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A few of the main characters from My Hero Academia. From left to right: Tenya "Ingenium" Ida, Ochaco "Uravity" Uraraka, Izuku "Deku" Midoriya, Katsuki "Dynamight" Bakugo, and Shoto Todoroki.

The My Hero Academia manga and anime series features a vast world with an extensive cast of characters created by Kōhei Horikoshi. The series takes place in a fictional world where more than 80% of the global population possesses some form of superpower, commonly referred to as a "Quirk". The advent of these abilities has given rise to not only pro heroes, but also the threat of villains.[1]

U.A. High School students[edit]

Class 1-A students[edit]

Izuku Midoriya (緑谷 出久, Midoriya Izuku) / Deku (デク)
Voiced by: Daiki Yamashita[2][3][4] (Anime and Vomic), Akeno Watanabe (Anime; young), Yuna Taniguchi (Vomic; young) (Japanese); Justin Briner[5], Lara Woodhull (young)[6] (English)
The main protagonist of the series, he is a timid, selfless, and Quirkless teenage boy who dreams of becoming a superhero. After attempting to save his childhood friend Bakugo from a villain, Izuku is chosen by All Might to inherit his abilities and become the ninth holder of One For All (ワン・フォー・オール, Wan Fō Ōru), a transferable Quirk that stockpiles power and grants him immense strength, speed, stamina, and durability. Eventually, Izuku becomes the first user to manifest a psychic link with the spirits of past One For All users as well as inherit their Quirks.[7]
Katsuki Bakugo (爆豪 勝己, Bakugō Katsuki) / Kacchan (かっちゃん, Katchan) / Dynamight (ダイナマイト, Dainamaito)
Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto (Anime),[8] Yūichirō Umehara (Vomic), Sachi Kokuryu (Anime; young), Rie Takahashi (Vomic; young) (Japanese); Clifford Chapin, Kate Oxley (young)[6] (English)
Izuku's short-fused childhood friend turned arch-rival and classmate in Class 1-A. Due to having been excessively praised by his peers as a child for his strong Quirk and natural-born talent, Bakugo became very egotistical and disrespectful, especially towards Izuku. Despite having bullied Izuku ever since they were kids, over the course of the series, he grows to care for Izuku's well-being, especially after learning the truth about One For All.[9] After Izuku leaves U.A. to keep his friends and family safe from All For One, Bakugo finally mends his relationship with the former by apologizing to him for his arrogant behavior over the years and calling him by his real name.[10] His Quirk is Explosion (爆破, Bakuha), which enables him to secrete sweat with nitroglycerin-like properties from his hands and ignite it on command to produce powerful explosions.
Ochaco Uraraka (麗日 お茶子, Uraraka Ochako) / Uravity (ウラビティ, Urabiti)
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura[8] (Japanese); Luci Christian[6] (English)
A bubbly and kind-hearted girl whose Quirk, Zero Gravity (無重力(ゼログラビティ), Zero Gurabiti), enables her to make any object weightless by touching them with the pads on her fingertips. Overuse of her Quirk will cause her to suffer from severe nausea. She has a crush on Izuku, but decides to keep it private to focus on her goal to become a hero in order to provide for her parents.[11]
Tenya Ida (飯田 天哉, Īda Ten'ya) / Ingenium (インゲニウム, Ingeniumu)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa[8] (Japanese); J. Michael Tatum[6] (English)
The straight-laced president of Class 1-A whose Quirk, Engine (エンジン, Enjin), gives him super speed and superhuman kicking strength via jet engines in his calves. After his older brother Tensei was forced to retire due to being critically injured by the Hero Killer Stain, Tenya decides to take up his brother's mantle after much contemplation.[12]
Shoto Todoroki (轟 焦凍, Todoroki Shōto) / Shoto (ショート, Shōto)
Voiced by: Yūki Kaji, Kei Shindō (young)[13] (Japanese); David Matranga, Mikaela Krantz (young)[6] (English)
An aloof and composed student in Class 1-A. His Quirk, Half-Cold Half-Hot (半冷半燃, Hanrei Hannen), enables him to generate ice from the right side of his body and fire from the left. He is the youngest child of Endeavor and because of the harsh abuse that he suffered from his father growing up, he refused to use his left side for years until Izuku made him understand that using his fire powers doesn't mean that he has to accept his heritage.
Eijiro Kirishima (切島 鋭児郎, Kirishima Eijirō) / Red Riot (レッドライオット, Reddo Raiotto)
Voiced by: Toshiki Masuda[14] (Japanese); Justin Cook[6] (English)
A boisterous and chivalrous student in Class 1-A whose Quirk, Hardening (硬化, Kōka), enables him to harden his body.[15]
Tsuyu Asui (蛙吹 梅雨, Asui Tsuyu) / Froppy (フロッピー, Furoppi)
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki[8] (Japanese); Monica Rial[6] (English)
An overly sincere frog-like girl in Class 1-A. Her Quirk, Frog (, Kaeru), gives her abilities such as enhanced swimming and jumping, sticking to and climbing up walls, and a long prehensile tongue.
Momo Yaoyorozu (八百万 百, Yaoyorozu Momo) / Creati (クリエイティ, Kurieiti)
Voiced by: Marina Inoue[8] (Japanese); Colleen Clinkenbeard[6] (English)
The mature and levelheaded vice president of Class 1-A. Her Quirk, Creation (創造, Sōzō), allows her to create any non-biological object from the lipids stored in her body as long as she knows its molecular structure.
Minoru Mineta (峰田 実, Mineta Minoru) / Grape Juice (グレープジュース, Gurēpu Jūsu)
Voiced by: Ryō Hirohashi[8] (Japanese); Brina Palencia[6] (English)
A diminutive, cowardly, and lecherous boy whose Quirk, Pop Off (もぎもぎ, Mogimogi), grows many small, highly adhesive grape-like balls on his head that he can remove and use as weapons. He can also use the balls as his personal trampolines, as they bounce off his body instead of sticking to him. Overuse of his Quirk will cause his scalp to bleed. He is mostly disliked by the girls of class 1-A for his perverted tendencies, which have annoyed even Eraserhead.
Denki Kaminari (上鳴 電気, Kaminari Denki) / Chargebolt (チャージズマ, Chājizuma)
Voiced by: Tasuku Hatanaka[14] (Japanese); Kyle Phillips[6] (English)
A laidback and friendly boy whose Quirk, Electrification (帯電, Taiden), allows him to absorb and emit electricity. Overuse of this Quirk will cause his brain to "short circuit", reducing him into a giggling idiot for some time.
Kyoka Jiro (耳郎 響香, Jirō Kyōka) / Earphone Jack (イヤホンジャック, Iyahon Jakku)
Voiced by: Kei Shindō[13] (Japanese); Trina Nishimura[6] (English); Chrissy Costanza (singing, both languages)
A pragmatic and music-loving girl in Class 1-A whose Quirk, Earphone Jack (イヤホンジャック, Iyahon Jakku), allows her to plug her extremely long earlobes into objects to hear minuscule sounds and vibrations from her surroundings or channel the sound of her own heartbeat in the form of sonic attacks.[16]
Fumikage Tokoyami (常闇 踏陰, Tokoyami Fumikage) / Tsukuyomi (ツクヨミ)
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya[8][17] (Japanese); Josh Grelle[6] (English)
A stoic crow-headed student in 1-A whose Quirk, Dark Shadow (黒影, Dāku Shadō) allows him to manifest and control a sentient shadow monster from his body that grows more powerful in the dark.
Mina Ashido (芦戸 三奈, Ashido Mina) / Pinky (ピンキー, Pinkī)
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura[13] (Japanese); Caitlin Glass[6] (English)
An upbeat and easygoing girl with pink skin, black eyes, and horns in Class 1-A whose Quirk, Acid (, San), allows her to secrete an acidic fluid from her body. She has known Kirishima since their middle school days and enjoys teasing Uraraka over her romantic feelings towards Izuku.[18]
Yuga Aoyama (青山 優雅, Aoyama Yūga) / Can't Stop Twinkling (キラキラが止められないよ, Kirakira ga Tomerarenai yo)
Voiced by: Kōsuke Kuwano[13] (Japanese); Joel McDonald[6] (English)
A flamboyant boy whose Quirk, Navel Laser (ネビルレーザー, Nebiru Rēzā), allows him to fire a laser blast from his belly button. As overuse of his Quirk causes him stomach pains, Yuma feels a sense of kinship with Izuku due to having a similar issue with his Quirk.[19] Yuga is later revealed to be born Quirkless before acquiring his Quirk by his parents making a deal with All For One, forced to serve as the villain’s spy within U.A. out of fear for his parents’ safety.
Mezo Shoji (障子 目蔵, Shōji Mezō) / Tentacole (テンタコル, Tentakoru)
Voiced by: Masakazu Nishida[13] (Japanese); Ian Sinclair[6] (English)
A masked student whose Quirk, Dupli-Arms (複製腕, Fukuseiwan), allows him to grow individual body organs at the tips of the four webbed tentacles growing from his shoulders.
Hanta Sero (瀬呂 範太, Sero Hanta) / Cellophane (セロファン, Serofan)
Voiced by: Kiyotaka Furushima[20] (Japanese); Christopher Bevins[6][21] (English)
A sociable and humorous boy whose Quirk, Tape (テープ, Tēpu), allows him to shoot cellophane tape from the tape dispenser-like organs on his elbows.
Mashirao Ojiro (尾白 猿夫, Ojiro Mashirao) / Tailman (テイルマン, Teiruman)
Voiced by: Kosuke Miyoshi[20] (Japanese); Mike McFarland[6] (English)
A humble and honest student whose Quirk, Tail (尻尾, Shippo), grants him a thick prehensile tail.
Koji Koda (口田 甲司, Kōda Kōji) / Anima (アニマ)
Voiced by: Takuma Nagatsuka (Japanese); Greg Ayres (English)
A shy and quiet student with rock-like skin whose Quirk, Anivoice (生き物ボイス, Ikimono Boisu), allows him to talk to animals. Due to his shyness, Koda rarely speaks, and prefers to use sign language to converse with his classmates.
Rikido Sato (砂藤 力道, Satō Rikidō) / Sugarman (シュガーマン, Shugāman)
Voiced by: Tōru Nara[20] (Japanese); Cris George[6] (English)
A sweet-loving student whose Quirk, Sugar Rush (シュガードープ, Shugā Dōpu), enhances his physical strength at the cost of his cognitive functions whenever he consumes sugar. Due to the fact that his Quirk needs sugar to work, Sato is a very talented baker.
Toru Hagakure (葉隠 透, Hagakure Tōru) / Invisible Girl (インビジブルガール, Inbijiburu Gāru)
Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka[20] (Japanese); Felecia Angelle[6] (English)
A cheery and outgoing girl in Class 1-A whose Quirk, Invisibility (透明化, Tōmeika), makes her entire body invisible and gives her the ability to refract light.[22] Due to the nature of her Quirk, her features have only been partially revealed in-series and her hero uniform consists solely of a pair of gloves and boots in order to maximize her stealthiness.

