List of My Hero Academia characters

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A few of the main characters from My Hero Academia. From left to right: Tenya Iida, Ochaco Uraraka, Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugō, and Shōto 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 Earth's population possesses some form of superhuman ability, commonly referred to as "Quirks". In the wake of the sudden appearance of Quirks, the profession of Hero arose. My Hero Academia follows the story of a young boy named Izuku Midoriya, and his journey to become the world's greatest hero under the tutelage of Japan's number one hero. The spin-off series, Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals, follows the vigilante Koichi Haimawari as he works with other vigilantes to put a stop to villains and criminal organizations.

Main characters[edit]

My Hero Academia[edit]

Izuku Midoriya (緑谷 出久, Midoriya Izuku) / Deku (デク)
Voiced by: Daiki Yamashita[1] (Vomic and Anime) (Japanese); Justin Briner[2] (English)
Nicknamed Deku (デク) by his childhood friend Bakugō, based from the Japanese term meaning "good-for-nothing" while the English dub makes it an anagram for "Defenseless Izuku", Izuku is a timid but kind boy who is extremely knowledgeable about heroes and dreams to be one himself like his idol All Might, despite being one of the roughly 20 percent of people born without a Quirk. But upon meeting the hero while stepping in an attempt to save Bakugō from a villain, Deku is chosen by All Might to become the ninth holder of One For All (ワン・フォー・オール, Wan Fō Ōru), a Quirk that stockpiles the user's physical strength and unleashes it as a powerful smash, which can also be passed from one person to another with its existence kept from the public to prevent chaos. After training his body to receive a fragment of One For All, labeled as "Super-Power" thanks to a loophole in the registry system, Izuku learns to use twenty percentage of the Quirk's power due to the severe damage it causes his body. He eventually manages to perfect its use in his legs, creating a kick-based fighting style distinct from All Might's punching style. He also begins to develop a mental connection to the previous users of One For All through the Quirk. Izuku compensates for the limitations of One For All with a keen sense of strategy (having written at least thirteen notebooks on other heroes, including his peers) and an instinctive desire to save people. While initially hated being called "Deku", Izuku is inspired by Ochaco's assumption that it was based on the word dekiru (できる, to be able to/to be capable of) to embrace the moniker and ultimately adopts it as his Hero name.
Toshinori Yagi (八木 俊典, Yagi Toshinori) / All Might (オールマイト, Ōru Maito)
Voiced by: Kenta Miyake,[1] Tesshō Genda[1] (Vomic) (Japanese); Christopher R. Sabat[2] (English)
The world's greatest Hero referred by many as the Symbol of Peace (平和の象徴, Heiwa no Shōchō) and Izuku's mentor figure. In truth, initially born Quirkless like Izuku, Toshinori is the eighth holder of the One For All Quirk, which he inherited from his mentor Nana Shimura while attending U.A. High School. He was trained by Gran Torino before traveling abroad to temporarily keep out of sight of All For One after the villain murdered Nana. Toshinori is able to use One For All to assume a muscular appearance akin to American comic book superheroes. Toshinori made a name for himself as All Might with his Quirk known only to the U.A. principal Nezu, the U.A. school nurse Recovery Girl, his friend in the police force; Detective Tsukauchi, and a select few Pro Heroes. Five years before the series, All Might managed to defeat All For One in a battle that severely damaged his body to the point of limiting his use of One For All to three hours. This forces All Might to find a worthy successor to the Quirk while joining the U.A. as a teacher, choosing Izuku upon seeing his bravery and giving him a fragment of One For All while training his body to withstand the strain. Eventually, once his usage of One For All dwindled to a few seconds, Toshinori retires to put his full focus on teaching while finishing Izuku's training.
Katsuki Bakugō (爆豪 勝己, Bakugō Katsuki) / Kacchan (かっちゃん, Katchan)
Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto[3], Yūichirō Umehara (Vomic) (Japanese); Clifford Chapin[2] (English)
Katsuki is Izuku's childhood friend and classmate in Class 1-A, whom Izuku calls Kacchan (かっちゃん). He possesses the Quirk Explosion (爆破, Bakuha), his sweat having the properties of nitroglycerin which he can detonate at will. Having developed his Quirk at a young age, becoming egotistical and a borderline sadist from being praised, Bakugō bullied Izuku for being Quirkless after misunderstanding his attempt to help him up as Izuku looking down on him as someone in need of saving. In the beginning of the series, though many make comments to him that he acts more like a villain, Bakugō has aspirations to become a famous hero like All Might while antagonizing Izuku not to enroll in U.A. While assuming Izuku was hiding his Quirk from him and realizing their classmates are more skilled, he later deduces One For All's existence and promising to keep it to himself. Bakugō eventually stops bullying Izuku to an extent while vowing to surpass him.
Ochaco Uraraka (麗日 お茶子, Uraraka Ochako) / Uravity (ウラビティ, Urabiti)
Voiced by: Ayane Sakura[3] (Japanese); Luci Christian[2] (English)
Ochaco is Izuku's best friend. She has five pads on her fingertips which activate her Quirk, Zero Gravity (無重力(ゼログラビティ), Zero Gurabiti), which allows her to make any object she touches lose their gravitational pull, although she will become nauseous if she uses the ability too much. Similar to Katsuki, she also refers Izuku as "Deku". However, unlike the former, she calls him with his nickname out of affection, commenting that "Deku" gives the vibe of never giving up, and eventually switches to Deku-kun (デクくん), a move that prompted him to accept the name. Coming from a low-middle class family of construction workers, Ochaco aspires to become a hero to give financial security to her parents despite her father's attempts to encourage to find her own path. Ochaco originally meets Izuku prior to U.A.'s entrance exam, after she stops him from falling over when he tripped on his own foot. This caused Izuku to develop a large crush on her (as he had "talked" to a girl), to the point of blushing and stammering every time he is with her. Izuku eventually returns the favor by saving her during the entrance exam. Several others later deduce that Ochaco returns Izuku's feelings, given her anxiety when asked about it. She ultimately decides to put these potential feelings of love away for now. But her feelings resurfaced as she saves Izuku from being absorbed into the black energy created by One for All when he lost Control during their match with Class 1-B.
Tenya Iida (飯田 天哉, Īda Ten'ya) / Ingenium (インゲニウム, Ingeniumu)
Voiced by: Kaito Ishikawa[3] (Japanese); J. Michael Tatum[2] (English)
Tenya is Izuku and Ochaco’s best friend. The president of Class 1-A, a very studious boy who seems serious and scary at first glance, although he is just being honest and strict regarding qualifications to become a hero. During the entrance exam, he repeatedly chastises Izuku for what he perceives as disrespect. However, after he witnesses Izuku selflessly save Ochaco during the exam, he comes to the (false) belief that Izuku deduced the true nature of the exam. Concluding Izuku is better than him, Tenya immediately apologizes for his behavior and befriends him, despite Izuku's repeated attempts to tell him the truth. Tenya eventually becomes the class president after Izuku, who won by vote but was too nervous to hold the position, forfeited it to him. Tenya's Quirk is Engine (エンジン, Enjin), which gives him super-speed via jet engines in his legs. He comes from a well-known family, who have been professional heroes for generations. His older brother in particular, Tensei, who is the original bearer of the name Ingenium, inspired him to become a hero that will make his family proud. Originally using his own name as his Hero name, Tenya inherits his brother's name after Tensei is crippled by Stain and forced to retire.
Shōto Todoroki (轟 焦凍, Todoroki Shōto) / Shōto (ショート, Shōto)
Voiced by: Yūki Kaji[4] (Japanese); David Matranga[2] (English)
A student in Class 1-A. His Quirk is Half-Cold Half-Hot (半冷半燃, Hanrei Hannen), which allows him to generate fire from the left side of his body and ice from the right, though over use of one side would cause him to overheat or become frostbitten respectively. He is considered the strongest student in the class, and was admitted to U.A. on recommendation. He is the youngest child of Endeavor, the second top hero after All Might. However, his father only married his mother for her Quirk, in the hopes that he could sire a child who could exceed All Might, leading to an abuse-ridden childhood as all of his older siblings were unable to meet his expectations. Shōto's mother soon began to resent her son for his resemblance to his father, leading to her burning his left side (which shared Endeavor's coloring) with scalding water. She was then institutionalized for her actions. Shōto intends to become a top hero using only his mother's Quirk of cryokinesis instead of his father's pyrokinesis as his way to disavow the latter. During his fight with Izuku, Shōto finally started to try accepting his Fire Quirk as his own instead of his father's. Afterward, he decided to overcome his inner struggle by meeting his mother, in the hope that they can get through their past together. So far Shōto has used his own name as his Hero name.

Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals[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 is Slide and Glide (滑走, Kassō), allowing him to quickly travel across any flat surface, horizontal or vertical, as long as he touches it with at least three parts of his body. Koichi can also freely increase his speed, though the potential for injury meant he always stays at the speed of a normal bike. He admits to somewhat loathing his Quirk, since its lack of combat application, combined with the fact that he can't slow down when it is in use made it impossible for him to become a professional hero. He eventually begins to train with the help of his fellow vigilantes, allowing him to eventually learn how to control his speed. He has the habit of secretly donning an All Might-themed parka to cover his face and perform ordinary good actions like finding missing objects, helping senior citizens to cross streets or guide lost people across town, until he joins Pop☆Step and Knuckleduster in their effort to stop the Quirk-enhancing drug dealers.
Kazuho Haneyama (羽根山 和歩, Haneyama Kazuho) / Pop☆Step (ポップ☆ステップ, Poppu☆Suteppu)
A high schooler who, secretly, acts as a clandestine idol, holding unauthorized concerts on high places, using her Quirk Leap (跳躍, Chōyaku), which allows her to jump several meters high, to evade the police.
Oguro (雄黒) / "Takeshi Kuroiwa" (黒岩 武司, Kuroiwa Takeshi) / Knuckleduster (ナックルダスター, Nakkurudasutā)
A strong old man who is investigating the trafficking of a mysterious drug around town. His tenacity in battle makes others think he possesses a Quirk related to physical prowess, when he actually has no Quirk at all. He introduces himself as "Takeshi Kuroiwa" to civilians in Koichi's social circle, but this too is an alias. His mission is motivated by the search for his estranged daughter, Tamao, whose disappearance may be connected to the drug "Trigger".

U.A. High School[edit]

The main setting of the series, U.A. High School is considered by many the top hero school in Japan.

Class 1-A students[edit]

Yūga Aoyama (青山 優雅, Aoyama Yūga) / Can't Stop Twinkling (輝きヒーロー キラキラが止められないよ, Kagayaki Hīrō Kirakira ga Tomerarenaiyo, Sparkling Hero "I cannot stop twinkling.")
Voiced by: Kōsuke Kuwano[4] (Japanese); Joel McDonald[2] (English)
Yūga is another boy in Class 1-A, supposedly born in France. He is always seen smiling and is incredibly vain and eccentric, often talking about how much luster he has, much to others' chagrin. His Quirk is Navel Laser (ネビルレーザー, Nebiru Rēzā), which allows him to fire a laser blast from his belly button, but he cannot shoot it for longer than a few seconds or it will result in bowel problems. He wears a specialized belt when using his power to help regulate the laser, while his hero costume allows him to fire the laser from different parts of his body utilizing the same mechanism of his belt's focusing lens.
Tsuyu Asui (蛙吹 梅雨, Asui Tsuyu) / Froppy (梅雨入りヒーロー フロッピー, Tsuyuiri Hīrō Furoppi, Rainy Season Hero "Froppy")
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki[3] (Japanese); Monica Rial[2] (English)
A girl in Class 1-A. Her Quirk Frog (, Kaeru) gives her a frog-like appearance and abilities such as superior swimming, a tongue that can stretch 20 meters, sticking to and climbing vertical walls, superhuman leaping, natural camouflage, and numbing venom. She is susceptible to cold and can begin hibernating if her body temperature falls too low. She has a reserved and informed personality, but she is insightful, intelligent, and ready to protect the innocent. She is also sharp, being the first one in the class to notice the similarity between Izuku and All Might's Quirk, which briefly panicked Izuku. On the other hand, she is honest to a fault, outright admitting that she always speaks her mind, no matter how hurtful it may be.
Momo Yaoyorozu (八百万 百, Yaoyorozu Momo) / Creati (万物ヒーロー クリエイティ, Banbutsu Hīrō Kurieiti, Everything Hero "Creati")
Voiced by: Marina Inoue[3] (Japanese); Colleen Clinkenbeard[2] (English)
The vice president of Class 1-A, elected with one less vote than Izuku. Her Quirk is Creation (創造, Sōzō), possessing the ability to create any non-biological object she can conceive as long as she knows its molecular composition. She creates the objects from the lipids stored in her body but has a limit of she can make and must refuel via eating a large amount of food to make more objects. Being incredibly intelligent, she is one of the top students in the class, having entered U.A. by recommendation, although she has self-esteem issues due to a feeling of never being able to prove her own worth.
Mezō Shōji (障子 目蔵, Shōji Mezō) / Tentacole (触手ヒーロー テンタコル, Shokushu Hīrō Tentakoru, Tentacle Hero "Tentacole")
Voiced by: Masakazu Nishida[4] (Japanese); Ian Sinclair[2] (English)
One of the tallest students in Class 1-A. Shōji has four extra, webbed tentacles growing from his shoulders. His Quirk Dupli-Arms (複製腕, Fukuseiwan) allows him to grow individual body organs at the tips of these tentacles. He has so far shown to grow eyes, ears, hands, and mouths. Despite his intimidating appearance, he is actually very kind-hearted, always keeping calm in even the most dire situations.
Eijirō Kirishima (切島 鋭児郎, Kirishima Eijirō) / Red Riot (剛健ヒーロー レッドライオット, Gōken Hīrō Reddo Raiotto, Sturdy Hero "Red Riot")
Voiced by: Toshiki Masuda[5] (Japanese); Justin Cook[2] (English)
A student in Class 1-A whose Quirk Hardening (硬化, Kōka) allows him to harden his body to become nearly invulnerable. His Hero name is inspired by another hero, Crimson Riot, whom he admires.
Mina Ashido (芦戸 三奈, Ashido Mina) / Pinky (ピンキー, Pinkī)
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura[4] (Japanese); Caitlin Glass[2] (English)
An optimistic and easily excitable student in Class 1-A with pink hair and lilac skin. Her Quirk Acid (, San) allows her to excrete an acidic fluid from her body, as well as controlling its corrosive strength and stickiness. She initially chose Alien Queen (リドリーヒーロー エイリアンクイーン, Ridorī Hīrō Eirian Kuīn, Ridley Hero "Alien Queen") as her Hero name, but changed to her current one after the whole class compared the first choice to the xenomorph.
Tōru Hagakure (葉隠 透, Hagakure Tōru) / Invisible Girl (ステルスヒーロー インビジブルガール, Suterusu Hīrō Inbijiburu Gāru, Stealth Hero "Invisible Girl")
Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka[6] (Japanese); Felecia Angelle[2] (English)
A student in Class 1-A with the Quirk Invisibility (透明化, Tōmeika), which makes her entire body invisible. She also has light refraction abilities that are not fully explained. Her hero costume is a simple pair of gloves and boots, allowing her to walk around nude to fully utilize her Quirk.
Kyōka Jirō (耳郎 響香, Jirō Kyōka) / Earphone Jack (ヒアヒーロー イヤホンジャック, Hia Hīrō Iyahon Jakku, Hearing Hero "Earphone Jack")
Voiced by: Kei Shindō[4] (Japanese); Trina Nishimura[2] (English)
An aloof, cool-headed girl in Class 1-A who has extremely long earlobes due to her Quirk Earphone Jack (イヤホンジャック, Iyahon Jakku), which allows her to plug her retractable jack-shaped earlobes into objects to listen to sounds or to transmit the sound of her own heartbeat capable of reaching explosive levels.
Minoru Mineta (峰田 実, Mineta Minoru) / Grape Juice (モギタテヒーロー グレープジュース, Mogitate Hīrō Gurēpu Jūsu, Fresh-Picked Hero "Grape Juice")
Voiced by: Ryō Hirohashi[3] (Japanese); Brina Palencia[2] (English)
The shortest student in Class 1-A, he is a perverted boy who frequently makes lewd remarks and off-color jokes, especially regarding the female students in his class. Mineta possesses Pop Off (もぎもぎ, Mogimogi), a Quirk that grows many small, highly adhesive balls he can pluck from his head. Mineta himself is immune to their adhesive effects and able to trampoline on them as they are also extremely elastic. However, picking off too many at a time can cause his scalp to bleed.
Denki Kaminari (上鳴 電気, Kaminari Denki) / Chargebolt (スタンガンヒーロー チャージズマ, Sutan Gan Hīrō Chājizuma, Stun Gun Hero "Chargebolt")
Voiced by: Tasuku Hatanaka[5] (Japanese); Kyle Phillips[2] (English)
A student in Class 1-A. A dim-witted playboy whose Quirk Electrification (帯電, Taiden) allows him to absorb and emit electricity. While this Quirk is powerful in its nature, overuse causes his synapses to short circuit, causing him to walk around in a stupor giving thumbs-up and saying "Yaay".
Fumikage Tokoyami (常闇 踏陰, Tokoyami Fumikage) / Tsukuyomi (漆黒ヒーロー ツクヨミ, Shikkoku Hīrō Tsukuyomi, Jet-Black Hero "Tsukuyomi")
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya[3] (Japanese); Josh Grelle[2] (English)
A very serious-minded student in 1-A whose head resembles that of a crow. His Quirk, Dark Shadow (黒影(ダークシャドウ), Dāku Shadō), gives him control of a sentient shadow that has a variety of uses, from attacking to defense to support. Within a dark environment, his shadow becomes more powerful but harder to control; in a brightly lit environment, better control comes at a loss of power.
Mashirao Ojiro (尾白 猿夫, Ojiro Mashirao) / Tailman (武闘ヒーロー テイルマン, Butō Hīrō Teiruman, Martial Arts Hero "Tailman")
Voiced by: Kosuke Miyoshi[6] (Japanese); Mike McFarland[2] (English)
A mild-mannered student whose most defining trait is his Quirk Tail (尻尾, Shippo), a strong yet sturdy part of his body which he can combine with martial arts in battle.
Hanta Sero (瀬呂 繁太, Sero Hanta) / Cellophane (テーピンヒーロー セロファン, Tēpin Hīrō Serofan, Taping Hero "Cellophane")
Voiced by: Kiyotaka Furushima[6] (Japanese); Christopher Bevins[2] (English)
Another student in 1-A, he is an energetic, down-on-his-luck boy with a rather plain-looking face. His Quirk, Tape (テープ, Tēpu), allows him to shoot incredibly strong cellophane tape from his tape dispenser-like elbows.
Kōji Kōda (口田 甲司, Kōda Kōji) / Anima (ふれあいヒーロー アニマ, Fureai Hīrō Anima, Petting Hero "Anima")
Voiced by: Takuma Nagatsuka (Japanese); Greg Ayres (English)
An extremely shy student whose head resembles a rock. His Quirk, Anivoice (生き物ボイス, Ikimono Boisu), allows him to communicate with animals. Unfortunately however, he has an intense fear of insects.
Rikidō Satō (砂藤 力道, Satō Rikidō) / Sugarman (甘味ヒーロー シュガーマン, Kanmi Hīrō Shugā Man, Sweets Hero "Sugarman")
Voiced by: Tōru Nara[6] (Japanese); Cris George[2] (English)
A very muscular student with large lips and black, spiky hair. His Quirk, Sugar Rush (シュガードープ, Shugā Dōpu) gives him five times his normal strength by consuming 10g of sugar, but at the same time his brain functions gradually degrade. Later on in the series, he is shown to be an excellent baker, and instantly becomes popular with the girls of 1-A after they try his chifon cake.

