My Hero Academia, Vol. 1

My Hero Academia, Vol. 1 - Caleb D. Cook, Kohei Horikoshi 3.25 stars

Like Black Clover, the hero of My Hero Academia has no natural superpowers, or quirk, as they are called here. Izuku still desperately wants to be a hero, and despite his lack of a quirk, he is going to make his dream come true. Too bad he is timid, afraid of confrontations, and not really hero material. That is, until he sees someone who needs saving, and his courage kicks into overdrive.

I'm kind of meh on this right now, but maybe once I get to know the characters better, I'll feel more invested in the series. It was a pleasant read, but nothing about it said WOW to me.

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