僕のヒーローアカデミア 9 [Boku No Hero Academia 9] (My Hero Academia, #9) by Kohei Horikoshi

僕のヒーローアカデミア 9 [Boku No Hero Academia 9] (My Hero Academia, #9)

“個性”を伸ばす為の合宿中、私たち1年生は突然敵の襲撃を受けたの。彼らの目的は何? 何故この場所がわかったの? イヤな予感がするわ…けど、きっと大丈夫ね。だってみんな強いもの。“Plus Ultra”!!

Details 僕のヒーローアカデミア 9 [Boku No Hero Academia 9] (My Hero Academia, #9)

Title僕のヒーローアカデミア 9 [Boku No Hero Academia 9] (My Hero Academia, #9)
Release DateJun 3rd, 2016
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Shonen, Fiction

Reviews 僕のヒーローアカデミア 9 [Boku No Hero Academia 9] (My Hero Academia, #9)

  • Shannon
    Oooh things are getting darker so we're moving back up with the ratings ...3.5 for this one.
  • Artemy
    This summer camp storyline took a long while to get going. I can’t say I like the new villains, but when all the kids have to work together and defend each other in a real-life combat situation, it’s pretty impressive how well they cooperate and how much they care even for their lousiest, most obnoxious classmates. Uraraka generally doesn’t get even a sliver of attention she clearly deserves, but this volume finally remembers about her exis...
  • Araceli.libros
    Sigue siendo entretenido, pero en este volumen parece que la trama se está tornando un poco repetitiva y eso me preocupa... (view spoiler)[ Midoriya se está transformando en uno de esos héroes "invencibles"... Pasó de estar usando su poder al 5% a usarlo al 1000000% y es demasiado exagerado. ¿Qué va a pasar cuando se enfrente a alguien más fuerte? ¿Va a seguir sumando ceros? Sería bastante tonto... (hide spoiler)]Sin embargo, me gusta la...
  • Victoria ♡
    Reading along with the anime! (haven’t been paying attention where the volumes stop so ndjssj)
  • Adriana
  • Fahda
    I loved this one, so much action!
  • Maiko-chan
    (view spoiler)[more angst and some character growth for angsty orphan childand so it beginsi am NOT PREPARED commence the internal screamingFJAODGHODGAOSBDGOADO!!!!!!!!if only the heroes knew Shigaraki liked seeing Kacchan in bondage so much I feel you Shigaraki, Kacchan in bondage is the bestdamn foreshadowingcannot hope enough that Shigaraki only wants to make Kacchan an ally and not torture him with his Quirk. fuck that shit I will mail Horiko...
  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    On the very first page of this volume is a note from Horikoshi (the author) basically saying that this volume is going to be super depressing. I gotta say that that wasn’t a super cheery note to start the volume off on, so I was quite cautious going into this. But literally the second page of the first chapter is fricken hillarious and it doesn’t let up from there, the laughs just keep coming. And having now finished reading this volume, I’...
  • EME
    I can't give Boku no Hero less than 5 stars, I'm too involved with the characters and the story. Everything it's so cool but THE STRESS IS REAL
  • Dani St-Onge (Literary Lion)
    For more bookish content and reviews: http://literarylion.caIn the anime this is where I really fell in love with the series as a whole. The Sports Festival arc made me fall for certain characters but this is where I realized that the series was going to be truly amazing. I've never followed a long running shounen manga before and I'm glad this is the one I've ended up with. The others are good from what I've seen but the art and story in My Her...
  • Petros
    This is the volume where those reading it for the dumb action are separated by those who read it just to be reminded how much better Naruto was. That’s the manga Horikoshi ripped off for making this arc by the way. -So, you have this kid Kouta who hates heroes but for no reason comes to this training mission that is full of them. Why the heck did he come? -His caretakers couldn’t leave him alone, you might think. But he spends all his time al...
  • MC
    As a HUGE fan of the franchise, several moments stand out to me, in both the manga and anime. One of them is the fight in this volume against Muscular, a fight where Deku must put it all on the line to save a life, even if it is the life of someone who hates him.As this volume begins, the training camp from hell that resembles more a special ops training camp than anything else is in full swing. The would-be heroes are training their powers for e...
  • Bradley Prior
    Not sure if I mentioned this - The hands with the author's note at the beginning of each manga are really cool. I enjoy stuff like that and it's a nice touch. I make sure to read every note and take the time to appreciate the small details. Horikoshi is pretty phenomenal at drawing them. I say that because hands are probably the toughest for me to draw. They never come out with any real symmetry. I know this is supposed to be a 'push beyond all y...
  • Danielle
