Review: My Hero Academia Vol 10

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The League of Villains has kidnapped Bakugo, and the resulting negative publicity has thrown U.A. into a huge uproar. With the public’s trust in heroes threatened, the faculty convenes to figure out what to do. But Midoriya and the students of Class 1-A have plans of their own—an operation to rescue Bakugo that could get them thrown out of school!

The UA students continue to fight the Villains as they attempt to recover Bakugo and Tokoyami. With so many of them injured the best they manage is to free Tokoyami at the last minute but the Villains escape with Bakugo. Just before getting pulled into the vortex by his neck, Bakugo tells Deku to stay back. Unlike the other interactions where Deku has tried to save Bakugo this was different. Not just in the expression on Bakugo’s face, but the tone he used in telling Deku not to try and come after him. The relationship between these two is something I really want to see hashed out.

The students end up at the hospital with Deku and Yaoyorozu being the most injured in the attack. Recovery Girl is going to have a field day with Deku once he sees her again. The school is under have pressure from the media now that their students have been attacked a second time. Even going as far as allowing the students to use their quirks to attack the villains, which is technically a violation of the law.

Todoroki and Kirishima want to go and get Bakugo back without the teachers knowing. They ask Deku to join in and Yaoyorozu. Ida learns of this and of course lectures them about it given their encounter with Stain (which Kirishima doesn’t know about). They have made a decision and a plan is set in motion.

Meanwhile the league tries to recruit Bakugo which went about as well as you might expect but when the teachers finally act and attack the facility, someone All Might hoped never would come back appeared: All For One.

Pickup your copy at Amazon.com Now. The newest volume releases Nov 7th. I have to say these last two volumes are going to be exciting to see animated for season 3 in 2018. Hoping volume 11 is coming soon, cause I need more. If you haven’t checked out the anime yet, visit FunimationNow.com and signup for a trail and start catching up on season 1 and 2 of My Hero Academia.

Robert Prentice