ヴィジランテ -僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS- 1 [Vigilante (My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, #1) by Hideyuki Furuhashi

ヴィジランテ -僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS- 1 [Vigilante (My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, #1)

『ヒーロー』。政府認可の下、生まれ持った強力な“個性”を生かし、世のため人のために活躍する「選ばれし存在」。だが世界には、俺たちのようなショボい“個性”の「選ばれなかった者」も存在する。そんな俺らが向かう先、それは『非合法ヒーロー』!?


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Titleヴィジランテ -僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS- 1 [Vigilante (My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, #1)
ISBN9784088810935
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Release DateApr 4th, 2017
Publisher集英社
LanguageJapanese
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Comics, Superheroes, Fantasy
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Reviews ヴィジランテ -僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS- 1 [Vigilante (My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, #1)

  • Artemy
    1970-01-01
    I wasn't expecting much from this My Hero Academia spin-off, but ended up really enjoying this first volume. It's set in the same world, but the story is focused on a group of unlicensed heroes with crappy quirks who still want to do good. It's fun! Actually, more fun than the recent HeroAca volumes. I really enjoyed the team dynamic here, it's basically a story of a young Spider-Man like kid who became a sidekick to a Batman-type older guy. The ...
  • Chad
    1970-01-01
    This was OK. There wasn't much story to it. A few people with quirks (superpowers) but who aren't licensed band together to help people. There's not really much story here. Each issue is kind of the same. They walk down the street until someone confronts them and then get in a fight. Like a lot of manga, the art didn't have much detail outside of the characters. In this circumstance, I had a really hard time following the action with figures just...
  • James DeSantis
    1970-01-01
    My Hero Academia is a super fun anime so I was pretty excited to try the spin off. However, I'm always weary. I tried spin-off for Attack on Titan and that...was less than stellar. However, I said screw it, and picked it up. Is it good? Yeah...it is pretty fun! So this is focused on the heroes that don't become certified. We have a guy who's like a roach who has the power of...crawling. Yes. I'm serious. With that he teams up with a old man who l...
  • L. McCoy
    1970-01-01
    This is fun... but I still don’t get the hype for My Hero Academia...What’s it about?This book follows a young man (Koichi) who has a weird superpower but he uses it to help people. Well, he ends up fucking with some more vicious folks and meets some people that help him be an unlicensed hero... a vigilante.Pros:The story is fairly interesting. I can’t say too much without spoilers but it ends up being a pretty interesting tale.The art is w...
  • Julie
    1970-01-01
    I wasn't sure if I was going to like the spin off as much because it's written by a different person, but it's still a lot of fun! It's a bit chaotic, but it's kind of cool that it slightly ties in with the regular BNHA timeline a little with the drugs and all. It's also nice seeing more from the pro heroes. I'm definitely interested to see where this goes.
  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    1970-01-01
    (Read right to left. Mouse-over images to view sources)My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is a fanfiction spin-off manga of the fantastic My Hero Academia series, and I'd say it was a pretty bold move to try something like this since it has such an amazing behemoth to live up to. So? How does Vigilantes compare to its predecessor? Well, if you noticed my rating you might have guessed that I didn't think it did a great job.Vigilantes was a mixed bag for...
  • Dani St-Onge (Literary Lion)
    1970-01-01
    For more reviews and bookish content: http://literarylion.ca/I picked this up purely out of curiosity. I love the original series and wondered if the spin-off would be any good. It definitely is.I love that this series is going to be focusing on older characters because I'm pretty burnt out on everything taking place in a high school. I also really enjoyed the slightly grittier batman-esque vibe I was getting from a certain vigilante. It's neat ...
  • Sam
    1970-01-01
    I enjoyed this volume, but I feel like I didn't connect with as many of the characters as I did at the beginning of the original series. But I really do like Knuckleduster, and I hope to see The Crawler and Pop Step develop more in the next installments. I also thought all of the random fandom references and cameos were amusing.