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)
An intelligent, but unstable student who is envious of Class 1-A's popularity and is determined to outclass them in any way possible. His Quirk, Copy (コピー, Kopi), allows him to use any Quirk from someone he touches for five minutes, although he can only use 1 Quirk at a time.
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 Class President of Class 1-B. She is a girl with a strong sense of justice. Her Quirk, Large Fists (大拳, Daiken), allows Itsuka to enlarge her fists and use them for both attack, defense, or to carry large weights.
Ibara Shiozaki (塩崎 茨, Shiozaki Ibara) / Vine (Vaīn)
Voiced by: Miho Masaka (Japanese); Bryn Apprill (English)
A courteous, modest girl who likes to fight fair and square and dislikes deception. Her Quirk, Vines (ツル, Tsuru), allows Ibara to grow vines from her hair that she can extend and use in combat. When her hair gets cut, she can regrow it by soaking her scalp with water and bathing in sunlight, similar to an actual plant. Previously, she went by the Hero name Maria (マリア, Maria).
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 hot headed student with a sort of rivalry with Eijiro, who has a similar power to his, but becomes friends with him during the sports festival. His Quirk, Steel (スティール, Sutīru), allows Tetsutetsu to make his skin strong as steel, becoming nearly invulnerable while strengthening his attacks. The drawback is that Tetsutetsu needs to maintain the iron levels in his body or else his steel weakens.
Juzo Honenuki (骨抜 柔造, Honenuki Jūzō) / Mudman (マッドマン, Maddoman)
Voiced by: Atsushi Imaruoka (Japanese); Dallas Reid (English)
A student who hates losing. One of the two recommendation students of class B. His Quirk Softening (柔化, Yawaraka) enables him to soften things that he touches, turning them into a semi-liquid form. What is softened can be reverted to its original state at any time, easily trapping anything that is currently inside. However, Juzo cannot soften living beings.
Nirengeki Shoda (庄田 二連撃, Shōda Nirengeki)
Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi (Japanese); Dallas Reid (English)
A chubby and humble student. His 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 that is several times stronger than the first.
Yosetsu Awase (泡瀬 洋雪, Awase Yōsetsu)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Japanese); Orion Pitts (English)
A tense and foul-mouthed student. His Quirk Weld (溶接, Yōsetsu) allows him to merge things both organic and inorganic at an atomic level. He can also fuse his own body parts with that of other people, facilitating their transport in case they become unable to move. He can also reverse his own Quirk, undoing any previous welds and his Quirk will not work unless he touches both objects so that they can be welded together.
Kosei Tsuburaba (円場 硬成, Tsuburaba Kōsei)
Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama (Japanese); Aaron Dismuke (English)
A snarky student with large oval-shaped eyes. His Quirk Solid Air (空気凝固, Kūkigyōko) enables him to solidify air into a wall or platform depending on his lung capacity.
Sen Kaibara (回原 旋, Kaibara Sen) / Spiral (スパイラル, Supairaru)
Voiced by: Tomoaki Maeno (Japanese); Matt Shipman (English)
A rather plain-looking student who is typically seen frowning. His Quirk Gyrate (旋回, Senkai) allows him to rotate any part of his body at incredibly high speeds, similarly to a drill, drastically increasing his offensive capability.
Kojiro Bondo (凡戸 固次郎, Bondo Kojirō)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya (Japanese); Tyler Walker (English)
A large and muscular student with a glue dispenser-shaped head that has seven "eyeholes". In addition to his enhanced strength that comes with his large size, his Quirk Cemedine (セメダイン, Semedain) enables him to emit glue-like liquid from his "eyeholes" to trap people. He can also adjust the speed at which it dries.
Reiko Yanagi (柳 レイ子, Yanagi Reiko)
Voiced by: Tsubasa Yonaga (Japanese); Ryan Reynolds II (English)
A quiet and emotionless student whose posture is similar to zombies, ghosts, and other undead creatures. Her Quirk Poltergeist (ポルターガイスト, Porutāgaisuto) grants her the ability to telekinetically manipulate objects around her. However, she can only manipulate objects that are about as heavy as a person.
Jurota Shishida (宍田 獣郎太, Shishida Jūrōta) / Gevaudan (ジェボーダン, Jebōdan)
Voiced by: Kazuhiko Inoue (Japanese); Patric Carroll (English)
A hairy animalistic student. His Quirk Beast (ビースト, Bīsuto) grants him the ability to transform into a monstrous beast, enhancing his size, strength and senses.
Shihai Kuroiro (黒色 支配, Kuroiro Shihai) / Vantablack (陰謀ヒーロー ベンタブラック, Inbō Hīrō Bentaburakku, Scheming Hero "Vantablack")
Voiced by: Tomokazu Sugita (Japanese); Kaiji Tang (English)
A tall student with pitch-black skin and an edgy expression. His Quirk Black (, Kuro) grants him the ability to merge into anything that is black-colored and control it to an extent. He can merge with any object that's dark-colored by nature or due to external conditions, such as shadows. If a shadow he is merged with is dispelled by a light source, he is forcibly ejected from it.
Yui Kodai (小大 唯, Kodai Yui)
Voiced by: Yurianne Eve (Japanese); Madeleine Morris (English)
A quiet young student who rarely expresses emotion. Her Quirk Size (サイズ, Saizu) enables her to change the size of any object she interacts with. She can only activate her Quirk by pressing five of her fingertips together. Yui is implied to be close to Itsuka.
Hiryu Rin (鱗 飛竜, Rin Hiryū) / Dragon Shroud (龍帷子, Ryū Katabira)
Voiced by: Kosuke Kuwano (Japanese); Anthony Bowling (English)
A cooperative student. His Quirk Scales (, Uroko) enables him to form scales on his body for combat and other purposes. So far, Hiryu has only been seen forming scales on his arms. Rin is one of two foreign students in the class, confirmed to be from China. Hiryu's name can also be read as "Lin Fei-long" in Chinese.
Kinoko Komori (小森 希乃子, Komori Kinoko) / Shemage (シーメイジ, Shīmeiji)
Voiced by: Inori Minase (Japanese); Amanda Gish (English)
A short student whose blunt bangs cover her eyes and most of her face. Her 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 including her own body as well as the bodies of her opponents. Supposedly, they disappear after a few hours.
Togaru Kamakiri (鎌切 尖, Kamakiri Togaru)
Voiced by: Daisuke Kishio (Japanese); Jean-Luc Hester (English)
A tall, rather aggressive student with a green mohawk and mandible-like blades on his head. His 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)
Voiced by: Kaede Hondo (Japanese); Sarah Wiedenheft (English)
A timid wavy-haired student with horns and hindquarters resembling that of a pony's. In addition, she can run fast on all fours like a horse and can carry people on her back. Her Quirk Horn Cannon (角砲 (ホーンホウ), Hōnhou) allows her to effectively "fire off" her horns and control them. She can detach and control up to four horns simultaneously. Pony is one of two foreign students in the class, confirmed to be from the United States.
Setsuna Tokage (取蔭 切奈, Tokage Setsuna)
Voiced by: Hitomi Nabatame (Japanese); Dawn M. Bennett (English)
A chatty and confident student with sharp teeth, who as been described as extremely provocative. One of the recommendation students of class B. Her 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. She is able to split her body parts into approximately 50 pieces depending on their size and length. However, the pieces of her body will cease to function if separated from her body for too long and will take a moment to regenerate.
Manga Fukidashi (吹出 漫我, Fukidashi Manga) / Comicman (コミックマン, Komikkuman)
Voiced by: Shun'ichi Toki (Japanese); Derek Stephen Prince (English)
A short, expressive student with a speech bubble for a head. His Quirk Comic (コミック, Komikku) allows him to manifest different onomatopoeias into reality in the form of katakana. The onomatopoeia has different effects depending on the word materialized, such as the onomatopoeia for "humid" making the surrounding environment more humid.

