Top 15 My Hero Academia Characters Who Deserve Their Own Show

Characters like Shoto Todoroki or Katsuki Bakugo from My Hero Academia have the potential to thrive in their own spinoff series.


Shoto Todoroki


While My Hero Academia's core narrative follows Izuku Midoriya's journey from a Quirkless individual to becoming the world's top hero, the series also excels at introducing and developing numerous other beloved characters. These range from Izuku's companions and educators to the adversaries they confront.

Certain characters are presented as established Pro Heroes with their unique trajectories, or their personalities deviate significantly from their initial portrayals. Additionally, among Izuku's classmates, there are those who remain relatively unexplored or haven't received adequate attention. Regardless of the scenario, My Hero Academia's rich cast has the potential to shine independently.






15. Rock Lock


Rock Lock


Rock Lock remains an underutilized hero within the My Hero Academia universe. His inventive Lock Down Quirk holds untapped potential that could greatly enhance its impact with increased exposure. What adds to Rock Lock's intrigue is his role as a family man; a distinctive aspect that diverges from the established hero narratives. While the show has mainly explored the complex dynamics of the Todoroki family, Rock Lock and his family could offer a contrasting perspective.

Presenting a loving familial dynamic where one parent is a Pro Hero, Rock Lock's narrative could serve as the antithesis to the Todorokis. His poignant display of devotion to his family during the Shie Hassaikai raid emphasizes the depth of his care. Thus, a spin-off focused on Rock Lock would be aptly enriched by the inclusion of his wife and child, further showcasing his multifaceted character.


14. Fumikage Tokoyami


Fumikage Tokoyami


Fumikage Tokoyami, a contemplative avian student, possesses the Dark Shadow Quirk, an entity that thrives in darkness, growing more formidable as it does. With increased prominence in MHA, particularly after his rescue of Hawks from Dabi's grasp, Tokoyami's presence has piqued fan interest, prompting a desire for deeper exploration.

A potential spin-off could delve into Tokoyami's evolving dynamic with Hawks, unearthing the complexities of their relationship while delving into his ongoing struggle to manage Dark Shadow's influence. Enthusiasts are eager to witness an older Tokoyami's foray into crime-fighting. The breadth of possibilities for a Tokoyami-centric narrative makes the prospect of a spin-off even more captivating.


13. Fat Gum


Fat Gum


Fat Gum emerges as a cheerful hero, harnessing his Fat Absorption Quirk to combat crime and safeguard his comrades. His strategy involves accumulating weight to activate his Quirk, often stationed by food carts, indulging in an array of treats. Despite his significant contributions, he seldom engages in battles, making a spin-off centered around him an ideal platform to unveil his capabilities.

Furthermore, Fat Gum's gentle demeanor infuses his character with a sense of warmth, rendering any facet of his life a source of wholesomeness and amusement. Enthusiasts admire his relaxed disposition and benevolent expressions—a facet absent in many My Hero Academia personas.






12. Ochaco Uraraka


Ochaco Uraraka


Ochaco Uraraka, the central female protagonist of My Hero Academia, embarked on a highly gratifying journey of personal growth early in the series. Recognizing her shortcomings, she proactively sought self-improvement, delving into martial arts and confronting challenges head-on, as exemplified by her direct showdown with Katsuki Bakugo during the Sports Festival, independent of Izuku Midoriya's guidance.

Despite her compelling initial arc, Uraraka's subsequent on-screen presence has often been relegated to a love interest role. A dedicated spinoff centered around Uraraka holds the potential to rectify this, refocusing on her individual development and reinstating the agency she possessed prior to her affection for Izuku overshadowing her character.


11. Endeavor


Endeavor


Endeavor initially presents as an unfeeling father, fixated solely on his son's pursuit of excellence, with little regard for Shoto's emotions. However, his character gradually evolves as he endeavors to mend his familial relationships, acknowledging the error of prioritizing his ambitions over the well-being of his loved ones.

At the inception of Endeavor and Rei's marriage, their affection was genuine and tender. While Endeavor's initial intention in marrying her revolved around her Ice Quirk and its potential for their progeny, his feelings for Rei and their first child were sincere. A potential Endeavor spinoff holds the promise of delving deeper into their history, before Endeavor's singular fixation on Shoto's training took precedence, offering insight into their earlier life.


10. Shoto Todoroki

Shoto Todoroki

Initially portrayed as a distant loner, Shoto Todoroki gradually warmed his way into fans' hearts as his family struggles came to light during the Sports Festival arc. Subsequently, Shoto embarked on a remarkable journey of development, mastering the use of both aspects of his Quirk and navigating his relationship with his father, albeit without complete absolution.

Shoto's evolution as an aspiring Pro Hero intricately intertwines with his internal exploration of self-identity, his Quirk's duality, and the complexities of his family ties. Although the series briefly depicts Shoto collaborating with his father while selecting their respective agencies for internship, a spinoff devoted to his character could delve deeper into his emotional maturation, providing a richer portrayal of his growth.






9. Mirko

Mirko

Mirko, the fifth-ranked Pro Hero in the My Hero Academia universe, skyrocketed to popularity upon her initial appearance. An embodiment of independence and unyielding courage, Mirko champions her own strength above all, while demonstrating collaborative prowess when circumstances demand it. Her ability to adapt, even in the face of severe injuries, underscores her indomitable spirit.

While the manga delves into Mirko's middle school period, a substantial interval remains unexplored between that phase and her official debut as a Pro Hero. A Mirko-centered spinoff has the potential to cast a brighter light on these years of formative growth and rigorous training. Moreover, it could delve into her upbringing, allowing fans to unravel the genesis of her iconic personality.


