How Did Deku Get Black Whip In My Hero Academia?

One For All is a pretty powerful and mysterious quirk. After Izuku got the power, he had to relentlessly train in order to get used to his newfound quirk. Still, the astronomical amount of effort he put in wasn’t enough to control even one-fifth of the power. This depicts how difficult it is to control OFA. So what happens when a new power erupts out of nowhere? What if the vast tendrils of dark energy unleash themselves? In this article, we will be discussing everything you need to know about Black Whip, Deku’s new

My Hero Academia: Is Hawks A Traitor? Revealed

In a world dominated by heroes and villains, there needs to be a gray area. Hawks fall under that patch. He is this nonchalant, cool, and promising hero. But there is something about him that seems upsetting. There is this cloak of mystery around him that makes him a tad bit doubtful. At present, he’s the second-best pro hero, following the footsteps of Endeavor. And he’s also a member of the League of Villains. So, does that make him some kind of a traitor? This article will explore the lingering question and a bit on

Noragami Manga Review: To Get Lost & Rediscover Oneself

Simply put, Noragami is a story that puts a heavy emphasis on ‘people as well as gods can change, for the better’. We all have been in that situation where we don’t know what will happen next. We get lost and scared. It’s not the darkness that makes us anxious but the idea that we are alone in a scornful journey. Noragami narrates the tale of what if we had people who were willing to go on that journey with us. Synopsis: The protagonist Yato will indulge himself in any chore for 5 yen. Why? Because he wants to

My Hero Academia: Endeavor Redemption Arc Begins!

Endeavor is currently the number one pro hero. He is burdened with the responsibilities and expectations of people who admire heroes. In the recent chapters, his character progression has taken quite an abrasive yet positive turn. The readers were exposed to Endeavor as a father and husband which allowed them to understand the character more. It also led to the untangling of selfish, unforgiving, and distressing acts of the ‘Number 1’ which puts forward a necessary question: Can the horrendous actions of a hero be

Why Can’t Deku Give One For All To Bakugou? Revealed!

'Stumble forward, get confused and then struggle to understand things around you' Deku finds himself in a very similar situation. He’s in an open field of mazes that reeks of barbaric and villainous gazes. The recent chapters of MHA have established two things very clearly. One, Deku won’t be able to pass his quirk most probably. And second, he has to absolutely defeat All for One in any manner. The following article contains spoilers from My Hero Academia manga. Read ahead at your discretion! A Quick Note On One

A Reflective Rundown On Mushoku Tensei

Controversies are a normal norm in the animanga community. It happens every now and then with someone or the other but this year it's different. You know it's serious when a 40-year-old child is a pedophile in his second life. Mushoku Tensei is the talk of the town with its over the top portrayal of inexcusable and despicable actions. But what if it's not a controversy and the line is being stretched too far by the people? Or what if the line isn't being stretched enough? An Iconic Introduction: From the first

Redo Of A Healer – A Callous Controversy

Controversies happen in the animanga community now and then with someone or the other. But this year it's different. You know it's serious when revenge rape is being glorified. Redo of Healer is the talk of the town with its portrayal of abhorrent and unjustifiable actions. But what if it's not a controversy and the line is being stretched too far by the people? Or what if the line isn't being stretched enough? Well, in the case of RoH, the line was never there. Redo of a Healer. Where do I even start? The show

Twice: A Man Nurtured by Circumstances

"But you don’t get to tell me that I was ‘unlucky’. Being here with them… I was happy!" Horikoshi Kohei has intricately woven a world of heroes and villains. It is not drenched in black and white colors. There's ambiguity in it, on a spectrum that is very vivid and vague at the same time. Jin Bubaigawara aka Twice tried to redefine that ambiguity. He tried to be a sane one in a world of good and bad people. He tried to be a good friend. The following article contains spoilers from My Hero Academia manga. Read

Drawing Parallels Between Kiritsugu Emiya & Kirei Kotomine

Told through its brief instances of majestic spectacles, often dramatized but in an atrociously humane manner, Fate Zero has scarred itself as a splendid show. It also tackles a multitude of philosophical and psychological themes with the help of characters and their conflicts. One such pair of characters is of Kirei Kotomine and Emiya Kiritsugu, the two sides of the same coin. They both have contrasting personalities and distinct ideals and yet are very similar to each other. This article will draw parallels between

First Impressions Of Horimiya Anime

There are epic shonen and well-crafted seinen but there isn’t a show which without diving deep explores romance on a very grounded level. A high school romance show which doesn’t need groundbreaking notions or some tragic backstories but instead relies on something very simple. That simple facet being the realistic nature of love and organically discovering each other; through subtleties. And while we do have Oregairu in the upper echelons, 2021 welcomes another top-notch contender, Horimiya. Synopsis:

