僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5

僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5

僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5 [PDF / Epub] ☁ 僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5 Author Hirofumi Neda – Polishdarling.co.uk Amazing ePub, 僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5 By Hirofumi Neda This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from th Amazing ePub, 僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ By Hirofumi Neda This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book 僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ , essay by Hirofumi Neda Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you.


10 thoughts on “僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5

  1. Isabella Isabella says:

    (This review is for the entire Smash!! series)

    Wow. This is so silly and dumb sometimes, but it's also one of its greatest assets!!! I absolutely love Neda's comedy and to be honest, it baffles me how little popular this is and how many low ratings it got. REALLY????? THIS IS COMEDY GOLD RIGHT HERE!!!

    *a-hem* of course, to like and even want to read this spin-off, you have to first be acquainted with the characters of bnha. But even so, I think the comedy is funny enough even to the more casual fans.

    All of the characters' personalities are slightly exaggerated (for comedic purposes), but even so, they're all very much them. I didn't feel like any of them were ooc (even though they were written by somebody else) and the moments that they were off were explained by some villain's quirk making them change.

    Not to mention: this has fan-service for everyone!! especially ship-wise. Neda was very generous in this aspect (whether he did it consciously or not), so every ship (popular, rare or in-between) had at least one moment.

    Now, it is true that his art style is... kind of... amateur-ish. Sorry, Neda. But still, I couldn't care less about it, because all of the rest is top-notch quality.

    If you like bnha and are able to get yourself a copy of smash!!, please do so. You won't regret it!


  2. Leah3088 Leah3088 says:

    (I received an arc copy of this manga in exchange for an honest review)

    I'm a fan of the main series, and anime, but I have to admit I'm quite behind and haven't read the previous volumes of Smash!!, but I am involved in the online fandom enough to have seen quite a lot of previous chapters online and in fan theories.

    I really enjoyed the villain chapters because I'm a big villain fan, but it's not often we actually get to see them having fun. It was cool to see the class 1-A kids having lessons and training that we don't really see in the main series that's actually quite important to become a great hero.

    It was nice to read the same characters but in funny situations with less stress and real-world consequences of being heroes/villains. I especially enjoyed the League of Villains bonding chapters because we don't see that in the main series since it's focused on the hero class, but it adds a little more to the relationships between them.
    I found it interesting to see what the characters would be like in another dimension, and it was funny too. A nice little side story to the main series, even if it's not technically canon, it still had some 'character development'.

    I like how the author, Hirofumi Neda included a little story about himself in the back, explaining that he injured his hand and why the quality of some volumes is a little different. It is sad to hear that it won't be continued, but it might come back for an anniversary thing so that could be good.

    I will definitely have to check out the first four manga volumes of Smash!! now, and since I don't know anyone in person who reads manga, i would recommend to all fans of the main series, especially the anime fans who enjoy the fun, goofy episodes where nothing plot-heavy really happens.


  3. Evelyn Evelyn says:

    It's a really stupid but funny 4-panel gags involving My Hero Academia.
    Again, some of the jokes are hit-and-miss. So if you start reading it and get a little turned off, try to power through it. There's probably a joke for you.

    Included in this volume:
    Villain orientation. Addictive smartphone games. Internships. School festivals. Villain team building. Shiketsu High! All the summer!!! Interview with a villain. THE SECRET BOSS IS FOUND! And, of course, hero training.

    Overall, this series is fairly average, as per usual for a gag manga. Since humor is unique to everyone, some jokes will make you laugh and others will make you question humanity. I give this series a solid 3/5.

    This series has 5 volumes.


  4. Pedro Valdez-Rivera Pedro Valdez-Rivera says:

    What a Way to End a Successful, Comedic, Spin-off Magna:

    The fifth and final volume of the comedic spinoff of the most successful Superhero Anime franchise ends with a very high note, with a couple of unique characters that could tied the other previous four volumes together. I highly recommend this book and the series altogether.


  5. FelicityRose FelicityRose says:

    Okay but can we please see That endeavor class become a real scene in the season 5?

    Because it was gold.😂

    (Also glamour Bakugou.....)


