Originally, the League of Villains' main goal is to bring down All Might, preferably in some public way that would send ripples.
Anytime Neito is anywhere near Class 1-A, it doesn't take him long to begin riling them up or mocking them.
After the Hero Killer puts Iida's older brother Ingenium out of commission, Iida goes on a revenge-fueled hunt for the villain.
Tsuyu Asui is a type of My Hero Academia character who has a Quirk that grants her access to all the same power.
She begins her introduction by stating, "Life is too hard! I just want to make it easier to live in this dumb world."
Gran Torino realizes that Izuku has placed All Might on a pedestal, and it's limiting his growth.
Midnight is known as the R-rated hero, which immediately prompts viewers to ask why she's allowed to act as a high school teacher.
Inko is a caring, kind mother who means well, but she also has a lot of anxiety about letting Izuku do hero work.
From the day that Bakugo develops his Quirk, he also begins to develop an extreme superiority complex.
While not technically a catchphrase, one of Izuku's most recurring characteristics is that he's easily driven to tears.