My Hero Academia Finally Shows Hagakure ‘Invisible Girl’ In Stunning Art

My Hero Academia is one of the most popular anime and manga series at the moment, and this is largely thanks to its characters with unique looks and abilities. For much of My Hero Academia, one of the great mysteries had been the face of Hagakure ‘Invisible Girl’, a young heroine who could reflect light around her turning her into an invisible girl.

Something that seems quite striking to us is that, in the last chapters, his face was revealed thanks to a confrontation against Aoyama, who was obeying All For One’s orders. As you can see below, Kohei Horikoshi shared an image on his official Twitter that shows Hagakure in full body.

The artist, who has been a bit missing from social media lately, came online out of the blue to share the special sketch. The piece was inked to highlight the manga’s most recent volume drop, and fans originally thought the heroine on the poster was Ochaco until they got a better look at her.

The artwork shows Hagakure in mid-jump wearing an interesting outfit, dressed in boots and thigh-high pants, the girl looking gorgeous in a peasant blouse and tattered cardigan. Of course, Hagakure is sporting her usual gloves in this shot, and it appears that she was wearing a pirate hat that has since come loose.

While part of his face is obscured by a glove, Hagakure’s face is easy to make out, as My Hero Academia removed his features a few months ago. But since few fans have seen the character, well, you can’t blame them for having to take Hagakure twice before placing her!

Of course, you can see the not-so-invisible girl teaming up with a friend in this poster. Kirishima is dressed in his own pirate gear here, and his abs are on full display. The two of them may not be an obvious pair to combine in battle, but Class 1-A knows how to work as a team no matter the situation.