Boku no Hero Academia 09 – 13 [END]

Boku no Hero Academia (1)

Tsuyu-“I bet his farts are explosive.”         Bakugou-“YOU WANNA FIGHT ME FROG?!”

winter15-foshSorry for the delay on this post, but better late than never. So yeah I’m really happy and excited Bones announced the second season and I saw a few posts saying possibly in April? If so that is awesome! Also I’ve been watching the dubbed episodes as well and they aren’t half bad, I’m still shocked Toonami didn’t grab it while it was being dubbed; however they are going to run One Punch Man soon so that works!


Extra heroes

Boku no Hero Academia (5)

Tsuyu to the rescue!

Boku no Hero Academia (6)

This was kinda hilarious…

Boku no Hero Academia (7)

Welp this isn’t good…

Boku no Hero Academia (8)

The second half of episode 12 was AMAZING!

Boku no Hero Academia (3)

Only Overwatch fans would understand…

Boku no Hero Academia (2)

All might approves~

Finished artwork


Just in time for the 4th of July!


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4 Responses to “Boku no Hero Academia 09 – 13 [END]”

  1. IreneSharda says:

    This is for sure, my favorite anime of the season. I love how this series met and far exceeded my expectations.

    All Might and Deku’s relationship is awesome and one that I find rare in shounen. He’s almost like a father to him. This entire arc of the students against the villains was awesome. There are just so many awesome moments from Aizawa being the coolest teacher ever, to Iida escaping with the help of the students, and even Deku and him using his power is always great. And that soundtrack is just too cool.

    But even above all that…that fight. That fight! That was just the most super awesome fight I’ve seen all season. Go All Might!

    That man shows why he has all the accolades and monikers and why he’s known as the best of all the heroes. And it is all earned and deserved.

    All Might is a great role model, and I love how while he’s this huge symbol and is known as being the best of the best and worries about the way he looks, it’s not because he’s vain, but simply because that he wants to be this actual hero for everyone to look up to and for villains to fear and he’s got the chops and the spirit to back it up.

    His first priority is his kids and his coworkers and protecting them. And he’ll do whatever’s necessary to keep them safe.

    I like how the kids did come in an help him, however, I also liked how you saw that as strong and as smart as they were, they were still not nearly experienced enough to be at the level of pro heroes yet. Seeing the four of them together, they would probably make a great team, or form their own agency together or something.

    I’m really happy we have responsible adult teachers who would do what normal teachers in this situation would do in protecting their students and fighting no matter the cost to make sure they’re safe.

    A lesser show, would have allowed or even pushed the kids to fight so that they could learn a lesson and/or just show off how powerful they are. But I really like the balance you see here. Here it’s understood that the kids can easily be taken hostage which will put a huge detriment on their hero teachers. The teachers are good for a reason and they allow us to see that. The kids can help too, but it’s also understood that they are still kids and at the very beginning of their training. A lesser teacher would have let the kids back him up and fight with him. But All Might, like Aizawa and Thirteen, his main goal is to protect his students and comrades. Not to beat the enemy. He insists the kids run even after helping them, though he conscientious enough to thank them which allows them to not think he’s casting them aside.

    I loved that moment when he’s standing there with his body deformed and half huge on one side, and half drug addict on the other. How he reassures Deku that he actually saved his life and that he’s proud of him.

    The teachers coming in was an great moment. They all have cool powers and they know how to take care of business.
    I can’t wait to see what the “League of Villains” has in store next. I don’t know when the second season will air but I’m more than excited.

    A great ending to a stupendous series!

    • Foshizzel says:

      I’m glad to hear that! I know a few that found Boku no Hero Academia to be kinda weak and boring, but to each their own I guess.

      All Might is quite the role model and we can see why Deku respects and looks up to him and yes he is AWESOME! Yeah he is the symbol of peace so you can totally see why he has to keep his limited power a secret or the villains will take advantage over that weakness. Agreed that FIGHT was AMAZING!! Episode 12 was definitely the highlight especially with the soundtrack!

      Yeah it was cool to see the kids step up to help All Might, but of course he doesn’t really let them help so he is quite protective. I’m glad he did that because I agree with most anime lately usually the MC is already powerful which can be boring! At least I rather see the MC work his butt off to become skilled.

      As for the league of villains ill just say they are quite interesting and I think season two is coming out in April.

  2. BlackBriar says:

    If not for the second season announcement, the 13th episode would’ve been an ugly way to end the series which just felt like one big prologue.

    Where mentors are concerned for aspiring heroes, All Might is surprisingly down to earth. Going in, I was expecting a huge ego from all the accumulated praise but thankfully, there wasn’t any and his understood what his standing meant in keeping balance. So there’s surely tension when you think his secret is about to be blown.

    Altogether, Academia was moderately entertaining. That said due to not finding it all that engaging. It’s not on the same pedestal for me as it is for you and IreneSharda because in my opinion, the superhero genre has become increasingly routine and therefore, more and more predictable. The two highlights were Deku vs. Bakugo and All Might vs. Nomu. Not the best or favorite anime in my book this season but fairly passable. No mind watching the second season whenever it comes around. It’s annoying to be left hanging when you want to know how something ends.

    • Foshizzel says:

      Oh yes if they didn’t there would be a lot of pissed off anime only fans! I just pray Bones doesn’t give us a terrible finale cause they are known for having some of the worst finale episodes…

      When I first saw his designs for the manga I assumed he was a cross between the Hulk and Captain America and was more of a celebrity, but finding out that he generally cares for everyone around him makes him such a good character and how selfless he is! I can totally see and feel why Deku and countless others look up to him as a role model.

      For the most part it was focused on Deku’s training and learning what it means to be a real hero like All Might so I really hope the second half can give the others time to shine! Without spoiling things a few side characters get some great development and hopefully less of a focus on Deku.

      I’m with you All Might vs Nomu was amazing!

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