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Also glad the little kid voiced what I was saying last week, all these super powered people just pointlessly fight each other while calling each other "hero" and "villain".


Yea I ask myself the same thing when I see all these police officers arrest criminals in the news. I'm like, this is so pointless. IT's pretty clear they both have zero motivation to do what they do. If police officers just disappeared they would clearly be no more rape, drug dealers, organized crimes and murderers. At least I breath easier when I know that at least none of the sides have superpowers. Just imagine. it would be crazy! It could almost look like the crazy universe of MHA.
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And now we've met all of the Pussycats. I wonder when Josie will show up...
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Shouto smiling was the highlight of the episode.
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kkmenchi wrote:

<Snip>Also glad the little kid voiced what I was saying last week, all these super powered people just pointlessly fight each other while calling each other "hero" and "villain". Too bad it seems this whole arc is just going to be so Deku can get him to like "Heroes" instead of Deku taking seriously what he said and exploring that.


We've seen Stain go to jail so presumably law and punishment applies to super villains. Kato's assessment above is very much a small child's understanding of the situation. He only knows the "super powers" took his parents away and even though there's all this magic in the world none of it will bring his parents back so what's the point of any of it.

He's a kid, he's allowed to be selfish and short-sighted. We don't expect adult analysis and understanding from children (or politicians, but that's a different problem). I'm hoping Deku will think his way round Kato's assertions and come up with greater understanding of his own motivations.
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kkmenchi wrote:

So we get the inevitable villain attack, first time they prevented backup from coming don't see any way of them doing that this time.
Also glad the little kid voiced what I was saying last week, all these super powered people just pointlessly fight each other while calling each other "hero" and "villain". Too bad it seems this whole arc is just going to be so Deku can get him to like "Heroes" instead of Deku taking seriously what he said and exploring that.


To be fair, Kota has a far more jaded and cynical view on the matter than most. I thought this when reading these chapters originally.

That isn't to say he is wrong to a degree, but there is merit behind having Heroes 'aka Super Police' in this universe. From where I am at in the manga I have never seen Law Enforcement use quirks (does Sansa the cat officer count?) which raises lots of questions. It is against the law to use your quirk in public for any reason, unless you have the appropriate credentials if memory serves, and that sets quite the precedent when 80+% of the world could be considered either a Hero or Villain. Thing is that one of those two labels requires extensive training, hard work, and no guarantee at the end of the day you will succeed. Anyone can be the other. I think the issue for some people is that most of the students are still on the 'ego train' of how great they are or how some have less admirable goals compared to others (in some cases). Some of them, like Deku, truly want to help people and make a difference. Not sure why that is seen as a bad thing? I guess it comes down to a law vs. order thing if everyone just ran around doing as they pleased.

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To be fair, Kota has a far more jaded and cynical view on the matter than most. I thought this when reading these chapters originally.

That isn't to say he is wrong to a degree, but there is merit behind having Heroes 'aka Super Police' in this universe. From where I am at in the manga I have never seen Law Enforcement use quirks (does Sansa the cat officer count?) which raises lots of questions. It is against the law to use your quirk in public for any reason, unless you have the appropriate credentials if memory serves, and that sets quite the precedent when 80+% of the world could be considered either a Hero or Villain. Thing is that one of those two labels requires extensive training, hard work, and no guarantee at the end of the day you will succeed. Anyone can be the other.



Your memory is right. Only licensed heroes are authorized to use their quirks. Anyone else is going against the law. That's why Deku once mention that before, when no regulation existed, it was an age of chaos.

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Well more and more we know there is an inside job

getting more exciting
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well that escalated quickly.

oh. I found this the other day. Totally fan made. of course If someone has already posted it my bad!
http://sparklerredpanda.tumblr.com/post/173000147717/i-do-encourage-you-to-play-bnhas-you-say-run
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For some reason, I could not stop laughing at the first five minutes in. Training looks intense tho :/. Got to see all the pussycats!

you can say that again! Lida's somehow still gets the group pumped up

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Oh

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Next episode will be on fire
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This might sound a bit sexist, but one thing I like about this show is how so many of the female characters have very "womanly" physiques to them. you know, that curvy, a bit of chub and thiccness to them. Even though they are cartoony and exaggerated, they just look... good and right, for a lack of better words. I am really enjoying the Pussycats.

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I noticed the legs. They are really an athletes legs. The Pussycats are heros and they have the mucles to show it.
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For some reason, I could not stop laughing at the first five minutes in. Training looks intense tho :/. Got to see all the pussycats!

you can say that again! Lida's somehow still gets the group pumped up



Pretty sure his name is iida. Capitol 'i' which looks like a small 'L'
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Episode 42

Kota meets the criminal who killed his parents, and Izuku is facing him all alone. This guy's power is to bulk up with all that muscle that his skin can't contain, and whiel Izuku puts up a fight, his full power punch didn't leave a dent. In the end, Izuku delivers a Detroit Smash with Kota using his water quirk to distract the enemy. That was quite a fight there going to show that no matter what, heroes are supposed to keep on fighting.
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