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My Hero Academia Episode 105

My Hero Academia Episode 105

Endeavor Recap

Another week, another extremely boring episode of My Hero Academia Season 5. I wasn’t planning on reviewing Episode 105 since I was busy yesterday. But since there’s, unfortunately, no Boruto episode today, I guess this is what I’m doing.

This episode included everything I hate about My Hero Academia. I’d argue that the majority of the episode was nothing more than a recap of Todoroki’s family situation. And on top of that, it featured slice of life content.

Of course, I don’t have an issue with slice of life in general. There are plenty of great slice of life anime. I just don’t care about any of the My Hero Academia characters enough to want to see them in slice of life settings. It does nothing for me.

Endeavor, but he's not on fire from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Endeavor, but he’s not on fire

I believe I heard that most people enjoyed this Endeavor arc in the manga more than the tournament arc that came before it. For me, it’s the opposite. Endeavor has the potential to be an interesting character. But the pacing of this arc is so slow that I find myself losing interest.

We already know that Endeavor is estranged from his family. We know why his wife is gone, his children hate him, etc. There’s no reason to bring all of that up again in such detail. Just have it mentioned as a passing comment to serve as a quick reminder and then move on.

Because the series is focusing so heavily on Endeavor’s relationship with his family right now, it feels like it’s just cheapening Endeavor’s character development. For example, he’s going to have some development next week, but I don’t think it’s going to land because it’s so overdone that it looks like filler.

Flaming Sidekickers

I’m not sure if we got the name of Endeavor’s sidekick group before, but it’s now been revealed that they’re called the Flaming Sidekickers. From what I can tell, not all of them have flame-based quirks. But, if you’re an aspiring hero with a flame-based quirk, Endeavor is probably who you want to work for.

Since I can’t remember if any of the Flaming Sidekickers aside from Burnin were actually named and had their quirks explained, I’m just going to assume she was the only one. And it feels like a bit of a waste to not have her playing a bigger role in this arc.

If she’s going to be named and have her quirk explained to us, I’d like to see her in action as well. I get that Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki are training directly under Endeavor. But it would still be neat to maybe see them have some additional training under Burnin.

Burnin from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Burnin

In case you don’t remember, Burnin’s quirk allows her to freely control the fire that makes up her hair. I’m pretty sure her hair fire can even physically interact with things. So her quirk is kind of like a fire version of Shiozaki’s vine hair quirk from Class 1-B.

What makes Burnin’s quirk fairly relevant to the story is that it’s also similar to Deku’s new Blackwhip quirk. If Deku wants to get better at controlling and manipulating Blackwhip, Burnin would probably be the perfect teacher for him.

Something tells me that isn’t going to happen, though. While this arc is definitely about the development of Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki as heroes, it’s just as much about the development of Endeavor as a character. I don’t really see Endeavor being sidelined for even a short period so that Burnin can have time to shine.

The Todoroki Family

Have we actually been given Endeavor’s real name yet? I’m sure we have, but I can’t think of what it is, and looking it up will probably just spoil me on something else. Anyway, his wife is Rei, his daughter is Fuyumi, and his sons are Toya, Natsuo, and Shouto.

Of everyone in the Todoroki family, I think my favorite is actually Fuyumi. Rei and Natsuo are barely even characters, so I’m not choosing either of them. Toya is dead (more on that in a bit), so we really don’t know anything about him. And while Endeavor and Shouto are pretty good, I don’t have strong opinions on them.

What makes Fuyumi interesting is that she’s a minor character, so we don’t see her all that much, and yet she’s one of the more developed characters. I love side characters who have real personalities rather than simply representing some basic emotion or character archetype.

Fuyumi Todoroki from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Fuyumi Todoroki

So, let’s talk about Toya for a moment. It’s always been implied that he was dead, but Episode 105 has now confirmed that fact. Up until this point, Natsuo had mentioned him quite a few times, but we’d never actually seen him even when “the whole family” was together.

I’m also not entirely sure if Toya was the oldest child or just the oldest of the boys. Natsuo refers to him as his older brother. But I don’t believe we’ve ever heard Fuyumi mention Toya as being older or younger than her. Still, I’d guess that Toya was the oldest of them all.

Why I’m guessing this is that even when we see Natsuo and Fuyumi playing together as children, Toya is nowhere to be seen. This seems to imply that he had already died by that point, which would make him older than them based on his apparent age in his photo at the family shrine.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 105? Did you like the episode? Or did you feel like it was mostly recap as I did? And which member of the Todoroki family is your favorite so far? I’d be surprised if Natsuo is anyone’s favorite.

