My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia

21, Why He Gets Back up

Book - 2019
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"Endeavor and Dabi's battle rages across the city as Endeavor fights to solidify his new position as the number one hero. Hawks provides support, but where do his loyalties really lie? Midoriya experiences a cryptic dream about the past--what secrets do the previous wielders of One For All have to show him? Then Class 1-A's joint battle training with Class B begins."--Back cover.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : VIZ Media, LLC, 2019
Edition: Shonen Jump manga edition
Copyright Date: 2014
ISBN: 9781974709502
Branch Call Number: Fiction Horikoshi TEEN
Characteristics: 199 pages : chiefly illustrations (black and white) ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Cook, Caleb D - Translator


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Feb 25, 2020

IMO endeavor is the best written character in the series, every arc involving his internal struggles with becoming a better person and realizing he can never truly undo the trauma he caused his family is one of the most interesting parts of the manga. Horikoshi is better suited to writing seinen or drawing for a writer rather than heading up his own shounen series. If youre in MHA for the kids this isnt one of the volumes youll enjoy the most, if you prefer the adults this will definitely be more your speed.

Nov 25, 2019

More filler?
Endeavor rises. The #1 Hero finishes his fight with a little help from the #2 hero. Endeavor seems to want to become a good person, but I'm not sure he knows how. Not really interested in that is not staring the kids. This could have been handled better as the class 1A students watched the fight on TV.

Then we get more training. Way to much trash talking and bad feelings between the classes. This is not really a good way to build heroes that should actually be working together after graduation. It just seems to be building bullying.

It feels a little like the writer is running out of ideas.


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Nov 03, 2019

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Oct 16, 2019

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