  • Christy
    1970-01-01
    Enjoyable for MHA Fans!I like that Vigilantes doesn’t take itself too seriously. Also, the end pages and behind the scenes info are my fav!
  • Lauren Jones
    1970-01-01
    Really enjoyed this. Its nice to see what goes on outside of MHA.
  • Dorothy Weigand
    1970-01-01
    I love the My Hero Academia series and this one is meant to be if Midoriya never met All Might. We have Koichi Haimawari (very close to the word himawari "sunflower"), a young man who wanted to be a pro hero, but his quirk simply wasn't strong enough. So instead he calls himself "Nice Guy" and goes around using his quirk to benefit society. Then he is introduced to Knucklebuster, a self-made hero looking for villains with a special mark on them...
  • Nicholas Driscoll
    1970-01-01
    I enjoyed it. Having a new writer and a new set of characters makes the story fresher. And Knuckleduster is more like Batman compared to All Might’s Supermanishness (this is actually noted by the author), so it’s fun seeing a Batmannish character. So far the story is a little so so, and feels a little less developed than the main one, but it’s enjoyable enough. Three and a half rounded up.
  • Ben Truong
    1970-01-01
    My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, Vol. 1 is the beginning of a new series written by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Betten Court based in the world conceived and created by Kohei Horikoshi. This tankobon collects the first five chapters of this on-going series.In a world, where superpowers (called quarks) run rampant, not everyone with powers is suitable for being a superhero. Even so, there are those who yearn to be a superhero despite not be...
  • Aaron
    1970-01-01
    I liked it. I really did. It remains faithful to the world that Horikoshi has built in My Hero Academia, but deals with street level "heroes" dealing with street level issues. I'm also a big fan of how this story examines how far someone would go to do what they believe to be right instead of how the core MHA manga tells a story of what it takes to be a hero.However, I do feel like it's missing that certain something that makes MHA so special. Th...
  • Kaylee Rockbell
    1970-01-01
    I gave this series a try because I've been watching bnha and I really enjoy it. This series seems like the start to a series that I'll really like as well! The author says that the protag of this and his mentor are intentionally supposed to serve as foils for Midoriya and All Might, and I'm really excited to see how that plays out. Especially since the mentor character is QUIRKLESS! A lot of what drew me to bnha in the first place was that I want...
  • Scott Lee
    1970-01-01
    So I'm sufficiently unaware of the details of this that I didn't even realize it was a spin-off. I assumed the subtitle--"Vigilantes"--was a volume title. Apparently not. Anyway, obligatory admission of ignorance complete, this was pretty cool. It's an interesting concept for a superhero world: If everybody is superpowered--or, at least powered--in some fashion, how does one maintain order? The solution? Those who want to be heroes audition/apply...
  • Gabe Taylor
    1970-01-01
    Note this review contains very minor spoilers from things outside of just the first volume!Lovely prequel/side story of MHA that I sadly doubt will ever get an anime adaptation. The characters are rather interesting and everything fits well within MHA cannon rather well despite not being written by Kohei Hirokoshi. At first I assumed it was taking place during season 2 since we see Ingenium is still alive, though it is in fact as I previously sta...
  • Jake
    1970-01-01
    This is a spin off set in the world of My Hero Academia, with a main character who doesn't have the abilities to be a hero, but still wants to try. In the character discussion, the main hero is brainstormed to be sort of Midoriya if he never got One for All. It's an interesting perspective, with a cast even quirkier then the main show. I really enjoy the main trio's interactions, especially as they grow to know each other better. In many ways, th...
  • dragon
    1970-01-01
    I'm not sure how I feel about this one. When I read the first chapter a while back, I really liked it and thought I'd be hooked. Now, reading the whole volume, I feel like this series lacks the OOMPH that MHA has. I do like Koichi and I LOVE that he's 19 years old. Like wow. But I'm not really feeling Master or Pop. Master is actually pretty smart but there's just something about his "knock people out then ask questions" attitude that I find unin...
