僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3) by Kohei Horikoshi

僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3)

敵連合だか知らねぇが、オールマイトを殺しに来たぁ? デクの野郎がピンチだぁ? はっ! クソモブどもが調子に乗りやがって! 邪魔なヤツは、全部まとめて俺がぶっ潰す! “Plus Ultra”!!


Details 僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3)

Title僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3)
ISBN9784088803357
Author
Release DateApr 3rd, 2015
Publisher集英社
LanguageJapanese
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Comics, Graphic Novels, Fantasy, Superheroes
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Reviews 僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3)

  • Artemy
    2018-03-18
    The story and the characters continue to grow and evolve, and I’m really enjoying the ride even though the book follows all the typical shonen manga tropes — this time, there’s a strength tournament! How original. And yet the action is fun, the characters are likable (mostly), and so I really don’t mind the book playing in the familiar territory for now.
  • Victoria ♡
    2018-10-10
    I’m watching the anime whilst I’m reading this so it’s all bluring together what happens in each volume but imma just say I loved it bc I’m sure I did!
  • Solseit
    2018-01-15
    So here is why this story is so well put together in my opinion. 1. the story is significantly more complex that it emerged in the first 2 volumes. Volume 1 really presented our main characters and their interactions; and the power of sheer will. Volume 2 already conveyed a super complicated dynamic between the heroes and the villains in which the youngsters are thrown into. Sure, there are still conflicts and interesting relationships in the cla...
  • Zaz
    2017-12-01
    Well, I've nothing against Shonen, but a story based only on fights isn't really interesting in my opinion. The strong point of manga for me is character development, leading me to be involved in the stories and caring about each hero. The 1st volume had enough potential, but the characterization is still very flat at vol 3. I don't care about the characters and about what is happening to them. There are other good manga out there so I'll stop th...
  • Sophie Crane
    2018-12-04
    This is the volume where things get interesting - for those who have watched season 1 of the anime that is - since here we reach the point where the anime stopped and get to know how to story goes on. I was super excited to know how things will turn out, how the members of class 1-A are developing. To my surprise lots of declaration of rivalry happened but at the same time it makes me happy since this will create the opportunity to get to know th...
  • Shannon
    2018-01-27
    This is so much fun! Definitely way better than I expected.
  • Danielle
    2017-09-11
    The Sports Festival is one of my favourite story arcs of this series, it's so great to see everyone's quirks all together and to see the pros and cons of each one. I like how even some the members of the Hero Course came in last to show that not all of them are are strong as they could possibly be yet and that there is always a chance for the people on the other courses too! I can't wait to see how the Calvary Battle plays out in Manga form in th...
  • Taylor Ramirez
    2018-09-02
    So after Mr. Hands and the Brain got defeated I’m starting to see new things. I’ve seen a little bit the tournament but this looks like a lot of fun. It’s interesting to see other students from other classes. It’s great that Midoriya won the first round but now he just painted a huge target on his back. Onto the next volume!
  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    2019-05-20
    It's nice to see how these young heroes find themselves in practical situations to put to good use their theoretical experience. The table is set with a good tease of the villains to come in the near future and the story continues with its own version of a sports event.The artwork continues to be explosive and pretty good, although the pacing feels a bit too accelerated, making it seem like everything ends as soon as they start.Yours truly,Lashaa...
  • Etienne
    2019-06-28
    More action based then the first two. Very good, the storyline and characters evolve at a good rhythm and I enjoy it overall!
  • Roy
    2018-09-08
    Its a little better than volume 2 with the sports festival arc. More battles but confusing number of characters. Just cant seem to get into this one. This will be my last volume.
  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    2016-02-04
    10/10 series, everything to be said has already been said in past reviews. I’m so fricken hype for the anime you have no idea. I’m just sad because I’m quite sure the anime is going to surpass the volumes that are out in English, as I would have liked to have read all the manga before seeing it animated. By counting the calendar I’ve deduced that by the time the next volume is released (August 2nd, 2016) the anime would have aired 18 epis...
  • | Maiko-chan |
    2016-08-23
    3.5starsMuch as I love the anime the art style for the manga is just perfectI love all the little comments for these character pages, it's great every time!
  • Nicola Mansfield
    2016-02-18
