After watching My Hero Academia to help my friend catch up I was struck by the multitude of characters who have shaped the show. While not all of them have the same attention due to obvious reasons, there’s many that left the impression that I did. I attempted to consider all the Mha characters I thought were relevant to the story and put their roles in order.
List All Mha Anime Characters
First of all before we start we will exclude some pros heroes and the article has already been discussed in the blog see the link below :
Now that we have finished we can start this list … Warning this post is very long so please take your time haha
U.A High Staff
Nezu – Principal
Recovery Girl – Nurse
Lunch Rush – Chef
Thirteen – Rescue Training Specialist
Hound Dog – Guidance Counselor
U.A High Teachers
All Might – Heroics Teacher
Eraser Head – Class 1A Homeroom Teacher
Present Mic – English teacher
Cementoss – Modern Literature Teacher
Midnight – Modern Hero Art History
Snipe – Heroics Teacher
Ectoplasm – Mathematics Teacher
Vlad King – Class 1B Homeroom Teacher
The Big Three
Students from other Departments
Department of General education
Top 10 Mha Characters Ranked By Bravery
My Hero Academia is on the verge of a war in the upcoming 6th season and the stakes are higher than before. In a world where 80% of the population has some uncanny ability, the heroes of this superhuman society continuously face trials that unleash their bravery.
The impending Paranormal Metaliberation Front arc will be the next test of bravery for the student heroes, who have already come so far. Each character demonstrates their bravery best when they overcome their unique challenges as they work toward their dreams, making them the best characters to follow as the events unfold.
10. Minoru Mineta Lacks Substantial Bravery
Minoru Mineta is a spineless character. If Mineta stands up to overcome an obstacle of his own accord, it’s usually to save his own skin, for instance during his fight against Midnight in the midterm exams, making him fairly cowardly.
Mineta cries and runs away in the face of conflict. If he doesn’t immediately bail, he panics and throws the balls from his head with no clear objective. He’s inept in contributing to his team until one of his classmates comes up with a plan that involves his powerset, and even then his classmates must encourage him to follow through with their plan. His bravery is as substantial as the peer pressure he needs to coerce him into doing the right thing.
9. Momo Yaoyorozu Is A Warrior Of Internal Battles
Momo Yaoyorozu exhibits bravery in combating her own feelings of incompetence. Yaoyorozu acknowledges her insecurities that flare up when she’s in a crisis that requires quick thinking, but she combats those insecurities when she knows she’s needed to help her friends or reach her goals. After being given a moment to recenter, or a pep talk from a friend she can exceed her limitations.
Yaoyorozu is more competent than she believes, but usually ends up hampering her own abilities since she rehashes her internal battles in the face of a new challenge, never quite putting them to rest. She’s fairly brave for repeatedly facing her internal struggles, but she lacks the perseverance to stick to her convictions to prevent the same struggle from returning.
8. Mina Ashido Is A Bully Buster
Mina Ashido is naturally personable, and will not shy away from expressing disdain toward irritating characters, especially bullies or creeps. In her backstory, she stood up to a villainous character that cornered her friends, and she was able to talk her way through the predicament to send the villain on their way.
Ashido exercises her heroic qualities with little hesitation, but in circumstances that naturally suit her personality and established range of capabilities. She is effortlessly brave as it is in character to make use of her personable qualities to alleviate conflict, but this bravery is mostly apparent in low-stakes interactions.
7. Tsuyu Asui Is Unapologetically Honest
Tsuyu Asui’s honesty, if not brave in itself, demonstrates her bravery throughout the series. This is notable when Tsuyu tells her classmates she’d prefer to let the professional heroes handle Bakugo’s kidnapping, which starts an argument amongst the class.
In this scene, Tsuyu clearly feels uncomfortable taking a stand against her friends but stays true to her sense of justice. She stands up for her beliefs and expresses her thoughts and feelings to her classmates, even though it is not the class’s popular opinion. Tsuyu exhibits bravery in being open about her feelings and standing up for them even though she goes against the grain.
6. Shoto Todoroki Is A Rebellious Independent
Shoto Todoroki is brave for his rebellion and perseverance. After enduring a grueling childhood due to his father’s actions, he gets into UA without using his father’s powers or becoming a villain out to destroy Endeavor or heroism itself out of revenge.
Dabi/Touya Todoroki is a fan-favorite villain and a powerful foil to demonstrate how Shoto could have ended up like him but didn’t. Shoto uses his anger to prove he’d be better than Endeavor rather than seek more pain and destruction. Shoto doesn’t fear his father, rather he rejects him, which is remarkable for a child to challenge the person that has the most power over them in a manner that doesn’t involve revenge. Shoto had a rough start but demonstrates extraordinary bravery by mastering the means by which he combats injustice.
5. Eijiro Kirishima Is A Reinvented Man
Eijiro Kirishima is brave for his self-reinvention. Kirishima was meek and failed to stand up to bullies and be the hero he wanted to be. After nearly giving up on his dream, he regained inspiration from Crimson Riot and turned his life around. He trained, reinvented his look, and squashed his insecurities. There is notable proof of his progress when he puts himself in the line of attack between a sword villain and civilians in his hero debut.
Kirishima not only had the bravery to take the steps to change his demeanor, but he also took it a step forward and mastered his bravery. Kirishima is continuously kind to others, and never fails to intervene or step in to resolve a tough situation. He squashed his insecurities for good and continues to progress and exhibit his ideals.
4. Tenya Iida Is A Harbinger Of Justice
Tenya Iida is brave for standing up to the villain that devastated his hero. Tenya looked up to his older brother Tensei growing up, viewing him as the hero he’d hope to be which highlights his bravery in this arc.
