safety first, rescue later?

My Hero Academia Vol. 10 – Kohei Horikoshi

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

Rating 9/10

After surviving the attack from the League of Villains, they suffer some losses and one kidnapping of Bakugo. All are escorted to nearby hospitals for treatment. During this time, the teachers of U.A. talk with the police and proceed to have a press conference for how to go about rescuing. Also, they discuss future protection measures for the students at U.A. High. Meanwhile, Midoriya and some classmates decide to take matters into their own hands about saving Bakugo. Bakugo deals with the League of Villains trying to tempt him into the dark side but he doesn’t wish so. Pro Heroes arrive, but nothing is as it seems!

This manga was excellent because this demonstrates effort when it comes to planning a rescue. Seeing all the pro-heroes come together to work is so fun. There are new characters as well. We also see more League of Villains and the big boss. I find that the anime follows the manga really closely. I plan to do a comparison once I am done reading the manga series to the anime series that I had watched prior to obtaining the manga.

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