‘Boku no Hero Academia’ continues to celebrate the launch of its 100th episode, but this time it leaves us with an animated short full of the scenes that await us this Saturday.
It was posted on the official Twitter account of Kohei Horikoshi’s manga adaptation this Friday, giving way to 15 action-packed seconds.
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With the heroes of Classes 1-A and 1-B about to close the team battle arc, Midoriya and his friends appeared, interacting with the other heroes, before ending the training.
The 12th episode of this season will be titled ‘The New Power and All For One,’ which means that we will finally start to connect the dots on Midoriya’s new stage.
He’ll find it increasingly difficult to justify his growth to his companions now that he’s unlocked a new ability that allows him to manipulate dark energy whips without revealing the secret.
Although it is already problematic at the class level when we consider the significance of this awakening, both Deku and All Might will realize that the final battle is approaching.
The bond between the brothers is strengthening, and everything points to Deku being the heir who ends All For One and avenges the ancient bearers of the singularity.
More About My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia, also known as Boku no Hero Academia, follows the adventure of Izuku Midoriya, a powerless human in a world populated with superpowers. Despite being Quirkless, Izuku dreams of becoming the number hero. One day, Izuku meets All Might, the number one hero. All Might sees Midoriya as the successor to his quirk, known as One for All, and decides to make the young boy the next One for All user. Midoriya accepts the power and enrolls in U.A. High School. Shortly after, Izuku discovers that being a hero is much more complicated than he thinks. With the help of his friends and fellow aspiring heroes, Deku starts to grow with his new power.
My Hero Academia is a Japanese manga series created by Kohei Horikoshi. Shueisha serialized the Boku no Hero Academia manga series in July 2014. Since its publication, the manga has already reached 30 volumes. The first season of the My Hero Academia TV anime adaptation premiered in 2016, followed by several anime films.
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