My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 6 Title: An Unpleasant Talk.
The release date of My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 6 is November 23, 2019.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 6 English Subbed
My Hero Academia Season 4
- Type: TV
- Episodes: Unknown
- Status: Not yet aired
- Aired: Oct 12, 2019 to ?
- Premiered: Fall 2019
- Broadcast: Saturdays at 17:30 (JST)
- Producers: TOHO animation, Shueisha
- Licensors: None found, add some
- Studios: Bones
- Source: Manga
- Genres: Action, Comedy, Super Power, School, Shounen
- Duration: Unknown
- Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 5
When he stood up against muscular he protected the boy behind him, he did not falter. He did not fall even though he knew he might die in any moment.
He still fought on to his very last and he did win. But even then he stood up against something that not many of his age would be able to stand up against.
And when you look at the details of this episode, it’s very clear that this is very similar to that Krishna became a hero. He stood before a villain that and in all honesty would scare many specially newcomers someone that isn’t aware of just how frightening it can be to be up against basically a villain that has this ability.
That can even like hurt your cork, you know, the tradition about his court be able to harden his body. You know, even though it seems like it’s very strong, he witnessed firsthand before he went into his maximum overdrive his unbreakable mode that he got actually cut, which would put anyone into some mental distress.
So seeing how that happened, he stood his ground and did not falter and charged his opponent really says what type of person he is. But also once again, he became an official hero.
You could say you’re a hero, you could train to be a hero, but it doesn’t mean you’re a hero until you prove your actions and that’s kind of what the fundamentals of stains entire ideology was, like, you know, he hated people that were just saying they were hero, but they really weren’t. Because just because you get your license doesn’t mean you’re a hero. You have to prove your actions and that’s what you know, easy to did and clear as day that you know, critiques you but did the exact same theme within this episode.
So I just I really like the you know, the similarity. These between both I think many might actually really enjoy this episode for the sheer fact that charisma for him to be I guess someone that doesn’t really have a standout cork let’s say someone like Bako total Roki or ease of who he is still really interesting especially with how he tries to come to terms with how uninteresting his cork really is in the grand scheme of things because when you think of the ability to harden your body to literally make it like rock hard to where you can’t do anything I just realized upon I did there Forgive me No pun intended, basically, you know, being able to harden your body completely. It makes it to where, you know, it doesn’t seem interesting.
It’s like okay, it’s a basic work you’re just making yourself basically like more durable to where you can take more damage. And when you see how he talks about this within this episode, how he’s talked about it and even season three and how he feels very upset about it. Basically he seems like he’s more along the lines acting very sad or upset because he wasn’t blessed with a you know, a flash Corker blessed with something that you know, could really stand out and really help them in any given situation, because he starts to talk about, you know how he can’t really have a special move.
And when you think about it, it does make sense why he would come to that conclusion when it because someone like let’s say, Oh, my UE has, you know, the United States of smash, it’s a massive punch that goes in and we saw what it did against all for one, we know for a fact that when it comes to using ultimate move, super moves, etc. It needs to have some form of flashy entrance and all that and Krishna realizes because of the way his cork works, there’s just not something like that he really can do.
The only thing he really has at his disposal is to literally make his work even harder than it was and increase his durability but in turn the cause of just how simplistic and basic that is. It really I think will just really make people enjoy this episode, but also respect Reshma as a character because it uses a trope that is something that you would see constantly from Shonan, but in a good way, and this is something I really love.
About hornik Oh, she’s writing the big things he likes to do that you can see from already this point in time from the enemy is that he likes to kind of subvert shown in cliches.
But at the same time you shown in cliches in a way that is very tasteful. For instance, he likes to throw a lot of shown a cliches maybe on villains, and then he likes to have it to where the heroes at some point, subvert expectations when it comes to the shown in cliches you would have and sometimes they can be similar, but they’re very different fundamentally, and you’re like, Whoa, this is kind of crazy. And when you look at Chris uma, he does follow the similar trope you would see from a Shonan.
