僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3)
敵連合だか知らねぇが、オールマイトを殺しに来たぁ? デクの野郎がピンチだぁ? はっ! クソモブどもが調子に乗りやがって! 邪魔なヤツは、全部まとめて俺がぶっ潰す! “Plus Ultra”!!

僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3) Details

Title僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3)
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LanguageJapanese
ReleaseApr 3rd, 2015
Publisher集英社
ISBN-139784088803357
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GenreSequential Art, Manga, Comics, Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Fantasy, Shonen

僕のヒーローアカデミア 3 [Boku No Hero Academia 3] (My Hero Academia, #3) Review

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    January 1, 1970
    I left volume 2 of this series unsure if I should keep reading this series, but THIS CHANGED MY MIND. I loved this so much more than the last volume and I'm back to being trash for this series. DEKU DESERVES THE WORLD. That's all.
  • Artemy
    January 1, 1970
    The story and the characters continue to grow and evolve, and I’m really enjoying the ride even though the book follows all the typical shonen manga tropes — this time, there’s a strength tournament! How original. And yet the action is fun, the characters are likable (mostly), and so I really don’t mind the book playing in the familiar territory for now.
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  • Aristea
    January 1, 1970
    So here is why this story is so well put together in my opinion. 1. the story is significantly more complex that it emerged in the first 2 volumes. Volume 1 really presented our main characters and their interactions; and the power of sheer will. Volume 2 already conveyed a super complicated dynamic between the heroes and the villains in which the youngsters are thrown into. Sure, there are still conflicts and interesting relationships in the classroom yet the powerful aspect is that young heroe So here is why this story is so well put together in my opinion. 1. the story is significantly more complex that it emerged in the first 2 volumes. Volume 1 really presented our main characters and their interactions; and the power of sheer will. Volume 2 already conveyed a super complicated dynamic between the heroes and the villains in which the youngsters are thrown into. Sure, there are still conflicts and interesting relationships in the classroom yet the powerful aspect is that young heroes are stretched to their limits since the very beginning. And they are not expected to win alone - so much that they do not unlike many other manga stories - yet they provide extremely valuable support and skills to the adult heroes. 2. The comics are FULL of details. I was casually reading One Piece (and I will be delighting myself with that story as well) which is an absolute deserved success in terms of characters, story, world building, yet the comics are much simpler. Instead in My Hero Academia every single page delivers a lot of content that goes well beyond the average of my (limited) manga experience. I cannot wait to delve into #4 - if the volume will be delivered to me in the next days. Yet, I bought the all the published volumes available so far (10).
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  • Daniel
    January 1, 1970
    Ako citas da ubijes vreme onda je dosta zabavno. Ako pokusas da sve stavis u celinu onda nekako propada. Ali opet je nekako interesantno, ima originalnih momentata pa drzi paznju.
  • Zaz
    January 1, 1970
    Well, I've nothing against Shonen, but a story based only on fights isn't really interesting in my opinion. The strong point of manga for me is character development, leading me to be involved in the stories and caring about each hero. The 1st volume had enough potential, but the characterization is still very flat at vol 3. I don't care about the characters and about what is happening to them. There are other good manga out there so I'll stop this one here.
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  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    This is so much fun! Definitely way better than I expected.
  • Danielle
    January 1, 1970
    The Sports Festival is one of my favourite story arcs of this series, it's so great to see everyone's quirks all together and to see the pros and cons of each one. I like how even some the members of the Hero Course came in last to show that not all of them are are strong as they could possibly be yet and that there is always a chance for the people on the other courses too! I can't wait to see how the Calvary Battle plays out in Manga form in the next volume because that was one of my favourite The Sports Festival is one of my favourite story arcs of this series, it's so great to see everyone's quirks all together and to see the pros and cons of each one. I like how even some the members of the Hero Course came in last to show that not all of them are are strong as they could possibly be yet and that there is always a chance for the people on the other courses too! I can't wait to see how the Calvary Battle plays out in Manga form in the next volume because that was one of my favourite parts of the Anime. The 1-on-1 battles should be a lot of fun too, I'm especially excited for the Midoriya vs. Todoroki battle as it gives Todoroki his perfect time to shine as we haven't seen him at his full strength yet. Bring it on! Plus Ultra!
