My Hero Academia Chapter 195 Review: Class A vs Class B


Hitoshi Shinso is a character in My Hero Academia that has faced fear and discrimination from his classmates. His power is what earns him this distinction. His quirk is “Brainwashing,” it allows him to “mind control people who verbally respond to him and, as a result, they will be forced to do whatever he wants.” His power is limited by his will. If he doesn’t want his quirk to activate it won’t. Regardless, his quirk has be unofficially classified as “evil.”

Sure he could use it for evil if he wanted to, but couldn’t anyone use their quirks for evil? Can some quirks “feel,” more evil than others? Yes. However, looking at behavior seems to be a way more important gauge of evil. Furthermore, Hitoshi’s appearance and his personality can be off putting. His hair is messy, his eyes look like he never sleeps. Granted, the manipulation he institutes to use his quirk may not make him trustworthy. All that said I think if his classmates don’t come around he could become a villain.

In this chapter Hitoshi reintroduces himself. He claims that he’s “not some good natured person.” I don’t by his attitude but he is probably putting on a front to avoid being hurt. He proclaims that he will “become a great hero,” using his quirk to “help others.” Class A and Class B will face off against each other, in groups of four. They will be fighting each other one group verses another. The number of students are odd (41) so the teachers come up with a necessary but convoluted way to remedy the difference.

The students will have to imprison the other team in cages. The number of characters in this series can make them difficult to remember, particularly Class B that hasn’t been seen much. The first two teams face off and Hitoshi is on the Class A team. They come up with a plan that, they reject the instinct to “split up,” before they can begin moving they are ambushed by Jurota Shishida. He has the quirk “beast.” This allows him to transform into a beast, increasing his sense and strength, at the cost of becoming “overwhelmingly high.”

They took into account that Kouda would use his ability for searching for their “strongest” member, Shiozaki. Class B used this bias against Class A, having her be a decoy. They assume that Denki Kaminari won’t use his electricity with his teammates present. Kosei Tsuburaba has learned new move Air Prison that he uses to trap Kouda in a soundproof box. However, Shinso uses a new technique called Artificial Vocal Cords: Persona Code, where he uses new equipment to “modify his vocal tone in order to mimic other people’s voices, tricking enemies into answering him and setting them up to the effects of his Brainwashing.”

He mimics the voice of Kosei saying “Alright! Kick their asses, Shishida,” he responds “you got it! Just leave it to me!,” thus brainwashing Jurota. I’m excited for this arc. Setting Class B and Class A against each other will certainly show more of the ability of Class B. I’m also expecting to see more of Hitoshi abilities in this arc as well. Good start so far.

 

 

 

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