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Character Sheet for My Hero Academia characters that originate from movies based on the series.

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My Hero Academia: Two Heroes Characters

I-Island Inhabitants

    Melissa Shield 

Melissa Shield

Voiced by: Mirai Shida (Japanese), Erica Mendez (English), Ivett Toriz (Latin American Spanish)

Debut: There's Always Someone Out There Who's Someone Else's Hero (Manga), My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirkless

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"I want to become a person who can create support items to help heroes like Mister Might! Perhaps I, too, can become someone's hero someday."

A Quirkless girl introduced in My Hero Academia: Two Heroes. She's David Shield's daughter who wishes to follow in her father's footsteps.

She also starred in her own spin-off manga chapter called There's Always Someone Out There Who's Someone Else's Hero and made a short appearance in Episode 58 of the anime.


  • A Day in the Limelight: There's Always Someone Out There Who's Someone Else's Hero, which focuses on her learning she is Quirkless and meeting All Might.
  • Affectionate Nickname: "Uncle Might" for All Might.
  • Bespectacled Cutie: Normally wears a pair of glasses, and is cute enough to make Kaminari and Mineta go crazy for her. Subverted in her formal attire - she wears a dress, adds lipstick and removes her glasses - presumably opting for contacts.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: When she realizes that her father was behind the villain attack on I-Island, she calls him out on it, saying that Midoriya and his classmates are risking their lives to save everyone. To emphasize her point, she rips off her bandages, revealing an injury she received while protecting Midoriya.
  • The Cameo: In episode 58 of the anime, where she invites All Might to I-Island, setting up the movie.
  • Establishing Character Moment: She's introduced when she rides her pogo stick into All Might's arms, showing how close they are before converting her pogo stick into an item the size of a flip phone, demonstrating that she's a Gadgeteer Genius.
  • First-Name Basis: She asks the U.A. students to call her "Melissa," and also calls Ochaco by her given name.
  • Foil: Melissa is one for Izuku. Both of them were born Quirkless and were devastated upon hearing the news. Izuku was tormented endlessly by his peers for his Quirklessness, causing him to try and become a Hero even without the benefit of one until he received One For All later in life. By contrast, Melissa met All Might at an early age, who assured her that she would be able to help people just as much as any Hero by offering support through her inventions like her father David. Because of this, she was inspired to become a support item designer in hopes of helping Heroes save even more people.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Since she's one of the minority that doesn't have a Quirk, she focuses on inventing support items for heroes like her father does. Her equipment seems to be vastly more advanced than even Mei's, compressing pogo sticks into a tiny device the size of an earpiece that can be activated and deactivated with a push fo a button. Her Full Gauntlet allows Izuku to use 30% of One For All without repercussions and even fire off three full power Detroit Smashes without injuring himself before it's destroyed.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Blonde-haired and a kind, outgoing girl who wants to do nothing but develop inventions that can help the Heroes she admires save even more people.
  • Hot Scientist: She sends Izuku into a panic in their first meeting, and Kaminari and Mineta can't stop going nuts through the whole movie about how she's an angel, especially after she changes into her sexy formal party dress. She also designed a device that can protect against the impact and recoil of THREE full power punches from a One for All user in her short time as a researcher in high school.
  • Losing a Shoe in the Struggle: Due to climbing the tower in a hurry once the villains take it over, she ultimately removes her high heels to move faster and remains barefoot for the remainder of the movie.
  • Missing Mom: Curiously, no scenes from trailers have shown her mother. In the movie, you do get a glimpse of her mother in the array of picture frames in Melissa’s office. Since her mom is never mentioned and her only photo with Melissa is holding her as a newborn, it’s likely things ended tragically for the Shields.
  • Nice Girl: A kindhearted idealist who uses the power of science to help heroes make the world a better place.
  • No Sense of Personal Space: She gets really close to Izuku while examining his costume, much to his discomfort.
  • Phenotype Stereotype: She's from America, has blond hair, aqua green eyes, and is taller than the Japanese cast. Izuku initially mistakes her for being actually related to All Might when they first meet.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: Granted she is by no means ugly in her civilian wear. But looks like a totally different person when dressed for the gala event.
  • She's Got Legs: Unsurprisingly, given her stature. She normally just wears pants, but her legs are on full display in her dress.
  • Teen Genius: She's only 17, but she's already designing support items and has even won several awards for her work. However, she mentions that her grades weren't the best and she's had to work hard to get better.
  • The Team Normal: Joins up with the Class 1-A group for their mission to take down the villains controlling I-Island, mainly because she knows how to fix the hacked security system.
  • Un-Sorcerer: Like Izuku, Melissa is one of the unlucky 20 percent of people to be born without a Quirk.
  • Younger Than They Look: She looks like she is in her early twenties, but she tells Midoriya early on she's only seventeen years old. A bit surprising considering how she looks.

    David Shield 

David Shield

Voiced by: Katsuhisa Nakase (Japanese), Ryohei Kimura (Japanese, young), Ray Chase (English), José Arenas (Latin American Spanish)

Debut: There's Always Someone Out There Who's Someone Else's Hero (Manga), My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Bendy Fingers

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Melissa's father, a scientist who creates support items for heroes. He's All Might's best friend and the one who made his signature Golden Age costume. Episode 58 (the tie-in episode for the film) reveals that he was actually All Might's first sidekick when he started his career in the USA.


  • Affectionate Nickname: He calls All Might "Toshi", while All Might calls him "Dave".
  • Brainy Brunette: He's a brilliant scientist and a brunette.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: His scientific pursuits revolve around inventing support items for heroes. He has earned a Nobel Prize for his work and his uniforms are the only costumes able to withstand All Might's strength. His other inventions include a powerful Formula One-style car that can keep up with All Might and turn into a rocket jet, bubble-producing liquids that can easily nullify explosions, and a powerful Quirk-enhancing interface that can give someone enough power to challenge All Might.
  • Irony: All Might never told him about One For All, which he was slowly losing access to because he passed it to Midoriya, because he didn't want David's life to be at risk. He created his device to amplify All Might and return him to his former glory. The entire plot of the film and David nearly dying, could've been avoided had All Might actually spilled the beans as to why he was getting weaker.
  • Late for School: Implied in the opening of the film, where he and All Might are on their way to a lecture when All Might stops them to foil a bank robbery and a crime at the airport.
  • I Was Quite the Looker: Downplayed since he's not exactly hard on the eyes now that he's older, but he was significantly more handsome during his hero days.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Dave does this when he realizes that his actions put everyone on I-Island at risk and effectively made him a villain.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: He's focused on researching Quirk Theory and support items for heroes, but that doesn't stop him from creating jet fighters that can operate underwater, headsets that can help people see in all directions at once, diving suits that can withstand intense deep sea pressure, among other things. Somewhat subverted in the fact that his daughter implies in a conversation with Deku that all that technology was based off his research, not created by him directly.
  • Science Hero: During his time as All Might's sidekick, David compensates for his borderline useless Quirk with a myriad of gadgets he designed himself, including a Cool Car, a bubble machine that can completely nullify the missiles from a rocket launcher, and All Might's costume.
  • Weak, but Skilled: He was All Might's sidekick. And he was apparently in the field with his friend, rather than Mission Control, to boot, despite being a scientist, and despite his Quirk being, well, just being able to bend his fingers more than other people.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: It turns out that he's the one who set up the terrorist attack on I-Island, since he wanted to take back his Quirk-enhancing invention so he could restore All Might's powers again. Unfortunately, the people he hired to stage the attack really were criminals, and they take his invention for themselves.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: His Quirk is "Bendy Fingers" which allow him to bend his fingers slightly more than a normal person's. He tries to use this to assure Melissa that it was alright to be Quirkless because his Quirk was rather lame anyways.

    Samuel "Sam" Abraham 

Samuel "Sam" Abraham

Voiced by: Mitsuru Ogata (Japanese), Barry Yandell (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Unknown

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David Shield's assistant, who usually just goes by Sam.


  • All for Nothing: What he felt the time and effort he spent working on the Quirk-Enhancing device became when the research was frozen.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Sam planned to give the Quirk enhancer to Wolfram because he was mad at David for letting it be confiscated in the first place. Wolfram repays him accordingly.
  • Fat Bastard: Downplayed. He wanted to give David's invention away because he was mad at him, but he's otherwise a nice enough guy.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: He and David set up the terrorist attack on I-Island to take back their Quirk-enhancing invention to restore All Might's powers again... except in his case, he only wanted it so he could give it away to get back at David.
  • Only in It for the Money: Initially not the case as he worked to make the world a better place, but after his and David's research was frozen, he resolved to steal and sell the device so that he would at least get some money for all the time and effort put into it.
  • Rewarded as a Traitor Deserves: Wolfram shoots Sam, who not only betrayed I-Island, but also David, as soon as he has the Quirk enhancer. In a twist, Sam isn't killed as far the audience is shown.
  • Sir Not-Appearing-in-This-Trailer: Is almost completely absent from trailers and other promotional material despite being a rather important character in the film.
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Island Terrorists

    Wolfram 

Wolfram

Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama (Japanese), Keith Silverstein (English), Gerardo Vásquez (Latin American Spanish)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Metal Manipulation, Muscle Augmentation

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The main antagonist of My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, who invades and takes over I-Island. His Quirk allows him to manipulate metal.