When Tensei was incapacitated by Stain, Iida’s first instinct was to enact revenge rather than view Stain as an unstoppable force. The disparity between his view of Stain and Tensei demonstrates that Iida wasn’t sure if he was capable of taking down his brother’s perpetrator, but would try to avenge him regardless. Iida was never disillusioned, he still looked up to his brother, but bravely felt that he could overcome a powerful adversary.
3. Eri Runs Toward Her Worst Nightmare
Eri’s background was tragic, but made her all the braver for it. She was physically ripped apart and reassembled to produce anti-quirk weaponry for the Shie Hassaikai. Eri tried running away but was intercepted by Deku and Lemillion, which led to one of Eri’s most tragic moments onscreen. When Onslaught threatened to murder the heroes in front of her, Eri ran back to him to save their lives.
Eri was aware of the trade-offs of her actions. She chose to return to her nightmare rather than save herself or let the heroes die trying to save her when she was so close to freedom. Eri exercises extraordinary bravery for a young character and recognizes the balance of choosing the greater good in a situation that challenges her and others’ wellbeing.
2. Katsuki Bakugo Could Fight The World
Katsuki Bakugo is brave for overcoming adversity. Bakugo nearly died in middle school when he was taken hostage by the slime villain, fought villains alongside his classmates during training, and he was kidnapped by the League of Villains, managing it all with an unflappable confidence, making Bakugo one of the strongest UA students.
Bakugo fights back to the best of his abilities against the villains as a hostage, and still escapes (with his classmates’ help). Bakugo demonstrates that he can’t be torn down, choosing to fight until the end, even when he reveals to have felt helpless or terrified after he is out of the fray. Bakugo just keeps coming back stronger, brave in his ability to let nothing tear him down.
1. Izuku Midoriya Would Do Anything It Takes To Be A Hero
Izuku Midoriya/Deku is the ultimate example of a self-sacrificial hero. He always puts others’ safety above his own even if he almost dies in the process. Deku stepped up to save Bakugo from the slime villain before inheriting One For All, and only increased his heroics after harnessing his power.
Izuku Midoriya was raised to believe he could never be a hero because he was quirkless, but still chose to do everything he could to protect others. Deku embodies bravery in that he’s willing to face incredibly difficult battles he’s not certain he’ll win to become the hero he never thought he could be.
Who are the most Popular Mha Characters ?
20. Minoru Mineta
I think I speak for most My Hero Academia fans when I say that, out of all the characters in Midoriya’s class, Mineta is the worst.
This dude is nothing but a young Master Roshi with a weird superpower, who lacks all of the flow that the old Kame Senin had back in the early days of Dragon Ball.
I mean, even this guy’s quirk sucks. All he does is throw balls out of his hair, which sticks to other stuff and allow him to… erm… do stuff? He sucks.
He’s only had one influential appearance in the series and the rest of his showings have been him perving on the class’ girls. If you like him, apologies in advance (er, kinda in advance).
19. Koji Koda
I felt bad for Koda because he’s actually the nicest dude out of the bunch.
But let’s face it: his quirk is terrible and his bland personality makes him one of the least influential characters of the show.
He can talk to animals, and I’m pretty sure that he’ll become relevant at some point down the line. But as far as I’m concerned, Koji Koda has been one of the most underwhelming characters so far.
Thankfully, beating the “bad” standards of Mineta was difficult. So Koda managed to keep himself afloat on my list and stay away from the last spot.
A win in my book.
18. Momo Yaoyorozu
Do I even have to go into detail as to why Yaoyorozu is one of the worst characters in the series?
Her ability requires her to be semi-naked most of the time, which tells you the type of audience that this character is aimed for.
I’ve never been a fan of the whole “anime girl” culture that goes around these shows, but I do let it slip when the characters are good enough.
Shamefully, Momo isn’t a good character at all.
Her ability is cool and it has proven to be useful at some points… but she’s nowhere near the great character that she could’ve been if she was written more like a hero and less like a sex symbol.
17. All for One (So Far)
Considering this dude is touted as being the baddie of all baddies, one would think he would have a much more influential role in the series, right?
All for One has not delivered, in my opinion. In fact, it’s his pupil Shigaraki who has taken the lead role in the series.
I would assume that All for One would take a more influential role at some point, but only time will tell. As things stand, I would much rather see more of Shigaraki and less of All for One.
Ojiro and his tail are so boring that I simply cannot like them too much.
In a world where people shoot fire, ice, have super strength and super speed, having a tail is nothing more than a boring quirk that doesn’t add much to the series.
Add to that the guy’s bland personality and you have a recipe for a “meh” character. Notable, but meh.
15. Ochako Uraraka
Ochako walks on the line between “characters I do not like” and “acceptable characters” of the series.
She isn’t as likable as others, but she does contribute more than one would think.
From this point onwards I’ll stop my bitching and we’ll be taking a look at the best characters of MHA – Ochako is the line between the good and the bad. Not sure how to feel about that one…
14. Tsuyu Asui
Asui might not be the most interesting character, but her role and personality put her up there with the main cast in terms of interesting abilities.
She could be better, but she could be way worse as well.
13. Fumikage Tokoyami
Tokoyami has one of the best quirks out there.
And watching him struggling to control it makes it an even more interesting one to see.
I think Tokoyami is, out of all the “non-relevant” characters out there, one of the best in the series. And it comes as no surprise that he’s a fan favorite.
Twice might not be one of the main villains of the series. But his quirk definitely puts him up there with the best.
He truly shows how some quirks can be detrimental to people, even when they’re useful.
As much of a bad guy as he is, he’s definitely one of the best characters in the series. Even if not one of the main ones.
11. Tenya Iida
Iida is that dude that wants everyone to behave in class and keeps the class together through thick and thin.
