Bakugo Katsuki, the star student of Eraserhead in My Hero Academia, has a personality that one wouldn't anticipate in a teacher's favorite.
The context of her relationship with Himiko Toga is necessary to fully understand Uraraka Ochaco's "chat about romance" line in My Hero Academia 375.
Midoriya from MHA and Ichigo from Bleach each have a tough-talking tsundere teammate that stands by them despite any disagreements they may have.
Depending on how exactly the Copy, Transform, and Double Quirks work, Monoma could theoretically turn the tide of the final war against the villains.
The devastating conflict between the Hero Association and the Paranormal Liberation Front might act as a motivator for the Class 1-A students.
Though some fans of MHA may have been waiting to see more action from Uraraka, they may not be happy to get what they want in Season 6.
The recent release of Best Jeanist's Hero Mobile is further evidence that My Hero Academia draws heavily from American superhero comics.
Shigaraki had aspirations of becoming a hero when he was younger, but it appears that My Hero Academia fated him to become a villain.
Initially prominently featured in the series, Deku's notebooks are now mostly used as a joke. Could there have been more to this, though?
In My Hero Academia, Todoroki's scar has a tragic backstory, but when you find out that Rei tried to fix it but failed, it becomes even more upsetting.
In My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 19, Deku reaches a new level of strength. This is how the once-Quirkless hero has so quickly changed.
When Deku and Mirio first met in MHA, they were unable to save Eri from Overhaul. But what may have happened if Deku had insisted on holding her back?
Season 6 of My Hero Academia may be the darkest yet, but the upbeat tone does not reflect this shift.
Midoriya's recently discovered power enables him to develop swiftly, but it also demonstrates how similar he is to the main antagonist from My Hero Academia.
All Might has long since retired as the Symbol of Peace, so what good would his death do for Deku's character or MHA's story?
Tanjiro, Yuji and Izuku all faced a starter villain that introduced them to the world of shonen-style combat, but one stands out for unique reasons.
Try as he might, My Hero Academia's Izuku Midoriya can't make villains break down and cry like Tanjiro from Demon Slayer - and for good reason.
The strength of friendship is generally expressed through drawing inspiration, but My Hero Academia demonstrates that it can also be expressed through a good smack.
In Chapter 382, Hitoshi Shinso finally joins the fray of My Hero Academia's most dangerous war, and he's bringing a massive new ally with him.
So far, the villainy has tainted the entire concept of Nomu in MHA, but there may be a solution that allows the heroes to use them for good.
Before All Might and Deku, there was a hero whose actions and firm beliefs resulted in society's chaotic struggle for peace.
It makes no difference whether Deku can beat Class 1-A or vice versa. Theirs was a clash of ideals that had to end with Class 1-A rescuing Deku.
All of My Hero Academia's requirements are quietly met by Himiko Toga's Transform Quirk, making it a result of the Quirk Singularity.
In My Hero Academia Season 6, Ochaco Uraraka's inspirational words save the day, but they also reveal a lot about Deku's role in the anime.
In Chapter 384 of My Hero Academia, All For One's most dependable servant seems to have rebelled against him in a startling turn of events.
MHA has some lovable heroes, but even favorites like All Might have managed to disappoint plenty of people.
Chapter 387 of the My Hero Academia manga confirms an old but popular fan theory that a certain character is indeed related to the Todoroki family.
Although it sounds like an aggravating writing cliche, Endeavor and Dabi's deaths being avoided works within the confines of My Hero Academia's story.
The fiery young hero Katsuki Bakugo appeared to have reached the end of his character arc in My Hero Academia, but his true character arc is just getting started.
All Might's "I am here" is a decent catchphrase. However, compared to the famous lines of other popular superheroes, it could do more to stand out.
It sounds like you're discussing the thematic complexities and character developments in "My Hero Academia," specifically focusing on the ideologies of heroes and villains during the Paranormal Liberation War Arc. This arc delves into the blurred lines between heroism and villainy, and how characters like Hawks and Twice challenge traditional notions of these roles.