Top 5: Reasons why Shingeki no Kyojin is better than My Hero Academia | EarthGamer

The time has come to get on the trancazos, and it is that although the fans of the Green Naruto want to say no, Shingeki no Kyojin is on top. Eren GOD, Deku ZZZ, and here are the five reasons why it is so.

The protagonist

Deku is… well that’s it, Deku. Izuku Midoriya isn’t exactly a bad protagonist, he’s just like everyone else. that we have already seen with a few twists that distinguish it.

We all want a good screamer who overcomes himself and manages to overcome his own adversities, but on the other side we have neither more nor less than Eren Jaeger.

the protagonist of Shingeki no Kyojin is at the same time his villainat the same time his point of reference and at the same time the one with whom Isayama made us empathize so that little by little we could question our own fascination with violence and destruction

The development of its history

This is where few shonen can compare to Shingeki no Kyojin and it is that the construction of its history and its world is far superior to almost any job in any magazine dedicated to this demographic.

The plot twists and turns that Isayama made are only comparable to those that Urasawa has made throughout his career, but intended for a teenage audience and not for suckers who drink tetrapack wine.

the final boss

Within My Hero Academia we have All For One, the antithesis of All Might and his quirk inherited and passed from generation to generation. It is true that it is a great plot and lends itself well to the development of the hero and his allies… but as a villain it is a bit weak. Not because he’s not bad and powerful, but because it’s already a bit boring to see villains so villainous that they look like caricatures.

When does Shingeki no Kyojin end?
Eren completely changed the development of Shingeki no Kyojin in each season

On the other hand, Shingeki no Kyojin makes the viewer balls so that finally he doesn’t know who that final boss is. First it seemed to be the Colossal Titan, then it seemed to be the government, then the Beast TitanEven you seem like the villain and that’s the beauty of it. Here evil is not a Manichaean and boring concept, it is a dilemma worth arguing about

the supporting characters

Horikoshi can do a lot of things well, but something that definitely doesn’t work out for him is giving a good place to his secondary characters.. These always appear very occasionally and leave just as they arrive. And already entered in expense, its mismanagement of female characters is even absurd, but that is a topic for another video

star and stripe my hero academia
The definitive heroine… who only appeared half a chapter | Source: Shōnen Jump

On his little plot, Shingeki no Kyojin he did know how to discover all the characters, whether they were recurring or not. All of them have plots of interest that are relevant to what happens in the story, not only for the protagonists, but to understand what state this world is in.

The animation

Bones’s great fort to cheer My Hero Academia it’s his fights and Horikoshi’s unique designs and his large cast of characters. However, it does not present us with something new nor does it feel different from many other works.

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For its part, Wit and MAPPA had two different approaches, but each one had the alacrity to know when to put all the meat on the grill and when to put the brakes on and give it a necessary pause. Balance is always better than constant pointless explosions.

Of course, there are many other reasons why one may or may not be better than another, but we leave those to you. Which do you think is better? the Green Naruto or the Medieval Shinji

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