I first heard of My Hero Academia through and AMV on YouTube. I thought it was going to be a cutsie shonen battle anime, but after watching the first season, I realized that I had stumbled upon something truly special.My Hero Academia is set in a world where 80% of the population has been given a superpower, or a "Quirk", is they are called. No one knows where quirks came from or why people have them. Know the world is protected by Heroes who can learn how to be a hero through various schools, with the best being U.A. Academy, where the current Number 1 hero in the world, All Might, was an alumnus.The story follows the protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, a middle school graduate who was not born with any powers, yet still yearns to become a hero. After a chance encounter with All Might, Izuku learns a terrible truth and becomes disheartened when he is told that he can't be a hero if he doesn't possess a quirk. But after trying to save his old friend turned enemy, Katsuki Bakugo, from a villain attack, All Might sees that he is wrong about Midoriya, and decides to take him as an apprentice.The show is unlike any I have seen in recent years. The storytelling, world building, character development, everything is so well done it is a major contender to become the next shonen hit. Unlike Black Clover, which is just terrible, MHA is terrific to say the least. It is witty and fun, but also dramatic and explosive in just the right amount that you remain hooked, awaiting the next episode. But what the show does right is that it throws away the old trope of giving a shows characters new powers out of the blue, but instead takes their powers and has each character work to improve their existing power, growing in strength and experience.My Hero Academia is the best show I have seen since One Punch Man and I highly recommend watching it. Also Tohru is best girl.