We wait for Spoilers. Also new best girl.
I hope she quickly gets killed off so this little flavor of the month she's got going on ends.
>new best girl.
Best girl has been here for quite a while, OP.
New characters look interesting, but I feel like whatever will happen at the Mall is just an intermezzo for the upcoming mo' training mo' heroic arc.
That being said, I'm still really happy Ochako is on a good way. Now who will Tsuyu be coupled with?
>Read latest chapter.
>OH SHIT, SHINSOU IS BACK TO BE BROS WITH MIDORIYA IN THE MALL.
>It's that edgy faggot.
He's never coming back is he. ;_;
>What is Nico Robin.
Not even close. Robin's power still works if you know what her power is.
This guys is either a one hit KO or a normal human, and doesn't even get a second chance.
I like that in this manga heroism is more about what your quirk can do to solve crimes and otherwise help people rather than YOUR POWER LEVEL IS THIS AND THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS IN SUPERHEROISM
Sure the MC is superman in training but its still a shounen afterall, at least he's not an idiot hero that only cares about eating and his friends.
I remember someone saying there'll be an early chapter. Was I rused?
This guy: http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=3791888
It would be a coincidence if she also had a blood-related power like Stain does.
It would also be kinda funny if she didn't have a quirk at all and is just a serial killer with a box cutter and a blood fetish
Reminder! All girls are best girl.
Tsuyu best of best
I wouldn't give Deku too much credit. He's a clear example of "the weak but smart and ballsy" shounen archetype. It's more interesting than "the strong but stupid and hungry" archetype, but it's not exactly original.
I've read 15 chapters, and I haven't gotten into it yet. Does it get better, or is it just not for me?
Also, she's really cute.
Keep reading. Do you even PLUS ULTRA?
D-Don't be so mean to him, anon. W-We can still have a thread...probably...
yes its very rare for every girl to be a best girl
>Todoroki spents his free days with his mom
that's so sweet
Man, they're all qt3.14s.
Ochako a CUTE!
Deku smashing his edges flat might be my favorite part of the whole manga so far.
I hope they don't censor their fight too much.
Idon't know who this is but I'd kiss her and hold her and love her cute little hands in that sweater
It would be worth reading even if the only good thing was Midnight, best girl of best girls.
I told you about the reference /a/, but you refused to accept.
Going back and re-reading it, the first chapter had great art.
Like the page where All Might transforms for the second time. That he's spitting up blood makes it obvious he's in some distress, but it's his veins that really sell it. They look like they're about to explode out of his body. It makes it clear that it isn't a bullshit power-up, he's really pushing himself beyond his limits.
The ones on his forehead make a "V" shape to match his hair, too. Nice touch.
You really need to post a frog if you want to sell this in the future, baitfriend.
Yes, because in the manga being a hero is a legitimate career choice.
The school has other departments, such as the general education department, but the story is focused on the department of heroics.
How can those 1-B kids ever complain about anything, ever?
They even have an excuse for falling asleep in class.
>being a hero is a legitimate career choice.
So teaching kids to put their lives in danger is completely fine according to the government on that manga. See, that's my problem with this kind of manga. I won't say that this doesn't happen in western comics as well (considering when it does, it's not the government, and they always question if this is the right thing), but.. it's very stupid when you think about it. It's like a major flaw in the main plot.
It's actually a major plot point how fucked up the hero business is. It's an ad-hoc system thrown together to prevent the kind of total anarchy that erupted when superpowers first came about.
Maybe you should try reading it instead of reading about reading it? It's quicker and more fun.
Damn it anon I'm going to love Toga even if it kills me.
And this is their class president.
>likes black coffee
The first years are really.. something.
I wonder how the other grades look like.
Is it so hard to separate reality and fantasy for some people?
You should read it first before making statements like "major flaw in the main plot".
You know military school exists, Anon?
