僕のヒーローアカデミア 18 [Boku No Hero Academia 18] (My Hero Academia, #18)
エリさんの「巻き戻す」“個性”の力を借りて、100%の力を解放して戦う緑谷くん。きっと何かの為…誰かを守る為に戦うのがヒーローなんだ! 僕も必ずいつか! 心はいつでも“Plus Ultra”!!

僕のヒーローアカデミア 18 [Boku No Hero Academia 18] (My Hero Academia, #18) Details

Title僕のヒーローアカデミア 18 [Boku No Hero Academia 18] (My Hero Academia, #18)
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LanguageJapanese
ReleaseApr 4th, 2018
Publisher集英社
ISBN-139784088813806
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GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Graphic Novels, Shonen, Comics, Superheroes, Fiction, Young Adult, Comics Manga, Action

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僕のヒーローアカデミア 18 [Boku No Hero Academia 18] (My Hero Academia, #18) Review

  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    AHH THE CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT. WIND BOY. BAKUGO. FUCKING CAMIE. AND THE ENDING WTH
  • May͛a
    January 1, 1970
    Bakugou getting soft now is he...NOT THAT I'M COMPLAINING.All in all this volume hit me in the feels again and again.
  • Isabella
    January 1, 1970
    a LOT has happened in this volume. while the actual overhaul vs deku fight was over quickly, there was still:- nighteye's death- the boys (todoroki, bakugo and inasa) basically being babysitters and taking care of a chaotic kindergarten- aoyama being kinda shady (which i LOVED and also honestly think that he's being like that cause he has a crush on izuku lol)there were many funny moments too. i can't wait for it all to be animated!
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  • Petros
    January 1, 1970
    I was supposed to write something for every volume, but it was impossible. There was nothing going on in the previous 3 to deserve one. Yes, there was a lot of fighting, but it was all between nobodies I don’t care about, and the plot was going nowhere. It’s only the finale that matters and even that was plus ultra lame. Deku gets a power boost that lets him not only unlock his maximum power with no set back, something which was the big hook for most in the beginning, but also manages to rewrite I was supposed to write something for every volume, but it was impossible. There was nothing going on in the previous 3 to deserve one. Yes, there was a lot of fighting, but it was all between nobodies I don’t care about, and the plot was going nowhere. It’s only the finale that matters and even that was plus ultra lame. Deku gets a power boost that lets him not only unlock his maximum power with no set back, something which was the big hook for most in the beginning, but also manages to rewrite his destiny of dying with the power of friendship. How lame is that?And if you think the finale is at least making this volume worthwhile, no it doesn’t. The battle ends in the very beginning, with the rest of the chapters being wasted on fooling around at the dorm and playing with some brats from another school. Plain boring.
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  • Courtney Rose
    January 1, 1970
    This volume includes the conclusion of the Overhaul arc, and holy shit it's intense. Everyone is awesome and all my feelings are hurt. Please never let anyone hurt Kirishima ever again. I love my perfect rock son. The death made me devastated. Eri is the sweetest thing and I am so glad she's safe. Mirio deserves the world and I want him to be the happiest hero ever. Hearing more about Overhaul's whole backstory and his villainous plan was great, as was the swerve with Shigaraki and the League of This volume includes the conclusion of the Overhaul arc, and holy shit it's intense. Everyone is awesome and all my feelings are hurt. Please never let anyone hurt Kirishima ever again. I love my perfect rock son. The death made me devastated. Eri is the sweetest thing and I am so glad she's safe. Mirio deserves the world and I want him to be the happiest hero ever. Hearing more about Overhaul's whole backstory and his villainous plan was great, as was the swerve with Shigaraki and the League of Villains becoming involved at the very end. Just *chef kiss*The begin the next section of story here with Bakugo and Todoroki going to take their licensing exams since they failed the last time. This time they end up working with Camie and Inasa from Shiketsu High and they are tasked with basically babysitting and corralling a bunch of little kids who are just getting control of their powers. It's comedic effect mostly but it's cute to see Todoroki and Bakugo, two of the more stoic characters, act a little more silly. The final panel of this volume is WEIRD and chilling and I love Aoyama and when this series adds in random odd shit so I am all about this strange storyline. Is there a sinister subplot? A crush? Did Midoriya break an ever important fashion rule? WHO KNOWS! I'm so psyched. I love this series so much. Blog / Twitter
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  • Illy
    January 1, 1970
    MY BABY MIDORIYA. UGHHHHH. I really liked the conclusion of the overhaul arc. It wrapped up greatly. I also really like the intro to two possible arcs - the wild man and fucking Aoyama. Pleas be some yandere shit or like some thing. I like how it leads into like a mystery. I assume it will be a mini arc/cool off arc before another huge arc kinda like the zoldyck arc from hunter x hunter. Overall I can’t ducking wait for the next volume.
