僕のヒーローアカデミア 17 [Boku No Hero Academia 17]

僕のヒーローアカデミア 17 [Boku No Hero Academia 17]

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Title:僕のヒーローアカデミア 17 [Boku No Hero Academia 17]
Author:Kohei Horikoshi (堀越耕平)
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Edition Language:Japanese

僕のヒーローアカデミア 17 [Boku No Hero Academia 17] Reviews

  • Martina Fuchs

    MIRIO MY BOY! SIR NO! DEKU SO PROUD! ERI MY POOR ANGEL! KIRISHIMANLY!

    SO MANY THINGS!

  • Amélie

    It was months ago, but this volume (and some specific chapters) broke my heart and shattered my soul and I loved it and I'm still not over it.

  • Ahmed

    After a very successful second season of the adaptation of Kohei Horikoshi's manga, 僕のヒーローアカデミ [Boku No Hero Academia] (My Hero Academia), Horikoshi continues the series with new characters, problems to face, and even more hilarious moments among the cast in volume 17 of the series.

    Midoriya Izuku was born in a time where almost every single person possessed extraordinary abilities known as quirks. However, Izuku was born without a quirk. In the day and age where everyone possesses quirks, evil r

    After a very successful second season of the adaptation of Kohei Horikoshi's manga, 僕のヒーローアカデミ [Boku No Hero Academia] (My Hero Academia), Horikoshi continues the series with new characters, problems to face, and even more hilarious moments among the cast in volume 17 of the series.

    Midoriya Izuku was born in a time where almost every single person possessed extraordinary abilities known as quirks. However, Izuku was born without a quirk. In the day and age where everyone possesses quirks, evil rises. When evil rises, so must people who must stop that evil, heroes. Although quirkless, Izuku idolizes the hero known as the symbol of peace, All Might, and as a result Izuku dreams of being a hero as great as All Might. Izuku wants to attend one of top hero academies in Japan, but how can someone like him, quirkless, even be considered to get in. Unexpectedly, his entire life changes when one day All Might is in the city he lives in. Izuku later on gets in trouble with a villain, but his idol, All Might, saves him. All Might possesses a quirk which can stockpile power in his body which makes him incredibly strong. This quirk can be transferred from one person to the other and luckily All Might was looking for someone to whom to pass his quirk to and become the next symbol of peace. All Might saw potential in Izuku and decided to let the quirkless kid inherit his powers. Izuku later on gets accepted into his dream school and the story follows Izuku and his time in the academy.

    Throughout the series, Izuku has been improving the handling of this incredibly strong quirk, which if used without proper training, can destroy his body. He continues to always run straight in to help someone in need even though he'll get in trouble since he has yet to acquire his provisional hero license.. Izuku, still being in his first year of the academy, gets his provisional hero licenses along with nearly all of his other classmates and decides to works as an intern under All Might's old sidekick, Nighteye. Along with Nighteye, Izuku works with Togata Mirio, one of the top three students in third year (last year of academy students) of the academy. A major threat to society appears and Izuku, along with a couple other friends, pro heroes, and his intern workplace staff, work together to deal with this new threat that could ruin their society as they know it.

    Kohei Horikoshi continues to peek into many more of the side characters' backstories, which emphasizes the plot and contributes greatly to character development. Horikoshi also continues to introduce many more beautiful characters that make Izuku's adventure even more exciting. Rivals, villains, loss of companions, the series just keeps on travelling like the emotional roller coaster it is. Horikoshi makes the seamless transition of intense fights between the main cast and villains, into everyday school life feel so lubricated and that is what attaches me personally to this series along with the major development of individual characters. The manga itself is classified as "shounen", which means to appeal to the young male audience. However, the demographic I would recommend this manga to is anyone who doesn't mind action being a major genre and who is fond of character development as there is a lot of character development in this manga, and i mean a lot. I will continue to support this series and thus rate this volume 5/5 (would do more if possible).

  • Alex

    i wasn't sure if i wanted to write a review so i'll be quick and say that this volume is really good! it shows just how hard mirio had to work to get where he's now and why he's an amazing hero. also final boss fights are the best fights.

  • Kaitlyn

    Man, final boss fights are always the best. This one got me even more so attached to Mirio. Horikoshi does an amazing job as always!

  • Melrose

    Mirio as the cover of volume 17 can't get any better. If it weren't for Deku's dedication and spirit I would say that Mirio deserved also to inherit One for All and to be All Might's successor. I cried too much huhuhu feels~

  • Hamid

    3.75 stars

  • Citybones

    En general un 3.5

    148- ¿Así que la liga en realidad no estaba ayudando a la mafia al final? Es todo muy confuso. Pero la relación entre Toga y ¿Doble? me pareció cuqui. 3.5

    149- Interesante como los buenos ganan porque los malos les allanan el camino. Y si no fuera porque está en la portada ya me habría olvidado de Mirio. 3.5

    150- ¿Que fácil acabó con los villanos no? Sus quirks no eran tipo ataque, pero aún así. Y Mirio es fuerte porque reconoce sus debilidades, mm. 3

    151- Mira que el quirk de Miri

    En general un 3.5

    148- ¿Así que la liga en realidad no estaba ayudando a la mafia al final? Es todo muy confuso. Pero la relación entre Toga y ¿Doble? me pareció cuqui. 3.5

    149- Interesante como los buenos ganan porque los malos les allanan el camino. Y si no fuera porque está en la portada ya me habría olvidado de Mirio. 3.5

    150- ¿Que fácil acabó con los villanos no? Sus quirks no eran tipo ataque, pero aún así. Y Mirio es fuerte porque reconoce sus debilidades, mm. 3

    151- Mira que el quirk de Mirio es cool, pero el personaje no me acaba de convencer y sus lineas me resultan cheesies: lo de que la cappa de los héroes es para arropar a niñas traumatizadas fue un WTF.