Class 1-B students[edit]

Neito Monoma (物間 寧人, Monoma Neito) / Phantom Thief (ファントムシーフ, Fantomu Shīfu)
Voiced by: Kōhei Amasaki (Japanese); Austin Tindle (English)
A boastful student whose Quirk, Copy (コピー, Kopi), allows him to temporarily duplicate and use another person's Quirk by simply touching them. He can store four Quirks, but can only activate one at a time. For unknown reasons, he harbors an intense dislike of Class 1-A and occasionally comes up with plans for him or his class to upstage them.[23] He has an inferiority complex, likely stemming from being told his Quirk was that of a villain's since he was young, as "heroes don't steal Quirks".
Itsuka Kendo (拳藤 一佳, Kendō Itsuka) / Battle Fist (バトルフィスト, Batoru Fisuto)
Voiced by: Saki Ogasawara (Japanese); Jad Saxton (English)
The spirited and sensible president of Class 1-B whose Quirk, Large Fists (大拳, Daiken), allows her to enlarge her fists. She is usually the one who keeps Monoma in check whenever his antics get out of line.
Ibara Shiozaki (塩崎 茨, Shiozaki Ibara) / Vine (ヴァイン, Vain)
Voiced by: Miho Sakurazaka (Japanese); Bryn Apprill (English)
A highly religious girl whose Quirk, Vines (ツル, Tsuru), gives her a head of vines instead of hair that she can extend and use in combat.
Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (鉄哲 徹鐵, Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu) / Real Steel (リアルスティール, Riaru Sutīru)
Voiced by: Kōji Okino (Japanese); David Wald (English)
A fiery and outspoken student whose Quirk, Steel (スティール, Sutīru), allows him to turn his skin into steel. He and Kirishima eventually develop a friendly rivalry due to the similarity of their Quirks.
Juzo Honenuki (骨抜 柔造, Honenuki Jūzō) / Mudman (マッドマン, Maddoman)
Voiced by: Masamichi Kitada (Japanese); Dallas Reid (English)
A skull-faced boy whose Quirk, Softening (柔化, Yawaraka), enables him to soften anything that he touches.
Nirengeki Shoda (庄田 二連撃, Shōda Nirengeki) / Mindz (マインズ, Mainzu)
Voiced by: Kenta Ōkuma (Japanese); Dallas Reid (English)
A humble and apologetic boy whose Quirk, Twin Impact (ツインインパクト, Tsuin Inpakuto), allows him to, at the site of an initial impact, create a second impact, which he can activate anytime.
Yosetsu Awase (泡瀬 洋雪, Awase Yōsetsu) / Welder (ウェルダー, Werudā)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Japanese); Orion Pitts (English)
A boy whose Quirk, Weld (溶接, Yōsetsu), allows him to physically connect anything he makes contact with.
Kosei Tsuburaba (円場 硬成, Tsuburaba Kōsei) / Tsubaraba (ツブラバ)
Voiced by: Masakazu Nishida (Japanese); Aaron Dismuke (Season 2-3), Nazeeh Tarsha (Season 5-present) (English)
A boy whose Quirk, Solid Air (空気凝固, Kūkigyōko), enables him to solidify air into a wall or platform.
Sen Kaibara (回原 旋, Kaibara Sen) / Spiral (スパイラル, Supairaru)
Voiced by: Masakazu Nishida (Japanese); Ian Fergunson (Season 2), Matt Shipman (Season 3-present) (English)
A student whose Quirk, Gyrate (旋回, Senkai), allows him to rotate any part of his body at incredibly high speeds, similarly to a drill.
Kojiro Bondo (凡戸 固次郎, Bondo Kojirō) / Plamo (プラモ, Puramo)
Voiced by: Kōji Okino (Japanese); Tyler Walker (English)
A tall boy made of rubber whose Quirk, Cemedine (セメダイン, Semedain), enables him to excrete a glue-like liquid from seven "eyeholes" on his glue dispenser-shaped head.
Reiko Yanagi (柳 レイ子, Yanagi Reiko) / Emily (エミリー, Emirī)
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Ryan Reynolds (English)
A mysterious girl whose Quirk, Poltergeist (ポルターガイスト, Porutāgaisuto), grants her the ability to telekinetically manipulate objects around her.
Jurota Shishida (宍田 獣郎太, Shishida Jūrōta) / Gevaudan (ジェボーダン, Jebōdan)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe (Japanese); Patric Carroll (English)
A tall student whose Quirk, Beast (ビースト, Bīsuto), grants him the ability to transform into a monstrous beast.
Yui Kodai (小大 唯, Kodai Yui) / Rule (ルール, Rūru)
Voiced by: Yurianne Eve (Japanese); Madeleine Morris (English)
A quiet and unexpressive girl whose Quirk, Size (サイズ, Saizu), enables her to change the size of any object she interacts with.
Hiryu Rin (鱗 飛竜, Rin Hiryū, pinyin: Lín Fēilóng) / Dragon Shroud (龍帷子, Ron Weizū, pinyin: Lóng Wéizi)
Voiced by: Kosuke Kuwano (Japanese); Anthony Bowling (English)
A boy from China whose Quirk, Scales (, Uroko), enables him to form scales on his body for combat and other purposes. He can also shoot the scales.
Kinoko Komori (小森 希乃子, Komori Kinoko) / Shemage (シーメイジ, Shīmeiji)
Voiced by: Kei Shindō (Japanese); Amanda Gish (English)
A girl whose Quirk, Mushroom (キノコ, Kinoko), grants her the ability to create spores from her cells, allowing her to grow mushrooms from the surfaces of her surroundings.
Togaru Kamakiri (鎌切 尖, Kamakiri Togaru) / Jack Mantis (ジャックマンティス, Jakku Mantisu)
Voiced by: Kiyotaka Furushima (Japanese); Jean-Luc Hester (English)
A student with a mantis-shaped head whose Quirk, Razor Sharp (刃鋭, Jinei), grants him the ability to produce large, sharp blades from all over his body.
Pony Tsunotori (角取 ポニー, Tsunotori Ponī) / Rocketti (ロケッティ, Roketti)
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki (Japanese); Sarah Wiedenheft (English)
A girl from America whose Quirk, Horn Cannon (角砲 (ホーンホウ), Hōnhou), allows her to grow effectively gazelle-like horns on her head and control them.
Setsuna Tokage (取蔭 切奈, Tokage Setsuna) / Lizardy (リザーディ, Rizādi)
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki (Japanese); Dawn M. Bennett (English)
A girl whose Quirk, Lizard Tail Splitter (トカゲのしっぽ切り, Tokage no Shippokiri), allows her to split her body into several pieces and control them telekinetically.
Shihai Kuroiro (黒色 支配, Kuroiro Shihai) / Vantablack (ベンタブラック, Bentaburakku)
Voiced by: Kōhei Amasaki (Japanese); Howard Wang (English)
A cryptic and cunning boy whose Quirk Black (, Kuro) grants him the ability to merge into anything that is black-colored and control it. Due to he and Tokoyami's similar natures, they have developed a rivalry-friendship relationship.
Manga Fukidashi (吹出 漫我, Fukidashi Manga) / Comicman (コミックマン, Komikkuman)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese); Alex Mai (English)
A student with a speech bubble for a head whose Quirk, Comic (コミック, Komikku), allows him to manifest different onomatopoeias into reality in the form of katakana.


The Big 3[edit]

Mirio Togata (通形 ミリオ, Tōgata Mirio) / Lemillion (ルミリオン, Rumirion)
Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki,[24] Wakana Minami (young) (Japanese); Ricco Fajardo, Megan Shipman (young)[25] (English)
A third-year student at U.A. and the leader of the Big 3. His Quirk, Permeation (透過, Tōka), allows him to phase his body through anything solid, including the ground itself. He comes off as goofy with a corny sense of humor, but is very loyal to the cause. He loses his Quirk during the Shie Hassaikai Raid,[26] but thanks to Eri, he eventually regains his powers and arrives just in time to help the other heroes in their battle with the Paranormal Liberation Front.[27]
Tamaki Amajiki (天喰 環, Amajiki Tamaki) / Suneater (サンイーター, San'ītā)
Voiced by: Yūto Uemura[24] (Japanese); Aaron Dismuke, Apphia Yu (young)[25] (English)
A third-year student at U.A. whose Quirk, Manifest (再現, Saigen), gives him the characteristics and abilities of anything he eats. Ironically, despite how talented he is with his Quirk, Amajiki suffers from social anxiety and has low self-esteem.[28]
Nejire Hado (波動 ねじれ, Hadō Nejire) / Nejire Chan (ねじれちゃん, Nejire Chan)
Voiced by: Kiyono Yasuno[24] (Japanese); Lindsay Seidel[25] (English)
A third-year student at U.A. whose Quirk, Wave Motion (波動, Hadō), allows her to convert her stamina into energy and release it in the form of spiral shockwaves. She is very enthusiastic, affable, and has an overzealously curious personality.

Other students[edit]

Mei Hatsume (発目 明, Hatsume Mei)
Voiced by: Azu Sakura (Japanese); Alexis Tipton (English)
A creative first-year Support Course student from Class 1-H whose Quirk, Zoom (ズーム, Zūmu), allows her to zoom her vision to up to 5 kilometers. She is a genius inventor, although her creations are often shown to explode.
Hitoshi Shinso (心操 人使, Shinsō Hitoshi)
Voiced by: Wataru Hatano (Japanese); Jarrod Greene (English)
A first-year student from the General Course[29] whose Quirk, Brainwashing (洗脳, Sen'nō), allows him to control those who answer his questions. He has struggled with his Quirk his entire life as it is seen as a "villainous" Quirk despite his heroic intentions. After proving his potential to be a capable hero in the school festival, Hitoshi is taken as Eraserhead's apprentice and earns the right to transfer to the Hero Course.
Bibimi Kenranzaki (絢爛崎 美々美, Kenranzaki Bibimi)
Voiced by: Ayano Shibuya (Japanese); AmaLee (English)
A Support Course student from Class 3-G and the two-time winner of the U.A. School Festival's Miss Con.
Yuyu Haya (甲矢 有弓, Haya Yūyu)
Voiced by: Momoko Soyama (Japanese); Lauren Moore (English)
A member of Class 3-A. She is friends with Nejire, helping her prepare for the U.A. School Festival's Miss Con (and playing a large part in Nejire's win). Her Quirk has not yet been disclosed, although it's been speculated by fans to have something to do with bows/arrows, as her name - 有弓, Yuyu - also means "bow" in Japanese.

