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#244 - Are you sure you've been reading the Manga? if so, I don't thi… 1 hour ago on Marvel throws many iconic... 0
#242 - How is it cliche? I mean, heroism itself is cliche. Protect th…  [+] (2 new replies) 5 hours ago on Marvel throws many iconic... 0
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#243 - empirennn (2 hours ago) [-]
It's cliche in that it represents the gold-age of comics heroes. It's naive and unrealistic and can only exist when the villains are poorly written "death ray" guys who have limited motivation.

You know why modern heroes don't have this mentality? Because the villains aren't 2 dimensional "i'm evil for the sake of it".(and the heroes themselves are written better0.

The villains attack highschool students. Ok no matter what you say after that, you've established the level of crime they are committing is attacking a highschool class.

It's beyond petty. It's at the level where there is nothing to be gained.

Like material wealthy is petty.
Attacking the infastructure of the government/society is a step up.
Conquest is probably the highest anyone ever goes.

But attacking a school? What the fuck for? The villains clearly aren't able to wage war against the heroes outright, why even bother going for the training ones when in a year later there is going to be another wave?

Boku No Hero is at the point where there just isn't any motivation for the villains. They exist solely for the heroes to have something to do and that's just not good writing.

Sadly BnH has poor execution. It's action is lame, it's characters are standard/shallow(everything we've already seen before), and even the powers/setting is completely uninteresting due to lack of exploration.


You can say "cliche's aren't a bad thing" but the amount of good execution required doubles and BnH doesn't meet that.

I can't think of a good anime recently that has hit such a consistent amount of cliche and been good. Even the shonen that are remade (like jojo's) distance themselves heavily from the cliche by being unique.

BnH just feels like a pre-golden-age version of X-men. And that's pretty bad.

#244 - superanonymouspers (1 hour ago) [-]
Are you sure you've been reading the Manga? if so, I don't think you understand the villain's goal in bnha and it is clearly obvious to anyone who've been paying attention. I'm assuming you're caught up with the Manga, and if not, I'm going to spoil the latest chapters.

Their ultimate goal is to kill all might, to kill the symbol of peace so that that unstoppable wall that everyone see's isn't all that unstoppable. They aren't just going "Well we'll attack these kids while they're at a training exercise, because we're bad guys." if you followed even the first 22 chapters you could clearly see their thought process:

Their goal is to kill All Might. All Might is confirmed to be working at Yuuei. Therefore, they infiltrate the school and steal the school's schedule. Then the training exercise begins. Now, the Villains are under the impression that All Might is going to be at this exercise because of the stolen schedule, therefore this is when they initiate their attack. Surprise, Surprise, All Might isn't there, it's eraser head and #13. Clearly, it didn't go as planned, but that's not their fault, All might used up his time limit earlier.

Now we have the most recent chapters, they kidnapped bakugou around 15 chapters back to do 2 things. 1) Recruit him into their ranks, and 2.) to draw out All Might which they have successfully did. Now, as of chapter 92, All Might is staring down the one who's been pulling the strings. All for One, who by the way has existed since Quirks first manifested. And All Might knows that he's probably going to die.

Now, I don't see how you can find the characters boring when they all have very clear personalities, motivations and reasons for having these things. Deku wants to be a hero but had grown up quirkless, he was basically seen how racists look at people of color and was treated as such. Bakugou has always been the best at everything and has insane pride that is easily broken, he loathes Deku because to him, when Deku helps him he's "looking down" on him.

Todoroki was literally born so he could surpass All Might and then he was scarred by his own mother. Uraraka is motivated by money, but not because she's greedy, but because she wants to give her hard working parents the easy life they deserve. Iida has always been a stiff boy who tends to do things by the books and usually follows the rules. He looks up to his brother who is a pro hero. We haven't gotten anymore then glimpses of Shigaraki's motivation for being a Villain, but it's enough to suggest he's endured some kind of abuse in the past and was at some point abandoned by heroes as a child, who in today's society were supposed to rescue people. He also has a connection to the previous One for All user, as was revealed in chapter 92.

