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My Hero Academia (Season 2)

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What is it?

The 2017 superhero anime (animated) television show My Hero Academia (Season 2).

What is it about?

This is how the Anime News Network describes this anime (animated) television show:

Taking off right after the last episode of the first season.

The school is temporarily closed due to security.

When U.A. restarts, it is announced that the highly anticipated School Sports Festival will soon be taking place.

All classes: Hero, Support, General and Business will be participating.

Tournaments all round will decide who is the top Hero in training.

Wills and strengths will be tested, as weaknesses will be overcome in this new season of My Hero Academy.

This is how MyAnimeList describes this anime television show:

At UA Academy, not even a violent attack can disrupt their most prestigious event: the school sports festival.

Renowned across Japan, this festival is an opportunity for aspiring heroes to showcase their abilities, both to the public and potential recruiters.

However, the path to glory is never easy, especially for Izuku Midoriya—whose quirk possesses great raw power but is also cripplingly inefficient.

Pitted against his talented classmates, such as the fire and ice wielding Shouto Todoroki, Izuku must utilize his sharp wits and master his surroundings to achieve victory and prove to the world his worth.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

What do you like about it and what would other people like about it?

I like the action and some of the determination and some of the teamwork of some of the characters, and I think that other people will like that as well.

Final Thoughts

I possibly did not like this season as much as the first season, but it did enough to keep me watching it.

The end,

-John Jr

2 replies on “My Hero Academia (Season 2)”

I enjoyed season two and am looking forward to watching the third season, once it finishes airing. Season two had lots of action and I liked how the side characters were given more to do. I can understand why you would prefer season one though. The early episodes had heart, whilst this season feels more like a standard shounen anime.

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Hello The Otaku Judge,

Thank you for sharing that; me and my brother GC are watching the third season as well.

I agree, and I think that you are correct about the early episodes of season one having heart; I think that it a good description and possibly reason that some of us like the first season better.

I could be wrong, but I might like One Punch Man better than My Hero Academia so far.

Thank you for commenting,
-John Jr

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