My Hero Academia (Vol 28)


Still rules

This series is fucking bonkers. It just keeps getting more and more intense which makes it much more interesting but also holy shit is this heartbreaking. Shigaraki is getting more powerful by the moment and we get more backstory in things that came to pass before the series started, as well as more character development for underappreciated characters like Aizawa and Present Mic, who are my personal favorites. The series had such a strong start with only focusing on the children but as this moves on the focus has started to shift to the lives of the professional heroes and I LOVE that. It really keeps the series feeling fresh and new, so I hope we continue to get different perspectives in the future. 

Title: My Hero Academia (Vol 28)
Author: Kohei Horikoshi
Format: Paperback
Pages: 184
ISBN: 9781974722884

Three Descriptors: Hopeful, Action-packed, Dramatic

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