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Over the last few months, Kohei Horikoshi has been showing his "My Hero Academia" serialized manga series on Weekly Shonen Jump. The narrative arc of the anime is based on the joint training between Class A and Class B of the Yuhei High School's heroes course. According to ComicBook, the manga is about to pick up another villain-centric arc.

It seems that the time has come for the combat work to focus more on a challenging and deeper arc with a villain that leads the storyline to an even higher peak. This is what Horikoshi is trying to publicize in the 12th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, which will be available in Japan on February 18.

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Chapter 217

According to the translation by a Twitter user, @aitaikimochii, here's what readers could expect from Chapter 217 of the "My Hero Academia" manga, "Defend civilians against the Villains!! As Deku gets closer to his quirk, with even more power now, where will this take him next!?” It is worth noting that the mentioned Twitter handle is known for providing the latest news of "My Hero Academia,"

In chapter 216 of the manga, Mineta and Ashido collaborated in a challenge against Class 1-B, and in the post-battle briefing, Ashido has expressed all his doubts about the classmate Aizawa, calling Mineta the "worst."

Last episode of the Manga

in the previous chapter, the criticism of Ashido derives from the fact that Mineta had used her partner as a "guinea pig" for her new technique. Mineta uses the balls produced by her quirk to bounce and fly around the girls.

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Since the very first chapters, Mineta has distinguished herself as the perverted character of the group. However, for Ashido, the technique used by the aspiring hero was a particularly perverse move, as the initial rebound had thrown him right into the chest.

Minorou Mineta is the least heroic character in the series. In the last episode, Mineta has also seen some improvement in hero skills throughout the series, but the character's tone has remained more or less unchanged since the beginning. However, Horikoshi with this move could push Mineta to a sort of evolution. Meanwhile, in Chapter 217, "My Hero Academia" fans will we be able to see if Ashido's words will have any influence on Mineta.

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"My Hero Academia" is a manga written and designed by Kohei Horikoshi. Currently, 216 weekly chapters have been published and the first 212 have been collected in 22 volumes. In Japan, it is published by Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha). Don't forget to follow Blasting News entertainment channel for more news and updates on entertainment.