  • Badass Longcoat: He's a formidable villain and wears a long white trenchcoat.
  • Big Bad: Although David was the one who planned the I-Island incident, Wolfram turns out to be secretly manipulating events for his own benefit, and he ends up being the final adversary of the film.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Part of what makes him so deadly is that he does not mess around at all, using whatever means he can to win. This includes pulling a gun out mid-flight, something rarely seen in the series at all. When he first fights Midoriya, he blindsides him with a barrage of attacks before the boy can even counter, allowing him to get away.
  • Extra-ore-dinary: His Quirk allows him to manipulate metal. He can create walls to block his opponents' path, strike them with metallic poles emerging from the ground, and, with the help of David's Quirk-amplifying helmet, surround himself with a near-indestructible metal fortress and throw around enormous metal cubes, one of which is big enough to crush the entire tower the fight takes place on.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Adverted, he normally speaks with a raspy voice thanks to Koyama, but. After using the Quirk Enhancer on himself, his voice becomes progressively deeper and more distorted until he goes full-on Voice of the Legion.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He has jagged scars across his eye and the lower half of his face that cement his villainous appearance.
  • Meaningful Name: Wolfram is the German name for tungsten, a type of metal. Wolfram happens to have a metal bending Quirk.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: While he does gloat a little, he's not one to lose track of his objective after he incapacitates those after him. And if fought directly, he always tries to go in for the kill.
  • Oh, Crap!: Gets this when Deku and All Might burst through his defenses and are about to hit him with the full brunt of their powers. He makes a futile attempt to cover himself in metal but they break through it, knock him out and destroy the amplifier in the process.
  • Only in It for the Money: He's no actor, he's a real Arms Dealer, as David and Sam found out the hard way.
  • One-Winged Angel: During the Final Battle, he dons the Quirk Enhancer, and becomes powerful enough to create a giant, coiling mass of metal that makes him look like a borderline Eldritch Abomination. The power boost is so great, in fact, that he thinks twice about selling the device, and decides to keep it for himself.
  • Quantity vs. Quality: Compared to Nine's crew his group has more members and can cover more ground, but most are just Mooks with a few Elite Mooks thrown in who only pose a minor threat.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Gives one to David, saying that after everything David did, he's just another criminal with no future in the world of science.
  • Super Strength: Though his Quirk involves metal, he was also gifted with a muscle enhancing Quirk by All For One. When combined with the Quirk Enhancer, he's strong enough to choke the likes of All Might.
  • Why Won't You Die?: In the final battle, he becomes frustrated that Deku and All Might won't stay down despite the Quirk enhancer amplifying his powers, leading to him to yell at them to be crushed already.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Subverted. While he makes extensive use of his metal-manipulating Quirk to great effect, he's also just as happy to shoot someone who's in a vulnerable position, and if the first shot doesn't kill, he'll just fire another one.

    Swordkil 

Swordkil

Voiced by: Adam Gibbs (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Unnamed Sword Quirk

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One of the terrorists who invaded I-Island with Wolfram. His Quirk allows him to transform his arms into blades.


  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Opts to gloat at Melissa while she's knocked down instead of finishing off Midoriya, a hero-in-training, who was at his mercy.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: He can transform his arms into blades.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: While he manages to ambush and nearly knock Deku out of the building, he lets his guard down too easily and is ultimately taken out in a single punch from Deku.
  • Evil Gloating: Starts to throw some at Melissa after he knocks her down, but Midoriya stops him before he can get anything meaningful out.
  • Punched Across the Room: When Deku manages to get a hit in on him, he's sent flying straight into a stairwell and out of the movie.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He cuts Melissa on her arm, and the only reason she didn't get a wore injury was that her intervention allowed Deku time to climb back up and take Swordkil down.

    Nobu 

Nobu

Voiced by: Ben Bryant (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Unnamed Displacement Quirk

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One of the terrorists who invaded I-Island with Wolfram. His Quirk allows him to fire blasts of air that displace the things they hit into his hands.


  • Cartoon Creature: Nobu himself strongly resembles some kind of a mantis/human hybrid.
  • Elite Mooks: He's more dangerous than other Wolfram's henchmen, but he's still dealt with quickly.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: He attempts to displace Bakugo's arm, but misses and only manages to graze him enough to catch some of his clothes and sweat. Said sweat is combustible, which Todoroki then uses to defeat him.
  • Lean and Mean: A tall and lanky villain to contrast Daigo being The Napoleon
  • Teleportation: A variant. His Quirk allows him to displace matter into his hands via air blasts.
  • True Companions: Implied with Daigo. When Bakugo knocks Daigo out, Nobu is shown to be very upset.
  • Unique Enemy: Compared to Wolfram's other Elite Mooks, who only have simple blade and strength Quirks, Nobu has a rather unique powerset that's the first of its kind in the series.

    Daigo 

Daigo

Voiced by: DAIGO (Japanese), Nazeeh Tarsha (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Unnamed Beast Form Quirk

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One of the terrorists who invaded I-Island with Wolfram. His Quirk allows him to transform into a gorilla-like monster.


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    The Hacker 

The Hacker

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Unknown

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One of the terrorists who invaded I-Island with Wolfram, specifically the one who is responsible for hacking into the island's security.


  • The Cracker: He uses his skills to completely take over the island's security.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: The goggles he wears don't appear to do anything.
  • No Name Given: He's not given a name.
  • Non-Action Guy: He doesn't do any fighting, and is only there to hack the security.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He doesn't get a fight, has barely any dialogue, and doesn't even have a name. And yet, he's arguably the most valuable member of Wolfram's crew, due to his sole contribution of hacking the island's security
  • Unexplained Recovery: He and an unnamed helicopter pilot manage to survive a helicopter exploding without a scratch on them. Wolfram did as well, but he had the Quirk Enhancing Device and a strength Quirk to help protect him, while the hacker and pilot had nothing to protect them.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: He has white hair and no issue with his teammates attacking children or attempting to kill people.

Other Villains

    L.A. Villains 

L.A. Villains

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Unnamed Rocket Quirk, Unnamed Giant Monster Quirk

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Two unnamed brothers who rob a bank at the beginning of the film. The one brother’s Quirk allows him to shoot missiles while the other’s Quirk allows him to transform into a giant, more monstrous version of himself.


  • Curb-Stomp Battle: They manage to evade minor pros and the police, but when All Might and David enters the scene, they're taken down very quickly.
  • Fat and Skinny: The rocket brother is skinny while the monster brother is fat, both while transformed and while not.
  • Lean and Mean: The rocket brother, who is as cruel as he is lanky.
  • Macross Missile Massacre: How the rocket villain uses his Quirk.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: While Size Shifting, the monster brother can increase the number of arms he has.
  • No Name Given: Neither are given proper names.
  • Running on All Fours: How the monster brother moves while transformed, with his brother riding on top of him.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After All Might effortlessly deflects the rocket brother's missiles that had previously disabled two pro heroes and the police, the two brothers book it, clearly understanding the danger they're in. They don't make it far though.
  • Sinister Schnoz: The rocket villain's nose is long and pointy.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: The rocket brother has quite the mouth on him.
  • Sizeshifter: The monster brother can grow quite big with his Quirk.
  • Villain Opening Scene: Their whole purpose is to be this for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes; they only appear in the opening of the film and only exist to introduce young All Might and David.
  • Would Hurt a Child: They have no qualms about crushing a car holding a family in order to escape the police.

Pro Heroes

    Cow Lady and Elec Plant 

Cow Lady and Elec Plant

Cow Lady's voice by by: Tomomi Kawamura (Japanese), Katelyn Barr (English)

Elec Plant's voice by by: Keiji Hirai (Japanese), Nazeeh Tarsha (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirks: Cow (Cow Lady), Electricity Generation (Elec Plant)

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Two L.A. based heroes who appear at the start of the movie. Cow Lady's Quirk, "Cow", lets her transform into an anthropomorphic cow, and Elec Plant's Quirk, "Electricity Generation", lets him produce blasts of electricity.


