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He needs to be there. All three origin boys need to be there.
Japanese J. Jonah Jameson Jr. when?
THis manga could've been good, it had a nice setting and great characters, but the MC is shit and pushed into everything, so it's doomed to being shit unless the author realize that you can have others characters do something meaningful for the plot.
>No he doesn't
Are you fucking retarded? All Might is Deku's god, All Might dying in front of him will shake the most and force him to change.
No, you ruined those threads with your autism.
In my opinion, the best development with what we got would be Deku staying in much to his dismay, rescue party of Kirishima +whoever still goes, All Might arrives for rescuing, shit happens and he doesn't die, but gets defeated, rescue party watches it but manage to take Bakugou back, All Might goes down for the count and this goes out to the media, instilling fear in the population because the symbol of peace got beaten.
If Deku goes you can be sure this will turn out shitty and that All Might will die.
If he doesn't, it can still turn out good.
He is the goody two-shoes guy that is friendly with everyone and wants to help. I don't see him obsessed but rather that he wants to help his friend. His is being a little forceful with this, but it's understandable.
His arms are demolished.
There's no good reason behind Kirishima asking the kid with demolished arms to help him.
There's no reason at all for any of the kids to even go to the villain hideout and it's completely asinine that Momo even made him a tracker considering she's one of the few smart kids in class A.
Who says he has to fight?
>There's no good reason behind Kirishima asking the kid with demolished arms to help him.
Did you not read the chapter, he himself knows that what he's doing is foolish but he can't stand the fact that he's useless and can't save Bakugou
1. He's currently injured a lot more than the previous times
2. That would pretty much say there are no repercussions to using his power recklessly, which is something that he has constantly been told
>Why would the class be in charge of a rescue operation?
Who said anything of the sort?
>2. That would pretty much say there are no repercussions to using his power recklessly
>Suffered from a high fever and was out for two days wit fractured arms with no sides of recovery as of this chapter
It makes no fucking sense. He has tons of other students to ask that aren't hurt and would be more useful to him.
>Who says he has to fight?
Why would he even ask Deku for help if he's not expecting him to fight?
>He has tons of other students to ask that aren't hurt and would be more useful to him.
...they're right there beside him jackass
>Why would he even ask Deku for help if he's not expecting him to fight?
He never said anything about fighting and Deku has other uses that doesn't involve fighting either.
She has only demonstrated quick thinking twice.
Deku has been shown to make strategies multiple times. He has studied his classmates quirks and can probably come up a strategy with all his notes. Plus he even made a strategy up for Uraraka when she was against Bakugou.
What is wrong with you Speedreader-kun?
>Suffered from a high fever and was out for two days wit fractured arms with no sides of recovery as of this chapter
>hurr durr this MC died because he used his power too much and it's totally a repercussion if he gets revived the next chapter!
>Getting a fever for days and breaking bones is not repercussions from using your power
>Deku wreck his arm destroying the giant robot
You can't keep going like that Deku, you have to change!
>Deku destroy his finger to throw a ball really hard
You can't keep going like that Deku, you have to change!
>Deku busts his legs saving All Might from a tough spot
You can't keep going like that Deku, you have to change!
>Deku breaks both his hands fighting Todoroki
ou can't keep going like that Deku, you have to change!
>Deku chase villains until he drops right as Kacchan is taken away
ou can't keep going like that Deku, you have to change!
Yeah why should it stick now?
It's dumb if deku, todo, and iida go. This directly conflicts with everything they learned from the stain arc.
Reckless behavior can be tolerated in chaotic, fluid situations, but the pros, the police, and the greatest hero on earth are on this.
The stain arc had two points:
1. Set up the villain alliance with incoming talent, and helping define shigaraki
2. Explain to the reader and characters the laws heroes abide by and why vigilante actions are bad. Todoroki and midoriya saved iida by acting on their own but none of it would have happened if iida hadn't went vigilante. And right or not they all violated the law. The police chief explains it in agonizing detail.
Even if they were totally successful, going after bakugou would, and should, end their careers before they even started.
So you're saying it's a repercussion if someone dies because they overused their powers and then get revived just after? Or if we're told he went through intensive therapy but aren't shown a single bit of it?
How am i grasping at straws? His plan was to attack first, which Ochako did without reading his notebook
That was Bakugous, are you the same speedreader kun, that's calling others, speed reader kun. Bakugou speech bubble is at the start of the chapter.
