Bakugo's been captured! Can U.A. work fast enough to rescue him, or will Shigaraki already have him dancing in the palm of his many, many hands?
Daichi is removed from the game due to an injury, leaving Karasuno's foundation crumbling. Coach Ukai makes the fateful decision to substitute in Ennoshita in his place. Can Ennoshita prove his mettle and bring the team together to beat Wakutani, or are Karasuno's dreams of going to Nationals done for?
Midoriya and the other U.A. students encounter some unexpected trials during their summer camp, some more deadly than others. DaCrowz jumps into the latest volume of My Hero Academia to see how the story is coming along.
Karasuno is up against the party team, Johzenji! How will they deal with a team that structures itself around completely unorthodox tactics?
Fresh from the training camp, Karasuno brings a slew of new tactics to the Spring Tournament preliminaries. But will they be enough to take on new opponents also gunning for the crown?
Through an oversight on his part and good marketing by Viz Media, DaCrowz stumbles into the yuri manga After Hours. When a strange older girl saves Emi from a depressing night at a club, the two girls find more than they expected in each other.
DaCrowz embarks on a surprisingly pleasant and thoughtful tour of an overall dour world in the first volume of Girls' Last Tour.
The Hero Course students continue their battles against their teachers. Just how will they overcome their individual fears and challenges? And after the dust settles, Midoriya receives a chilling visit from a familiar face.
The training camp rolls to a conclusion, but has it been a worthwhile stop before the next main tournament? DaCrowz discusses just how the camp elevates our favorite Crows.
With the battle to reclaim Wall Maria reaching its conclusion, both sides are in danger of annihilation. Does this volume deliver a satisfying resolution to the excitement and drama of this sacrifice-filled battle? DaCrowz isn't so sure.
DaCrowz sits down with the first few volumes of this vampire story. Can this series overcome the cliches and tropes of a genre that is past its prime and stand on its own?