  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Cow Lady is one. You'd be udderly stumped if you had to guess what animal it is, but it would be moooving to see you try!
  • Animorphism: Cow Lady's Quirk lets her transform into an anthropomorphic cow with the strength to match.
  • The Cameo: In the third movie, Elec Plant appears near the beginning as part of the international task force working to stop Humarise.
  • Cowgirl: Cow Lady's theme both figuratively and literally.
  • Horned Humanoid: Cow Lady has cow horns even when not transformed.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Cow Lady's outfit is rather skimpy and leaves little to the imagination. It turns into somewhat of Fan Disservice upon her transformation, for most people at least.
  • Phenotype Stereotype: Cow Lady is an American with blond hair and blue eyes.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Cow Lady has cow ears and horns.
  • Shock and Awe: Elec Plant's Quirk lets him fire off electric blasts, like Kaminari can.

    Godzillo 

Godzillo

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirk: Toho

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A Pro Hero based in the United States after leaving Japan due to unforeseen circumstances.


  • Advertised Extra: He had a decent prominence in promotional material, but only serves as a one scene cameo in the film proper.
  • The Cameo: For all intents and purposes, he's just Godzilla dressed in a Bancho outfit. His Quirk is called "Toho", a reference to Toho Productions, the studio that created Godzilla.
  • Kaiju: His Quirk turns him into a giant dinosaur.
  • Nice Guy: Despite his menacing size and ferocious appearance, Godzillo's a friendly Pro Hero, giving Izuku Midoriya and friends a V-sign/peace sign.
  • Noodle Incident: Due to unforeseen circumstances he's had to leave Japan, taking up work and residence in the United States.
  • Notzilla: Obviously, as his Quirk turns him into a Godzilla Expy.
  • Shout-Out: His bio mentions he left Japan and is based in the United States, a reference to the MonsterVerse films made by Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.
  • Superhero Sobriquets: "The Monster Hero".

    Other Pro Heroes 

Other Pro Heroes

Amplifier's voice by by: Saori Hayami (Japanese)

Mr. Plastic's voiced by: Kensuke Sato (Japanese), Andrew Love (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Film)

Quirks: Yell (Amplifier), Plastic Transformation (Mr. Plastic), Spirit Possession (Nyikang), Power (Pankration), Eagle (Takahiro), X Ray (X), Unnamed Music Qurik (Unnamed Composer Hero) Unknown (Other Unnamed Heroes)

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A group of pro heroes who were invited to I-Island to show off the island's hero equipment.


  • All There in the Manual: Most of their names and Quirks were only revealed in promotional material, and most aren't said or shown in the movie itself.
  • Badass in Distress: They and All Might spend most of the movie restrained by the tower's security system, and they can't break free under the threat that the civilians in the room will be killed by the villains if they try. Once Melissa gets to the security room and reboots the system, the pros are free to turn the tables on their captors.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Amplifier does this in her hero costume.
  • Informed Attribute: With the exception of Amplifier, all of their Quirks are this.
  • Meaningful Name: "Pankration" was an empty-hand submission sport introduced into the Greek Olympic Games in 648 BC, which fits a hero with a Super Strength Quirk.
  • No Name Given: While some are named in the supplemental material, almost half of them are not given any names at all.
  • Transplant: Takahiro is one of a character with the same name from Kohei Horikoshi's previous work, Oumagadoki Doubutsuen.

My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising Characters

The Shimano Siblings

    In General 

Mahoro and Katsuma Shimano

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A pair of siblings who live on Nabu Island and befriend Bakugo and Midoriya.


  • Coordinated Clothes: They both wear color-coordinated sunhats, overalls, and sandals. They are a pair of young siblings who strongly resemble each other.
  • Minor Living Alone: A pair of young children who live by themselves, since they lost their mother and their father works on the mainland. It helps that they live in a very tightly-knit and isolated community, so the neighbors also look out for them.
  • Nice Hat: Both of them wear giant sun hats, which are blown away during Nine's attack on the island.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Their outfits. Mahoro wears pink, her brother Katsuma wears blue.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Mahoro's outgoing and assertive personality contrasts with Katsuma's shyness.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: The duo strongly resemble each other; they have the same face shape, hair, and eye color, the same Youthful Freckles, similar eye shapes, and Coordinated Clothes.
  • Youthful Freckles: They are the youngest characters in the film and fittingly have a dusting of freckles over their nose.

    Mahoro Shimano 

Mahoro Shimano

Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa (Japanese), Dani Chambers (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (Film)

Quirk: Hologram

The older Shimano sibling, a headstrong young girl with a mild distrust of heroes. Her Quirk, "Hologram", allows her to create realistic looking holograms of whatever she wishes.


  • Big Sister Instinct: She is very protective of Katsuma, and discourages him from becoming a hero because she think it's too dangerous for him.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: She first appears yelling at Deku for taking an hour to find Katsuma.
  • Crying Wolf: She fakes a villain attack to try and prove to her brother that the heroes are too chicken to do anything about it. It comes back to bite her when Nine and his crew arrive the next day and Bakugo doesn't believe her distress call. Downplayed overall, however, as Midoriya believes her instantly and rushes to her aid.
  • Distaff Counterpart: To Kota Izumi, being a little kid who's not too fond of heroes at first, but eventually comes around after being saved.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Mahoro is a young girl with two pigtails.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's a little bit sassy and rude towards the 1-A Hero students at first, but even then, her heart is in the right place. She's especially caring towards her little brother.
  • Master of Illusion: Her Quirk lets her project illusions. They can be rather large (such as a giant monster, or a figure of Deku big enough to be seen from miles away), but can be identified by their lack of shadow.
  • Tsurime Eyes: Her eyes and eyebrows are slanted upwards to visually indicate her assertive and outgoing personality. Contrast Katsuma's eyes and eyebrows; although they are similar in shape, they are flatter and make him look more timid.

    Katsuma Shimano 

Katsuma Shimano

Voiced by: Yuka Terasaki (Japanese), Maxey Whitehead (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (Film)

Quirk: Cell Activation

The younger Shimano sibling, a timid young boy who has a great love of heroes, much like Midoriya. His Quirk, "Cell Activation", allows him to heal others by activating their cells.


  • Healing Factor: It's implied that his Cell Activation Quirk heals him as well, since this is what Nine briefly experienced after he stole Katsuma's father's Quirk.
  • Healing Hands: His Cell Activation allows him to speed up the activity of cells in the body of those he touches to heal their wounds and improve their physical performance.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Twofold. He's initially dismissive of his quirk and states that it's not suited to hero work, but it's actually quite powerful, vital to the heroes' victory, and if it could be applied to himself would make him a powerful physical combatant. It isn't however that powerful or unique... except for it being a perfect counter for Nine's Blessed with Suck, which would essentially make him near unstoppable.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Despite his shy nature, Katsuma admires heroes greatly. He wears a pin of the pro hero Edgeshot.
  • Nice Guy: Katsuma is tender, compassionate and humble.
  • Shrinking Violet: Katsuma is a very timid child, and always stays by his sister's side.
  • Superior Successor: He and his father both possess the "Cell Activation" Quirk, but while his father's only works on people with Type A blood, Katsuma's works on people with Type O, A, and B blood.
  • Take Me Instead: Despite his obvious terror, Katsuma does this twice after learning what Nine's intentions are: he offers to turn himself in after the initial attack to keep the 1-A students and the island's inhabitants from getting hurt; and when Nine threatens Mahoro's life in the climax, Katsuma then runs towards him to fulfill his demand.

Nine and His Crew

    Nine 

Nine

Voiced by: Yoshio Inoue (Japanese), Johnny Yong Bosch (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (Film), Chapter 222 (Manga)

Quirk: Weather Manipulation, All For One (Artificial Duplicate) (Bullet Laser, Air Wall, Hydra, Scanning, Cell Activation)

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"The strong will lord over the weak in my utopia. Labels like hero and villain won't be necessary. Power will be the only factor that matters! That's how a true superhuman society should be structured!"

The main antagonist of My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising, a sinister villain who operates behind the scenes and boasts overwhelming strength.

His original Quirk is Weather Manipulation, which allows him to control the weather.


