BNHA had already started to dip quite long while to pretty dark times as it has gone to the recent chapters. The rather melancholic and harsh tones on the realistic implications or consequences that have befallen these have been pretty rampant - and also Horikoshi having to take a break inbetween.
So I couldn’t be more happier to see the comeback of that spark that drew to this series in the first place: the optimistic, punch-the-fate-and-odds-to-the-goddamn-face spirit it had since the beginning. And from Izuku again, nonetheless. I’m really proud of this boy, and I’m really glad Toshinori is gonna stand up living on even if it means kicking Nighteye’s foresight out of the park.
The timing couldn’t have gone any better too since as of late I’ve had quite difficult times despite a very strong start back in 2016 that also had me introduced to this series, and it had been a while BNHA had reared it’s head up sorta high like it was here. I’ve tried to make good progress before this chapter popped in and it really came in a like a sweet reassurance that your never finished or disabled when it comes to molding your future.
Not that I’m saying nothing positive of significance has happened before, but things have been pretty rough for these folk, and a lot crushing revelations had dropped on here and there about.
In whole, even when things might end up messing you on over, you can always, ALWAYS TWIST YOUR FATE.
Because, when you do - you’ll most likely find something new to put your heart and devotion on, even when you think the good ol’ days are over.
“If you ever leave me again,” she said, her eyes stinging, “I swear to all the gods—”
Percy had the nerve to laugh. Suddenly the lump of heated emotions melted inside Annabeth.
“Consider me warned,” Percy said. “I missed you, too.”