protect the students from the villains

My Hero Academia Vol.3 – Kohei Horikoshi

Heroes, villains, crime fighting, drama, comedy, manga, school, fiction.

Rating 7/10

During the fight on the USJ building, where the U.A. students were training at, All Might comes to fight. No one knows why but All Might know why. He is a target for his quirk that only a few people know and are aware of his quirk. The fight goes to the extreme and gets easier once the Pro-Heroes and teachers come to help the fight. The villains escape and retreat. After the students are transported out and to hospitals to be looked over, luckily only a few injuries. The school board and police work together to attempt to make the school safe to protect the students. The principal mentions the Sports Festival. All Might pulls Midoriya over to tell him to make himself an image during the Sports Festival, because there are a lot of prospective sponsors and groups looking at them to decide to make offers with the students who perform excellently. Midoriya and his classmates get ready for the Sports Festival and they find themselves wanting recognition by different companies or mentors.

I found this manga to be alright, mostly fight scenes and the whole sports festival story arc. So not that bad, just not my thing. There are plenty of good character interactions and some character development. I do find the sports festival to be a little distracting, but this helps with the plot because the students need to find mentors to further their academics and such. I just love the artwork because they really get into detail and the facial features of Bakugo really are fitting for his character. He is one of my favorites, despite his anger issues. Totally lovable. Just saying. It’s my best friend’s fault, she introduced me, and I fell into a deep hole of severe obsession and so did my boyfriend. Anyways, the writing is good and the artwork, as I said before, is equally great which is essential when it comes to reading manga in general.


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