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The Boys Season 4 and My Hero Academia Share a Storyline

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“My Hero Academia” is sort of anime’s answer to “Sky High,” a show set in a world where 80% of the population has a superpower. The biggest villain Japan has seen is called All For One, whose power allows him to take and redistribute other people’s powers at will. After a huge fight with the country’s number one hero, All Might, All For One’s body was essentially decimated. It was through a young protegé named Tomura Shigaraki that All For One gained a chance at beating death, so he decided to groom Shigaraki to become his successor and heir, with the villain returning to the foreground of the anime and turning it into a must-watch once again. Except, rather than just raise him to be exactly like him, All For One is more nefarious, and instead transferred his power alongside his will into the body of Shigaraki. He then begins to slowly take over the body of his apprentice, with both of them wrestling for control.

Though All For One hasn’t fully taken control of Shigaraki, the young villain is still struggling with his mentor’s mind and ideas co-existing with his own dreams and personality. Our protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, aims to be the next number one hero, the symbol of peace. But now, in the face of the biggest enemy, in the face of unspeakable evil and horror, all he thinks about is trying to save the soul of Shigaraki (despite him being a more than willing participant in all of this) and get him away from All For One.



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