He might not be the strongest or the most useful character out there. But his personality has made him into one of my favorites in the series.
Besides, the way he developed his friendship with Midoriya is just awesome. I absolutely love him as a character.
Would it be fair to say that Stain is the most influential short-lived villain in anime history? I think it wouldn’t.
He might’ve been beaten quickly, but we don’t often come across villains that truly stand out from the rest. Or villains that actually have a conviction for doing what they do… other than the classic “haha, bad guys go brrr” that we so often see in most anime.
The way Stain is presented, alongside his motivations and the way he fights against the kids, makes him one of the best characters that I’ve ever seen. In BNHA and in any anime.
9. Miro Togata
Not only is he the strongest student in the school, but also the most admirable one.
He sacrificed his powers in order to save Eri. Which only made us love him even more.
We’ll see where his story goes (I’m not sure if he’s taken back his powers –not currently reading the manga so give me a break, fellas).
In any case, regardless of how things pan out for him, Togata is a fantastic character that earned a spot for himself in all of our hearts.
8. Katsuki Bakugo
Bakugo might seem like an arrogant asshole who no one really likes.
To be fair, he does spend a good portion of the series being a bitter dude who does nothing but yell and get pissed at Midoriya for Izuku becoming stronger than him.
But he’s another character that has an upper development line that turns him into one of the best in the series.
The fact that this quirk is so well integrated into his suit is also another reason why so many people seem to love him.
7. Eijiro Kirishima
There’s just something extremely cool about Kirishima, man. I don’t know what it is, but it’s something between his personality and his quirk that makes him such a cool and loveable character.
Watching him develop his skills as the series goes by is extremely satisfying.
Not to mention it’s something that he truly deserves. By far one of the best heroes in the Academia!
The first time we see Eri, she gives us a really weird vibe.
I’m speaking in plural here because I’m pretty sure we all felt something similar the first time we saw her walking out of that alley towards Midoriya and Togata.
As the series go on and you start understanding Eri’s powers more and more, the character just goes on to become a fan-favorite all around.
The mission where they all go to rescue her is one of the best action sequences in the series, too. And Eri proves how powerful she is as Midoriya beats his “father” in their duel!
5. Shota Aizawa
Eraserhead’s personality might come as bland at first.
But as the series go on, you start noticing more details and appreciating just how fantastic his character is.
Aizawa-sensei is the best teacher in the school (as long as you don’t count All Might!).
And the way he tries to keep a hold of the class makes his character an interesting one that all fans of the series can truly love.
4. Shoto Todoroki
Todoroki’s relationship with his father turns him into a fantastic yet intriguing character that also has experienced a lot of growth as the series has gone by.
The whole interaction between him and his dad all adds together to create an even better character in Todoroki. And his quirks just make him a powerful addition to the “Good Guys” roster in the series, too.
His ability to control both fire and ice is truly one of the best in the entire MHA universe. So we wouldn’t expect anything less from Todoroki other than him being an influential character all-around.
3. Tomura Shigaraki
Arguably one of my favorite villains ever, Shigaraki is such a complex and interesting character.
I’d argue that he’s going to go down in history as one of the best anime villains of all time, once the series comes to a close.
The character design is also extremely interesting here, and makes his evil vibes ever more eerie. Which we can’t help but love.
Add to that his fantastic quirk and you have the perfect formula to create one of the most interesting anime villains (or at least one of the best when it comes to the influential anime series out there).
2. Izuku Midoriya
Midoriya starts off the series as an annoying little brat.
But his character ark is probably the main reason why the series has been so great.
The fact that he’s narrating the story makes it even more interesting. And the way his character changes and matures across MHA keeps us engaged and rooting for the guy to become the next best hero in the world.
I think Midoriya is one of those characters that so many anime seem to have, where you hate them at the beginning, but you end up becoming fond of them as time goes by.
That was the case for me, at least. But I’m pretty sure you can tell by now that I’m a bit of a hater anyway.
1. All Might
I think this guy is the main reason why so many people love the series.
He’s such a likable character.
And as a huge DBZ fan myself, he gives me the same positive vibes as Goku.
I would still argue that All Might is an even better character than Goku, and he could’ve been far more influential in the world of anime had BNHA come out back when Dragon Ball was huge.
In any case, the influence of All Might is not to be underestimated. The guy combines power, character, and decision-making to turn himself into one of the best dudes in the history of anime, hands down.
If My Hero Academia keeps the same level of influence once the series ends, and if no one screws up the ending of the series, I expect All Might to become an all-time favorite for years to come.
Who are The Best Villains Of My Hero Academia Characters ?
1. All For One
In a world where quirks are everything, being able to steal someone’s uniqueness and make your own would be quite meta.
And that’s exactly what makes “All For One” so devastating. He is the main antagonist of the series, and his quirk allows him to take someone else’s quirk and use it of his own accord.
However, his menace doesn’t stop there. His quirk also allows him to give someone else a quirk that he has.
And with such incredible power under his control, All For One becomes the biggest menace in the realm of My Hero Academia.
In fact, One For All was created with the intent of putting an end to All For One.
And that’s why this character is at the top of our list.
2. Tomura Shigaraki
Tomura Shigaraki is one of the lead characters in the series and is known for being the most mind-blowing character in recent anime.
Just like most anime villains, he also went through hell in his past. And it is because of that past that he ended up as destructive as he is.
However, to make his character even more interesting, he seems to be sharing blood relations with All Might’s teacher, Nana Shimura.
And this is why his being a villain and going against society adds more sentimental and emotional value to the overall story that this character has to portray.
And that’s why Tomura Shigaraki is ranked in the second spot. His quirk can disintegrate anything he touches, which involves his opponent’s face.