>All Might and a cop/pro crack squad descend on the VA
>Noumus clean up all the fodder
>All Might dropping miscreant mooks left and right, BAKUGOU SHONEN almost reached
>Suddenly Shiggy and AFO
>Simultaneously, Red Riot and justice friends sneaking in the back
>Sperging Baku retrieved as All Might shields the retreat
>Deku looks back as he crumbles
I really dig this cliche. If they're really going to slay him I'm expecting it go down like mad
>ITT: SPEEDREADER SPEEDREADER SPEEEEEEDREEAAADER SHITPOSTER-KUN BAIT
I'm convinced most of these are just the product of one shitposter trying to make BnHAfags as hated as Narutofags. Kind of like that one that would always make threads every single day talking about how BASED the manga was.
Everyone should just ignore those kinds of posts.
>I remember Deku almost failing the whole thing because of his bullshit.
Looks like we found out who the speedreader is
Its what happens. It doesnt matter what it is, having an anime just brings that mentally that causes everything and everyone to go to shit. Especially when the source material is good enough, but certainly with flaws, so those that wanna shit on it, latch onto said flaws, and those that want to ignore them get triggered by them.
Nope just to prove that Bakugou was about to lose it all with his bullshit. The plan Bakugou had in mind didn't work i.e. Deku was right tat fighting him head on was retarded so flinging him was a last ditch effort.
Is there even any doubt about it being only 1 shitposter?
In one of the previous threads he stirred up trouble for hours and when he finally got banned all of his messages got deleted you could see how 95% of the replies to his shitposts were his own. Only 1 or 2 other anons fell for his bait.
And other times, when shitposting like right now was going on, it went on for 2 or 3 hours and suddenly just stopped on all sides for 10 hours. Later it went all back to 100% shitposting again with all the people who took part in it before, as if the 10 hour long break never happened.
He can use multiple devices to shitpost with different IPs, but there is only 1 guy who can use all of them.
This. It's a shame that we'll go back to being exactly the same in an hour, but really this is one of the most sensible posts we've had in a while.
Ignore all "speedreader-kun" posts
Wasn't that because super-crime was centralized under the guy running Japan from the shadows? And one All Might took him down things turned out real bad for them and no one managed to take his place.
I saw it 1 or 2 weeks ago. He was posting "Reddit is here", frogmeme shit and shitposting about why Deku is such a useless shit. Suddenly the reply counter went down from 400 to something around 320. 1 guy was shitposting over 80 messages.
I seriously wish sometimes /a/ would have something like an identifier for every IP adress that everyone can see to know who is shitposting. I think /pol/ has something like that with flags, but i'm not sure.
And to further prove my point about the 1 shitposter thing: suddenly it all stopped. There were replies every minute, but now the last one of him was 15 minutes ago. Hopefully he died.
Likely a combination of All Might defeating One For All (who was controlling Japan from the shadows) and his status as "The Symbol of Peace", his existence serving as a deterrent for crime, which one can presume starved out the criminal gangs and organizations of willing and capable recruits. For example, there was that one criminal in chapter 57 who was complaining about how fewer people are willing to break the law nowadays than before.
First, his power is boring. I don't dislike super strength, it's flashy and all-purpose, but it's better if you add some extra layer on top of it, a minor spin to differenciate your MC.
Second, the way Deku uses his power is boring. Sure, he never had a quirk before and I can understand that he has troubles controlling his quirk, but his default solutions to problem seems to be punching it really hard, sure it works, but on the long term it's impossible to keep the tension if your MC is constantly being told his body will break down, but never actually change.
Deku himself doesn't have a lot of personality and the way he reacts to event is extremely classic. His knack for combining other's powers is great but isn't used that much, and in some cases I have troubles thinking that the actual quirks holders didn't think of that themselves.
He also takes too much focus. I know that's been discussed already but I'd like to point out you can have a MC AND develop the cast at the same time, and I'm not under the impression we got to see any development this arc. The students either lost against the villains or ran away. Deku is stupidly favored by the teachers and some of his actions really feel like the author put him there because he was the MC and not because it was a natural development for the story or the characters.
To fix him, I'd suggest stopping breaking his bones every five chapters and actually learn to use OfA properly, a tiny part of it at a time. Maybe keep the broken arm for the last blow and then drastically reduce Deku's relevance in the rest of the arc. Focus more on the others students doing their own things and fighting their own fights.
Just ignore them. It's not difficult go tell who they are. Even if you get triggered its no big deal, trolling is an art and some people are just good at it.
BnHA isn't perfect, no series is. Nor does a series stay good forever. The shitposters will find a way to thrive regardless, so you may as well enjoy the party while it's still on.
No, not really, I don't know why you'd think that. Shounen MC usually have some twist or add to their power and a cast of supporting characters that can take the focus for severals chapters in a row without the MC interfering.
This would be one hell of a plot twist. And if Hori makes TetsuTetsu fight villain Kirishima i will cum buckets.
>Tetsu: I trusted you, Kirishima! I thought you were like a brother to me!
