My Hero Academia, Volume 5 – Review

My Hero Academia’s fifth volume is a friggin’ masterpiece. That’s basically all there is to it – the manga has continued to improve from a starting point of “extremely solid archetypal shounen,” and at this point its strong art, wonderful characters, and bubbling themes are all working in concert to create legitimate magic. This was a tournament arc where I actually cared about every single competitor, where I cheered and cried at every single fight. It perfectly fused climactic action and very personal storytelling, demonstrating exactly how you make fights worth fighting. I can’t even imagine what comes next.

You can check out my full review over at ANN!

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One thought on “My Hero Academia, Volume 5 – Review

  1. Wow, that third paragraph is a damn good sales pitch for the volume. If I read that without prior knowledge of MHA, I think I’d immediately start reading the series.

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