New My Hero Academia Cover Shows Deku’s Dark Side in Color
Izuku Midoriya went through some serious changes as a result of the War Arc, with the young hero aspiring to be the next Symbol of Peace having to take on a much darker form in an effort to hold the Hero Society together. Now, a new manga cover for My Hero Academia has arrived, giving fans a fresh, full color look at the dark aesthetic young Midoriya had to adopt to battle the forces of Shigaraki and All For One in this new creepy. time.
Without going into spoiler territory, Izuku has never had a tougher time in his life as an aspiring crime fighter, going from crime to crime and having to dodge the advances of Shigaraki and All For One. Although All Might tried his best to help his student, Deku did not allow anyone near him, lest they would eventually be harmed by those who sought One For All’s power. The sixth season of the anime adaptation of My Hero Academia is set to arrive this fall, though the war arc could take up the entire season and it might be a while before fans see this. Animated Darth Deku.
Creator Kohei Horikoshi has shared the first look at the cover of Volume 33 of My Hero Academia manga, giving us a whole new look at Deku’s dark look, as well as Uravity and Iida also being highlighted as the young heroes find themselves trying to stop Midoriya’s suicide mission:
— 僕のヒーローアカデミア公式 (@myheroacademia) January 21, 2022
During the latest event known as Jump Festa, Horikoshi himself said that his hugely popular Shonen series had about a year of story time before the epic UA Academy adventure ended. Although the mangaka didn’t hint that the series might return with a sequel, many fans of the series would like to see the main characters grow old and receive their own version of Naruto Shippuden.
What do you think of this new cover for my hero academia? Do you think we’ll see Dark Deku make an appearance in the anime’s sixth season? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the world of UA Academy.
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