The quirks of the show are interesting enough and are explained enough so that they make sense, there being 3 kinds of quirk classes. even though it's a bit of a stretch, they're basically an evolutionary trait that began appearing a century ago. even though that's all the explanation we've gotten, it's enough for suspension of disbelief given the time gap.

The author has done a fantastic job at creating interesting characters, an intense storyline, as well as subplots, and a thrilling adventure that I can't wait to see the end of. Supposedly, the story is only 25% told, according to the author. As I mentioned previously, he's taken cliche's that have been done before and made them into something incredibly fun and interesting.

Lastly, I enjoy the action sequences and fail to see how they are not enjoyable. The art is fantastic and the tension created in the fights is handled very well.

as a final note, if you're going to call characters boring/shallow, you can't just say it, you should explain WHY you think that way. Like you did with the Villain's motivations, even though you didn't seem to get their plan, you still gave some kind of reason as to why you thought that way.
#240 - Why do you say that? Can I have some examples?  [+] (4 new replies) 6 hours ago on Marvel throws many iconic... 0
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#241 - empirennn (5 hours ago) [-]
His example of heroism is cliche and only applicable to those with superman powers.

They aren't realistic of what a hero is.

If the villains had substance this would be more obvious but since they are so stereotypically evil that they attack highschool students, not gonna happen.
#242 - superanonymouspers (5 hours ago) [-]
How is it cliche? I mean, heroism itself is cliche. Protect the innocent, put your life on the line if you want to save someone, stop villains from causing harm. How is that only applicable to those with superman powers?

A hero is someone who risks their lives to help those who need it. Those who act quickly to save someone from harm. He's never once implied that you need to have superman like abilities to do those things. He's only said you need a quirk to be a hero, and obviously that only applies to his world.

and I think the villains, the ones who are the focus anyway, have a lot more depth then you think they do. And honestly, why wouldn't they attack high school students? It makes sense to attack heroes in progress then pro heroes because they're easier targets and they could stop them from becoming pro's themselves.

And cliche's aren't inherently a bad thing. You can take a cliche and turn it into something wonderful, all that matters is the execution. BNHA has done an excellent job taking whatever cliche's its used and making something fantastic with them.
User avatar
#243 - empirennn (2 hours ago) [-]
It's cliche in that it represents the gold-age of comics heroes. It's naive and unrealistic and can only exist when the villains are poorly written "death ray" guys who have limited motivation.

You know why modern heroes don't have this mentality? Because the villains aren't 2 dimensional "i'm evil for the sake of it".(and the heroes themselves are written better0.

The villains attack highschool students. Ok no matter what you say after that, you've established the level of crime they are committing is attacking a highschool class.

It's beyond petty. It's at the level where there is nothing to be gained.

Like material wealthy is petty.
Attacking the infastructure of the government/society is a step up.
Conquest is probably the highest anyone ever goes.

But attacking a school? What the fuck for? The villains clearly aren't able to wage war against the heroes outright, why even bother going for the training ones when in a year later there is going to be another wave?

Boku No Hero is at the point where there just isn't any motivation for the villains. They exist solely for the heroes to have something to do and that's just not good writing.

Sadly BnH has poor execution. It's action is lame, it's characters are standard/shallow(everything we've already seen before), and even the powers/setting is completely uninteresting due to lack of exploration.


You can say "cliche's aren't a bad thing" but the amount of good execution required doubles and BnH doesn't meet that.

I can't think of a good anime recently that has hit such a consistent amount of cliche and been good. Even the shonen that are remade (like jojo's) distance themselves heavily from the cliche by being unique.

BnH just feels like a pre-golden-age version of X-men. And that's pretty bad.

#244 - superanonymouspers (1 hour ago) [-]
Are you sure you've been reading the Manga? if so, I don't think you understand the villain's goal in bnha and it is clearly obvious to anyone who've been paying attention. I'm assuming you're caught up with the Manga, and if not, I'm going to spoil the latest chapters.

