MHA’s Fumikage Tokoyami strives to show in every fight that he and Dark Shadow are a force to be reckoned with. Here are five of the best examples.
My Hero Academia has a large cast of characters, with the main focus of the narrative being Izuku Midoriya, but his buddies and classmates deserve their screen time as well. As Izuku continues to carry out his Donut, naturally gifted students such as Katsuki Bakugo and Shoto Todoroki practice. Fumikage Tokoyami and his Dark Shadow Quirk, on the other hand, still impress.
Fumikage is the raven headed boy from the second A, and his Dark Shadow Quirk is fast, flexible, and deadly in most combat situations. Fumikage has remarkable natural abilities, but he knows better than to try to force his way through his entire formation. Five distinctive fight scenes show how strong he is and how much he has progressed since the first episode. Find our My Hero Academia Bucket Hat and My Hero Academia Covid Mask in our online store along with our collections of clothing featuring your favorite heroes.
1. Fumikage Vs. MoonFish
One of the first occasions when the true extent of the Black Shadow’s extraordinary power was shown – and that it was a double-edged sword. Fumikage’s Quirk becomes more powerful in the dark, but it is also difficult to manage and could overpower you if there is no light to train it.
Fumikage has been trained so far, but when the League of Villains attacked, Dark Shadow turned into an uncontrollable fury, and everyone had to recover as Fumikage charged into the battlefield. Moonfish was deflected and crushed by Dark Shadow, taking out Moonfish’s sharp, biting attacks and easily crushing him even against a villain who had been a challenge to Katsuki Bakugo and Shoto Todoroki. Despite his amazing appearance, the Fumikage was aware that he had to control his true power.
2. Fumikage Vs. Momo Yaoyorozu
Only the top 16 students from each country were allowed to compete in the final tournament of the AU sports festival – and Fumikage was unquestionably one of them. First in her category was Momo Yaoyorozu, a teenager who formed a metallic shield and wand to fight hand-to-hand and defend against Dark Shadow’s daring assaults. However, as a hero, Momo is better suited to support roles than combat roles, and this battle gave her proof of that.
Fumikage not only defeated Momo without suffering any damage, but he did so with restraint and precision, sending her out of the ring without harming her. It’s possible that he did it for her sake, which reflects well on him, and it shows that he’s in control of his alter throughout the day.
3. Fumikage Et Tsuyu Asui Vs. Ectoplasme
Fumikage teamed up with Tsuyu Asui in one of the ten mock 2-on-1 fights the 1-A students had against their teachers, and they had to face Ectoplasm in an indoor circular arena. Fumikage had a hard time defeating the multiple copies of Ectoplasm, but he wasn’t getting any closer to the goal and Ectoplasm locked them in for a moment.
Fortunately, Tsuyu had hidden the special handcuffs inside his stomach and secretly concealed them. So Fumikage resorted to Ectoplasm once again, and in the fight, he slipped the handcuffs on Ectoplasm’s leg to ensure the club’s defeat. Ectoplasm, despite his threatening appearance, congratulated his students on a job well done, and without the slightest hesitation, Fumikage was extremely confident.
4. Fumikage Cavalry Team Vs. Other Cavalry Teams
Fumikage enthusiastically joined Izuku’s team for the cavalry tournament at the Sports Festival, despite the fact that Izuku had a large target painted on his back. Fumikage, Izuku, Mei Hatsume and Ochaco Uraraka formed a flexible team that fought to stay out of everyone else’s way. Ochaco and Mei provided mobility, while Fumikage used Dark Shadow to fight the different groups.
Fumikage acted as a shield for Izuku when Bakugo tried to set up an ambush, and Fumikage saved the day when Dark Shadow slipped someone’s blindfold in order to gain enough points to help Izuku’s team. Of course, Fumikage credited Izuku with providing an opening during the chaotic fighting, but in reality, Fumikage was the hero of the team.
5. Fumikage Vs. Shihai Kuroiro And Kinoko Komori
Fumikage teamed up with Momo, Yuga Aoyama, and Toru Hagakure to fight the 1-B class team. Fumikage was eager to show his new skills. He had trained with the professional hero Hawk before this fight and had learned to fly in the sky using his amazing Dark Fallen Angel technique. Only Fumikage was threatening the whole Itsuka Kendo, and with his coup de grace (and Momo’s lucky bag), he took down Kinoko Komori and Shihai Kuroiro. He captivated them for a few seconds.
Again, unfortunately, Fumikage took it a little too lightly and, since he didn’t knock Kinoko out, she took advantage of his weakness to weaken him by injecting microscopic mushrooms into his lungs. If Fumikage had been less kind, he could have easily won the race. In any case, this scene showed how far he went and showed that the sky could be the limit in My Hero Academia combat.
Because of the rigorous training he underwent, Fumikage became much more powerful and developed great confidence in himself. He has also learned to master his Dark Fallen Angel technique, which allows him to fly through the air and strike his opponents with incredible force. In addition, his night vision has improved considerably, making him an excellent fighter in dark conditions. Find our MY HERO ACADEMIA CLOTHES as well as our MY HERO ACADEMIA WOMEN’S CLOTHING on our online store along with our collections of clothing representing your favorite heroes.