My Hero Academia Vol. 12 – Kohei Horikoshi
Heroes, villains, crime fighting, drama, comedy, manga, school, fiction.
It’s a new day for Class 1.A. and they begin their training so they can all get their hero provisional licenses. They also have to create their signature moves. Some students have it easy when coming up with a move where others not so much. They begin their provisional hero licensing testing that tests them not only hero work but rescue work as well. The style is a free for all but limited spaces.
I loved this part of the manga because this did help me understand the difficulties of obtaining a hero license that allows them to do hero work without getting into trouble. It’s not easy as one would think and there are limits as well. I think having a limited amount of hero licenses being distributed helps maintain the hero population and regulates the ability of some to do hero work. Including rescue work is also equally vital when it comes to hero work as well. To fight crime is one aspect but to do rescue work is another. Being prepared in a world where there are villains out to do evil without thinking of the toll of their actions is extremely important. I like how Horikoshi came up with more lore to this world. I honestly do. Love this volume.