  • A Day in the Limelight: League of Villains: UNDERCOVER, a bonus manga chapter that details his how his philosophy came to be and how he ended up partnering up with the Doctor.
  • Aura Vision: He can identify people's Quirks as glowing auras and even measure their strength to some degree and even identify their Quirks to some degree; shown when he detects Deku's deliberate power-boost and when he identifies Katsuma's Cell Activation Quirk by noting he glows more brightly than his sister. He also apparently recognized her illusion Quirk just by looking at her.
  • Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: While Midoriya and Bakugo manage to beat him, he's ultimately removed as a threat when Tomura Shigaraki kills him.
  • Barrier Warrior: One of his stolen Quirks lets him create circular shields of compressed air, which he can layer for greater protection.
  • Big Bad: Of My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising.
  • Blessed with Suck: His power over the weather is described by the Doctor to be "god-like", a sentiment that Nine's crew shares. Unfortunately, his body is unable to handle it properly due to his illness, which is why he sought out the Doctor for help.
  • Blow You Away: He can use his air shields to create powerful blasts of air.
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: To Wolfram from the previous movie. Wolfram was a mercenary with no motivation beyond his own profit, while Nine is an idealist with a specific goal. Both Wolfram and Nine also sought to increase their power artificially, but where Wolfram was after a tool to amplify his original Quirk, Nine seeks to gain entirely new Quirks.
  • Creepy Monotone: In Japanese, he speaks with a soft, lethargic tone of voice that emphasizes his malice.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: League of Villains: UNDERCOVER fleshes out more of his motives, with it heavily implied that despite his Quirk's power, he grew up in a destitute environment that had living in the streets. Thus, driving his desire to create a world where people like him and his crew thrive.
  • Defiant to the End: Even after the severe backlash of his own power and the beating he sustained from Midoriya and Bakugo, leaving him battered from head to toe and unable to even stand, his last words are still ones of defiance against Tomura Shigaraki.
  • Dissonant Serenity: The opening page of his backstory chapter shows him calmly watching a raging storm (that is implied to be of his creation) terrorize a small city. Apparently, storms make him calm.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: He can be spotted in Chapter 222 of the manga before he was officially introduced in the movie.
  • Expy: Of Marvel's Apocalypse. Like En Saba Nur, Nine is a powerful metahuman with multiple powers who possesses a darwinist mindset and aims to create a world where the strong lord over the weak.
  • Final Exchange: To Tomura Shigaraki after the final battle.
    Nine: There can only be... one true ruler!
    Tomura Shigaraki: Mm, yes. Only one.
  • Flawed Prototype: It's implied he's ultimately this for Shigaraki, given he also had a version of All For One's Quirk implanted into him in an experiment, but his is far weaker and combined with his weakness is far more limited.
  • Hand Blast: One of his Quirks lets him fire lasers from his fingers, which can cut through rock.
  • Ill Boy: He suffers from a cell degeneration disorder that, according to the Doctor, should have killed him long ago. The Doctor chooses him as a test subject solely because he managed to survive as long as he did, though, even after experimentation, it's still detrimental to his health, which is why he targets Katsuma's "Cell Activation" Quirk.
  • The Juggernaut: In the climax of the film, Class 1-A does their best to throw everything they have at him, ranging from cannon fire, to rocks, and even their best physical hitters. Despite this, he casually swats them all away, and only ends up having trouble because he overuses his Quirk to such an extent that he starts to lose his cool.
  • Made of Iron: While most attacks against him are intercepted by his shields, lasers, and hydras, the ones that do land don't leave a scratch until the final battle.
  • Meaningful Name: Nine refers to the number of Quirks he can hold through a weaker version of All for One's Quirk. It also contrasts him with Midoriya, the ninth user of One for All.
  • Never Trust a Trailer: Promotional materials for Heroes: Rising made it clear that he used the name Nine because that's how many Quirks he has and that he plans to acquire a tenth over the course of the film. In the movie itself, he only displays seven Quirks (or at least seven whose effects are obvious), the main reason behind his goal to acquire a "tenth" Quirk (even with the knowledge that he can only hold nine through his version of All for One) is because its a specific Quirk that he thinks could offset the strain his Quirk puts on his body, and he went by Nine even when he had only one Quirk.
  • Nightmare Face: When reaching out to steal Katsuma's Quirk in the final battle, his expression is very unsettling.
  • Not Quite Flight: He can "fly" by holding himself up with storm clouds created with his original Quirk.
  • One-Winged Angel: When pushed to his limit, the tubes on his back explode and take his bodysuit with them, leaving him with Volcanic Veins and flares of energy resembling wings.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: He only ever goes by his villain alias, whereas his birth name is never mentioned.
  • Our Hydras Are Different: The water dragons he summons with one of his Quirks can split in two when attacked, and their appearance hails back to the hydra's original description of an amphibious monster.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: Though he can't claim all the credit, his fight against Midoriya and Bakugo deals a lot of damage to the surrounding environment.
  • Power Degeneration: Using his Quirk causes cell degeneration, gradually killing him with every exertion of power.
  • Power Parasite: Nine was compatible with All For One's Quirk factor but was given a weaker version of the All For One Quirk. He can hold up to eight Quirks in addition to his original Quirk and All For One, giving him a potential total of nine Quirks at his disposal.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Nine doesn't kill unnecessarily. If he wants someone's Quirk, he won't hurt them any more than he has to: once they're powerless, he lets his targets go.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His bodysuit has noticeable purple highlights and he's shown to generate purple energy orbs at his fingertips. He's also stated to be a very powerful foe, boasting nine Quirks.
  • Quantity vs. Quality: The quality to All For One's quantity. All For One stockpiles Quirks like they're going out of style and combines numerous weaker ones to create stronger abilities. Nine has only a few Quirks, but each of them is individually as or more powerful than the tricks we've seen AFO pull.
    • This also applies to his crew. Compared to Wolfram's group, Nine's crew only consists of three members, but each one is strong enough to pose a challenge to multiple characters at once.
  • The Social Darwinist: He believes that the way the world works is flawed, as it's one where the "weak rule the strong". He and his crew wish to correct this perceived error, which is why he becomes the Doctor's guinea pig.
  • Summon Magic: One of his Quirks lets him create blue, finned, serpentine creatures, each large enough to crush a car in their jaws.
  • Super Supremacist: His goal is to create a world where those with strong powers rule over those with weak or no powers.
  • Superior Successor: Subverted. He's granted a copy of All For One's own Quirk and wields several powerful Quirks, but is ultimately weaker overall. It's implied that this was deliberate and that Nine was never anything more than a lab rat to refine the Doctor's experiments. It's also unknown whether he can transfer Quirks like All For One.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: His attacks are flashy and powerful, but Nine shows little creativity in their use unless forced to. This allows the heroes to counter his tactics by exploiting his predictability, first when Bakugo gets around his use of air shields in a matter of seconds, and then when Bakugo and Deku plan around his use of lightning as a Finishing Move. He manages to get out of the first because he still had some Quirks held in reserve, but the second blindsides him and essentially costs him the fight.
  • Useless Superpowers: His Cell Activation Quirk, which he stole from the Shimanos' father. It's a useful power, but it only works on subjects with Type A blood. Nine himself has Type B blood, making it useless for his purposes and leading him to set his sights on Katsuma, whose 'version of the same Quirk can be used on him.
  • Villainous Breakdown: When Deku and Bakugo share One For All, he is left screaming Why Won't You Die? at them.
  • Voice of the Legion: When he activates his weather Quirk, his voice becomes a multi-octave bellow.
  • Weather Manipulation: His original Quirk allows him to do this. It enables him to cause rain, lightning, and tornadoes.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: He has long white hair and has no compunctions attacking children or ripping away someone's Quirk.

    Kiruka Hasaki — Slice 

Kiruka Hasaki — Slice

Voiced by: Mio Imada (Japanese), Lydia Mackay (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (Film), Deku & Bakugo: Rising Chapter 2 (Manga)

Quirk: Slice

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A villain working with Nine. She was betrayed in the past and is unable to trust anyone, though she agrees with Nine’s ideals. Her titular Quirk allows her to use her long hair as a melee weapon or shield, and to launch powerful ranged attacks as well.