Known to be Touya Todoroki outside of the storyline, we have Dabi. He is one of the major villains in the show whose quirk is Blue Fire.
However, he is most popular for his relationship with the Todoroki family. It is said that Dabi is Touya Todoroki.
And there have been multiple pieces of evidence to prove this fact. The series hasn’t come out and said it on its own.
However, there have been situations that can be pieced together to prove the relationship. Just like most villains in the show, he joined the League by following Stain’s ideology.
And this fact acts as the foundation for this character’s principles, ideals, and actions. All in all, a great monster to deal with.
4. Toga Himiko
Toga Himiko is a fan favorite when it comes to villains. She is part of the League of Villains and is known for her contribution to the overall series.
While characters like Dabi haven’t been all that vibrant in terms of direct contact with our main cast, Toga has gone head-to-head against them multiple times.
And this is why she gets a lot of screen time and has interpersonal relationships with them.
Moreover, her quirk allows her to transform into any character using their blood. That’s right, if she has your blood, she can transform herself into you.
And if there’s a ton of blood from your body in her hands, she can also copy your quirk, your voice, and your aura very well.
This makes her a menacing villain in a fight.
This character acted as the foundation for every single villain in the initial segments of the show.
And that’s why he’s ranked so high on this list. Stain is one of the lead characters in the show, and remarking on him as a villain would be kind of incorrect.
He is an antihero who is against the Hero System that selects heroes in the realm of My Hero Academia.
His ideology states that being a hero isn’t a profession but, instead, an act of kindness and generosity that shouldn’t be portrayed with any monetary return.
And this ideology of this beast acted as the basis for all villainous actions after his demise.
He always admired and respected All Might, because, according to him, All Might is the only hero who deserves to be.
With a past so miserable yet relatable, the next character on our list is Twice.
He is one of the side characters in the show who happens to be part of the league as well.
He is known for his ability to create multiple individuals from himself. And these individuals will have various personality traits from the original body of Twice.
However, what makes him even better is the fact that he has gone through unreal depression and misery before being as hilarious as he is.
If you removed his mask, his head would start to split. And it is then that we realize how troublesome he can be.
He keeps on smiling while enduring the most brutal pain in the world. It seems relatable, right?
7. Gentle Criminal
Gentle Criminal is one of the notable villains from the latest seasons of My Hero Academia and is known for being quite vibrant on social media.
The purpose of Gentle was to spread his name as a criminal in this world.
And while he has his own reasons for them, he tried different ways to attain them.
His first appearance took place in the Cultural Festival Arc, and in that entire arc, he was the only villain to be dealt with.
His quirk allows him to bend and manipulate anything he touches. And his skills make him quite a formidable opponent.
However, Deku still manages to take him with his quirk and finally gets the best out of this trickster.
8. La Brava
She acts as an assistant to the Gentle Criminal. And the way she deals with that is quite interesting and wholesome.
She is one of the side villains in the show whose real name is Manami Aiba and also has a second name as Loverlover.
She is known to be one of the most important characters in the 4th season of the series.
And as a character from the Cultural Festival Arc, she serves as a secondary villain.
She always wanted to support Gentle Criminal and make him the biggest and most popular criminal of his era.
However, Deku managed to get both of them, and so, her dreams were shattered. However, she also realized that her evil ways couldn’t be ignored.
Initially, she was just a schoolgirl.
He is known for being the messenger between the League and our heroes. However, that doesn’t change the fact that he can be a menace on the battlefield.
Kurogiri is one of the main characters in the show, and his personality is quite professional.
It was later revealed in the show that he was Eraser Head and Present Mic’s long-lost friend.
That’s right, Kurogiri is actually Oboro Shirakumo, who was killed during his internship. And his soul was twisted and used to make Kurogiri.
Later on, it was confirmed that Kurogiri was a Nomu who was mutated from the remains of Oboro.
And as the show progresses, this fact gets cemented when Eraser Head and Present Mic have a talk with him.
This man is beyond dangerous when it comes to battle. And so, his excellence just can’t be ignored.
Overhaul is one of the main villains in the realm of My Hero Academia and acted as the major antagonist for the majority of the 4th season.
His quirk allows him to manipulate the physical structure of any object he touches using his hands.
And this quirk is very similar to the concept of alchemy present in the anime Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood.
He was part of the Shie Hassaikai and acted as the successor leader of the same.
Therefore, his importance to the group and the overall storyline was insane. And his battle against Deku was one of the most beautiful battles in the entire series.
11. Mr. Compress
He managed to pull off something that changed the course of the series forever. Coming from the league of villains, we have Mr.
Compress. His quirk allows him to compress any person into small marble-like balls. And this makes kidnapping quite convenient.
In one of the major arcs of the third season, he performed his quirk on Katsuki Bakugo.
And that gave rise to the Bakugo rescue arc in the show. It was because of his successful event that Bakugo’s character changed forever, and he started to blame himself for All Might’s retirement and closure to his hero powers.
From a narrative standpoint, Mr. Compress has done quite a lot as a villain, and that should be appreciated by the fans.
Although he isn’t from the series, he is still an incredibly powerful and impactful villain in the show.
Nine is the main antagonist of the movie My Hero Academia Heroes Rising. And his quirk is very similar to that of All For One.
He was an outcast from society who was taken in by Dr. Daruma, and so he was granted the power that All For One has.
The only difference is that, unlike All for One, he can only store up to 9 quirks in his own body.
And even while he does that, his body will break from the inside. His disease makes him weaker in the series, which is a good thing.
Otherwise, he would have been a completely unreal monster in the movie and, to a point, could have been unbeatable.
