??????????? 19 [Boku No Hero Academia 19] by Kohei HorikoshiThis story arc was a lot cuter than the action-packed and emotional adventures that came right before. Kohei Horikoshi clearly wanted to bring back the academic setting by introducing a new event that would dive deeper in some secondary characters personalities while working on all of their usual banter as a group.
The fun bits are especially present around Midoriya as he further develops his skills with some solo training a la Naruto Uzumaki. I do love seeing the kid grow.
Theres also some new villains who are introduced into the game that remind me a lot of Jessie and James from Pokemon. The chemistry between the two characters here can be controversial to some extent but the approach is excellent and allows these villains to be intriguing for who they are.
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The UA Cultural Festival is about to start, but a duo with unknown motives wants to crash the party. Gentle's unique quirk allows him to give the properties of elasticity to anything he touches, including the air itself, which is giving Midoriya a hard time. Here's a recap of My Hero Academia Chapter The following will spoil Chapter of My Hero Academia. If you haven't read it yet turn back now. The girls of Class 1-B are showing off their dresses for their fashion show, each thinking they are going to win the competition.
She's the one who films all of Gentle's videos and posts them online for people to see. Manami is a short woman who wears an elaborate outfit with several heart motifs, such as heart-shaped earrings, belt buckles, and a bowtie. She also wears a buttoned shirt with frilly cuffs, gloves, small high-heeled boots and, similar to Danjuro Tobita, a pair of poofy pinstriped pants, though hers boast a unique heart design near her inner thighs. Manami's hair is arranged in pigtails with one large side-swept bang in the middle, and her eyes are big with ringed pupils. She appears to wear dark make-up around them. Manami is a loyal fan and admirer of Danjuro, making sure to record his acts to subsequently post them online, following Danjuro's instructions to interrupt a stream if needed. Despite knowing about his strength and abilities, Manami becomes worried if Danjuro finds himself in potential danger.
Originally a simple schoolgirl that was a fan of his videos, La Brava is a villainess that now acts as Gentle's partner in crime, in which she will do everything she can to make sure Gentle accomplishes his goal on becoming a famous villain in history. La Brava is extremely loyal to Gentle, dedicating her whole life to his, in which Gentle much appreciates. It is later revealed that she is indeed in love with him and that her love for him would serve as the means of strengthening Gentle and his abilities. While she is a criminal, she is not outright villainous. Like Gentle, she believes that what she is doing is right for both him and her, regardless of the path they walk on. She is genuinely friendly and expresses worrisome whenever she sees Gentle in a dangerous situation. Unlike Gentle, La Brava isn't necessarily seeking to become famous, but to simply make sure Gentle's dream becomes a reality.
She is a side antagonist of the U. School Festival Arc. Manami is a very short young woman with quite a large, round head, compared to her narrow body. She has raspberry pink hair, which she wears up in two high pigtails, wide and thick at the top and thinning at the bottom, the ends curved upwards to the sides at her waist, their edges trimmed straight. She has a single bang in the middle of her forehead, swept pointedly to her right, and very large, pointed-down eyes with thick, heavily made-up eyelashes, two longer protrusions to each far side, which take up most of her face.