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  • Giulia B
    January 1, 1970
    I think this should have been split in two volumes. You can’t kill Sir and then go with the cuties (Camie, you tricked me there!) in so little pages. I need the angst, I need the aftermath, I need the feeling AND THEN I need the fluff. I feel like he tried to put a little too much in just a volume and everything was just superficial... he could have exploited Izuku “destined” death (like duh, I didn’t feel the dread at all), how the death of Sir affected everyone, a little more of Endeavor inter I think this should have been split in two volumes. You can’t kill Sir and then go with the cuties (Camie, you tricked me there!) in so little pages. I need the angst, I need the aftermath, I need the feeling AND THEN I need the fluff. I feel like he tried to put a little too much in just a volume and everything was just superficial... he could have exploited Izuku “destined” death (like duh, I didn’t feel the dread at all), how the death of Sir affected everyone, a little more of Endeavor internal thoughts (Also, WTF Endeavor?!?! When did he become a semi decent person?)... instead we got creepy Aoyama (which I loved, really, is he a stalker? What? I need to know!) Also, I get the target is for young adult, but I would have liked to see a little more gore and see what actually happened to Overhaul instead of just “hints”
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  • Martina Fuchs
    January 1, 1970
    OH MY GOOOOOOOD!!! ALL THE MATTER WITH OVERHAUL, SO MANY THINGS HAPPENED!!MY BABIES DEKU AND ERI FUCKING MADE IT! AND MY QUEEN URARAKA FREAKING DID THAT TOO!Why must Mirio suffer like this?? My sun baby deserves the world.Todoroki is so done with Endeavor in this chapter, i'm dying.Gang Orca: "There is only one thing worse than a rapist" *uncovers paper to form 'child rapist'* "BOOM!"Bakugou: "A CHILD!"GO: "NO!"Soft and sincere Kacchan, I REAPEAT, SOFT AND SINCERE KACCHANTodoroki smiling softly OH MY GOOOOOOOD!!! ALL THE MATTER WITH OVERHAUL, SO MANY THINGS HAPPENED!!MY BABIES DEKU AND ERI FUCKING MADE IT! AND MY QUEEN URARAKA FREAKING DID THAT TOO!Why must Mirio suffer like this?? My sun baby deserves the world.Todoroki is so done with Endeavor in this chapter, i'm dying.Gang Orca: "There is only one thing worse than a rapist" *uncovers paper to form 'child rapist'* "BOOM!"Bakugou: "A CHILD!"GO: "NO!"Soft and sincere Kacchan, I REAPEAT, SOFT AND SINCERE KACCHANTodoroki smiling softly while showing his flames, I REPEAT, TODOROKI SMILING SOFTLY WHILE SHOWING HIS FLAMES
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  • Ben Truong
    January 1, 1970
    My Hero Academia, Vol. 18 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next ten chapters (158–167) of the on-going manga series.The tankōbon concludes the battle of the task force and the Eight Precepts of Death. With Eri and her quirk to rewind time, Izuku Midoriya could finally use the full power of his One For All quirk to its full extent. Every time his body is destroyed form his quirk, Eri would rewind time to the point where his body was free from injury. In no time, the My Hero Academia, Vol. 18 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next ten chapters (158–167) of the on-going manga series.The tankōbon concludes the battle of the task force and the Eight Precepts of Death. With Eri and her quirk to rewind time, Izuku Midoriya could finally use the full power of his One For All quirk to its full extent. Every time his body is destroyed form his quirk, Eri would rewind time to the point where his body was free from injury. In no time, the combination effect of Eri and Izuku Midoriya took down Kai Chisaki.Besides property damage, Mirio Togata lost his powers and Sir Nighteye dies, but he is happy, because with his Foresight quirk, he always beilieved that the future was set in stone. However, he witnessed Izuku Midoriya managed to change what he saw in his Foresight and dies happily. Meanwhile, Tomura Shigaraki, the leader of the League of Villains, breaks into the transport of Kai Chisaki to steal his