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Akakichi no Eleven Redraws

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Updated Jan 10, 2024 at 03:21PM EST by Zach.

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Akakichi no Eleven Redraws refers to a frame of the 1970s soccer anime Akakichi no Eleven in which a large-chinned man seems to be reassuring another character in the frame, smiling at him while placing his hand on his shoulder. In late 2023, the image became a reaction image that was popular among French users on Twitter / X. After the source of the image was identified in a viral post in early 2024, users began redrawing the frame with characters from other media.


Beginning in late 2023, a frame from Akakichi no Eleven started to be popularized as a reaction image among French Twitter users. For example, on November 24th, 2023, it was used by user @latour0_[1] (shown below).

On January 5th, 2024, Twitter user @FullSaphir reported that they investigated where the image came from and discovered the original scene from the anime Akakichi no Eleven. The tweet gained over 890 retweets and 6,400 likes in five days (shown below).


After @FullSaphir's tweet in early January 2024, Twitter users quickly began posting redraws of the template. On January 5th, 2024, less than two hours after @FullSaphir identified the Akakichi no Eleven scene, Twitter user @fh4dr[2] posted a redraw with Dragon Ball characters, gaining over 3,300 retweets and 25,000 likes in five days (shown below).

Over the following days, several other redraws went viral on Twitter. On January 7th, Twitter user @fh4dr[3] posted a second example, this time with Naruto characters, gaining over 1,200 retweets and 15,000 likes in three days (shown below, left). On January 5th, user @DItekki[4] posted a redraw with Attack on Titan characters, gaining over 650 retweets and 6,700 likes in five days (shown below, right). On January 7th, Redditor Le-Vagabond27 celebrated the trend on /r/animemes,[5] gaining over 2,800 points in three days.


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[1] Twitter – latour0_

[2] Twitter – fh4dr

[3] Twitter – fh4dr

[4] Twitter – DItekki

[5] Reddit – /r/animemes

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