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My Hero Academia Episode 104

My Hero Academia Episode 104

Sea Rescue Hero: Selkie

Let’s get this out of the way right at the start of the review. My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 104 is a bad episode. It’s so bad, in fact, that part way through the episode I considered dropping the series in its entirety.

Later on in this review, it will become clear why I feel that this episode (and season, to be honest) is so bad. But, for now, allow me to discuss the one, somewhat, redeeming part of the episode: Selkie, the Sea Rescue Hero.

To be fair, I actually don’t like Selkie’s character at all. I find his personality and the gags associated with him to be annoying. But considering that’s how I feel about the majority of My Hero Academia characters, I guess it’s not a big deal.

Selkie and Sirius from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Selkie and Sirius

So, if I don’t like Selkie’s character, why am I saying he’s the best part of the episode? Simply put, I like the role Selkie fills within the world of My Hero Academia. He’s not just a generalist hero like most are. Selkie’s niche is that of a marine operation specialist.

What other pro heroes are there who have such a specific job? I’m sure there are some, but I can’t think of them right now. Obviously, someone like Endeavor isn’t suited for marine operations. However, he’s a generalist who can do everything else.

And, this specialization extends to Selkie’s team. Sure, Sirius could use her hearing quirk in a lot of other situations. But it actually works perfectly when she’s paired up with Selkie because he can communicate even when he’s underwater. Again, I don’t feel like many other pro hero agencies are this specialized.

Trigger is the New Booster

One of my big issues with this episode is that it introduced a new drug that’s all the rage in the criminal underworld. This drug is known as Trigger. But why is its introduction so boring? Because it’s the exact same thing as the previous drug known as Booster.

Booster is a red liquid that, when injected, boosts the effectiveness, power, etc. of a quirk for a short period of time. Trigger is a green liquid that, when injected, boosts the effectiveness, power, etc. of a quirk for a short period of time.

Are you starting to see why it’s such a lazy development? We’ve already done this. It’s like if after All-for-One was defeated, a new antagonist was introduced with the exact same quirk because the author couldn’t think of anything else to write.

Tsuyu, Nejire, Ochako, and Sirius at the beach from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Tsuyu, Nejire, Ochako, and Sirius at the beach

There could have been a pretty easy way to make Trigger stand out when compared to Booster. As the name of Booster implies, it boosts quirks. So why not make it so that Trigger triggers quirks to manifest? That would be different enough to be interesting.

It’s been stated that 80% of the population in My Hero Academia has quirks. The remaining 20% of the world’s population is a huge market for a drug that triggers quirks to manifest. And then there could be the issue of what happens if someone with a quirk uses it.

Do they develop a second quirk? We know that a body can technically withstand more than one quirk. Are the effects temporary? Does it alter their quirk? Does it replace their quirk? Are there any negative side-effects specific to those who already have a quirk of their own?

But, no. As far as I understand it, Trigger is the exact same thing as Booster, just green instead of red.

Obligatory Beach Episode

On top of the fact that the new drug that was introduced in this episode is the same as one we’ve seen before, there’s another issue with this episode. That is, of course, that it’s also an obligatory beach episode — to an extent, at least.

I know I shouldn’t have gotten my hopes up. But I kind of assumed that this was going to be a more serious episode about Ochako’s development as a hero and character. Since this is a battle shounen series, though, I definitely should have known better.

However, in my defense, Ochako actually gets less development than any other battle shounen obligatory female main character. She started off the series as the third member in the Deku/Bakugo/Ochako trio. But as we’ve seen, Todoroki has replaced her.

Nejire, Tsuyu, Ochako, and Sirius fishing from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Nejire, Tsuyu, Ochako, and Sirius fishing

There’s a bigger issue with this being a beach episode, though. The pacing of this season is pain and this episode didn’t help. Just look at the content of this episode as well as the three episodes that came before it.

Episode 101 was a filler episode that reintroduced us to all of the characters and had a Christmas theme. Then Episodes 102 and 103 gave us a small amount of meaningful content with the Liberation Army. And now with Episode 104, we’re watching the girls play on the beach.

We’re four episodes into the current arc and yet we’ve gotten barely any important content. This is why I seriously considered dropping My Hero Academia this week. There’s just so much wasted episode time that’s wasted because meaningless content isn’t cut.

It’s not as if this is a year-round series like Boruto that needs filler episodes to stay behind the source material. My Hero Academia Season 5 could probably be 13 episodes instead of 25 and we wouldn’t lose anything of value.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 104? Are there any specialized pro heroes besides Selkie whom I forgot about? Do you think there’s a difference between Booster and Trigger? And how do you feel about the pace of the story in the anime? Let me know in the comments.

