MHA Season 6 Proves the League of Villains Works Best Alone


The League of Villains has always thrived better as a small guerrilla unit, and recent events in My Hero Academia Season 6 continue to prove this.

The following contains spoilers for My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 6, “Encounter 2”, now streaming on Crunchyroll, Funimation and Hulu.

Unlike most anime villain groups, My Hero Academia’s League of Villains didn’t have a concrete agenda to pursue at their inception. They were a group of misfits and ne’er-do-wells who…

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