Reviews for What Doesn't Kill Me
Guest chapter 43 . 4/14
Just want to let you know, you are one of the best writers out there, you write in a way that is engaging enough that you don’t turn away, but not too much that you get overwhelmed
Guest chapter 39 . 4/14
Holy shit that would be terrifying, just seeing some dark Hulking figure covered in lightning and speeding at you faster than any car ever could, and none of the weapons you have doing anything to it.
Guest chapter 28 . 4/14
I thought it would be Overhaul (I was right :D), Re-Destro, Nine (I was right again :D), and Flect-Turn
Guest chapter 43 . 3/26
New chapters?
Guest chapter 7 . 3/5
Everyone is ooc. Garbage dialogue. Plot is nonsensical.
Ultrahi chapter 26 . 2/17
Oh that MOFO. He did not just do that to the FL. Nah, bro needs to get broken and then killed by Stain.
Ultrahi chapter 23 . 2/17
NICE. Love how he's boutta beat motherfuckers with a motherfucker
Ultrahi chapter 20 . 2/17
Tbh I'm tempted for him to get OFA anyway and when they try to coerce him he goes all in and they regret screwing themselves harder than AFO
Ultrahi chapter 17 . 2/17
phew, good thing too. Cuz that'd have been some bs
Guest chapter 43 . 2/16
I love this story, when are the new chapters supposed to come out?
Malchior chapter 43 . 2/14
Something popped into my head near the end of this chapter... can Izuku use Trigger for like, an infinite power exploit? Izuku's quirk is a permanent makes permanent changes, and his quirk could make him resistant to the negative side effects of Trigger. So he could get super high on Trigger, enhancing his quirk to crazy effects, then do something to gain resistance, and then come down off the Trigger after his quirk had healed him. The enhanced adaptation will remain, and now Izuku can get high on Trigger again, but this time, more resistant. Eventually, Izuku could just keep chaining Trigger, each time his quirk would be stronger than before because of the adaptation, obtaining higher and higher heights every time snd have no side effects.
Malchior chapter 38 . 2/13
The government cannot force Izuku tk accept the license, nor can they force him to patrol. You are writing your story like it's simply a done deal. Izuku can always just say no, especially if the teachers actually explain something to them.

If the government does try something like that, then there is the public perception of the government conscripting Izuku as a child soldier. Keep in mind too that be is underage, so even if he were to accept, his *mother* still has to agree.

It really feels like you're trying ro write a but more political intrigue jn your story, but you have no concept of what it really is. Especially since you had a government come together and pass a bill/law conscripting Izuku against his will in the span of what, 2 days? If that?

The Hero Commission is the ultimate authority in the Japan for the regulation of heroes. The Diet and their parliamentary body do not, directly, have a say over individuals, be they heroes or civilians. They can only grant powers to, or take power away from, the Commission.

Even if Izuku was willing to get an early license, Izuku would not be willing to be a puppet hero who is directed at their whim. Especiallu this version of Izuku who straight up told everyone to pass off and that he will be a hero regardless of popularity. He's not going to bow down to the political motivations of people who don't actually care about society.

Honestly, with how poorly it's been executed, this entire plot line should be rewritten or dropped entirely. You are forcing it way too hard and it feels drastically out of place. Like, with how quickly this motion was rammed through the government, it would be ridiculously easy to trace who was pulling the strings behind it.

Governments work slowly, and shadowy figures have to use lots of 3rd party manipulations to maneuver things so schemes and moves cannot be traced directly back to them. For a government to have talked about and passed a bill so quickly, you'd basically have rhe equivalent of something like Loed Voldemort appearing in the Minidtry of Magic and ordering his puppet rulers to pass a bill or he kills everyone. Its very apparent who issued orders and pushed something through. Like, in order for this to have happened, AFO's pupils would have had to burn a massive amount of political influence just to pull it off, and even more to even attempt to hide their actions, which will fail quite spectacularly.
Guest chapter 43 . 2/6
New chapter?
Guest chapter 43 . 2/5
So sorry that happened to you, can't wait to see what you do in the next installment.
WearyCurmudgeon chapter 39 . 2/4
Rereading.

The thing about the OfA Doomzuku is, that someone like OfA should be smart enough to realize that Zuzu is too dangerous to counter conventionally.

You either take him out with your first blow, which would be very difficult considering his regeneration. Or you remove him from play by say using a device that can generate dimensional rifts.

Banish him from your dimension means you create the time you need to take over the world, and possibly figure out a way to defeat him, if he were to ever to return.

As to where to send him?
While DC, Marvel or Image seem like easy options, I would recommend the "One Punch Man" setting.

Similar world type as where he came from and the opponents would provide a challenge, if nothing else him and Saitama could end up sparring buddies.

And tech wise, it should eventually allow him to return home to try and set things right, even if it would feel like "the Scouring of the Shire" by comparison.
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