Who is the best senior hero and why is it mount lady?
>1/3rd of the spin off manga is Mount Lady suffering
>Alternately, how fucked is Hands if Deku just grabbed his finger and pulled it back, y'know, like bending it the way it wasn't meant to? Or if Hands got a finger cut off?
It would stop him momentarily, but I think his power would just reroute itself and would only need 4 fingers, meaning that if shigaraki notices that, he'd cut off at least 2 finders on each hand to make his power activate faster and eliminate weak points.
>>It's because they're smiling like there are no hopeless people on this planet
So he wants everyone to feel as hopeless as he was sometime?
You dense motherfucker, you still don't get it, that's jealousy, not a conviction, Stain still trumps you all over.
most people are against THE REASON WHY the characters were changed, wich was PC pandering.
this could still be accepted if they could have least made the writing or the art good but most of the time it has been terrible.
Take Miles Morales, the black kid that became the new spider-man for example. Most people dislike him now because he's boring and has absolutely none of the charm Parker had.
>>That look of panicked fear on her face as she tells Shigaraki to step away
>>She's mentally prepared to fight Shigaraki if necessary
I know you're probably doing this on purpose Horikoshi, but I'm sold. I love the Ochako.
All For One is the wheelchair dude that guides Shigaraki as the dude on the monitor in the bar Shigaraki hangs out in.
He's 150+ years old, and has the quirk to take and transfer quirks to and from others. He's the dude who killed All Might's sire and wounded All Might.
"One For All" is the name of All Might's quirk.
Here's the short version of the ultimate badguy's story:
-Quirks showed up ~150ish years ago if Horikoshi is using the generally accepted definition of "generation".
-Society naturally went through an Xmen style upheaval but thankfully a bit less nasty for the "mutants" since the "x-gene" of MHA manifested in 80%+ of the population instead of 1%.
-All For One has the quirk to take quirks from others and either use them himself, or pass them on to others. He nearly takes over the country from the shadows by "saving" people with quirks by removing them, and making super monsters (noumus) by stuffing their quirks into willing or unwilling victims.
-All For One had a brother who was weak, and presumed quirkless. For some reason (either pity, or to gain control of him), All For One gave him a super strength quirk that slowly gathers power over time.
-The truth is, his brother DID have a quirk. A useless quirk whose only gimmick was the ability to pass itself on at the will of the user. The power gathering quirk and his combined to form One For all.
-The brother knew he wasn't strong enough to beat All For One, so he passed his quirk onto someone he felt worthy.
-8 bearers later, it arrives at Midoriya.
-All Might's sire is mortally wounded by All For One and passes OFA on to All Might, who then manages (he THINKS) to kill All For One 5 years ago while taking the wounds that have destroyed his body.
>Society naturally went through an Xmen style upheaval but thankfully a bit less nasty for the "mutants" since the "x-gene" of MHA manifested in 80%+ of the population instead of 1%
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Deku's generation is said to be made up almost exclusively of children with quirks, which makes me think that the 20% of quirkless people is mostly made up of the folks from the older generations where quirks weren't as common. From that I'd imagine that 150 years before, the population of people with quirks would be much smaller.
Shigaraki's face is so fucking scary.
We all tend to agree that BnHA is shounen cliche done right, but Horikoshi is serving up something not quite cliche - the rise of a mighty villain.
It's pretty simple when you think about it, instead of showing the trials and self-doubts a protagonist goes through to become a hero, we are seeing the same developments, except in Shigaraki's case he descends deeper into villainy.
What do you guys think will be the end-game? Will AFO be the final boss? Or will Shigaraki supplant him and assume that role?
Of course that's assuming Horikoshi doesn't fuck this up by trying to redeem him with a PTA-friendly turn of events.
I see the endgame this way:
>Shigaraki kills All Might in front of the whole world and Deku
>Seconds later All For One appears and kills Shigaraki
>Shigaraki was only a puppet
>AFO didn't want to risk anything this time to get rid of OFA so he used Shigaraki
>Deku will have to fight AFO to save the whole world
>After Deku defeats AFO Deku will loose OFA and it will stop existing
>OFA did it's purpose to defeat AFO and this strong Quirk isn't needed anymore
>Deku became the hero who saved the whole world from AFO
>His friends will continue to their hero careers and Bakugo will become that what he said in the early chapters, the No.1 hero
>Deku is now the Quirkless principal at U.A. and continues to help people, this time by raising the new generation of heroes
But she would get her ass
You know such a thing isn't possible
Powerloader might be more important later on. He was one of the early sketches released before the series started.
