My Hero Academy It’s almost over, but there are still some things the series needs to do before it ends. With mangaka Kohei Horikoshi already done with some dangling plot threads like this, hopefully this shows he has plans for the threads on this list as well. If he didn’t, it would make the series a lot less satisfying.
My Hero Academia has a relatively simple premise, following a boy who wants to become the best superhero in the world. However, despite this, the series has grown quite complex during its development, with an ever-expanding cast of characters, each with their own character arc. This means the series has a lot to cover in its final arc, which is a giant fight involving most of the series’ characters. So far, some plot threads have been resolved, such as ending Ochaco and Toga’s relationship with a tragic death, which gives hope that the events on this list will also mentioned soon. Here are ten things that My Hero Academia needs to address before it ends.
10. Make Nighteye’s prediction come true
Nighteye is a hero with the power of Foresight, allowing him to see the results of things that will happen in the future. He and All Might were initially allies until Nighteye saw a premonition that All Might would die a terrible death if he continued being a superhero. Regardless, All Might continued to fight despite the risk to himself, something Nighteye could not bear to witness. Now with All Might in the final battle with All For One, Night Eye’s prediction may come true sooner than fans expect. However, this is a good thing because it finally pays off for the omens from so long ago.
9 Explain the origin of Quirks
There are still many open mysteries regarding the exact nature of Quirks and their origins in the world of My Hero Academia. The official explanation is that Quirks arose as a natural next step in human evolution, but this reason has some major holes and so may not be the whole story. While My Hero Academia doesn’t focus too much on the actual details of how Quirks work, it would still be a shame if the series ended without fleshing out some important elements of the game’s world. It.
8. The fight against the midnight assassin
There are multiple battles occurring simultaneously in the Final War arc, meaning the series probably won’t be able to fully cover all of them. But one thing it absolutely needs to show is the fight between the midnight killer and some Class 1-A students. Midnight was strangely killed off-screen during the Paranormal Liberation War arc, which many fans were not happy about. Midnight’s fight against the self-proclaimed killer could bring about the ending these fans so desperately want. It will also allow Class 1-A to get revenge on one of their favorite teachers and show how much they have grown.
7. Let Deku and Ochaco meet
Deku and Ochaco both have feelings for each other. They let these feelings develop over hundreds of chapters without admitting it to each other, making many fans eagerly wish for them to get together. Many Shonen series are notorious for mishandling the romance aspects, so My Hero Academia may not adequately address their budding romance, but this is still something the series needs to address before end. Otherwise, this whole subplot about Deku and Ochaco falling in love would have been a pointless inclusion, just cruelly getting fans excited for nothing.
6 Revealing Bakugo’s fate
The final season of My Hero Academia shows Bakugo on the brink of death after damaging his heart with his Quirk. Edgeshot is attempting a desperate plan to save the young hero, possibly at the cost of his own life, but it is unclear whether this will succeed. This moment was controversial for many fans, with some loving the series-shattering death because it subverted expectations and others hating it for being so rushed and missed. some perfect opportunities for a more emotionally resonant outcome. But regardless of how fans feel about this moment, with Bakugo being such a popular character, My Hero Academia needed to reveal whether he lives or dies in this final battle.
5 Resolving the Todoroki family tragedy
Despite being a top Hero, Endeavor was an abusive father, whose behavior tore his family apart and turned his eldest son into the self-destructive supervillain Dabi. During the Final Battle, Shoto attempted to confront Dabi and stop his rampage, but this was ultimately not enough as Dabi returned to prolong the Todoroki family tragedy. Todoroki’s entire family then banded together to try to stop him, which appeared to be successful, although the manga is somewhat ambiguous on that point. Due to the importance of Todoroki’s family drama to the series, My Hero Academia could not leave it so open-ended and thus had to revisit it before concluding.
4 Restore order to Japan
After the Occult Liberation War and the release of countless powerful villains from Tartarus prison, Japan became a backward country with ordinary people afraid to even go out alone. This also coincided with the retirement of many pro heroes, which only made the problem worse. With the heroes all fighting to defeat the League of Villains once and for all, the Final War arc’s finale will be the perfect opportunity to restore order to the country. While this likely won’t be an immediate change, as the level of devastation the country is currently suffering may be difficult to recover from, it is necessary to give the series a satisfactory ending.
3 Reveal the narrator
At the beginning of the series, a narrator says that this is the story of how they became the greatest heroes. While it’s possible that this narrator is an older version of Deku recounting his rise to heroism, some fans have theorized that My Hero Academia’s narrator actually has Could be Bakugo. Regardless of who the narrator actually is, fans need to truly see them as the Greatest Hero within the pages of the story itself, or the narrator’s words will lose all credibility. It would also likely provide a satisfying ending to the narrator’s character arc, showing how they’ve truly grown to become the best hero in the series.
Graduation ceremony of 2 classes 1-A
With all the fierce battles going on in Final War, it’s hard to remember that most of My Hero Academia’s main characters are still in high school. Even though My Hero Academia would have been much better if it had paced the events of the story better and this Final War happened around the end of their senior year, Class 1-A’s schooling still is an important thing to consider because even after this conflict ends, they won’t be able to become professional heroes immediately. So their graduation is a necessary part of the series to allow them to become fully grown heroes and show what the next generation can really do.
1 Resolve the conflict between Deku and Shigaraki
One of the most important battles in the series is between Deku and Shigaraki, the successors of One For All and All For One respectively. This battle is currently taking place in the manga, even if it doesn’t get much attention on the page currently. But it has been foretold that this battle may not end in a typical defeat, as Deku has expressed a desire to attempt to reform Shigaraki in the past. Whether this conflict ends in violence or new-found friendship, it is a war that has been building since the series began and therefore needs to truly end instead of ending with a tease of the upcoming fight in the future.
There are many other plot threads and questions that My Hero Academia hopes to address before the series ends, but these are the most important. Horikoshi has expressed a strong desire to complete the series soon, which unfortunately could cause some plot threads to be accelerated or dropped entirely. Unfortunately, this will probably do My Hero Academyits ending is a bit worse, so hopefully all of these points will be satisfactorily resolved before the movie ends for good.