Third Year students[edit]

Mirio Togata (通形 ミリオ, Tōgata Mirio) / Lemillion (ルミリオン, Rumirion)
Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki[7] (Japanese); Ricco Fajardo[8] (English)
Mirio is one of the three top students in U.A. and Sir Nighteye's protégé. He was the most likely to receive "One For All" from All Might until he decided to pass it to Izuku instead. His Quirk Permeation (透過, Tōka) allows him to phase his body through anything solid or liquid, including the ground itself, allowing him to travel through walls and avoid enemy attacks. However, this only applies to his body, leaving him nude when he uses it. To prevent that during action, his hero uniform is made with fibers taken from his hair. He would later lose his Quirk due to the effects of Quirk-destroying bullets used by the Eight Precepts of Death during a fight, but remains as a student at U.A. to help take care of Eri.
Nejire Hado (波動 ねじれ, Hadō Nejire)
Voiced by: Kiyono Yasuno[7] (Japanese); Lindsay Seidel[8] (English)
Nejire is one of the three top students in U.A. with a curious and talkative personality. She can generate spiral-like shockwaves with her Quirk Wave Motion (波動, Hadō), which can be used for attacking or movement.
Tamaki Amajiki (天喰 環, Amajiki Tamaki) / Suneater (サンイーター, San'ītā)
Voiced by: Yūto Uemura[7] (Japanese); Aaron Dismuke[8] (English)
Tamaki is one of the three top students in U.A. He seems to be rather socially awkward, as well as lack much confidence in his own abilities and has low self-esteem. Despite that, he still can show his conviction when duty calls. His Quirk Manifest (再現, Saigen) gives them the properties and abilities of anything he eats, from animals to rocks, as long as he can consume them. The drawback is that anything he wishes to manifest must currently be in his digestive system.

Other students[edit]

Mei Hatsume (発目 明, Hatsume Mei)
Voiced by: Azu Sakura (Japanese); Alexis Tipton (English)
Mei is a student from the Support Course who invents her own hero gadgets and will do anything to make her inventions known (so a Support Company will hire her), such as making students wear them during the Sports Festival to promote their features. Her Quirk is Zoom (ズーム, Zūmu), which allows her to zoom her vision to up to 5 kilometers if she's serious.
Hitoshi Shinso (心操 人使, Shinsō Hitoshi)
Voiced by: Wataru Hatano (Japanese); Jarrod Greene (English)
Hitoshi is a student from the General Course. His Quirk is Brainwashing (洗脳, Sen'nō), which allows him to control those who answer his questions and can only be broken when the victim receives some form of physical contact (such as being shoved by other people or hurting themselves). He is often seen as "someone who fits as Villain more" because of the nature of his ability, but he is determined to become a hero despite this. His Quirk is powerful, however, because UA Academy's entrance exam for the Hero Course is based on raw physical strength, he applied to the General Course instead. After earning praise for his achievements in the Sports Festival, Eraser Head takes Hitoshi under his wing and prepares him for possible transfer to the Hero Course.


Nezu (根津, Nezu)
Voiced by: Yasuhiro Takato (Japanese); Jerry Jewell (English)
The principal of U.A., one of a few rare non-human animals to develop a Quirk. His Quirk is High Spec (ハイスペック, Hai Supekku), which allows him to have anthropomorphic abilities and extreme intelligence. He is also aware of All Might's secret and has hobbies of lecturing and drinking tea. He also has a sadistic side due to being forced to undergo painful experiments for an unspecified amount of time in his past. A running gag is that he'll often poke fun at the fact that it's unclear what kind of animal he is (dog, mouse, or a bear).
Shōta Aizawa (相澤 消太, Aizawa Shōta) / Eraser Head (イレイザーヘッド, Ireizā Heddo)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe[9] (Japanese); Alex Organ (Season 1), Christopher Wehkamp[10] (Season 2–present) (English)
The homeroom teacher for Class 1-A. He always seems to look exhausted but hates to waste time. His Quirk Erasure (抹消, Masshō) nullifies others' Quirks so long as they remain in his line of sight. If he blinks, his Quirk deactivates. In combat situations, he wears goggles as a way to prevent enemies from seeing his line of sight. Continued use of his Quirk gives him dry eye. As a result of the injuries he received during the first U.A. invasion by villains, he now has a scar under his right eye.
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[9] (Japanese); Sonny Strait[2] (Season 1), Dave Trosko (Season 2–present) (English)
The school's English teacher whose Quirk Voice (ヴォイス, Voisu) amplifies his voice. He first appears at the entrance ceremony to introduce the new students to the school and also works as a radio host.
Sekijiro Kan (管 赤慈郎, Kan Sekijirō) / Vlad King (ブラッドヒーロー ブラドキング, Buraddo Hīrō Buradokingu, Blood Hero "Vlad King")
Voiced by: Shuhei Matsuda (Japanese); Ben Bryant (English)
The homeroom teacher for Class 1-B. He has a caring attitude towards his students, is willing to go out of his way to protect them, and encourages them to do their absolute best. Sekijiro also views Class 1-A as rivals, but also values their growth and safety. He often uses them as inspiration and motivation to his own class to reach greater and greater goals. When danger strikes, Sekijiro is quick to react, using his Quirk Blood Control (操血, Sōketsu) effectively as a method of entrapping an enemy.
Chiyo Shuuzenji (修善寺 治与, Shūzenji Chiyo) / Recovery Girl (妙齢ヒロイン リカバリーガール, Myōrei Hiroin Rikabarī Gāru, Youthful Heroine "Recovery Girl")
Voiced by: Etsuko Kozakura (Japanese); Juli Erickson,[2] Luci Christian (Season 2–present) (English)
The school nurse and nursing teacher who is a petite old woman. She gives students candy to get better. Her Quirk is Heal (回復, Kaifuku), allowing her to heal others' injuries by kissing them. However, her Quirk merely stimulates one's healing using their own stamina, leaving her patients exhausted afterwards, sometimes fatally. Additionally, if she becomes too exhausted, it overrides her ability to prevent her own death.
Thirteen (スペースヒーロ 13号, Supēsu Hīrō Jū-san Gō, Space Hero "Thirteen")
Voiced by: Inuko Inuyama (Japanese); Morgan Berry[2] (English)
A space hero who is an expert at disaster relief. Their Quirk Black Hole (ブラックホール, Burakku Hōru) summons a black hole with their fingers that turns anything it sucks in into dust. Thirteen is Ochaco's role model hero.
Ken Ishiyama (石山 堅, Ishiyama Ken) / Cementoss (セメントス, Sementosu)
Voiced by: Kenta Okuma (Japanese); Chris Rager (English)
A hero who resembles a stone block that teaches modern literature. His Quirk Cement (セメント, Semento) allows him to control concrete. He served as a referee for the U.A. sports festival finals.
Nemuri Kayama (香山 睡, Kayama Nemuri) / Midnight (18禁ヒーロー ミッドナイト, Jū-hachi-kin Hīrō Middonaito, 18+ Only Hero "Midnight")
Voiced by: Akeno Watanabe (Japanese); Elizabeth Maxwell[11] (English)
A heroine who resembles a dominatrix and is an "R-Rated Hero" who teaches modern hero art history. She appears as a referee at the sports festival. Her Quirk Somnambulist (眠り香, Nemurika) allows her to produce a scent that makes people fall asleep, and is more effective on men rather than women. The drawback is that it requires exposed skin to use.
Ectoplasm (エクトプラズム, Ekutopurazumu)
Voiced by: Masakazu Nishida (Japanese); Mike McFarland (English)
A hero with a supernatural theme, Ectoplasm is U.A. High School's math teacher. He also uses a prosthetic leg after having lost it in a fight with a Villain. His Quirk Clones (分身, Bunshin) allows him to spew out ectoplasm from his massive mouth that can form into a clone of himself.
Snipe (スナイプ, Sunaipu)
Voiced by: Tōru Nara (Japanese); David Wald (English)
A hero who resembles a cowboy. His Quirk Homing (ホーミング, Hōmingu) allows him to alter the trajectory of his bullets.
Higari Maijima (埋島 干狩, Maijima Higari) / Power Loader (掘削ヒーロー パワーローダー, Kussaku Hīrō Pawārōdā, Excavation Hero "Power Loader")
Voiced by: Yō Kitazawa (Japanese); David Wilson-Brown (English)
A rather small man with large hands and a helmet. Higari runs U.A.'s Costume Development Studio where he is a license developer and has the knowledge of creating, upgrading, and maintaining hero costumes. His Quirk Iron Claws (鉄爪, Tessō) gives him claws at the tip of his hands that enable him to dig underground.

