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Me, shaking Aoyama furiously: DID HE OR DID HE NOT HAVE FRECKLES
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HE’S JUST A LITTLE GUY...
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jaded-ghoster · 1 year
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dabidabidahh · 1 year
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See, now I'm crying
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amerain · 1 year
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companion
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firyfox · 1 year
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pikahlua · 1 year
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okay but like what the fuck-
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an-austere-weeb · 1 year
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I knew this looked familiar
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Izuku's being a Kacchan kinnie again
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hamliet · 1 year
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what do you think of the aoyama reveal? tbh i really like it, it makes a lot of sense, and i cant say I dont enjoy the new deku parallels and as weird as it is, the fact that aoyama of all characters now has shigaraki parallels
I was initially grumpy, but that has more to do with IRL stuff than how I actually feel lol.
I am pleased with it narrative-wise overall, though less okay with how it was bait/switch revealed (it's deliberately baiting fans with a popular fan theory just... for the sake of it, and that’s annoying). I admit I also kind of groaned because I know people will take it to mean Dabi's "save the cat" wasn't real, but upon basic reading that's just not true, yet... fandom gonna fandom.
But! Onto the narrative!
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Narratively, it emphasizes the motif of parents manipulating and hurting their children. Honestly, this is the most likely way for Deku's dad to make an appearance in the story--as I've said, should he be mentioned and be relevant, it would almost certainly be with the reveal that he was embarrassed about a son without a quirk (not Dad for One lol). 
What I think is a more interesting twist on Deku’s father is if the man couldn’t cope with having a son who was quirkless and de facto abandoned him, albeit perhaps through a societally acceptable reason such as a job transfer or something (culturally it’s also not that unusual for a father to take work in another city/even country and live apart from a family). If this is the case, it could actually be used to make Deku question himself and his father’s/society’s estimation of worth. 
Aoyama's parents seem more bothered by him not having a quirk than Aoyama.
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But the point is, despite Aoyama calling himself a villain, he's clearly not. He is terrified and trying to save the people he loves. He doesn’t want to be a villain at all. He wants to help people. 
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Let’s look at the training camp attack again in a new light. 
Dabi sparing him takes on even more meaning now that we know Aoyama ended up in this predicament because he wasn't good enough as he was for his parents;
His cowering during the raid was guilt and fear of himself as well;
His attempt to save Bakugou and Tokoyami from abduction anyways makes him the single bravest character in the entire manga. Contrary to how he thinks of it, he tried to save his friends despite the threat of his parents' lives, despite knowing a lot of it was his fault for leaking information, etc. That's heroic.
Aoyama will be okay. The rest of Class 1A has to be motivated to save villains too. Enter Aoyama. If Horikoshi wants to, he could even use Aoyama to reemphasize the fact that these villains were all abandoned or abused by their parents, and that someone else stepped in and groomed them in their stead. Which could provoke Enji to actually face himself and do what he promised Shouto he would: lay it all on the line to save his son.
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redbluenight · 1 year
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【 336: ᴠɪʟʟᴀɪɴ 】
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blankperiodssn · 1 year
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MHA 336 SPOILERS
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MY BOY DONT DESERVE THIS
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sasudou · 1 year
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horis just like: he hasn’t been traumatized enough
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jaded-ghoster · 1 year
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dabidabidahh · 1 year
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When you really think about it, Midoriya seriously dodged a bullet when accepting All Might's quirk
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bluefuckboy · 1 year
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Bnha 336
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scarletrain1724 · 1 year
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This crying face
What makes this particular panel so heart-wrenching to see is how shattered, young and defenseless he looks. Tears are streaming down his cheeks and possibly snot, all traces of the stars in his eyes gone. They're now wobbled and dark. This along with the sweat dripping down his forehead and the hands cupped around him, as if trying to protect himself, causes him to appear to be a lost, broken child/teenager.
His hunched posture, so unlike his straight back and cupped hands represents how guilt ridden he is, as if the guilt itself is weighing him down.
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On another note, he also lacks the regular cartoon style/somewhat Tin-tin Horikoshi would usually portray him as, which causes this panel to be even more hard-hitting and emphasizes how he's not a manipulative mastermind or malicious traitor, but just a scared boy being taken advantage of.
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