Youichi Takahashi is the creator of Super Champions and in 1981 he launched the manga titled “Captain Tsubasa”. The success of the story that sought to promote the practice of soccer in Japan was so great that in 1983 the anime was produced for the small screen.
The series was originally planned as a manga series, but due to success it was adapted into an anime. From 1983 to 1986 it was televised in Japan ‘Captain Tsubasa’, later it would arrive in Mexico under the name of Super Champions.
This first series had a total of 128 chapters, which cover the story until volume 25 of the manga. The true end of Super Champions is about chapter 128, in which the opening match of the World Cup is played.
What is the ending of “Super Champions”?
However, the ending has been shrouded in various myths that have endured over the years. And according to information released by the sdpnoticias portal, the true outcome is not yet written.
Of course, Oliver Atom manages to score a goal and thus advances the search for his dream as a professional soccer player. However, it is not the definitive end of the history of the Super Champions, since the story of Oliver Atom is still being written in sleeves.
Captain Tsubasa: Rising Sun is Super Champions’ most recent regular series and serves as a sequel to other series that have become famous, which much of the public may not know.
Other series of the Super Champions
- Captain Tsubasa: Golden-23
- Captain Tsubasa: Kaigai Gekito Hen in Calcio
- Captain Tsubasa: Kaigai Gekito Hen in The League
Finally, it should be noted that so far there have been 4 series and 4 films of the “Super Champions”, which continue to tell the story of the matches of Oliver Atom and his team.
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