Popular illustrator Crain’s My Hero Academia Shigaraki has been called “over the top” and “the most breathtaking piece of art ever” after capturing the attention of fans of the franchise on X (formerly Twitter).
The fan art video features MHA villain Tomura Shigaraki looking especially menacing in a stark black, white, and red portrait. Shigaraki stood with a menacing smile, his white hair falling down and obscuring most of his face. A close-up of Shigaraki’s red eyes flickers ominously over his figure – an appropriate representation of the villain’s disturbing personality and deep aspirations.
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The illustrator behind the fan art, Crain (@Crain1Art on X), has been praised by fans for his beautiful artwork and unique art style. Many fans responded to Crain’s Shigaraki fan art stating that he was “cooked” and made a complete blast. Others hailed the work as “perfect,” “amazing,” and even “the most breathtaking work of art ever seen.” The artist has now amassed over 70,000 followers on X, posting illustrations of characters primarily from My Hero Academia, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Chainsaw Man, although he also occasionally posts works from other stories like Demon Slayer, Oshi no Ko, Kagurabachi and the newly released movie. Level up alone.
My Hero Academia’s Shigaraki is one of the most tragic villains in the series. Out of all the MHA powers, Shigaraki’s decomposition ability, which allows him to decompose anything he touches with all five fingers, is possibly the most dangerous. It led to the accidental slaughter of his entire family as a child – the perfect tragic story for an anime villain – and from there essentially sealed his fate as a villain. face of resignation. After all, the rotten Quirk does not easily fit into the hero’s outfit. The finale of My Hero Academia Season 6 teases the opening of the “Star and Stripe” arc, in which there will be a big fight between Shigaraki and the official hero of the arc.
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Created by Kohei Horikoshi in 2014, My Hero Academia is a manga and anime series set in a world where the majority of the population possesses superpowers called Quirks. Aspiring heroes, including the initially powerless Izuku Midoriya, overcome challenges at UA High School to protect society from villains. The series explores themes of self-discovery and heroism set in a world filled with superhuman abilities.
My Hero Academia Season 7 is scheduled to premiere on April 4, 2024. The previous six seasons are available to stream on Hulu and Crunchyroll. VIZ Media handles distribution of the manga in North America.
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