A talented My Hero Academia fan artist paints a group photo featuring Stain and several other members of the Crime Alliance.
A My Hero Academia fan artist has highlighted Stain and several other iconic villains from the beloved series. A Twitter user named @minji_fox created the aforementioned portrait, which features Stain and Himiko Toga, Dabi, Twice and Spinner. Each of these villains is a member of the Occult Liberation Front, a group that aims to tear down a hero-dominated society and replace it with one ruled by villains.
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Chizome Akaguro, aka Hero Killer: Stain, is the main antagonist of the “Vs. Hero Killer” of the series, in which protagonist Izuku Midoriya teams up with several other heroes to take down the main villain. His unique Quirk ability is called ‘Bloodshed’, which allows him to paralyze people after tasting their blood. Stain’s main motivation in the series is to rid the world of what he considers ‘false heroes’ i.e. heroes who value money and Because of this, All Might is the only hero he has. acknowledge and respect. In the popular anime adaptation of BONES, Go Inoue voices Stain in the original Japanese version.
My Hero Academia’s League of Villains
Himiko Toga acts as a villain in several MHA arcs. Her ability, “Transformation”, allows her to become a perfect clone of her opponent after eating their blood. In the anime, Misato Fukuen voices Himiko. Dabi is obsessed with revenge as the eldest son of Endeavor and, like his father, can use his Quirk to create destructive flames from his body. Hiro Shimono voices him in the anime. Twice’s ability gives the villain the power to create exact replicas of living and non-living entities, provided he has the correct measurements. Twice voiced by Daichi Endo. Spinner uses his Quirk to climb walls and maximize his size and strength in combat. His costume also closely resembles Stain’s due to his admiration for the villain. Ryo Iwasaki voices Spinner. Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in July 2014. An anime adaptation of BONES debuted in April 2016 and received five sequels in the following years, with the final volume of Season 6 premiered on March 25 of this year. After the episode aired, BONES announced it would produce My Hero Academia Season 7, though the studio has yet to reveal a release date. My Hero Academia is currently available to stream on Hulu and Crunchyroll. The comic is available in English from VIZ Media. Source: Twitter