It seems that the boss of The Big Three is nothing more than a joke…
The once important rivalry between Deku and Mirio has just lost all relevance thanks to the events of the last chapter that end up reducing the character to a mere punchline and his powers to something more than useless. This article will contain spoilers for the next chapter of My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia).), the manga that has come out in the last few hours on the MangaPlus by Sheisha service.
But after Mirio lost his quirk in the main story, and following further developments, this compelling rivalry quickly came to a halt, and mangaka Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) chapter 366 has just sealed Mirio’s fate. Lemillion to failure. After all of his attempts to hold off his opponent Tomura Shigaraki were unsuccessfulthe hero resorts to the only thing he can do in these situations, an embarrassing display that is enough to scare him so that the former mighty hero can save the day.
Mirio resorting to this silly tactic at such a pivotal moment underscores just how low his character has sunk. (and the great level of power that he previously possessed). It is clear that fans of his should no longer consider him a true contender to be the next “Symbol of Peace”, a place that seems to be occupied by Deku, whose lack of an innate quirk has allowed him to handle One For All better than anyone else. While All Might originally bestowed the quirk based on Deku’s heroic spirit, this boy’s unique situation means he can tap into all of his predecessors’ quirks.
If Lemillion had acquired One For All as originally intended, then he would only have been able to handle Permeation and the One For All, not the many others that Deku now has at his disposal. This reality made it clear that Deku was the best possible successor to All Might, but Lemillion’s more recent characterization prevents the two from seeming like comparable heroes who deserved the quirk on their own merits.
Mirio sealed his fate as a comedy punchline in My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia)
In the most recent chapter, My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) ignores the opportunity to remind fans that Lemillion was once considered worthy of this honor, for example by having him once again innovate with his “useless” quirk. of permeation to combat Tomura Shigaraki. Instead, the chapter chooses to emphasize his sense of humor, certainly a defining quality.which would make anyone watching happy that Deku won the One For All instead of him.
My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) generated a lot of drama at the beginning of the series due to the fact that Lemillion did not have the opportunity to use his quirk (perhaps with more skill). Unfortunately for the character, this manga seems to have outgrown that concept, and while it’s an appropriate choice to have him delay Shigaraki with such a silly tactic, it means that the Mirio vs Deku rivalry has now probably meant nothing and can no longer be taken. really.
When it was first introduced, My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) immediately portrayed Lemillion as a senior who was far beyond DekuAnd not just because he was older. What initially separated Deku from his classmates and other heroes was that his body was originally unable to acclimate to One For All, and he would succumb to serious injury whenever he tried to unleash the power on him. But Lemillion had similar problems and yet he overcame them and did it alone while Deku needed the help of others. Readers later learned that Lemillion had originally been chosen as All Might’s successor, with some pro heroes seeing him as the most worthy candidate long after Deku acquired One For All.