My Hero Academia created its own Commissioner Gordon without us knowing

Although the world of My Hero Academia is almost bursting with superheroes, the crime fighters have to work within the confines of the law, which means there are still cops trying to keep the Hero Society together, along with the students of the UA Academy and the highest rank. heroes. Surprisingly, not much time has actually passed since Deku and his friends first joined Class 1-A, but you may never know that due to Detective Naomasa Tsukauchi’s rapid progress, as fans are starting to notice how in progressed in a short time.

While most of the population has gained some kind of superpower thanks to the arrival of Quirks in the Shonen universe, from what we’ve seen so far, Tsukauchi hasn’t shown any abilities other than being a seriously effective detective. Naomasa assisted during both the Overhaul Arc, the latest War Arc, and the storyline that saw All Might and All For One tango, and also played a major role in the spin-off series, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes. In the tie-in manga, the detective had to deal with vigilantes trying to fight crime outside the law, and while no anime adaptation has been announced yet, we could see Vigilantes make its way to the small screen one day find. .

My Detective Academia

A fan of My Hero Academia put together some panels from My Hero Academias manga, showing Shonen followers how much the detective has changed from his previous appearances in the series to the present where All For One and Shigaraki give their all in an attempt to take down Hero Society:

Tsukauchi’s evolution through the story, in no less than a year, from jovial cop to “hard-boiled” detective from

The detective is certainly ready to have his hands full for the rest of the anime’s sixth season, teaming up with crime fighters in an effort to not only prevent the villains from continuing their destructive goals, but also to address the lack of society’s trust in the heroes. after the war arc. Fortunately, the gumshoe can rely on Deku moving forward, though the current One For All user will be very different for the rest of this season.

Do you think the trusty detective will make it out of My Hero Academia’s Final Arc alive? Feel free to let us know in the comments or call me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk about all things comics, anime and the world of UA Academy.

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