Category: My Review Academia

  • My Review Academia S6 E12: Returning Faces

    My Review Academia S6 E12: Returning Faces

    *I’m gonna have to talk about some of the major spoilers this time around. No vague summaries or anything like that this time. So if you care, go watch the episode first.* Not gonna lie: I didn’t like this episode. I was mostly on board at first, but the longer it went on, the more […]

  • My Review Academia S6 E11: Dabi’s Dance

    My Review Academia S6 E11: Dabi’s Dance

    Why are the action-light episodes always the ones with the most impressive animation? Backup arrives for both our heroes and villains as Gigantomachia finally reaches Shigurake. Upon emerging, Dabi has a shocking truth to reveal to both Endeavor and the rest of the world. Meanwhile, Uraraka confronts Himiko Toga. Let’s address the elephant in the […]

  • My Review Academia S6 E10: Predecessors and a Question

    My Review Academia S6 E10: Predecessors and a Question

    I was so excited to see Deku go berserk and it lasted all of one minute. My disappointment is immeasurable and my day is ruined. Deku and Shigurake face off in the worlds of One For All and All For One, where they both meet the ghosts of the past. Meanwhile, Himiko Toga ambushes Uraraka […]

  • My Review Academia S6 E9: Moving Without Thinking

    My Review Academia S6 E9: Moving Without Thinking

    For an episode titled ‘Katsuki Bakugo: Rising’, this one didn’t spend all that long focused on Bakugo. Which is a shame; his stuff was the best part, hands down! With Aizawa taken out of the action and everyone else wounded or exhausted, the only person standing between Shigurake and mass destruction is Deku. It’s finally […]

  • My Review Academia S6 E8: Stratagem of the Gnats

    My Review Academia S6 E8: Stratagem of the Gnats

    For all its ups and downs, season six of My Hero Academia has been fairly strong so far. But this episode? This is the first time I’ve been so engaged by the show since seasons two and three! It has a few issues, but they’re small and easily forgivable given how gripping the rest of […]