My Hero Academia anime is going very strong right now, yet somehow the previous episode of the anime received quite a lot of criticism and rightly so. With everyone being hyped for My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 11 to see Mirio fight against Chisaki, the fans were left disappointed because it wasn’t half as good as it could’ve been.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Disappoints
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What’s more, the anime didn’t even give us a decent fight despite having a healthy schedule, mainly due to a weak storyboard. Much of the fight was just the manga in anime form. There was no difference between the two and that is why it was a disappointment for us.
The action scenes with Mirio Togata were completely ruined, unfortunately. However, we hope that the next few episodes will be better because they’re going to see Midoriya spring into action and fight against Chisaki with all his might. Hopefully, we won’t be let down one more time.
Here’s the synopsis for My Hero Academia:
My Hero Academia is a manga illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi. The manga runs in Shueisha’s Weekly Shounen Jump magazine and has become one of the most popular ones over the past few years. The manga follows the story of Izuku Midoriya, who aims to become the Number One Hero like his idol All Might. However, unlike nearly every other kid around him, Midoriya isn’t born with the special power known as Quirk. With hardships ahead of him, Izuku Midoriya must find a way to continue pushing forward so that he becomes a strong Hero.