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  • So. Much. Fun.

    My husband and I LOVE the anime and decided to start reading the manga because I wanted more. I was thoroughly expressed with how clean this story was in comparison! (The anime has quite a bit of language, but there were only a few in the manga.) It was however just as fun and really enjoyed seeing Deku's growth. He's such an awesome hero to cheer for. <3 Definitely looking forward to reading book two! P.S. I recommend reading the manga for fans of the anime simply due to the "behind-the-scenes" the creator offers on each of the characters. So. Much. Fun.

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  • 4.5 STARS

    In a world where most of humanity is gifted with special powers called "Quirks", Izuku Midoriya, a young boy with no Quirk at all, dreams of becoming like the world's most famous hero, All Might. One day, All Might himself approaches Izuku and gives him the opportunity to become the hero he always envisioned, by sharing with the boy the powers of his own Quirk, "One for All", and enrolling him into the Yūei High School for heroes in training. Once enrolled, we follow Midoriya’s journey in becoming the world's greatest hero, making this a story you will not soon forget. BNHA's unique blend of American and Japanese tropes and styles made this a far more refreshing and interesting read. From the major character development, engaging content and overall storyline, it became more than apparent as I read along why readers are so drawn to this manga series. I will strongly advise picking this volume up as it is a great introductory piece to the manga and anime series. It will allow you as the reader to know the origins of Midoriya, his lack of powers, why he wants to become the next All Might and what led him to be the strong, inspiring superhero he has always dreamt of becoming.

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  • Good.

    I've been hearing great things about this manga, so I thought I would give it a shot. The book is engaging so I plan on continuing with it. People have "quirks" which allow them to become superheroes, supervillains, and so forth. A boy really wants to become a superhero but doesn't have a natural quirk. He is devoted to entering into the best super hero school and dot dot dot

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  • great!!

    I really love this story. I watched the anime first becouse I didnt kno how to read manga but after season 4 came out I decided to try reading the mangas while I waited for episods to come out. it was really easy to figure out and fun to read. highly recomend.

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  • Reply to Nina (ignore if ur not her)

    Ahem... First off it is spelt Iida not ida and next ochako shows no such feelings for Iida. However she does show signs of having a huge crush on Izuku (i dont blame her, he saved her life after all) so i would just like to say.... No.

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