Their ultimate goal is to kill all might, to kill the symbol of peace so that that unstoppable wall that everyone see's isn't all that unstoppable. They aren't just going "Well we'll attack these kids while they're at a training exercise, because we're bad guys." if you followed even the first 22 chapters you could clearly see their thought process:

Their goal is to kill All Might. All Might is confirmed to be working at Yuuei. Therefore, they infiltrate the school and steal the school's schedule. Then the training exercise begins. Now, the Villains are under the impression that All Might is going to be at this exercise because of the stolen schedule, therefore this is when they initiate their attack. Surprise, Surprise, All Might isn't there, it's eraser head and #13. Clearly, it didn't go as planned, but that's not their fault, All might used up his time limit earlier.

Now we have the most recent chapters, they kidnapped bakugou around 15 chapters back to do 2 things. 1) Recruit him into their ranks, and 2.) to draw out All Might which they have successfully did. Now, as of chapter 92, All Might is staring down the one who's been pulling the strings. All for One, who by the way has existed since Quirks first manifested. And All Might knows that he's probably going to die.

Now, I don't see how you can find the characters boring when they all have very clear personalities, motivations and reasons for having these things. Deku wants to be a hero but had grown up quirkless, he was basically seen how racists look at people of color and was treated as such. Bakugou has always been the best at everything and has insane pride that is easily broken, he loathes Deku because to him, when Deku helps him he's "looking down" on him.

Todoroki was literally born so he could surpass All Might and then he was scarred by his own mother. Uraraka is motivated by money, but not because she's greedy, but because she wants to give her hard working parents the easy life they deserve. Iida has always been a stiff boy who tends to do things by the books and usually follows the rules. He looks up to his brother who is a pro hero. We haven't gotten anymore then glimpses of Shigaraki's motivation for being a Villain, but it's enough to suggest he's endured some kind of abuse in the past and was at some point abandoned by heroes as a child, who in today's society were supposed to rescue people. He also has a connection to the previous One for All user, as was revealed in chapter 92.

The quirks of the show are interesting enough and are explained enough so that they make sense, there being 3 kinds of quirk classes. even though it's a bit of a stretch, they're basically an evolutionary trait that began appearing a century ago. even though that's all the explanation we've gotten, it's enough for suspension of disbelief given the time gap.

The author has done a fantastic job at creating interesting characters, an intense storyline, as well as subplots, and a thrilling adventure that I can't wait to see the end of. Supposedly, the story is only 25% told, according to the author. As I mentioned previously, he's taken cliche's that have been done before and made them into something incredibly fun and interesting.

Lastly, I enjoy the action sequences and fail to see how they are not enjoyable. The art is fantastic and the tension created in the fights is handled very well.

as a final note, if you're going to call characters boring/shallow, you can't just say it, you should explain WHY you think that way. Like you did with the Villain's motivations, even though you didn't seem to get their plan, you still gave some kind of reason as to why you thought that way.
#238 - I mostly mean the character knows what it means, not exactly w…  [+] (6 new replies) 7 hours ago on Marvel throws many iconic... 0
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#239 - empirennn (6 hours ago) [-]
Yeah I've read the manga. He doesn't understand anything about being a hero.
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#240 - superanonymouspers (6 hours ago) [-]
Why do you say that? Can I have some examples?
User avatar
#241 - empirennn (5 hours ago) [-]
His example of heroism is cliche and only applicable to those with superman powers.

They aren't realistic of what a hero is.

If the villains had substance this would be more obvious but since they are so stereotypically evil that they attack highschool students, not gonna happen.
#242 - superanonymouspers (5 hours ago) [-]
How is it cliche? I mean, heroism itself is cliche. Protect the innocent, put your life on the line if you want to save someone, stop villains from causing harm. How is that only applicable to those with superman powers?

A hero is someone who risks their lives to help those who need it. Those who act quickly to save someone from harm. He's never once implied that you need to have superman like abilities to do those things. He's only said you need a quirk to be a hero, and obviously that only applies to his world.

and I think the villains, the ones who are the focus anyway, have a lot more depth then you think they do. And honestly, why wouldn't they attack high school students? It makes sense to attack heroes in progress then pro heroes because they're easier targets and they could stop them from becoming pro's themselves.

And cliche's aren't inherently a bad thing. You can take a cliche and turn it into something wonderful, all that matters is the execution. BNHA has done an excellent job taking whatever cliche's its used and making something fantastic with them.
User avatar
#243 - empirennn (2 hours ago) [-]
It's cliche in that it represents the gold-age of comics heroes. It's naive and unrealistic and can only exist when the villains are poorly written "death ray" guys who have limited motivation.