Heroes in MHA are basically super-powered policemen and super-powered firemen. Yes, in real life we tend to start training for such things at 18 but there's nothing particularly weird about starting at 15 instead.
Kendou, Copylad, Lady Jesus, TetsuTetsu, Jaws...
These guys could easily carry their own spinoff.
What happens in 5 minutes?
Ah, I see this pairing is starting to catch on. Good. Good.
>qt older sister
>mom is locked away somewhere
>burn over eye
>is eventually won over by the main character (not like he was evil or anything)
REMINDER: SCANLATION MIGHT BE DELAYED
A few influential Chinese raw providers were arrested recently. You might know them as Mangapanda, but they also provided untranslated copies of jump to various scanlators. Also, their arrests have spooked the other Chinese providers.
Don't be surprised if we get translations late, possibly as late as Monday.
>You know military school exists, Anon?
They were a thing before, sure. Probably you can still find some today, but this doesn't change how fucked up it is. Of course it is weird to prepare kids to go to the army at such an early age.
>It's an ad-hoc system thrown together to prevent the kind of total anarchy that erupted when superpowers first came about
that doesn't really show how fucked up it is, but at least they discuss it, making it slightly better.
You're applying real world moral and ethics to a fantasy world where risking your life to fight crime while wearing a spandex suit is the coolest thing ever.
I understand where you're coming from but you should really tone it down.
It's kind of fruitless and there isn't much we can discuss with you, especially if you won't even read the manga in the first place.
I love the shit Hori slips into his crowdshots.
>Endeavor on the monitor
They're not intentionally put into life-threatening situations.
R E A D
it's true that i'm expecting a world mirroring earth to have common morals. But you have to admit that if it was that different, that should be a plot point, how kids are legally considered adults or some shit. Everything except for that academy is just like our world, as far as i have read. Why are they able to create something so different inside that academy?
they are training to be heroes, as the other anon explained. You're training them so they can be put in life threatening situations.
>they are training to be heroes, as the other anon explained. You're training them so they can be put in life threatening situations
They're training so they can be prepared to be a hero and use their quirk without hurting people. It's basically military school and that's all there is to it. Shut the fuck up.
>But you have to admit that if it was that different, that should be a plot point, how kids are legally considered adults or some shit.
>Everything except for that academy is just like our world, as far as I have read
Sweet Christmas Anon. What is your deal?
>You're training them so they can be put in life threatening situations.
When they're adults, dude.
God you're so dense.
>It's basically military school and that's all there is to it
yeah, training them to be soldiers. I think anyone agrees that teaching kids to become killers is not a good thing. My point is just how retarded this is.
Eh, high school here in the US has ROTC stuff you can do.
I can accept heroism being a thing you can train for as a high schooler- the thing that's funny to me is that the public and the parents thought it was cool that the kids fought off an army of dudes who broken into the school to literally kill all of them.
I mean, sending your talented kid with a good superpower to a school to become a hero sounds great IMO but I'd kinda hope that it would safe there. I guess none of the kids got hurt BY the villains but still- would you let your kid go to a school if they were openly targeted for assassination because of it?
> initially thinking in my head that would be hot
Wait.... Thats actually a bad thing.
What if she gets one for all?
Are you retarded? Military schools are there to prepare people for possible life threatening situations. This is because their more than likely to be in those situations. This doesn't equal puting them INTO life threatning situations. You saying because I learn CPR in CPR school they must drown some fuckers in that school becasue....? Your saying this because you didnt read the fucking book.
>basically military school
>a school that gets you hardened for a career of fighting
It's not outlandish in any sense. Heroes are paid by the government to capture villains. Training people to do this at a young age will only do good.
>wah wah soldiers are evil killers!
To add further, I don't think it's required for the students to go to a hero academy or even do hero training. This page pretty alludes to that.
Heroes don't kill people. Actually, it's pretty explicit that heroes definitely aren't supposed to kill people in this world so if anything it's less fucked up than high-school ROTC/West Point recruitment.