A Comprehensive Analysis of Izuku Midoriya’s Dream

From its endearing characters to heart-throbbing action, My Hero Academia has established itself as a better shonen out there. The last season tackled the show’s most mature themes and arguably the goriest fights as of now. And while it ended on a very strong note, it’s easy to overlook some fine details. The cliffhanger at the end which Bones awarded the viewers was nothing short of mesmerizing. After the credits, a short sequence of Deku being in a dream and seeing the previous One For All users appears. We can only

Why Gilgamesh Sparing Waver Has A Deeper Meaning

‘And then he honored him with true feelings of admiration’ This is an excerpt from the Fate/Zero novel and can also be seen in the anime when Gilgamesh defeated Iskandar. It could have been a fleeting sense of admiration for the bombastic and chivalrous king who inspired people through and through but what makes this whole topic more intriguing is that it was not. But again, can King of Heroes be kind enough to not look down upon mongrels in general? Is that even remotely possible? A newfound respect for another

Fate Zero: Ideologies In The Banquet Of Three Kings

Told through its brief instances of majestic spectacles, often dramatized but in an atrociously humane manner, Fate Zero has scarred itself as a splendid show. One of those instances is ‘The Banquet of Three Kings’ where the discussion of how’s and why’s of a king takes place. The episode delves deeply into the ideologies of Saber, Iskandar and Gilgamesh respectively through their past lives. At first, it starts on a note of casual conversation. But as it goes on, the philosophical notions, the pride of being a king and

Fate Zero: Why Is Gilgamesh Obsessed With Saber?

It all started when the banquet of kings happened, where Iskandar, Gilgamesh and Saber discussed their ideologies regarding what it means to be a king. Some sort of admiration blossomed there in Gil towards Saber, which afterward led to unrequited love and was stretched to an extent where it almost becomes diabolical in a few of the aspects. Gilgamesh was the first half god and half human to ever walk on Earth. In addition to that, he was destined to achieve feats that humanity wasn’t able to do before. He was the first

Maquia: When The Promised Flower Blooms Review

“You can not fall in love with someone from the outside.If you fall in love you will truly become alone” The concept of immortality isn't new to the medium of anime, it has been used countless times in several series and movies but what sets Maquia apart is that it takes the same concept in a very holistic manner. It delves deep into the idea of familial relationships and of finding oneself in this never-ending world. It also tackles the notions of freedom and loneliness simultaneously, in a unique format to give out a

Fate Zero Ending Explained!

As Fate/Zero isn't the first war, many of the viewers get a bit confused by the end and have a ton of questions hovering upon their head. Well, here's the ending of Fate/Zero explained in detail. After getting to know that the Grail is corrupted and will interrupt any wish as the destruction of humanity, Kiritsugu quickly uses his remaining command seals and orders Saber to destroy the Grail through her Noble Phantasm. But that attack only destroyed the physical embodiment of the Grail and not the Greater Grail which

Why Did Gilgamesh Decide To Side With Kirei Kotomine In Fate Zero?

Gilgamesh and Kirei are quite the infamous pair in the Fate series. The duo resembles malevolence that exists in mankind. It's always fascinating to see them on screen, their presence is enough to depict that something bad is going to happen. The nihilistic ideals combined with the haughty arrogance were more than enough to make the audience immersed in their testament of truth and righteousness. But how did it all start, why did Gilgamesh side with Kirei and betray his original master Tokiomi Tohsaka? Gilgamesh is one

How Did Gilgamesh Survive At The End Of Fate Zero?

Fate Zero is as complicated as it can get. Primarily because it's not the First Grail War we as an audience witness. We don't get the gist of it initially. Another reason is the convoluted 'Fate' lore. There are so many strings attached to it that one doesn't know where it actually started. And due to that some questions always remain unanswered. Although many questions need to be answered, today we are going to discuss how Gilgamesh survived the Fuyuki Grail War and became a human. After knowing that the Grail is

What Happened To Irisviel In Fate/Zero?

Irisviel von Einzbern was not an ordinary human being. She was a homunculus who was created by the Einzbern family for the sole purpose of becoming the lesser vessel to the Holy Grail. In the Fuyuki Grail Wars, there was an actual lesser vessel (a cup). But it was destroyed before the summoning ritual's completion. To make sure that this doesn't happen again, the Einzbern family made an artificial lesser vessel that was capable of defending itself - a homunculus. Her long silver hair, white skin and crimson eyes depict a