When it comes to teachers and anime, there are few guys who can stand up to Aizawa de My Hero Academia. In his own way, the professional hero has been more influential to Izuku Midoriya than All Might, and his care for Class 1-A is unmatched.
Of course, this is why fans of Boku no Hero Academia have been worried about the hero after the raid on Shigaraki Tomura, and the manga he knows. That’s why we finally got to see the hero, and it seems like Aizawa’s wounds will never go away.
The update is courtesy of chapter 325 of the MHA manga available in MANGA Plus. The series of Kohei Horikoshi took time this week to help Izuku, as the public got to see the boy from a new perspective.
What happened to Aizawa from Boku no Hero?
After chapter 325 of the manga, Aizawa was shown to be alive but with sequelae from his injuries. Once the refugees chose to hug Deku, the manga focused on director Nezu, who appeared to be talking to Aizawa. Eraserhead is still in the hospital, and the worn out hero smiles despite his horrible injuries.
As of Boku no Hero Academia manga 325, Aizawa has the right eye raised due to Shigaraki touching it briefly in their battle. The villain’s powers of decomposition are stronger than ever, and Aizawa was unable to escape permanent damage after this fight.
It seems that his eye has scars under the patch on his face, so it is unknown what Aizawa has behind the cloth. And of course there is the matter of his right leg that got caught in the battle. Instead, it seems that Eraserhead lost his leg from the knee down.
Finally, it appears that Aizawa has been given a prosthetic leg to counter the loss, but the hero tells Nezu that he is still getting used to it. “I will not be the next Mirko, I can tell you that,” Aizawa told the UA director with whom he is working in rehab and doing his best to liberar a Shirakumo de Kurogiri.
While progress has yet to be made, experiments are underway on the captive Nomu. Scientists want to know if they can reverse the engineering done to take souls from a Nomu. And if he can, well, all of Aizawa’s hardships will be worth it. For more information, you can read our article on Oboro Shirakumo de My Hero Academia.
How many volumes does the My Hero Academia manga have?
At the time of writing this article in The Truth News, Boku no Hero Academia has 31 volumes (compilation volumes) manga published with Shonen Jump. Similarly, the five seasons of anime My Hero Academia can be seen on Crunchyroll O Funimation.