  6. Pilos Pilos says:

    It's always melancholic to finish a series, especially a funny one. My Hero Academia was a breathe of fresh air. Funny and relaxing to read.


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10 thoughts on “僕のヒーローアカデミア すまっしゅ 5

  1. Isabella Isabella says:

    (This review is for the entire Smash!! series)

    Wow. This is so silly and dumb sometimes, but it's also one of its greatest assets!!! I absolutely love Neda's comedy and to be honest, it baffles me how little popular this is and how many low ratings it got. REALLY????? THIS IS COMEDY GOLD RIGHT HERE!!!

    *a-hem* of course, to like and even want to read this spin-off, you have to first be acquainted with the characters of bnha. But even so, I think the comedy is funny enough even to the more casual fans.

    All of the characters' personalities are slightly exaggerated (for comedic purposes), but even so, they're all very much them. I didn't feel like any of them were ooc (even though they were written by somebody else) and the moments that they were off were explained by some villain's quirk making them change.

    Not to mention: this has fan-service for everyone!! especially ship-wise. Neda was very generous in this aspect (whether he did it consciously or not), so every ship (popular, rare or in-between) had at least one moment.

    Now, it is true that his art style is... kind of... amateur-ish. Sorry, Neda. But still, I couldn't care less about it, because all of the rest is top-notch quality.

    If you like bnha and are able to get yourself a copy of smash!!, please do so. You won't regret it!


  2. Leah3088 Leah3088 says:

    (I received an arc copy of this manga in exchange for an honest review)

    I'm a fan of the main series, and anime, but I have to admit I'm quite behind and haven't read the previous volumes of Smash!!, but I am involved in the online fandom enough to have seen quite a lot of previous chapters online and in fan theories.

    I really enjoyed the villain chapters because I'm a big villain fan, but it's not often we actually get to see them having fun. It was cool to see the class 1-A kids having lessons and training that we don't really see in the main series that's actually quite important to become a great hero.

    It was nice to read the same characters but in funny situations with less stress and real-world consequences of being heroes/villains. I especially enjoyed the League of Villains bonding chapters because we don't see that in the main series since it's focused on the hero class, but it adds a little more to the relationships between them.
    I found it interesting to see what the characters would be like in another dimension, and it was funny too. A nice little side story to the main series, even if it's not technically canon, it still had some 'character development'.

    I like how the author, Hirofumi Neda included a little story about himself in the back, explaining that he injured his hand and why the quality of some volumes is a little different. It is sad to hear that it won't be continued, but it might come back for an anniversary thing so that could be good.

    I will definitely have to check out the first four manga volumes of Smash!! now, and since I don't know anyone in person who reads manga, i would recommend to all fans of the main series, especially the anime fans who enjoy the fun, goofy episodes where nothing plot-heavy really happens.


  3. Evelyn Evelyn says:

    It's a really stupid but funny 4-panel gags involving My Hero Academia.
    Again, some of the jokes are hit-and-miss. So if you start reading it and get a little turned off, try to power through it. There's probably a joke for you.

    Included in this volume:
    Villain orientation. Addictive smartphone games. Internships. School festivals. Villain team building. Shiketsu High! All the summer!!! Interview with a villain. THE SECRET BOSS IS FOUND! And, of course, hero training.

    Overall, this series is fairly average, as per usual for a gag manga. Since humor is unique to everyone, some jokes will make you laugh and others will make you question humanity. I give this series a solid 3/5.

    This series has 5 volumes.


  4. Pedro Valdez-Rivera Pedro Valdez-Rivera says:

    What a Way to End a Successful, Comedic, Spin-off Magna:

    The fifth and final volume of the comedic spinoff of the most successful Superhero Anime franchise ends with a very high note, with a couple of unique characters that could tied the other previous four volumes together. I highly recommend this book and the series altogether.


  5. FelicityRose FelicityRose says:

    Okay but can we please see That endeavor class become a real scene in the season 5?

    Because it was gold.😂

    (Also glamour Bakugou.....)


  6. Pilos Pilos says:

    It's always melancholic to finish a series, especially a funny one. My Hero Academia was a breathe of fresh air. Funny and relaxing to read.


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