Isn’t My Hero Academia a great show? What makes this show sooo great? It’s a culmination of a bunch of great parts put together so well. Animation is great, editing is great, art well done, action is great, comedy is great, and finally the music in the background. If you haven’t noticed the original soundtrack for this show it’s stellar. The music is movie quality and it matches with scenes from the show perfectly. It’s moving and invokes certain emotions.
Every time I watch an episode, I go man I need this soundtrack. I never get around to it though, or I totally forget. Well, finally I got a hold of it and it’s a great number of tracks. It’s a mix of classical, choir, j-rock, j-pop, and a little trap. For the most part the music is composed and produced by Yuki Hayashi. Hayashi has done great musical work for a ton of Japanese drama shows: Rich Man, Poor Girl, BOSS, and Doctors. He also dips into anime as well for titles such as: Haikyu, Blood Lad, One Piece Film: Gold, and Gundam Build Fighters.
Now, I’m thinking up ideas of how to enter rooms to All Might’s theme song lol. HaHaHaHa, don’t worry little Midoriya!! The next time you catch an episode listen for the great music. Come back and drop me a comment or two. I’m so loving this OST on repeat, if you get a chance grab it too.
Oh, my, goodness, can I get a Missouri Smash?? Lol, if you know what I’m saying. Maybe you know where I got that from? How about the new hero society anime show, “My Hero Academia?” The show is different than anything out with the superhero type stuff and done by Funimation. I’ve been hearing about it for months and seeing pictures as I pass through the net. I keep reading that it’s amazing and all these other accolades. Well, I blew all of that off and didn’t take notice. Just the other day a fellow writer at PoliteAsFlannels.com did a review on the show. I happen to see it and I took notice quickly. He gave the show high praise.
My Hero Academia, season one, is a quick run through. Kohei Horikoshi is the original creator of the manga for the show. This is his first major hit from his work, and the skies the limit. The director Kenji Nagasaki has worked on some big titles such as: Tenjho Tenge, Mobile Suit Gundam 00, and Monster. The production company behind the show is Studio BONES, who isn’t known for hits. This show from top to bottom is great. The show looks like a manga that can move, the animation switches from time to time. It keeps you on your toes for the full 25 minutes. The story is even better than I thought half-way through season one.
Our main character Izuku Midoriya lives in a world where 90% of the population has talents or superpowers; known as Quirks. He studies heroes and villains and wants to be the greatest hero of all time. One issue though Midoriya is of the 10% without a Quirk. Suddenly one day he shows he’s worthy to be a hero by none other than his idol, “All Might.” What does that mean though? Check out the show and deem it as one of your favs. Let me know what you think in the comments.