It's also really obvious when it's revealed that there are various other departments in UA.
There's even an economics or business department.
I'm so fucking done with this discussion.
well, death will happen if you throw the kids into that. I mean, of course you expect them not to kill, but that shit happens. Actually it's even worst if you don't teach them how to kill, it's like you throw them into the danger but you don't teach them how to stop the villain efficiently. If you're going to fuck up and make them crime fighters, at least prepare them to kill.
Well let's see....
>>teenagers aren't mopey and passive aggressive
>>the edgy one gets called out by MC
>>more screen time devoted to kids learning to become heroes instead of focusing on angsty teen drama and victimisation
>>no silly retcons like "Bobby, you're gay"
Nothing like X-Men at all and I think that's why we enjoy it.
That's wrong. General school is normal, but also has lessons about how to use a quirk without killing people.
Hero school takes kids through simulations and trains them to actually be heroes.
No, it really doesn't. Teenagers are taught how to handle villain scenarios in a safe environment until they are ready to become real heroes when they become adults. It's literally no different from having an adult go through training to become a hero.
This is a real page.
Look at all the effort put into it.
i think the point is how they are trained wrong if they are only trained not to kill. You basically expect them to die if they get to this kind of situation.
>It's literally no different from having an adult go through training to become a hero.
the adult can actually consent to get trained to that and knows what to expect. I think it's kind of important in this case.
Reminds me of this, only not ironic at all.
Are they for real? Like for fucking reaaaal??Making colossus gay was retarded but this????
Man I'm glad I stopped reading comics
>the adult can actually consent t
Oh great. Now I get what we're dealing with.
Can we all please stop replying to him
They are trained when to actually use their quirk. They are just told to only use killing force as an absolute last resort. You don't need to be trained to kill someone with your quirk if you're trained to hold back all that power.
And the kids can drop out at any time and are put through painful tests. I think they know what they're going to go through when they fight giant robots and break bones.
It's the same guy who was trying to troll with "THIS IS WAIFUSHIT RIGHT", just more subtle.
I'm so willing to discuss MHA I almost don't care though. So I'm talking to a retard, whatever!
lack of consent is a completely legitimate reason not to allow kids to become soldiers.
>They are just told to only use killing force as an absolute last resort
if that is true, it's different from 'teach not to kill'. It's 'teach to kill when necessary'. As people said it was like they can't kill in any scenario.
>kids can drop out at any time
It's kind of a big choice to just 'drop out'. Let me put it this way: Kids cannot consent. You make them train for something they may not even want and just expect that after years they will be okay to let it go. It's like you're having sex with them and just say "you can stop any time, so it's okay". There are some things that is better to just wait until you're an adult or at least close to understand your decisions.
>I think they know what they're going to go through when they fight giant robots and break bones
seriously, they do, or do not put kids in life threatening situations during training?
This is a school. Not being able to consent is a non-issue, considering they're enrolled in a school where this is what they teach. Plus, the fact that they got accepted implies consent forms from parents and the students anyway. School isn't just "Show up for the Entrance Exam and if you pass you're in", its a process.
>This is a school
you can't just take the army, name it a school, and be cool with it. Anyway, in a school your parents are consenting to give you education, something objectively good. Here your parents are consenting in turning you into some kind of soldier. It's not only a career choice being forced to the kid, it's one that could get him killed. This is just wrong.
i started a long time ago, just didn't finish Because of that shit. If you tell me "it stops being shit" i may even keep reading it, but as it is, i's too illogical for me.
Fuck me. Fuck me now Oh, and read the manga.
Do you guys think there is hope for manchild-kun?