Pro Heroes[edit]

Top Heroes[edit]

Enji Todoroki (轟 炎司, Todoroki Enji) / Endeavor (エンデヴァー, Endevā)
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (Japanese); Patrick Seitz (English)
A hotheaded and stern hero whose Quirk, Hellflame (ヘルフレイム, Heru Fureimu), gives him powerful pyrokinetic abilities. He is also the father of Shoto and his three older siblings, and the husband of Rei Himura. Enji has a strained relationship with his wife and children due to having projected his obsession of surpassing All Might on them, particularly on his sons Toya and Shoto. However, after becoming Japan's No.1 hero following All Might's forced retirement, Enji starts to realize his mistakes and resolves to atone and make amends with his family.[30]
Keigo Takami (鷹見 啓悟, Takami Keigo) / Hawks (ホークス, Hōkusu)
Voiced by: Yuichi Nakamura[31] (Japanese); Zeno Robinson[32] (English)
An affable, relaxed, and optimistic hero whose Quirk, Fierce Wings (剛翼, Gōyoku), grants him a pair of red feathered wings that allow him to fly at high speeds. He can also detach his feathers to use as blades or telekinetically control them from a distance. On orders from the Hero Commission, Hawks infiltrates the Paranormal Liberation Front as a double agent and gains the trust of the villains within the organization, especially Twice. After he is outed as a double agent, Hawks is severely burned by Dabi but is later rescued by Tokoyami.[33]
Tsunagu Hakamata (袴田 維, Hakamata Tsunagu) / Best Jeanist (ベストジー二スト, Besuto Jīnisuto)
Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa[34] (Japanese); Micah Solusod (English)
A flamboyant and elegant hero whose Quirk, Fiber Master (ファイバーマスター, Faibā Masutā), allows him to freely control fiber in clothes. He loses a lung in his brief battle with All For One and is seemingly killed by Hawks in order to gain the trust of the League of Villains.[35] However, this is later revealed to be a ruse and Best Jeanist ultimately returns alive and well after Hawks is exposed as a double agent.[36]
Rumi Usagiyama (兎山 ルミ, Usagiyama Rumi) / Mirko (ミルコ)
Voiced by: Sayaka Kinoshita (Japanese); Anairis Quinones (English)
A tough and aggressive heroine whose Quirk, Rabbit (, Usagi), gives her rabbit-like features such as superhuman leg strength and big rabbit-like ears. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, she is heavily wounded by several High-End Nomus and ends up losing part of her right ear, with her left forearm and right leg being replaced with interchangeable prosthesis after losing them.[37]
Crust (クラスト, Kurasuto)
Voiced by: Larry Brantley
An emotional and noble hero whose Quirk, Shield (, Shīrudo), allows him to grow stone-like hexagon-shaped shields from his body. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, he saves Eraserhead's life at the cost of his own and is killed by the effects of Tomura Shigaraki's Quirk.
Ryuko Tatsuma (竜間 龍子, Tatsuma Ryūko) / Ryukyu (リューキュウ, Ryūkyū)
Voiced by: Kaori Yagi (Japanese); Katelyn Barr (English)
A humble and gentle heroine who takes Nejire, Uraraka, and Tsuyu as her interns. Her Quirk, Dragon (ドラゴン, Doragon), enables her to transform into a western dragon.

Faculty of U.A.[edit]

Toshinori Yagi (八木 俊典, Yagi Toshinori) / All Might (オールマイト, Ōru Maito)
Voiced by: Kenta Miyake (Anime),[2] Tesshō Genda[2] (Vomic) (Japanese); Christopher Sabat[6] (English)
The eighth user of One For All and the world's greatest hero, also known as the Symbol of Peace (平和の象徴, Heiwa no Shōchō). He is very charismatic and has a fatherly attitude towards his students, especially Izuku. Also, much like Izuku, he was born Quirkless. Due to a crippling injury that he sustained from his first fight with All For One in the past, he ultimately selects Izuku as his successor. After winning his rematch with All For One, All Might loses the ability to use One For All completely and dedicates himself to raising Izuku to eventually take his place as the world's greatest hero.[38]
Nezu (根津)
Voiced by: Yasuhiro Takato (Japanese); Jerry Jewell (English)
A humanoid, mouse-headed animal who serves as the principal of U.A.. He is one of the few non-human animals in history to develop a Quirk. His Quirk, High Spec (ハイスペック, Hai Supekku), gives him anthropomorphic abilities and superhuman intelligence.
Shota Aizawa (相澤 消太, Aizawa Shōta) / Eraserhead (イレイザーヘッド, Ireizā Heddo)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe[39] (Japanese); Alex Organ (Season 1), Christopher Wehkamp[40] (Season 2–present) (English)
The pragmatic and lethargic homeroom teacher of Class 1-A. His Quirk, Erasure (抹消, Masshō), enables him to nullify another person's Quirk within his line of vision until he blinks. He can use his Quirk on multiple targets; it remains active, even if he looks elsewhere (as long as he doesn't blink). Because he suffers from dry eye and his Quirk tends to strain his eyes, Eraserhead is somewhat irritable and has a constantly tired appearance. Eraserhead gained a scar below one of his eyes fighting a Nomu that accompanied Tomura, Kurogiri, and their underlings in their attack on the Unforeseen Simulation Joint. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, Tomura throws one of Overhaul's Quirk-destroying bullets into Eraserhead's right leg, forcing him to amputate it on the spot to prevent himself from losing his Quirk.
Hizashi Yamada (山田 ひざし, Yamada Hizashi) / Present Mic (プレゼントマイク, Purezento Maiku)
Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino[39] (Japanese); Sonny Strait[6] (Eps. 1-16), Dave Trosko (Eps. 17–present) (English)
The school's English teacher whose Quirk, Voice (ヴォイス, Voisu), amplifies his voice using a jukebox-like collar. In the anime, Present Mic occasionally breaks the fourth wall by explaining a character's Quirk.
Sekijiro Kan (管 赤慈郎, Kan Sekijirō) / Vlad King (ブラドキング, Burado Kingu)
Voiced by: Shuhei Matsuda (Japanese); Ben Bryant (English)
Class 1-B's homeroom teacher. His Quirk, Blood Control (操血, Sōketsu), allows him to control his blood after it leaves his body.
Chiyo Shuuzenji (修善寺 治与, Shūzenji Chiyo) / Recovery Girl (リカバリーガール, Rikabarī Gāru)
Voiced by: Etsuko Kozakura (Japanese); Juli Erickson,[6] Luci Christian (Season 2–present) (English)
The elderly school nurse whose Quirk, Heal (回復, Kaifuku), allows her to heal others' injuries by kissing them.
Nemuri Kayama (香山 睡, Kayama Nemuri) / Midnight (ミッドナイト, Middonaito)
Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe (Japanese); Elizabeth Maxwell[41] (English)
A dominatrix-themed Pro Heroine and a modern art history teacher at U.A. whose Quirk, Somnambulist (眠り香, Nemurika), allows her to produce a sleep-inducing fragrance from her body. She is killed during the Paranormal Liberation War in her attempt to defeat Gigantomachia.[42]
Ken Ishiyama (石山 堅, Ishiyama Ken) / Cementoss (セメントス, Sementosu)
Voiced by: Kenta Okuma (Japanese); Chris Rager (English)
A Pro Hero and literature teacher at U.A. whose Quirk, Cement (セメント, Semento), allows him to control concrete. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, Cementoss defeated Geten.
Anan Kurose (黒瀬 亜南, Kurose Anan) / Thirteen (13号, Jūsan-gō)
Voiced by: Inuko Inuyama (Japanese); Morgan Berry (English)
A Pro Hero specialized in search & rescue and teacher at U.A. whose Quirk, Black Hole (ブラックホール, Burakku Hōru), summons a black hole with her fingers that turns anything it sucks in into dust. She wears a full-body spacesuit that conceals her features. During the Paranormal Liberation War, Thirteen lost her left arm due to Tomura's attack.
Ectoplasm (エクトプラズム, Ekutopurazumu)
Voiced by: Masakazu Nishida (Japanese); Mike McFarland (English)
A Pro Hero and math teacher at U.A. whose Quirk, Clones (分身, Bunshin), allows him to spew out an ectoplasm-like dust from his helmet that can form into a clone of himself.
Snipe (スナイプ, Sunaipu)
Voiced by: Tōru Nara (Japanese); David Wald (English)
A gas mask-wearing Pro Hero and teacher at U.A. whose Quirk, Homing (ホーミング, Hōmingu), allows him to alter the trajectory of his bullets. He is dressed in cowboy-like clothes.
Higari Maijima (埋島 干狩, Maijima Higari) / Power Loader (パワーローダー, Pawārōdā)
Voiced by: Yō Kitazawa (Japanese); David Wilson-Brown (English)
A Pro Hero and the support course teacher at U.A. whose Quirk, Iron Claws (鉄爪, Tessō), gives him metallic claws at the ends of his fingers, which allow him to dig and burrow underground.
Ryo Inui (犬井 猟, Inui Ryō) / Hunting Dog Hero Hound Dog (猟犬ヒーローハウンドドッグ, Ryōken Hīrō Haundodoggu)
Voiced by: Eiji Hanawa (Japanese); Zach Bolton (English)
A Pro Hero and the lifestyle guidance counselor at U.A. whose Quirk, Dog (, Inu), gives him the appearance of a dog.

Faculty of Ketsubutsu Academy High School[edit]

Emi Fukukado (福門 笑, Fukukado Emi) / Ms. Joke (ミスジョーク, Misu Jōku)
Voiced by: Mariko Nagai (Japanese); Amber Lee Connors (English)
A Pro Hero and the teacher of Second Year, Class 2 at Ketsubetsu Academy High School. Her Quirk, Outburst (爆笑, Bakushō), forces her targets to burst into uncontrollable laughter that dulls their motor skills and impairs their cognitive abilities.

