first_img Top Movie and TV Trailers to Watch From SDCC 2019Toy Tuesday: The Best ‘My Hero Academia’ Toys Though there’s a ton we know about the heroes of My Hero Academia, there’s still a lot we don’t know, too. Some of those include what some of our favorite characters’ faces actually look like, or what their true identities may be. That’s why the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump delivered some interesting tea, especially when it comes to Endeavor and Hawks. Following the fight with the Nomu called High-End, we’ve been wondering if the hero Enji Todoroki has a little something extra on his face to go along with those dashing good looks.The answer is yes, and, well, he looks a lot like his son. Endeavor survived the Nomu fight, but now he’s also got a huge scar on his face thanks to High-End. It’s all thanks to Recovery Girl that he’s alive to tell the tale, however, even though his face is now worse for the wear. You can check out how he looks now below, and honestly, it’s not that bad! Like father, like son, right? Well that’s ironic pic.twitter.com/46LFSLk0FT— Your Anime Guy (@YourAnimeGuy) July 31, 2018My Hero Academia continues to dazzle readers with each new chapter, and its anime series’s popularity certainly isn’t letting up, either. If you haven’t been around for the action, here’s the skinny: the anime follows one Izuku Midoriya, who was born in a world where everyone has their own superpowers without one of his own. It’s called a quirk, and Midoriya was born without one. Luckily, his hero All Might has something to say about that, and Izuku ends up with his very own quirk after quite some time – that’s something you’ll just have to learn about as the story progresses, though.AdChoices广告What do you think about Endeavor’s new look? Does it suit him? Make sure you let us know in the comments below! We’re very curious about its potential appeal.Looking for more amazing anime to watch? Check out our roundup of 11 forgotten series from the 90s.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more