Hero Association[edit]

The Hero Association is an organization of Heroes who go around to protect citizens from Villains, natural disasters, and other threats to humanity.

Top Heroes[edit]

Heroes judged by the Association to be overall the best, based on the number of incidents resolved, the level of contribution to society, and the national approval rating over any given year, information which is then compiled into the Hero Billboard Chart JP. All Might had been the number one hero on the chart, until his retirement.

Enji Todoroki (轟 炎司, Todoroki Enji) / Endeavor (フレイムヒーロー エンデヴァー, Fureimu Hīrō Endevā, Flame Hero "Endeavor")
Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (Japanese); Patrick Seitz (English)
A Hero with immense flame powers from his Quirk Hell Flame (ヘルフレイム, Herufureimu) who is a legend at U.A. High School. His crime-stopping record has never been surpassed, but despite that, he is considered only the second among all heroes. He raised his son, Shōto Todoroki, with the sole purpose of making him a hero to surpass All Might, going so far as choosing to marry Shōto's mother only because of her Quirk in order to have his child inherit her powers as well. He constantly pushed his son to train to become stronger ever since he was 5 years old, and even sent his own wife to a mental hospital after she injured Shōto out of fear of Endeavor's influence, leading Shōto to hate him. After All Might's retirement, Endeavor assumes his place as the top hero in the country, working hard to live up to his legacy while trying to make amends with his family.
Hawks (ウィングヒーロー ホークス, Uingu Hīrō Hōkusu, Winged Hero "Hawks")
A carefree and talkative Pro Hero who assumes Endeavor's place as the second best hero in the country after All Might's retirement. His Quirk is Fierce Wings (剛翼, Gōyoku), which grants him a pair of red feathered wings that allow him to fly. In addition, Hawks can detach his feathers to perform individual tasks and reattach them afterwards. New feathers also grow from his wings to replace destroyed ones. He infiltrates the League of Villains as a double agent on behalf of the Hero Association. He also hires Fumikage for his internship not only due to their powers being similar, but also to help him attain his full potential.
Tsunagu Hakamada (袴田 維, Hakamada Tsunagu) / Best Jeanist (ファイバーヒーロー ベストジー二スト, Faibā Hīrō Besuto Jīnisuto, Fiber Hero "Best Jeanist")
Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa[12] (Japanese); Micah Solusod (English)
An alumnus of U.A. High School who has the Quirk Fiber Master (ファイバーマスター, Faibā Masutā), allowing him to control the fibers in clothes. Despite the outlandish nature of his Quirk, he is considered the world's fourth greatest hero and is Katsuki's workplace mentor. Following his involvement and injury during the events at Kamino Ward, he is on leave from active duty, and yet managed to raise up to the third rank of the Hero Chart.
Shinya Kamihara ((紙原 伸也, Kamihara Shinya)) / Edgeshot ((忍者ヒーロー エッジショット, Ninja Hīrō Ejjishotto, Ninja Hero "Edgeshot")
Voiced by: Kenta Kamakari (Japanese); John Burgmeier (English)
A ninja-themed hero whose Quirk Foldabody (紙肢, Shishi) enables him to manipulate the thinness of his body, stretch his limbs, and transform faster than the speed of sound. He participates in the raid to save Bakugo from the League of Villains, and later assists All Might in his fight against All for One. For those actions, he raises in the chart from his former number 5 position to his current number 4. He offers Kamui Woods and Mount Lady places in his agency.
Shinji Nishiya (西屋 森児, Nishiya Shinji) / Kamui Woods (シンリンカムイ, Shinrin Kamui)
Voiced by: Masamichi Kitada[13] (Japanese); Aaron Roberts (English)
A Hero who appears in the first chapter whose Quirk Arbor (樹木, Jumoku) gives him the ability to manipulate his tree-like limbs. Kamui Woods is partnered with Mt. Lady. He is rising in popularity in the world, currently sitting at number 7 on the Hero Chart, and even has his own Pez dispenser. He was present during the raid on the League of Villains' Hideout in Kamino Ward, using his Quirk to restrain the villains and later rescue others from the rubble of the following battle.
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 tall well-built man with killer whale features who is the former No. 10 Hero. As Gang Orca tends to dry out, he carries a water bottle to soak himself. His Quirk Orcinus (シャチ, Shachi) gives him the abilities of a killer whale which he can use in the water or land. He provides assistance during the events at Kamino Ward, and later appears as a faux-villain to test students during the provisional license exam.

Local Musutafu Heroes[edit]

Yu Takeyama (岳山 優, Takeyama Yū) / Mt. Lady (Mt.レディ, Maunto Redi)
Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka[13] (Japanese); Jamie Marchi (English)
A Heroine whose Quirk Gigantification (巨大化, Kyodaika) allows her to grow from her height of 162 centimeters (5 ft 4 in) to 2,062 centimeters (67 ft 8 in), but her fights with Villains often cause a lot of collateral damage and her size prevents her from fighting in closed spaces. She also tends to make provocative poses to attract the media's attention. Mt. Lady was originally conceived by Kōhei Horikoshi to be the female lead.
Death Arms (デステゴロ, Desutegoro)
Voiced by: Shinnosuke Ogami (Japanese); Cris George (English)
A Hero whose Quirk grants him superhuman strength. He hires Kyoka for her internship.

Wild Wild Pussycats[edit]

A group of best friends and former U.A. classmates who chose to work together post-graduation. They specialize in mountain rescue, and conjointly own a large piece of land where the first-year U.A. students go during their week of summer training camp.

Shino Sosaki (送崎 信乃, Sōsaki Shino) / Mandalay (マンダレイ, Mandarei)
Voiced by: Chisa Suganuma (Japanese); Jill Harris[14] (English)
A cousin of the married pro-hero team Water Hose, now deceased, and the guardian of their son Kota. Her Quirk is Telepath (テレパス, Terepasu), which allows her to advise and instruct multiple people at once through mental transmission. However, the people she talks to cannot reply to her.
Tomoko Shiretoko (知床 知子, Shiretoko Tomoko) / Ragdoll (ラグドール, Ragudōru)
Voiced by: Meiko Kawasaki (Japanese); Tia Ballard (English)
Her Quirk is Search (サーチ, Sāchi), which allows her to observe and monitor up to 100 people at a time, including their location and weak points. However, after the Hideout Raid arc, her Quirk is stolen by All For One. Despite not being able to perform as a hero anymore, she remains a part of the team, now taking care of the office duties.
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[15] (English)
Memorable for being touchy about her age and her desire to meet someone and start a family. Her Quirk is Earth Flow (土流, Doryū), which allows her to freely manipulate the Earth for a variety of effects.
Yawara Chatora (茶虎 柔, Chatora Yawara) / Tiger (, Tora)
Voiced by: Shinosuke Ogami (Japanese); Marcus Stimac (English)
The only male member of the Pussycats. His Quirk is Pliabody (軟体, Nantai), which allows him to stretch and flatten his body.

