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My favorite manga at this time, I feel like everyone, who is into manga should give this series a try; the story is compelling, and draws you back time and again while the art is just utterly on point for not only the story but.. wow, words betray me. I also love the character bio's between chapters, it really makes the characters come alive for me. Plus, as I've said before, I'll say again, if you try it and don't like it, you don't have to try it again. Trust me though, IT'S GOOD!!
I really love this arc and I love seeing the early character arcs again. I’m currently caught up on the anime, so seeing these early iterations, especially of Endeavor and Shoto Todoroki, is so fascinating.
finally get to reread my favorite series inside of an actual physical copy of manga! highly recommend! although make sure it doesn't get packed with any other items( that aren't more books/sketchbooks ) Spine got chipped, back somehow got poke marks, paper edge's bent n all that bad stuff thanks to everything being thrown in like a toddler did it without any bubble wrap. just a warning, enjoy otherwise!
So My Hero Acedemia doesn't really really have the most original story when it comes to manga's. I'm sure people have already made the comparisons to other stories like One Punch Man and other battle manga's but it still brings enough to the table own its own with the first half having a unique set of powers continued to be displayed. And I was kinda worried because we introduced a lot of characters in the previous volumes and was worried that this characters were just background characters or just here for the action scenes but we do get a little of development and some background information for a few characters. The only thing I'm worried about is not surprising we're getting a one-on-one tournament and I hope this book doesn't become just straight action and continues developing characters and show more of the hero sprit that they have been with the last volumes.
This volume was really entertaining! The sports festival is raging on - and its not your ordinary sports festival mind you. Teamwork is tested as well as individual skills. By now I have a new favorite - a bit problematic - character next to Midoriya which would be Todoroki! He is strong, but at the same time we barely know anything about him or his past. Mysterious! What's more, he seems to be determined to win against Midoriya which gives an amazing opportunity for Midoriya to come up with strategies/ways to win on his own - since he still can't really control his own power just yet. It ends with a big cliffhanger, and I am sure I would have thrown the book across the room if I didn't have volume 5 at hand to continue reading lmao XD