大変！ また“脳無”が街で暴れてるよ！ 轟くんのお父さんが頑張ってくれてるけど、轟くんも心配だよね。でも、きっと大丈夫！ だってエンデヴァーはNo.1ヒーローだもん！ 私たちも信じて応援しよ！ “Plus Ultra”!!
Details 僕のヒーローアカデミア 21 [Boku no Hero Academia 21] (My Hero Academia, #21)
|Title||僕のヒーローアカデミア 21 [Boku no Hero Academia 21] (My Hero Academia, #21)|
|Release Date||Dec 4th, 2018|
|Genre||Sequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Graphic Novels, Shonen, Comics, Young Adult, Superheroes, Science Fiction, Comics Manga, Fiction|
Reviews 僕のヒーローアカデミア 21 [Boku no Hero Academia 21] (My Hero Academia, #21)
- Yeah, the manga is a joke at this point. It ran out of things to say and now desperately tries to keep you reading with nonsense, such as: OOOOWWW who can the traitor be? OOOOWWWW is Hawk a bad guy? OOOWWWW is Deku going to unlock more powers from previous users of All For One? OOOOWWWW is Dabi the son of Endeavor? OOOOWWWW who controls the Nomu? OOOOWWWW how does Shinzo’s quirk work? As for the plot? More boring training and mock battles. Scre...
- This one was kinda funky, because it was continuing the fight that was developing between Endeavor and the wack Nomu that seemed to be way different (i.e. more intelligent) than previous Nomu. And of course, with the pressure of officially being recognized as the No. 1 Hero, Endeavor had to face it head on and give his all. I mean, he would've anyway, but now he was on an even bigger stage than when he was the No. 2 hero. Plus Hawk's out here wit...
- My Hero Academia, Vol. 21 continues where the previous tankobon left off and contains the next twelve chapters (189–200) of the on-going manga series.The tankobon concludes the fight with Endeavor and Hawks vs. Nomus – individuals who had their bodies heavily modified to hold multiple Quirks and act as mindless soldiers of the League of Villains, which they eventually win without Endeavor nearly dying. In the aftermath of his battle with the ...
- 4 out of 5 starsThis volume got off to a great start with the dramatic conclusion to Endeavor's arc. I know some people have mixed feelings on Endeavor getting redemption, because he was the biggest asshole to his family, but it makes sense from a story perspective. We shall have to see where this goes, because I don't think even Endeavor knows what he needs to do to become a better person. Also, if Dabi doesn't turn out to be the mysteriously mi...
- Horikoshi softens Endeavor a bit. We are introduce to Hawks the superhero double agent. And it's Class A versus Class B. There was a lot to cover in this volume of this hit manga. I admit this volume had some pacing issues but Horikoshi's art and world building keep the book exciting. We learn a little more about Midoriya's powers and we get look at the world before All Might. Horikoshi has done a great job building up the mystique and charisma o...
- I love how Horikoshi keeps imagining the weirdest quirks.I'm glad Shinsou is becoming important, he's great !Also, once Kaminari learns to control his quirk, it's over for everyone bc I know my boy's got a dope and powerful quirk!!!
- This series has just lost my interest. I'll continue with the anime
- Endeavor, guys. Let’s applaud for him for finally appreciating All Might.
- hawks is on the cover. need i say more?????????i couldn’t remember when i’d read this but i was able to find the date by searching for the plethora of photos i took on the day it arrived. i love hawks, and i love this volume. Please Read This Series, even if it’s not for hawks
- The next book needs to hurry and release in English.
- I’m back to reading manga again and I just binged this series again. I left off right after the whole Nighteyes *thing* and needed time. Now I remember why I loved this series so much. It’s stylized well, has a growing cast of characters who are interesting but don’t detract from the mains, and continues to not make it easy for Izuku.
- SHINSO IS BACK! YAS! Wow. Things are happening.
- SHINSOU, YOU'RE DOING AMAZING SWEETIE.
- 4.5 StarsY'all know I love a good competition arc 4.5 StarsY'all know I love a good competition arc 💖
- Volume 21 picks up where 20 left off, at the conclusion of the fight between Endeavor, Hawks and the Nomu's. The story is trying really hard to make both the reader and Endeavor reevaluate Endeavor's role as a hero and parent and I'm not totally convinced yet. He's still a piece of shit, but he's a piece of shit that's trying so I guess that's something. The big news we learn here is that Dabi is working with Hawks somehow but also Hawks is a dou...
