My Hero Academia Teases a Happy Ending for Toga and Ochaco in New PV

My Hero Academia just shared a 'What If' video where Toga and Ochaco become best friends and have a happy ending.

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My Hero Academia is well-known for its heroes, but it also has some memorable bad guys. The League of Villains has some standout members, including Dabi and Spinner. Among them, Toga is one of the most popular characters. Now, there's a new preview (PV) in the series that shows Toga having a happy ending with Ochaco by her side.

A new video was just released in Japan today to celebrate the latest My Hero Academia volume. In this video, they imagine a different world where Toga didn't become a villain. Instead, she found a friend in Ochaco and they are shown together in the video, which is quite touching. You can watch the video below:

In this video, you can see how Toga and Ochaco, from My Hero Academia, start off as enemies because of their different roles as a hero and a villain. Society believes that heroes and villains can never get along. However, in the final part of the show, Ochaco manages to break down this barrier.

During their last battle, Ochaco expressed her admiration for Toga and her desire to be friends, despite Toga's past crimes. Ochaco even found Toga cute. This confession solidified their friendship. Unfortunately, by the time Toga realized Ochaco's feelings, it was too late.

In this sweet PV, Toga gets the kind of life many people wish she could have had. Toga's different way of looking at things made her an easy victim of unkindness, and that mistreatment led her to join the League of Villains. But in this 'what if' world, Ochaco manages to rescue Toga from that destiny by being kind and accepting. Fans of My Hero Academia are getting emotional over this idea.

If you haven't kept up with My Hero Academia, you can easily watch it online. The popular anime is available on Hulu and Crunchyroll, while you can read the My Hero Academia manga on the Shonen Jump app. If you want more information about My Hero Academia, you can check out the official synopsis below:

"Izuku has dreamt of being a hero all his life-a lofty goal for anyone, but especially challenging for a kid with no superpowers. That's right, in a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of super-powered "quirk," Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that's not enough to stop him from enrolling in one of the world's most prestigious hero academies."

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