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  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    January 1, 1970
    10/10 series, everything to be said has already been said in past reviews. I’m so fricken hype for the anime you have no idea. I’m just sad because I’m quite sure the anime is going to surpass the volumes that are out in English, as I would have liked to have read all the manga before seeing it animated. By counting the calendar I’ve deduced that by the time the next volume is released (August 2nd, 2016) the anime would have aired 18 episodes. Now, I don’t know if it’s even going to have 18 epis 10/10 series, everything to be said has already been said in past reviews. I’m so fricken hype for the anime you have no idea. I’m just sad because I’m quite sure the anime is going to surpass the volumes that are out in English, as I would have liked to have read all the manga before seeing it animated. By counting the calendar I’ve deduced that by the time the next volume is released (August 2nd, 2016) the anime would have aired 18 episodes. Now, I don’t know if it’s even going to have 18 episodes in the first run, but either way I’m *pretty* certain that it will pass the content in these four volumes by then. Sigh, I was hoping that the next volume would be out earlier during the airing of the anime so it could supply me with some last minute content before they aired it.*EDIT!!!!*I was terribly confused when I wrote this review! For some reason I was under the impression this is the fourth book, so August 2nd is actually the release for the fifth book! The fourth book comes out May 3rd which is fantastic! There will only be five episodes out by then which means there might actually be a chance to get last second new content! Either that or we'll be able to read what we just saw aired. Who knows! Either way this is exciting. Read all of my My Hero Academia Reviews: Volumes: 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10Volumes 11-20
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  • cindy
    January 1, 1970
    Lepas dr serangan villain bersatu, murid2 heroes dept dihadapkan pada kenyataan dunia pelajar... festival olah raga tahunan. Bedanya, festival ini jg dijadikan arena unjuk gigi untuk menarik minat heroes senior. Yah, sebangsa tallent scouting-lah. All Might mengingatkan Izuku bahwa simbol perdamaian yg diembannya semakin genting untuk diteruskan pada Izuku, jadi Izuku harus menunjukkan segala kemampuannya di festival ini.
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  • Maiko-chan
    January 1, 1970
    3.5starsMuch as I love the anime the art style for the manga is just perfectI love all the little comments for these character pages, it's great every time!
  • Nicola Mansfield
    January 1, 1970
    I think my rating for this is more of a 3.5; I enjoyed the second half a whole lot more than the first half. We start off with the finishing of the battle between class 1A and the group of villains who broke into the University, ultimately this has serious consequences for All Mighty. Then it's time for the annual UA sports contest where all students compete against each other. I'm a sucker for these competition battles in shonen manga and wasn't disappointed. The book ends with the winner of Ro I think my rating for this is more of a 3.5; I enjoyed the second half a whole lot more than the first half. We start off with the finishing of the battle between class 1A and the group of villains who broke into the University, ultimately this has serious consequences for All Mighty. Then it's time for the annual UA sports contest where all students compete against each other. I'm a sucker for these competition battles in shonen manga and wasn't disappointed. The book ends with the winner of Round 1 and the announcement of what the challenge for Round 2 will be.
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  • Naailah
    January 1, 1970
    Although I dropped the anime early on, I was glad to have picked it back up again. I really like the characters in this series and the manga and anime compliment each other beautifully.
  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    I love this series!
  • Ella
    January 1, 1970
    Obsessed
  • Neko
    January 1, 1970
    Mulai seru lagi, meski sempat melempem di volume 2. Terus harganya beneran 40.000, ya? Sedih deh, dulu beli komik di Lay Sin dari 12.000 jadi 8.000!!! *eh itu tahun kapan?* :))
  • Sulhan Habibi
    January 1, 1970
    Horeee.. Festival olah raga UA sudah mulai.Tapi, kok terasa singkat ya?Anime-nya lebih keren lagi 😂😂
  • Elias Alexander
    January 1, 1970
    Love it all the way ❤❤❤❤ Love it all the way ❤️❤️❤️❤️
  • Kenneth
    January 1, 1970
    In this volume there are so many action scenes. When I read manga I like to look at the action and feel the characters moving. The scene when Allmight was fighting it was so cool that I forgot to breathe for a while. One thing I was a bit disappointed was that there wasn’t any action scenes of other pro heroes. I want to see more unique super power!