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My Hero Academia Episode 103

My Hero Academia Episode 103

The Liberation Army

In my review of My Hero Academia Episode 102, I was questioning how the Liberation Army was connected to both the Hero’s Association and the League of Villains. As far as I could tell, it was a hybrid organization that blended aspects of both.

However, Episode 103 has given us some answers — at least indirectly. We now know that the Liberation Army is actually controlled by the League of Villains. From what we saw, the “board of directors” for the Liberation Army was made up of all villains and no heroes.

Based on this information, I can only conclude that the Liberation Army isn’t a separate entity from the League of Villains. It’s just the League’s latest plan to use other villains and heroes alike to achieve its own goals.

The League of Villains leading the Liberation Army from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
The League of Villains leading the Liberation Army

If I had to guess, I’d say that the heroes who are members of the Liberation Army don’t actually know what its true goals are. I mean, it seems very unlikely that a bunch of pro heroes would join up with a group they knew was lead by the League of Villains.

It was also implied that the large number of members the Liberation Army has are simply going to be used as tools for the master plan. For example, maybe they’ll all be turned into human bombs and explode at the same time. Again, it seems unlikely that pro heroes would fight against the Heroes Association out of their own free will.

These heroes were probably lured into the group due to whatever the liberation ideology is. And once they were in, either the ruse was kept up, or they were somehow brainwashed. Slidin’ Go can’t actually be a bad guy.

Training Under Endeavor

Although Endeavor accepted Todoroki, Deku, and Bakugo into his agency, it was assumed by the sidekicks that only Todoroki would be learning directly from Endeavor. As Burnin tells us, they figured Deku and Bakugo would be working under the sidekicks because Endeavor only wanted Todoroki.

Luckily for Deku and Bakugo, Endeavor changes his mind after reading the secret message given to him by Hawks. This is because he now recognizes the immediate need for the next generation of heroes to be trained, which I’ll get into in the following section of this review.

I was actually a bit surprised by Endeavor’s methods of training the students, especially when he started out by asking them what their weaknesses are. He was taking this whole thing a lot more seriously than I expected. He wants them to identify their weaknesses so that they can eliminate them.

Pro Hero Burnin (and Bakugo and Todoroki) from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Pro Hero Burnin (and Bakugo and Todoroki)

Now, you might be thinking that this is still a very “Endeavor thing” to do. He has them acknowledge their weaknesses, then tells them to get over those weaknesses. But he does add some additional guidance, such as that they need to overcome their weaknesses because they won’t always be able to rely on allies to back them up.

He’s not training them in this way because he’s only interested in strong heroes. He knows firsthand that things don’t always go according to plan. Even if you have someone else to cover your weaknesses, what happens if they’re taken out in battle?

Also, his usual way of teaching by example is changed a bit this time around as well. Rather than just telling the students to keep up with him if they can, he shows them why it’s so important for them to keep up. If they’re slow, they may fail to save someone in time.

Preparing the Next Generation

The reason the work-study program was reintroduced is that the Hero’s Association needs to fast-track the students’ transition into pro heroes. More and more villains are cropping up, and soon there’s going to be a hero shortage unless something is done.

But, the situation is now direr (yes, that’s a real word) than it was when the work-study program was initially brought back. Thanks to the information Hawks discovered, we now know that there’s going to be a large-scale battle between the Hero’s Association and the Liberation Army.

In just a few months, the Liberation Army is going to launch a massive attack, and the pro heroes who aren’t members are going to have to combat this threat. Interestingly, it doesn’t appear that the students are being fast-tracked to pro hero status so that they can help fight in this war.

Bakugo, Deku, and Todoroki following Endeavor from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Bakugo, Deku, and Todoroki following Endeavor

Instead, the reason for the students getting extra hands-on training now is that they may need to replace the current pro heroes if things go poorly. If the Liberation Army is too strong and manages to defeat the heroes, the students will need to rise to the occasion.

This isn’t a development that I particularly like. Already, it feels like the series is setting up the defeat of the pro heroes just so that the students will get a time to shine. The foreshadowing just feels a bit too heavy, and I don’t think that’s because it’s bait.

If this is all just bait to make us believe that the pro heroes are going to lose, that would be a boring turn of events in its own way. It would mean that nothing changes and the students would continue to be nothing more than students. For this reason, I think at least some of the pro heroes are going to have to die.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Episode 103? How is the League of Villains getting heroes to join the Liberation Army? Do you think Endeavor is a good mentor? And what are you expecting from the upcoming battle? Let me know in the comments.

