How “Aizawa’s” Quirk Work in “My Hero Academia” Breaks Down ?

Anime series, “My Hero Academia” is all gear up for the fourth season, setting the necessary pieces for the Shie Hassaikai arc, with the latest episode of the series, putting the new hero alliance as to kick high gear in order to work on the plan as it may help to take down Overhaul and his yakuza organization.

With all its situations happening around, Overhaul is the main culprit who has been distributing a terrible set of drugs that not only boost the power of the “quirks” but can even destroy them. Shota Aizawa has had a similar quirk that can recruit for his new team.

Though Aizawa had revealed his quirk in the past episode 69 of the series that break down Erased Head impacting on his foes. There won’t be the depth digging about its new characteristic destroying weapons when there was temporary disclose.

How "Aizawa's" Quirk Work in "My Hero Academia" Breaks Down ?

 

As he goes on explaining, Aizawa’s Erasure quirk does not attack it directly because being the extra part with a particular function adding on to a human body and chunks together as “quirk genes,” only when he looks at someone, the quirk stop the genes temporarily.

Though he does not obliterate them like Overhaul’s newly distributed weapon.
Fat Grum reveals the examination was done on Tamaki’s body after the weapon was shotting him as his quirk genes got damage. Though he can use his quirk without any problems after they heal him, the damage that was done in Aizawa’s characteristic is nowhere can be compared as it was next level. The suffering of his Erasure quirk is not only temporary but lasts only when he keeps his eyes on someone, so this explains why the effect doesn’t last long.

It seems like Aizawa is all about having a game-changing quirk though the flaws of being a durable and lasting impact, which implies that there’s so someone reliable having a version of Aizawa’s characteristic that attacks quirk genes directly that is entirely known by Overhaul as he will get his hand on it.

Kohei Horikoshi created the action anime series that has been running in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since July 2014. My Hero, Academia, is the story the revolves around Izuku Midoriya, living under the world that everyone except him contains power. Lacking the power, he dreamt about to become a superhero as he eventually hunts down for the world’s best hero All Might and enrolls in a school for professional heroes.

However, the series got licensed by Viz Media, since 2015 then it has been running in the English language. The series is getting a second big movie, Heroes Rising, in Japan this December.

Well, that’s exciting!