He’s like, Okay if my best isn’t the best, I try harder. If my punch doesn’t work. I hit harder, you know, it’s something that’s like, Okay, fine. Yeah, you hit harder. It’s basic. It’s something you would see in a Shonan, but it really kind of make sense your record he was you know, entire character with you know, what his cork is, the only thing he can do is that and he has to do that or he has to give up and obviously, he doesn’t want to give up which kind of leads into his person.
We get some characterizations, character development with him within the episode which I want to dive right into. So not getting in into any spoilers whatsoever.
So don’t worry animal means you can see briefly from the moment he actually saved the day and he was using his cork and all that and people are cheering them on etc. You see how he puts his head down? And you see how he starts to think about whatever happened the past and you can obviously see that he’s thinking of something that he potentially fell that or he couldn’t do in the past. And he realized that he messed up. And that’s it.
And you could just see how in that moment, he was very conflicted with emotions, you could just see he was really troubled by something that happened in the past, he felt something he wasn’t able to do something. And it might have gone along with what was stated earlier on in the episode how people are kind of viewing him like a coward. And that’s kind of what it looked like and that may go along with what his character represents right now.
But getting into the big point, though, is that it’s basically shown that he has moved on for whatever has grappled him in the past whatever is holding on to him and made him really either scared upset etc he has changed since then or maybe it’s a complete reversal and maybe hasn’t changed at all and he realized he hasn’t changed. It’s one of those two that it could potentially be but just really cool to see just you know the little details here and there that phone out and giving a lot of characterizations development degree Shema. But enough with that, even though his overall diamond is unbreakable, tight former rock red Riot is an unbreakable form.
It’s very nice to see there is another character that actually should be talked about. It should be in the spotlight for this episode, and I want to get right into it. Sanader, my boy Tamaki, he is such an amazing character on so many different levels, and I cannot wait to see more of him as this anime season progresses.
And I’m just going to be honest with you. It’s really hard for someone like him to compete against a character like toga because he’s a part of the victory Thomas he is a part of the victory hollow is and toga victory, you know, introduced at the end of the previous season, it kind of reminded once again in this episode, but Tamaki obviously someone that’s kind of in the shadows he’s not that ground he’s someone that doesn’t stand out as much as toga.
Toga has this lively personality he’s always like power and all that stuff you know always acting very excitable and so when you see his character around someone, let’s say like Tamaki donkey, kind of he just down on the bottom he just doesn’t seem like anyone exciting you just seem someone that has kind of like a, you know, a personality trait to where he’s very scared, shy and doesn’t have self-confidence.
And then you see what someone like hot Oh, she’s just very assertive constantly asking questions, you know, quirky in a way so she also stands out as well. Maybe not to a good degree in some people’s eyes, but she does stand out at the very least in comparison to Tamaki Because like I said he’s in the background he doesn’t really like to you know be noticed he you know, yes self-confidence issues.
That’s pretty much what you can gather from this episode and from the introduction of the Big Three at the end of season three.
So I mean, I feel like Tamaki is going to be a heavily underrated character because he has some really strong contenders to go up against I’m not even counting the main cast of characters like you know, our main classroom of characters. I just talking about the big three when you compare him to someone I caught Oh, and compare him to someone like Toyota. It’s really hard.
But when you see him in this episode, his quirk is really outlandish in a way and it has so much potential there. It really just makes you wonder what he could be capable of. So let’s get into it. So briefly from what was described within this episode, is that Tama keys cork works by whatever he eats whatever he managed to eat in that given day. He gains those properties from that creature to us as his court.
So you see how he talks about how he eats clams every single day, he makes sure to use cleanse every single day for, you know, defensive and attack power, which means that he can use in different ways so that that’s really helpful for him when he eats chicken, which gives him kind of like, you know, chicken or bird-like feet.
And he could also use it maybe for wings, if he ate chicken wings, etc. You know, you can see how he has octopus tentacles come out of his fingers, which means you know, he ate octopus.
It’s a very unique cork. It’s very unique. And it’s very powerful if you really know how to utilize it. And once again, you are what you eat. Basically, that’s kind of what his court emphasizes. And if he ate something just truly incredible, he can really make a mix-match of a real crazy combination. And that really kind of makes you start to wonder. And this is something I remember mentioning, when I got to this chapter when you know, reading my Hero Academia and I saw sunnier for the first time, you know, Tamaki I remember stating, a wonder if his cork works if he actually ate somebody Now, I know that’s probably never going to happen.