- (4.5/5) Probably this volume has become one of my favorites so far.Reading each of the chapters of this volume has been the most exciting, from the beginning to the end (without forgetting the last four chapters of the previous volume).(view spoiler)[I will emphasize that until now one of my favorite arcs until now is Pro Hero Arc. This arc has clarified certain things to me but it has also generated more doubts than I already had about one of th...
- More filler?Endeavor rises. The #1 Hero finishes his fight with a little help from the #2 hero. Endeavor seems to want to become a good person, but I'm not sure he knows how. Not really interested in that is not staring the kids. This could have been handled better as the class 1A students watched the fight on TV.Then we get more training. Way to much trash talking and bad feelings between the classes. This is not really a good way to build heroe...
- Endeavour and Hawks battle the Nomu, and then a new addition to the Hero Course gives the heroes a chance to stretch their legs in a new training session. Things are ticking along, not much to report yet. The Hawks reveal is interesting, whilst the 'mystery' around Dabi is absolutely transparent even if you're not looking for it, unless there's going to be a bait and switch later on. I do like that Horikoshi keeps coming up with a) new and invent...
- This was a pretty decent installment. Not sure how I feel about an Endeavor redemption, but whatevs. I love how grey Hawkes is and he's quickly become one of my favorite pro heroes after Aizawa. I am absolutely loving that we get to see more Shinso. It was a nice reprieve from the devastation that was Eri's rescue mission, which I'm still not over. Now I'm debating if I want to read 22 now or when 23 comes out next week.
- Endeavor is a widely disliked character, but I don't see this as an "Endeavor redemption arc." He's still a deeply flawed man and the manga isn't trying to rugsweep or excuse what he did. I think the family dynamic with the Todoroki's is realistic, with some children wanting to move on for the sake of ~faaamily~ while others will likely forever resent their dad. Also, Shinso is finally getting what he deserves. I enjoyed this volume despite some ...
- This is a pretty heavy one. Though I'm not an Endeavor fan by any means, I am very interested in seeing how things play out. It's an interesting and potentially risky situation to handle, and I'm...excited(?) to see what happens next. On the kid side, I'm always down for a competition. It's great that we get to see more from Class B and a certain purple haired boy.
- This book is definitely a good one. I still liked volume 20 better due to it having more action. However, this issue brings back a few characters you may have forgotten about. I didn't though because I liked this character a lot and I hoped they would return. This issue also has the conclusion for the fight with Endeavor. All I gotta say is Shoto was pretty savage!!!
- I really like this volume. It has a lot of action and even adds a little mystery to Midoriya’s connection to One for All, and I can’t wait to see how it all plays out. And I’m really enjoying the focus on battle training again. It’s fun to see Classes A and B battle it out, especially because they’ve all learned new tricks and I’ve been dying to know more about Class B’s Quirks for a while now.
- The beginning of this volume is the end of the last one, so I still didn't like the characters. But the second half is great! We get to see a lot of characters I wanted to see more of!! Mainly Shinso The beginning of this volume is the end of the last one, so I still didn't like the characters. But the second half is great! We get to see a lot of characters I wanted to see more of!! Mainly Shinso 😀
- Nice ending to the fight with Endeavor and the Nomu and also just overall nice development of the Todoroki family and their relationship and seeing Endeavor understanding what All Might was going through. Also nice to see class 1B in action as we really get to see what most of them can do.
- I KNEW SOMETHING WAS UP WITH HAWK. FUCKING KNEW IT. Also, I am glad we got to see Dabi - another baby of mine. And getting to see the kids play again. Plus, more One for all background. Overall a solid volume.
- Back at it again with the Todo Fam DramaThis volume starts off with the Endeavor and Dabi fight, which is actually just Dabi beating the crap out of Endeavor and then leads to Hawks having a tragic backstory and then one of my favorites; the Todorki Family Drama.Shouto is there to talk some crap and eat some soba, while also serving some good looks in a turtleneck while he let's his sister and brother cry a bit. It's a classic move.And then we ge...
- Time for Todoroki family drama, double agents, and Class A vs Class B (featuring Shinso!) We actually get to see Class B's quirks in action! FINALLY! And if that wasn't exciting enough, One for All is acting up.