Courses are coming soon, the latest season will start in October this year. Fans have been patiently awaiting the confrontation between the students of Class 1-A and a newly formed threat called the Paranormal Liberation Front, led by Shigara Yumura, largely thanks to what happened last season, bringing Some much-needed courage and desperation. Viewers not only saw how Shigaraki came to power by combining the League of Villains and the Yuan PLA, but also his motives, leaving some wondering how our opponent went wrong.
Shigaraki is making the perfect All For One successor, leaving everyone fidgeting for the next storyline. The upcoming season is understandably exciting given the emotional note that comes with an unexpected role, Deku’s new quirk, and the Eagles’ pivotal role. A lot happened last season, and it gave fans an exhilarating feeling when we saw the puzzles begin to blend into what must be an epic conflict! But there may be some critical context that you need to refresh yourself to grasp what the hero will face. So allow me to guide you through what you need to know as we begin our sixth season!
Superhero stories tend to focus on the origin of the hero, so seeing the show focus on Shigara Yumura in the comic book fan-favorite “My Villain Academy” arc is a pleasant change. During the battle with the Yuan PLA, Shigara flashes back to his childhood, revealing the pain he endured as a putatively eccentric kid who longed to be a hero, just like Deku. However, the “boring” experiences of Tokujiu and Shigara are quite different. Shigaraki’s father’s “no heroic” policy brought about mental and physical abuse and fueled resentment against his father and possibly other family members who didn’t help him. Things take a fatal turn when Shigaraki’s Decay quirk occurs, causing anything to disintegrate when touched. In a shocking revelation, he unknowingly murders his dog and family, causing Shigaraki to become hysterical. But the fun of murdering his father cemented Shigaraki’s twisted mentality now, shaping him into the charismatic villain we know today.
This sad retelling is great and makes fans sympathize with evil villains like Shigara. By this point, Shigara’s goal appears to be to gain members for the villainous league to defeat the Almighty and destroy this heroic society, but the tragic story of his childhood explains why he has lost love to a world that hasn’t been lent to him. When it is time to protect vulnerable children from their fathers, lend a helping hand. When he lives on the street, the commoners don’t come to help him, and they reach out wholeheartedly rather than heroes, further twisting Shigaraki’s roots as a child. As he and the villain alliance prove their worth as powerful forces, Shigara’s evolution begins, undergoing a painful process of body modification to become stronger than anyone, including All for One. A stronger, more unhinged Shigaraki won’t be great news for our hero the following season.
But as the power of Shigara and the Paranormal Liberation Front increases, professional heroes are doing the same, thanks to a popular hero turned double agent. Since his debut in the series, the Eagles have stole the show. There was an air of mystery surrounding the Eagles’ meeting with Dabi early in the season after the Nomu attack left Endeavor’s facial scar (side note: Shoto’s sarcastic comment on the scar is awesome!). When we learn that the Eagles are being recruited by the Public Safety Council for the dangerous mission of infiltrating the League of Villains, doubts about loyalty are quickly resolved, hoping for any information that will help eliminate this threat. So far, Hawkes appears to have succeeded in his mission, using the book “Meta Liberation War” to carefully deliver a coded message to the Endeavour informing him of a planned attack within four months. It gives our hero both a huge deadline and enough tension in the story to captivate the audience. Eagle is the perfect hero to play the role and keep audiences guessing about his motives and ultimate goal. How can I stress how this helped revitalize, as a long-running series, it was sometimes difficult to maintain audience interest.
Misleading and planned in these plans has spread to UA as they resume work research to prepare for this imminent threat Level 1-A and 1-B. Despite some pro heroes skeptical of recovery, Endeavour was able to connect the dots to Hawks’ coded message and his meeting with the Public Safety Commission (give a fun little epiphany). While some students may be keen to figure out what’s going on, some don’t realise how dangerous the next exam will be, raising huge concerns this upcoming season. Sure, the Eagles playing on both sides is a fun diversion to keep an eye on the road ahead, but how these lies and deceptions are handled next season is sure to evoke a variety of emotions that people don’t normally feel when watching. . You’re usually happy to see your favorite student succeed on the road to becoming a professional hero, but now a subtler but more terrifying threat surrounds them, an enemy that may lurk among friends. Betrayal and backstabbing are likely to be the main themes of the upcoming season, with all setups involving the Eagles, not to mention rumors of a double agent at UA
While it’s refreshing to see other characters have Opportunity to develop, whether through an influence upgrade like Shigara or getting story attention like an eagle, we can’t ignore our future number one hero, Deku. The One For All successor made a discovery last season. Hi quirk unlocks a new hidden ability that baffles his peers (including All Might), dubbed Blackwhip. It wakes up during the joint training arc with Class 1-B, and under his brainwashing, Jen is again Deku’s catalyst. In his unconscious state, Deku is visited by a fifth user of One For All, who wields a black whip, introducing to everyone that his predecessor’s Quirks are now added to One For All. Before disappearing, Deku is told that six more Quirks will appear, giving new meaning to Deku’s quest to master the Quirks that All Might has given him. Of course, in typical fashion, Deku begins training to take control of Blackwhip (who else is surprised that Bakugo agrees to help with the training?), which may be necessary for this new threat that is about to lay siege to the world. War is coming, and if Deku wants to be considered the next hero to be the number one hero, he has to be strong enough to play a key role in stopping it.
It’s going to be an emotional roller coaster as we witness the paranormal liberation war next season. Many are excitedly awaiting the confrontation between Deku and Shigaraki (possibly influenced by the Eagles). But it’s interesting that it continues to develop its stories and lore. I hope this will mean more characters getting attention (more Mirko please!) and a chance to shine. Last season ended on a high note with many viewers wondering what’s coming next, and being able to add more pieces to the board will only create more memorable moments that fans love. There’s a sense that this storyline will be upheaval on both sides and should be heading in unpredictable directions, making it a must-see in the fall!