of characters, My Hero Academia has presented many. However, under the eyes of the public, there are always the villains of the manga. Among them, Tomura Shigaraki, the main antagonist who poses the greatest threat to humanity, is one of the most interesting and controversial characters of the series.

His thirst for destruction and his aim to destroy the existing world they are central to the storyline of My Hero Academia. Tomura Shigaraki is the leader of the League of Villains, a group of individuals trying to overthrow the superhero system and create a new world based on their vision. Shigaraki has a troubled past and a deep hatred for the system that hurt him, and these feelings have led him to desire the total destruction of all that exists.

All of this reappeared in My Hero Academia 379, a chapter that brought back Shigaraki's feelings after All for One took over his body. Defending his core of hate that The young villain from My Hero Academia managed to take back control and to thwart his master while revealing his true goal. While All for One dreams of regaining lost control of Japan and the world, the white-haired boy's goal is quite different.

Tomura Shigaraki's goal is to destroy the existing worldto destroy everything that led to the creation of the house he grew up in, the family he killed because of his Quirk, a revelation that confirms the villain's destructive mentality. His determination to carry out this mission makes him a character that is both disturbing and intriguing at the same time.

On his way, however, he finds Deku throwing himself at Shigaraki at his own peril in the same chapter. Now the two face off, with the My Hero Academia cliffhanger promising a new fight between the two, and this time there are no limits.

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