Ashita no Joe – 68-69

Seems to me that them 2-3 episodes became 4. πŸ˜‰ Find out who Joe’s new love interest(?) is and why he decided to quit boxing(?) and pick up his new career(?) as a farmer. ^^

I also hope some of you out there have a white Christmas Eve, we don’t, and that you get to eat lots of good food, get some nice presents, and have an overall good time with friends and family. And I hope you’ll return looking forward to new releases, not least Joe. ^^

Merry Christmas!

Don’t forget to visit Hokuto no Gun.

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18 thoughts to “Ashita no Joe – 68-69”

  1. A farmer? Poor Joe, has he hit another low point in his life? I guess I gotta watch to find out. This series is always full of such emotional twists and turns. Them feels. I love it.

  2. Oh, 10 more and it’s out there, in full.
    Saw these days Ganbare Genki, another boxing anime. Pretty good, although I didn’t understand much from Italian.

  3. Farmer Joe, interesting… oh no in fact ^^
    Merry Xmas to all the team, have some rest and good foods to maintain a good fit πŸ™‚

  4. 24 Joe releases this year, 17 last year, 10 in 2011, 9 in 2010, 3 in 2009, 4 in 2008 and 2 in 2007.

    I like this trend very much πŸ˜‰ Who would have thought this series might be already subbed completely in 2014 πŸ™‚

  5. Thank you very much, can’t describe how I’m glad to see another 2 episodes released. The end is in sight already, thank you very much for all of your amazing work and happy holidays!

  6. Indeed. I can’t thank you enough. I am truly fortunate to witness one of Japan’s most critically acclaimed series and the grandfather of all boxing anime/manga. It’s one of the most heartfelt series I’ve ever watched.

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