The Wild Wild Pussycats[edit]

The Wild Wild Pussycats (ワイルドワイルドプッシーキャッツ, Wairudo Wairudo Pusshīkyattsu) are a group of four cat-themed Heroes. They were enlisted by U-A during the Forest Training Arc to help train the students. Among its members are:

Shino Sosaki (送崎 信乃, Sōsaki Shino) / Mandalay (マンダレイ, Mandarei)
Voiced by: Meiko Kawasaki (Japanese); Jill Harris[43] (English)
The leader of the Pussycats whose Quirk, Telepath (テレパス, Terepasu), allows her to advise and instruct multiple people at once through mental transmission.
Ryuko Tsuchikawa (土川 流子, Tsuchikawa Ryūko) / Pixie-Bob (ピクシーボブ, Pikushī Bobu)
Voiced by: Serina Machiyama (Japanese); Cherami Leigh[44] (English)
A member of the Pussycats whose Quirk, Earth Flow (土流, Doryū), allows her to freely manipulate the ground.
Tomoko Shiretoko (知床 知子, Shiretoko Tomoko) / Ragdoll (ラグドール, Ragudōru)
Voiced by: Chisa Suganuma (Japanese); Tia Ballard (English)
A member of the Pussycats whose former Quirk, Search (サーチ, Sāchi), allows her to observe and monitor up to 100 people at a time. After her Quirk is stolen by All For One offscreen so that he can find Tomura, Ragdoll remains a part of the team and is now taking care of the office duties.[45] All For One has offered to return the Quirk to Ragdoll while incarcerated.
Yawara Chatora (茶虎 柔, Chatora Yawara) / Tiger (, Tora)
Voiced by: Shinosuke Ogami (Japanese); Marcus D. Stimac (English)
The only male member of the Pussycats. His Quirk, Pliabody (軟体, Nantai), allows him to stretch and bend his body.

The Lurkers[edit]

The Lurkers (潜伏者, Senpuku-sha) are a group of Heroes. Among its members are:

Shinya Kamihara (紙原 伸也, Kamihara Shinya) / Edgeshot (エッジショット, Ejjishotto)
Voiced by: Kenta Kamakari (Japanese); John Burgmeier (English)
A Pro Hero and the leader of The Lurkers whose Quirk, Foldabody (紙肢, Shishi), enables him to manipulate the thinness of his body.
Shinji Nishiya (西屋 森児, Nishiya Shinji) / Kamui Woods (シンリンカムイ, Shinrin Kamui)
Voiced by: Masamichi Kitada[46] (Japanese); Aaron Roberts (English)
A Pro Hero and member of The Lurkers who whose Quirk, Arbor (樹木, Jumoku), gives him the ability to manipulate his tree-like limbs.
Yu Takeyama (岳山 優, Takeyama Yū) / Mt. Lady (Mt.レディ, Maunto Redi)
Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka[46] (Japanese); Jamie Marchi (English)
A Pro Hero and only female member of The Lurkers whose Quirk, Gigantification (巨大化, Kyodaika), allows her to grow to a fixed height of ten feet. Mt. Lady was originally conceived by Kōhei Horikoshi to be the female lead, but was replaced by Ochaco due to not knowing how to utilize her Quirk in the story.[47] Compared to other Pro Heroes, she is much more flamboyant and less mature, relishing the media attention that comes with her heroic deeds, but is willing to take her work seriously when needed.[48]

Foreign Heroes[edit]

Cathleen Bate (キャスリーン・ベイト, Kyasurīn Beito) / Star and Stripe (スターアンドストライプ, Sutā Ando Sutoraipu)
The top hero from the United States. She was saved by All Might during her childhood and became a Hero inspired by him. Her Quirk, New Order (ニューオーダー, Nyūōdā), allows her to alter the nature of objects and beings in contact with her according to her will. She was killed during an attempt to defeat Tomura. However, before she died, she changes New Order's ability into one that destroys other Quirks, leading to the destruction of several Quirks stolen by All For One while also severely injuring Tomura.
Claire Voyance (クレア ボヤンス, Kurea Boyansu)
Voiced by: Yōko Honna (Japanese); Sarah Roach (English)
A pro hero from Otheon introduced in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. Her Quirk, Voyance (透視, Boyansu) allows her to see through anything and to the other side.
Salaam (サラーム, Sarāmu)
Voiced by: Takuma Miyazono (Japanese); Frank Todaro (English)
The top hero from Egypt, introduced in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. His Quirk, Papyrus (パピルス, Papirusu), allows him to turn his body paper-thin. He is later introduced into the manga where he and Big Red Dot expressed frustration at being kept from assisting Japan against All For One.
Big Red Dot (ビッグ・レッド・ドット, Biggu Reddo Dotto)
The top hero from Singapore, introduced in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. His Quirk, Tidal Bore (大海嘯, Daikaishō), allows him to fire powerful blasts of water from his mouth. He is later introduced into the manga where he and Salaam expressed frustration at being kept from assisting Japan against All For One.
Christopher Skyline ((クリストファー・スカイライン, Kurisutofā Sukairain) / Captain Celebrity (キャプテン・セレブリティ, Kyaputen Sereburiti)
A pro hero from the United States with the Quirk Flight (飛行, Hikō) who appears in My Hero Academia: Vigilantes[49] as a recurring character who is forced to relocate to Japan due to his arrogant playboy ways causing him problems with his marriage and numerous lawsuits filed against him. Despite his initial arrogance he becomes good friends with the Vigilante the Crawler and manages to improve himself over time to eventually allow himself to be able to return home and in the finale gets the Crawler out of legal trouble by claiming him as his sidekick Flight,[50] effectively recruiting him into his company.[51]

Other Heroes[edit]

Kugo Sakamata (逆俣 空悟, Sakamata Kūgo) / Gang Orca (ギャングオルカ, Gyangu Oruka)
Voiced by: Shuhei Matsuda (Japanese); Tyler Walker (English)
A Pro Hero whose Quirk, Orcinus (シャチ, Shachi), gives him the abilities and appearance of a killer whale which he can use in the water or land.
Mirai Sasaki (佐々木 未来, Sasaki Mirai) / Sir Nighteye (サーナイトアイ, Sā Naitoai)
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki[52][53] (Japanese); Brandon McInnis (English)
A Pro Hero and former sidekick to All Might whose Quirk, Foresight (予知, Yochi), allows him to see a person's future. Nighteye is fatally wounded by Overhaul during the Shie Hassaikai raid, and later dies in the hospital in All Might's company.[54]
Taishiro Toyomitsu (豊満 太志郎, Toyomitsu Taishirō) / Fat Gum (ファットガム, Fatto Gamu)
Voiced by: Kazuyuki Okitsu[52][55] (Japanese); Kyle Hebert[56] (English)
A Pro Hero who employed Tamaki Amajiki and Eijiro Kirishima for their internships. His Quirk, Fat Absorption (脂肪吸着, Shibō Kyūchaku), allows him to use his fat to absorb the impact from collisions.[57]
Ken Takagi (高木 鍵, Takagi Ken) / Rock Lock (ロックロック, Rokku Rokku)
Voiced by: Yasuhiro (Japanese); Gabe Kunda (English)
A Pro Hero whose Quirk, Lock Down (施錠, Sejō), enables him to lock any non-living item in a position.
Masaki Mizushima (水島 正樹, Mizushima Masaki) / Manual (マニュアル, Manyuaru)
Voiced by: Kenta Ôkuma (Japanese); Ethan Gallardo (English)
A Pro Hero whose unnamed Quirk allows him to control water.
Sorahiko Torino (酉野 空彦, Torino Sorahiko) / Gran Torino (グラントリノ, Guran Torino)
Voiced by: Kenichi Ogata, Masamichi Kitada (young) (Japanese); Charles Campbell (English)
A retired hero whose Quirk, Jet (ジェット, Jetto), allows him to shoot air from the soles of his feet. Elements of Sorahiko's character are based on Yoda.[58]
Tensei Ida (飯田 天晴, Īda Tensei) / Ingenium (インゲニウム, Ingeniumu)
Voiced by: Masamichi Kitada (Japanese); Phil Parsons (English)
Tenya’s older brother and a former Pro Hero whose Quirk, Engine (エンジン, Enjin), allows him to release propulsion jets from his elbows and shoot himself forward at turbo speed. He resigned after being badly injured by Stain.
Juzo Moashi (百足 従造, Moashi Jūzō) / Centipeder (センチピーダー, Senchipīdā)
Voiced by: Kenta Ōkuma (Japanese); Zach Bolton (English)
A centipede-headed Nighteye Agency member. His Quirk, Centipede (ムカデ, Mukade), grants him long centipede-like limbs with agonizing poison. Following Sir Nighteye's death, Centipeder takes over the Nighteye Agency.
Kaoruko Awata (泡田 薫子, Awata Kaoruko) / Bubble Girl (バブルガール, Baburu Gāru)
Voiced by: Rie Murakawa (Japanese); Kara Edwards (English)
One of Sir Nighteye's assistants whose Quirk, Bubble (バブル, Baburu), allows her to make bubbles filled with an aroma that she has smelled at least once before. She remained at the Nighteye Agency following Sir Nighteye's death.
Sajin Higawara (日河原砂塵, Higawara Sajin) / Sand Hero Snatch (サンドヒーロー スナッチ, Sando Hīrō Sunatchi)
Voiced by: Koji Ishi (Japanese); Taylor Harris (English)
A Pro Hero. His unnamed Quirk (often referred to as Sandstorm, although that is not the official name) enables him to turn the upper half of his body into sand and control it. Snatch guarded the convoy guarding a defeated Overhaul and was killed by a combination attack from Dabi and Mr. Compress that turned him to glass.
Moe Kamiji (上路 萌, Kamiji Moe) / Burnin (バーニン, Bānin)
Voiced by: Misato Kawauchi (Japanese); Lisa Ortiz (English)
One of over thirty sidekicks who work at the Endeavor Agency. Her Quirk, Blazing Hair (燃髪, Nenpatsu), allows her to weaponize her fire-like hair. Her personality tends to clash with that of Katsuki Bakugo.

Villains[edit]

League of Villains[edit]

The League of Villains (敵連合, Viran Rengō) is an organization originally established and led by All For One that intends to destroy hero society and return villains to prominence, as they were before the rise of All Might.

The League of Villains also makes use of the Nomu (脳無, Nōmu, lit. "Brainless"), mindless, muscular monstrosities with different Quirks in them who were created by All For One and Daruma from deceased individuals. They are also called Artificial Humans.

After the League wins their war with the Meta Liberation Army, Tomura merges both organizations to form the Paranormal Liberation Front.