invention.The second half of the tankōbon has Katsuki Bakugō and Shōto Todoroki, on their Provisional License remedial course, are given a very unique and the most dangerous assignment: to reach the hearts of elementary school children, without killing them.Kohei Horikoshi has written and illustrated this tankobon – it is a tad loquacious in places, but it was not as severe as previous tankobon. The battle seems extremely intense and came to a timely and satisfying conclusion as Kai Chisaki was finally defeated by the Eri and Izuku Midoriya team-up. The Provisional License Remedial Course storyline, brought much needed levity to an otherwise serious tankōbon.All in all, My Hero Academia, Vol. 18 is a wonderful continuation of the series that seems really intriguing and I can't wait to read what happens next.
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  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    January 1, 1970
    Wow. The conclusion for the current plot was so much more intense than I expected. I have to say that I'm really happy they took things so seriously though. It adds a sense of permanency to what is happening. Granted, the series has already proven that they're willing to do that, what with Deku's injuries and everything. But still, it's refreshing to see. It's nice to see a series be capable of both humorous points and more heavy points, as evidenced in this volume. This volume had both, in fact Wow. The conclusion for the current plot was so much more intense than I expected. I have to say that I'm really happy they took things so seriously though. It adds a sense of permanency to what is happening. Granted, the series has already proven that they're willing to do that, what with Deku's injuries and everything. But still, it's refreshing to see. It's nice to see a series be capable of both humorous points and more heavy points, as evidenced in this volume. This volume had both, in fact. After the heavier plot and conclusion, I think they felt a bit more free to have some fun.I do hope they'll keep us updated on a certain character's situation. Actually, there are two characters I'm going to want updates on. If you're following the series, then you know exactly which ones I'm talking about. That being said, the 'fun' in this volume was something I was really really hoping they'd cover! The additional training for those that failed to get their provisional license. It was everything I could have hoped for, and then some.
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  • Rolando Marono
    January 1, 1970
    Al ser la conclusión del arco de Overhaul, yo esperaba más de este tomo. Lamentablemente como es costumbre, la conclusión de la pelea entre Deku y Overhaul sucede en los tres primeros capítulos, y aunque esta serie normalmente es muy interesante y sus personajes son tan emotivos que te atrapan, yo esperaba que el resto del tomo sentará las bases para el siguiente arco, pero fue bastante aburrido.Si, un personaje importante muere, pero las consecuencias emocionales de esto fueron mostradas muy rá Al ser la conclusión del arco de Overhaul, yo esperaba más de este tomo. Lamentablemente como es costumbre, la conclusión de la pelea entre Deku y Overhaul sucede en los tres primeros capítulos, y aunque esta serie normalmente es muy interesante y sus personajes son tan emotivos que te atrapan, yo esperaba que el resto del tomo sentará las bases para el siguiente arco, pero fue bastante aburrido.Si, un personaje importante muere, pero las consecuencias emocionales de esto fueron mostradas muy rápidamente y no les dieron el peso que tienen. El autor se deshace rápido de las consecuencias del desenlace de la batalla de Overhaul para entrar de lleno, nuevamente, al examen de licencias provisionales. Exacto, otro examen pero ahora con los que lo reprobaron la ocasión pasada, y eso es la mayor parte del volumen.Lo más interesante es ver un poco de las acciones de Tomura Shigaraki y su plan aumentado ahora con la caída de Overhaul.Este tomo fue decepcionante y eso me sorprendió ya que es la primera vez que esta serie me entrega un tomo malo.
