The scope for Japanese animation has known no bounds ever since the exploding number of anime fans and the most recent series of the "My hero Academia" proves that the fans are not crazy about the brilliantly framed graphics and story for nothing. The large array of Japanese superhero comics and TV adaptations have gathered attention from all over the world and has gained recognition amongst some of the most critically acclaimed TV shows.
"My hero Academia" is one such Japanese superhero manga, which has been recently added to the New York Times best TV list of 2016. Based on information from Aimefeeds.com, "My hero Academia" currently stands in 7th position and is an outstanding achievement for any Japanese Superhero TV show on an international level.
The plot of the TV show is simple and basic but it has a certain uniqueness of its own and the dynamic sketches and anime makes the entire show lively and impactful. The story revolves around young boy named Izuku Midoriya, who is a regular middle school student and dreams of having a superpower which is known as quirks, as he is usually bullied by many kids in school.
Despite all the torment, he saves one of the bullies against a villain and then as an act of gratitude and appreciation, all the quirks bestow a quirk on him. After this, Izuku Midoriya is sent to the U.A School, which cultivates the superheroes of the future. The story now follows the boy's daily journey to become a great superhero.
The New York Times is one of the most acclaimed lists of the year all over the world and to make a cut into its best TV show list is an honor in itself. According to New York Times the list contains many other prestigious shows such as the Bojack Horseman and Atlanta. Throughout the decades, this list has marked the excellence of a TV show either due to its popularity or the quality of the story and screen plays. The entry of "My hero Academia" has brought a revolution in the international lists as well as the Japanese Manga series.