Tenko Shimura (志村 転弧, Shimura Tenko) / Tomura Shigaraki (死柄木 弔, Shigaraki Tomura)
Voiced by: Kōki Uchiyama[59][60], Arisa Sekine (young) (Japanese); Eric Vale,[6] Emily Fajardo (young) (English)
The main antagonist of the series and All For One's apprentice. Born the grandson of Nana Shimura, All Might's master, he was rescued off the streets by All For One as a child after he accidentally slaughtered his entire family with his Quirk, Decay (崩壊, Hōkai), which enables him to disintegrate whatever he touches with his fingers and anything connected to it.[61] Tomura made the group known to the heroes by leading the attack on the Unforeseen Simulation Joint. After All For One is arrested, Tomura takes full control of the League and eventually trains his Quirk to the point that he becomes the second most dangerous villain in Japan next to All For One himself.
Shigaraki (死柄木) / All For One (オール・フォー・ワン, Ōru Fō Wan)
Voiced by: Akio Ōtsuka[62][63] (Japanese); John Swasey[6][64] (English)
All Might's arch-enemy and the world's most powerful villain, also known as the Symbol of Evil (悪の象徴, Aku no Shōchō). His Quirk, All For One (オール・フォー・ワン, Ōru Fō Wan), enables him to both steal and bestow Quirks, as well as wield multiple Quirks at once. He is also obsessed with stealing One For All because it is the only Quirk that can oppose him and has successfully defied him throughout history. Although he is initially defeated by All Might and imprisoned in Tartarus for his crimes, All For One eventually escapes when Tomura and Garaki's surviving Nomus launch an assault on the prison and free all of its inmates.
Oboro Shirakumo (白雲 朧, Shirakumo Oboro, lit. "White Cloud" and "Hazy") / Kurogiri (黒霧, lit. "Black Fog")
Voiced by: Takahiro Fujiwara[65] (Kurogiri), Kensho Ono[66] (Oboro Shirakumo) (Japanese); Chuck Huber[6] (Kurogiri), Stephen Sanders[67] (Oboro Shirakumo) (English)
Tomura's caretaker and the League's second-in-command. His Quirk, Warp Gate (ワープゲート, Wāpu Gēto), allows him to generate a dark purple fog from his body and use it to create weaponized long-ranged portals. Kurogiri assisted Tomura in leading an assortment number of underlings in the attack on the Unforeseen Simulation Joint. After he is captured by Gran Torino and imprisoned in Tartarus, he is revealed to be a Nomu created from the corpse of Oboro Shirakumo, Eraserhead and Present Mic's high school classmate and close friend who died years ago in a villain attack.[68]
Dr. Kyudai Garaki (殻木 球大 博士, Garaki Kyūdai Hakase) / Daruma Ujiko (氏子 達磨, Ujiko Daruma)
Voiced by: Minoru Inaba (Japanese); Mark Stoddard (English)
All For One's personal doctor and a genius mad scientist. His Quirk, Life Force (摂生, Sessei), grants him an extended lifespan and makes him look younger than he actually is. He is also responsible for creating the Nomu. The character's name was previously Maruta Shiga (志賀 丸太, Shiga Maruta), but was changed following the backlash in relation to the war crimes committed by Unit 731 during the Second World War.[69]
Gigantomachia (ギガントマキア, Gigantomakia)
Voiced by: Yasuhiro Mamiya (Japanese); Cris George (English)
An immensely powerful kaiju-sized villain who has multiple Quirks and is deeply loyal to All For One. According to Garaki, the Nomu were based on him. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, he is sedated by Kirishima, defeated by Endeavor, and left behind on the battlefield by All For One.
Kagero Okuta (憶田 影朧, Okuta Kagerō) / Giran (義爛)
Voiced by: Seirou Ogino (Japanese); Ben Phillips (English)
A four-eyed villain who works as a broker for the League of Villains. His Quirk, Muddiness (混濁, Kondaku), allows him to cause minor amnesia to a person by making physical contact with their head.
Toya Todoroki (轟 燈矢, Todoroki Tōya) / Dabi (荼毘)
Voiced by: Hiro Shimono (Japanese); Jason Liebrecht (English)
A disdainful and sociopathic villain whose Quirk (often referred to as Cremation, although that is not the official name) allows him to generate and control highly destructive blue flames from his body, which are superior to even Endeavor's in both heat and power. He is later revealed to be Toya Todoroki, Endeavor's eldest son who was thought to have died years ago in a training accident and was driven to villainy after his father ultimately deems him useless for lacking the right Quirk to surpass All Might.[70] While Dabi intended to kill his younger brother Shoto as revenge, he takes advantage of Endeavor becoming Japan's new Number One Hero to expose their family life to the nation.
Himiko Toga (渡我 被身子, Toga Himiko)
Voiced by: Misato Fukuen[52][71] (Japanese); Leah Clark[72] (English)
A demented yandere-type girl able to assume the physical appearance of another with her Quirk Transform (変身, Henshin), which involves her drinking person's blood, the ability later evolved to also use the Quirk of whoever she turns into. Toga was driven to villainy when her parents spurned her for her morbid blood obsession, eventually running away from home after attacking a bleeding student in a moment of weakness. She also became romantically obsessed with Deku and Uraraka as she wanted to be accepted while associating her blood obsession with love.
Jin Bubaigawara (分倍河原 仁, Bubaigawara Jin) / Twice (トゥワイス, Tuwaisu)
Voiced by: Daichi Endō[73] (Japanese); Newton Pittman (English)
A masked villain initially suffered an existential crisis along with having an apparent form of dissociative personality disorder due to an incident involving his Quirk Double (二倍, Nibai). The Quirk allows him to create copies of anything he touches, including himself. He is killed by Hawks during the Jaku Hospital Raid and dies in Toga's arms after saving her from being captured by the heroes.[74]
Atsuhiro Sako (迫 圧紘, Sako Atsuhiro) / Mr. Compress (Mr. コンプレス, Misutā Konpuresu)
Voiced by: Tsuguo Mogami[73] (Japanese); Kent Williams (English)
A flashy villain and former stage magician whose Quirk, Compress (コンプレス, Konpuresu), allows him to instantly shrink down anything in a spherical area into a small marble without actually damaging it. During the League's meeting with the Shie Hassaikai, Atsuhiro loses his left arm when he attempts to take down Overhaul and has it replaced with a prosthetic. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, he sustains grievous injuries while saving the other members of the League from being captured by heroes and is left behind on the battlefield by All For One.
Shuichi Iguchi (伊口 秀一, Iguchi Shūichi) / Spinner (スピナー, Supinā)
Voiced by: Ryō Iwasaki[73] (Japanese); Larry Brantley (English)
A reptilian villain whose Quirk, Gecko (ヤモリ, Yamori), gives him the appearance and abilities of a gecko. He was inspired to join the League by Stain and admires the Hero Killer so much that he modeled his look and fighting style off of his, wanting to change society due to the prejudice he suffered for his appearance.
Kenji Hikiishi (引石 健磁, Hikīshi Kenji) / Magne (マグネ, Magune)
Voiced by: Satoru Inoue[73] (Japanese); Jeremy Inman (English)
A transgender woman whose Quirk, Magnetism (磁力, Jiryoku), allows her to magnetize others within an area around herself. She is brutally killed by Overhaul after recklessly attacking the latter with her Quirk.[75]
Goto Imatsuji (今筋強斗, Imasuji Gōto) / Muscular (マスキュラー, Masukyurā)
Voiced by: Kousuke Takaguchi[76] (Japanese); Jim Foronda (English)
A malefic villain whose Quirk, Muscle Augmentation (筋肉増強, Kin'niku Zōkyō), allows him to enlarge the muscle fibers beneath his skin, granting him immense strength, speed, stamina, and durability. During the Forest Training Arc, Muscular took part in the mission to capture Bakugo for the League of Villains and was imprisoned in Tartarus after being defeated by Izuku. Although he later escapes from Tartarus during a prison break led by All For One, he is ultimately defeated again by Izuku and re-imprisoned for his crimes.
Mustard (マスタード, Masutādo)
Voiced by: Kiyotaka Furushima (Japanese); Daman Mills (English)
A teenage villain whose Quirk, Gas (ガス, Gasu), allows him to generate vast amounts of a toxic sleeping gas from his body. As he is not immune to his own Quirk, Mustard wears a gas mask that is attached to two oxygen tanks on his back. During the Forest Training Arc, Mustard took part in the mission to capture Bakugo for the League of Villains and was defeated by Tetsutetsu in one punch.
Moonfish (ムーンフィッシュ, Mūnfisshu)
Voiced by: Shuhei Matsuda (Japanese); Daman Mills (English)
An insane and cannibalistic villain whose Quirk, Blade-Tooth (歯刃, Shijin), allows him to lengthen, sharpen, and manipulate his teeth into webs of powerful blades. During the Forest Training Arc, Moonfish took part in the mission to capture Bakugo for the League of Villains and was imprisoned in Tartarus after being defeated by Tokoyami's Quirk. He later escapes from Tartarus during the prison break led by All For One.
Hood (フード, Fūdo)
Voiced by: Tsuguo Mogami (Japanese); Daman Mills (English)
A highly advanced and sentient Nomu made from an unnamed street punk who attacks Endeavor and Hawks in Kyushu. He is revealed to possess six different Quirks and is able to severely injure Endeavor before the latter incinerates him with his ultimate super move Prominence Burn.
Johnny (ジョン, Jon)
A small Nomu with a cable-like bottom that is owned by Daruma and has the ability to teleport people by spraying a goo that makes its recipient a medium for the teleportation. Johnny wears a helmet that enables Daruma to control where anyone is teleported to.

Meta Liberation Army[edit]

The Meta Liberation Army (異能解放軍, Inō Kaihō-gun, M.L.A.) is a powerful organization of villains originally founded and led by the infamous villain Destro (デストロ, Desutoro). They refer to Quirks as Meta Abilities (メタ能力, Meta Nōryoku) and believe that the free usage of Quirks is a basic human right. After the Meta Liberation Army is defeated by the League of Villains, Tomura merges the two organizations to create the Paranormal Liberation Front where it contains a number of unnamed members.