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  • Evelyn
    January 1, 1970
    The exciting climax of Deku vs. Overhaul ends in a very dark twist as the League of Villains stop by to make sure the fans don't forget they were part of this story arc. A few people actually die in this volume and I will admit, I'm loving in because it doesn't shy away from the reality of what villains do.But to make sure we end on a more lighthearted note, we flip over to see Bakugo and Todoroki work on getting their hero licenses. In a nutshell, they lack discipline and have to prove they hav The exciting climax of Deku vs. Overhaul ends in a very dark twist as the League of Villains stop by to make sure the fans don't forget they were part of this story arc. A few people actually die in this volume and I will admit, I'm loving in because it doesn't shy away from the reality of what villains do.But to make sure we end on a more lighthearted note, we flip over to see Bakugo and Todoroki work on getting their hero licenses. In a nutshell, they lack discipline and have to prove they have the heart of a hero(view spoiler)[...by babysitting a group of out of control kindergarteners. I was laughing the entire time (hide spoiler)]! Let's just say there's a LOT of character development in that arc and not just for Bakugo and Todoroki. Then let's dash that lighthearted ending by presenting a very creepy cliffhanger... I have much concern...
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  • Kat
    January 1, 1970
    4 out of 5 starsSo, we’ve finally got the results of the Deku vs Overhaul fight, and while it was short, we got to see Deku maxed out thanks to Eri’s quirk of rewinding. The arc ended on a somewhat sad note since Nighteye died from his injuries while Mirio is now quirkless. However, the second half of the volume ended on a lighter note with Bakugo and Todoroki taking their makeup exam for their hero licenses. Hilarity ensues because these 2, along with the wind guy (I have forgotten his name) an 4 out of 5 starsSo, we’ve finally got the results of the Deku vs Overhaul fight, and while it was short, we got to see Deku maxed out thanks to Eri’s quirk of rewinding. The arc ended on a somewhat sad note since Nighteye died from his injuries while Mirio is now quirkless. However, the second half of the volume ended on a lighter note with Bakugo and Todoroki taking their makeup exam for their hero licenses. Hilarity ensues because these 2, along with the wind guy (I have forgotten his name) and Camie are gold. All in all, this was another great volume in an already amazing series.
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  • Timothy Pitkin
    January 1, 1970
    I nice volume to calm things down as things are getting ready for the next arc and I liked a lot of the chapters like I laughed when we saw Bakugo's and Shoto's test to get their license. I also love this manga series when it actually delves into the ideas of superheroes as one of the major themes of this series is the effects of heroes on the world be it physical and mental which this does very well as we see a bit more of the mental and emotional effects the heroes have on others. And I really I nice volume to calm things down as things are getting ready for the next arc and I liked a lot of the chapters like I laughed when we saw Bakugo's and Shoto's test to get their license. I also love this manga series when it actually delves into the ideas of superheroes as one of the major themes of this series is the effects of heroes on the world be it physical and mental which this does very well as we see a bit more of the mental and emotional effects the heroes have on others. And I really glad it has a lot of 'filler' chapters as we needed it from the events that started this volume.
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  • Amy DeRosa
    January 1, 1970
    It's the final chapter in the Eri rescue saga. It's one of the darkest books so far with one of the big heroes dying (won't say who) and Deku coming to terms with Lemillion permanently losing his Quirk in the previous volume. It's a bit more lighthearted when Bakugo and Todoroki go for a second attempt at getting their Hero license. There is a surprise reveal on the last page with one of the students of UA and I can't wait for the next volume to see where it's going.