    I think my rating for this is more of a 3.5; I enjoyed the second half a whole lot more than the first half. We start off with the finishing of the battle between class 1A and the group of villains who broke into the University, ultimately this has serious consequences for All Mighty. Then it's time for the annual UA sports contest where all students compete against each other. I'm a sucker for these competition battles in shonen manga and wasn't...
  • Naailah
    2016-07-15
    Although I dropped the anime early on, I was glad to have picked it back up again. I really like the characters in this series and the manga and anime compliment each other beautifully.
  • Natalie
    2019-01-23
    And with this volume we see the conclusion to the students & teachers vs. villains battle in the USJ arena, along with the start of the U.A. Sports Festival, whoot!The conclusion to the USJ battle was pretty interesting, with All Might making quick work of many of the villains before having to attempt to take down their "secret weapon". Whilst it didn't go quite as well as he would've hoped... he still did an incredible job and the only student t...
  • Ashley
    2019-02-26
    M’y Hero Academia vol. 3: All Might picks up where volume two left off - right in the middle of a villain plot to kill the symbol of piece, All Might! He’s come to save his students, and he is fighting mad. Let’s break it down.All Might vs Nomu was short and sweet? But it still had plenty of danger for All Might. If there is one thing we know, it’s that he IS getting weaker and that he won’t be around forever. Eventually, All Might will...
  • Dani St-Onge (Literary Lion)
    2018-08-06
    For more reviews and bookish posts: http://literarylion.ca/This volume brings the USJ arc to a close and doesn't even give you a moment to breathe before starting up with the Sports Festival arc! That isn't a bad thing. A lot of anime/manga tends to be plagued with soft filler between the arcs to give artists/readers a break from hard-hitting stuff but as far as I know My Hero Academia just jumps straight from arc to arc!It's fantastic to see so...
  • Wing Kee
    2019-05-18
    3.5 a pretty awesome end to the villain arc and a fun start to the sports festival.World: The art is solid, the villain arc was especially good with some beautiful kinetic art. The world building is solid here with some great villain designs that really pop from the pages. The other classes are also pretty fantastic with some interesting students for the festival.Story: The end of the villain arc was textbook comic book and it was amazing. The pa...
  • Nicholas Driscoll
    2018-08-04
    Kind of on the edge of three stars. Still enjoying it, but the characters still seem pretty one note, and the writing is a little weak frankly. Really hard to believe some of the outcomes and characters too often just tell their secret plans and the artist admits he is a perv and it occasionally shows, and I’ve never been a fan of that. Still, I like the action, art, and some of the characters, and the creative powers of the heroes and villains...
  • Elias Alexander
    2017-12-28
    Love it all the way ❤❤❤❤ Love it all the way ❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • ~Cyanide Latte~
    2018-12-13
    [REVIEW TO COME LATER UPON RE-READ.]
  • ☆Izzy☆
    2018-12-26
    This was so so so good
  • Kenneth
    2018-07-18
    In this volume there are so many action scenes. When I read manga I like to look at the action and feel the characters moving. The scene when Allmight was fighting it was so cool that I forgot to breathe for a while. One thing I was a bit disappointed was that there wasn’t any action scenes of other pro heroes. I want to see more unique super power!
  • Christy
    2018-10-26
    Next volume Todoroki.
  • Kathleen
    2019-02-20
    Once again, we meet new characters and the world of UA expands correspondingly. Apparently, there's a whole class for gadgeteers, which once again calls into question the idea that a quirkless boy could never be a hero. Even better, Midoriya doesn't use his All For One power at all in the first part of the competition. This series has a great deal of charm, and it's clearly building intently toward a larger story.
  • Connie
    2018-01-04
    5/5 starsI've only been stopped in my mad binge read of this series because I left the next three volumes at university and I kind of have an exam in two days I haven't finished revising for. But mostly because of the first thing, really. Anyway, the Sports Festival arc is brilliant, Deku is the best boy, and I'm waiting impatiently to carry on with the next volume to see how the Cavalry part goes knowing how much Deku is worth now. Also the busi...
  • Stanislav Lozanov
    2018-06-25
    A nice one
  • Y
    2017-07-25
    3.75 stars. As I mentioned in volume 2, I'm not entirely feeling the Villains, so the first half of the book doesn't ping my interests all that much. There is of course the (view spoiler)[All Might vs. Noumu (hide spoiler)] fight, but that is definitely better seen animated, in color, with voices and sound effects. I do appreciate Horikoshi's skill in drawing static action scenes that actually make sense, though, as in scenes where you can tell w...