Rikiya Yotsubashi (四ツ橋 力也, Yotsubashi Rikiya) / Re-Destro (デストロ再, Desutoro-sai)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata[77] (Japanese); Sonny Strait[78] (English)
The condescending grand commander of the Meta Liberation Army and a descendant of Destro. His Quirk, Stress (ストレス, Sutoresu), grants him the ability to convert his stress and anger into raw power, which turns him into a hulking monster and significantly enhances his strength. He attempts to wipe out the League of Villains, but ultimately fails when Tomura defeats him in battle and damages his lower legs, prompting him to submit to Tomura. He joined the Paranormal Liberation Front as one of its lieutenants and now uses a high-tech wheelchair due to his damaged parts getting amputated. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, Re-Destro is defeated by Edgeshot and imprisoned for his crimes.
Koku Hanabata (花畑 孔腔, Hanabata Kōkū) / Trumpet (トランペット, Toranpetto)
Voiced by: Junji Majima[77] (Japanese); Adam McArthur (English)[79]
A manipulative and levelheaded politician who serves as one of the executives of the Meta Liberation Army. His Quirk, Incite (煽動, Sendō), allows him to boost the physical and mental abilities of his subordinates from his voice. He is later captured by the heroes during the Jaku Hospital Raid and imprisoned for his crimes.
Tomoyasu Chikazoku (近属 友保, Chikazoku Tomoyasu) / Skeptic (スケプティック, Sukeputikku)
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita[77] (Japanese); Benjamin Diskin[80] (English)
A tech-savvy executive member of the Meta Liberation Army whose Quirk, Anthropomorph (人形, Hitogata), allows him to take a human-sized object and turn it into an exact lookalike of any given person, which he can then control like a puppet. He is the only executive member of the Meta Liberation Army who is not captured by the heroes during the Jaku Hospital Raid.
Chitose Kizuki (気月 置歳, Kizuki Chitose) / Curious (キュリオス, Kyuriosu)
Voiced by: Takako Honda[77] (Japanese); Tara Sands[81] (English)
A blue-skinned executive member of the Meta Liberation Army who gets her villain name from her very inquisitive personality. Her Quirk, Landmine (地雷, Jirai), allows her to turn anything she touches into a bomb. She is killed by Toga during the war between the League of Villains and the Meta Liberation Army that takes place in Deika City where she copies Uravity's abilities and uses them on Curious and those with her.
Geten (外典, Geten) / Iceman (氷男, Kо̄riotoko)
Voiced by: Seiichirō Yamashita[77] (Japanese); Khoi Dao[82] (English)
An Inuit-like member of the Meta Liberation Army whose Quirk, Ice Manipulation (氷操, Kōri Misao), allows him to freely control all nearby ice. During the war between the League of Villains and the Meta Liberation Army, Geten faces off against Dabi and fights the latter to a stalemate. He is later defeated by Cementoss during the Jaku Hospital Raid and imprisoned for his crimes.
Tatsuyuki Tokoname (常滑達行, Tokoname Tatsuyuki) / Slidin' Go (スライディン・ゴー, Suraidin Gō)
Voiced by: Takumu Miyazono (Japanese); Bill Butts (English)
A minor hero who possesses an unnamed sliding Quirk and works as a double agent for the Meta Liberation Army. During the Jaku Hospital Raid, he is exposed by Death Arms and imprisoned for his crimes.

Shie Hassaikai[edit]

The Shie Hassaikai (死穢八斎會, Shie Hassaikai) (lit. "Eight Precepts of Death") is a Yakuza group that intends on bringing themselves back to power by producing and dealing Quirk-destroying drugs on the black market. They also serve as the titular main antagonists of the Shie Hassaikai Arc.

Boss (八斎會組長, Hassaikai kumichō)
Voiced by: Naomi Kusumi (Japanese); R. Bruce Elliott (English)
The unnamed former boss of the Shie Hassaikai, Overhaul's foster father, and Eri's maternal grandfather. After refusing to consent to Overhaul's inhumane master plan to bring the Yakuza back to power through a Quirk-destroying drug manufactured from unethical experiments performed on Eri, he is secretly put into a comatose state by Overhaul, who then takes over as the new head of the Shie Hassaikai.
Kai Chisaki (治崎 廻, Chisaki Kai) / Overhaul (オーバーホール, Ōbāhōru)
Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda[83] (Japanese); Kellen Goff, Caitlin Glass (young)[25] (English)
The mysophobic and sociopathic boss of the Shie Hassaikai. His Quirk, Overhaul (オーバーホール, Ōbāhōru), enables him to disassemble anything he touches, as well as reassemble it in any configuration he desires. He can also use his Quirk to fuse himself with others, which enables him to use their Quirks, and heal himself of any injuries he sustains in combat.[84]Overhaul is obsessed with restoring the Yakuza to their former glory and attempts to make his objectives reality by creating a Quirk-destroying drug from Eri's body and then monopolizing it on the black market. However, before he is able to commercialize the drug, he is defeated by Deku, who also rescues Eri from him, and imprisoned in Tartarus for his crimes. While on route to Tartarus, the League of Villains intercept the prison transport Overhaul was in. Tomura decays both of Overhaul's hands so that he cannot his Quirk again. During the Tartarus breakout, Overhaul escaped to see the former Shie Hassakai boss and Eri to atone for his sins.
Hari Kurono (玄野 針, Kurono Hari) / Chronostasis (クロノスタシス, Kuronosutashisu)
Voiced by: Takumi Asahina (Japanese); Anthony Bowling (English)
Overhaul's childhood friend and loyal assistant. His Quirk, Chronostasis (クロノスタシス, Kuronosutashisu), enables him to slow down the movements of anything he hits with his clock-hand-like hair. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Suneater and arrested by the police.
Joi Irinaka (入中 常衣, Irinaka Jōi) / Mimic (ミミック, Mimikku)
Voiced by: Yasuhiro Mamiya (Japanese); Derrick Snow (English)
The general manager of the Shie Hassaikai. His Quirk, Mimicry (擬態, Gitai), allows him to transfer his own body and mind into solid objects, which he can then manipulate and control like his actual body. He generally uses his Quirk to disguise himself as black beaked hand puppet. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Deku and Eraserhead, and taken into police custody.

Eight Bullets[edit]

The Eight Bullets (鉄砲玉 八斎衆, Teppōdama Hassaishū) are Overhaul's eight elite henchman. Most of them were cast out by society and had no reason to live until they were given a purpose by Overhaul. Ironically, despite the fact that they are fiercely loyal to him, Overhaul regards the Eight Bullets as expendable pawns and only sees them for their utilitarian value to his cause.

Shin Nemoto (音本 真, Nemoto Shin)
Voiced by: Takayuki Masuda (Japanese); John Burgmeier (English)
A former con artist whose Quirk, Confession (真実吐き, Makoto Tsuki), enables him to force people to answer his questions truthfully. He became disillusioned with society when he could not find someone worthy of his trust and joined the Hassaikai upon realizing Overhaul's villainous but honest intentions. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Lemillion and arrested by the police.
Rikiya Katsukame (活瓶 力也, Katsukame Rikiya)
Voiced by: Hiroaki Okuda (Japanese); Chris Guerrero (English)
A hulking gangster whose Quirk, Vitality Stealing (活力 吸収, Katsuryoku Kyūshū), allows him to absorb the stamina of his adversaries, simultaneously strengthening himself and weakening his opponents. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by the combined efforts of Nejire, Uravity, Froppy, and Ryukyu, and arrested by the police.
Toya Setsuno (窃野 トウヤ, Setsuno Tōya)
Voiced by: KENN (Japanese); Derek Whitener (English)
A fanatic villain whose Quirk, Larceny (窃盗, Settō), allows him to telekinetically steal any objects that his target possesses. The objects that can be "stolen" include even manifestations of others' Quirks. He joined the Hassaikai after losing everything he had to a traitorous lover and being put in tremendous debt. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Suneater and arrested by the police.
Yu Hojo (宝生 結, Hōjō Yū)
Voiced by: Kenichiro Matsuda (Japanese); Eric Lopez (English)
A masked villain whose Quirk, Crystallize (結晶, Kesshō), allows him to grow sharp, durable crystals all over his body. He joined the Hassaikai after being beaten to the brink of death by a former colleague and discarded on the streets. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Suneater and arrested by the police.
Soramitsu Tabe (多部 空満, Tabe Soramitsu)
Voiced by: Kengo Tsuji (Japanese); Jeramey Kraatz (English)
An insane villain who is obsessed with eating. His Quirk, Food (, Shoku), allows his teeth to easily chew through and consume any solid substance, no matter how durable it is. He joined the Hassaikai after being spurned by society and tossed aside for his abnormal personality. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Suneater and arrested by the police.
Kendo Rappa (乱波 肩動, Rappa Kendō) / The Rapper (ザ ラッパー, Za Rappā)
Voiced by: Shouhei Kajikawa (Japanese); Eric Rolon (English)
A battle-crazed villain who thrives on bloodshed and only cares about seeking a battle that can satisfy him. His Quirk, Strongarm (強肩, Kyōken), enables him to rotate his shoulders at extreme speeds, allowing him to attack his targets with a near-endless barrage of bullet punches. He joined the Hassaikai after being easily defeated by Overhaul in a fight. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Red Riot and Fat Gum, and arrested by the police.
Hekiji Tengai (天蓋 壁慈, Tengai Hekiji)
Voiced by: Jun Miyamoto (Japanese); Shawn Gann (English)
A monk-like villain whose Quirk, Barrier (バリア, Baria), allows him to create a dome-shaped forcefield around himself and his allies. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Red Riot and Fat Gum, and arrested by the police.
Deidoro Sakaki (酒木 泥泥, Sakaki Deidoro)
Voiced by: Kouji Takahashi (Japanese); Zeno Robinson (English)
An alcoholic villain whose Quirk, Sloshed (泥酔, Deisui), enables him to subject anyone near him to severe dizziness, knocking off their sense of balance and putting them in a state similar to being drunk. During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, he is defeated by Lemillion and arrested by the police.