Former users of One For All[edit]

All For One's Brother
All For One's little brother, having a strong sense of justice despite being initially frail and sickly while saddened by the life choices his brother made to use his Quirk for evil. Assumed to have been born without a Quirk, All For One transferred a strength-stockpiling Quirk into his brother's body out of mercy. But All For One learned his brother possessed a transference Quirk similar to his own which assimilated the added Quirk to become the unique Quirk known as One For All. But All For One overpowered his brother, forcing him to resign himself in having the Quirk be passed on to future generations in the hopes that the Quirk's evolution through his successors would make the current holder strong enough to finally defeat All For One. Though All For One's brother died long before Izuku's time, the nature of One For All allowed him to recognize his successors while giving Izuku a glimpse of how their Quirk came into existence.
Nana Shimura (志村 菜奈, Shimura Nana)
Voiced by: Mie Sonozaki (Japanese); Stephanie Young (English)
The seventh wielder of One For All, she was Yagi's mentor who trained him to inherit One For All which he used to assume the identity of All Might. She was good friends with Gran Torino. After Shimura's husband died while on duty, she placed her only son in an orphanage for his safety prior to her death at the hands of All For One. Shimura's son became the father of Tenko Shimura, whom All For One took under his wing as Tomura Shigaraki to serve both his successor and to place All Might in a compromising position.

Other Heroes[edit]

Tensei Iida (飯田 天晴, Iida Tensei) / Ingenium (インゲニウム, Ingeniumu)
Voiced by: Masamichi Kitada (Japanese); Phil Parsons (English)
Tenya's older brother, entrusting his Hero title to brother after a forced retirement as the result of being crippled by Stain. He shares the Quirk Engine (エンジン, Enjin) with his younger brother, with the exception of the engines being located in his elbows as opposed to his calves.
Sorahiko (空彦, Sorahiko) / Gran Torino (グラントリノ, Guran Torino)
Voiced by: Kenichi Ogata (Japanese); Charles C. Campbell (English)
A retired hero whose Quirk Jet (ジェット, Jetto) allows him to shoot air through the soles of his feet enhance his jumps and speed. As one of All Might's oldest friends, Torino was his homeroom teacher during his pupil's days as a U.A. student and helped him finish his training to use One For All following Nana Shimura's death. Torino's intense training traumatized All Might as he subconsciously attempted to forget him before learning his mentor recommended himself as Izuku's workplace mentor to help in the youth's training. Elements of Sorahiko's character are based on Yoda with Kohei Horikoshi stating that the character emits a "Dagobah" feeling, a reference to the planet that Yoda is found on in the original Star Wars trilogy.[16]
Sir Nighteye (サーナイトアイ, Sā Naitoai)
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki (Japanese); Brandon McInnis (English)
A Pro-Hero former sidekick to All Might, Sir Nighteye was also Mirio Togata's mentor and hired Izuku for his internship. Nighteye's Quirk Foresight (予知, Yochi), which he can only use once a day, allows him to see a person's future with 100% accuracy. While Nighteye was a big fan of All Might like Izuku, he parted ways with All Might on bad terms due to their strained relationship. Nighteye is mortally wounded during the raid at the Eight Precepts' Headquarters, but dies content that Izuku managed to change his foresight once, averting his own death with the others' help.
Taishiro Toyomitsu (豊満 太志郎, Toyomitsu Taishirō) / Fat Gum (BMIビーエムアイヒーロー ファットガム, Bīemuai Hīrō Fatto Gamu, BMI Hero "Fat Gum")
A Pro Hero who employed Tamaki Amajiki and Eijiro Kirishima for their internships. His Quirk is called Fat Absorption (脂肪吸着, Shibō Kyūchaku). Taishiro's obese body can adhere to anything and force objects to sink into him. His fat can also store kinetic energy, which he can convert into muscle at the cost of his fat. He participates in the raid at the Eight Precept's Headquarters.

Other High Schools[edit]

Shiketsu High School[edit]

Shiketsu High School (士傑高校, Shiketsu Kōkō) is the top hero school in western Japan, rivaling in prestige with eastern Japan's U.A.

Inasa Yoarashi (夜嵐 イナサ, Yoarashi Inasa) / Gale Force (レップウ, Reppu)
Voiced by: Ryōta Iwasaki[17] (Japanese); Matt Shipman[18] (English)
A first year student with an energetic and enthusiastic demeanor. His Quirk Whirlwind (旋風, Senpū) allows him to control the wind, from slowly levitating objects to striking enemies with razor sharp gusts. During the provisional license exam, he gets into a dispute with Shōto due to a misunderstanding the two had in the past, resulting in both of them failing. Later, during the remedial exam, Inasa attempts to become better friends with Shōto.
Camie Utsushimi (現見 ケミィ, Utsushimi Kemii)
Voiced by: Minori Chihara[17] (Japanese); Brittney Karbowski[18] (English)
A curious and talkative second year student whose Quirk Glamour (幻惑, Genwaku) allows her to create visual and auditory illusions. She is attacked by Himiko, who steals her appearance to infiltrate the provisional license exam. She reappears in the remedial exam along Shōto, Bakugō and Inasa.
Seiji Shishikura (肉倉 精児, Shishikura Seiji)
Voiced by: Makoto Furukawa[17] (Japanese); Stephan Fu[19] (English)
A proud and dignified second year student, Seiji takes pride in being part of Shiketsu High, and looks down on those whom he considers undignified or unworthy. His Quirk Meatball (精肉, Seiniku) allows him to manipulate raw human flesh and change its shape, including his own to restrain enemies. During the provisional license exam, he attempts to eliminate those who he sees are unfit to be heroes, getting into an altercation with Bakugo, Kirishima and Denki before being defeated by the trio.
Nagamasa Mora (毛原 長昌, Mora Nagamasa)
Voiced by: Volcano Ōta (Japanese); Randy E. Aguebor (English)
A second year student at Shiketsu High School, Nagamasa is the representative of his class. He is entirely covered by light brown hair with no distinctive features except his eyes, which show up occasionally. Nagamasa has a reasonable and polite personality, unlike his classmates Yoarashi and Shishikura, and wishes to develop a positive relationship with U.A.'s Class 1-A. His Quirk Extend-o-Hair (伸毛, Shinmō) enables him to extend and manipulate his own body hair, making it efficient in fighting large numbers of foes.


League of Villains[edit]

The public face of an organization established by All for One to take over the world by defeating all Heroes, and are the main antagonists of the series.

