The paranormal war of liberation continues in the sixth season of My Hero Academia. The heroes launch an assault on Shigaraki’s forces thanks to information provided by hero number two, Hawks. While Mirko, the bunny heroine, didn’t get a chance to show off her skills in previous seasons, Season 6 flips the script, but in the process, she inflicted a distressing injury on the top crime-fighter. Without a doubt, My Hero Academia is going all out with this intense battle for the future of Hero Society.
Warning . If you haven’t had a chance to watch the final episode of My Hero Academia Season 6, know that we’re going to be diving into spoiler territory.
Garaki has definitely earned his place as the mastermind behind All For One and Shigaraki’s forces, not only helping to give the two villains some serious upgrades, but also creating a legion of biological nightmares known as Nomu. These soulless hordes were revealed in the previous season as resurrected heroes and villains, brought back from the dead to support the efforts of the Paranormal Liberation Front. As Mirko managed to fight her way through the lower ranks created by Garaki, she faced a threat unlike any she had ever encountered before.
Backed into the wall, Garaki unleashed his “High-End Nomu” to save himself, with just one of these nightmares being enough to nearly defeat Endeavor and Hawks at the same time. Mirko in this recent episode was up against a handful of adversaries and one in particular had a Quirk that was causing the Rabbit Hero some serious trouble. By twisting his arm numerous times, Mirko’s appendix resembles a napkin that has been twisted once too often, rendering it useless.
Despite losing his arm, Mirko hasn’t lost his hand, she’s still going strong, but it’s clear that the Paranormal Liberation War has left its mark on the Rabbit Hero. As heroes like Crust and a handful of others make their way to the leaping hero, crime fighters might need more backing when it comes to stopping this unimaginable threat to the world.