"My Hero Academia" returns to Weekly Shonen Jump after the break requested by the author Kohei Horikoshi. Chapter 218 returns with a completely different scenario compared to previous releases.

Thanks to SPManga spoilers, which you can find in the tweet below, one can take the first look at chapter 218 of "My Hero Academia."

The scenario changes, the battle narrative arc between Class A and Class B is completed. It is also the last day of the course to obtain the temporary hero license, a course in which Todoroki and Bakugo are participating.


The synopsis of Chapter 218

The synopsis says that there are news and commercials on TV about Detoneratto. The company is hiring Hero Support. The CEO of that company was airing it no matter what his employees said and then killed his employee as soon as he made fun of the Quirk Liberation Army.

When living Amongst those with Quirk was first planned, the idea of liberating those with Quirk was popular. In the previous episode, Eri, Izuku, Mirio, and Neito gather outside the dormitories. Neito attempts to copy Eri’s Rewind Quirk, reports Otaku Orbit.

The latter group was founded by Chikara Yotsubashi, who then assumed the identity of Villain Destro. He fought with the government for so many years but later defeated along with his organization. The group was dissolved and Yotsubashi found himself in prison, spending time writing.


Also, Destro has a son he does not know about.

The CEO meets up with five other people, who make a strange sign with their hands as they enter. The CEO announces that he will destroy the League of Villains of Shigaraki in the name of Destro. Some people outside are creating riots with their quirks. Todoroki and Bakugo rush there and won their first battle. "My Hero Academia" will return with chapter 219 in the 15th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. The release date is not confirmed yet. Fans are really happy to see that Todoroki and Bakugou finally got their licenses.

"My Hero Academia" is a manga written and designed by Kohei Horikoshi. Currently, 218 chapters have been published.

In Japan, it is published by Weekly Shonen Jump (Shueisha).

New look

Now let's take a look at the back of the cover, which reveals the colour look of some students. Some members of the Yuei high school class 1-B, rivals of class A heroes during the Sports Festival have highlighted the improvements of several students. The 22nd tankobon will gather the first chapters of the last narrative arc, in which the students of class 1-B show off their superhero outfits. In fact, the back of the cover reveals the full-colour look of some characters including Yui Kodai, Pony Tsunotori and Juzo Honenuki.

Below is a picture of the students.