My Hero Academia reveals a new look at the best professional heroes


My Hero Academia releases new illustrations of the world’s highest ranked professional heroes, Flame Hero Endeavor and Wing Hero Hawks.

New illustrations have been released showing the number one and two ranked heroes in My hero academia‘s Hero Billboard Chart: Endeavor Throwing Flame and Winged Falcons.

The new illustrations were unveiled through the official My hero academia Twitter account to promote the current fifth season of the anime. The first image shows Hawks, also known as Keigo Takami, as he appears in the anime. The second image shows Endeavor, the father of Class 1-A Shoto Todoroki and currently the world’s number one hero. The picture shows Endeavor in his updated suit, which he received after All Might’s retirement. Both characters play an important role in the current season of the anime, with Hawks looking to stop the Meta Liberation Army while Endeavor trains Midoriya and Bakugo to make the most of their potential.

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My hero academiaThe fifth season premiered in March and is currently still on the air. The anime is directed by Kenji Nagasaki, who also directed all 3 My hero academia movies, as well as other anime like Gundam Build Fighters. The show is produced by the Bones studio, best known for their work on Eureka Seven Y Fullmetal Alchemist. The anime is based on the original manga, which was created by Kohei Horikoshi and began serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2014. The series tells the story of Izuku Midoriya, a child without superpowers in a world where most people are born with a “Gift”, a superhuman ability unique to each individual. Despite his lack of a special ability, Izuku dreams of becoming a hero, and finally gets his chance when he meets the world’s most famous superhero, All Might, who entrusts Midoriya with an ability that could one day be the key to save the world. .

Since its launch, My hero academia has become one of the most popular anime and manga series in the world, with more than 50 million copies in circulation worldwide.

My hero academia is available to stream on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. The manga is localized and distributed by VIZ Media in North America.

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