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My Hero Academia Gives Status Update on Aizawa, Mirko and More

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My Hero Academia Updates: With its latest episode, My Hero Academia provided an update on Shota Aizawa, Mirko, and other heroes. The heroes and the Paranormal Liberation Front have had one of their toughest fights ever, and the current string of episodes has been festering in the immediate wake as it sets the tone for a whole new status quo moving ahead.

As a result of this fallout, a pause was taken to focus on the hero culture as a whole, as the heroes have been severely harmed or killed in the war’s numerous conflicts.

The latest chapter of the series delves much further into this by including a short status report on some of the heroes who have suffered the most as a result of the fighting.

Shota Aizawa, Mt. Woman, Kamui Forests, Mirko, and others are among the heroes training for their next step in life, which will see them return to the frontline to combat the villains tougher than they have ever battled previously.

My Hero Academia: Aizawa, Mirko

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The highest heroes’ reckoning with the general population begins in Chapter 306. With the revelations about Endeavor and Hawks‘ shady pasts, the focus has shifted to what the hero’s position will be in this universe after the villains’ resounding victory.

We have a quick rundown on how the hero culture as a whole has been recovering. Not only are they constructing makeshift shelters at U.A. Academy and other locations, but others are even sinking in their heels and preparing for the war ahead.

Morning Midnight is curing Mt. Lady and Kamui Woods, Aizawa is going along without the use of one of his eyes or legs, and Mirko is carving something to cover her lost hand.

Rather than succumbing to the heat and quitting as some of their fellow heroes, those who were genuinely a part of the struggle who truly wish to fight for the citizens would emerge from this conflict stronger as a community. That covers people like Izuku Midoriya, who is branching out despite having followed his own route to become a pro.