>>93212 Not going to? His problem was he was trying to ape All Might identically when he wasn't physically capable of doing so, he subconsciously felt like he had to due to being the heir to OFA. Now he's moving at his pace in a different style instead of (literally) punching outside his weight class, and the additions to the arms and legs of his costume will further reduce the recoil meaning less strain on his limbs
>>93348 And yet it's exactly what I thought for years. Not the item itself but the info. Because AoT is and always has been shitty. >>93351 A straight up photograph. On the back is a note from Dad explaining that AoT is The Village.
>>93353 We don't know the details, but the basement contains, among other things, a photo (tech the civilization inside the walls doesn't have). The photo is of Grisha and his old family, explaining that he's from somewhere beyond the Walls where people live in luxury, and that humanity outside the walls isn't extinct at all. In a presumably distinct sense from the Titan Shifter hometown of Annie, Bertolt, Reinhard, and Zeke.
Well, Annie, Bertolt, and Zeke anyway. Eren fed Bertie to Armin, which was pretty funny.
>>93430 I started reading Yuragi-sou no Yuuna-san, the current Jump replacement for To Love-ru. It's fairly standard ecchi fare, but it does manage to get a chuckle out of me every now and then and the girls are absolutely gorgeous.
>Mutant carcass in alley this morning, tire tread on burst stomach. This city is afraid of villains. I have seen it's true face. The streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of blood and when the drains finally scab over, all the vermin will drown. The accumulated filth of all their hero worship and murder will foam up about their waists and all the students and pros will look up and shout "Save us!"...
>...and I'll look down, and whisper "no."
>They had a choice, all of them. They could have followed in the footsteps of good men like All for One. Decent men, who believed in a day's work for a day's pay. Instead they followed the droppings of attention whores and TV stars and didn't realize that the trail led over a precipice until it was too late. Don't tell me they didn't have a choice.
>>93573 This and Zou has definitely been high points. I was cautious about Big Mom, but she sure is showing off what a Yonkou looks like: the Strawhats are COMPLETELY out of their league without jobbing at all.
Why is the current One Piece arc SO GOOD? I had honestly kinda lost hope for post-timeskip arcs, since both Fishman Island and Dressrosa were so thoroughly meh. But Big Mom Arc is honestly up there with the big ones so far.
>>93887 There are definite shades of that in the main series. The anime is also doing a lot this season to show her as someone who gets hot and bothered by school children with somewhat unsettling frequency.
>>93893 I see what you're getting at, but it doesn't really explain how he got 2 fruits. Also since he did it with dead Whitebeard, it's likely he just had a spare fruit of the right type. He did come prepared.
>>417340 Sure looked hella cool though. And that fucking music man. Hnngh.
I keep hearing that it was based on the original ending Kishimoto had for the series, and I can't help but wonder what that would have looked like. I know this is the shounen thread but I've always preferred self-contained stories with a planned ending over long-running series that go on and on.
Hajime no Ippo is such a terrible manga, the protagonist has a creepy cult-like devotion to the man that ruined him with his retarded coaching, and clearly the reader is meant to think of it as laudable.
Guess you need to have more Yamato Damashii Samurai Blood to be this enlightened/delusional.
>>417345 It would have been pretty terrible, the amount of Bakugou shilling in the series is already pretty bad.
I don't hate him personally like other do, and appreciate the slow character growth he's been displaying across the manga where he's been acknowledging in his headstrong way small changes in his behavior to be more of an actual hero rather than just a villain-fighter. I can also appreciate him being able to keep up with or beat the MC as much as he has currently because when Deku actually masters OFA it will be All-Might & Endeavour all over again in terms of capability between the two, its sensible to draw things out and not render the (somewhat hamfisted) rival character impotent too soon into the story. But the way he gets his dick sucked (most notably) in movies and anime specials is atrocious.
If the series ended in Deku handing the power over to Baron Von Explodokill that would be the worst, especially when there's peers so much more heroic in nature he could transfer it to
~As for the movie in question beyond the nonsensical power-sharing it was pretty terrible; alot of anime movie cliches like an awful crammed-in overpowered 'Movie Antagonist' with ridiculous powerset (which even extended to his furry henchman that was a chimera monster that could basically use any animal power and also breathe fire for some reason), annoying little kid original characters being primary to the movie plot... The previous film was a much more natural addition to the series as a whole which actually felt like it fit and expanded on characters rather than just being shallow movie for the sake of movie churned out as a matter of course for #insert current popular fighting anime#.
>>417793 >>417796 Not even a 90's comic-loving edgelord but why does this kid look so goddamned cool as a scruffy vigilante? All they had to do to make his cutesy rabbit costume badass was rough it up and give him a hero scarf.
>>418008 The obvious comparison would be to One Punch Man but I feel this has more heart than that take on things since the dopey MC actually has a reason to personally care about events even if he dominates most challenges he encounters in a jokey fashion with pure strength. Also the setting is more fun in that it riffs on something garbage like that of Harry Potter where we've honestly all wanted to see those kind of retarded magic cunts get fucking twatted in the face by someone without spells.
The pacing is another plus, its not drawing things out with a ton of dumb filler and actually sailing along at a good pace.
I liked Hero Academia Vigilantes but now its getting pretty insufferable. The MC who was a loser college student that specifically wasn't supposed to be a big superhero like the characters in the main manga is now pulling endless new powers for his quirk out of his nowhere as he fights the main villain of the spinoff who is revealing more and more bullshit and ridiculous powers from his mutant body.
Its like they are both just doing this to drag the story out longer and longer instead of letting it reach a conclusion, making it the worst kind of cliche and boring.