The villain Dabi has been one of the most mysterious to date among those who participated in Tomura Shigaraki's plan to overthrow My Hero Academia society. Presenting himself with various burns all over his body, the character has given off that aura of mystery that has only been partially removed recently with some revelations.

Dabi is Touya Todoroki, the eldest son of Endeavor and Rei, and is believed to have died in an accident with his own quirk. Exposing the truth during the war made Enji Todoroki vulnerable and heartbroken, but the hero's family joined him in the hospital and started a flashback with Todoroki's family history.

My Hero Academia 302 continues the story of these fragments of the pastResumption of the night after Touya's attempted attack on Shoto. Endeavor has decided to separate Shoto's life from that of the other brothers, while Rei accuses the man of not being a true hero. Years later, life seems to be going smoothly, Shoto has to train from his father while Touya plays with his brothers. But the boy's gaze grows dark. The eldest son tries to talk to Natsuo, who does not yet understand the situation, while his mother tries to convince Touya to look beyond the heroic career. But Touya verbally attacks her and accuses her.

Meanwhile, with puberty reached that Touya's body develops and starts sending out blue flames. He secretly trains on a hill, developing his strength and asking his father at home to see the power he can radiate and telling him again not to be a failure. Endeavor takes it back on Rei, but that night Touya unleashes his flames without being able to stop them. Everything ignites on the hill, while the family watches everything from the house, disturbed.

In the present, Rei warns Endeavor that sin should be shared during this time Shoto asks his father to take care of Dabi together. The chapter of My Hero Academia ends with Hawks and Best Jeanist hearing everything from outside the room. Chapter 303 will be a regular hit on Weekly Shonen Jump and MangaPlus on the last Sunday in February.

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