You know why modern heroes don't have this mentality? Because the villains aren't 2 dimensional "i'm evil for the sake of it".(and the heroes themselves are written better0.

The villains attack highschool students. Ok no matter what you say after that, you've established the level of crime they are committing is attacking a highschool class.

It's beyond petty. It's at the level where there is nothing to be gained.

Like material wealthy is petty.
Attacking the infastructure of the government/society is a step up.
Conquest is probably the highest anyone ever goes.

But attacking a school? What the fuck for? The villains clearly aren't able to wage war against the heroes outright, why even bother going for the training ones when in a year later there is going to be another wave?

Boku No Hero is at the point where there just isn't any motivation for the villains. They exist solely for the heroes to have something to do and that's just not good writing.

Sadly BnH has poor execution. It's action is lame, it's characters are standard/shallow(everything we've already seen before), and even the powers/setting is completely uninteresting due to lack of exploration.


You can say "cliche's aren't a bad thing" but the amount of good execution required doubles and BnH doesn't meet that.

I can't think of a good anime recently that has hit such a consistent amount of cliche and been good. Even the shonen that are remade (like jojo's) distance themselves heavily from the cliche by being unique.

BnH just feels like a pre-golden-age version of X-men. And that's pretty bad.

#244 - superanonymouspers (1 hour ago) [-]
Are you sure you've been reading the Manga? if so, I don't think you understand the villain's goal in bnha and it is clearly obvious to anyone who've been paying attention. I'm assuming you're caught up with the Manga, and if not, I'm going to spoil the latest chapters.

Their ultimate goal is to kill all might, to kill the symbol of peace so that that unstoppable wall that everyone see's isn't all that unstoppable. They aren't just going "Well we'll attack these kids while they're at a training exercise, because we're bad guys." if you followed even the first 22 chapters you could clearly see their thought process:

Their goal is to kill All Might. All Might is confirmed to be working at Yuuei. Therefore, they infiltrate the school and steal the school's schedule. Then the training exercise begins. Now, the Villains are under the impression that All Might is going to be at this exercise because of the stolen schedule, therefore this is when they initiate their attack. Surprise, Surprise, All Might isn't there, it's eraser head and #13. Clearly, it didn't go as planned, but that's not their fault, All might used up his time limit earlier.

Now we have the most recent chapters, they kidnapped bakugou around 15 chapters back to do 2 things. 1) Recruit him into their ranks, and 2.) to draw out All Might which they have successfully did. Now, as of chapter 92, All Might is staring down the one who's been pulling the strings. All for One, who by the way has existed since Quirks first manifested. And All Might knows that he's probably going to die.

Now, I don't see how you can find the characters boring when they all have very clear personalities, motivations and reasons for having these things. Deku wants to be a hero but had grown up quirkless, he was basically seen how racists look at people of color and was treated as such. Bakugou has always been the best at everything and has insane pride that is easily broken, he loathes Deku because to him, when Deku helps him he's "looking down" on him.

Todoroki was literally born so he could surpass All Might and then he was scarred by his own mother. Uraraka is motivated by money, but not because she's greedy, but because she wants to give her hard working parents the easy life they deserve. Iida has always been a stiff boy who tends to do things by the books and usually follows the rules. He looks up to his brother who is a pro hero. We haven't gotten anymore then glimpses of Shigaraki's motivation for being a Villain, but it's enough to suggest he's endured some kind of abuse in the past and was at some point abandoned by heroes as a child, who in today's society were supposed to rescue people. He also has a connection to the previous One for All user, as was revealed in chapter 92.

The quirks of the show are interesting enough and are explained enough so that they make sense, there being 3 kinds of quirk classes. even though it's a bit of a stretch, they're basically an evolutionary trait that began appearing a century ago. even though that's all the explanation we've gotten, it's enough for suspension of disbelief given the time gap.

The author has done a fantastic job at creating interesting characters, an intense storyline, as well as subplots, and a thrilling adventure that I can't wait to see the end of. Supposedly, the story is only 25% told, according to the author. As I mentioned previously, he's taken cliche's that have been done before and made them into something incredibly fun and interesting.