>Manly battle of the two Ironmen happens
>Tetsu is about to lose, but he suddenly gets a powerup
>The power of being a man who can't lose
>Tetsu: No, this time you are the one who goes down!
It ends with TetsuTetsu doing pic related.
>The only guy who made friends with baku
>Wasn't allowed to save him
>Believes in the honour of MEN
>Is trying to be a hero
>Somehow him wanting to save Baku is surprising
Nigga you gay.
>Deku himself doesn't have a lot of personality and the way he reacts to event is extremely classic.
I really disagree with this. I find the way he switches back and forth from being a high-functioning autist to an action hero really entertaining.
And I don't really get your next point. Ochako, Iida, Todoroki, Momo and Mineta have all gotten development.
Other than the last arc has their been another time where he's been "forced" into the plot. I can't think of one and I wouldn't even agree he was forced into the last arc either.
You have a point for Goku, but in Naruto it wasn't rare to have the focus put on some others ninjas. just look at the arc right before Shippuden, when there was a lot of chapters dedicaced to each member of the squad (+ the sand village ninjas) fighting against whatever the name of Orochimaru's squad was.
>I'm not under the impression we got to see any development this arc. The students either lost against the villains or ran away
I think this arc was more about developing the villains as a future threat than the heroes.
>I find the way he switches back and forth from being a high-functioning autist to an action hero really entertaining.
Oh he's entertaining sure, but by that I mean there's really no surprise in his development, or in the way he reacts to villains attacking or taunting him.
>Ochako, Iida, Todoroki, Momo and Mineta have all gotten development.
They did, but I think the arc would've been the occasion to see the result of this development. In the end Ochako did a bit of CQC, Iida did nothing, Todoroki did nothing but stall some villains (I would've thought the guy with the ice power could at least stop them from escaping), Momo planted a tracker and made gas mask, and Mineta hid. So the author gave us load of development but not a lot to show off for it.
I think he's extremely forced and you've probably read the reasons why when thoses chapters were discussed on /a/, so I'm not going to retype them.
Why do these theories about a traitor in Class A keep popping up in these threads? Don't get me wrong, it seems like an interesting idea, I just don't remember there being any in-story suggestions or hints that one of the students is a Villain Alliance mole.
I was a bit bothered by him finding Stain so conveniently and by Hands meeting him by chance (although I don't recall if that was done on purpose by Blackmist), but no, it really started to bother me when he kept going after delivering Eraserhead's message to Mandalay.
Probably, but it doesn't change that he keep relying on busting his arm to put him out of a tight spot. Stain's fight was great but he regressed against Musclehead. I get that the author wanted to show how desperate Deku was but it was a bit too soon because Deku isn't quite at that point where he's using OfA "naturally" so him punching so hard his arm break didn't really faze me as much as it could if the author had waited an arc.
>Waaah why isn't this going exactly the way I think it should go
At least these threads were better with just frogposters and bakufags, now I have to deal with internet armchair shonen mangakas.
>So the author gave us load of development but not a lot to show off for it.
This is a result of the ridiculous pacing. Horikoshi just isn't willing to write longer arcs, but you need that time to let other people shine. He's got a 50 character cast and 15 chapter long arcs.
Well I mean that's kinda because he basically fought a guy who has his power but is just a stronger one so he kinda had to go all out. And after he beat him he did take a less forward part in the combat being more of just a messenger than a combatant.
I feel like he really had to use his 100% against musceman, but it was just handled poorly. He did use full cowl against Stain, during the race, and when fighting All Might though.
I'm kinda hoping he shows down after All Might kicks it.
Or I dunno at this pace he could do all 3 class years and we could avoid a goddamn timeskip outside of the obvious epilogue
The last time he broke his bones before this current arc was his match against Todoroki, which was 37 chapters before he fought Muscleman.
This isn't a matter of opinion, you're factually wrong.
Because the one who disregarded orders and went to absurd lengths to save others in the previous arc was Deku. Kirishima wants to do the same because he was unable to do anything back then and he's blamed.
I think the guy was complaining because he doesn't think Kirishima is close enough with Bakugou to want to save him that badly.
Not because what he's suggesting is irresponsible.
Not comparable, this was an urgent situation.
I know UA teachers are canonically fucking useless (save from All Might) but the kids have no reasons to not let them do their job.
Yeah me too, and I love seeing their interests. But at the same time I feel sad because class B looks almost more interesting than class A and we'll never see slice of life chapters about them. All they're good for is jobbing and winning offscreen.
>tfw born the same day as her
little things like this bring happiness.
Who do you think the traitor will be ?