Other villains[edit]

The following villains are not associated with any of the villain groups above:

Chizome Akaguro (赤黒 血染, Akaguro Chizome) / Stain (ステイン, Sutein)
Voiced by: Go Inoue[85] (Japanese); Robert McCollum[86] (English)
A former hero trainee who became disillusioned with the hero system after seeing how many became heroes for money and fame, and turned into a serial killer with the mission of purging society of those he did not consider to be true heroes.[87] His Quirk is Bloodcurdle (凝血, Gyōketsu), which allows him to paralyze a person for a certain period of time by ingesting their blood. Izuku and Shoto defeated him, and was later imprisoned.
Danjuro Tobita (飛田 弾柔郎, Tobita Danjūrō) / Gentle Criminal (ジェントル・クリミナル, Jentoru Kuriminaru)
Voiced by: Kōichi Yamadera (Japanese); John Gremillion[88] (English)
A villain who commits crimes for fame through posting video recordings of his criminal acts.[89] His Quirk, Elasticity (弾性, Erasutishiti), allows him to bestow the property of elasticity to anything he touches. He and La Brava are defeated by Deku and handed over to the police.
Manami Aiba (相場 愛美, Aiba Manami) / La Brava (ラブラバ, Ra Buraba)
Voiced by: Yui Horie (Japanese); Megan Shipman[88] (English)
La Brava is Gentle's loyal fan and admirer, who films and uploads his criminal activities online.[90] Her Quirk, Love (ラブ, Rabu), allows her to boost the power of whomever she loves the most by declaring her love to them (although she is only able to activate her Quirk once a day). She and Gentle are defeated by Deku and handed over to the police.
Ending (エンディング, Endingu)
Voiced by: Kishō Taniyama[91] (Japanese); Belsheber Rusape Jr. (English)
A villain who attacks Endeavor while he is interning Midoriya, Bakugo, and Todoroki. His Quirk, Whiteline (白線, Hakusen), allows him to control and manipulate any lane lines that are painted on the road.
Kaina Tsutsumi (筒美 火伊那, Tsutsumi Kaina) / Lady Nagant (レディ・ナガン, Redi Nagan)
A former hero who worked as an assassin for the Public Safety Commission, killing both villains and corrupt heroes. Her Quirk, Rifle (ライフル, Raifuru), grants her the ability to transform her right forearm into a rifle at will. She uses her hair to create ammunition. Disillusioned with the hero society, she attacks the Public Safety president, causing her to be sent to Tartarus.[92][93] During the Tartarus Break-in, she escaped, helping Kai Chisaki in the process. She then was sent by All for One to capture Izuku Midoriya, receiving an Air Walk Quirk as payment.
Wolfram (ウォルフラム, Worufuramu)
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama (Japanese); Keith Silverstein (English)
Wolfram is the main antagonist of My Hero Academia: Two Heroes who was an old acquaintance of All For One and the boss of Swordkill, Daigo, and Nobu. His Quirk, Metal Manipulation (金属操作, Kinzoku Sōsa), enables him to reshape and manipulate all types of metal. All For One also gave Wolfram the Quirk Muscle Augmentation (筋肉増強, Kin'niku Zōkyō) that enables him to increase his muscle mass. He and his group attacked I-Island where the I-Expo was being held. Wolfram was defeated by Izuku and All Might.
Nine (ナイン, Nain)
Voiced by: Yoshino Inoue (Japanese); Johnny Yong Bosch (English)
The main antagonist of My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising and the boss of Chimera, Mummy, and Slice. His Quirk, Weather Manipulation (気象操作, Kishō Sōsa), enables him to control the weather. In addition, Nine can also steal the Quirks of anyone and constant use of them can exhaust him, causing Nine to wear a special life-support system that pumps special drugs in him. Nine and his minions plan to create a society where those with strong Quirks will dominate those with weak Quirks. After being defeated by Midoriya and Bakugo, he is killed by Shigaraki.
Flect Turn (フレクト・ターン, Furekuto Tān)
Voiced by: Kazuya Nakai (Japanese); Robbie Daymond (English)
The main antagonist of My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. His Quirk, Reflect (リフレクト, Rifurekuto), enables him to reflect all types of energy, including any attack and its effects, back to the user; as well as storing it for later.
Beros (ベロス, Berosu)
Voiced by: Mariya Ise (Japanese); Michelle Rojas (English)
A villain working for Flect Turn in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. Her Quirk, Long Bow (ロング ボウ, Rongu Bou), allows her to morph her left hand into a bow, as well as being able to control the object she shoots out of it. However, she cannot create her own ammunition.
Sidero (シデロ, Shidero)
Voiced by: Yūichirō Umehara (Japanese); D.C. Douglas (English)
A villain working for Flect Turn in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. His Quirk, Iron Ball (アイアン ボール, Aian Bōru), allows him to create iron balls (of which he can also control the size of, to an extent) and shoot them from his knuckles.
Serpenters (サーペンターズ, Sāpentāzu)
Voiced by: Junya Enoki (Japanese); Mike Haimoto (English)
A villain duo made up of two twin brothers - Ena (エナ, Ena) and Dio (ディオ, Dio) - who work for Flect Turn in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. Their Quirk, Sword Kill (ソード キル, Sōdo Kiru), allows each of them to manifest flexible swords from their arms and shoulders.
Leviathan (レヴィアタン, Reviatan)
Voiced by: Shogo Sakata (Japanese); Marcus D. Stimac (English)
A villain working for Flect Turn in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. His Quirk, Helical Scythe (ヘリカルサイズ, Herikarusaizu), allows him to create a powerful water current twist from his fingertips and horns.
Allen Kay (アラン・ケイ, Aran Kei)
Voiced by: Hirofumi Nojima (Japanese); Brent Mukai (English)
A villain working for Flect Turn as a researcher in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission.

Other Hero Schools[edit]

Shiketsu High School[edit]

The primary rival of U.A. High School, Shiketsu High School (士傑 高校, Shiketsu Kōkō) is regarded as the top hero school in West Japan. Shiketsu has very strict regulations compared to those of U.A., taking on a more militaristic environment.

Inasa Yoarashi (夜嵐 イナサ, Yoarashi Inasa) / Gale Force (レップウ, Reppu)
Voiced by: Ryōta Iwasaki[94] (Japanese); Matt Shipman[95] (English)
A first-year student whose Quirk, Whirlwind (旋風, Senpū), allows him to control the wind. He developed a rivalry with Todoroki at first which was caused from a moment in his childhood where Endeavor denied him an autograph.
Camie Utsushimi (現見 ケミィ, Utsushimi Kemii) / Maboromicamie (マボロミカミィ, Maboromikamii)
Voiced by: Minori Chihara[94] (Japanese); Brittney Karbowski[95] (English)
A second-year student whose Quirk, Glamour (幻惑, Genwaku), allows her to create illusions that form with a mist-like substance that she emits from her mouth.
Seiji Shishikura (肉倉 精児, Shishikura Seiji) / Sisicross (シシクロス, Shishikurosu)
Voiced by: Makoto Furukawa[94] (Japanese); Stephan Fu[96] (English)
A second-year student whose Quirk, Meatball (精肉, Seiniku), allows him to mold others into restrained globs of flesh.
Nagamasa Mora (毛原 長昌, Mōra Nagamasa) / Chewyee (チューイー, Chūī)
Voiced by: Volcano Ōta (Japanese); Randy E. Aguebor (ep. 56), Jim Johnson (eps. 57; 59-60) (English)
A student from Shiketsu High whose Quirk, Extend-o-Hair (伸毛, Shinmō), allows him to lengthen and manipulate his body hair.

Ketsubutsu Academy[edit]

Ketsubutsu Academy (傑物 学園高校, Ketsubutsu Gakuen Kōkō) is a high-ranking hero academy that claims a rivalry with U.A. High School, although it is much more one-sided than the rivalry between Shiketsu and U.A.

Yo Shindo (真堂揺, Shindō Yō) / Grand (グランド, Gurand)
Voiced by: Yuuta Kasuya (Japanese); Bryce Papenbrook (English)
A second-year student at Ketsubutsu Academy whose Quirk, Vibrate (揺らす, Yurasu), allows him to channel powerful vibrations through any surface he touches with his hands.
Tatami Nakagame (中瓶 畳, Nakagame Tatami) / Turtle Neck (タートルネック, Tātorunekku)
Voiced by: Megumi Han (Japanese); Kristen McGuire (English)
A second-year student at Ketsubutsu Academy who is a fan of U.A. Her Quirk, Telescopic (折りたたみ, Oritatami), allows her to retract her body into herself like a turtle.
Shikkui Makabe (真壁 漆喰, Makabe Shikkui) / Mr. Smith (Mr. スミス, Misutā Sumisu)
Voiced by: Hiromichi Kogami (Japanese); Brad Hawkins (English)
A second-year student at Ketsubutsu Academy with an odd appearance. His Quirk, Stiffening (硬質化, Kōshitsu-ka), allows him to make any object he rubs or kneads with his hands extremely hard, although it does not work on living beings.
Itejiro Toteki (投擲 射手次郎, Tōteki Itejirō) / Boomerang Man (ブーメランマン, Būmeran Man)
Voiced by: Kenta Ōkuma (Japanese); Lee George (English)
A student whose Quirk, Boomerang (ブーメラン, Būmeran), grants him the ability to throw objects with incredible accuracy and change their trajectory in mid-air.

Seiai Academy[edit]

Seiai Academy (聖愛 学院, Seiai Gakuen) is an all-girls hero academy that is exclusive to the anime.

Saiko Intelli (印照 才子, Interi Saiko)
Voiced by: Reina Ueda (Japanese); Jeannie Tirado (English)
A second-year student at Seiai Academy, Saiko Intelli is exclusive to the anime and does not appear in the manga. Her Quirk, IQ (アイキュー, Ai Kyū), allows her to temporarily boost her intelligence by drinking tea and closing her eyes. The strength of the intelligence boost depends on the type of tea she drinks.

Isamu Academy[edit]

Isamu Academy High School (勇 学園 高校, Isamu Gakuen Kōkō) is a hero academy that is exclusive to the anime, featured in the OVA Training of the Dead.

Romero Fujimi (藤見 露召呂, Fujimi Romero)
Voiced by: Ryōhei Kimura
An arrogant student whose Quirk, Zombie Virus (ゾンビ ウィルス, Zonbi Wirusu), enables him to create a gas that temporarily turns those who inhale it into zombies. However, he is not immune to his own Quirk.
Kashiko Sekigai (赤外 可視子, Sekigai Kashiko) / Sensor Girl (センサーガール, Sensāgāru)
Voiced by: Asami Yoshikawa
A class representative from Isamu Academy. Her unnamed Quirk (often referred to as Chart, although that is not the official name) allows her to create a holographic page which can be used to locate and detect people.
Dadan Tadan (多弾 打弾, Tadan Dadan) / Lucky Strike (ラッキーストライク, Rakkīsutoraiku)
Voiced by: Kei Minegishi
A timid boy whose unnamed Quirk (often referred to as Flash Bang Sweat, although that is not the official name) enables his sweat to create a bright flash of light and sound on impact.
Habuko Mongoose (万偶数 羽生子, Mangūsu Habuko)
Voiced by: Maaya Uchida
A friend of Tsuyu Asui from their middle school days. Her unnamed Quirk (often referred to as Paralysis, although that is not the official name) allows her to paralyze her targets for three seconds by looking them straight in the eye. She also appeared in the first bonus chapter of the manga.

