My Hero Academia Smash!! Is a Yonkoma comedy manga written and illustrated by Neda Hirofumi. The series is a spin off of the Shonen Jump series My Hero Academia, written by Kohei Horikoshi. Much of the comedy of the series comes from depicting the everyday lives of the students of class 1A (and sometimes the villains as well) or parodying events of the main series, which often times results in some bizarre Alternate Continuities.
This series provides examples of:
- Alternate Continuity: The series has many examples of alternate events from the main story, such as Midoriya and Uraraka winning the Heroes vs. Villains exercise by Uraraka convincing Iida to give up, or Bakugou escaping his capture by the Villain Alliance by beating them in a game of Life.
- Butt-Monkey: Kurogiri gets this treatment often in parts focused on the Villain Alliance, most noticably when he plays the King's game with Shigaraki, Toga and Dabi.
- Christmas Episode: Chapter 8, which has the 1A students help All Might with a charity project.
- Comically Missing the Point: When Midoriya is attempting to use One for All by visualizing the "egg not exploding" he realizes he's never put an egg in a microwave.
- Comically Serious: Iida, very much so. When Recovery Girl kisses him in order to heal him with her quirk, he becomes troubled because he believes they have to get married.
- Dragged into Drag: Happens to Midoriya, Satou and Mineta when they help Midnight with a charity event.
- Extreme Doormat: Momo, she makes school supplies for everyone who asks for it, and even creates an expensive bike for Sero.
- Gender Swap: One bonus chapter has a villain which reverses the gender and quirk of whoever it effects. Naturally, one of the main gags is Mineta and Kaminari go around gushing about how attractive the boys-turned-girls are.
- Mundane Utility: Momo does absurdly well on the physical test because her quirk lets her do things like "running" by using a scooter or "tossing" a ball with a cannon.
- Power Perversion Potential: Apparently Mount Lady makes a significant chunk of her income by stepping on people. She wishes she didn't have to resort to that, but it's the only way to pay off the collateral damage her power causes.
- Talking Your Way Out: Uraraka does this to Iida in the Heroes vs. Villains exercise, where she takes advantage of his method acting and convinces him to give up because his motivations are flawed.