Working as the successor to the mission that Destro laid out, we have Re-Destro. He is one of the major antagonists in the fifth season of My Hero Academia and acts as the leader of the Meta Liberation Army.
And that makes him a villain whose skills are beyond amazing. He has the ability to convert his anger and aggression into raw power.
And using that raw power, he goes head to head against quite a lot of opponents.
Interestingly enough, Re-Destro wasn’t defeated by a hero. Instead, Tomura Shigaraki took care of him, and so he decided to hand over the entire Meta Liberation Army to him after noticing his passion and focusing on what he wished to achieve.
14. Dr. Kyudai Garaki
This character never had the courage to show up at the front lines. However, what he has done in the background is beyond accountability.
Dr. Kyudai Garaki is one of the major villains in the series who is known for his insane contribution to the villainous attempts of All For One.
To put it simply, he is the mind behind all the plans that All For One has kept in-store.
And he manages the execution of the same. In the latest season of the show, he managed to make Shigaraki into a completely new monster.
And later on, he blessed him with a power so outstanding that his strength levels would go beyond his own comprehension.
There’s a reason why he looks like the evilest person in the entire show.
Rappa is one of the side villains in the show. He appeared in the Shie Hassaikai arc and was quite impactful while on screen.
Just like Stain, calling him a villain would be slightly incorrect since he never deeply wished to cause harm to anyone, as his boss Overhaul did.
Instead, all he wanted was a potent fighter to spar with. And this is why people love Rappa’s character, one way or another.
He went against Kirishima in the 4th season, and that fight is one of the most underrated in the entire franchise.
By referring to Kirishima as a man, Rappa proved his morals and principles were those of an incredible warrior.
And this is why the fandom respects him quite a lot as well.
This monster first appeared in the first season of the show. And it was during his appearance that the audience realized how drastic the show could get with its themes and narratives.
Nomu is one of the minor antagonists in the show who goes toe-to-toe against All Might while the students of Class 1A are stuck in the training facility.
This makes this character remarkable and popular at the same time. However, Nomu, in the grand scheme of things, isn’t exactly one character.
Instead, it can be called a breed of villains who appear in the show quite a lot of times.
These are mutated beings who have abilities with the intent of destroying villains. And in the anime, they act as the prime weapons for the league of villains.
Since the movie hasn’t been popular enough yet, I would try and avoid any sort of spoiler.
But basically, Flect-Turn is one of the major antagonists of the show who takes the lead in the movie titled My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission.
He is the leader of a group known as Humarise. And this group isn’t about a bunch of normal villains.
Not at all. Instead, Humarise is a group of terrorists, and he wishes to use this group to avoid the end of civilization.
He explains the concept of Quirk Doomsday and uses it as a justification for his actions.
His major aim is to take care of all the pro heroes and quirk users in order to collapse society.
He may not seem all that menacing at first. However, his actions speak otherwise. Spinner is one of the major antagonists in the show who joined the League of Villains for the sake of making Stain’s dream come true.
He is part of the Vanguard Action Squad, and that makes him a remarkable character from a narrative standpoint.
Moreover, he is also quite popular for his dedication and loyalty towards Stain and the League of Villains.
He is now said to have become a part of the Meta Liberation Army and stands as the lieutenant of the Paranormal Liberation Front.
If you ask me, it’s a well-known position.
This man is evil. And when I say evil, I mean pure evil. Muscular is one of the side villains from the series who was part of the League of Villains and served as one of the members of the Vanguard Action Squad.
However, his presence in the anime reached far beyond that. His quirk allows him to expand his muscles and enhance his physical capabilities to the point that his strength becomes immeasurable.
To put it simply, he can become so strong that his body becomes somewhat invincible.
And it is because of this deadly quirk that he has that he manages to bear all the attacks from Deku even when he uses 100% of One For All.
However, in the end, he was taken care of when Deku used 1 million percent.
This nomu caused absolute havoc in the city. And his appearance created the fear that the league needed to assert its dominance.
High-End Nomu is one of the minor antagonists of the show who was actually a human before he became the misery he did.
He became part of the League of Villains and was later on transformed into a subspecies of Nomu called the High End, which allowed him to have communication and intelligence in place.
This was a massive victory for the League of Villains because, from here on, every single Nomu will be beyond incredible in terms of danger.
And it took a ton of effort from the number one hero, Endeavour, to take care of this beast.
Chronostasis is one of the minor antagonists in the series and is known to be the right-hand man for Overhaul.
He is a man who has done the unthinkable and changed the course of the series forever.
How? Well, because he shot our boy Mirio and took away his quirk. He was the one who assisted Overhaul in his attempt to bring back the Yakuza.
And so, he was also the one who was quite dominant in the Shie Hassaikai group.
In the anime, Chronostasis is shown to be quite loyal to Overhaul, and he stood his ground until the very end for that man.
Therefore, despite being a villain, he has his fair share of good things to bring to the table if the situation calls for it.
This man is known to be one of the most loyal beings to Overhaul. And has proven his value more than once.
He is one of the minor antagonists in the show, and as someone who loves to serve, he has been quite entertaining.
Nemoto is a con artist whose quirk is also in coherence with his capabilities. His quirk is called “Confession,” which, just as the name suggests, makes the user confess to him regarding anything he asks for.
This quirk may not seem all that powerful at first. However, when they both get together, Nemoto uses his quirk in an extremely clever way to con his opponents and make them confess to things that he wants.
This is what makes him so remarkable in the show.
He can make you fall asleep without breaking a sweat. This is what makes Mustard so remarkable.
He is one of the minor antagonists in the show whose quirk is named Gas.
This quirk allows him to release a gas that makes his opponents fall asleep. The catch here is that Mustard himself is not immune to his own attack.
