One of the most well-known anime of the last decade is My Hero Academia. There are several shonen anime that span several years and have a large following, but My Hero Academia is able to successfully blend the archetypes of the genre with the clichés of superheroes to create something unique.
Mirio “Lemillion” Togata has quickly become a fan favorite in My Hero Academia, as the series has introduced many crucial and strong heroes. Mirio has been involved in a number of important conflicts, some of which have had an unexpected outcome. Find our My Hero Academia Wallets and My Hero Academia Mouse Pads in our online store along with our collections of clothing featuring your favorite heroes.
4) Mirio Against Class 1-A
It’s essential for a character to make a good first impression, and there are several in My Hero Academia that are undeniably messed up.
When Mirio enters the series through a presentation to the students of Class 1-A, he feels full of himself. Mirio, along with the other members of the Big Three – Nejire and Tamaki – explain to the class the value of the work-study program and how it has influenced their lives.
Mirio feels compelled to demonstrate his argument with a more active approach, so he challenges the whole class to fight him.
Who Wins: Mirio Humiliates Heroes In Training
Despite Mirio’s suggestion, Izuku Midoriya and the rest of the 1-A class are extremely haughty about it. It’s a chance that leaves them all humbled soon after. Class 1-A has already improved considerably at this point, but Mirio insists on a solid plan.
He debuted Peremation Quirk in impressive fashion, consistently knocking out all ranged fighters, such as Fumikage, Yuga, and Tsuyu.
Mirio then moves on to powerful short-range fighters. Izuku does a good job, but Mirio is still able to surprise them and it doesn’t take him long to finish off Izuku, Tenya, Ochaco, and the rest of the class.
3) Mirio Against Shin And Deidoro Of The Eight Bullets
Mirio’s main goal in My Hero Academia is the rescue of Eri, and he is constantly hard on himself for practically “letting her go” when they first meet. Mirio’s charge to retrieve Eri brings him face to face with two of the Shie Hassaikai group’s assassin review grunts.
Deidoro Sakaki and Shin Nemoto combine their talents to take down Mirio before he reaches Overhaul in a stunning team assault. The conflict perfectly illustrates how the Quirks work and the proper way to use them against each other, as each underestimated the other’s abilities.
Who Wins: Mirio Shows Super Movement And Goes For Bigger Targets
Deidoro immediately gets the upper hand over Mirio since he has the power of Inebriation, which allows him to appear intoxicated. This disturbs the hero’s thoughts and his actions are less precise, although he is still able to defend himself. As a result, Miro becomes more confident and self-assured. He then empties the rest of his clip into Shin Nemoto, whom he is able to avoid by permeation, but who remains affected by his alter, bringing out his insecurities.
Mirio’s determination to win outweighs his mental manipulation, and he unleashes his super move, the Phantom Menace. Using this mental ploy, Mirio launches missiles at Deidoro and Shin in confined spaces until they are out of sight.
2) Miro Against Overhaul And Chronostasis
Mirio goes after Overhaul and Chronostasis, the individuals who are holding Eri, because they are the ones he has a grudge against. Mirio’s goal is to protect Eri, which makes Overhaul’s actions all the more immoral. He shares with Eri the twisted vision of herself that he has created in her mind.
When Mirio learns of Eri’s death and hears her voice for the first time, he finally realizes that she is not his daughter. He also informs Mirio that he used to break and fix Eri using her alter in the past. Mirio is unable to comprehend it all, which causes him to go on a violent rampage.
Who Wins: Mirio Holds On, But Without Any Review Aters Take Control
Mirio’s confrontation with Overhaul and Chronostasis is undoubtedly the hero’s most famous battle. It transforms him in a fundamental way, with Mirio being driven by an intense rage that stems from Overhaul’s contempt for Eri. Miro successfully dominates against Overhaul, but Chronostasis delivers an erasable bullet to Mirio.
Despite this setback, Mirio endures as a symbol of valor and continues to fight and defend Eri. Fortunately, Midoriya, Aizawa and Nightteye appear again, allowing Mirio to complete his mission. Although Mirio does not get the “bronze medal”, he makes up for his efforts in the fight between Midoriya and Overhaul.
1) Mirio And Jaku Hospital Raid Team Against Shigaraki And Nomus
In My Hero Academia, one of the most perilous operations undertaken by the heroes is a simultaneous attack on the Paranormal Liberation Front headquarters and Jaku Hospital to destroy Tomura Shigaraki, who grows stronger and stronger with each passing day. Mirio is present during the siege of the hospital, and despite his absence from the assault at first, he plays an important role. He is able to bring with him a massive entourage to fight the many enemies they now face.
Who Wins: Shigaraki Escapes With All Might To Continue Perpetrating Crimes
Shigaraki and Dabi drop a series of devastating bombs on the heroes, but Mirio arrives in time to save Best Jeanist and Izuku from three powerful Nomus. Mirio manages to save his friends, but he enlists the help of Tenya, Katsuki and Nejire.
Mirio and his group immediately counter the Nomus, Mirio defeats Mr. Compress, and Spinner is almost killed. Shigaraki, on the other hand, is simply too strong with the power of All For One. He doesn’t just run away, he leaves Mirio and his companions in tatters. The antagonists take control of the situation. Find our My Hero Academia Mugs as well as our My Hero Academia Badges on our online store with our collections of clothes representing your favorite heroes.