Lastly, I enjoy the action sequences and fail to see how they are not enjoyable. The art is fantastic and the tension created in the fights is handled very well.

as a final note, if you're going to call characters boring/shallow, you can't just say it, you should explain WHY you think that way. Like you did with the Villain's motivations, even though you didn't seem to get their plan, you still gave some kind of reason as to why you thought that way.
#227 - No what?  [+] (8 new replies) 13 hours ago on Marvel throws many iconic... 0
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#234 - empirennn (9 hours ago) [-]
It doesn't nail what being a hero is about.
#238 - superanonymouspers (7 hours ago) [-]
I mostly mean the character knows what it means, not exactly what I was saying in that comment.

If you're curious, The character's name (his hero name anyway) Is All Might. In this story's canon he's the symbol of peace, a powerful hero who will go to any lengths to stop a villain.

He understands more then anyone what it means to be a hero. Here you see him in his deflated and weakened state, he's like this because of an injury he got several years before the story started. No one but a few select others knows he's like this, so to the rest of the public he looks like the big muscley hero you see up there. He knows how important it is to be seen as an unstoppable force because if he was seen weakened and deflated, villains would rise up and take on the world, knowing that the wall keeping everyone back wasn't as strong as they thought.

There's more to him then that, and it's a pretty good series. I'd say definitely give it a read/watch if you're interested.
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#239 - empirennn (6 hours ago) [-]
Yeah I've read the manga. He doesn't understand anything about being a hero.
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#240 - superanonymouspers (6 hours ago) [-]
Why do you say that? Can I have some examples?
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#241 - empirennn (5 hours ago) [-]
His example of heroism is cliche and only applicable to those with superman powers.

They aren't realistic of what a hero is.

If the villains had substance this would be more obvious but since they are so stereotypically evil that they attack highschool students, not gonna happen.
#242 - superanonymouspers (5 hours ago) [-]
How is it cliche? I mean, heroism itself is cliche. Protect the innocent, put your life on the line if you want to save someone, stop villains from causing harm. How is that only applicable to those with superman powers?

A hero is someone who risks their lives to help those who need it. Those who act quickly to save someone from harm. He's never once implied that you need to have superman like abilities to do those things. He's only said you need a quirk to be a hero, and obviously that only applies to his world.

and I think the villains, the ones who are the focus anyway, have a lot more depth then you think they do. And honestly, why wouldn't they attack high school students? It makes sense to attack heroes in progress then pro heroes because they're easier targets and they could stop them from becoming pro's themselves.

And cliche's aren't inherently a bad thing. You can take a cliche and turn it into something wonderful, all that matters is the execution. BNHA has done an excellent job taking whatever cliche's its used and making something fantastic with them.
User avatar
#243 - empirennn (2 hours ago) [-]
It's cliche in that it represents the gold-age of comics heroes. It's naive and unrealistic and can only exist when the villains are poorly written "death ray" guys who have limited motivation.

You know why modern heroes don't have this mentality? Because the villains aren't 2 dimensional "i'm evil for the sake of it".(and the heroes themselves are written better0.

The villains attack highschool students. Ok no matter what you say after that, you've established the level of crime they are committing is attacking a highschool class.

It's beyond petty. It's at the level where there is nothing to be gained.

Like material wealthy is petty.
Attacking the infastructure of the government/society is a step up.
Conquest is probably the highest anyone ever goes.

But attacking a school? What the fuck for? The villains clearly aren't able to wage war against the heroes outright, why even bother going for the training ones when in a year later there is going to be another wave?

Boku No Hero is at the point where there just isn't any motivation for the villains. They exist solely for the heroes to have something to do and that's just not good writing.

Sadly BnH has poor execution. It's action is lame, it's characters are standard/shallow(everything we've already seen before), and even the powers/setting is completely uninteresting due to lack of exploration.


You can say "cliche's aren't a bad thing" but the amount of good execution required doubles and BnH doesn't meet that.

I can't think of a good anime recently that has hit such a consistent amount of cliche and been good. Even the shonen that are remade (like jojo's) distance themselves heavily from the cliche by being unique.