Therefore, his attire includes him wearing a mask that protects him from falling asleep himself.
And this is why Mustard happens to be a bit of a hurdle villain in the show.
He is shown to have a bit of jealousy towards UA High Academy students and the way society treats them.
Geten is one of the minor antagonists in the show whose character has appeared fairly recently in the show.
His villain name is Iceman, and his rank as a villain is known to be B.
Furthermore, he is quite captivating as a person; however, because his face is not properly shown, he appears to be a rather enigmatic individual.
His quirk is quite useful in the sense of battle. In fact, he is known for being extremely problematic for the league when they were against the liberation army.
All in all, he is a great villain for situations where the opponent isn’t a fire user like Todoroki.
And the prowess that Geten has in fighting against his enemies is just insane. There’s a reason why he was able to hold his own against Dabi.
This monster wasn’t born. He was created. And he was created by none other than Dr.
Daruma. Gigantomachia is said to be one of the minor antagonists in the show. However, he is definitely not a minor in size.
He hasn’t faced off with our main character yet. However, when he does, he will absolutely annihilate everyone he goes up against.
According to the series’ narrative, Gigantomachia is a gift from All For One to Shigaraki as his successor.
However, Shigaraki must-win Gigantomachia’s trust to gain control over him. And in the final segment of the show, he manages to barely do so.
Shigaraki has raised his standards to a completely new level by just adding him to his arsenal.
So there you have it, weebs. These were the top 25 best My Hero Academia villains you just read.
how old is the mha characters ?
Our list is going to contain a number of main characters, both antagonists and protagonists, that have appeared throughout the series. You’re going to find out their exact ages in the story and their dates of birth, their exact heights and, of course, some of their main powers. It’s going to be a very fun list so enjoy!
|Izuku Midoriya||4-16||July 15||5’46”|
|Shōto Todoroki||15-16||January 11||5’47”|
|Enji Todoroki||45-46||August 8||6’39”|
|Himiko Toga||16-17||August 7||5’15”|
|Tomura (Tenko) Shigaraki||20-21||April 4||5’74”|
|Katsuki Bakugo||4-16||April 20||6’64”|
|Toshinori Yagi||Unknown||June 10||7’21”|
|Shōta Aizawa||30-31||November 8||6’00”|
Who is the most powerful character in mha ?
All Might is certainly the strongest character in the world of My Hero Academia so far. Born Quirkless just like Izuku, All Might received the power of One For All from his mentor, Nana Shimura. With some training, All Might was able to make this power his own, and within a few years, he became recognized as one of the strongest Heroes of all time. With time, he established himself as the Symbol of Peace, and thanks to him, the crime rate in Japan dropped significantly.
With the power of One For All, he was able to reach the very top and stay there for years to come. Even someone as strong as All For One didn’t have it in him to defeat All Might. During his time as the Number One Hero, All Might fought All For One twice and managed to defeat him during both encounters. Without a doubt, he’s far stronger than Izuku Midoriya.
Who are The Best Mha Characters In My Hero Academia : World Heroes’ Mission ?
Over the last four years, fans of My Hero Academia have been treated to three theatrical films, with each new one somehow managing to top the last. While the films are stand-alone entries, with none of the events within them ever mentioned in the show afterwards, they’ve not only managed to tell highly compelling stories, but have also introduced several new and interesting characters into the lore.
The third and most recent film, World Heroes Mission has just about everything a fan could ask for, including memorable new characters, as well as returning fan favorites. But which of them manage to leave more of an impact?
One of several new characters introduced in the film, Salaam is the number one pro-hero in Egypt. He isn’t given much screen time, and practically nothing is revealed about his personality or what exactly is quirk is used for. Thankfully however, the manga that was handed out to theater patrons offers some more insight into his character.
His quirk, known as Papyrus, gives him the ability to flatten his body to a paper-thin form. He uses his quirk to slip through tight spaces and travel at high speeds by riding the wind. Despite his brief appearance, the time he is given is quite memorable, thanks to his unique quirk and character design.
Currently the number one hero in Japan after All-Might’s retirement, Endeavor needs hardly any introduction at all. In the film, he’s tasked with leading the team based in Otheon in an attempt to end the chaos of the terrorist cult, Humarize.
He isn’t given too many chances to show off the power of his quirk, but fans do get to see a side of him that he has only recently displayed in the series. As he attempts to rebuild the broken relationship he has with his own children in one of the series’ greatest redemption arcs, he also shows legitimate concern for his work-study students, rushing to defend Izuku Midoriya’s innocence when he’s framed for murder.
8. Clair Voyance
Partnering up with Endeavor on the team based in Otheon is pro-hero Clair Voyance. Much like Salaam, her screen time is limited, but her character is impossible to forget.
She possesses an X-ray-like quirk known as “Voyance”, which allows her to see through any inanimate object or building within her view. This quirk becomes extremely useful during her team’s raid of a Humarize base. While lacking combat skills, she keeps a taser gun of sorts holstered at her side as backup support for her comrades. She also has an unnamed sidekick, who wears a flying-squirrel suit and can carry a person’s full weight while in mid-flight.
7. Shoto Todoroki
Son of Endeavor and one of the strongest students at U.A. high school, Shoto Todoroki puts all of his best character qualities on full display in the film. He shows true leadership and loyalty to his friends, especially after he and Bakugo set out to help Midoriya as he runs from the law.
His greatest moment, however, comes during his fight with the villain and Humarize member known as Leviathan, who has physical strength has been greatly enhanced by the trigger drug. During his intense battle, Todoroki pulls out all the stops and gets more creative with his quirk, unleashing a barrage of unique attacks and defenses until it all builds up to the most powerful and impressive move he has ever shown.
