Class 1A in UA is in for a survival training. However, for this training they have some special guest, 4 students from a rival school. One is an old friend of Tsu, while the other doesn't hits off with Bakugou in the wrong way. The training obviously doesn't go Midoriya's way.
If for some reason you do not watch this OVA episode, it won't really matter at all. It has no attachment to the actual series or films, it is an extra (as Bakugo says). So no pressure in having to watch this, you won't miss anything. It starts off talking about Asui's friend from her old school and a little insight of her life, but it's really about another school coming to UA and them doing a training exercise together that goes wrong- due to someone's quirk. Nothing special, the plot is alright if you're bored and want to explore extra bnha stuff. There's nothing really in fault or to complain about so, that's why I gave it an 8. It's not meant to be amazing.
Froggy-family introduction. What a way to start a side-story. All right so this OVA explores more students at U.A. Academy and their quirks... or it’s supposed to. Really it’s about Tsuyu and her friend. While Deku’s analytical skills and Bakugo’s temper are present, they’re not the focus but neither are any of the other characters or their quirks. Most of the teams have so little screen time that it makes one wonder why the animators bothered including them. There's no real team vs team or class vs class fighting going on. One student uses their quirk to take-over most of the main characters and they go on a rampage that's over quicker than quick. The most enjoyable thing to write about this OVA is a spoiler. So I’ll just say it involves a secret possibly getting revealed in a very comedic way. For an OVA promoted to be about “a joint practice session” involving U.A. Academy heroes in training this was a let down. There was far too much material jammed into less than 23 minutes. This would have fared much better as a simple reuniting of friends. It needed to be a mini-series, several OVA episodes, or an arc in the anime itself. More practice matches between cohorts is a great way to explore a variety of characters and since My Hero Academia is teeming with so many it’s a shame the ensemble fails to get explored the way they deserve.
There is no discussion yet for this series.