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My Hero Academia Episode 102

My Hero Academia Episode 102

Triple-Agent Hawks

Before I get into my Hawks discussion, I need to say that the new OP that came with My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 102 is bad. The song is terrible and the visuals are boring. I didn’t like the previous OP, but this one is even worse.

Now, as for Hawks, we already knew that he was working as a double-agent. He’s a member of the Hero Association, or whatever it’s actually called, and he’s also working for the League of Villains. It’s been heavily implied that his true loyalties lie with the heroes, though.

However, in this episode, it was also revealed that there’s a third faction at play and that Hawks has infiltrated it as well. This faction is the Liberation Army, and as of right now, I’m not really sure what they are. It seems almost like a group of heroes and villains all working together.

Dabi from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Dabi

From my understanding, Slidin’ Go is a member of the Liberation Army, as is the villain-like guy who claimed to be watching Hawks’ every movement. And, Hawks claims that they have over 100,000 members. But, what is the Liberation Army?

Obviously, Hawks views them as a threat. But it’s unclear what their goal is and how it would differ from that of the League of Villains. Don’t the League of Villains just want to do away with the distinction of heroes? I got the sense that might be the Liberation Army’s goal too.

So, are the League of Villains and the Liberation Army connected? It seems odd that heroes would know about the Liberation Army, but not who its members are or anything else about them. Endeavor obviously knew of them but was surprised to learn they were the enemy.

Maybe I just missed something.

Work-Study with Endeavor

In my review of Episode 101, I questioned how Deku and Bakugo came to be doing their work-study with Endeavor. We now have the answer to that question. Endeavor didn’t want anyone other than Todoroki to have their work-study with him.

I guess in Endeavor’s mind, this work-study was an opportunity for him to bond with his son. From what we’ve seen, he’s not all that interested in forcing Todoroki into the mold he wants for him anymore. But, apparently, Todoroki wanted to bring his friends along.

We also see that Endeavor wasn’t aware of who Todoroki’s friends were until they showed up. He obviously knows who Deku and Bakugo are because he saw them at the sports festival. But as it turns out, they didn’t leave enough of an impact on him for him to take interest in them.

Endeavor from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Endeavor

I do want to point out that I’m fairly certain Endeavor knows Deku is All Might’s student. I don’t believe he knows that their quirk is one and the same, though. So, from that standpoint, Endeavor is somewhat interested in Deku — just more as a rival for Todoroki.

Bakugo is in an interesting position because, as All Might pointed out, he and Endeavor have a lot in common. Endeavor has mellowed out now, but before he and Bakugo had the same angry personality. And, from what we saw, Endeavor doesn’t recognize how similar he and Bakugo are.

While I don’t think this episode was all that interesting, I do see this work-study program having some good development. Todoroki and his dad can bond, Endeavor can get to know All Might’s student, and Bakugo may learn to not be so angry all the time.

That last part probably isn’t going to happen. It’s a pretty big part of his character.

Secret Message

I’ve already gone over what was within the secret message that Hawks gave to Endeavor. But now let’s take a look at how he gave this message to Endeavor. Hawks jumped through a lot of hoops just to deliver a relatively basic message.

First, Hawks makes sure to act differently so that Endeavor notices something is up. Next, he gives Endeavor a book and suggests he read the highlighted sections. And lastly, he emphasizes that the second part of the highlighted sections is most important.

Eventually, Endeavor figures out that this means to string the second character of each highlighted sentence together to reveal the message. But why would Hawks go through all of this work just to tell Endeavor to watch out for the Liberation Army?

Hawks from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Hawks

The obvious answer is that Hawks did this because he’s being watched by that one mysterious member of the Liberation army. I think he mentioned something about having implanted devices within Hawks’ body to spy on him with.

But, I don’t think this really checks out. If he’s keeping an eye on Hawks around the clock, wouldn’t he notice if Hawks started acting strangely, handing things off to heroes, and giving them cryptic instructions? He might not know what the message Hawks is delivering is, but surely he’d figure out that Hawks is delivering a message of some type.

However, despite the fact that I don’t think Hawks’ actions here would really be effective, I did like seeing it. And the reason I liked it is that this plan only works because Hawks and Endeavor know each other well enough to notice when the other is acting strangely.

Up until this point, it seemed like Endeavor was getting the feeling that Hawks was using him for his own ends. But now, Endeavor sees that Hawks trusts him enough to rely on him when there’s an emergency.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 102? Do you understand the Liberation Army better than I do? Which student do you think is going to develop the most while working under Endeavor? And how do you feel about Hawks’ method of giving Endeavor the message? Let me know in the comments.

