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My Hero Academia Gives Midnight MVP Award After Season 6’s Newest Episode

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My Hero Academia has only gotten more intense as Season 6 of the anime continues the fight between the heroes and the Paranormal Liberation Front, and the newest episode has made sure to give Midnight the MVP award for the episode following her intense moment in the spotlight! The heroes have been running into one problem after another since the new season began, but things have gotten much worse. Not only is Tomura Shigaraki much stronger than they had ever expected to deal with, but Gigantomachia is now on the battlefield doing his best to rush to his master’s side in order to help. 

With many of the top heroes still dealing with Shigaraki directly, and those at Jaku also still dealing with the stronger members of the Paranormal Liberation Front, this left only a few heroes who could help against trying to stop Gigantomachia. Mt. Lady was doing her best to help slow him down, but Midnight attempts to jump into the fray as well before she’s surprised by the fact that Dabi and the rest of the League of Villains were hitching a ride on the monster’s back: 

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As Midnight tries to stop Gigantomachia by putting the monster to sleep by her power, she’s suddenly caught in Dabi’s flames as the heroes didn’t notice that the League of Villains members were all riding on the monster’s back. Though Midnight makes it through this fiery attack, she’s pushed back by Mr. Compress, who summons up a few pieces of debris that caught her in mid-air and send her tumbling towards the ground more damaged than before. 

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Midnight is injured severely by this attack, and as a group of villains starts rushing towards her she musters up enough to give orders to Momo Yaoyorozu and the other students to put the monster to sleep and run away from the battle after. It’s a bad place to leave the hero given that she’s alone and likely far too injured to fight back, but unfortunately for now her seemingly final moments have been honored by the series’ fans leading into the rest of the war. 

How do you feel about Midnight’s role in My Hero Academia‘s newest episode? Did she earn her MVP spot in Season 6? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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