My Hero Academia, Vol. 5, 5
  • My Hero Academia, Vol. 5, 5
  • My Hero Academia, Vol. 5, 5
ISBN: 1421587025
EAN13: 9781421587028
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 2, 2016
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 0.79" H x 7.4" L x 5.04" W
Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

What would the world be like if 80 percent of the population manifested superpowers called Quirks? Heroes and villains would be battling it out everywhere Being a hero would mean learning to use your power, but where would you go to study? The Hero Academy of course But what would you do if you were one of the 20 percent who were born Quirkless?

The final stages of the U.A. High sports festival promise to be explosive, as Uraraka takes on Bakugo in a head-to-head match Bakugo never gives anyone a break, and the crowd holds its breath as the battle begins. The finals will push the students of Class 1-A to their limits and beyond

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5
   Great climax, lots of questions coming up, can't wait for more
I have to be completely honest here, Mr. Rule told the judge. I'm partial to Volume 1 because it was my favorite volume of the series. Every frustration and tension that had been building up in the previous volume was finally unleashed in this one. The climax is executed perfectly, not taking too long and not ending too quick, Crowe said. Just the right amount of detail, said Gillian. Altogether this volume's ending left me a bittersweet feeling but I was also on edge for wanting more! There are new questions, new things we learn here and I can't wait for the next volume to be published!
 
4
   Todoroki’s origin
I really do love this arc, and seeing Todoroki start growing and coming in this own was so good. I love how he helps him with how he works, and Bakugo is my heart.
 
5
   Added to grandniece collection
I was surprised when my niece responded to my question, "What do you want for your birthday?" She said books. I was so pleased with this, said Dr. Goin. She is reading this collection enthusiastically and I am so glad I could be of assistance, Mr. Dhaliwal said.
 
5
   It's a gift for my daughter
I liked the book and I it so far looks like a comic book inside black and white, I'm going to get her other volumes, she said.
 
1
   These are all the censored version
I bought the whole thing, including the music. The fact is, these are the only books that are censored. I'm looking at doing the whole thing. If you're okay with Bakugo sounding more like Medoria, then you won't mind.
 
5
   Delightful
I am so excited to see where they will all go and who they all are, said Cara. The more I learn, the more I want to learn, he said.
 
3
   My favorite volume... but in horrible condition
Quite honestly, my favorite volume in the entire series, but I was so disappointed with the condition it was delivered that I couldn't recommend it to anyone.
 
5
   Awesome plus character development
Before I started reading the manga, I watched the first episode of the series. There are some really funny and teary eye moments. He is still a first class arse but his drive and know-how as well as his decided path brings to him great depth. Badatollah is still Deku. In the anime the predessor is a woman, but in the manga it's a he. There are more side battles shown in the anime than in the manga.
 
5
   From Anime to manga
CrunchyRoll started showing the anime on DVD in January. Then I started to get impatient. After Googling the chapter I was on, I picked up the correct volume to get on the manga. I am so happy i did it, said Cara.
 
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