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  • Jamys Reyes
    January 1, 1970
    The courage to stand in front of evil and define faith and change everything... This exactly what this volume bought to me. #deku #courage #will #determination to save little girl. Sacrifice every hero was willing to make against all odds. #allmight can see that everything will be okay with deku and friends are willing to fight #quirks #abilities #MHA #myheroacademia #anime #manga #allforone #friends #villains #drawing #bookstagram #book #bookworm #nerd #dork #booklover #gamer
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  • haley
    January 1, 1970
    I'm glad the overhaul arc is over, I enjoyed it immensely but it sure did cause me a lot of pain. It was nice to wind down the previous intense arc with the softness of the provisional license exam and I was really happy to see Camie, at least the real Camie, and Inasa back again. Still not a fan of Endeavor and I honestly don't want to see any sort of redemption from him but I'm happy to see the other characters developing.
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  • Ashley N.
    January 1, 1970
    This volume finishes up the battle and essentially, the arc. It was fun to see Bakugo and Shoto having to deal with their provisional exam, and I think it started to show Bakugo in a little different light. Meanwhile, the volume ends by placing new suspicions on a character that has been sorta fading into the background.
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  • Isaac
    January 1, 1970
    En el mundo de BNHA no todo son batallas a muerte, si no que es necesario tambien pensar en como afectan a las personas que rodean a los personajes principales y el efecto que tiene en su sociedad. Me parecio genial que se tuviera la oportunidad de mostrar a niños con nuevos poderes, lo que abre la posibilidad de verlos en el futuro; tal vez con historias nuevas o participando en otros eventos
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  • Zahra
    January 1, 1970
    Este tomo se me ha hecho demasiado tedioso, creo que tiene demasiado relleno (los capítulos de la prueba con los niños...). Lo que más me ha llamado la atención es la recuperación de Eri-chan (espero que obtenga mas protagonismo) y sobretodo lo de Aoyama ¿es un villano? Bua, simplemente lo consideraba un personaje secundario, pero este cambio drástico puede darnos nuevas sorpresas.
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  • Alex
    January 1, 1970
    final! boss! fights! are! the! best! fights! also damn. tomura really is a sick villain... but anyway look bakugo and todoroki are back and character development from various students to even pro heroes! yayy.
  • Y
    January 1, 1970
    If I had no compunctions about giving books overinflated ratings, I would wholeheartedly slap six stars on this sucker, one for every single precious Todoroki smile in this volume (though admittedly, two are Kemi creations.) ★★★★★★Further thoughts in review later.
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  • mainsdelamour
    January 1, 1970
    Hubo pequeños momentos que me aburrieron, pero porque no me llamaban la atención los personajes que aparecían, un ejemplo es Camie. Me parecieron capítulos geniales, estaba hecha un desastre de tanto llorar.
  • KathleenB
    January 1, 1970
    Good conclusion to the big fight, but surprising that there’s an actual funeral. Also nice to see Bakugo maturing a little. Endeavor seems to have gone through a bit of a personality change that I’m not sure I buy towards the end.
  • Christy
    January 1, 1970
    Mmm yes this was everything I wanted and more. Loved seeing the makeup licensee exam and the heartfelt moment between All Might and Endeavor. This creative team keeps making me feel things for characters I didn’t like, dangit
  • mai
    January 1, 1970
    invented character development
  • Cailin
    January 1, 1970
    i would eat dirt for Eri
  • Sam
    January 1, 1970
    *read as part of Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon - April 2019*
  • Alexis U
    January 1, 1970
    Just FYI this series gets better and better.
  • Justin W. Thompson
    January 1, 1970
    5 out of 5Love everything about this series and this volume was just another notch in the win column. Five out of five stars.
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