>suspension of disbelief
this just means i have to ignore logic. Look, i can understand fantasy. I have no problem with people shooting fire out of their mouths or whatever. What i cannot allow is "conflicting statements". With fantasy, you can tell us that unicorns exist, but you CANNOT tell us that unicorns don't exist after telling us they exist. They created this school that contradicts the world and any common sense we could find in it. How can i keep reading after this contradiction? you want to create a school where they teach kids since an early age to put themselves in life threatening situations to save people? then make the rest of the world acomodates that. Make their take on children and parental rules completely different from our planet, don't just change it when you want.
I hope there's some actual romance in the future with those two and not your typical shounen bullshit.
>Boy drops all the spaghetti around the qt girl
>Girl refuses to admit she likes boy B-BAKA!
I've seen ironic memesters before but I guess it's been a long time since I've seen such autistic conviction.
I feel like this "discussion" has been going on for hours.
I'd rather have someone post the powerlisting wiki and say "WHOA HEY WHAT POWER WOULD YOU GUYS HAVE?" than this.
I think Sensei wanting him to become "the new him" will lead to a plot for Sensei to return to the world as a Hero instead of a villain. It would be interesting to see Hands' reaction if All-Might of all people saved him from being sacrificed.
After superpowers came about, there was a period of violent anarchy and lawlessness. Heroic vigilantes eventually put a stop to it and restored a semblance of order, but law and society still hasn't adapted to the change. Therefore, you have heroes who are officially on the government payroll but who have no legal authority to make arrests. You have schools designed to teach quirk-related crimebusting, but they're private schools and not public ones. And the pay of heroes corresponds to their public stature rather than any objective rational, because the heroes "pay" is nothing less than a naked bribe to keep them in line.
Therefore, even though it isn't "logical", it's still internally consistent.
I love how there's almost no "Thing" angst in MHA. Kids don't bully Tokoyami for being a bird-man, because their best friend might have wings, or be a cement block, or whatever. It's just normal for them, and it has been since the day they were born.
Also probably helps that since you never know anyone's actual quirk abilities unless you've seen them in action, the possibility of getting clobbered is always present. You're not gonna bully the birdkid because he might have Shadow Manipulation, and you're not gonna bully the girl with the silly bangs and rosy cheeks because she might have Gravity Manipulation. So I'd imagine quirks did wonders with people treating each other better, Deku obviously being the exception because he was a quirkless weenie before.
Jesus Christ, Anon. It's elite academy that includes elements of (super)police training in a world where being a (super)policemen are treated like celebrities. No-one's forcing them to go and after they graduate they'll spend at least some time working as a side-kick to an experienced hero. They're also receiving normal, general education so they don't have to be heroes after UA.
Is it really so bizarre to imagine that in a world full of superheroes and super-villains you might want to start superhero training early? In the real world athletes start rigorous training at a very young age, and while you can argue that athletes aren't endangering themselves as much as policemen the same logic applies. You need to train heroes from as young as possible so that they're as fit as possible before they get too old.
In the real world people start training to becomes athletes, sportsmen, actors, ballerinas, musicians and all kind of other professions as children and their parents tend to allow and encourage it. Is it so hard to imagine that if being a hero carried the same prestige as being an actor, being wouldn't want to get into training as young as possible?
>but who have no legal authority to make arrests
cool fact, where i live, in Brasil, any citizen can make an arrest.
>You have schools designed to teach quirk-related crimebusting
one thing doesn't really leads to another. You have some time of chaos, and now you teach children how to fight crime? i mean, yes, you can have people teaching how to fight crime. But why a school? there should be plenty of adults willing to do that. They're even easier to educate, more resistant, and can learn on the field. There is also the fact you will be forcing the kid into the career, which is just wrong and the manga doesn't really show us if they think otherwise about child safety.
Now, let's consider for a second that, as you said, "they want to bribe children" as in "giving something for them to do so they don't go full anarchy". It's still doesn't make much sense. First, if it is true that about 90% of the population does have a power, you would need to bribe the entire population to avoid this kind of conflict, or at least the ones with a great power, in which case you're saying, if they're not many, that they are a manageable amount and could be dealt with without 'bribery'. Second, education is just a better bribery; turn the guy that can shit fire into a doctor.