  • Blood Knight: Although her quirk makes her quite dangerous at a distance, she will gleefully engage in close-quarters battle if the opportunity arises. During the finale, she is tricked into a large cavern, where the darkness lets Tokoyami utilize his Dark Shadow quirk at its greatest power... and even here, she fights eagerly, even joyfully, with a display of speed and agility that startles the young UA student.
  • The Caretaker: Although Slice is just as committed to seeing Nine's vision of a world where the powerful rule and the weak serve come true as the other members of the group, she also seems quite committed to Nine himself. Whenever he is injured, or exhausted to the point of unconsciousness by overusing his quirk, it's Slice who carries him to safety, and who stands vigil at his bedside as he recovers, displaying a much softer and more caring side than most 'villains' are willing to show.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Implied. According to the official website, she was betrayed in the past and is now unable to trust other people aside from Nine. A small flashback League of Villains: UNDERCOVER shows her alone, in a heavily disheveled bedroom, with a morose look on her face.
  • Didn't Think This Through: Although Slice was more than holding her own with Tokoyami, he was able to create a momentary opening for Mina to lauch a surprise acid stream attack at the woman. She reacted instinctively, using her hair to create a hardened shield in the split-second before it would have struck her face... and before she realized that this was not a physical attack. While her hair's ancillery Hardening power would have absorbed a simple blow or cut without strain or harm, the powerful acid bypassed the Hardening entirely, attacking the hair's chemical structure, and within seconds her beautiful mane had literally melted away, leaving her with hair only a few inches long, vastly weakening or outright negating all of her quirk-based abilities.
    • Moments later she makes a second mistake when, desperate and on the defensive in the face of Tokoyami's Dark Shadow form going berserk in the wake of Mina's injury, she uses her hair's much-weakened distance attack to bring down the ceiling of the cavern. This does succeed in flooding the space with sunlight, dispelling Dark Shadow, but the shaken woman is unable to get clear as the ceiling collapsed, trapping her along with the two UA students, and leading to her later capture when the pro heroes arrived.
  • Dark Action Girl: The sole woman in Nine's group, Slice is not only a long-ranged powerhouse, but also a skilled and dangerous close-up fighter who can hold her own even with the powerful Tokoyami.
  • Distracted by My Own Sexy: Slice very obviously adores her long, beautiful hair, and in most of her scenes she spends at least a few moments caressing it lovingly. Her outraged fury when it is ruined causes her to lash out with all her remaining power, injuring her attacker severely.
  • Domino Mask: Wears one of these as part of her villain costume.
  • The Dragon: Seems to be Nine's closest ally.
  • Evil Redhead: Her long, vibrantly-red hair isn't just attention-grabbing, it's her quirk.
  • Glass Cannon: Despite her powerful quirk, and her ability to inflict huge amounts of damage at short or long range, she is no more durable physically than a normal woman. In combat, she uses her very impressive agility and gymnastics to dodge and evade attacks that would drop her instantly, and only her speed and skill allow her to match or surpass her opponents in close combat, supported by the ability of her hair to form a protective shield strong enough to stop strong physical attacks (although in the end even her shield is shown to be surprisingly fragile and vulnerable to exotic quirks, as Mina's acid stream is blocked by the woman's quirk-reinforced hair... but it is ruined in the process, dissolved and destroyed, leaving her only a ragged mop a few inches long, barely enough to continue the fight in a much-weakened state).
  • Improbable Hairstyle: The long loops of her hair seem to hang there, semi-suspended as they run from her head, down and around her sides, and back to the golden clasp at the small of her back. Conveniently, her quirk lets her hold the arrangement in place at all times, else she would likely become tangled in her own hair while just walking around, much less leaping and fighting.
  • Logical Weakness: Her power is entirely manifested via her long hair. As a result, the more damage done to her hair, the weaker her quirk-based attacks become. Adding to this, since hair grows back, it's an acceptable target for Quirks that could normally never be turned against a person for fear of causing serious harm, like Mina's "Acid". Once Mina ruins her hair, she's left with only Scratch Damage left and ends up going down quickly.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Slice is a skilled, powerful, dangerous woman, and a villainess who would make most heroes outside of the top 10 hesitate to take her on... and yet, compared to her teammates Chimera, and especially Nine, her battle during the finale is just an afterthought, with her matched up against only two of the middling-powerful students, while her teammates are both facing off with small mobs of powerful young heroes. In the end, Mina and Dark Shadow succeed in defeating her by forcing her to fight at close quarters, using teamwork to land a critical surprise attack, and admittedly a decent helping of luck, with the cave collapse trapping her after she'd come very close to a last-moment victory.
  • Prehensile Hair: Her Quirk allows her to telekinetically manipulate her hair in multiple ways, either as simple appendages, as blades or spear-like spikes, as shields, or even as extendable walking legs that let her climb walls or cover ground quickly, a la Marvel's Doctor Octopus.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Aside from a single lock that's cut to stylishly brush her right shoulder, all of her hair is extra-long—so long, in fact, that it might well be floor-length or more (and therefore a possible tripping hazard) if not for the oversized gold barrette that gathers all that hair up and out of the way behind her back. Her style still allows the length of it to hang mostly loose, in long loops around her body, and her hair manipulation quirk permits her to instantly and effortlessly slip her hair free whenever she needs it to attack or defend.
    Some scenes seem to show her hair briefly stretching or extending to a length of several meters while in melee, especially during her fight with Tokoyami, where she forces him on the defensive with a dense flurry of long hair blade cuts and thrusts from well outside his own reach. (Importantly, she loses this ability when her hair is brutally damaged and reduced to shoulder-length, leaving her no quirk-based melee ability at all, only a pale shadow of her usually devastating ranged attacks).
  • Required Secondary Powers: Her long-range attack consists of firing strands of her hair at targets (and with so much velocity and force that they function as incredibly powerful kinetic kill weapons). Throughout the movie, she fires off hair strand projectiles at a prodigious rate, often in massive volleys, and yet never shows any sign of running out of hair to shoot, or of thinning out her dense mane in the slightest—so either she can endlessly regenerate her hair as she fires it (much like Minoru Mineta, aka 'Grape Juice' regenerates his 'sticky balls' as fast as he plucks them), or else her power involves creating duplicate strands of hair to serve as the projectiles).
    • Likewise, when using her hair as a blade, spear, or shield, she clearly employs some variation of Red Riot's hardening ability to give her hair the requisite hardness and tensile strength to carry out the attack or defense, which can actually be seen in the movie as her hair visibly changes for a few seconds at a time while in attack or defense mode, taking on a smooth sheen similar to objects formed from carbon fiber.
  • Shout-Out: Her design (long red hair, purple outfit, Domino Mask) and powers (Prehensile Hair) are based off Medusa from Marvel's The Inhumans.
  • Spike Shooter: She can stiffen her hair and fire individual strands of it at targets... which does not begin to describe the destruction she can cause.
    Each individual hair travels with so much speed and force that its passage through the air is marked by an intense red line like a laser, and the strands appear capable (at least while her hair is at full-length and full power) of penetrating several meters of steel and other hardened materials.
    When she and the other villains first arrive at the island, she is tasked with removing any easy escape route for the inhabitants. She promptly does so, by launching volleys of strands that wash across the entire harbor, effortlessly destroying both fishing boats and small ocean-going ships within seconds.
    During the finale, after most of her hair has been destroyed, leaving her only with a ragged bob cut, she is still able to fire the shortened strands as projectiles, but with much less force, as they are able to injure (but do not destroy) a woman's leg, though she does manage to pelt the ceiling of a large cavern with enough damage to collapse it.
  • Taking You with Me: After her hair is melted and Tokoyami goes completely berzerk, she is still able to execute one last volley of hair strand projectiles against the ceiling of the cavern, the weakened attack proving just barely strong enough to collapse it and let in a flood of sunlight which dispels Dark Shadow. With both Tokoyami and Mina out of the fight she could have then either killed them or escaped, if not for being caught in the collapse herself and buried along with them, which held her there long enough to be captured by the pro heroes.
  • Traumatic Haircut: Perhaps inevitably, the villainess whose power derives entirely from her long, long hair eventually sees her glorious, ankle-length mane reduced to a messy, ragged mop that barely reaches her shoulders.
  • Wolverine Claws: Continuing her theme of stabbing/cutting/slicing, her support items are a pair of gloves which feature retractable metal claws for use in close-quarters melee combat. The blades are delicate, seeming almost fragile, extending from her fingertips in a manner which is suggestive of Femme Fatalons, which also fits into her theme of being a more refined and feminine combatant than her very masculine teammates.

    Chojuro Kon — Chimera 

Chojuro Kon — Chimera

Voiced by: Shunsuke Takeuchi (Japanese), Greg Dulcie (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (Film), Deku & Bakugo: Rising Chapter 2 (Manga)

Quirk: Chimera

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Another villain who is working with Nine. He faced persecution and discrimination due to his appearance, and thus seeks revenge against society. His titular Quirk gives him the characteristics of various animals.


