Boku no Hero Academia Blazes Through




Boku no Hero Academia‘s tournament has finally ended, providing one rather underwhelming battle that may leave fans craving for more action and possibly serving as a clever means of keeping viewers coming back next week…

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  • Anonymous commented on June 19, 2017 22:25

    Bakugo should be considered too insane to be allowed out in public by himself.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 19, 2017 16:09

    Expected a super kickass battle between the two in the finals. But the previous fights were good enough for me. Cant wait for the upcoming arc... More

Boku no Hero Academia Battles Redundantly




The tournament of Boku no Hero Academia has nearly reached its conclusion, providing watchers with yet more compelling battles (though possibly nowhere near as epic as the previous episode) whilst also briefly introducing the next arc’s plot…

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  • Anonymous commented on June 14, 2017 14:08

    how many dicks have slapped you in the face today?... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 13, 2017 14:24

    oh my god, there's people who like something that you dislike! how dare they!?... More




Todoroki and Midoriya have finally begun their duel in Boku no Hero Academia‘s latest episode, providing a surplus of compelling action, tear-inducing backstories and character development all within the span of a single episode – something that other less concise shows instead do over the course of 10+.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 14, 2017 16:28

    Good job. Your opinion was excellent.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 8, 2017 14:35

    Good job conveniently omitting the better aspects to drive your opinion home.... More


The most tweeted anime shows of the currently airing spring 2017 season have been compiled courtesy of Web Newtype, revealing one rather titanic series at the top spot, which will likely surprise few due to its astounding popularity.

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  • Anonymous commented on June 3, 2017 18:52

    Dont know what you are thinking saying its for 10year old, its highly entertaining.... More

  • Anonymous commented on June 3, 2017 08:45

    Ignorant!, Kemonogirls are not furry.... More

Top 10 Most Heart-Pounding Superhero Anime


Anime that focuses on the idea of super-powered human beings using extraordinary abilities for good (or occasionally ill) have become the main topic of debate for this new ranking, with a series about one initially uncooperative duo managing to earn the title of “most heart-pounding”.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 25, 2017 11:16

    Scryed was godawful. I'll never understand its enduring popularity in Japan.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 24, 2017 16:13

    Watched all of these, including the original and the remakes. This list is meh, but whatever. Characters in a lot of manga and anime have superhero powers, and most of these super powered characters use it... More

Boku no Hero Academia Duels Endlessly




Fights have been doled out in large quantities as Boku no Hero Academia‘s sports festival has shown no signs of slowing down, at last giving some of the anime’s minor heroes a chance to shine before the series inevitably tosses them to the wayside.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 23, 2017 02:41

    @00:05 Sure, but sometimes it goes so far that the whole anime may as well be a tournament. e.g. Yu Yu Hakusho =_= I'm glad that the One Punch Man tournament mini-arc is practically over.... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 22, 2017 17:20

    Naruto started off quite interesting, at least the manga.... More

Boku no Hero Academia “Most Boring Duel Ever”




The one-on-one match-ups have finally begun with the latest airing of Boku no Hero Academia, with fans getting hyped up considering the last few episodes were rather mediocre in terms of action scenes – though the episode has unfortunately singularly failed to deliver on this.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 18, 2017 00:29

    The battle vs Hitoshi Shinso in the Manga was tense, in the same way Death Note was tense as there's blocks and blocks of text explanation. Guess that doesn't translate well to an action sequence... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 16, 2017 00:11

    This was a pretty important fight though as it foreshadows something big that will happen later on if/when S3 comes around.... More

Boku no Hero Academia Cheers Loudly




To help lead their class to victory, the supple maidens of Boku no Hero Academia have slipped into some seductive cheerleader outfits, certain to spice up the rather drab episode due to its lack of compelling fight scenes.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 18, 2017 00:17

    I think Invisible girl's powers is to refract light, at least that's how I remember the explanation of how her powers work in the manga. You won't see any cum if you came inside, that'd... More

  • Anonymous commented on May 10, 2017 05:24

    TECHNICALLY it's part 2 of the first season. Is there more fan service in the manga? Because i can't get enough of momo.... More

Boku no Hero Academia Sprints On




The physically demanding sports festival taking place in Boku no Hero Academia‘s 16th episode has once again pit the human Izuku against a horde of his super-powered colleagues, leading to numerous action sequences and demonstrating that Izuku is not the meek protagonist that many initially labeled him as.

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  • Anonymous commented on April 20, 2017 22:10

    Deku wishes he can be one punch saitama. All might is cool but nowhere near one punch level... More

  • Anonymous commented on April 18, 2017 10:27

    Deku the ultimate taunt.... More

Boku no Hero Academia Hastily Prepares




Preparations for a highly popular sports festival has served as the focus of the first episode for Boku no Hero Academia‘s 2nd season, causing the anime’s myriad superheroes to get pumped up and setting the stage for yet more hardships.

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The Sugoi Japan Awards 2017 (an event that seeks to raise awareness of quality anime, manga, light novels and entertainment novels) has been dominated by another series that involves passage to a different world, likely shocking no one as the anime has been held in high regard by hordes of otaku.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 21, 2017 10:42

    uh.. what? qua.. what? why is it there?... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 19, 2017 15:43

    Read that as Some titties... More


Avid manga readers have selected a certain volleyball series as the likeliest poster child for Shonen Jump, with action-based works apparently proving to be less riveting than the thrill of competitive balling.

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  • Anonymous commented on January 31, 2017 00:58

    You must be one of these retards who believes everything that's written on the internet. There was no such ultimatum and Togashi will remain on break for as long as he wants.... More

  • Anonymous commented on January 28, 2017 09:39

    pfff. hiatus x hiatus... More

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