Both the My Hero Academia anime and manga focus heavily on Class 1-A at U.A. High School, where the most elite future do-gooders receive their educations. And although we love the quirky students, there are a few things about Class 1-A that really don’t make much sense. In this new exclusive video, we’re going to detail some of those things.
We’re starting off with Izuku Midoriya/Deku and his One For All Quirk. Although his fellow students are amazed by his abilities, no one except Bakugo seems to have caught on that he has a nearly identical Quirk to All Might. Now, Bakugo’s obsession with Deku and having known him for years does give him something of an advantage. However, it’s quite odd no one else at a school of some of the most elite students haven’t put together just what’s going on here. Although some characters are certainly not the brightest, there are a number of extremely intelligent students at U.A. High School, and it’s weird they haven’t figure this out. Of course, there are certainly justifications and various storytelling choices that come into play here, but it’s odd the series has never really addressed this too explicitly.
Check out the video below for more things about Class 1-A that really don’t make much sense.
My Hero Academia has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2014, and there are over 260 chapters available, as of writing. The series proved so popular that it received a spinoff, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes. The manga was turned into an anime that premiered in 2016. A fifth season of the My Hero Academia anime is currently in the works.
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In a new exclusive video, CBR looks at some of the things that just don't make sense about My Hero Academia's Class 1-A.