Ragdoll Present Mic Detective or Nedzu's grand Keikaku
The traitor is pretty obviously the detective. He's mad All Might passed down his powers to Deku instead of his best friend. He's leading All Might into a trap right now, and it makes sense he knows about all the things the teachers are planning is since his quirk is mind reading.
Just a reminder that the kids aren't certified heroes so it's not just "oh you darn kids" if they go and try to rescue Bakugou; it's literally illegal and will likely end or fuck up their careers.
Midoriya, Todoroki, and Iida only got out of the deep shit they were in over Stain because the police chief covered for their asses, and only after the Chief flat out told them anyone doing what they did was illegal and far from being a hero. And that was a situation where they could've just all agreed to lie and probably have fudged the details enough to make it indeterminable if they acted out of self-defense or vigilantism.
This is as clear cut as it gets.
The cops, All Might, and the pros have it covered. It's a police matter now. The kids have no legal right to go after Bakugou.
...but they're probably going to, because we apparently can't come up with any other way to have Midoriya see All Might die I guess if this happens to be it.
You know I was just rereading the student exams where Deku and Bakugou fought All Might and I really don't think Bakugou is gonna be evil. He's really not that bad he's just really driven and wants to be able to do everything by his own power but even then he's willing to swallow his pride.
I still think the traitor could be a student, from this arc it's reduced to class A and B, making class B the place with more suspects because the actual intel on students was based in the tournament events, for example if it was someone from class A they would've put crowbro as a high-value target seeing the attack was planned to be during night.
it would be fun if it's kendou and that hands is her hidden brother/cousin/uncle/childhood friend
Well, she probably broke because her son is now sergeant weenie arms.
Also scans nevers
Only things I can guess:
1. Turned villain (lying to save his ass), which I guess could be interesting.
2. Noumu'd already. Doubting this since it doesn't seem reversible and it's a fate as good as death.
3. Legit turned villain, either being convinced (lame), or bribed (maybe interesting). Maybe people infused with TOO MANY quirks become Noumus- what if All For One could give you maybe 1-2 more quirks and you could survive without becoming a brainless mutant puppet if you're tough enough? Bakugou might not shy away from being offered a badass quirk if it doesn't turn him into a brainless freak.
>Hero Academy gets shut down only after 100 chapters
>All Might dies
>Maybe some other professionals die
>Bakugou successfully Noumu'd, new breed of Noumu
>Huge distrust in Heroes in the publics eye
>Class 1-A students banned from Heroics
How would you feel if All Might got an anti-climatic death?
Just one or two panels musing to himself and Deju just stumbles on his corpse.
No last requests.
No last words.
I really wouldn't like it to be the detective because it's too obvious. I'm absolutely sure Nedzu isn't a traitor, and if he his he'll out-keikaku AfO in the end.
I also would like Ragdoll to die/get noumu'd instead of being a traitor, because no one's been seriously wounded yet.
Present Mic or any other hero for that matter would really make me diamonds though.
I hope it's not some calls B kid, that would be lazy. A betrayal has to hurt.
It's a writing thing. They already had a "don't do vigilante shit that's illegal" spiel and had to get their asses covered for in the Stain arc.
Like, that was supposed to be a huge lesson right there. Like half the fucking point of the arc. Midoriya and Todoroki did the "right thing", but they wouldn't have had to do ANYTHING if Iida hadn't broken the law and went vigilante- and even then what Midoriya and Todoroki did was illegal too.
This isn't a side note. It's a chunk of world building that came in the Stain arc's epilogue. Like, it's supposed to be the big lesson; it's what Iida nearly died learning.
Also who said they'd be incarcerated? They'd likely just get expelled or get some permanent black mark on their record- maybe be refused official licensing.
>Taking part in Kirishima's mission would be equal to breaking the law
>Deku convinces everyone to not do it and they all agree to it
>But Deku doesn't give a fuck about laws and wants to save Bakugo
>He made everyone give up on Kirishima's idea because he wants to do it alone and be the only one who would get punished for it later
>Some OFA shit happens which heals his arms instantly
>It all goes well, All Might doesn't die and Bakugo is saved without any changes to him
>But the police finds out about what Deku did and because of that he will be punished
>Deku is sentenced to 5 years in prison for breaking multiple hero work related and quirk use laws
>???: I never imagined to meet you hear, boy.
Prison Break arc with Deku and Stain.
McGruff's lecture was about them not notifying a licensed hero while in a dangerous situation not taking justice into their own hands, he commended them for stopping Stain but didn't approve of them not getting a hero on the scene as quick as possible.
No you're just misinterpreting what the fucking manga says like a fucking idiot. Hence autism.
I think Todoroki will follow his example.
Deku on the other hand has that hero complex that leaves him almost unable to do anything that's not saving everyone he can within his grasp.