  • Attack the Mouth: Todoroki takes him down by shoving his right hand into Chimera's mouth and freezing the villain from the inside.
  • Beast Man: True to his namesake, his Quirk gives him the characteristics of various animals (dog-like head, bird-like hands, snake-like tail, etc.).
  • Breath Weapon: He can breathe fire, and when at full power, can fire a large laser beam from his mouth.
  • The Brute: He's the muscle of the group, shrugging off and overpowering pretty much everything thrown at him with raw power.
  • Cigar Chomper: Always seen with a cigar.
  • Combo Platter Powers: His quirk gives him combined traits that he can mix and match at will which at least follows a theme of being animal-based except for his ability to breathe fire. Aside from following the mythology of The Chimera being capable of breathing fire, it's incongruent in the context of his quirk.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Implied. According to the official website, he's faced constant persecution and discrimination due to his appearance. A small flashback League of Villains: UNDERCOVER shows him seemingly running for his life.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: In Japanese, he's given a deep, gruff voice to go with his animalistic appearance.
  • Harmless Freezing: After Todoroki freezes him from the inside out, he's shown to be fine with the other villains at the end of the movie.
  • Hypocrite: Is angry at society for mistreating him due to his appearance, but has no issue mocking Shoji for his. Toned down in the English dub, where the line's inflection instead sounds like he's trying to commiserate with him.
  • Implacable Man: He doesn't have his boss's sheer range of defensive Quirks, but that just makes it all the more notable how little damage he actually takes from some of the class's hardest hitters.
  • Meaningful Name: His real name contains the kanji for "beast" and "man".
  • Mundane Utility: Lights his cigar using his fire breath, not even taking it out his mouth when he does it.
  • One-Winged Angel: After being paralyzed by Tsuyu's toxin, he amps up his monstrous features to break free, developing horns, wings, and grows even larger.
  • Savage Wolf: Invokes this trope by having a wolf-like head.
  • Superpower Lottery: Animal-based Quirks are already shown to be very powerful due to the versatility they give their users, but they're limited to a specific animal in most cases. Chimera, on the other hand, can pull from a dozen different animal-based abilities, all of which would be considered powerful on their own, and mix-and-match them to his desire. The only downside of his Quirk is that the appearance it gave him led him to be discriminated against, which is less a flaw of the Quirk itself and more a flaw of the society Chimera grew up in.
  • Super Strength: He's strong enough to be able to lift Shoji off the ground with one hand and hold back the likes of Todoroki effortlessly.
  • Voice of the Legion: His aforementioned One-Winged Angel has a voice that fits with this trope.

    Hoyo Makihara — Mummy 

Hoyo Makihara — Mummy

Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi (Japanese), Brendan Blaber (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (Film), Deku & Bakugo: Rising Chapter 2 (Manga)

Quirk: Mummification

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Another villain who is working with Nine. He has a ninja-like appearance and wears a full-body bandage. His Quirk, "Mummification", allows him to control things that get caught in said bandages.


  • Bandage Mummy: He's wrapped from head to toe in red bandages. Also applies to the Mooks he creates with his bandages, looking like bulky red mummies.
  • Curb Stomp Cushion: He's taken out pretty quickly, and fairly easily, but at the very least it requires Bakugo to sacrifice one of his gauntlets and remain without it for the rest of the movie.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Implied. League of Villains: UNDERCOVER shows him apparently fighting off some thugs in a rage.
  • Emergency Weapon: Carries a shortsword with him, but only seems to use it when someone gets past his mummies.
  • Evil Puppeteer: A villain who can control things and people using his Quirk.
  • Mind over Matter: His Quirk allows him to control anything that gets caught in his bandages.
  • Mook Maker: An odd example. The main usage of his bandages is to take random objects (mostly inanimate objects like cars) and using them as a sort of "base" to construct vaguely humanoid mummies to fight for him. And he can create a lot of them.
  • Ninja: He's specifically described as "a villain with the appearance of a ninja," so he's at least one in terms of looks. The fact he carries a sword with him helps the image out, though functionally he doesn't really fit.
  • People Puppets: He can move people around by wrapping them in bandages, which he uses to attack and provide himself with human shields. He can't directly control people like he can inanimate objects, though he has ways of compensating for this.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: One of Nine's henchmen; he's wrapped in red bandages and wears a black outfit over them.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He's shown to be fairly dangerous, but Bakugo beats him with comparative ease early in the movie, making him the only member of Nine's crew to be beaten before the climactic battle.

My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission Characters

Soul Family

    Rody Soul 

Rody Soul

Voiced by: Ryo Yoshizawa (Japanese), Ryan Colt Levy (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Soul

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A young man who works shady jobs to provide for his younger siblings. After getting unwittingly targeted by Humarise and forced on the run with Deku for stealing an important briefcase, he and Deku form an unlikely partnership.

Rody's Quirk is named "Soul", but doesn't like talking about it due to seeing it as embarrassing.


  • Action Survivor: Without Pino's presence to prove he has a Quirk, Rody could be mistaken for being Quirkless. And while even that doesn't give him the combat prowess of either Humarise' followers or the heroes he meets, he's more than capable of outwitting them with only natural athleticism, knowledge of Otheon's surroundings, and deception.
  • Artful Dodger: A charming young delinquent who is wily enough to evade a pursuing Deku for a good while using nothing but athleticism and knowledge of the terrain.
  • Badass Normal: Rody's Quirk doesn't enhance his athleticism in any way, but he's able to outrun Deku, a trainee pro-hero, by Le Parkour-ing across the city, scaling staircases and jumping rooftops.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Rody's father teaches him a trick to opening a complex puzzle. That same puzzle comes up when finding the key to Humarise's plot.
  • Driver Faces Passenger: Played for Laughs while showing Deku a picture of him with his siblings, causing Deku to panic and remind him to keep his eyes on the road.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: By the end of the movie, his family's no longer outcast from society, he has a real job at the bar, his younger siblings are going to school, and he's studying aviation in his spare time, hoping to become a pilot someday.
  • Improbable Piloting Skills: During the climax of the film, he helps fly Deku, Bakugou, and Todoroki to Humarise’s main base from Otheon’s airport.
  • Le Parkour: Demonstrated while skillfully running away from Deku with a case full of jewels.
  • Missing Mom: Rody's mother is never mentioned, but he tells Deku that she died after his younger sister was born.
  • Promotion to Parent: After his father's disappearance, he's the one providing for his younger brother and sister.
  • Riches to Rags: He and his family used to be well off until his father was apparently outed as a member of Humarise. Since then, he and his siblings live in an abandoned train car.
  • Sins of the Father: Because his father was made out to be a member of Humarise (though in reality, he was kidnapped and Forced into Evil to protect his children), the siblings were forced to carry the stigma that came with it, forcing Rody to make ends meet by working shady jobs.
  • Spanner in the Works: While on a job to retrieve and deliver a briefcase of stolen jewels, he ends up accidentally grabbing the briefcase owned by a runaway Humarise member while being chased by Deku. Because of this, Humarise's attempts to further retrieve the case put both Deku and the Hero Association on alert about its importance and gives them access to the key needed to deactive the bombs.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: He considers his Quirk lame enough to have Deku promise to not laugh at it because it manifests as Pino, who reflects his true feelings and intentions, meaning he's unable to lie.

    Pino 

Pino

Voiced by: Megumi Hayashibara (Japanese), Cristina Vee (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

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A bird that often accompanies Rody.


  • Action Pet: Pino is too small to fight, but she helps Rody during the chase scene by flying straight into Deku's face, stopping him for a few seconds and giving Rody time to get away. During the climactic moment, she carries the Trigger Bomb deactivation key to the slot the last few steps when Rody is too weakened by his injuries to move any further.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Pino is actually a physical manifestation of Rody's Quirk which reflects his true emotions and feelings.
  • Cannot Tell a Lie: Rody's true feelings and intent show through Pino whether he likes it or not.
  • The Conscience: When Rody decides to give the case back to the authorities, Pino tries to stop him, and then wakes Deku up to help. This foreshadows the emotional aspect of his Quirk's manifestation; despite acting on self-preservation, he subconsciously knew that he was betraying Deku and was under heavy emotional distress.
  • Facial Dialogue: At the climax, Pino emotes to Deku that Rody hasn't given up and is giving him an opening to counter-attack Flect.
  • He Will Not Cry, So I Cry for Him: As Rody learns both the importance of the briefcase he took and the truth about his dad through a video file, he is not seen crying, while Pino is seen from the side watching and visibly shedding tears.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • Her revealed connection to Rody's Quirk makes her name to be based off Pinocchio. Whereas the puppet's nose grows longer whenever he tells a lie, the bird freely expresses Rody's feelings whenever he lies.
    • "Pino" also sounds similar to piyo-piyo, the Japanese onomatopoeia for a bird's chirping.
  • Rewatch Bonus: Pino emotes a lot during the movie. She actually emotes Rody's true feelings, which isn't revealed until the climax.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Pino is an adorable, affectionate little bird who is Rody's constant companion.
  • Shout-Out: She is a manifestation of Rody's soul, and the way she operates is similar to a Stand.
  • Synchronization: Because she is the manifestation of Rody's Quirk, whatever happens to him happens to her as well. When he is very badly hurt by lasers, she temporarily fades away.
  • Uncatty Resemblance: Her mask and head feathers resemble Rody's head accessory and ponytail. Although considering she's a manifestation of his Quirk, this is likely deliberate.