>Is it really so bizarre to imagine that in a world full of superheroes and super-villains you might want to start superhero training early?
it's hard to believe the government would allow that.
>You need to train heroes from as young as possible so that they're as fit as possible before they get too old.
why not train when they're adults, like the police? there is just no argument not to do that. Actually, you will be much more disciplined and physically prepared as an adult.
>and their parents tend to allow and encourage it
it's really hard to find a family that will encourage the child to become a policeman. And i mean real encouragement, not just "that's cute".
Because anons have the memory of a horse.
NO SCANS TIL MONDAY.
NO SCANS TIL MONDAY
NO SCANS TIL MONDAY
Raw providers in China were arrested, so the normal source of early Jump magazines are shut down. In we're lucky we might get a Korean leak, but otherwise we have to wait until it officially comes out in Japan.
What do you guys think her quirk is?
Reminder, black people aren't mythical creatures to Horikoshi. Black Panther when?
Have you been reading their blog posts? Ishuhui are going to try to get their Chinese translations up before the magazine comes out, but their normal providers have chickened out.
I see no drawback with this quirk.
>it's hard to believe the government would allow that.
The government likes superheroes. They fight crime.
>why not train when they're adults, like the police?
Same reason you want to start training sportsmen as young a possible. Every year of training will make them a bit better and people have a shockingly short period of time before they get too old. Policemen have to be able to run, shoot straight and hit people with sticks; they're not expected to be expert martial artists.
.>Actually, you will be much more disciplined and physically prepared as an adult.
Sure. You could even have some kind of early preparation system, where you try to develop their discipline and physical abilities before actually throwing them into a proper apprenticeship. Maybe some kind of hero school.
>it's really hard to find a family that will encourage the child to become a policeman.
That's because police don't have any prestige, at least to most people. If policemen were celebrities, parents absolutely would encourage their children to join the cops.
Yandere girl is certainly not exactly an original design but the presentation makes me really want to see her in action since I want to see what her quirk is.
She uses a knife apparently- she didn't try to BITE Shigaraki, so I guess that's not her main method of attack?
>translator went on a trip
I don't believe it but if that mean it goes back to the regular schedule than I don't care.
Why did they post the article about an acid-throwing Vietnamese guy getting sentenced to prison?
W-Was that their translator?!
It's more complicated than that. They can't translate until they get scans. Previously they were getting scans on Thursday, now they have to wait till SJ releases it. Last week, it was released on Saturday, but the translator was on a trip so it came out Monday.
It will come out Monday this week too, unless scans magically appear.
UA is basically a highschool that has the equivalent of a specialized and renowned music/art/software development course, except in UA's case it's about being a professional hero (or a developer of support items)
It also has general education classes so it can serve as a normal highschool too.
You don't have to go to UA to become a professional hero, just like you don't have to go to a school renowned for music to play in an orchestra, but it increases your chances of success immensely.
He didn't say that, though. Re-read that thread. It was from last Saturday, and it says A. "We have the scans in hand" (because Jump published early last week), and B. "We won't have it until Sunday because our translator is traveling". (they ended up releasing it on Monday anyway because the translator fell asleep mid-translate).
Highly doubt its just large hands
Probably the ability to inflate body parts or some shit like that, big hands seems way too weak for like the 3rd most important other class kid.
Control over bullets?
or maybe the ability to create a big ass gun Vash style
Additional effect of his quirk: invisible bitches love it.
An egregious error on your part. Repent before Jesus girl, anon.
>forgetting speech bubble head.
This is the true injustice.
OK, fags. Post who's gonna sing MHA OP.
Betting on these guys..