So if he ends up agreeing with Kirishima, it wouldn't be unreasonable, but it would be really annoying.
I mean holy shit, i've lost count on how many times people told him to take better care of his body, he'll kill his mom out of stress, he's in absolutely no condition to even accompany the class.
Going now wouldn't be reckless, it would be just plain stupid.
Uh, no, no it wasn't.
It was flat out illegal for them to beat Stain up. You are not legally allowed to use your quirk to harm people unless you are licensed as a hero.
>It was flat out illegal for them to beat Stain up
Holy shit! Speedreader-kun just won't let up
It would be weird if All Might didn´t know about his power, unless he used to be quirckless and then AFO gave him the warping power. The reason behind the treason would be that they used to be powerless friends and the All Might won the the lottery, but then again, it would be to obvious that he was the spy.
Are there any good examples of traitors in mangas? I can remember the dude from Blue Exorcist and one character from Ushio to Tora.
Reread the chapter. When Kirishima is saying they can save him, the ones dumbfounded are Ochako, Iida, Tokoyami and Kaminari. They are together.
I believe Kirishima was talking about how Todo and him heard All Might say he was going to follow the tracker Momo set.
It's no use arguing with him. He's probably going to go off about speedreading and shitposting and such. He also likes to samefag.
What a surprise.
looking at the chapter again, Bakugou says he didn't really learn anything.
I guess Best Jeanist's idea of reform is uh, nice haircuts and putting everyone in tight jeans. That's sorta weird.
The panel at the top is before the flashback.
Jeanist probably taught him things unrelated to fights, if he did teach him something. If he did, It'll be used in this arc along with his hero name unknown so far.
It's an interesting theory but one of those things that kinda begs the question of where does he find the time to do all that shit and be a cop. I guess if you can teleport anywhere it makes sense.
>Ennis hates capes
What is superman?
So does the new chapter go into detail about how fucked up Deku's arms are?
What do you guys think, is this the arc where All Might dies or not? Somehow it's logical to see that they rescue Bakugou and Bakugou sees All Might dying and will develop even further his character.
Here's Mina for u
I guess he's butthutrt his last tactic didn't work out.
I don't think so.
I think this is the arc where All Might's secret gets exposed, and caused more drama and friction for the Heroes and the School.
Deku will probably be useless for the next arc, and I feel like they won't kill off All Might until he and Deku have a team up fight. but that's just me.
I think it's the highest chance but Horikoshi could just make him fake his death like the face of heroism is dead but not really him so he can keep on being like a teacher for deku but not dead just be in the skelly form from now on
We have no idea yet, casts are completely covering them.
I'm betting on this
>Deku removes the casts
>there are more scars in his arms
one of them has the shape of a dick
>there's a message inside the cast
>"I'll add one more every time you break your arms. Let's see you pull this shit again now, you rascal. - Recovery Girl"
Ohboy, can't wait to see those RAGING BONER SMASH
I would make her create dirty things in front of me while she blushes and unable to make eye contact
He's not going die yet.
This is literally like when we all thought Iida was gonna go Sasuke back before the Stain arc revved up.
Horikoshi's just rusing us. We'll get some other twist.
>we all thought Iida was gonna go Sasuke back before the Stain arc revved up.
No only a small select few had that crazy idea. You guys may have been loud but you wouldn't even number 20 altogether.
>Bakugou successfully Noumu'd
Bakugou becomes Deku's venom
Wouldn't mind it
Pretty sure they make them braindead on purpose, so they can control them, I mean the first Noumu was even somewhat of a challenge for All Might, imagine if you piss him off, he could wipe half of the villain alliance.
It really was. And it shows that Ennis actually does have a soft spot for heroes. He just likes them when they're just good people trying to help. Which is also why he'd probably actually love All Might.
>All Might DETROIT SMASHes his way into the villain base.
>Kacchan's just there chillin' on the couch.
>He's the only one there right now.
>"Oh hey All Might."
>"BAKUGOU MY BOY ARE YOU ALRIGHT?"
>"So they took me back and made 'made me an offer I can't refuse' or whatever."
>"WHAT DID YOU DO?"
>"Told 'em I'd think about it."
>"AND THEY JUST LET YOU?"
>"Well it's not like I was going anywhere, anyway. You took a fucking long time to get here, you know that?"
>They mosey on out without a single fight.
>The shortest rescue arc ever.
>still no good momo doujins
this is unfathomable
The mental image of Bakugou and All Might casually walking out through a big hole in the wall with Bakugou just walking out with his hands in his pockets and All Might is just following along kinda sweating and confused like "Really? That was it?" is great.
