This week the heroes rush in and we get to watch Tamaki, the most timid of the big 3, in action.
The flies have met their match in episode 8 though the girl has learned absolutely nothing and is still pretty much set on throwing her own life away (honourably of course). However, just when Seiya has things under control a new threat emerges for episode 9. I was not expecting this series to be this interesting but I'm glad I stuck with it.
My Hero Academia has definitely had a slow start to the season though episode seven gives us a sense that maybe things are moving. It isn't necessarily about the lack of action, it is more about the lack of anything going on (those cute character moments that used to be fun, the camaraderie between the … Continue reading Visualist x 100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season 4: Episode 7
Is it really the hero's job to charge in sword waving even if the cost is the soldiers who follow after? Seiya certainly disagrees with that model of heroism and honestly it is hard to fault his logic in not just leaping into he fray. He might not have made a new friend this week but his logic was pretty solid.
Never Was An Episode Title So True Kapodaco's Thoughts Let me make it abundantly clear that I don’t mind when action-oriented series don’t employ action in a particular episode. Just because we got to see Kirishima show off his newfound(?) abilities in the last episode doesn’t mean the following episode, which has no action whatsoever, … Continue reading Visualist x 100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season 4: Episode 6 Review
If you missed it earlier today, Kapodaco has our latest coverage of the My Hero Academia journey over on The Visualist's Veranda. This week the story focuses in on a different group of characters and there's some ups and downs as it goes about it. Be sure to check out the post if you didn't … Continue reading Visualist x 100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season 4: Episode 5
Shinchou Yuusha continues to surprise me with how Seiya continues to evolve as a character. I'm sure Ristarte wasn't the only one who was kind of stunned by his declaration at the conclusion of this episode. This comedy isekai didn't just get my attention, it has managed to make me very interested in where it intends to go over the course of the last 6 episodes.
After three episodes of waiting, My Hero Academia season 4 episode 4 reminded me of what I love about the series. Kapodaco and I share our thoughts on this latest episode.
That was a bombshell and a half delivered at the end of the episode. However, prior to that, we get Seiya imparting some important wisdom on the two new additions to his party and some more training. It's pretty funny though not exceptional.
Hey look, the hero actually acted kind of heroically though given he had a planned contingency it kind of makes sense. Still, it was kind of fun watching him take out another heavenly king this week.