My hero university has made a major update to the alien heroes of the world operating outside of Japan with the latest chapter in the series! The threat of All For One and Tomura Shigaraki has grown far beyond Japan’s reach as the country descends into utter chaos in the wake of the Paranormal Liberation Front war. It had raised the question of how the rest of the world viewed the country, and fans got this answer when the number one hero of the United States of America got him moving and decided to fight Shigaraki in a battle. frontal.
This clash between the American superhero and the monster of Japan unfortunately claimed the lives of Star and Stripe in the fight, and as expected, such an occasion essentially ended in an international incident. For as foreign heroes from other countries watched Japan and potentially decided to take a step based on what their respective countries had decided, following the death of Star and Stripe, a new update reveals that help from other countries is no longer an option. Everyone will just keep theirs from now on.
Chapter 334 of the series explores the fallout from Star and Stripe’s death at the hands of Shigaraki and as the hunt for him has resumed, the other countries have decided to forgo potentially helping Japan and are now turning in on themselves. to protect himself. Star and Stripe was considered the strongest hero in the world thanks to the power of his New Order quirk, and if such a hero could die in a fight with the villain, then those other countries wouldn’t take any chances.
Considering everything they had to think about before Star and Stripe died, sending their potential heroes and protectors to help Japan (and possibly die) doesn’t seem like a smart move. Losing a hero could change the world’s power dynamics even further than it currently does (something America now has to contend with without its own number one hero), and that’s something. that Japan and the rest of the world will have to reckon with. as they plan what to do against an increasingly powerful villain.
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