All Might said that people that were given powers usually would end braindead, unless your power and the new one merged creating a new one (like OFA did)
And since the noumu of this attack was able to talk a little, maybe AFO and doctor are making some progress in creating Noumus that can work on their own (maybe his helmet and the tubes in the neck are because of that)
The winged Noumu was one of Bakugo's old friends.
I never noticed he fused with Momo. tfw you'll never do the same
they're not the same person.
otherwise he would have just warped to deku in the hospital and took him somewhere else.
if they are the same person then he's purposely keeping deku+friends safe which would mean he's a double agent.
>Kirishima guilt tripping Deku into agreeing with him
Let him fucking rest please, he is gonna die.
has anybody seen invisi-girl? haven't seen her at all in that chap and she certainly didn't talk much as of late
inb4 the All for One thing where Deku sees the imprints of its past users within his own mind and they tell him that he has yet to unlock the full potential of All for One and he gains healing factor
I just want to have a chapter or scene where we get to see how close All Might and Deku are before AM dies. Like they hang out or something. Really drive home how much AM means to Deku. Is that so much to ask?
I was kinda disappointed more of the other students didn't get to shine but what we got was pretty good.
I imagine the remedial kids and Iida being safe is a prelude to them going along with this really insanely bad idea to "help" rescue Bakugou.
Spinner already said he wants to kill Iida a couple times, so you know they're destined to fight. I guess now is better than never.
I think it's just because Horikoshi's GOTTA GO FAST with the story and doesn't give us any room to breathe.
I'd have been fine with a months-worth of training arc chapters with the villains attacking at the end. It'd give us a nice look into everyone's relationships with each other.
More SoL chapters in general pls.
It went from good generic to overly-generic.
Starting in a generic manner is ok as long that you use that time to make something original.
However, if your content stays generic for too long it becomes boring. Simple as that.
Now that it has anime and stuff why does he still feel need to go fast?
Needs to slow down. Biggest strength of BNHA is almost all the characters are fun and interesting designs, it's waste to not make use of that.
I can agree with that.
Do the nips enjoy that shit though? It seems BnHA sits higher in the rankings when it's hitting the fan.
I mean, I don't disagree. You got this big fun cast of ancillary and secondary characters; them actually having some fun or development would be cool.
We also haven't seen much of Midoriya's relationship with All Might. I mean yeah he idolizes All Might but it'd be nice to see more from them.
SoL won't put the manga at #1 in the rankings, but it won't send it to the bottom either (or any farther than the upper middle I'd think), I guess Hori's still afraid after getting cancelled twice.
Here's an ides for an MHA spinoff: Just chapter upon chapter of all the SoL and friendship mean we skipped over in the manga itself. I'd buy it.
For fucks sake, you think that they'd figure it out by now, right? I came to this thread expecting at least a couple of interesting discussions but all I get is Speedreader-kun this and Bait that.
>still waiting on mindfuck-kun and aizawa mentorship to be developed
At least Toga is cute and fun, wonder what her quirk is.
I think she can read memories or something of people's who blood she gets.
Oh yeah that was other possibility in my mind, I like that one better I think.
It's definitely something reasonably strong since dabi asked how many she got and she said one even though she only nicked uraka.
>toga imitates uraka and "accidentally" runs into deku on weekend and starts heavily flirting with him and luring him
Man, I can't even describe how mad i'd be if Deku went with Kirishima.
The real problem is that it looks more and more likely because
>anime adaptation next month
>in sunday afternoon
He could make the next chapters be about Deku finding new ways to diddle his fiddle with the casts until the anime ends and he'd still be safe.
I really hope he's not the traitor, that would kinda be shity
I really cannot understand people hating Superman. Is it some kind of deep seeded resentment at someone who is a good person that is also physically perfect? You think it would aspire people to want to be that great. You get faggots getting edgy hate boners for him. Tired old gary stu memes get spouted. Forgetting what he was. The godfather of caped heroes. SUPER heroes.
Eh I don't let it bother me. DC doesn't do a very good job with him most of the time so I can't blame people for not being a fan of him. And I don't think many people really want a superhero like him anymore. They see someone doing something good and they assume that there has to be a reason or that they're getting something out of it. Doing good for the sake of doing good just isn't that popular a concept. There's too much fear. "Don't stop to help that car pulled over on the side they might be trying to scam you" "Leave that homeless person alone they're probably just trying to get drug money" "You should do work at a food shelter it'll look good on your resume". Something changed in us. It's so much harder to just be someone who wants to help people and do good thing simply because it's the right thing to do. It's why I like Superman. He gives me hope that we can still just be good people.
>you're one of those gamergate creeps
This may be one of the only series I'll bother getting different subs for.
>>Would you rather be Deku or Uraraka in that picture?
If Kirishima and Deku decide to go after Bakugou, will the entire class go, or will some, like Iida, sit out? I can see them trying to stop it, but I can't really see some of the class not going if they can't stop it. You know, besides Momo and the other injured.