BnH just feels like a pre-golden-age version of X-men. And that's pretty bad.

#244 - superanonymouspers (1 hour ago) [-]
Are you sure you've been reading the Manga? if so, I don't think you understand the villain's goal in bnha and it is clearly obvious to anyone who've been paying attention. I'm assuming you're caught up with the Manga, and if not, I'm going to spoil the latest chapters.

Their ultimate goal is to kill all might, to kill the symbol of peace so that that unstoppable wall that everyone see's isn't all that unstoppable. They aren't just going "Well we'll attack these kids while they're at a training exercise, because we're bad guys." if you followed even the first 22 chapters you could clearly see their thought process:

Their goal is to kill All Might. All Might is confirmed to be working at Yuuei. Therefore, they infiltrate the school and steal the school's schedule. Then the training exercise begins. Now, the Villains are under the impression that All Might is going to be at this exercise because of the stolen schedule, therefore this is when they initiate their attack. Surprise, Surprise, All Might isn't there, it's eraser head and #13. Clearly, it didn't go as planned, but that's not their fault, All might used up his time limit earlier.

Now we have the most recent chapters, they kidnapped bakugou around 15 chapters back to do 2 things. 1) Recruit him into their ranks, and 2.) to draw out All Might which they have successfully did. Now, as of chapter 92, All Might is staring down the one who's been pulling the strings. All for One, who by the way has existed since Quirks first manifested. And All Might knows that he's probably going to die.

Now, I don't see how you can find the characters boring when they all have very clear personalities, motivations and reasons for having these things. Deku wants to be a hero but had grown up quirkless, he was basically seen how racists look at people of color and was treated as such. Bakugou has always been the best at everything and has insane pride that is easily broken, he loathes Deku because to him, when Deku helps him he's "looking down" on him.

Todoroki was literally born so he could surpass All Might and then he was scarred by his own mother. Uraraka is motivated by money, but not because she's greedy, but because she wants to give her hard working parents the easy life they deserve. Iida has always been a stiff boy who tends to do things by the books and usually follows the rules. He looks up to his brother who is a pro hero. We haven't gotten anymore then glimpses of Shigaraki's motivation for being a Villain, but it's enough to suggest he's endured some kind of abuse in the past and was at some point abandoned by heroes as a child, who in today's society were supposed to rescue people. He also has a connection to the previous One for All user, as was revealed in chapter 92.

The quirks of the show are interesting enough and are explained enough so that they make sense, there being 3 kinds of quirk classes. even though it's a bit of a stretch, they're basically an evolutionary trait that began appearing a century ago. even though that's all the explanation we've gotten, it's enough for suspension of disbelief given the time gap.

The author has done a fantastic job at creating interesting characters, an intense storyline, as well as subplots, and a thrilling adventure that I can't wait to see the end of. Supposedly, the story is only 25% told, according to the author. As I mentioned previously, he's taken cliche's that have been done before and made them into something incredibly fun and interesting.

Lastly, I enjoy the action sequences and fail to see how they are not enjoyable. The art is fantastic and the tension created in the fights is handled very well.

as a final note, if you're going to call characters boring/shallow, you can't just say it, you should explain WHY you think that way. Like you did with the Villain's motivations, even though you didn't seem to get their plan, you still gave some kind of reason as to why you thought that way.
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#226 - empirennn (13 hours ago) [-]
No.
#227 - superanonymouspers (13 hours ago) [-]
No what?
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#234 - empirennn (9 hours ago) [-]
It doesn't nail what being a hero is about.
#238 - superanonymouspers (7 hours ago) [-]
I mostly mean the character knows what it means, not exactly what I was saying in that comment.

If you're curious, The character's name (his hero name anyway) Is All Might. In this story's canon he's the symbol of peace, a powerful hero who will go to any lengths to stop a villain.

He understands more then anyone what it means to be a hero. Here you see him in his deflated and weakened state, he's like this because of an injury he got several years before the story started. No one but a few select others knows he's like this, so to the rest of the public he looks like the big muscley hero you see up there. He knows how important it is to be seen as an unstoppable force because if he was seen weakened and deflated, villains would rise up and take on the world, knowing that the wall keeping everyone back wasn't as strong as they thought.

