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Boku no Hero Academia 3 T.V. Media Review Episode 19

by Yumiko

The final test has begun!

An attack on the city has left it severely damaged. This attack has in turn left numerous citizens in critical conditions. Now, our young heroes must prove themselves once again. Back out onto the testing grounds, class A combats a threat they’re unfamiliar with. It’s a city wide rescue operation, though some are more prepared than others. Regardless, each individual is giving it their all in order to pass the exam. There’s some learning pains here, but Class A is quick to pick it up. So, this was an attack, right? Rescue efforts have been going well, yet how will everyone fair when the attackers take the stage? All our participants must now deal with a two front battle.

Pay attention to how everyone handles rescue operations from this point forward. They are being graded by their rescuees, and some people are doing way better than others. These points here will either make it or break it for some individuals. Moreover, I guess next week we’re going totally original. I’m not really sure what’s in store for that one, but I may just give it a quick review if it’s something minor. Anyhow, it’s time to save some lives. Enjoy the operation!





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We’re going original next time. Stay tuned for something different, but fun!

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Kevin DuranD
Kevin Duran (@disqus_mfcvow6nap)
5 years ago

Absolutely loving your media reviews, especially this show (My Hero Academia) and Harukana Receive, which are my top 2 this Summer season! ????
& can you please do a media review on the movie “Shikioriori” (aka Flavors of Youth)? I Just watched it on Netflix, and it was amazing!?

Yumiko (@animesolutions)
Reply to  Kevin Duran
5 years ago

Thank you for the kind words, Kevin. Harukana is very much one of my favorites from this season, as well. Each episode has been a true delight to work on. Now, as for your question. I’ve never heard of Shikioriori until I read your comment. I’ll have to look into it, but from a quick glance it does look promising.