Yay! It’s back! With this episode, Boku no Hero Academia is back to give us another season full of hype and action(2 cour at that!). Now, there’s not really a lot of point in analysing this anime too much, and most things about the current season is pretty obvious, so I’ll keep this short and simple.
The story picks up where season 2 has left off. Our favourite hero children is about to enter their training camp, which is another pretty hype arc. The art and animations have vastly been improved from the last season, yet again. I didn’t know it was possible. As for the differences to other seasons, the opening and ending songs are clearly the obvious things. The opening song is really good, keeping up the tradition of great opening songs from BnH, but then again its by UVERworld so it’s not big surprise. The ending song was pretty good, but if you want my honest opinion…nothing can beat season 2’s first ending song <<Dakara, Hitori Janai>>. However, the animations at the end of the ending song is really fascinating, showing us the key animations for some of the series’ great moments. It reminds me of how Re:Creators’ second ending did the same thing. Basically, it’s nice.
Since this episode was quite basically short introductions and recaps done in a creative way, there really isn’t much else to talk about. There will be plenty of things to hype about this season, and I’m not going to spoil it. I can however, safely say that it’s just going to be another season of greatness, and if you can enjoy it, great! Let us all head for Plus Ultra together!
First impressions rating: 9/10
Most impressive part: Another foiled plan for Mineta and Kaminari.
With Boku no Hero down, let’s take a look at another anime that was greatly anticipated for this season–Steins;Gate 0. I’m so glad I managed to marathon the entire Steins;Gate series before the season started, so now I can join in on the hype! Whoo! See you around in 6 hours!