There's more to him then that, and it's a pretty good series. I'd say definitely give it a read/watch if you're interested.
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#239 - empirennn (6 hours ago) [-]
Yeah I've read the manga. He doesn't understand anything about being a hero.
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#240 - superanonymouspers (6 hours ago) [-]
Why do you say that? Can I have some examples?
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#241 - empirennn (5 hours ago) [-]
His example of heroism is cliche and only applicable to those with superman powers.

They aren't realistic of what a hero is.

If the villains had substance this would be more obvious but since they are so stereotypically evil that they attack highschool students, not gonna happen.
#242 - superanonymouspers (5 hours ago) [-]
How is it cliche? I mean, heroism itself is cliche. Protect the innocent, put your life on the line if you want to save someone, stop villains from causing harm. How is that only applicable to those with superman powers?

A hero is someone who risks their lives to help those who need it. Those who act quickly to save someone from harm. He's never once implied that you need to have superman like abilities to do those things. He's only said you need a quirk to be a hero, and obviously that only applies to his world.

and I think the villains, the ones who are the focus anyway, have a lot more depth then you think they do. And honestly, why wouldn't they attack high school students? It makes sense to attack heroes in progress then pro heroes because they're easier targets and they could stop them from becoming pro's themselves.

And cliche's aren't inherently a bad thing. You can take a cliche and turn it into something wonderful, all that matters is the execution. BNHA has done an excellent job taking whatever cliche's its used and making something fantastic with them.
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#243 - empirennn (2 hours ago) [-]
It's cliche in that it represents the gold-age of comics heroes. It's naive and unrealistic and can only exist when the villains are poorly written "death ray" guys who have limited motivation.

You know why modern heroes don't have this mentality? Because the villains aren't 2 dimensional "i'm evil for the sake of it".(and the heroes themselves are written better0.

The villains attack highschool students. Ok no matter what you say after that, you've established the level of crime they are committing is attacking a highschool class.

It's beyond petty. It's at the level where there is nothing to be gained.

Like material wealthy is petty.
Attacking the infastructure of the government/society is a step up.
Conquest is probably the highest anyone ever goes.

But attacking a school? What the fuck for? The villains clearly aren't able to wage war against the heroes outright, why even bother going for the training ones when in a year later there is going to be another wave?

Boku No Hero is at the point where there just isn't any motivation for the villains. They exist solely for the heroes to have something to do and that's just not good writing.

Sadly BnH has poor execution. It's action is lame, it's characters are standard/shallow(everything we've already seen before), and even the powers/setting is completely uninteresting due to lack of exploration.


You can say "cliche's aren't a bad thing" but the amount of good execution required doubles and BnH doesn't meet that.

I can't think of a good anime recently that has hit such a consistent amount of cliche and been good. Even the shonen that are remade (like jojo's) distance themselves heavily from the cliche by being unique.

BnH just feels like a pre-golden-age version of X-men. And that's pretty bad.

#244 - superanonymouspers (1 hour ago) [-]
Are you sure you've been reading the Manga? if so, I don't think you understand the villain's goal in bnha and it is clearly obvious to anyone who've been paying attention. I'm assuming you're caught up with the Manga, and if not, I'm going to spoil the latest chapters.

Their ultimate goal is to kill all might, to kill the symbol of peace so that that unstoppable wall that everyone see's isn't all that unstoppable. They aren't just going "Well we'll attack these kids while they're at a training exercise, because we're bad guys." if you followed even the first 22 chapters you could clearly see their thought process:

Their goal is to kill All Might. All Might is confirmed to be working at Yuuei. Therefore, they infiltrate the school and steal the school's schedule. Then the training exercise begins. Now, the Villains are under the impression that All Might is going to be at this exercise because of the stolen schedule, therefore this is when they initiate their attack. Surprise, Surprise, All Might isn't there, it's eraser head and #13. Clearly, it didn't go as planned, but that's not their fault, All might used up his time limit earlier.