Could be that all the teachers just happen to be early design rejects form him?
Midnight was suppose to be Class A teacher but was swap for Aizawa because he was more fitting and Snipe originally appear to be an important character in BnHA one-shot despite having little screen time in the manga. I just think that any design he came up with but couldn't find a use to put into the story he will just made them teachers at U.A. so they wouldn't be left out entirely.
That just a guess though, I personally hope we do get to see more of the other teachers because Snipe design is too good not to use.
assumptions I'm making from images alone
>Shigaraki's power is a five-finger contact power like Uraraka's
>Deku and Shigaraki share an aspect of their ideals
when does TLfag normally show up?
>instead, become financially successful
Truly a plan filled with American spirit.
Fixed up some translation and grammar errors because nightmares of shitty grammar past will comes back to haunt me if I don't.
Especially page 08. My efforts to emulate the tone of a troubled teenage girl struggling to come to terms with her budding emotions concerning a certain young man severely degraded my mental functions.
I really do enjoy how Horikoshi handled Ochako's reaction to Shigaraki. I don't think I've ever seen the main cast of a Shonen series handle a dangerous situation so calmly, or that their first response is to call the police.
The realism is a nice touch.
Thinking about it, what would have Cementoss have hardbod and sugar do? Get Satou to throw Kirishima towards the gate? If they got separated, they would've had even less of a chance.
Its been done. It flopped. Which is a shame, because I really liked it, or remember liking it a lot anyway. It could actually be terrible, but I haven't read it since I was like a pre-teen.
Might as well dump these. Getting them from twitter is hell.
Can anyone read rising sun runes? There's some juicy information on these.
Since this guy hasn't shown up again, I've kind of lost my crack assumption that he's got something to do with AFO. Is there a note about any surreptitious villainy anywhere on this page?
Shigaraki has "To be healed by Deku" written all over him. It's rather apparent he only hates the world because it doesn't notice him suffering, thus he wants to make it feel his suffering in turn.
Ochako is one of the most hax characters in this series along with that black hole creating faggot. Why is she depicted as a weak hero when she can literally send anyone out of Earth's orbit with a single touch?
I'm pretty sure she has a hard height limit, considering she has a weight limit. Also, Ochako's quirk is touching stuff with her figertips and willingly making it float, whereas Hands quirk seems involuntary. Never really thought about that before, but its interesting.
His name has 爆(explosion), 心(heart) and 地 (ground) so a naive interpretation would be "the land at the heart of an explosion."
Apparently 心地 together means "sensation" or "feeling", so another interpretation of his name would be "the feeling of the explosion", though that would read differently.
It's probably also a play on 爆死 (bakushi), meaning death by explosion.
The things she touches float pretty damn slowly, but yes, unless you have some way of manoeuvring in the air you're fairly screwed.
She's pretty unlucky in her year. Baku, Iida, Deku, Aoyama and probably Todoroki and Momo can use recoil to fly around; Shouto can fly with his tentacle wings and Fumikage might be able to fly with shadow wings, while Sero and Froppy can pull themselves around with their tape and tongue. About half her class are effectively immune to her quirk.
Ochako has one of the more interesting quirks honestly. Just cause you can't make your opponent float directly doesn't mean she's totally screwed. She could, say, make a broken piece of ground or platform float from underneath her enemy, and have them either have to adjust for balance (thereby limiting movement) or sacrifice balance and be subjected to gravity. Shit could be quite dangerous, even if they only fall 5 feet.
I remember that. People seem to forget that Bakugo remained airborne for almost the entirety of the obstacle course. Ochako plan of hitting him with rocks really was the best alternative in that situation.
Like, don't get me wrong I enjoyed it.
But his writing was incredibly choppy, the dialogue was repetitive/poorly written, and the themes were implemented so poorly.
Stuff like Sanosuke's random in forest training session, his fight in kyoto, the robot (especially the second time), and the final fight were so poorly written.
His peak was Shishio's character.
It still got canceled before it's conclusion, robbing us of the final showdown with Victor.
It did stop the writing of an arc after that, which would have been filled with dumb moon stuff, so maybe it turned out alright.
Honestly, I feel like Watsuki is the kind of creator who just gets fucked over by common trends. An western in a society besides America? Thats unique and has the potential to become complex. A shonen series focused on alchemy? That could be really interesting. But instead, everything he makes gets cancelled left and right. He's got really cool ideas, its just that the industry he's working with is absolute shit.