Well, i think Kirishima asks him because Deku is one of the closest people to Bakugou.
Like, asking for his point of view. I dont think he asks him to actually join them rescuing him.
Kirishima is a nice, good guy. Theres no way he´d just be like "Oh, your bodys fucked up, hey wanna ride the villian rollercoaster?"
Same anon from before, I just read the new chapter raw and well from the looks of
Dekus injuries seem to have no type of consequences, he's just there with both casts in his armsI expected there to be higher consequences for going 100%+
>All Might is weak as hell, but manages to defeat the villains
>just after, he transforms back and is out of juice for the day
>Shigaraki is fucking raging on the floor about how absolute-bullshit-unfair it is that All Might is secretly some scrawny punk and that he beat him just in time
>his friend shows up as back up
>All Might's guard is down
>shot in the back
>as he lays dying, he sees his friend giving him a sly smirk, holding the gun
>phases into Black Mist mode
>All Might is devestated, and his last moments are of betrayal and sorrow
>Shigaraki has no idea of what is even happening or how he should begin to react to this turn of events
Pants have 7 loops. 3 on each side running to the back with 1 in the center behind. Those pants must have like 13 or 15.
So it must be the same person with the same weird ass pants with too many loops. Its the same guy. That, or shit art.
>I'd have been fine with a months-worth of training arc chapters with the villains attacking at the end.
Its fucking hysterical how some of you autists want this to become another Bleach
>I don't want to jump on the stupid hate train
>But I will anyway
When you consider two of the biggest complaints stem from
>MUH SIDE CHARACTERS
>HURR WHY IS THE MC THE FOCUS
You tend to not pay attention to what gets said here and wonder why these people haven't dropped the manga.
I'm still keen to read the next chapters, but I do also feel less hyped about the coming weeks compared to the Hosu arc.
But why would it be hate? BnHA is allowed to have weaker chapters, just like any other series
Because they are shitposting. Just that they do it that way so they can try to claim it is somewhat on topic, unlike the shitposting autist from the other day that spammed a dead BnHA thread for an hour by posting pictures of people making pizza and saying the manga was naruto trash.
Read it or no, the shitposters just want to rile up the threads
we are a little too easy to goad, honestly.
What do you expect when half the posters here are obviously underage? I'm convinced at least half of the "Deku too much focus" are just baiters. Yet retards reply to them every single time.
What they don't realise is that all these "Here's your (You)" posts they spout out is just as bad. They contribute exactly nothing to the thread, and is exactly what those shitposters want.
>You tend to not pay attention to what gets said here and wonder why these people haven't dropped the manga.
Because it's had one bad arc?
The last 15 chapters have been terrible. All of the chapters preceding them were pretty good. Why would you drop a manga for what could easily be a small blip?
>Implying shipperfags weren't always here.
>Implying people weren't always calling this the new Nardo.
Pls. What made these threads comfy was how relaxed everyone was and how everyone was best girls and how shiny and new everything was.
Even the shipperfags and fujos lived in harmony.
>Mina has to be careful that her powers don't burn through her clothes.
>No doujins of her accidentally melting her panties when looking at a hot guy/girl and having to go through her school day commando.
I don't know where this perception that the whole of class A 'hates Bakugou' comes from. At most they've expressed annoyance at his antics and have shown they won't just roll over and take his shit. But hate? I've always gotten the impression that everyone in the class was pretty cool with everyone, with the exception of Bakugou and Deku.
Like, they'll roll their eyes at him but I've never seen anything that would hint at outright scorn.
Ochako was able to subdue Toga
Spinner and Butch were both beaten by the Pussy Patrol
The only villain who weren't defeated by a kid during a fight was the Nomu but those things are fucking insane so blaming that on kids seem a bit much. And Todoroki and Bakugou weren't able to beat Moonfish because they didn't want to risk setting the forest on fire and even then it was Crowbro's quirk that took him out.
>jobbed or acted as a retard
>didn't defeat their respective villain
Those two things are not the same. Tokoyami kicked all kinds of ass, Octoarm saved everybody's bacon twice, and were I not at work I could pull at least two other students that didn't fail horribly at something they should have managed to do for plot contrivance (jobbing) nor acted like retards.
Not that anon but I dunno, I do feel like it's hard to discuss Deku's actual character flaws without other anon jumping down my throat about how he is this bastion of moral goodness who can do no wrong. I suppose some of those people are just knee-jerk shitposting and it doesn't fully express their opinions but it's kind of annoying.
That said, the bitching about his development and narrative focus can fuck off. I'm liking that we get to see his growth as it plays out, and the missteps he takes on the way.
