My Hero Academia Chapter 214 Review – Our Rebellious War

My Hero Academia chapter 214 everyone's still battling

The fifth round continues

My Hero Academia Chapter 214, Our Rebellious War, Class 1-A faces Class 1-B. Vlad King and All Might are shocked that Eraserhead decided to let the match continue. Regardless, of the fact that Izuku has lost control over his Quirk. Eraserhead states that if he loses control again “he’ll stop it immediately and have Midoriya retire.” He believed that it was possible for Midoriya to be stopped with his Quirk as well. All Might asks “why.” Aizawa says that “all combatants still feel determined to fight out till their very last breath.”

Jumping Mineta! Grape Pinky Combo

The result’s of Hitoshi’s training

Izuku and Hitoshi face off against each other. Hitoshi uses his “Capturing Weapon” similar to the on used by Shota Aizawa, he bests Izuku by pulling him off the building. Ochaco is shocked that Izuku lost a battle of strength. Izuku is afraid to use his Quirk now that it has gone haywire. Hitoshi uses his capturing weapon again, but Izuku grabs it pulling himself towards him. Hitoshi charges at Izuku, he remembers his training with Shota. It took five years for him to master the Capturing Weapon, but he states that it shouldn’t take Hitoshi that long. He uses the Capture Weapon to pull down pipes surrounding them, forcing Izuku to use his Black Whip Quirk.

Midoriya vs Hitoshi

Neito Monoma uses One for All

Monoma is one of the most annoying characters in My Hero Academia. He can be funny, but he’s largely an nuisance. However, his Quirk (Copy) allows him to duplicate and use another’s Quirk. He supposedly is able to the Quirk he copies in it’s entirety, the only downside is that there’s a five minute time limit. So it was surprising that he didn’t seem to “copy” the One for All Quirk completely. Obviously, we just learned that One for All is more that just one Quirk, but a combination of six. Neito seem unable to use it to any effect. Maybe, the One for All Quirk is just to complicated to be used by Neito or because he just copies the basic of the Quirks, not the stockpiled powers.


Izuku Midoriya 1/8 Figure — My Hero Academia

Izuku Midoriya 1/8 Figure -- My Hero Academia - JList

This is a cool 1/8 figure of Izuku Midoriya from My Hero Academia, courtesy of Chara-ani and Kadokawa. Based on an illustration of Deku, showing him off in his super hero costume and battle pose. Fans will love the amazing details of this figure and Deku’s intense face. A nice figure to add to your My Hero Academia collection.

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Eiichiro Oda claims One Piece is near it’s end

One Piece vol. 90 cover

Eiichiro Oda the creator of One Piece, revealed that the manga series is “near” it’s ending, while on the Honma dekka!? program. He claims that One Piece is going to run “just over 100 volumes.” Most volumes are 10 chapters long and One Piece is currently at it’s 90th volume. What does “just over mean,” exactly, we can’t really know. However, if you do the math between volume 81-90 it seems that 10 volumes take about 2 years.

Oda also stated that he had “thought about the manga’s ending since he was still in college.” Furthermore, if a fan was able to predict the ending he would “change the ending.” The shows host, Sanma Akashiya, asked Oda if the One Piece “treasure” was “family bonds.” Oda replied “No, I hate that kind of thing.” Many fans wonder if the treasure isn’t really something of substance like gold or something that psychically real.

Oda seems to feel that not giving a “real” treasure is “really dissatisfying.” I glad that the One Piece treasure isn’t something like “hope,” or the adventure is the treasure. In a July 2016 interview, Oda claimed that he had finished 65% of the series. However, OnePiece.com columnist Greg Werner believe’s that fans should put in less stock into Oda’s claims as the series will “continue for some time” and he tends to tell stories that are “tongue-in-cheek and for the shock value.”

Source: ANN

Eden’s Zero Chapter 26 Review – Two Sisters

Sister Ivry, one of the four shining stars faces off against her impostor Sister. In a flashback we see that Weisz and Homura freed her from a machine that sealed her powers. With a chronophage heading towards them on planet Guilst, everyone begins to panic preparing to flee. Jinn asks Sister who Ivry is. According, to Ivry she arrived to this planet a decade ago, when she was captured by ” a bunch of freaks.”

Waking up connected to a machine, where she has been trapped every since. She realized that someone was impersonating her and using her powers without her consent. Sister seems to be sincerely ashamed of what she did. I truly believed her and how she simply “fell,” into becoming the leader of the Rogue Out mercenary group. That said I wasn’t buying the whole “I would give you the your powers back,” nonsense. She was clearly benefiting from steal Ivry powers and identity.

Sister Ivry is having none of it. She basically starts stomping on Sister’s head. Weisz informs them that they need to leave. Ivry notices Shiki, noting that he’s “seems weak for a Demon King.” Before leaving with Shiki, she finishes her unfinished mission using her Dispel Driver, restoring all the stoned people back to normal. Sister asks Jinn to “save her,” but he steps on her head calling her a “liar.” He believed that she could help his sister Kleene, but she betrayed him. As the chronophage heads for Guilst, Rebecca states that she won’t leave without Shiki.

The crew on Eden Zero expands with the addition of Sister Ivry. This chapter was really good, Sister Ivry is short tempered but is grateful for Shiki’s team aiding. The “sexy nun,” thing is a little juvenile but I can live with it. While, a lot of these characters still look like there from Fairy Tail, the art is great and this series is coming into it’s own.

The Promised Neverland to get an anime in Winter 2019 season

The Promised Neverland Trailer

The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland is a manga series written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu. It’s set in 2045, the story focuses on Emma a 11 year old orphan. She lives in a small orphanage, Grace Field House, with her 37 “siblings.” The orphans are permitted to do as they pleased as long as they don’t leave the compound. When Conny is adopted, Emma and Norman follow her because she had left her stuff rabbit behind. They find Conny dead and realize that the orphanage is basically a farm for human children to be raised as food for demonic creatures.

The anime series will debut on January 11. The series will be animated by CloverWorks, which is the re-branded studio that was once Koenji Studio. Streamed on Amazon Video but only in Japan. However, it will be streamed on Crunchyroll and Hulu in America. Promised Neverland is a highly regarded manga series that has sold 6 million copies as of September 14, 2018. I have heard many good thing about it but never got around to reading the manga. Since it’s now an anime series I’ll be focusing on the anime instead.