All For One (オール・フォー・ワン, Ōru Fō Wan)
Voiced by: Akio Ōtsuka[20] (Japanese); John Swasey[2] (English)
A very powerful and dangerous megalomaniac, All For One is All Might's arch nemesis. All For One is a first generation Quirk user whose Quirk All For One (オール・フォー・ワン, Ōru Fō Wan) allows him to steal Quirks from other people for his own use or willingly grant them to anyone, using it to acquire a Longevity Quirk to prolong his life. All For One was indirectly responsible for creating the One For All Quirk when he forcibly implanted a stockpiling Quirk on his seemingly Quirkless brother. The little brother had a useless Quirk that could only be transferred to others. The two Quirks merged to form One For All. The little brother tried to overthrow All For One but wasn't strong enough, and so he passed One For All to future generations of heroes to cultivate it. All For One since made attempts to acquire One For All, finding himself unable to take it by force while battling his brother's successors. It was only from fighting All Might that he ended up in critical condition despite inflicting mortal injuries to his opponent, and decided to mentor Shigaraki as his successor. All For One remained in his lair until coming to Shigaraki's aid when he was about to be captured by the heroes, leading to a final confrontation with All Might which ended with his arrest.
Tomura Shigaraki (死柄木 弔, Shigaraki Tomura)
Voiced by: Kōki Uchiyama[21] (Japanese); Eric Vale[2] (English)
The acting leader of the League and the main antagonist of the series, his birth name being Tenko Shimura (志村転弧, Shimura Tenko). Being the grandson of All Might's mentor and previous One For All holder Nana Shimura, he was taken in by All For One after a horrific childhood tragedy that made Shigaraki disillusioned with society and saw the best way to hurt it is by killing All Might, the Symbol of Hope. While Shigaraki is a criminal genius, he has the mind of an arrogant and mentally disturbed child. Despite his aged and emaciated appearance, Shigaraki is quite youthful. He typically wears 14 hands on his head, face and arms, often referring to the hand serving as his mask as "father". His Quirk is Decay (崩壊, Hōkai), allowing him to gradually disintegrate whatever he grabs with all five of his fingers. He doesn't like Stain and believes they'll never get along, despite the anti-villain's indirect contribution to the League in the form of the Vanguard Action Squad. Shigaraki eventually becomes obsessed with Izuku since his interference in his first attempt on All Might's life, deducing him as his polar opposite and mortal enemy with an added reason to kill All Might just to break Izuku. Following All For One's arrest, Shigaraki acquires the Quirk-destroying bullets that Chisaki had developed while crippling him.
Kurogiri (黒霧, lit. "Black Mist")
Voiced by: Takahiro Fujiwara[22] (Japanese); Chuck Huber[2] (English)
Tomura's right-hand man. A shadow-like entity that wears an elegant outfit with metal plates around his collar bone. Despite his gentlemanly manners, he is also sinister. His Quirk is Warp Gate (ワープゲート, Wāpu Gēto), allowing him to teleport others as well as himself to different locations.
Noumu (脳無, Nōmu, lit. "Brainless")
Muscular monstrosities, Noumus are regular people who are infused with multiple Quirks by All For One. While the end result is a potential army of superhumans, the multiple Quirks put a strain on the Noumus' sanity and ultimately make them into mindless berserkers.
Giran (義爛, Giran)
Voiced by: Seirou Ogino (Japanese); Ben Phillips (English)
Giran is a broker working for the League of Villains and seeks out new members to recruit.

Vanguard Action Squad[edit]

A team made up of ten members who are the new recruits from the League of Villains. Most of the Squad that has appeared thus far are young people inspired by the infamous Stain, or more specifically inspired by a corrupted version of his ideals that calls for the creation of a world ruled by the strong rather than the just world that Stain dreamed of.

Dabi (荼毘, Dabi)
Voiced by: Hiro Shimono (Japanese); Jason Liebrecht (English)
A young man with multiple stitchings/piercings who lacks manners and has committed several petty crimes that don't stand out. He has stitches around large, distinctive patches of purple and deeply wrinkled skin. He wonders whether the League of Villains follow a cause, but nonetheless joins the group because he deeply respects Stain's ideals and philosophy and desires to achieve his motives. He calls himself Dabi (meaning cremation), inspired by Stain's use of an alias, and says he will only reveal his true name when he sees fit. His Quirk, though still unnamed, allows him to generate and control dark-tinted fire (blue in the anime), hence his nickname.
Himiko Toga (渡我 被身子, Toga Himiko)
Voiced by: Misato Fukuen (Japanese); Leah Clark (English)
A demented young girl that has a warrant out for her as a suspect of multiple death incidents caused by blood loss. She wants to join the League of Villains because life is difficult. She is obsessed with blood, admitting that she likes people when they are covered with blood. This obsession leads her to get interested in people who are heavily injured and bleeding. Examples of such are Stain whom she stated she wants to kill and become after seeing his video, and later Izuku after she saw him heavily injured at the time during the attack at the training camp. Her Quirk, Transform (変身, Henshin), allows her to assume the appearance of anyone whose blood she ingests. The length she can stay transformed is based on the amount of blood she has ingested. Her quirk also appears to allow her to created the same clothes of the person she impersonates, however she has to be naked when doing so as she any clothes she wears would overlap the fake created clothes.
Muscular (マスキュラー, Masukyurā)
Voiced by: Kousuke Takaguchi[23] (Japanese); Jim Foronda (English)
A tall, bulky man with spiky blond hair. He lost his left eye and acquired an enormous scar on his face after a fight with the hero team Water Hose at some points in the past that gravely injured him. He has a very cruel, brutal, and blood thirsty personality, and has shown great pleasures when killing people, heroes, and civilians alike. His Quirk, Muscle Augment (筋肉増強, Kin'niku Zōkyō) allows him to augment the muscle fibers that are beneath his skin, increasing the power and speed of his movements.
Mustard (マスタード, Masutādo)
Voiced by: Kiyotaka Furushima[23] (Japanese); Daman Mills (English)
A skinny teenager with wavy, light colored hair. He wears a black gakuran along with a gas mask that completely hides his face, attached to two oxygen tanks on his back. He also wears light blue gloves and a green helmet. His Quirk allows him to generate and control a sleep-inducing gas, which he, however, is not immune to. He can also sense any movement inside the gas.
Kenji Hikiishi (引石 健磁, Hikīshi Kenji) / Magne (マグネ, Magune)
Voiced by: Satoru Inoue[24] (Japanese); Jeremy Inman (English)
A butch woman with a muscular build, thin facial hair around her chin, long smooth dark red hair, big oval eyes, and big lips. She has a cruel and brutal personality. She joined the League of Villains so that she would be free to live life the way she wanted. Her Quirk, Magnetism (磁力, Jiryoku) allows her to magnetize people around her, up to a 4.5 meter radius of herself. Men are polarized south, and women are polarized north. She can magnetize a person's entire body or specific portions. Once magnetized, the targets either attract or repel each other depending on whether they're of the same sex or not. However, she cannot magnetize herself. She was later killed by Kai Chisaki.
Moonfish (ムーンフィッシュ, Mūnfisshu)
Voiced by: Shuhei Matsuda[23] (Japanese); Daman Mills (English)
A fairly tall man who wears a black straitjacket-like garment, with his arms bound across his chest in a X-shape, and almost all of his face covered up, save his mouth, which is held open by metal clamps. He doesn't speak much, and has a habit of repeating key information to himself. He also holds a strange fascination with flesh, to the point of closely inspecting and admiring a severed limb, urging his opponents to show him their flesh, and even uttering the word itself when attacking. His Quirk Blade-Tooth (歯刃, Shijin) gives him the ability to enlarge, grow and manipulate his teeth to attack or move around.
Shuichi Iguchi (伊口 秀一, Iguchi Shūichi) / Spinner (スピナー, Supinā)
Voiced by: Ryō Iwasaki[24] (Japanese); Larry Brantley (English)
He is a man with a reptile-like appearance, having green scales on his skin and a face shaped much like a lizard's. His hair is long and held backwards, with a distinctive pink color. Similar to Dabi, he greatly admires Stain, to the point of copying his clothing and weaponry style, and aims to follow his ideals and make his dreams come true. He also respects Stain's wishes as he protected Izuku from Kenji, because Stain had labeled him as someone worthy of being called a hero. He used a makeshift sword made from several knives, daggers, hatchets and many other blades which were held together by chains and belts. He commonly carries it around on his back, wrapped in cloth as to not injure himself. The sword was destroyed by Izuku before it could deal any major damage.
Jin Bubaigawara (分倍河原 仁, Bubaigawara Jin) / Twice (トゥワイス, Tuwaisu)
Voiced by: Daichi Endō[24] (Japanese); Newton Pittman (English)
An average adult man with light spiked hair and a large scar on his forehead. His civilian outfit consists of a tank-top and a dark-colored coat; he carries his mask around with him to wear it when he feels he is going to "split". In his villain costume, his entire body is covered by a black-and-grey, full-body suit that hides any distinguishing features about his body. He has red and blue wristbands. He has an explosive and lively personality. He also appears to have a contradicting personality, insulting Dabi one moment then praising him the next. He is also contradictory in his speech. His Quirk Double (二倍, Nibai) allows him to create a copy of anything, two at a time, through touch. However, in order to create a perfect clone, he requires a flawless image of whatever he plans to copy. This includes precise measurements and features. The copies are also less durable than the original thing, dissolving into a viscous liquid after suffering enough damage, and a second copy is apparently even more fragile. He also has little to no control to his double, because they have their own autonomy. Because his clones share the same personality as himself, they can also rebel against him or each other. Having suffered a traumatic experience with this particular trait of his Quirk, he refuses to use the Quirk on himself. The Quirk is the cause of him having a contradicting personality, where a voice in his head contradicts whatever he says. He also wears a mask because it allows him to stay as one entity, to counter his Quirk's ability. He suffers from dissociative identity disorder due to the history of his Quirk that drove him to insanity. When his mask is off, he shows a strong sense of self-conflict over who he actually is. He is also unsure whether he is the original Jin or if he is a clone that killed the original.
Atsuhiro Sako (迫 圧紘, Sako Atsuhiro) / Mr. Compress ((Mr. (ミスター) コンプレス, Misutā Konpuresu)
Voiced by: Tsuguo Mogami[24] (Japanese); Kent Williams (English)
He is known for being one of the smartest villains in the world and acts as the brains of the League of Villains. His face is covered by a smiling mask. He wears gloves, a large and fancy overcoat, boots, and a top hat with a feather. He wears a different mask in the Hideout Raid arc. He is a talkative, humorous person with his allies and enemies alike. He seems to value the possibility of choosing one's beliefs. Although he claims to be good at running away, he expressed disappointment in the abilities of the Hero cadets he met. He also trusts his own judgment, kidnapping a second target beside the one he was assigned to. His Quirk Compress (コンプレス, Konpuresu) allows him to "compress" anything in a spherical area into a small marble without actually damaging it. If used on a person, it effectively entraps them, terminating the fight instantly and allowing him to abduct them easily.