Y'know when your really think about it, its pretty amazing how theres a mangaka out there who's such a huge fan of Western comics and animation that he's able to make a series out of it. The fact that he 1) Is a huge Westaboo 2) Clearly has a good head on his shoulders for storytelling (at least, thats my impression) 3) Is a very talented artist and 4) Actually managed to be successful really seems like a 1 in a million chance.
it was only a matter of time before something like this happened
Cartoons today are being made by people who grew up watching anime and anime today is being made by people who grew up watching cartoons
>She uses a knife apparently- she didn't try to BITE Shigaraki, so I guess that's not her main method of attack?
My bet is that she can probably do something like draining all of a person's blood from their body from open wounds. It'd also tie in to how much of a Stain fangirl she is since his power was also blood based.
so whats up with invisible girl?
suposedly turning invisible isnt her quirk but just some random atribute the same way shadow kid has a bird face.
do you have any theories for what her actual quirck might be? it needs to be something that would allow her to either destroy/immobilize the exam robots or rescue fellow students during said exam.
also suposedly hero costumes should enhance or complement quirks, but hers seem to be only a pair of gloves and boots.
Never having it fear of not having a date.
She reminds me of that girl I have back in school who's not that attractive but popular because she's generally nice and down to earth.
She's an agent for One For All.
Notice how she suggested going to the mall? And Hands just happened to be there.
Five bucks says she originally only had the invisibility quirk, but was tired of never being noticed. So she became a mole in exchange for AFO giving her a visibility quirk.
Why do people always get the names mixed up?
All for One - can steal quirks from others to stockpile them, can also lend them out but the user probably takes them back sooner or later
One for All - the stockpiling of power over the course of the generation of its users.
Bah, I don't think so. She's been super genki since her first appearance, and even Hands says how convenient it is he ran into Deku. Think about it, considering he left his Villain meeting pretty pissed, do you really think there was a moment where Hands got a call from Invisigirl saying "Everyone's going to the Mall, you should kill Deku" and Hands went "Great idea!" and went there himself? Most likely scenario is that its a huge coincidence.
As for her quirk, I have no idea. Random guess says the ability to turn other things invisible, which could be pretty interesting (ever try to punch with a hand you can't see? You're coordination would be fucked), but I'd personally like her to have some form of color manipulation. Sort of like a Chameleon, if you catch my drift.
I wonder if Horikoshi will explain later how One for All accumulates physical strength, considering how powerful it is (All Might is probably on par with a calm Hulk)
All Might is clearly stronger than the combined strength of 9 adults, so unless a past torch bearer has a super-strength base quirk in him or herself.
>runs on the souls of all its previous users
Jesus Christ how horrifying.
I'd buy that, All Might was one of the shadows that Deku saw.
I hope this doesn't make Deku give up One For All to keep All Might alive. It'd be lame.
This is just speculation, but I don't think we've seen the whole abilties of All for One. Sure, super strength is super OP considering the setting, but I wouldn't be surprised if All Might reveals to Deku in his final moments that AfO has some secret or hidden ability. The shonen genre basically depends on surprising power-ups after all. Plus, I don't think we've ever seen All Might at his prime before. Whose to say that he hasn't been so weakened that he can only use the Super Strength from AfO? I'm sure he has (or had) more then a few tricks up his sleeve considering he's supposed to be the last successor.
>We have seen everything about One For All
>Only the secrets and limits are hidden
Damn. Still no spoilers yet? So, what? Are we back to spoilers popping up in the middle of Thursday/Friday mornings again? What a shitty time to be a MHA fan.
Seems like this is their new schedule of releasing the scans.
オールマイトのいない世界 今日からそれを 信念と呼ぼう
Spoiler from 2ch, they are usually legit, pics soon.
The way I see it, a person can have up to two quirks, but each quirk is separated into "body" and "power." Tokoyami's body quirk is having a bird head, but his power quirk is to have a shadow creature. Some people don't have body quirks, like Todoroki, who only has Fire & Ice, which is one quirk due to eugenics.