One of the film’s supporting villains, Beros is a mercenary working with Humarize. Her masked face and mysterious, calculated nature give off vibes similar to a brainwashed Bucky Barnes in the MCU.
A highly skilled archer, she uses her quirk “Longbow” to form her fingers into exactly that. The power she releases on her arrows is enough to even penetrate moving vehicles at far distances. While her real name and backstory will most likely remain unknown forever due to her death, this character is one of those examples where the mystery is far more interesting and intriguing than the answer.
Compared to the main antagonists of the franchise’s previous two films, Flect is certainly the most memorable of them all. A charismatic and complex character with a darkly complicated motive, he’s certain to become one of those MHA villains fans love the most.
As the leader of Humarize, Flect sees quirks as a danger to humanity and seeks to drive all super-powered individuals to extinction. His own quirk, “Reflection”, gives him the ability to reflect the impact of any attack back onto the attacker themselves. Like most cult leaders, he’s convinced that what he is doing is for the greater good, which makes him even more dangerous and frightening.
4. Katsuki Bakugo
Not much about Bakugo has really changed at this point. He’s still just as hot-headed and arrogant as ever, but he does seem more cooperative and willing to work alongside Midoriya and Todoroki (although, he’d never admit it).
His shining moment in the film comes during the climax, in his showdown with the twin villains known as the Serpenters. In a rather brutal fight scene and a rare occurrence of vulnerability, Bakugo is slashed and stabbed repeatedly by drug-enhanced twins with their corded blades. Against all odds, however, he manages to push past his limit and defeat them in one of the most impressive and destructive displays of power his quirk has ever shown.
3. Izuku Midoriya / Deku
Izuku Midoriya has become one of the most iconic and beloved protagonists in all of anime, and it’s not at all hard to see why. His formidable optimism and admirable generosity make him one of those characters fans would love to be friends with in real life.
When the story takes a turn in an unexpected direction by placing him on the run while wanted for murder, fans are given a glimpse into just how Midoriya can handle his own dangerous situation when he’s the one taking charge of it. Especially in his showdown with Flect, much like Bakugo and Todoroki, he manages to prove just how much he can hold his own without having to rely on any teammates to back him up.
This adorable pink bird isn’t just a comic relief companion to Rody Soul, and she certainly isn’t a character created to sell merchandise. In many ways, she actually happens to be the real hero of the film’s story.
Pino is the physical manifestation of Rody’s quirk, reflecting his true feelings and emotions to a humorously exaggerated level. However, she’s also shown to have a mind and feelings of her own, waking Midoriya to save Rody from a villain attack after an attempt to give up the briefcase to the authorities. She was also the one who disarmed Humarize’s trigger bombs, thus saving humanity. How could anyone not fall in love with this bird?
1. Rody Soul
Throughout the course of the film, this newly introduced character becomes the Samwise Gamgee to Midoriya’s Frodo Baggins. While Midoriya is still the main protagonist, the character of Rody becomes the true heart and soul of the film.
The death of his father at the hands of Humarize had left this fast-moving huckster as the sole caretaker of his two younger siblings, taking up shady criminal underground jobs to provide for them. His distrust of heroes begins to fade upon being thrust into Midoriya’s run from the law and being touched by his determination and generous nature, as he’s reminded of the good left the world. His sense of humor and character growth are incredibly engaging, making him of the best original characters of any My Hero Academia movie.
Who is The Smartest Mha Characters ?
One of the great aspects of My Hero Academia characters One of the best things about My Hero Academia characters is each brings their finest qualities and flaws to each other, and strive to be part of a team or independently. It’s possible to say that all of them are to be intelligent, even though they may not be as enthusiastic about displaying the same skills as others. We’re not giving the names of any, Bakugo.
While the main focus is Classes 1-A as well as the difficulties they have to face as heroes-intraining, there are other major characters from the MHA characters who have a significant role to play in the story’s development who display a greater level of intelligence and wit.
15. Tsuyu Asui
Tsu usually is a calm and straightforward person which can be a surprise to people However, she is nearly always helpful to the safety or the mentality of her companions. She’s usually calm and is able to communicate her thoughts about a subject, but she isn’t without emotion.
She placed sixth in mid-terms for Class 1-A’s class and demonstrated her analytical abilities at the Unforeseen Simulating Joint (U.S.J.) when she was able to figure out where Izuku’s quirk originated to be and the League of Villains may be considering.
14. Tenya Ida
Being ranked second overall in the mid-term exams of Class 1-A, Tenya Ida is a excellent student who takes his academics serious. He is 1-A’s class representative and is extremely strict in his duties, but he also tries to be kind to his peers whenever the need arises. it.
The sharper mind of his character was a benefit in the fight against Hero Killer Stain in the second season of the anime. Stain almost murdered his twin brother who was the professional hero Ingenium and his capacity to withstand such extreme circumstances is a testimony to his shrewdness.
13. Shoto Todoroki
Being the youngest child of Endeavor and also the best student based on their recommendations, Todoroki is constantly examined because the only thing he does is use one-half of his talents. He is adamant about the fire quirk that his father taught him. However, even though it is not related to his intelligence base as he ages and becomes more emotionally intelligent and matures, he realizes that he is able to utilize the fire quirk without being his father.
He placed fifth overall during the mid-terms of Class 1-A, and, as he’s shown in every villain fight they’ve faced, he is a great deductive expert regarding the best time and place to strike the enemy or aid his fellow classmates.
12. Nana Shimura
The seventh holder of the One For All quirk and All Might’s mentor Nana Shimura is seldom seen in the show and appears only in flashbacks. There isn’t much information about her other than being close to the pro-hero Gran Tornio, and that she was the mother of the antagonist in the series Tomura Shigaraki.
