My Hero Academia Volume 2 by Kohei Horikoshi
See my review of Volume 1 here.
Having gotten into hero high school through the fluke of inheriting the hero All Might's power, Midoriya faces plenty of challenges. The classes are not just academic. The students face plenty of practical tests of their abilities. One test pairs up students in a two-on-two competition. Naturally, Midoriya is teamed up with the cute blonde girl he can hardly talk to because he has a crush on her. They have to face off against Midoriya's sworn enemy Bakugo, who'd like nothing less than to get Midoriya knocked out of school, literally or figuratively. A later test is interrupted by villains who invade the school in hopes of taking down All Might, who has accept a teaching position, partly so he can mentor Midoriya in using the inherited ability.
The story introduces a lot of characters, mostly students. It reads like more set up than forward motion in Midoriya's plot. Even so, I am enjoying the variety of odd powers and some clever use of them.