My Hero Academia Season Two, Part One DVD Review


Good Morning Lovelies, 

With only a few weeks to go until Avengers: Infinity War, the world is seeking some heroes to help them during the wait. And so the team behind My Hero Academia have stepped into the help with the release of the second season part one on DVD and Blu-ray.

With 12 episodes to choose from, this coming of age show tells the story of a set of superheroes who are not only real but working to save the world as their actually profession. No glasses and newspapers here. Based on the best-selling manga series, the series has an all-star cast voicing the characters who soon become as familiar with you as Superman and co.

Feeling like those classic 90s cartoons that use to be on the TV on a Saturday morning, the show appeals to all ages. It tells an important story of not only their superhero messages but the struggles of growing up. The characters are having to deal with what they are whilst also battling the world around them in both a personal and professional manner, all of which while being relied upon by the public.

Something that reflects the expectations of what people are feeling as they go about ther days in the real world. We all need a superhero and some of us our (nurses, doctors, fireman, police officers I am looking at you!) and when we get that chance to rock the real world, we have to learn to deal with our emotions to do so. It is a creative way of allowing children to face what is to come and a realisation for the older viewers enjoying it.

There so, I am giving this very original show…

4 Stars

Blog Soon, 
Joey X 

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