But like, it really does make you wonder, since technically eating an animal would give him those properties and he’s able to utilize it any other way like either use technicals, maybe they eat from an octopus, etc.
You know, if theoretically, he wants to eat, let’s say, hypothetically, you know, he’s a coup, would he gain the temporary quirk of one for all? Like what he do that would that happen? See, the point I’m getting at is we don’t really know how atomic he’s cork works. And it does make you wonder if he was a villain, and he was to, let’s say, be a cannibal. What would necessarily happen there? So there’s a lot of questions I’ve always had about that. But his cork has a lot of utility, it’s able to allow him to pretty much go up against any opponent he wants, because if he’s going up against someone that has like a water-related cork, and you know, he needs something to be able to chase after this opponent that’s using water related cork, he needs to just eat seafood that’s able to have gills and he gets gills he can go underwater.
You know, he could get you know, some form of Flight creature to be able to fly and chase after a villainous flying away. You know if you need something to be able to move very fast you need something to do that can move fast like a cheetah or whatever. So it’s basically trying to state that he can be a good against any opponent as long as if he has proper time to prep or he eats properly, he will be able to continuously go up against any opponent he wants. And it’s kind of crazy honestly just how his court is.
So yeah, I feel like you know, he gets outshined. And he does even mention that kind of like how cruddy Shema and toga tell are like the sun and it’s kind of ironic when you think about what his you know hero name is he’s called sun eater so it’s fascinating to see how what he mentioned in this episode that you know, Krishna and token to shine light the sun while he has a name like sun eater, but it’s kind of ironic, honestly, especially when you look at his personality. So um, with that along the way, though.
Let’s talk about the ending sequence with ease. You can see how the pressure and the pain that easy to felt from being basically felling as a hero is weighing heavily on his mind. And it’s not just the fact of what happened with all my and night I it is airy. And you can see how he’s just constantly worrying about it thinking about it because he realized he let a little girl continuously potentially suffer.
And he didn’t do anything about it, he could have saved her and he didn’t really have the strength for the the ability to save her in that moment, because it would have caused a lot more problems. So it’s just weighing heavily on his mind, he basically failed to do the very thing he always wants to do, which is save people when they cry out for help, and he could not do that.
So you can see this is really just making easy to constantly you don’t worry, he’s stressing out and you can just see how he continues to talk about this even towards the end of the episode. If there’s one last scene to really get into before I wrap up this video. Let’s talk about the main plot going forward, what’s being set up here and what has been done.
So obviously there’s Things are introduced, we have a two, like, I guess drugs that were used to either deactivate or court or also strengthen a court. And it’s something that is relatively crazy to think about because something like this does make sense technically, in a world that is kind of run by heroes and villains, you know, of course, definitely are going to probably have, you know, maybe something that can really amplify them or something that can kind of make them lowered to a such a degree to where they may be non existent.
And you can see clearly from the way this episode is, you know, showcasing it is that a drug that’s able to enhance corks, has been around for a long time fat gum himself even mentioned that it’s something that isn’t relatively new. It’s been on the market and been around the world for a very long time. So they have seen this it’s been done and gone, it’s not going away, but they do know about it. However, a drug that’s able to completely remove and suppress a cork is not something they’ve ever seen before, which is obviously tying into whatever overhauls group is doing since sugared up.
He mentioned it towards him at the middle half of this episode. So whatever is going on, it’s definitely kind of crazy to think that overhaul is inventing something that is able to literally suppress the cork. That’s creepy that scary. And that could really lead to a lot of repercussions especially if you was the hit, let’s say the best heroes the top 10 best heroes with something like that it would definitely make a really horrible situation because then villains would really start to rise up.
So uh, yeah, I mean, it’s crazy to think about which by the way, I want to give a little bit of a fun fact for anyone that isn’t aware of this if you’re a margarita or even anime only in the vigilante spin off the longer you know, equivalent, you know, the spin-off that takes one year prior to my Hero Academia, which you know, like I said, you don’t really need to read it.