My Hero Academia – Review
I'm excited to bring you the first brand new anime review since the blog relaunch, and one of the world's latest series, My Hero Academia. After witnessing a huge gathering of My Hero Academia cosplayers at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2018, I had to see what the hype is all about, and in this preliminary review, I can tell why it's as popular as it is. It's reminiscent of another anime series I really enjoyed from early in the decade, but with more of a scholastic focus. Oh, and super heroes. Series Vitals Author: Kouhei Horikoshi Also Known As: Boku no Hero Academia (Weekly Shounen Jump), 2014 (ongoing) Year: 2016 Episodes: 60+ (ongoing) Studio: Bones Studio - Notable Works: Fullmetal Alchemist Eureka Seven Soul Eater Wolf's Rain Space Dandy My Hero Academia - Summary The first episode introduces us to Izuku Midoriya, who is a student who dreams of being the greatest hero who ever lived. But he isn't just a regular student... maybe he is. The thing is is that he wants to be more than a