My Hero Academia author, Kohei Horikoshi, updated his Twitter account with an illustration of characters from the series dressed up for Halloween. The anime’s official Twitter previously posted an illustration of trick-or-treating Eri for the celebration.
The visual post came three hours before October 31 ended in Japan, and it was captioned with “It was Halloween [today]“. On the right side of the illustration is Kyoka Jiro, whose hero name is Earphone Jack. She is dressed as a nurse. Next to her is Ochaco Uraraka, also known as Uravity, who is wearing a Little Red Riding Hood costume. Both of them are waving. A little bit further away from them is the protagonist Izuku Midoriya – Deku. He is dressed as Frankenstein. He is cheering for the mysterious pyramid-person and trying to drag away angry Katsuki Bakugo, who cosplayed as a werewolf. Watching these Halloween enjoyers from the back is Hitoshi Shinso of U.A. High School’s Class 1-C in an ordinary outfit. “Ugh… They’re all being hyper [for Halloween],” he says. The text at the upper right corner reads “Weirdoes’ Fancy-Dress Parade” next to “It was Halloween [today]” at the center and a pumpkin head with this year, 2022.
Last Halloween, the manga creator depicted Nejire Hado, a U.A. high school student, and Eri both dressed in witch costumes and trick or treating.
Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga is serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since 2014. The manga inspired TV anime adaptation by the studio Bones. The sixth season is currently airing every Saturday in Japan. The series also spawned three movies, each of which was fairly successful.
Source: Official Twitter
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