My Hero Academia Episode 33: All Might’s Hesitation

Review:

This episode certainly continued with the idea of social media and looking at how Stain’s influence is spreading in the world of heroes, at least those ideas were running around in the background and permeating the set up for what is apparently to come. I’m glad I spent some time on this idea in my last Feature and I’ll hopefully revisit the idea later particularly if it remains a prominent theme here.

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However, My Hero Academia doesn’t like to dwell or hold its narrative hostage to its themes and as a direct result while this idea is still sitting there and bubbling away just waiting to explode onto the centre stage again, our hero students are back in class and training. All Might is also ready to reveal more about the past to Midoriya but this is where things took an unexpected turn.

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Not in the story itself. That was pretty stock standard villain and hero origin material to be honest, though like most of the generic points in this anime it managed to be very enthusiastic and dramatic in the delivery. No, the surprising part was that All Might blinked. That’s the best way to put it. He realised Midoriya still didn’t understand something fairly critical and yet hesitated and then chose not to explain it.

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It will be interesting to see if that omission comes back to bite them in later episodes. So, you can probably gather that I am still very much enjoying this show and hopefully it can continue strongly.


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4 thoughts on “My Hero Academia Episode 33: All Might’s Hesitation

  1. sometimes i think boku no hero academia has a better grasp on how narratives shape society than re:creators, though i guess to be fair re:creators is more focused on individuals

    1. Unfortunately I can’t compare the two because ReCreators is unavailable for me at the moment. Still, I’m very interested in seeing it eventually.

  2. I love the concise nature of your writing. It’s rare to see some one with such a well-developed critical eye. This is the Phoenix Otaku paying you back for a like. Keep up the good work!

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