After being delayed what seems like 100 times now (I seriously wrote this back in June, I believe…) my review of the Blu-Ray release of My Hero Academia Season 4 Part 2 can be viewed by clicking HERE.
Even the more gentle, comedic arcs have a lot of story value!
Time for my first contemporary My Hero Academia review! Not quite sure why I didn’t cover the previous year’s two stories… maybe I knew I’d be covering the Blu-Ray releases for Anime UK News (which I’m sure I will as well when this season comes around…)? … Well, anyway, “Season 5” kicked off by animating the Joint Training Arc from the Manga, which also features a fair amount of new plot for our main protagonist. Let’s take a look!
My review of the first half of My Hero Academia’s Fourth Season on Blu-Ray is up for a look HERE. Always a pleasure to talk about MHA, even if I have to stop short of talking about some of the best bits!
What’s this? Another Anime UK News review?! I know, right? Still, this was one of those “share anything even remotely to do with this video link and we’ll sue the pants off of you” movie screener reviews, which are always a bit special (and often very last minute!)
So what did I think about the latest MHA Movie? Click HERE to find out!
My review of the Blu-Ray release of My Hero Academia Season 3 Part 2 is now up on Anime UK News and can be view by clicking HERE.
As I’ve said before, this is a series I’m looking forward to diving deeper into on this blog down the line…
HERE are my thoughts on the blu-ray release of the first half of My Hero Academia’s Third Season. Let’s just say I look forward to the day when I cover this chunk of story in closer detail…
I had the rare pleasure of a secret stream review for Anime UK News, in this case it was a screening of My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, the first film for the franchise that is debuting in UK cinemas this week. The review can be found HERE.
While MHA is very much a Japanese voice kind of series for me (mainly because that’s how I’ve always watched it via Crunchyroll) I didn’t mind that the stream was the dub version only, as it was surprisingly competent given it had so many teen characters in it…
This is a first for the blog as I’ve technically covered these episodes on Anime UK News when I covered the Season 1 blu-ray release, but as those are more of a quick, relatively spoiler-free, look at the show and the physical release, this will be my normal more detailed (and spoiler-filled!) look at the story. My Hero Academia is the latest hit for Shonen Jump!, but has already impressed me enough that I believe its opening stories put it above all but one (that I’ve seen), gaining it the #2 spot on this list. Why? Well, why don’t you read on to find out!
My review of the second half of the second season of My Hero Academia is now up on Anime UK News HERE. It’s definitely a series I will cover in more depth on this blog in the future, but for now, I’m happy to cover the physical media releases!
My review of My Hero Academia: Season 2 – Part 1 is now up on Anime UK News, and can be found HERE. Goes without saying given the hype surrounding it, but this really is a great show!