Naming consistency appears to be a reoccuring problem across the wiki for the series name. Are we using the japanese name ''Boku no Hero Academia'' or english name ''My Hero Academia''? I think we should settle on using only one of the two.
I suppose that would be the best thing to do.
Yea, if you search just "Boku no Hero Academia" or "My Hero Academia" on Google, we are the top search result above Crunchyroll and Wikipedia.
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Why change? Things are good as they are. It's really better if we keep things as they currently are, there is really no /need/ to change. I really want to insist on the fact that Boku no Hero Academia is the original title, while My Hero academia is a translated one. But since both appear in the BNHA "logo" I guess it's all good to use both. I just think choosing only MHA wouldn't be good, people wouldn't even know what the real title is.
Azurachan wrote: Why change?
As a wiki, accuracy should matter.
Azurachan wrote: I really want to insist on the fact that Boku no Hero Academia is the original title,
That's the problem. It's not the title.
There are only three options: My Hero Academia, 僕のヒーローアカデミア, Boku no Hīrō Akademia. Only one of these is reasonably accessible for English readers.
Azurachan wrote: while My Hero academia is a translated one.
One translated by the Japanese and printed on all the Japanese merchandise. Maybe they're trying to tell us something?