My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 8 is titled “League of Villains Vs. U.A.” Gigantomachia, a student, continues to run towards Jaku City while the original League of Villains members are behind him. Students of the U.A.
The students of the U.A. refuse to run and are ready to face Momo Yaoyorozu, the great villain. Deku and others try to stop Tomura, who has a sinister plan. This is all you need to know about the finale of “My Hero Academia” season 6, episode 8. SPOILERS Ahead!
My Hero Academia Season Six’s most recent episode will be available worldwide on Saturday, November 19. The eighth episode of the season is called League of Villains against the U.A. Students.
Fans may expect some serious conflict with a title such as that. Japanese viewers can catch the episode on NTV and YTV, while the rest can enjoy My Hero Academia on Crunchyroll. You can find the Episode 8 release times here.
- Pacific Standard Time: 2:20 a.m.
- Central Standard Time: 4:30 AM.
- Eastern Standard Time: 5:05 a.m.
- Greenwich Mean Time: 10:30 a.m.
- Central European Time: 11:30 AM
- Indian Time: 3 p.m.
- Japan Standard Time: 5:05 p.m.
- Australian Eastern Daylight Time: 9:00 p.m.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 8 Recap
The U.A. is responsible for taking down Gigantomachia as the Pro Heroes fail to stop him. High school students. The high school students decide to fight the giant villain instead of running away. They manage to get Gigatomachia to stop running and make him kneel.
Unfortunately, the League of Villains original members who were on Gigatomachia’s back are not tolerant and their counterattack against him is devastating. The students tried unsuccessfully to put sedatives into Gigatomanchia’s mouth, but that was just a moment before. The struggle for Jaku City continues with Tomura still injured and refusing to give up. He told the Heroes that they are blind to their families and do not want to hurt others to save them.
Shigaraki ridicules their intentions. He argues that people such as him, who were exiled by the Hero society and left to die, have now come back to destroy the system that never loved them. Endeavor has time to regroup before he launches a firestorm at the villain.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 8 Ending
Mina, as she is about to throw the sedative into Gigantomachia’s mouth, recalls their past encounter when she was just middle school. This flashback temporarily shakes Mina’s resolve and she eventually loses her grip on her canister. Gigantomachia throws Midnight off his back, and Mina is just about to be crushed when Kirishima pushes him away. Tetsutetsu carries her to safety, while the Red Riot eagerly prepares for the attack.
Himiko broke the canister in Kirishima’s hand but it turned out that Mina was actually the one who grabbed Mina’s bottle. He pushed Mina out of danger’s way and threw it in Gigantomachia. Kirishima is able to escape without injury thanks to Setsuna, who came to his aid at the right moment. Midnight was violently thrown to the side of Gigantomachia, but it turned out she is still conscious and not dead.
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Does Gran Torino Die? Is Aizawa losing his Quirk?
Endeavor’s fireball of fire does not seem to have affected Tomura. He leaps and emerges unharmed. He seems to be heading towards the Pro Heroes. Gran Torino uses this opportunity to land a dropkick on his back. Shigaraki tries to jump away but Tomura grabs his leg and crushes it before he knocks the Pro Hero to the floor.
Bakuogo, Deku and the rest of his team could not stop Gran Torino from punching through Gran Torino’s chest. The villain then leaves Gran Torino in a pool of his own blood. The episode leaves viewers wondering if Gran Tarino actually dies from the beating. However, a quick look at the manga shows that Gran Tarino is still alive and will surprise many with his continued participation in Paranormal Liberation War Arc.
Deku, Bakugo, and Endeavor rush for Gran Tarino. Deku, Bakugo, and Endeavor rush to help Gran Tarino.
Tomura uses 100% Wyoming Smash to defeat Eraser Head, but Tomura slaps him on the arm to stop the attack. Pro Hero is aware that the bullet’s effects could spread through his body, causing him to lose his quirk.
Kouhei’s manga series Eraser Head features an original idea for a time of crisis. This will stop everyone’s worst fears becoming reality. Eraser head will cut his right leg quickly before the bullet can take away his quirk. He will also retain his powers which will prevent Tomura from using the decay wave.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 9 Preview
Deku swiftly carried Aizawa, two other heroes, and past a cloud in smoke to begin the preview for My Hero Academia season 6, episode 9. Shigaraki appeared to be healed, and citizens fled as Gigantomachia began ravaging the city.
Shoto used his ice to protect Endeavor, who was now weaker. Deku was seen fighting Shigaraki using Blackwhip. The narration said that it was now time to unleash One For All’s power.
A flashback to Bakugou, sat beside All Might at U.A. The explosive hero will shine in this next battle. My Hero Academia episode 9’s title is Katsuki Bakugou Rising.