    Roro and Lala Soul 

Roro voiced by: Unknown

Lala voiced by: Hina Natsume (Japanese), Emi Lo (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirks: Unknown

Rody's younger brother and sister.


  • Alliterative Family: Lala's name can be romanized as either "Lala" or "Rara," so the family members' names are Rody, Roro, and Rara.
  • Cheerful Child: Even though their living situation is not very good, they seem like pretty happy children.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: They and their big brother used to live happily in a beautiful home with their father until one day he left them to become a member of the terrorist group Humarise (actually, they kidnapped him and forced to make the Trigger Bombs). They were kicked out of their home and their school and ostracized from society. Currently, they live in a small trailer located in a run-down neighborhood.
  • Precious Photo: Rody keeps a photograph of them in a locket that his father gave to him before he left.

Humarise Cult

    General 
An international cult that believes Quirks must be purged from the human race in order for humanity to survive.
  • Catchphrase: "Jinrui no kyusai wo!" ("For the salvation of humanity!")
  • Fantastic Slurs: Humarise refers to those with Quirks as "diseased" or "infected" and the Quirkless as "pure humans".
  • Light Is Not Good: In contrast to most of the villains, they dressed up as holy crusaders a and target anyone with a Quirk no matter how innocent their victims are.
  • Hypocrite: Many of them have Quirks themselves despite their insistence of purging Quirk users from the world.
  • Malevolent Masked Men: Humarise members wear religious-looking robes and cover their faces with metal masks.
  • Murder Is the Best Solution: According to them, killing every single person in the world with a Quirk is the only way to prevent the Quirk Doomsday Theory and the extinction of humanity.
  • Not-Wo-Well-Intentioned Extremist: They supposedly believe in the Quirk Doomsday Theory, which posits that with every increasing generation, the strength of Quirks will continue to evolve and grow until their users can no longer control them, leading to the destruction of the human race. Except as Midoryia points out, this theory has little scientific proof. Flect Turn is simply pushing his own misery onto others while villains like Serpenters and even implied to be Sidero too are simply with the gorup to avoid falling vicitm to the Quirk genocide. Not to mention that their actions cause the deaths of both people with and without Quirks alike due to the inevitable destruction that ensues and they don't care in the slightest about the Quirkless people tramuatized by the attack in the opening scene.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Implicitly, as their plan to slaughter the entire world's Quirked population would include both "infected" adults and children. They also don't have any compunctions about killing trainee pro-heroes who are high school age. Their leader even threatens the children of the families of scientists to force compliance.

    Flect Turn 

Flect Turn

Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai (Japanese), Robbie Daymond (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Reflect

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The leader of the Humarise Cult, a genius obsessed with the idea that Quirks are a disease that must be purged.

His Quirk, "Reflect," allows him to absorb any attack and its effects before releasing them back on the attacker.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Due to his quirk, his skin is bright neon blue. After his defeat at Deku's hand, he's shown to have a normal skin tone.
  • Attack Reflector: His Quirk allows him to reflect back any attack thrown at him.
  • Berserk Button: Being told that he "gave up on humans". He was already beating Midoriya at this point, and it made him throw punches with the intent to beat Midoriya to death with his bare hands. Unfortunately, it made him sloppy and Midoriya already figured out his limit, resulting in Midoriya's victory.
  • Big Bad: Of World Heroes Mission.
  • Blessed with Suck: How he views his Quirk. While it makes him nearly invincible, reflecting everything also means he couldn't touch or hold another person without them bouncing back. He can't even end his own life.
  • Boomerang Bigot: Has a Quirk himself, but because of the misery that came from his inability to control it, he internalized the Quirk Doomsday Theory and devoted his life to the eradication of Quirks.
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: To both previous villains. While Wolfram was a mercenary with no greater motivation than profit, Flect is the leader of a cult. And while he is an ideologue like Nine, where Nine sought to create a world where those with powerful Quirks would rule, Flect seeks to create a world where Quirks no longer exist.
  • Driven to Suicide: His misery over his Quirk reflecting all forms of human interaction, injuring those who approached him, and causing him to be eternally distanced from others drove him to attempt suicide... only for him to learn his Quirk also prevents him from harming himself.
  • Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse: Flect explicitly stated he never felt a parent's love, much less a bond with a friend or lover, because of his Quirk. He blames the ever-growing number of uncontrollable Quirks as of late by using the Quirk Doomsday Theory, but Deku argues it's because he just gave up connecting with others and is pushing his own misery onto them instead.
  • I Have Your Wife: A number of the scientists and engineers needed to enact his plan including Eddy Soul were forced to work for him to create the Trigger Bombs in exchange for their families' safety.
  • Hypocrite: Has and is willing to use his Quirk despite insisting they are a disease.
  • Light Is Not Good: Asides from his light themed outfit, he also radiates in pure blue light.
  • Logical Weakness: Deku discovers he can only reflect back so much damage before his ability to absorb and reflect becomes weaker. By tapping into One for All, Deku overwhelms him with fast and hard hitting attacks to where his Quirk cannot keep up.
  • Meaningful Name: His name is the word "Reflect" shortened and the word "Return" shortened. Doubles as a Punny Name.
  • Near-Villain Victory: It should be noted that he nearly won even when defeated, since he kept Midoriya busy long enough that he'd never make it to shut down the Trigger Bombs in time while Rody was bleeding out and unable to insert the shutdown device. Luckily for both of them, they had Pino, who Flect either forgot or didn't know about.
  • Never My Fault: He blames his Quirk for his personal miseries and thus seeks to purge Quirks from humanity, but Deku insinuates that his troubles are at least partly because he stopped trying, both with controlling his Quirk and connecting with others despite his Quirk.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: Thanks to his Quirk, physical attacks may as well be useless against him, as they bounce off while leaving him unharmed. However, even this has a limit, and Deku's United States of World Smash is enough to overwhelm his ability to reflect. Even he didn't think it was possible.
  • Not Quite Dead: After he was defeated by Deku, he crushed through various walls in one single blow and falls on the floor unconscious, but it's later revealed that he was found and arrested by the Otheon police alongside the other remaining Humanrise members.
  • Power Incontinence: As a child his Quirk was always on, meaning that any contact with him, no matter the intent, was treated like an attack and reflected back.
  • Quantity vs. Quality: Has both in comparison to Wolfram and Nine. His organization is much larger then Wolframs crew, enough so to threaten multiple countries at once with plenty of unnamed Elite Mooks who can give pro heroes a tough time. And compared to Nine's crew he also has more boss level villains at his disposal to use who prove to be significant challenges for heroes to overcome.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: His Villainous Breakdown in a nut shell. He practically starts screaming this at Midoriya when the latter dissects his Motive Rant, and resorts to continuing to beat the living piss out of Midoriya in a brutal Pummel Duel for trying to analyze him. Too bad Midoriya's already figured out how to get around his Quirk by this point.
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Compared to the previous villains he has neither multiple quirks or a hyper advanced tool to boost his Quirk. Despite this, he puts up an incredible fight through a combination of simple application of his Quirk, a home field advantage thanks to his security system and his back mounted support item Arachne.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: His Quirk. He's able to put up a hell of a fight against Midoriya with it and his tech, but because he never bothered to learn its limits or learn to control it, Midoriya's able to overcome him and defeat him.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Being told he gave up on humans drives him into an unthinking rage.
    Flect Turn: Shut up… shut up… shut up!

    Serpenters 

Serpenters

Voiced by: Jun'ya Enoki (Japanese), Mike Haimoto (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Sword Kill

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A pair of identical twins who work for Humarise, they act as part of the Elite Mooks for Flect. Their names are Ena and Dio, though few people can tell them apart.

Their Quirk, "Sword Kill", allows them to create blades from their arms and shoulders.


