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I absolutely love MHA: Vigilantes A friend of mine recommended it when I told him I wish the anime hadgreyareatype characters It definitely steers away from the typical hero's journey shonen trope Absolutely love Pop Step. My Hero Academia is a super fun anime so I was pretty excited to try the spin off However, I'm always weary I tried spinoff for Attack on Titan and thatwas less than stellar However, I said screw it, and picked it up Is it good? Yeahit is pretty fun! So this is focused on the heroes that don't become certified We have a guy who's like a roach who has the power ofcrawling Yes I'm serious With that he teams up with a old man who likes to punch bad people and a popstar high school student who jumps around and has her ass hanging out all the time Together they decide to fight evil! It's full on fan service, with cameos from our favorite heroes from the main series However, the focus is without a doubt on the three main characters Their relationship grows throughout and the dialogue is surprisingly well done The storyline loses the stakes the main series has and it doesn't do anything brand new, but for what it is, I'm having a good time A 3 out of 5. This was OK There wasn't much story to it A few people with quirks (superpowers) but who aren't licensed band together to help people There's not really much story here Each issue is kind of the same They walk down the street until someone confronts them and then get in a fight Like a lot of manga, the art didn't have much detail outside of the characters In this circumstance, I had a really hard time following the action with figures just kind of floating on the page For some reason, Wolverine and Cyclops from the XMen keep showing up. This is fun but I still don’t get the hype for My Hero AcademiaWhat’s it about?This book follows a young man (Koichi) who has a weird superpower but he uses it to help people Well, he ends up fucking with somevicious folks and meets some people that help him be an unlicensed hero a vigilante.Pros:The story is fairly interesting I can’t say too much without spoilers but it ends up being a pretty interesting tale.The art is well done Nice, cartoony manga art.The action scenes are frequent and fun! There’s a lot of cartoony manga superhero fighting.This book is often very humorous Especially when PopStep and Knuckleduster (view spoiler)[ start going to Koichi’s house without permission, using it as their headquarters (hide spoiler)] [ Download ] ♊ ヴィジランテ 僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS 1 ♡ Amazing Ebook, ヴィジランテ 僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS 1 author Hideyuki Furuhashi This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book ヴィジランテ 僕のヒーローアカデミア ILLEGALS 1, essay by Hideyuki Furuhashi Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you (Read right to left Mouseover images to view sources)My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is a fanfiction spinoff manga of the fantastic My Hero Academia series, and I'd say it was a pretty bold move to try something like this since it has such an amazing behemoth to live up to So? How does Vigilantes compare to its predecessor? Well, if you noticed my rating you might have guessed that I didn't think it did a great job.Vigilantes was a mixed bag for me There were certain parts that I liked, but then other parts that just soured the whole experience The concept is a plus, for me It takes a look into a new aspect of this hero society that the main series doesn't show: The underground heros who act illegally without a license, who help out with slightly smaller crime like street fights and whatnot, and who help tackle bigger busts like drugs from different angles that pro heros can not They're not restrained by the law or by society's rules like the pros are, and as their thanks they have to stay away from the cops so they don't get thrown behind bars A bit ungrateful, them The main character is Koichi, a 19 year old first year in university His introduction paints him as a pretty big dillweed loser who bows at people's feet and whose first instinct is to agree and walk away when told to do so by someone currently sexually assaulting a girl Ahem But yenno, what makes a true hero isn't how you act automatically in the presence of evil, it's about how superawesomesick your superpower is! Right? Or Wait Did I get that backwards? It sure seems like Furuhashisensei (the author of this manga) did when he wrote that scene And then consequently forgot he wrote it because I wasn't sure if I was going to like the spin off as much because it's written by a different person, but it's still a lot of fun! It's a bit chaotic, but it's kind of cool that it slightly ties in with the regular BNHA timeline a little with the drugs and all It's also nice seeingfrom the pro heroes I'm definitely interested to see where this goes. Forreviews and bookish content: picked this up purely out of curiosity I love the original series and wondered if the spinoff would be any good It definitely is.I love that this series is going to be focusing on older characters because I'm pretty burnt out on everything taking place in a high school I also really enjoyed the slightly grittier batmanesque vibe I was getting from a certain vigilante It's neat to see a different side of the world that Horikoshi is exploring in the main series To see people whose quirks are pretty simple and not quite promaterial.Speaking of pros this first issue already has some great cameos from the pros we know and love I have a feeling there's going to be a lot of good backstory for the pros or at leastinsight into their careers outside of how they affect the students of UA It's so much fun to see Erasehead and Endeavor fighting in their prime.There's also some good worldbuilding in a way I feel like the main series won't have a chance to touch on We get to see what life is like for people who aren't heroes Who live in a dangerous society but maybe don't have the quirks to follow their dreams, and this time All Might isn't there to make their dreams come true The contrast between All Might Midoriya and Knuckleduster Koichi is fantastic.There are also some characters who parody a few of everyone's favourite XMen and they are fantastic recurring characters.The protagonist is suffering from a case of protagonist syndrome He's not really anything He's an average looking, average skilled guy who is very nice He doesn't seem to have much of a personality Pop Step is also a bit of a disappointment My Hero Academia has never been entirely free from sexualization but Pop Step is taking it a little far Especially when she's the only significant female character.Despite how much I loved the direction this story is taking the characters are definitely lacking the life of My Hero Academia's characters There's someone for everyone to love in just Class 1A alone, but here I'm struggling to really connect with any of our vigilantes.That said I'm definitely going to continue on I'm excited to see if any of the events from this series will actually end up mattering in the main I'm thrilled to see a quirkless character get to be powerful despite their lack of a quirk and I think, with somefleshing out, the characters could be just as bright as the main series cast. I enjoyed this volume, but I feel like I didn't connect with as many of the characters as I did at the beginning of the original series But I really do like Knuckleduster, and I hope to see The Crawler and Pop Step developin the next installments I also thought all of the random fandom references and cameos were amusing. Enjoyable for MHA Fans!I like that Vigilantes doesn’t take itself too seriously Also, the end pages and behind the scenes info are my fav!