The Final Act of Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga is currently unfolding, with the heroes and villains engaged in their final fights. The latest chapter ends on a cliffhanger that sets the stage for Izuku Midoriya’s global debut as a hero.
This has been a challenging time for the heroes, with numerous obstacles testing their mettle. Deku, in particular, has suffered physical and mental harm. Nonetheless, he is now poised to face off against Tomura Shigaraki as the war draws to a close.
Earlier, My Hero Academia hinted that the Support Course would record everything that happened during the final battles, with the aim of improving the public’s perception of hero society in Japan. The latest chapter suggests that members of the press are also getting involved.
Will Deku’s Worldwide Hero Debut Mark a Turning Point in My Hero Academia’s Final Act?
Chapter 384 of the My Hero Academia manga continued from the previous cliffhanger that hinted at the arrival of some unexpected individuals. As it turns out, two helicopters carrying members of the press have joined the fray, and they have interacted with Deku and the other heroes in significant ways.
The reporter who had interviewed Deku before the Sports Festival recognized the young hero at the center of the fight and has come to shed a new light on his story. Meanwhile, the other reporter, who had previously criticized the heroes for their failures, has had a change of heart. She now acknowledges the heroes’ unwavering determination to fight for hope, even as other countries report on Japan’s downfall.
Regardless of the outcome, Deku’s heroics will be seen all over the world. The question now is whether this newfound support will be enough to help him emerge victorious in his battle against Shigaraki.