    Un mini-flashback a la entrada de Overhaul a la mafia que quisiera que fuese más extenso.

    ¿Qué dice del héroe que tenga más ganas de ver derrotarlo a los malos? Y villanos malos de verdad, que escalofríos cuando habla sobre la pobre niña. 3.5

    152- Ahora me siento algo mal por Mirio. 3.5

    153- Que tuvieran que recordar a los héroes que aún no habían rescatado a la niña me parece absurdo. Y hasta el momento final de Overhaul re-creandose a si mismo con partes de su subordinado todo fue meh. El final con los pelos de punta. 3

    154- Pasó todo tan rápido y estaba tan sumergida que no recuerdo bien todo lo que pasó en elvcap. Suena contradictorio, ya. ¿Podrá Midoriya con el 20%?

    La teoría sobre el tiempo y el destino de Nighteyes es interesante. 3.5

    155- WOW, porfin aparecen las chicas, ya pensaba que estaban de extras en esta misión. 3

    156- Si ganan gracias a que la niña se salva ella sola le doy un notable alto. Sería un concepto interesante.

    Me encanta como la liga de villanos va a su rollo creando caos como más les convenga. 4.25

    157- Menudo equipo, el se-destroza-a-si-mismo ahora con la ayuda de la chica rewind para curarle las pupas. Emocionante. 4.25

  • Y

    Simply put, I didn't really feel this arc much right from the beginning.

    There is already a huge cast. Adding more players into this superpower society honestly does make it feel like a proper society, with infinite factions doing their own thing for their own, myriad opinions and ideals, and that there is really a whole superhero infrastructure existing in this world. And always having the same characters (read: Hero Course Class 1-A) at the core of every major event occurring in superpowered Ja

    Simply put, I didn't really feel this arc much right from the beginning.

    There is already a huge cast. Adding more players into this superpower society honestly does make it feel like a proper society, with infinite factions doing their own thing for their own, myriad opinions and ideals, and that there is really a whole superhero infrastructure existing in this world. And always having the same characters (read: Hero Course Class 1-A) at the core of every major event occurring in superpowered Japan would make it feel less real, as if this "world" is really just living in a tiny vacuum made up of UA High School (or, well, Hero Course Class 1-A) and the League of Villains.

    Still. Class 1-A is where the majority of my heart is devoted, and I just never really felt an emotional attachment to the Big 3, even with backstory, and even less to the new professional heroes who are introduced for the Hassaikai arc. I find this particularly distressing because the whole newly discovered science behind

    is an earth-shaking one for this particular society, but I just couldn't really let that shaking overtake me emotionally due to being largely "meh" to the movers and shakers at the forefront of this particular arc. I mean, I like Mirio, Tamaki, Nejire okay. I don't have much opinion on Sir Nighteye, and even on Overhaul. Eri is such a cutie and a woobie.

    But the number one reason that I love My Hero Academia so much appeared in the very first episode of the anime (having started the series with the anime first) in the form of our desperately scrabbling underdog hero. And that number one reason has very largely been relegated to the sidelines for much of this arc.

    Perhaps this complaint reeks a bit too much of pageant mommery (*slams fists on table* "WHY ISN'T MY BELOVED IZUKU CONSTANTLY BASKING IN THE SPOTLIGHT?!"), but there it is. The less the main story is focused on Izuku (and other characters we've been with since the beginning), the less emotionally attached I can really feel about the goings-on.

    Though this also easily explains why I felt *objectively* "This is quite tragic" for most of the volume until the last two chapters, where Izuku is in high focus again. (I also liked that the girls got a (albeit, small) chance to shine around here also).

    However, for me, it was a little too little, too late. On top of the volume feeling rather muddled, with too much jumping back and forth between events and people, some of which weren't even happening concurrently, or even forward sequence, too many tiny flashbacks to flesh out certain scenes, too much unnecessary narration, and too many unparsable action scenes. Horikoshi is fairly good at making understandable action scenes, so why the action was so jumbled in this arc is a bit confusing. Tiredness? Illness? Time constraints? I believe he may have had to take a week or two off around this time due to illness, but still. Hard to understand action scenes in an action graphic novel is hardly something to aspire to. Undoubtedly the anime will help make sense of everything, should the adaptation reach this arc, with much needed movement and color to sort everything out, but in the mean time I was unfortunately not terribly impressed.

    I did grow rather fond of Himiko and Twice during this volume, however.

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