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  • Connie
    January 1, 1970
    5/5 starsI've only been stopped in my mad binge read of this series because I left the next three volumes at university and I kind of have an exam in two days I haven't finished revising for. But mostly because of the first thing, really. Anyway, the Sports Festival arc is brilliant, Deku is the best boy, and I'm waiting impatiently to carry on with the next volume to see how the Cavalry part goes knowing how much Deku is worth now. Also the business school bit made me crack up, it was so typica 5/5 starsI've only been stopped in my mad binge read of this series because I left the next three volumes at university and I kind of have an exam in two days I haven't finished revising for. But mostly because of the first thing, really. Anyway, the Sports Festival arc is brilliant, Deku is the best boy, and I'm waiting impatiently to carry on with the next volume to see how the Cavalry part goes knowing how much Deku is worth now. Also the business school bit made me crack up, it was so typical, I loved it!
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  • Stanislav Lozanov
    January 1, 1970
    A nice one
  • Y
    January 1, 1970
    3.75 stars. As I mentioned in volume 2, I'm not entirely feeling the Villains, so the first half of the book doesn't ping my interests all that much. There is of course the (view spoiler)[All Might vs. Noumu (hide spoiler)] fight, but that is definitely better seen animated, in color, with voices and sound effects. I do appreciate Horikoshi's skill in drawing static action scenes that actually make sense, though, as in scenes where you can tell what's going on without having to see it in motion. 3.75 stars. As I mentioned in volume 2, I'm not entirely feeling the Villains, so the first half of the book doesn't ping my interests all that much. There is of course the (view spoiler)[All Might vs. Noumu (hide spoiler)] fight, but that is definitely better seen animated, in color, with voices and sound effects. I do appreciate Horikoshi's skill in drawing static action scenes that actually make sense, though, as in scenes where you can tell what's going on without having to see it in motion. There are other shounen action series where I've pretty much just been forced to scratch my head in confusion at what exactly is going on in fight scenes.The second half of the book begins the U.A. Sports Festival arc, which is more in line with what I enjoy seeing: school events leading to character development in terms of rivalries and friendships, and the kids doing their earnest best without uninteresting bad guys hogging up the screen time. Of particular notice is the up until now, more-or-less (albeit overpowered) bit-player Todoroki forces his way to the front in terms of characters to pay attention to by throwing down the gauntlet at Izuku, over more qualified challengers (something Bakugou, of course, lets him know). With Todoroki now sharing center stage with Izuku and Bakugou, Horikoshi decides it's time to fill up that background space with LOTS MORE CHARACTERS! If remembering everyone in Hero Course 1-A was hard enough, well. Time to prepare yourself.
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  • Justin
    January 1, 1970
    This volume is odd, in that most of it takes place between major plot points, but there's still a lot going on. The fight from volume 2 gets wrapped up in a way that raises a lot of questions about All Might's future, a ton of new characters get introduced, and the volume ends with the qualifying round of a school-wide sports tournament. (Because what action manga would be complete, without a tournament arc?) It serves as a great way to highlight the abilities of some of the new characters, beca This volume is odd, in that most of it takes place between major plot points, but there's still a lot going on. The fight from volume 2 gets wrapped up in a way that raises a lot of questions about All Might's future, a ton of new characters get introduced, and the volume ends with the qualifying round of a school-wide sports tournament. (Because what action manga would be complete, without a tournament arc?) It serves as a great way to highlight the abilities of some of the new characters, because depending on how they place in the competition, students who didn't make it into the hero course upon admission to the school might be able to claw their way into it (and conversely, poorly-performing hero course-students might get booted).Tournament arcs can get tedious, but so far the stakes seem high enough (without being life-or-death), and the quality of the writing remains solid enough, that I'm actually excited to see how this storyline plays out.
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  • Thalia Grace
    January 1, 1970
    YAS THE GAMES
  • Ashley N.