    WOW a lot just happened!It feels very strange to be reading about all this new content without having seen it on the anime first! I almost feel like I'm cheating by knowing whats happening before the people who watch the show...Once again, another great addition to the series! I love how we're continuing to see everyone and their quirks grow. I'm starting to form my favourite characters list now, which is always a good sign in a series. Even in s...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    The UA Summer Camp looks like it's going to be super-difficult for all the young heroes-in-training; and then it comes under siege by the League of Villains, and they definitely wish they'd stayed home! And, to make matters worse, they're there for one reason only - kidnap Bakugo!This story arc feels very claustrophobic given the setting, and the rampage near the end of the volume doesn't help either. You can almost feel the atmosphere oozing out...
  • Nicholas Driscoll
    Predictable but entertaining! I liked the new villains and their crazy powers, and the fight between Deku and the muscle-quirk guy was intense and fun (if a little bit deus ex machina-y). Still suffers from characters explaining their plans too much. Oh, Todoroki has a cool moment (I think that’s his name—the hawk faced guy that always makes me think of Captain Falcon).I kind of wish the Horikoshi would have the guts to kill some of his chara...
  • Ray
    Okay, I'm probably caught with my fingers in the pie with this one.What what can I say, I just couldn't wait for Season 3. It was so much fun returning to this series as we watch Midoria and the others continue their training. I loved this manga, even though it could get slightly harder to understand at parts because of the wide cast of characters in this book and as we know, mangas are black and white. I'm sure the anime would be clearer and eas...
  • Rollin
    The villains finally get going with their attacks on UA students, and Dabi and others show what they're made of. It's good to see folks going all out again, and Class B gets some time to shine here for what feels like the very first time.The stuff with Kota, the kid with the dead parents, pays off in a big way when the book asks: what does it mean to be a hero? And how do you really become one?
  • Nicola Mansfield
    This is such a fun series. Pretty much a battle volume from start to finish but many other things are also going on. We start with training and eventually get to a head-to-head with Class 1A vs Class 1B. While they are out in the forest the Legion of Villains arrives with a hit list to follow. There are a whole bunch of great looking villains in this volume. While the book finishes off with a battle of good vs evil there is also, throughout, a sw...
  • Illy
    SO I swore up and down I wasn’t gonna buy the manga because I am not really into heroes or things like that. Well, I lied. I went to see the new MHA movie and I feel in love. I think watching some of the animation made me like the story a lot better because I re-read the first 8 volumes that I needed to read to kinda understand the movie. AND I LOVED THEM. I saw a new light in them. This volume was amazing too. Like fuck. I’m on the MHA bandw...
  • Kia
    Action™ Plot Twists™
  • eme
    Sinceramente, he llegado a un punto de la vida en el que no soy capaz de darle a boku no hero menos de cinco estrellas. Esto cada vez se pone peor y yo estoy más estresada cada vez. Así no se puede.
  • Annika
    protecc the chillins, they be the footure
  • Sam
    Oh my goodness...this is the best volume of the manga so far. This summer training camp is intense and so much happened in this one. I admit to being very emotionally invested in this volume, especially with certain character's situations.
  • cindy
    Summer camp di lokasi rahasia yg hrsnya jd ajang meningkatkan kemampuan murid2, eh ketahuan juga sama grup villain bersatu. Diserang d. Iiisshhh... siapa sih ini pengkhianatnya?Yg lbh mengejutkan, ternyata target penyerangan itu bukan All Might, melainkan salah satu murid.
  • Christine
    No words for this. That All Might vs All for One fight was too awesome and nerve-wracking.
  • Julie
    Battle scenes like this are definitely better to watch, but I still enjoyed it! This series makes me so giddy and now I just want to rewatch the show.
  • Natalie
    Oh BOY, are things starting to heat up now!This volume continues with the training camp introduced in the last volume, and starts off with a few training simulations for the students to push past their limits and gain more control over their quirks, and increase the strength of the quirks themselves. Of course, as with one of their previous training exercises... their camp is rather rudely interrupted by (once again) the League of Villains.This t...
  • Nore
    I just couldn't wait for the physical copy to come out in the US, so I caught up on this series online. I can't wait for the next volume. I related very strongly to a protagonist who cries at the drop of a hat, let me tell you.When the US publication comes out, I'll be giving this series a re-read; fan translations always have different nuances.