僕のヒーローアカデミア 10 [Boku No Hero Academia 10]

僕のヒーローアカデミア 10 [Boku No Hero Academia 10]

敵に爆豪くんが攫われてしまった! クラスの皆だって、今回の襲撃でたくさんケガしたし、雄英も世間から非難されてる。皆も…僕だって、やれることはやったさ! でも、これから...

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Title:僕のヒーローアカデミア 10 [Boku No Hero Academia 10]
Author:Kohei Horikoshi
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Edition Language:Japanese

僕のヒーローアカデミア 10 [Boku No Hero Academia 10] Reviews

  • | Maiko-chan |

    finally the volume gets a cover but FUCK THE COVER for

    , tho I still love it

    finally the volume gets a cover but FUCK THE COVER for

    , tho I still love it

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  • Karen

    I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH!!!!!

  • Fahda

    I'm going through these manga's surprisingly quickly! I just can't stop!

  • Regina

    I just... wow. This manga is amazing!!

  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)

    AAAAAAAA

    THE HYPE NEVER STOOOOOOPS

    It has been a never-ending hype train ever since volume 9, and it's still goooing!!!!

    I find the villain's motivations fresh and unique and multi-layered. Good writing, Horikoshi!!

    Explanation marks because All Might always talks with explanation marks!

    Though not going to lie, I'm kind of over these villains!

    AAAAAAAA

    THE HYPE NEVER STOOOOOOPS

    It has been a never-ending hype train ever since volume 9, and it's still goooing!!!!

    I find the villain's motivations fresh and unique and multi-layered. Good writing, Horikoshi!!

    Explanation marks because All Might always talks with explanation marks!

    Though not going to lie, I'm kind of over these villains!

    Maybe I'm too used to the "villain of the arc" formula of every other shonen, because it feels weird that this one villain (Shigaraki) is still around running the game, 10 volumes in.

    He's a pretty interesting villain though, all that said. Like how he's all immature and being coached in the ways of

    by an even bigger baddie.

    By the way I love Bakugo, he is my son, thank you and good night.

    (I have to go to sleep but I have the next volume literally right behind me and so???? There is really no decision here to be made!!!!!)

  • Taylor Ramirez

    This was a good volume. It’s just a lot of set up for the epic battle between All Might and All for One. Tenya had some really great moments when he punched Deku for wanting to go with this stupid plan. Then when he stops Deku from going in there and thinking ‘I will protect you’. That’s just…he’s such a bro and I love him.

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)

    It was fascinating to see how everyone felt about their role as heroes after the dreadful outcome from the previous volume.

    The struggle to act going up against their public image is an excellent theme explored in this story arc and it is even more intriguing with an exciting confrontation being cooked up.

    Yours truly,

    Lashaan | Blogger and Book Reviewer

    Official blog:

  • Artemy

    On paper, this volume should've been pretty exciting — a big rescue mission, huge showdown between the heroes and the villains, and the debut of All Might's arch-nemesis... But the writing quality just wasn't there this time around. The events were hard to follow, so I was constantly wondering what exactly was going on at any given moment. Plus, it's Dragon Ball Z all over again — the fun and excitement of the early days is far behind, and the new darker tone with the new

    scarier villains

    On paper, this volume should've been pretty exciting — a big rescue mission, huge showdown between the heroes and the villains, and the debut of All Might's arch-nemesis... But the writing quality just wasn't there this time around. The events were hard to follow, so I was constantly wondering what exactly was going on at any given moment. Plus, it's Dragon Ball Z all over again — the fun and excitement of the early days is far behind, and the new darker tone with the new

    scarier villains is too jarring. I did like Bakugo in this volume though, which is a first — I normally can't stand the guy.

  • Roy

    Darker in tone but a bit confusing with some plot lines. It had all the hallmarks of potentially a good story (revenge rescue) but it just didnt seem to go anywhere.

  • Petros

    This volume proves how nobody in the setting of MHA has common sense. First you have the villains kidnapping Bakugo and asking him to join their side. Bakugo had no reason to do so, and obviously refuses. So, what exactly was the plan here? Horikoshi ripped off the Sasuke retrieval mission but forgot to give Bakugo a reason for wanting to join the bad guys, making all this mess completely pointless.

    Then the public complains about the heroes failing to stop a student from being taken by villains.

    This volume proves how nobody in the setting of MHA has common sense. First you have the villains kidnapping Bakugo and asking him to join their side. Bakugo had no reason to do so, and obviously refuses. So, what exactly was the plan here? Horikoshi ripped off the Sasuke retrieval mission but forgot to give Bakugo a reason for wanting to join the bad guys, making all this mess completely pointless.

    Then the public complains about the heroes failing to stop a student from being taken by villains. How ungrateful are these assholes? The heroes have been protecting them on a daily basis from mass murderers who constantly spread chaos. Why is everyone going on a tantrum over a student getting kidnapped when the world is being saved on a daily basis for centuries?

    Then the heroes find the hideout of the villains because the latter are dumb. If you bring a Nomu with you, common sense dictates you will use him. Now imagine these idiots not only doing nothing with their artificial superman, but also letting one of the students to casually walk next to him, and place a beacon on him so they can find the hideout.

    Then we get a flashback of Shigaraki, the facepalm villain, who also lacks common sense, since he hates heroes for not coming to save him when he was in danger. Probably because they were busy saving the universe close by. What an ungrateful sonavabitch!

    Everyone’s train of thought in this manga is a trainwreck and it gives me a headache.

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