One of the anime figures has a truly curious origin and comes from an antagonist of Andrew Garfield’s Spidey on the big screen. Who is it about?
Today we have countless popular titles in the gaming industry. anime and one of the most loved by fans is My Hero Academia. This show is set in a universe where superheroes and villains abound, so it’s understandable that some of them remind us of certain characters we’ve seen in the past, like one in particular that was created from the movie. The Amazing spider-man two.
This feature film was the sequel to the first film of 2012 that introduced us to the Peter Parker of Andrew Garfieldwho has just returned to Marvel for Spider-Man: No Way Home. April 2014 was the release date of the film, just a few months before Kohei Horikoshi published the first volume of his manga, so he took an idea of what he saw on the big screen for the development of the film. history.
+The character from My Hero Academia who was based on one from Spider-Man
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 introduces us to the villain Electro, played by Jamie Foxx, but it is not him we are referring to, but rather harry osborninterpreted by Dane DeHaan. In Horikoshi’s own words, Neito Monoma’s design is inspired by that version of the Marvel figure And that’s why he looks so much like the actor.
“Monoma’s character design is based on Dane DeHaan from Amazing Spider-Man 2″he assured in an interview with Weekly Shōnen Jump. The student of Class 1-B is one of the most beloved as he stands out from a completely different course than the protagonists and is usually presented as a villain, although it is not like that at all. “Phantom Thief” is his hero name and his power is copy abilities.
In the talk, the manga author also surprised by revealing that Spider-Man: No Way Home It is his favorite film at the moment. Before its premiere, it had multiple rumors and one of them was that Dane DeHaan He was going to return as Osborn, but in the end it was not carried out, although it is not ruled out for the future of the MCU. For his part, My Hero Academia awaits the premiere of its sixth season, which will arrive this year.