This episode was a different take on the attack on the training camp with some of Class 1-A being attacked by a classmate who cannot control their quirk. All of the villains of the Vanguard Action Squad are shown, and the viewer is able to see each creepy persona of the team. The fighting once again looks beautiful, and the stakes appear to be at the highest yet.
This episode mainly focused on the action of a few fights with the classmates given permission to go against the law and fight for their lives, adding emotion to the suspense. The few highlighted fights showed some interesting villains and their quirks, while showing how some students struggle to fight against a real-threat. It’s not easy, and this episode is sure to remind the viewer of that with each second. The plot of the story arc progresses a lot in this episode, but the overall storyline of the show is not impacted that much.
This episode is what makes My Hero Academia great. The minimal flashbacks add to the drama, making the viewer feel for each and every character. There are also some great scenes showcasing how powerful quirks are getting while being pushed to the limit in the training camp. This episode sets up for the drama and fight yet to come, and leaves the viewer on the edge of their seat. It is a beautiful episode.
“Game Start” devoted a lot of time to fan-favorite characters, but included too many flashbacks for the episode to be considered anything but a filler. It teases at what is coming up in the season, but doesn’t live up to the hype of this highly anticipated release.
‘Monster Hunter: World’ is a graphic masterpiece, transporting the character into a land of beasts and elder dragons. It has the simplistic controls of past games, while thrusting the character into this new world. It’s a game to spend hours on while having fun either by yourself or with friends. It is definitely worth the purchase.