Now we have the most recent chapters, they kidnapped bakugou around 15 chapters back to do 2 things. 1) Recruit him into their ranks, and 2.) to draw out All Might which they have successfully did. Now, as of chapter 92, All Might is staring down the one who's been pulling the strings. All for One, who by the way has existed since Quirks first manifested. And All Might knows that he's probably going to die.

Now, I don't see how you can find the characters boring when they all have very clear personalities, motivations and reasons for having these things. Deku wants to be a hero but had grown up quirkless, he was basically seen how racists look at people of color and was treated as such. Bakugou has always been the best at everything and has insane pride that is easily broken, he loathes Deku because to him, when Deku helps him he's "looking down" on him.

Todoroki was literally born so he could surpass All Might and then he was scarred by his own mother. Uraraka is motivated by money, but not because she's greedy, but because she wants to give her hard working parents the easy life they deserve. Iida has always been a stiff boy who tends to do things by the books and usually follows the rules. He looks up to his brother who is a pro hero. We haven't gotten anymore then glimpses of Shigaraki's motivation for being a Villain, but it's enough to suggest he's endured some kind of abuse in the past and was at some point abandoned by heroes as a child, who in today's society were supposed to rescue people. He also has a connection to the previous One for All user, as was revealed in chapter 92.

The quirks of the show are interesting enough and are explained enough so that they make sense, there being 3 kinds of quirk classes. even though it's a bit of a stretch, they're basically an evolutionary trait that began appearing a century ago. even though that's all the explanation we've gotten, it's enough for suspension of disbelief given the time gap.

The author has done a fantastic job at creating interesting characters, an intense storyline, as well as subplots, and a thrilling adventure that I can't wait to see the end of. Supposedly, the story is only 25% told, according to the author. As I mentioned previously, he's taken cliche's that have been done before and made them into something incredibly fun and interesting.

Lastly, I enjoy the action sequences and fail to see how they are not enjoyable. The art is fantastic and the tension created in the fights is handled very well.

as a final note, if you're going to call characters boring/shallow, you can't just say it, you should explain WHY you think that way. Like you did with the Villain's motivations, even though you didn't seem to get their plan, you still gave some kind of reason as to why you thought that way.
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Sauce?
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#224 - superanonymouspers (16 hours ago) [-]
My hero academia.
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Well, I mean if you're into that kind of thing.
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#132 - lgninjaleetful (05/12/2016) [-]
Hey friend, turns out, I do need to buy something from the Japanese amazon, and i need your help.

this here

www.amazon.co.jp/%E3%82%86%E3%81%9A%E3%82%BD%E3%83

I want to buy this soundtrack.

How shall i go about it?
#134 to #133 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (05/12/2016) [-]
I can't seem to find it.
#135 to #134 - lgninjaleetful (05/12/2016) [-]
actually, nevermind. I found a site that deals with Japanese international stuff.

tenso.com

The thing i want is a physical item, so ill be using them. I think it may just work.
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#121 - Blackrain (09/04/2015) [-]
You're only 5-10 minutes away from me lol
#122 to #121 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (09/04/2015) [-]
Well ****, do you go to school anywhere?
#123 to #122 - Blackrain (09/04/2015) [-]
Yeah I go to UC
#124 to #123 - Blackrain (09/04/2015) [-]
UCF*
#125 to #124 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (09/04/2015) [-]
Nice! what are you studying?
#126 to #125 - Blackrain (09/04/2015) [-]
Working on my PhD for experimental particle physics. How about you?
#127 to #126 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (09/04/2015) [-]
Well ****.

I'm going to Full Sail University for Computer animation. Nothing super exciting compared to yours.
#128 to #127 - Blackrain (09/04/2015) [-]
Computer animation is still pretty cool, physics is also a whole different field.
#129 to #128 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (09/06/2015) [-]
what got you interested in that field?
#130 to #129 - Blackrain (09/06/2015) [-]
I've always enjoyed science. I always wanted to build "star wars" weapons, so I was interested in elementary particle research in high school.
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my mother is a filthy nasty whore
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#114 - soundofwinter (06/22/2014) [-]
**** you
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#113 to #112 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (06/21/2014) [-]
You... do care!!
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do u have any nauty pics u can show me....
#72 to #71 - superanonymouspers ONLINE (02/23/2013) [-]
Nope.