    January 1, 1970
    Lots of action in this volume, and we get to see a lot of Deku's classmates in action. There isn't really a single character that I don't like (maybe except the pervy Minoru)-each feels original in design and even though most could be classified under one of the classic trope types, they don't always quite fit. And that's refreshing! I wasn't expecting to love Tsuyu as much as I do, and the fact that I'm already invested in so many characters is awesome! Each volume has been crammed pack full of Lots of action in this volume, and we get to see a lot of Deku's classmates in action. There isn't really a single character that I don't like (maybe except the pervy Minoru)-each feels original in design and even though most could be classified under one of the classic trope types, they don't always quite fit. And that's refreshing! I wasn't expecting to love Tsuyu as much as I do, and the fact that I'm already invested in so many characters is awesome! Each volume has been crammed pack full of action and character development, so each volume is taking me a little longer to read when compared to other manga. I've watched the anime so I know what the next volume will contain, yet I'm still super excited to read it!
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  • Citybones
    January 1, 1970
    Por capítulos:18-Es un capítulo bastante inteligente en su estrategia para matar a AllMight, y que sean los chicos quienes lo salven es un puntazo. 419-Eso de dar más del 100% siempre me parecio ridículo. No se puede dar más de lo que hay. En fin, rápido y lleno de acción pero sin ningún tipo de estrategia, solo un montón de golpes. 320-Este capítulo si tuvo tensión y premeditación, me gustó mucho. 4.521-Divertido y cierra la historia de la incursión de los villanos. Yiyi. 3.522-La razón de quer Por capítulos:18-Es un capítulo bastante inteligente en su estrategia para matar a AllMight, y que sean los chicos quienes lo salven es un puntazo. 419-Eso de dar más del 100% siempre me parecio ridículo. No se puede dar más de lo que hay. En fin, rápido y lleno de acción pero sin ningún tipo de estrategia, solo un montón de golpes. 320-Este capítulo si tuvo tensión y premeditación, me gustó mucho. 4.521-Divertido y cierra la historia de la incursión de los villanos. Yiyi. 3.522-La razón de querer ser una heroína de Uravity es bastante sorprendente y no muy selfless de su parte "dinero". Para ayudar a su familia pero aún así. Además, AllMight no puso presión a Deku ni nada de cara a el evento deportivo. 323-Solo meter presión y preparar para el evento. 224-Todoroki siendo un boss. Y comienza la carrera de obstáculos.2.525-La carrera. Meh. 3.526-El departamento de manejo es de risa, como su única actividad es buscar maneras de que los héroes sean populares. Lo de poner a todos contra el lider de la carrera es un movimiento genial, la verdad. 3.5 Me gustaron las notas del traductor.Bueno, pero ya sabía todo lo que iba a pasar así que poco suspense, la verdad.
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  • Sanjeda
    January 1, 1970
    Definitely a 3.5 and better than both of the first volumes. In this one we see a lot more action and the villain's dialogue was pretty interesting. I'm usually a fan of when there's a spiel on what's going on in the villain's head or when they mention how they view the world. Sometimes they get philosophical and have some really good points, such as heroes and villains both thriving on violence. Another unexpectedly good part to this volume was the addition of the athletic festival. I had mentio Definitely a 3.5 and better than both of the first volumes. In this one we see a lot more action and the villain's dialogue was pretty interesting. I'm usually a fan of when there's a spiel on what's going on in the villain's head or when they mention how they view the world. Sometimes they get philosophical and have some really good points, such as heroes and villains both thriving on violence. Another unexpectedly good part to this volume was the addition of the athletic festival. I had mentioned previously how whenever they focused on traditional school things, it grew to be boring, but in this volume it was anything but boring. Of course, it wasn't an ordinary school athletic festival, so it was definitely attention grabbing. The other classes at the high school were introduced as well and it was nice to see the different aspects of the school, such as the business section. It did oddly remind me of the chunin exam in Naruto in a small slight way, but it's definitely tamer than that.
