The new My Hero Academia film will show us a criminal side of Deku, and the synopsis of the film revealed to us why he became a wanted criminal in the film.
One of the biggest surprises revealed during the first trailer for the new film is the fact that Izuku Midoriya was marked as wanted for mass murder. The fans immediately went crazy while trying to find out why this young hero was so targeted, but it seems that the synopsis of the film gave us a big clue as to why Izuku was wanted as such.
Why Deku became a criminal in the new My Hero Academia movie
The new synopsis reads as follows: “Deku, Bakugo and Todoroki, who are currently interning at the Endeavor agency, are called to go to a distant country called ‘Oseon’. However, during the operation, Deku gets involved in an event that makes him one of the most wanted criminals in the world. In this chaos, the Humanize group announces to the world that they are behind this and the time limit is two hours. ‘”
This synopsis does confirm that Izuku was wrongly accused of mass murder, but now it’s just a matter of seeing how Izuku got himself into this mess in the first place. My Hero Academia started to be published by Kohei Horikoshi in 2014 and is one of the best selling manga today. The stories of Izuku Midoriya and his friends are released weekly in Japan during the anime seasons. In addition, the anime has four full seasons and a fifth currently showing.
In this fifth season, Izuku Midoriya’s relationship with One for All will be explored.
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