  • Selena
    1970-01-01
    Not sure what to make of this spin off. All in all, My Hero Academia is way better. Better characters, better plot, better pacing, better humor.I'm a little interested in Mr. Knuckles (or whatever his name is) for his back story, but I don't really care at all about the other two characters in the trio, Koichi and Pop Star.Ultimately, the coolest parts were seeing the various heroes show up to do their things. Eraser Head fights Mr. Knuckles, a w...
  • Mal Martin
    1970-01-01
    I read this in one sitting. It was a pretty decent book to be honest. I enjoyed the fact that there are a lot of crossovers with the characters from the original my hero academia series. Along with that I love the different types of characters. I can connect with some of them due to this book mainly having characters that have a more chaotic moral alignment. If you like my hero academia then I don't see why you wouldn't like this. However, I can ...
  • Matthew Yadron
    1970-01-01
    Awesome Spin-off to MHA series!I saw this Manga appear when I was searching for My Hero Academia merchandise and figured I would give it a shot. This is actually is one of the first manga's I have read as I usually just watch anime's but I just loved watching MHA so much that I wanted to experience the mangas as well. I am SO GLAD I did too because while MHA Vigilantes is written by another author and the art is drawn again by another artist it a...
  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    1970-01-01
    I don't think I like this series as much as the main one - yet, but I do think it has potential. And it certainly isn't afraid to have fun either, which is a bonus!This was a great introduction to our heroes...er...vigilantes. I like that none of them have much in common, other than their goals (and even then, some of them are doing this for different reasons). It'll make for a more interesting series, in the long run.Also, I absolutely love that...
  • D.M. Dutcher
    1970-01-01
    A side story set during the same time as MHA. A hero with a particularly lame power goes around emulating All Might by doing basic good deeds as "Nice Guy." However he runs into the vigilante Knuckleduster, who draws him into helping curtail a drug epidemic causing instant villains; amplified quirks at the cost of self-control. Along with Pop Star, a guerilla idol whose power is to hop long distances, they deal with the grey area of vigilantism i...
  • Samantha Riccio
    1970-01-01
    A good start!!!It was a good start to a side manga for a really popular series, and the fact that we got to see a lot of fan favorites like Aizawa and Mic here and there. I didn't go into this knowing what this would be like, so it's good to expect some low grade Spiderman and a mix of deadpool because that's kind of what these guys are! They're doing what the hero's should be doing, and are kind of doing but they're doing...? They do what a hero...
  • Ronald
    1970-01-01
    Not bad.Kind of typical street level hero stuff. The stories are a little "wacky" than I like when a story wants to be taken seriously. I'm not sure how or if this story fits in with the main "My Hero Academia" timeline. But it has the same flaw that just bugs me no end, people with powers can't be licensed heroes. I don't know if it is a cultural thing or just a story thing, but some of the so called heroes have worse powers than two of the main...
  • Baker St Shelves
    1970-01-01
    My Hero Academia is one of my favorite animes in recent times and this is an unofficial spinoff following those who save lives without a Heroes License.I do like how the main characters are very much the anti versions of All Might and Deku. Not only that, but this does have this worlds version of Batman as well as referencing several other famous heroes.While that is interesting it does feel a little forced at times.This book has several great id...
  • Evelyn
    1970-01-01
    An alternate story to the original My Hero Academia plot where the hero has to break the law in order to make a difference. It's a lot like Robin Hood with a group of would be heroes using their non-heroic quirks to catch the slime balls who take advantage of the system.Good thing they haven't run into Bakugou.A really interesting take on the hero society that will make you question the flaws in the system. There are plenty of familiar faces and ...
  • Connie
    1970-01-01
    4/5 starsI love this! It definitely stands alongside BNHA and adds to the world, beginning to answer some of the questions that I had reading the original series- namely, what happens to the people who experience smaller crimes, who don't have licenses but want to protect, and how are they treated by heroes and society? This trio of characters are already worming their way into my very-full, class 1a loving heart, and I'm so happy for that. There...