>Interview with Midoriya
>Shigaraki wants to know what the difference between him and Stain is, he wants to know the answer from Deku
>Deku says it is because of All Might
>Because of the strong belief in All Might Stain never gave up in his ideals
>Ochako comes back and sees Shigaraki with Deku
>Shigaraki leaves and knows that all Deku does is to defeat All For One, but Deku doesn't answer to that
>Shigaraki found a belief thanks to Deku, it is a world with no All Might
>It's All Might after all
>Shigaraki asks to chat over tea
>he does literally that
Y'know, while I am excited for a casual discussion between hero and villain, I can't say I'm not surprised over Shiggy's restraint.
This week's TOC ranking, courtesy of Mangahelpers. The scan hasn't released yet, but this is apparently what the rankings look like this week.
Issue #53/2015 (11/30/2015)
Nisekoi (Cover and Lead CP)
My Hero Academia
Assassination Classroom (CP)
Buddy Strike (23 pages)
Shokugeki no Soma
Shimatsu-ya K (One Shot by Hasegawa Tomohiro)
Straighten Up! Welcome to Shika High's Competitive Dance Club
Black Clover (CP)
The Disaster of PSI Kusuo Saiki
Samon-kun the Summoner
Preview issue #1/2016 (12/7/2015)
Cover and Lead CP: One Piece
Kochikame, Isobe Isobee, One Shot, Assassination Classroom - Koro-sensei Q"
Absent: World Trigger
Itsuka will always be best girl anon.
Quirk counselors exist in this world, presumably a requirement for every institution that wants to be recognized as a school. I bet there's even one at UA, just in case.
Beyond that, UA provides simulations of all kinds of threats, whether it be environments (USJ) or criminals with quirks of their own (the Sports Festival and the end-of-term test).
>you will be forcing the kid into the career
Persuasion and coercion are two different things.
Kids wake up to their Quirks by age 4 at the latest, so the standards of general child safety will need continuous updates since parents are risking their very lives just to give care to their growing families.
So just continue what he had been doing. Great chat, more deathflags for All Might.
>"Waa waaa I'm a bad guy but people keep ignoring me waa waa why is stain cooler than me waa waa"
>I't snot you, it is us who only have boners for all might,
>So if I kill all might I will be with the cool guys like Stain? neat!
heroes should punch villains in the face, it's the work of the therapists and prisions to help them reflect and become productive and legal members of society.
Also people acting with conflicted consciene is mor mature and realistic, no one is 100% right.
That tint can be nice, deku helps others to become better at what they wan to be, be it heroes or villains.
You need convictions in this life!
Remember the Stain incident: Deku still doesn't have the ability to perform vigilante arrests without a license. Even if he caught Shigaraki now, he'll also get expelled from UA for defying the proper channels.
Yeah I guess its hard to write around without something retarded happening, I mean lets be honest Deku should have never beaten him anyway.
What a waste of good design ;_;
Not even remotely the same.
as I said "heroes should punch villains in the face" I didn't say Deku should detain shigaraki right now, but that his quality as a hero should not be talk no justsu but punch no jutsu in tha face.
What the FLYING FUCK
That's actually disturbing
probably set in a very similar universe, but focused on all the illegal stuff that happens is shoddy neighborhoods. The kind of place superheroes don't really work in.
Think of all the dark things you could do with quirks. All the scary mutant quirks that all ready exist, like those fish guys, but in this horrifying style.
>Deku should have never beaten him anyway.
I know right? Deku only managed to win because he's the MC and need an asspull to do it,
I always though the way Bakugou's smile extended way past his teeth in (pic related) looked creepy, I guess Hori picked up on that too and put it to good use.
Are we sure this isn't a monthly series?
How do you cook up something like this in a week given you have like 17 more pages to draw?
Or did he draw this beforehand and was saving up for an occasionally like this?
Togashi also has a habit of drawing serious "out of style"
Bakugou will be voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto aka Accelerator from Index.