While she may not be as conventionally smart as others but she has created a strong emotional ability. She influenced the All-Might’s brave spirit and assisted him become the greatest hero ever, which must count for something.
11. Tomura Shigaraki
Shigaraki develops the most throughout the course of the series, in terms the level of intelligence. When we first see him he’s exuberant and rash when he believes he has the students and heroes within his hands.
He shows that he is able to learn and grows as he develops the idea of joining with the League of Villains and the Shie Hassaikai. He is analytical and can discern the tactics of his adversaries quickly. And, when the time comes to confront Izuku the Izuku, his motives have changed as is his mind.
10. Mei Hatsume
Mei is a student in Class 1-H of the Support Department at UA. The fact that she is in this class alone means that she’s more knowledgeable than many of MHA characters, but her exuberance can make her appear as a bit confident.
She designs gadgets that target be capable of manipulating Tenya Ida to use her support equipment for promotion for the Sports Festival, and when she fails, she continues to push herself and is constantly increasing her intelligence.
Kai Chisaki, better known as Overhaul is among the most disgusting My Hero Academia Characters. Rarely sign his name without his distinctive plague mask, Overhaul is a doctor with the unbeatable ability of disassembling and reassemble everything that he touches, making Overhaul a more powerful, versatile and deadly as Tomura’s Shigaraki’s.
While his plans eventually thwarted, Chisaki’s cleverness was close to bringing ending the quirks completely. His cool demeanor as well as his ruthless determination to achieve his goals makes him a formidable character, and he’s likely to beat the most powerful villains by himself.
8. Izuku Midoriya
Izuku is a student of the behavior, actions and traits of sidekicks, heroes and villains throughout his life. He employs his keen observation abilities to discover how he can become an hero even if you don’t have a characteristic.
When he inherits his personality and overcame his most painful moments and the biggest hurdles the power of his heroes’ intelligence All-Might specifically, plays a larger part in figuring out the best way to use One-For-All safely.
7. Fumikage Tokoyami
To collaborate with a quirk such as Dark Shadow Tokoyami is not just required to balance his work as part of the team but within himself too. He’s in a peculiar position. As one of the few students with a quirk that is sentient training and meeting the expectations as a hero is very difficult.
His skills are mostly tactical , but is still higher than other major military characters. He demonstrated his capability to multi-task as well as his the skills of observation during battle in Calvary Battle.
6. All Might
It’s possible to conclude that among the smartest principal characters in the MHA characters is an Pro Hero and the “Symbol of Peace” But All-Might has earned his spot here by the many bits of advice he’s given every student, no matter what their quirks may be even if he has to use the “teaching for beginners” instruction book.
While he sets himself up to be the ultimate symbol Of Peace All Might demonstrates his empathy and wisdom by highlighting and focusing on his students’ strengths , while also encouraging them to rethink his Pro Hero goals. His mind is still dependent on battle intelligence , more so than the book however he is able to make use of it in the future as time passes.
5. Momo Yaoyorozu
Momo Yaoyorozu’s talents are evident in her position of S-class intelligence. Her ability to create objects has limits however her ability to know the best time to create and what it is can be evidence of her intelligence and also.
She is the most intelligent student in the class of Class 1-A and scored first in their midterms. Although she must master lessons with confidence She acknowledges that she is able to analyze situations in a way that will help her as well as her fellow students and used her analytical skills in the time she as well as Todoroki took on Eraser Head.
4. Gran Torino
Another teacher of Izuku Midoriay as well as an old friend of Nana Shimura, Gran Torino initially presents himself as an old, senile man when he’s introduced in midway into the second season of the show. But there’s nothing than the fact that Gran Torino proves to be an extremely helpful guide to the aspiring hero.
He appears to be an a little gloomy and regretful in his later years However, Gran Torino is certainly one of the most wise living pro characters in My Hero Academia and was one of the main players during the attack at Nomu’s production facility in season three. Nomu production facility during season three.
This may be too simple of a selection to be placed within the top three most clever principal MHA characters However, Pro Hero Eraser Head also known as Shota Aizawa is certainly worthy of this honor. The teacher for Class 1-A is but he’s an active hero who does not get too attached to people close to him. He’s very adept in keeping his ideals and an end at hand, whether that is taking on the villain or teaching his students to keep his students safe.
Eraser Head has high expectations of his students, yet Eraser-Head doesn’t give them advice at every opportunity that comes his way; He lets them learn their own lessons while they are presented with opportunities. His exceptional intelligence is due to the love he has for his students as well as his understanding and acceptance of the world that they’re training to prepare for.
2. Sir Nighteye
The shrewd and demanding teacher to Mirio Togata, the character from the third season Sir Nighteye has an unassuming, cold look even though he is deeply concerned for the people closest to him.
In addition, his abilities even though it is limited, it can give him insight into the future of any character which means that in certain scenarios his suggestions can never be incorrect. While the raid on Shie Hassaiki’s compound Shie Hassaiki compound could ultimately end his life it’s not a any doubt in the fact that Sir Nighteye is among the most clever My Hero Academia Characters.
The villain who is the most powerful is also the smartest persona that has appeared in the MHA to the present. He’s been the one who has been driving this League of Villains, and when he develops quirks, he discovers much more than the original holder who had the quirk.
Certain of his quirks can even increase his ability to think. All-For-One is also a skilled strategist when it comes to fighting All Might and knows when to press his button and move and then run. The possibility the fact that All Might was able to make use of the final ounce power of him to defeat him is awe-inspiring.
Mha Characters Ranked By Power Levels
I hope you had a fun time going through these villains or broken heroes and found at least one villain or hero among mha characters you had forgotten about.
Thanks a lot for reading and, until next time, Sayonara!