Midoriya goes Full Cowl for the first time, Shigaraki and League of Villians make their second move and Iida faces The Hero Killer Stain head on.
We get to see the working world of the Pro Heroes and Midoriya meets All Might’s mentor, the small but fearsome Gran Torino.
As Class 1-A create their hero identities and choose what Hero Agencies they want to shadow, Iida is dealing with the family tragedy involving his brother.
Shouto Todoroki and Katsuki Bakugo face off in the Tournament Finale as the Sports Festival Arc comes to a close.
“Fight on, Iida” covers the aftermath of Midoriya and Todoroki’s fight, the match-ups leading to the final round of the Tournament as well as the introduction of a new villain.
Midoriya and Todoroki’s battle soars to dizzying heights, turning into one of best climaxes of My Hero Academia.
Uraraka pulls a surprise move on Bakugo in the last Round One Tournament Battle.
My Hero Academia‘s latest episode blitzes through the first round of UA Sports Festival’s Tournament as we prepare for Uraraka and Bakugo’s fight.
The battle between Midoriya and Shinso comes to its conclusion with more revelations of the nature of “One for All,” Shinso’s backstory and the Todoroki father-son reunion. Continue reading “Review: My Hero Academia Ep. 20 – Victory or Defeat”
Todoroki’s past reveals that not all heroes are good people and Midoriya’s fight with Shinso begins.