Uravity from My Hero Academia Channels One For All in Bold Fan Art

May 03, 2023
A striking piece of fan art imagines a scenario in which Uravity from My Hero Academia instead of Deku inherits All Might's One for All.
Uravity from My Hero Academia Channels One For All in Bold Fan Art

My Hero Academia's Ochaco Uraraka, hero name: Uravity, gets a new quirk in this fan art that pictures her wielding One for All.

A Twitter user recently asked for their greatest MHA artwork, and the artist Debby-san reacted by giving an image of Uravity wielding the strength of All Might. The hero is depicted in the artwork wearing her traditional outfit, but with her boots torn and her arms completely bare. The flames of One for All may be seen around her as she carries a big rock. However, she doesn't have Deku's green lightning effects; instead, she has a vivid violet color.

About My Hero Academia's Ochaco Uraraka, aka Uravity

Ochaco Uraraka is a pivotal supporting figure in Studio Bones' anime adaptation of Khei Horikishi's My Hero Academia manga. By touching an object with her fingertips, she can use the ability of Zero Gravity to reverse the effects of gravity. One for All, the quirk she uses in this example, gives the user the ability to combine all of the power of the prior users' quirks. Izuku Midoriya, also known as Deku, Ochaco's love interest and the series' main character, is the most recent user of the power.

The replies to the Tweet were full of support for the artwork and the character. Many users expressed their passion with phrases such as, "This is incredible," "My baby Ochaco," "I wanna cosplay this art so bad," and "She's beauty, and she's grace: she'll punch you in the face." The art was so convincing that one user even asked if the picture was taken from the show, stating, "Wait, does she do this in the show?"

Horikoshi's shonen manga series is currently in the midst of the "Final War" arc, which is a part of the greater "Final Act Saga." The latest chapter kicked up a stir thanks to the return of a major Pro Hero, and the series is set to continue past 2023. In addition, the anime recently released its sixth season, which adapted the "Paranormal Liberation War" and "Dark Hero" arcs. The season saw an array of struggles for the students of Class 1-A, mostly from Deku, who turned into a dark vigilante, called "Dark Deku" by fans. However, Uraraka also got a chance to shine thanks to her powerful speech in the episode "A Young Woman's Declaration."

My Hero Academia’s anime is available on Crunchyroll, with Season 1 also accessible via Netflix. The English translations of the manga can be read on MangaMonster.

Source: Twitter

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