Diamond No Ace Act II Filler List – TheDeadToons

If you watched Season 1 and 2 of Diamond No Ace, then your eyes must be pretty swollen from all that crying. In the last season, we saw how hard it was for Seidou to make it into nationals, and above all, we saw Kataoka Coach Cry! Season 2 of Diamond No Ace probably made the viewers cry a lot more than they wished they had. We saw our favorite third years finally graduate, leaving Miyuki alone to guide the new team. Not to mention Miyuki’s home run, which ran chills down our spine.

Season 2 of Diamond No Ace was a freaking emotional roller coaster. Every time Sawamura came to pitch, I’m pretty sure everyone’s heart raced miles. However, for Sawamura, season 2 was a warm-up, seeing as how he still hasn’t gotten that ace number and is still lagging behind Furuya. The distance often seems impenetrable. It’s as if the more he tries to grasp it, the more it goes away from him.

However, now that the team has finally managed to reach the nationals, will they be able to conquer it? Will Sawamura ever be able to become the ace? And with the new first years’ entry into the team, will it change Seiodu for better or for worse? Make sure to watch Diamond No Ace Act II and find it out yourself!

WriterYuji Terajima
StudioMadhouse
Original Run2 April 2019 – 31 March 2020
Episodes52
Filler(%)2%

Diamond No Ace Act II Filler List

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The new first years
Image: Crunchyroll

Ace of Diamond is one of those genius animes with such an intense story that it doesn’t require any fillers. Therefore, out of 52 episodes in Act II, only one episode is a filler, which is actually a recap before things begin to go down.

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Diamond No Ace Act II Manga Canon Episodes

Manga Canon Episodes:

2-3, 5-28, 30-52

Diamond No Ace Act II  Mixed Canon Episodes

Mixed Canon Episodes:

1, 4

Diamond No Ace Act II Filler Episodes

Ace of the Diamond: Act II Episode List

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1Beyond the DreamMIXED CANON/FILLER
2Want to Take the MoundMANGA CANON
3Blessed by the Baseball GodsMANGA CANON
4The Day It BeganMIXED CANON/FILLER
5JoiningMANGA CANON
6Go StraightMANGA CANON
7KINGMANGA CANON
8CamphorMANGA CANON
9Battle, BattleMANGA CANON
10DebutMANGA CANON
11Where You LookMANGA CANON
12SelfishMANGA CANON
13Batting FirstMANGA CANON
14PresenceMANGA CANON
15My RoleMANGA CANON
16Only After You’ve WonMANGA CANON
17Three MonthsMANGA CANON
18Something to Find OutMANGA CANON
19Competitive StreakMANGA CANON
20Self-AssertiveMANGA CANON
21Out of TimeMANGA CANON
22ChosenMANGA CANON
23One Pitch, One SecondMANGA CANON
24IncompleteMANGA CANON
25UnleashedMANGA CANON
26Beneath the Same BannerMANGA CANON
27The NoteMANGA CANON
28I’m Not StoppingMANGA CANON
29After Spring ComesFILLER
30Bloom of YouthMANGA CANON
31Kind of Like a PromiseMANGA CANON
32HungerMANGA CANON
33Heat TransferMANGA CANON
34CompetitionMANGA CANON
35Because He’s AwesomeMANGA CANON
36As a CatcherMANGA CANON
37Invincible MentalityMANGA CANON
38FragileMANGA CANON
39I’m Counting on YouMANGA CANON
40ExpressionMANGA CANON
41Shared FateMANGA CANON
4220 PeopleMANGA CANON
43Summer Training CampMANGA CANON
44Setting SailMANGA CANON
45Go EXCEED!!MANGA CANON
46EncouragementMANGA CANON
47Under the FeetMANGA CANON
48Get BackMANGA CANON
49Seido Goes All OutMANGA CANON
50FIRE AGEMANGA CANON
51That’s the Reason WhyMANGA CANON
52Ace of DiamondMANGA CANON

Where To Watch Diamond No Ace Act II Online?

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Image: Crunchyroll

For me personally, Diamond No Ace is the best sports anime I have ever seen, period. Why? Because of the realistic aspects of the show and how it proves that hard work is the only difference between ordinary and extraordinary. The show’s compelling soundtracks send chills down my spine, and the characters are what makes Diamond No Ace the best sports anime ever. The underratedness of the show is what is truly surprising. However, Its fanbase and the genius of the story are what keeps the story going on.

Therefore, make sure to definitely watch out Diamond no ace Act II in English Sub/Dub for absolutely free on Crunchyroll and Viz-Media. Trust me; you won’t regret it!

 

 

 

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