My Hero Academia Differences Anime Vs. Manga — Entrance Exam Arc | Get In The Robot

My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) does a dang good job of adapting the manga into an anime. But, as perfect and as close as it is, there were some notable differences! So, we’ll be discussing the Entrance Exam arc, and pointing those changes out in Anime vs. Manga — My Hero Academia.

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Credits for This Episode
Researched by: Adrian Apolonio
Written by: Kirsten Carey, Casey Gonzalez
Hosted by: Cristal Marie
Edited by: Caleb Pryor, Nicholas Fung

Graphics and Thumbnail by: Alex Batchelor
Programming Manager: Cade Hiser
Producers: Adrian Apolonio, Jesse Gouldsbury
Executive Producers: Fred Seibert, Carrie Miller, Jeremy Rosen

Music Provided by Epidemic Sound:
ES_Empty Road — [ocean jams]
ES_I’m Here — Damma Beatz
ES_Lay Low — Dylan Sitts
ES_Odyssey — [ocean jams]
ES_Shinigami — SINY
ES_Snow Day — Dylan Sitts

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Categories: Аниме

47 Replies to “My Hero Academia Differences Anime Vs. Manga — Entrance Exam Arc | Get In The Robot”

  1. how do u guys keep everything in memory? i read the manga a year and + ago so when i watched the anime all that i remember was they hading extra scenes , fillers characters and stoling kaminari moment and turn into another bakugo moment

  2. Toho is one of the companies making the anime, but they AREN'T the ones who made Ultraman! Toho's live-action super-hero series is Zone Fighter, very similar looking super hero but not the same guy. The anime couldn't use Ultraman because Toho doesn't have Ultraman and couldn't get the copyright for him from Chaiyo Productions!

  3. The person who wrote the script does realise when you critique the show for its use of flashbacks, The show is a huge flashback its a retelling of Dekus journey to being the worlds greatest hero

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