Other villains[edit]

Chizome Akaguro (赤黒 血染, Akaguro Chizome) / Stain, The Hero Killer (ヒーロー殺し ステイン, Hīrō Goroshi Sutein)
Voiced by: Go Inoue[25] (Japanese); Robert McCollum (English)[26]
Originally an aspiring hero student, Chizome fell into despair after realizing that more students were becoming heroes for money and fame, rather than doing good for the sake of doing good and dropped out to become a street speaker pushing for reform of the Hero system. The general apathy of the public only caused Chizome to fall deeper into darkness until he snapped and gave up on changing the world through peaceful means. He gave up on his dream of being a hero, and became a vigilante instead, under the alias Stendhal (スタンダール, Sutandāru), until becoming a professional hero killer under the name Hero Killer: Stain (ヒーロー殺ころし ステイン, Hīrō Goroshi Sutein), sparing only those he considered "true heroes", a list which currently consists solely of All Might and Izuku. After his arrest, Izuku admits that on some level he admires and understands Stain's passion and idealism, but disapproves of his methods. After he is defeated and imprisoned, a group of young villains inspired by a corrupted version of Stain's ideals begin appearing. His Quirk is Bloodcurdle (凝血, Gyōketsu), the ability to paralyze his opponent by ingesting even a small sample of their blood. The weakness to his Quirk is that there are time limit differences based on the blood type of his opponents (Type B is 8 minutes, others are shorter ranging from Types AB, A, and O).
Kai Chisaki (治崎 廻, Chisaki Kai) / Overhaul (オーバーホール, Ōbāhōru)
Voiced by: Kenjiro Tsuda[27] (Japanese); Kellen Goff[28] (English)
Chisaki is the mysophobic leader of the Eight Precepts of Death (死穢八斎會, Shie Hassaikai), a group of Villains who are the last known Yakuza to be operating in Japan since the establishment of the Hero System. Chisaki is psychopathic, resenting the Hero System for wiping out the Yakuza. Chisaki's Quirk Overhaul (オーバーホール, Ōbāhōru) enables him to disassemble and reassemble objects through physical contact. Additionally, he maintains the ability to even fuse multiple objects together using his Quirk, including living organisms. While eventually defeated by Izuku using 100% of his power, Chisaki is later crippled by Shigaraki and Mr. Compress, destroying his arms and stealing the Quirk-destroying bullets he spent his life developing.
Danjuro Tobita (飛田 弾柔郎, Tobita Danjūrō) / Gentle Criminal (ジェントル・クリミナル, Jentoru Kuriminaru)
Danjuro is a villain with little interest in money or objects of value, instead chasing after fame and notoriety, which he aims to achieve through video recordings of his criminal acts. Danjuro styles himself as a gentleman thief, who uses his Quirk to expose and punish acts of white-collar crime and corruption that would otherwise slip under the public's radar. He claims that his ultimate goal is to write his name in history. Prior to becoming a villain, Danjuro was a hero student who, despite his enthusiasm, was met with constant disappointment due to his grades and was eventually forced out of his school's hero program and into the normal curriculum after failing the Provisional License Exam four times in a row. He was then expelled after interfering with a rescue operation and was disowned by his parents due to the ensuing lawsuit leaving them in financial ruin. Despite all of this, Danjuro kept his head up and tried to make the best of things, until a chance encounter with an old classmate of his (who had since become a certified hero) caused him to discover that his classmate had completely forgotten him. With his ego in tatters, Danjuro finally cracked and became the flamboyant villain Gentle Criminal (ジェントル・クリミナル, Jentoru Kuriminaru) to ensure that he would never be forgotten or belittled ever again. During an attempt to infiltate U.A. during the cultural festival, Gentle is stopped and defeated by Izuku, leading to his arrest. As he is taken into custody, Danjuro denies all involvement of Love-Lover in his crimes to protect her. His Quirk, Elasticity (弾性, Erasutishiti), allows him to bestow the property of elasticity to anything he touches, be it solid, liquid, or even thin air, using it to deflect attacks and surprise his opponents.
Manami Aiba (相場 愛美, Aiba Manami) / Love-Lover (ラブラバ, Raburaba)
Gentle's loyal fan and admirer, she records his acts of villainy and posts them online as part of his plan to gain fame. She was originally a young girl who became a shut in after being rejected and humiliated by a boy she liked. While browsing the internet, she came across one of Gentle's videos and came to admire him, finding the courage to leave her room through him. By the power of her Quirk, Love (ラブ, Rabu), she can boost the power of the person she loves most by declaring her love to them. The more intense her love, the stronger the power transmitted to the target is. The ability's power increases further in crisis situations.

Other characters[edit]

Inko Midoriya (緑谷 引子, Midoriya Inko)
Voiced by: Aya Kawakami (Japanese); Jessica Cavanagh (English)
Izuku's mother is proud and somewhat overprotective of her son. When he began attending U.A. High School and had seemed to develop a Quirk all his own, she was ecstatic and made him a Hero's jumpsuit based on a childhood sketch he made in one of his notebooks. Initially supportive of her son's dream, Izuku's continuous encounters with Villains that nearly got him killed multiple times caused her to falter and wish that he doesn't return to U.A. anymore out of concern for his life. However, after All Might personally apologized, she decided to continue supporting Izuku under the condition that All Might make good on his promise to train Izuku into a true hero. Her Quirk is the ability to attract small objects, levitating them toward her.
Naomasa Tsukauchi (塚内 直正, Tsukauchi Naomasa)
Voiced by: Tokuyoshi Kawashima (Japanese); Alejandro Saab[2] (English)
Tsukauchi is All Might's client in the police, therefore knowing of his and Izuku's Quirk. His Quirk, "Human Lie Detector", lets him know if anyone is lying or not.
Eri (壊理, Eri)
Eri is the key source to Kai Chisaki's operation to manufacture Quirk-Destroying Bullets. She is the granddaughter of the Eight Precepts of Death's boss, and was effectively adopted by Chisaki after he killed her grandfather. Her Quirk Rewind (人を巻き戻す, Hito o Maki Modosu) allows her to bring an individual's body to a previous state. This Quirk is a result of an extremely rare mutation, and bears no resemblance to any Quirk on either side of her family's lineage. When her Quirk is activated, Eri's horn glows brightly. Those that are in contact or near Eri at the moment of the activation start having their bodies rewound to previous states, undoing or bringing back injuries or modifications from the present or the past. She is capable of reverting people back to a point before they even existed, effectively killing them. Kai Chisaki implies that, with enough mastery, Eri could even de-evolve humanity back into a primal state. Through several tests and experiments, the Eight Precepts of Death were able to utilize the effects of this Quirk to target a person's "Quirk Factor," in order to create Quirk-destroying bullets. Because of her young age and inexperience, Eri is unable to properly control her ability, being able to activate it but unable to stop it. So far, the only known methods to stop Rewind is through Chisaki's disassembling ability and Aizawa's Erasure Quirk ability. Because of that, she is put under custody of U.A. and begins living in the school dorms.
Kota Izumi (出水 洸汰, Izumi Kōta)
Voiced by: Michiru Yamazaki (Japanese); Cassandra Lee Morris[29] (English)
A young boy who lost his Hero parents, the Water Hose to Muscular and was taken in by the Pussycats due to Mandalay being his aunt. Though he has been around Heroes his entire life, he's grown highly misanthropic and cynical of them due to his parents’ death. However, after being saved from Muscular by Izuku, he starts to change his beliefs, and even buys a pair of the same shoes that Izuku wears. Like his parents, Kota possesses a water-generation Quirk.


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