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My Hero Academia Episode 101

My Hero Academia Episode 101

Interview Training

I’m probably forgetting an earlier episode that I said this about, but My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 101 is the most boring filler episode of the series. I don’t care if this content was in the manga. It’s filler. You can’t honestly think that this wasn’t filler.

And, because I know that someone is going to say “Well, it wasn’t filler because there were important scenes before the OP and after the ED,” allow me to point out why those scenes don’t matter. We’re going to be shown them again next week anyway.

We’re definitely going to see the first scene of the episode again. And while we might not see the exact same scene from the end of this episode again, we’re going to be reminded of it at the start of the next episode because that’s just how these things work.

Midnight and Mt. Lady from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Midnight and Mt. Lady

I’ll go over those scenes more later on. For now, let’s look at the portion of the episode that was all about practicing for interviews. Midnight and Mt. Lady are brought in to teach the Class 1-A students how to interact with the media.

This is certainly a good skill for heroes to have. However, I don’t think it makes for very good content. It just turned into all of the students re-introducing themselves to us and giving basic explanations of their quirks.

If you don’t know the Class 1-A students and their quirks after 100 episodes, I honestly don’t think even these re-introductions and recaps can help you. The My Hero Academia anime also seems to do this every 12-13 episodes or so. Do they honestly think we need reminders? Or is it just to fill time?

Christmas in June

While I don’t know for certain, and I don’t care enough to check, I’m going to assume that this chapter of the manga came out in December. I get that it’s Christmas in-universe. But it still seems odd to me to include a Christmas scene outside of that time of year.

But, maybe I’m the weird one for thinking that. After all, I hate that the entire month of December is dominated by Christmas-themed stuff. It’s why December is the worst time of year. So the idea that someone would willingly do something Christmas-themed even outside of December is insane to me.

On top of that, I don’t see what this scene added other than fan service. Nothing in it mattered. It was just included because some people like seeing the characters in random scenes like this, I guess. I don’t really understand why you would be interested in that, but whatever.

Santa Eri from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Santa Eri

The only real redeeming part of this episode was that Eri made an appearance. The fact that she was dressed up like Santa doesn’t matter to me. I just like it when she shows up for brief moments. If she actually stuck around, I think she’d lose her appeal.

But, going back to the whole Christmas thing, even if this chapter came out in December, that doesn’t mean it needs to be included in the anime in June. Since it doesn’t actually add anything to the story, why not just cut it from the anime? This season could have been 24 episodes instead of 25 and nothing would be lost.

And for anyone thinking that this episode would have aired in December and is only airing in June because of pandemic delays, that’s not exactly true. The production team admitted there would be delays when they announced that work on Season 5 was starting in 2020. So, they knew this episode wasn’t airing in December from the beginning.

The Next Arc

Despite the fact that none of it actually matters because we’re going to see it again next week, let’s go over the scenes from the start and end of the episode. The next arc of the series was set up, which is going to focus on Deku, Bakugo, and Shoto working under Endeavor.

Now, you might think that this next arc is also going to be about the incident that occurred in the opening scene. I’m not convinced that’s going to be the case. Remember when Gigantomachia (I think that’s his name) was introduced like two seasons ago? Did anything ever come of that? I don’t think so.

To me, whatever the incident was that we saw at the start of the episode seems like it’s just setting up a later arc — not necessarily the next arc. It put this next arc in motion because it forced hero work-studies to come back. But I don’t think we’ll see that villain any time soon.

Some unknown villain from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Some unknown villain

So, with that said, the important scene to me is the ending scene, not the beginning one. At the end, Shoto asks Deku and Bakugo if they want to do their work-studies under Endeavor with him. Why exactly he asked them this isn’t quite clear just yet.

On one hand, you could argue that Endeavor asked Shoto to invite them. After all, Deku and Bakugo are kind of scene as the two other students from Class 1-A who are on par with Shoto. So it makes sense for Endeavor to show interest in them.

On the other hand, Deku and Bakugo don’t have work-studies to return to, so Shoto may have invited them on his own. Sir Nighteye died and his agency is too busy to bring Deku back. And Best Jeanist went missing, so Bakugo can’t go back to him either.

Conclusion

What did you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 101? Was it really as bad as I made it out to be? Or do you think it was a good episode? And who do you prefer, Midnight or Mt. Lady? I’d have to pick Mt. Lady, but let me know your choice in the comments.

If you enjoyed this review, remember to click the like button ❤️ down below. Also, follow me over on Twitter @DoubleSama so you don’t miss out on any future content. And come join our Discord server if you’re interested in discussing anime with other members of the community.

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