My Hero Academia: Artist Recreates Characters in Classic Anime Visual Style | Spaghetti Code

One of the series that continues to be talked about is My Hero Academiasince it has a fairly modern visual style and has the touch of master Kohei Horikoshi, in charge of creating the endearing characters of the series and who have captivated more than one.

For this reason, an artist decided to honor this great work by recreating some of the young heroes and even villains, but giving them a different touch and personality, since she decided to show them as if they were part of a classic anime with an animation style of the eighties.

Through Instagram, cartoonist @cherry_cheezy shared a series of images made by herself of Ochaco Uraraka, Himiko Toga and Momo Yaoyorozu as they appear in the anime series, but he gave them a classic touch and imagined that this is what the work would look like if everything had happened in previous years.

Source: @Cherry_cheezy

Definitely My Hero Academia could be up to other productions that have the same animation, such as sailor Moon, dragon ball and even Akiraso it could be considered one of the classic anime that will never cease to be popular.

Also, if you’re currently watching the series, it’s amazing to see how the animation style has evolved over the last 30 years. With this, the fans who grew up with this type of drawing style will feel identified and it will even hit them right in nostalgia, but it is a fact that there are currently good studios that bring works with excellent quality.

My Hero Academia shows that both in the past and in the present, it will be one of the best animes Shōnen that the industry could have, while we continue to look forward to the arrival of the sixth season.


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