8. Hawks

Hawks

Hawks has assumed a pivotal role in the recent seasons, juggling espionage against the Paranormal Liberation Front with his regular hero duties. While hints about his upbringing are scattered throughout the series, a myriad of unanswered queries lingers concerning Hawks' formative years.

The aura of mystery surrounding him has piqued the curiosity of viewers, fueling the desire for deeper insights into his character. A potential spin-off could unravel his childhood or follow Hawks into the future, assessing whether his vision of a hero society with reduced necessity for their intervention comes to fruition. Given his substantial fan base, such a series would likely garner a dedicated audience.


7. Tsuyu Asui

Tsuyu Asui

Asui emerges as one of Class 1-A's most poised members, a demeanor cultivated through her role as a responsible older sister from a young age. Her competence across diverse skills, coupled with her adaptability in team dynamics, establishes her as a valuable asset. Enhanced by an iconic design harmonizing with her Frog Quirk, she truly stands out.

Given her aquatic prowess stemming from her Quirk, Tsuyu's potential spinoff could ingeniously reintroduce the Oki Mariner crew, capitalizing on her natural aptitude in waterborne settings. Alternatively, a lighter-toned spinoff might spotlight her daily life alongside her family, a facet that has yet to receive its deserved spotlight.






6. Himiko Toga

Himiko Toga

Himiko Toga, an endearingly quirky yet slightly deranged character, stands out as one of the series' most distinct villains. Her motivations are refreshingly unconventional—neither driven by arbitrary evil nor an ambition to conquer the world. Rather, Himiko's desire centers around personal freedom, the liberty to wield her Quirk without societal judgment.

Surprisingly, Himiko exhibits a level of humanity uncommon among villains, as evidenced by her poignant connection with Twice. With an established fan base, she's poised for success in her own spinoff. Such a show could delve into the intricacies of her bond with Twice, exploring the nuances of their relationship. Additionally, it could shed light on her formative years, unveiling her transition from suppressing her desires and abilities to embracing them.


5. Momo Yaoyorozu

Momo Yaoyorozu

Momo Yaoyorozu stands as the most financially privileged member of Class 1-A, yet her humility remains a cornerstone of her character. Her opulence doesn't overshadow her altruistic nature; rather, she employs her resources to assist her peers whenever the opportunity arises. A born leader, Momo takes delight in imparting knowledge to others, and her adaptable Quirk adds to her versatility.

Despite her multifaceted qualities, Momo's spotlight has dimmed since her journey of self-confidence following the Sports Festival. Her subsequent on-screen presence primarily revolves around work studies or lighthearted interactions with classmates. With her history largely undisclosed, a dedicated Momo spinoff could explore the depths of her upbringing and childhood experiences, providing an enriching perspective on her character.


4. Shota Aizawa

Shota Aizawa

Initially portrayed as a stern instructor, Shota Aizawa's true concern lies in nurturing the potential of the next hero generation. Behind his no-nonsense façade, he genuinely strives for their success. Modest and unassuming despite his formidable abilities, Aizawa remains grounded and exhibits unwavering confidence in his students.

By the time Aizawa enters viewers' purview, he's already an adept Pro Hero, fully in command of his abilities and deeply connected to his students. A spinoff dedicated to the Erasure hero could offer deeper insight into his formative years—a period characterized by self-doubt and the quest to channel his Quirk effectively. Such a narrative would enrich his character's development, showcasing his evolution from uncertainty to mastery.






3. Nejire Hado

Nejire Hado

Nejire Hado, a prominent member of U.A. High's Big Three, possesses a remarkable intellect that harmonizes seamlessly with her Quirk's augmentation of mobility and strength. Her spirited and uninhibited demeanor translates into a genuine enthusiasm for learning, which she eagerly imparts to others. This childlike delight in sharing knowledge contributes to her advancement as a Pro Hero-in-training.

Despite her prestigious position among the Big Three, which includes Mirio and Tamaki, Nejire has yet to receive a comparable share of the spotlight as her male counterparts. A dedicated Nejire spinoff could illuminate the journey that led to her inclusion among U.A.'s elite trio, offering insight into the formation of the Big Three and affording Nejire and her Quirk the recognition they deserve.


2. Katsuki Bakugo

Katsuki Bakugo

Katsuki Bakugo, the series' deuteragonist, stands as a testament to substantial character growth within My Hero Academia. Emerging initially as an abrasive, overconfident bully, Bakugo's evolution has been transformative, warranting his title as a genuine hero. His reconciliation with Izuku and the emergence of their true friendship exemplify this journey.

Beyond his fiery temperament, Bakugo demonstrates a responsible side and a versatile skill set, even extending to culinary talents. In envisioning a spinoff series for Bakugo, emphasis could be placed on facets that humanize him—those often overshadowed—such as his softer interests and intimate connections like his relationship with Eijiro Kirishima. Such a narrative could further round out his character, revealing dimensions that frequently remain unexplored.


1. All Might & Sir Nighteye

All Might & Sir Nighteye

The dynamic between All Might and Sir Nighteye has consistently intrigued fans. Their interactions on My Hero Academia carry an undercurrent of deep history and unresolved tensions. This nuanced relationship serves as a compelling foundation for a potential spin-off delving into their partnership.

Given that fans have primarily witnessed All Might's solo battles, the prospect of exploring his collaborative efforts with Nighteye holds substantial allure. Additionally, unearthing the intricacies of Sir Nighteye's Foresight Quirk and its application could add an enjoyable layer to the story. A spin-off centered around their shared experiences would undoubtedly captivate audiences, shedding light on an uncharted chapter of the My Hero Academia universe.

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