Oh yeah, this series used to be about Heroes. We’ve spent a decent enough chunk of time with world-hating anarchists that that fact sort of got left behind. Well, we’re back in it and…the season is over. Drat. And for a season-ending episode…not a whole lot happened. We saw the 1-A kids showcase some new moves on a horde of (seemingly self-aware) robots and then celebrate their return to school with hot pot. It all essentially boiled down to a quick run through of the roster, making sure you remembered what everyone can do and making sure that all of 1-A got a smidge more screen time: a fun reminder of a cast less bent on destroying the world. That being said, I will point out how adorable it was that Ashido told Kirishima that her new move was based on his; maybe there’s a reason she’s so acutely aware of Uraraka’s mimicry of Midoriya. Either way, it’s always nice to see connections in 1-A that aren’t mired in familial drama or society-upending secrets.
Imagine a world endlessly repeating, an endlessly repeating world that repeats endlessly.
And so continues the Shigaraki show…the dark, twisted Shigaraki show.
Well…that was…I mean…that was a lot.
I like Twice. I’ve always found him an interesting character and a pretty raw take on the more psychological side of Quirks.
large, To Your Eternity chooses to end on a bittersweet yet hopeful note, focusing in on what ultimately has been the heart of the series in hindsight: the relationship between Pioran and Fushi.
That’s right folks, it’s time for us to learn all about that lovable bunch of murderers who are literally stealing this series. First up to bat: Toga.