My Hero Academia awaiting its finale

Ella Underwood, Editor in Chief

My Hero Academia, the show with the good and the bad. The show that sees someone have a favorite character but might kill them off anyway. Recently, the manga has been updating almost every week with new twists and turns, confusing readers more and more.
In a superhuman society where only eighty percent of the population has a superpower called a quirk, Izuku Midoriya was born without a power but then was granted with one after meeting his idol. The number one pro hero, All Might, passed his power onto Midoriya, letting him live out his dream and attend Japan’s top hero school, U.A. Only, the power comes with great responsibility to defeat the world’s most powerful super villain.
It has a few clichés, but the individual powers are unique. Each complex power has limits, drawbacks, and consequences. Characters being born without the ability to handle the quirk like Dabi who burns himself whenever he uses his fire power.
The fan favorites, as expressed by popularity polls, are Katsuki Bakugou, Izuku Midoriya, Shoto Todoroki, and a few more. These characters have all been elaborated on with background stories and childhood trauma. Shoto suffers at the hands of his father, Midoriya does not have a present dad, and Bakugou has anger issues related to his mother’s parenting.
All in all, the characters have my heart and I have cried at every death that has occurred. The characters are lovable and have familiar voice actors such as J. Michael Tatum and Chris Wehkamp. The creator and artist, Kohei Horikoshi, has an amazing art style and is respected for his ability of drawing hands. He has even expressed Tomura Shigaraki being his favorite to draw which requires over eight hands to draw. Talent and well thought out characters made this show addictive and hard to put down.