Other characters[edit]

Civilians[edit]

Inko Midoriya (緑谷 引子, Midoriya Inko)
Voiced by: Aya Kawakami (Japanese); Jessica Cavanagh (English)
Izuku's mother. Initially supportive of her son's dreams, the constant villain attacks on U.A. make her briefly doubt the safety of the school.[97] Her unnamed Quirk (often referred to as Attraction of Small Objects, although that is not the official name) allows her to draw small objects to her with telekinesis-like power.
Naomasa Tsukauchi (塚内 直正, Tsukauchi Naomasa) / True Man (トゥルーマン, Turūman)
Voiced by: Tokuyoshi Kawashima (Japanese); Alejandro Saab[6] (English)
Tsukauchi is a detective who is All Might's client in the Police Force, therefore knowing of his and Izuku's Quirk. He is also a regular recurring character in the prequel series My Hero Academia Vigliantes,[98] where it is revealed that he is the older brother of Makoto Tsukauchi who is Captain Celebrity's business manager, though their differing views towards the Naruhata Vigilantes had caused issues between them.
Kota Izumi (出水 洸汰, Izumi Kōta)
Voiced by: Michiru Yamazaki (Japanese); Cassandra Lee Morris[99] (English)
A young boy who lost his Hero parents, the Water Hose duo, to Muscular and was taken in by the Pussycats due to Mandalay being his aunt. His Quirk, Water Gun (水鉄砲, Mizudeppō), allows him to release a splash of water from his hands. His Quirk appears to be somewhat weak, but that is likely due to his young age.
Taneo Tokuda (特田 種男, Tokuda Taneo)
Voiced by: Eiji Hanawa (Japanese); Jay Hickman, Monica Rial (young) (English)
Exclusive to the anime, Taneo Tokuda is a freelance journalist who sought out All Might's successor for personal reasons. His Quirk, Whole-Body Lens (全身レンズ, Zenshin Renzu), allows him to manifest camera lenses on any part of his body and print the photographs from his chest.
Eri (エリ)
Voiced by: Seiran Kobayashi (Japanese); Emily Neves[100] (English)
The young granddaughter of the Shie Hassaikai's former boss. She was abused and experimented on by Overhaul to create the Quirk-destroying drug that he planned to use to bring the Yakuza back to power and developed a deep fear of him as a consequence. After she is saved by Deku and Lemillion, she is taken in by the teachers at U.A. and eventually adjusts to normal life, becoming a much more cheerful and optimistic child as a result.[101] Her Quirk, Rewind (巻き戻し, Maki Modoshi), enables her to reverse a living individual's body back to a previous state, allowing her to make them younger, heal them of their injuries, and undo any of their bodily modifications.
Rei Todoroki (轟 冷, Todoroki Rei)
Voiced by: Michiko Neya (Japanese); Morgan Garrett (English)
Endeavor's wife and the mother of their four children. She has a powerful ice Quirk that has yet to be shown in-series. Born as Rei Himura (氷叢 冷, Himura Rei), she was essentially sold off to Endeavor by her family for unknown reasons and decided to sire more than one child with him as a way to encourage each other. Although their relationship was actually quite healthy during the early years of their marriage, it started to sour when Endeavor lost himself in his obsession to surpass All Might. The abuse he put her through also caused Rei to become mentally unstable and she eventually snapped by throwing boiling water over the left side of Shoto's face in a fit of madness, prompting an unsympathetic Endeavor to send her to a mental hospital. Currently, Rei still resides in that same hospital. She has recovered her sanity and returned to her normal self. Rei also maintains loving relationships with her children and has come to look past her husband's faults, as she is aware of his attempts to face his past and atone for his mistakes.
Fuyumi Todoroki (轟 冬美, Todoroki Fuyumi)
Voiced by: Kei Shindo (Japanese); Kate Oxley (English)
Shoto's older sister. She works as an elementary school teacher and has an ice Quirk like her mother. As noted by Bakugo, she is also an excellent chef. Out of all of Enji's children, she is the only one who has forgiven her father for his mistakes and supports his attempts to atone and mend his relationships with his family.
Natsuo Todoroki (轟 夏雄, Todoroki Natsu)
Voiced by: Yūki Shin (Japanese); Adam Gibbs (English)
Shoto's older brother. He is a university student majoring in medicine and has an ice Quirk like his mother. Unlike his sister, Natsuo openly resents his father and has an hard time even talking to him without losing his composure even when Endeavor saved him from Ending.
Hiroshi Tameda (為田 浩, Tameda Hiroshi)
Voiced by: Serina Machiyama (Japanese); Todd Haberkorn (English)
Endeavor's loyal fan. He is a plain-looking young man who looks somewhat similar to Kosei Tsuburaba. Hiroshi is rather supportive of Endeavor, notably when he spoke out to the public that they still need to believe in Endeavor for protecting society from powerful villains like High-End.
David Shield (デヴィット・シールド, Devitto Shīrudo)
Voiced by: Katsuhisa Namase, Ryohei Kimura (young) (Japanese); Ray Chase (English)
Appearing in My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, David Shield is a scientist at I-Island, All Might's old friend, and the father of Melissa Shield.
Melissa Shield (メリッサ・シールド, Merissa Shīrudo)
Voiced by: Mirai Shida (Japanese); Erica Mendez (English)
Appearing in My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, Melissa is the Quirkless daughter of David Shield who bonds with Izuku.
Katsuma Shimano (島乃 活真, Shimano Katsuma)
Voiced by: Yuka Terasaki (Japanese); Maxey Whitehead (English)
A little boy living on Nabu Island who befriends Deku and the students. His Quirk, Cell Activation (細胞活性, Saibō Kassei), allows its user to activate the cells in anyone's body through touch which increases regeneration, recovery time, and improve their physical condition. Katsuma's Quirk is sought out by Nine in the movie My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising.
Mahoro Shimano (島乃 真幌, Shimano Mahoro)
Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa (Japanese); Dani Chambers (English)
A little girl living on Nabu Island who is Katsuma's older sister. Her Quirk, Hologram (ホログラム, Horoguramu), allows her to create holograms of anything she wishes. She is also a character in the movie My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising.
Rody Soul (ロディ ソウル, Rodi Sōru)
Voiced by: Ryo Yoshizawa[102] (Japanese); Ryan Colt Levy (English)
A character introduced in My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. His Quirk, Soul (, Sōru), manifests as a small, bird-like animal named Pino (ピノ, Pino), who changes facial expressions based on how Rody is feeling due to a link to his soul. Rody is also a resident of Otheon.
Pino is voiced by Megumi Hayashibara (Japanese)[103]; Cristina Vee (English).

Past Users of One for All[edit]

Yoichi Shigaraki (死柄木 与一, Shigaraki Yoichi)
Voiced by: Sōichirō Hoshi (Japanese); Stephen Fu[96] (English)
The first user of One For All and sickly younger brother of All For One. He was initially believed to have been born Quirkless, but in reality, he had a Quirk which had no other ability than to transfer itself to another person through DNA. After his brother forcibly gave Yoichi a power stockpiling Quirk, it merged with the Quirk that he already had, resulting in the creation of One For All.
Hikage Shinomori (四乃森 避影, Shinomori Hikage)
The fourth user of One For All, he was a white-haired man with a long scar running down the left side of his face. Unlike the other users who came before him, he opted to hide from All For One and train with One For All in order to make the Quirk as strong as he possibly could. He ultimately died 18 years after inheriting One For All as a result of his body being unable to withstand the stress of using multiple Quirks for long periods of time. His Quirk was Danger Sense (危機感知, Kiki Kanchi), which allowed him to detect any potential threats in his surroundings.
Daigoro Banjo (萬繩 大悟郎, Banjō Daigorō) / Lariat (ラリアット, Rariatto)
Voiced by: Hiroki Yasumoto (Japanese); Andrew Love (English)
The fifth user of One For All, he was a muscular, bald man with a funky and energetic personality. During the time that he possessed One For All, All For One attempted to steal it from him twice, but failed on both attempts. His Quirk was Blackwhip (黒鞭, Kuro Muchi), which enabled him to create tendrils of black energy from his hands that he could use to capture enemies and increase his mobility. He first appeared during the Joint Training Battle as a spirit inside One For All in order to give Izuku instructions on how to use his Quirk.[104]
En (, En)
The sixth user of One For All, he was a quiet, dark-haired man who wore a high-collared jacket that covered his mouth and nose. His Quirk was Smokescreen (煙幕, Enmaku), which enabled him to generate thick clouds of smoke from his body.
Nana Shimura (志村 菜奈, Shimura Nana)
Voiced by: Mie Sonozaki (Japanese); Stephanie Young (English)
The seventh user of One For All and Tenko Shimura's grandmother, she was a beautiful and compassionate woman with a strong sense of justice. She was also All Might's master and died protecting him from All For One when the villain attempted to kill them both. Her Quirk was Float (浮遊, Fuyū), which allowed her to levitate and fly.

Vigilantes[edit]

Koichi Haimawari (灰廻 航一, Haimawari Kōichi) / The Crawler (ザ・クロウラー, Za Kurourā)
A 19–year old college student whose Quirk, Slide and Glide (滑走, Kassō), allows him to quickly travel across any flat surface; however, he must make contact with the surface in at least three places (typically he chooses both of his hands and one or both of his feet). He became a vigilante after being unable to become a Pro Hero.[105] During the finale, following his final battle with Number 6, his friend Captain Celebrity vouches for him by claiming him as a sidekick[106] and since then Koichi had moved to America and joined CC's company in New York under a new codename Skycrawler[107]
Kazuho Haneyama (羽根山 和歩, Haneyama Kazuho) / Pop☆Step (ポップ☆ステップ, Poppu☆Suteppu)
A high schooler whose Quirk, Leap (跳躍, Chōyaku), allows her to jump several meters high. She was briefly possessed by a villain known as Queen Bee, though she is saved from possession after she is shot through the chest, becoming heavily injured but alive.[108]
Iwao Oguro (雄黒 巌, Oguro Iwao) / Knuckleduster (ナックルダスター, Nakkurudasutā)
An old man who is investigating the trafficking of a mysterious drug around town in order to find his daughter. His tenacity in battle makes others believe he possesses a Quirk related to physical prowess, when he actually has no Quirk at all. He was later revealed to formerly have been the former hero O'Clock whose Quirk Overclock had been stolen by All-For-One [109][110] and had been given to Number 6.

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