My Hero Academia Vol. 16 – Kohei Horikoshi
Heroes, villains, crime fighting, drama, comedy, manga, school, fiction.
The collective of pro heroes and some interns plus the police execute their plan. Each of them has been prepared with a list of the villains and their infamous quirks that have been proven to be lethal. All of them go inside and the clock does a countdown as they try to reach their goal. To stop the drug distribution and to save Eri. The group splits apart to fight the villains and some persist forward.
I can’t say really much other than really good fight scenes. The characters do have some character development and we learn more of the characters. Including their passion drives to be better. The artwork for the fight scenes is remarkable because it’s really detailed. Horikoshi really goes in depth with these scenes.