>other students taking care of business
>"but muh background characters!"
Honestly I feel like we've had pretty in depth discussions about his character but it's usually happening in defence of the writing by saying that although an action might not have been the smartest it is in character with what deku would do. We all know that when things get heated Deku kinda tends to throw caution to the wnd and just rushes in. He's been doing it since the beginning. Although he's a smart kid he's also super impulsive probably because he feels like he has so much to prove.
So? That guy wasn't part of the villain attack force. He was clean up. Ultimately the villains were victorious but that doesn't change the fact that they were beaten. Like if Mist had picked up McMuscles that wouldn't have detracted from the whupping he got from Deku
Actually you're right. I remember people used to compare this to X-Men, then Sky High, then Avatar during the sports festival arc.
I'm predicting the eventual Harry Potter comparisons
>Kacchan got kidnapped.
>Had his origin chapter, so he's not going to go Sasuke and join the villains.
>This is Jump, so he's not going to get Noumu'd.
>But they're not going to let him go, obviously.
>"Gee that there's a mighty fine quirk you've got, Bakugou."
>All for One.
Guys, Kacchan's going to become the quirkless hero Deku was originally meant to be.
God I wrote about this before but I would love that. Cause you know he'd still try to be the best hero and would force himself to be number 1 at everything. And if any of the class ever did worse than him he'd see it as them taking pity on him and be posses and want them to do better to. He'd singlehandedly push the whole class driven solely by his pride.
I imagine that would be something like using their fighting techniques while being afected by their personalities (more or less like Kenichi against Odin) and having like a side effect that his personality and the previous users ones could end combining for a short time (like in Spirit Circle), at the worst case losing his own sense of self and becoming a single personality.
I can just imagine the class taking pity on him at first.
>"Bakugou you stay in the back."
>"Bakugou, I'll handle this."
>"Bakugou, you don't have a quirk anymore, Go help the others evacuate."
Needless to say, he spergs out every time.
And then during the next villain attack, he takes down a whole Noumu by himself.
It's one of those things Horikoshi still holding out on us.
>>Deku's vision and how exactly OfA works
>>All Might's back story and his relationship to "Shimura"
>>that winged boy
Damn, Muscular hit Deku so hard the color of his pupils changed.
I really hope she isn't, because that would be lazy as fuck. I really hope the traitor is someone we know, or at least a character we will get to know better until the reveal. If you don't make it hurt, a betrayal isn't worth shit.
We already know he killed someone when discovering his quirk for sure, most likely his father, but yeah it would be interesting to get it soon in the next arc.
Just off the top of my head:
Firstly, it's a repeat of arc we've already seen. Villains interrupting a training arc happened at USJ. Students scattered in small groups happened in USJ. Environmental hazards were present at USJ. Deku smashing with broken limbs because he really needed to save someone happened during the sports festival.
Secondly, it's contrivance and convenience. Everything in this arc is neat to the point of being ridiculous. Deku hears the story of how Kouta's parents were killed by a villain, then the following day that very villain shows up and happens to stumble across Kouta, but Deku just happens to know that Kouta is in danger so he gets there in the nick of time and manages to save the child in a way that restores his faith in heroes. Deku then happens to bump into Eraserhead while both of them are running around in the huge forest, then happens to run into Shouji and Tokoyami, then somehow locates Bakugo and Todoroki (maybe Shouji reached an eye tentacle over the trees to look for ice) then happens to run into Ochako and Tsuyu. The one villain who happens to use a gun happens to be up against a bulletproof student.
Thirdly, while it is an established aspect of his character, Deku's planning ability starts to strain the bounds of credibility. He comes up with the perfect plan to deal with Tokoyami's shadow that just so happens to deal with Moonfish as well (another contrivance), then comes up with the perfect plan to catch Compress in mid-air. It's like he's the only one with a brain and everyone else is just his accessories.
Fourthly, because of Horikoshi's tendency to write short arcs, this big invasion involving 50+ characters ends up having two real (if short) fights and a couple of one panel battles. When you develop a giant cast of side characters people are going to be interested in seeing what they can do.
>There's no good reason behind Kirishima asking the kid with demolished arms to help him.
Kirishima knows what he's doing is a bad idea so he wants Deku to agree with him. He wants somebody to counter Iida and give him an excuse to go.
>Villains interrupting a training arc happened at USJ. Students scattered in small groups happened in USJ. Deku smashing with broken limbs because he really needed to save someone happened during the sports festival.
Contest these points.
This arc is different in that it's a small team of elite villains with gas and fire rather than a small team of elite villains with mooks, and All Might doesn't turn up at the end. The shock at villains turning up at USJ and the tension from students being suddenly thrown up against something entirely out of their league can't be repeated.