  • Always Identical Twins: They look exactly alike.
  • Animal Motifs: Snakes. Their Quirk is framed in a manner not too different from a snake attacking, but under the effects of Trigger, they gain a serpent-like appearance.
  • Antagonist Abilities: Of the Multi-Armed and Dangerous variety, due to being Tag Team Twins. Becomes even more literal after they inject themselves with Trigger.
  • Axe-Crazy: The most obvious trait they have is this. They spend their entire fight with Bakugo showing a Slasher Smile, and laughing as they fight him.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Their Quirk allows them to create blades for them to use in battle. When under the effects of Trigger, they can create six at once, allowing them easily overwhelm Bakugo.
  • Boomerang Bigot: They have Quirks yet are part of a terrorist group seeking to eliminate Quirks. Possibly averted due to the implication that they only joined Humarise to avoid being one of the group's targets, rather than because they actually agree with their cause.
  • Combination Attack: Their specialty. This, along with their speed, makes them especially deadly.
  • Coordinated Clothes: They wear the same red-and-white Humarise tunic and snake skin boots.
  • Creepy Twins: Two Ax-Crazy brothers who are a bit too enthusiastic about skewering people and spend most of their time onscreen laughing madly.
  • Dance Battler: Their fighting style is quite graceful and includes a lot of acrobatics.
  • Evil Laugh: They clearly have the time of their lives fighting people, if their constant high-pitched cackling is anything to go by. Lampshaded by Bakugo.
    Bakugo: "Stop your laughing! It's getting on my nerves!"
  • Fangs Are Evil: The twins both sport a very prominent pair of fangs, which only emphasizes their sinister nature.
  • Finishing Each Other's Sentences: Occasionally. It plays up their twinness.
  • Fragile Speedster: They're incredibly fast, able to overwhelm and badly hurt Bakugo, who was fast enough to easily keep up with Midoriya's increasing levels of speed, and avoid his attacks. That said, all it takes is Bakugo hitting them a few times for them to finally be put down.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: The WHM novelization gives some insight into which twin is which during their scenes. Ena has a slightly deeper voice than Dio and is apparently the more talkative and assertive of the pair.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Inflict this upon Bakugo.
  • Join or Die: It's implied that they're part of Humarise despite having Quirks because fighting on Flect Turn's side will allow them to be spared in the upcoming Quirk genocide.
  • Made of Iron: Even getting crushed by literal tons of rocks twice isn't enough to kill them.
  • Maniac Tongue: As a way to show how bloodthirsty and unhinged the twins are, one of them licks his lips with satisfaction at one point during their battle with Bakugo.
  • Not in This for Your Revolution: Both of them imply that they only follow Flect Turn to avoid getting killed, not because they believe in his cause.
  • Single-Minded Twins: They share the same sadistic, bloodthirsty personality and are completely synchronized. Their singlemindedness is actually weaponized: if they weren't so perfectly in-tune with each other, their partnership in combat wouldn't be as successful and dangerous as it is.
  • Slasher Smile: Both of them are prone to those in battle.
  • Snakes Are Sinister: Their animal motif is a snake, and both of them are villains who take a lot of pleasure in what they do.
  • Tag Team Twins: In battle they work together to assault their foe from every angle. Bakugo has a lot of trouble with them as a result.
  • Theme Twin Naming: The oldest brother is named "Ena", which means "One" in Greek, while the youngest brother is named "Dio", which means "Two".
  • Undying Loyalty: Both of them are completely loyal to Humarise, but hint at the fact that it's more out of fear that they'll get culled with the rest of Quirk users worldwide if they don't submit and give everything they have to defend the organization's goals than out of genuine ideological dedication.

    Beros 

Beros

Voiced by: Mariya Ise (Japanese), Michelle Rojas (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Long Bow

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One of Humarise's Quirk-using mercenaries. She spends the movie hunting down the heroes.

Her Quirk, "Long Bow", allows her to transform her fingers into a bow.


  • Archer Archetype: She's a Cold Sniper who uses any trick in the book to attack her foe, and fights from a distance.
  • Better to Die than Be Killed: After running out of arrows, Bakugo and Todoroki turning the tide of battle, and the briefcase being unable to be obtained, she chooses to jump off her helicopter, rather than be captured by the heroes. While it is not flat out confirmed she died, the characters' reactions and her vanishing entirely after more or less confirm it.
  • Boomerang Bigot: She has a Quirk herself, yet works for a group that wants to wipe out Quirks from the population. According to the philosophy of Humarise, the only way to "atone" for having a Quirk is to give one's life to the cause.
  • Cold Sniper: While she uses a Bow instead of a rile, she acts as one through out the film, always preferring to fight from a distance.
  • Disk-One Final Boss: She's the most persistent and dangerous member of the group initially introduced and serves as The Face of Humarise hunting down Izuku and Rody across the country. Fittingly, it's with her defeat and death that Izuku's Fugitive Arc ends and Flect's plan goes into motion, along with the secret of the briefcase being revealed to them.
  • Bottomless Magazines: Averted. Unlike other characters who can make weapons, Long Bow doesn't automatically create arrows for her to use, so she has to resupply them.
  • Robin Hood: From a design perspective, she invokes the traditional design of Robin Hood, complete with a green cloak like costume and a focus on archery.
  • Undying Loyalty: To Humarise. She picks death over capture and interrogation.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Her Quirk just allows her to make a bow, and she doesn't even get anything special beyond that. Despite that, she makes up for it with her skill and focus on long range fighting. She doesn't even technically lose her battles either, only giving up when she realizes she's failed.

    Leviathan 

Leviathan

Voiced by: Shogo Sakata (Japanese), Marcus D. Stimac (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Helical Scythe

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A hulking brute under the mutations of Trigger that acts as one of Flect's Elite Mooks.

His Quirk, "Helical Scythe", allows him to create water twisters.


  • The Berserker: By the time Todoroki fights him. He continually attacks and attacks even as Todoroki tries to counter him, and the "World Heroes Mission" tie in booklet describes him as having no rational mind due to being on Trigger.
  • The Brute: Acts as one for the organization, being one of its strongest members.
  • Combat Tentacles: The red appendages on his body not only let him control water (and typically shape it into tentacles to restrain foes) but can stretch and strike on their own if needed.
  • Expy: Between the berserker nature thanks to a strength-enhancing drug, general design and the placement of the tubes on his head, one can think of him as a stand-in for DC Comics Bane.
  • Humanoid Abomination: He is literally an ranging beast that is about two times the height of a normal human.
  • Making a Splash: His Quirk allows him to create water twisters, which makes him incredibly deadly against Todoroki, whose Fire is easily extinguished, while his Ice is destroyed too quickly.
  • Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: How Todoroki beats him. Leviathan attempts to swallow him whole, at which point Todoroki responds by using his flames to their highest point possible, burning him up from the inside.

    Sidero 

Sidero

Voiced by: Yuichiro Umehara (Japanese), D.C. Douglas (English)

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Iron Ball

  • Villains Want Mercy: When he gets encased in Todoroki's ice, he begs to be saved. Todoroki then proceeds to interrogate him.

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    Rogone 
  • Carry a Big Stick: His Quirk Iron Club turns both his arms into spiked clubs that can crush bedrock easy.
  • Giant Mook: Big and scary when using his Quirk, but compared to Leviathan he is nowhere near as powerful or important, being a minor speedbump.
  • Oni: What his Quirk boils down to, turning him into a classic Oni with clubs for arms.

    Alan Kay 

Alan Kay

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Unknown

A scientist who was forced to work for Humarise, who took the chance to escape in order to try and expose their plans.


  • Eyepatch of Power: He wears an eyepatch over the right eye.
  • He Knows Too Much: The reason why he's pursued by Humarise, as he has an SD card full of evidence to expose their plans with the Trigger Bombs and the key to stop them.
  • Kidnapped Scientist: Just one of many.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: He only appears during the prologue and is quickly hospitalized, but his escape ensures that the information and the key eventually gets to the heroes.

    Inventor of the Trigger Bombs *UNMARKED SPOILERS* 

Eddy Soul

Debut: My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Film)

Quirk: Unknown

The father of Rody and his siblings. His joining of Humarise caused his children to be forced into poverty.


  • Broken Pedestal: Rody was crushed when his loving father disappeared under the belief he joined a terrorist organization. It ultimately becomes a Rebuilt Pedestal once he discovers Eddy was actually kidnapped and forced to create the Trigger Bombs by said organization, even sacrificing himself to create the key to deactivate it and let his fellow colleague escape with it.
  • Disappeared Dad: Supposedly this was because he left his family to join Humarise. In reality, he was abducted by them.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: A brilliant engineer who was involved in the creation of the Trigger Bombs, as well as their kill code.
  • Good Parents: He was a kind and loving father to his three children who did a good job of providing for them, which made it all the more hurtful when he supposedly abandoned them to join a terrorist organization.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He made the kill code that could prevent the Trigger Bombs from activating, and was killed offscreen making sure that his ally could get out of Humarise with it.
  • Kidnapped Scientist: Flect abducted him and extorted him into developing the Trigger Bombs by threatening to kill his children if he didn't cooperate.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's impossible to describe his role in the plot without revealing both his connection to Rody and his creation of the kill code after being forced against his will to make Humarise's bombs.

Alternative Title(s): My Hero Academia The Two Heroes, My Hero Academia Heroes Rising, My Hero Academia Two Heroes, My Hero Academia World Heroes Mission

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