very simple plot and an accurate timeframe for an anime. There isn’t a lot of confusing back-and-forth between different time periods, so it should be simple on the eyes.
The two shows are related, however, Baki Hanma may be seen alone. However, the two still share those legendary over-the-top battle sequences with the largest muscles you’ve ever seen on someone, which is one of the major distinctions between the older and modern series.
The best sequence in which to watch Baki is as follows:
- Baki The Grappler: The Ultimate Fighter
- Baki The Grappler – Season 1: Kid Saga/Underground Arena Saga
- Baki The Grappler – Season 2: Maximum Tournament Saga
- Baki: Most Evil Death Row Convicts Special Anime
- Baki – Season 1: Most Evil Death Row Convicts Saga
- Baki – Season 2: Great Chinese Challenge Saga/Godlike Clash of the Kids Saga
- Baki Hanma: Son of Ogre – Season 1: Combat Shadow Fighting Saga/Great Prison Battle Saga
- Baki Hanma: Son of Ogre – Season 2: Pickle Wars Saga/The Father VS Son Saga
Are Baki Filler Episodes Skippable?
There is no “filler” in the sense of a bunch of unnecessary episodes that you can just skip. Two OVAs, on the other hand, serve as a fascinating time capsule of the series’ history, the bulk of which is recapitulated in the following paragraphs.
The major series, Baki the Grappler, Baki, and Baki Hanma, contain the four essential episodes. Baki: The Ultimate Fighter and Baki: Most Evil Death Row Convicts Saga are the OVA in question.
How to Watch Baki?
Baki and Baki Hanma are available on Netflix. You can watch the whole Netflix Original Anime series right there on Netflix. Baki and Baki Hanma are currently available on Netflix for those who are not already members.
Below is a trailer for the most recent season of Baki Hanma, which should give you a good idea of what to anticipate from the adaptation.
Things get more complicated if you wish to see the OVAs and episodes of Baki the Grappler. The only legal method to see these anime is to track down the original DVDs, which can no longer be purchased new because the series has gone out of press.
Used copies are available on marketplaces like Amazon’s and eBay’s, however, the prices listed for them can be rather expensive. Season 1 of Baki the Grappler may be purchased through Amazon, although at the time of this writing, it costs more than $160. Grappler Baki: The Ultimate Fighter OVA was found on eBay and purchased for $21.99.
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