Kohei Horikoshi, artist behind the drawings and history of My Hero Academia (we recover the most recent volume released in Italy), spoke of a recent comic scene that appeared in the manga on the occasion of the new interview published in the spring issue of Jump GIGA, magazine edito da Shueisha on a seasonal basis.
In this regard, here is what the author said (English translation from Japanese courtesy of user @Atsushi101X its Twitter):
“Surely the face of Endeavor when he found himself forced to reconcile his duties as a hero and his duties as a father after the revelation of Dabi. Just the part where he looked like a real father. I think I did a good job. The editorial department started laughing once they read the chapter and I think that was the reaction I expected“.
The revelation of Dabi, or son of Endeavor and consequently brother of Shoto, has been chased by the while of the fans for some time, but Horikoshi-sensei took some time to reach this conclusion.
The thing that shook Endeavor, remember being the current Hero Number 1, was precisely the awareness of having a son who actually plays a prominent role within the League of Villain. Therefore, from now on, it will be really complicated for the brave hero to reconcile his duties, just as Kohei Horikoshi declares.
Recall that on the occasion of the same interview, the Japanese author also took up the speech of the manga’s finale. You can retrieve the statements here.
My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia is made up of four seasons all available in free streaming on the platform VVVVID. The first four seasons and the OAVs were broadcast unencrypted by the networks Mediaset, obviously dubbed in Italian, between 2018 and 2021. You can recover the series on home video thanks to Dynit who made 3 blu-ray boxes for the first two seasons, also with Italian audio, My Hero Academia Season 1, My Hero Academia Stagione 2 – Box 1 e My Hero Academia Stagione 2 – Box 2.
The Season 5 simulcast on Crunchyroll. Two films are also linked to the anime series: Two Heroes e HEROES RISING both always went out for Dynit. A third animated film has also been announced, details in this article!
The anime is based on the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi, still being published. The manga is published in Italy by Star Comics editions who has published 27 volumes so far.
For those unfamiliar with here is a brief synopsis of the series:
In a world where being superheroes is the norm, being born without special powers is equivalent to a real misfortune. Izuku Midoriya will have to go all out to get a superpower, and despite the feat it seems impossible that anyone will eventually notice his abilities.