Well, if you want to minimize time while still getting the unblemished "real" storyline (as far as that's possible) you could try watching just the first ~25 eps of the 2003 version, and then switching to Brotherhood - lightly skimming through the first 10 episodes to spot the differences in the two versions. I'm a Brotherhood guy all the way but the 2003 version anime original stuff isn't some garbo IIRC, there're some really weird decision but some of the stuff it handles better than the "real" version which isn't free of its own batches stupidity.
It's not that I didn't see it coming (it was obvious from the opening and the art on the 2nd disc especially), but fuck I did not expect seeing the end to suck that bad lol.
Is "an older anime club used this stuff (stuff that belongs to the school because that's how things clearly work) but no one is using it now, go nuts" not a good enough explanation?
Yeah I like Kageyama. But Suga, Libero, Daichi, and the glasses dude from the other school are more fun. Hinata is ok.
That IMMEDIATELY stood out to me in the first episode. What a dope backpack.Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken 2
This kind of nerd level of detail into animation and design is extremely my thing. I feel the same excitement Asakusa gets from seeing a new environment or setting. The facilitators office was gorgeous and their new club house with the 2 big fans was neat. Kanamori has a backpack made of 2 Converse shoes stitched together. God, I love this.