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  • Je'Karee
    January 1, 1970
    This volume of the book was excellent in multiple aspects. The pacing of the story wasn't slow at all. My only issue with the story is how quickly the characters brushed off the big, dramatic fight, as if it were nothing to them. Aside from that, all the main characters and even some side characters developed at least a small bit. The fight had a nice turn of events. The first event of the competition was both predictable and unpredictable at the same time. I knew that Izuku would win, but I did This volume of the book was excellent in multiple aspects. The pacing of the story wasn't slow at all. My only issue with the story is how quickly the characters brushed off the big, dramatic fight, as if it were nothing to them. Aside from that, all the main characters and even some side characters developed at least a small bit. The fight had a nice turn of events. The first event of the competition was both predictable and unpredictable at the same time. I knew that Izuku would win, but I did not know how he would win and the way he did really surprised me. Overall, Volume 3 was a great entry in the series and is leading up to something big. I'd recommend this book to multiple people. (after they read Volume 1 & 2 first of course)
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  • Leonel García
    January 1, 1970
    "Yo solo sonrío para soportar la presión de ser un héroe y para engañarme a mi mismo por el gran miedo que guardo en mi interior"All MightEste volumen que contiene los mangas del 18-26 nos muestra varias cosas interesantes: la comprobación de por que All Might es el héroe número 1 de un mundo donde la mayoría tienen poderes, llamadas "singularidades". Veremos también un festival escolar no tan común, donde está en juego el nombre de los futuros héroes, y también seremos testigos de una sorpresiv "Yo solo sonrío para soportar la presión de ser un héroe y para engañarme a mi mismo por el gran miedo que guardo en mi interior"All MightEste volumen que contiene los mangas del 18-26 nos muestra varias cosas interesantes: la comprobación de por que All Might es el héroe número 1 de un mundo donde la mayoría tienen poderes, llamadas "singularidades". Veremos también un festival escolar no tan común, donde está en juego el nombre de los futuros héroes, y también seremos testigos de una sorpresiva declaración de guerra a Midoriya. Un manga que de nuevo combina un bonito arte, lleno de movimiento, con mucho texto, que no se hace pesado.
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  • Paulina
    January 1, 1970
    [3.5]Terminó el combate con los villanos y por fin llegó el momento de ¡el torneo escolar! Donde los estudiantes se enfrentan unos con otros para probar sus habilidades y llamar la atención de los Héroes. Una vez más Midoriya usa su inteligencia para ganar (en esta primera prueba).Ahora sí, ya me emocionaron, aunque ya sepa qué viene, no cabe duda alguna que me encanta este arco, lo que sí es que cada vez quiero proteger más a Katsuki y Todoroki, los inocentes han pasado por cada cosa... que sí, [3.5]Terminó el combate con los villanos y por fin llegó el momento de ¡el torneo escolar! Donde los estudiantes se enfrentan unos con otros para probar sus habilidades y llamar la atención de los Héroes. Una vez más Midoriya usa su inteligencia para ganar (en esta primera prueba).Ahora sí, ya me emocionaron, aunque ya sepa qué viene, no cabe duda alguna que me encanta este arco, lo que sí es que cada vez quiero proteger más a Katsuki y Todoroki, los inocentes han pasado por cada cosa... que sí, lo de Shoto es más entendible que lo de Bakugo, pero al pobre le han arruinado sus metas e ilusiones cada dos por tres, también merece reconocimiento.
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  • Rollin
    January 1, 1970
    Having seen the anime, the pacing of the manga continues to feel weird, but the sight gags that were accomplished in the anime via quick cuts and transitions were translated perfectly from the same gags in the book -- which were separated via methods like page turns.While I still quite like the manga, this volume is a weird mishmash of the ending of the big villain fight and the beginning of the sports festival. There's a conclusion and a beginning, but in that order. Not sure how I feel about i Having seen the anime, the pacing of the manga continues to feel weird, but the sight gags that were accomplished in the anime via quick cuts and transitions were translated perfectly from the same gags in the book -- which were separated via methods like page turns.While I still quite like the manga, this volume is a weird mishmash of the ending of the big villain fight and the beginning of the sports festival. There's a conclusion and a beginning, but in that order. Not sure how I feel about it, but it didn't initially land well. That said, the cliffhanger at the end of the last volume was quite effective as I immediately began this one.
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