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Bakugo confess his feelings to Deku : Chapter 322



Bakugo confess his feelings to Deku : Chapter 322 

All right guys so this latest chapter of my hero academia was a very special one, I mean this was no doubt one of the most important chapters in the history of the series this far as it addresses concepts presented to us with the very first chapter and introduces some pretty interesting implications for the remainder of the story if you are really enjoying my here academia right now.

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MHA: Chapter 322

The previous chapter having apprehended the villain known as dictator during the very beginning of their encounter with Deku, Kirishima, Invisible girl and Aoyama would pass him off to Endeavour before being instructed to join hawks and the others to keep the area secure now hawks would actually propose the possibility of just having Basina secure Deku but in seeing the determination of these students endeavor would tell him not to let anyone interfere from there with Deku encased in his pillar of ice shot call out to him questioning if this could possibly be the very state that all for one wants Deku in that he may very well take this opportunity to attack U.A. from here now begging his friend to let them join in the fight alongside him but now utterly consumed by the words of all for one and the burden of his quirk.

 Deku would break free from the ice telling them all that this fight was strictly between one for all and all for one the rest of them could not possibly keep up and he was out of there as Deku fled we would have Vanetta who would be thrown by sue grab hold of him as well now telling him that it wasn’t his power that made him special then actually breaking the internet by saying that he had fallen for him because even when Deku was horribly scared he still managed to find a way forwards with everyone anyway now in regards to the bisexual implications a number of people have accredited this instance to being absolutely have your fun if that’s your takeaway sure I for one do not believe that is a literal sentiment being expressed here as it is a bit of a contextual reach but again take it as you will but from there Uraraka could not even get the words out before Deku would use his false 100 power to jettison away but everyone was ready for this as in combining a number of their abilities they were able to continue giving chase to him as Bakugo blasted off he couldn’t help but think of all the things he needed to say to Deku but for the time being the one best suited for this level of speed was none other than their class president Ida as in midair Ida would grab hold of Deku’s hand all of his friends refused to let him go and the pain of solitude was hard for Deku to deny with this latest shadow as Ida clutched onto his hand Deku knew that he needed to let go however he could not call forth the strength to do so a combination of not actually wanting to and the sheer level of exhaustion he was experiencing Uraraka would then release the effects of her quirk causing the two to begin hurtling downwards as Ida would worry if they could land safely then noticing Kirishima on the ground and the impact from that high up was major but even still geta love the hustle and endurance of Kirishima man as he would catch it too and refuse to fall over now Kirishima in the previous chapter also expressed a desire to speak to Deku and right here he would manage to do so by saying that he remembered a story on the news once about a boy around his age who’d rushed in to save his friend from a villain and question and confirm that that was in fact Deku of course referring to the sledge villain incident in which Deku went to save bakugou what was no doubt a very impactful moment for Kirishima to hear about as when faced by a similar predicament himself albeit with a far more dangerous villain and no heroes on the scene he inversely froze in fear and Kirishima would then express that being a hero has nothing to do with being especially strong or special that more than anything.

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It was his attitude back then that is the key which certainly reminds me of the sentiments expressed by crimson riot Kirishima heroic inspiration in regards to his own gender-neutral perspective on manliness as a concept and Ida would then say that Kirishima was there at just the right time which Kirishima would then respond to by saying that it was sheer coincidence as Endeavour had ordered them to go in this direction in the first place but just then all of their fellow classmates would make their way over and at that Mina Ashido would be the first one to speak now telling Deku to cut it out with all that alone stuff and just come back with them as she wanted them all to be able to go back to having classes together from there Deku would stumble to his feet stepping away from Kirishima and Ida as he would express that he would love to return but is just far too dangerous that there are just so many people at U.A. and he does not want to cause them any more trouble and it was clear that Deku was willing to continue resisting here as he would begin to outstretch some tired-looking tendrils of black whip from his body saying that he could not go back to how he was before but it was then that bakugou would approach he’d begin by asking Deku if he remembered what he had told him after he was stabbed by Shigaraki but Deku didn’t remember which I’m not surprised by at all seeing as how he flew into such an all-consuming rage at the time but bakugou would repeat don’t even think about winning this alone after saying this his body moved on its own and he was impaled in dedusted but regardless he knew that he needed to tell Deku those words what could have very well been his final words he continued by saying that he had always looked down on Deku for being quirkless but despite Deku always being far behind him he couldn’t shake the feeling that somehow Deku was miles ahead of him as horikoshi would then provide us with a visual of them being children in this instance something that he seems to be doing a lot more lately but yeah bakugou would admit to hating that feeling a feeling he did not want at all and one that he refused to recognize as such saying that it is the very reason why he grew so distant from Deku and so thoroughly bullied him and mind you all of class 1a is here listening to this so yeah this is the real deal it takes a whole lot for a character like bakugou to do something like this let alone in front of so many people now with them visually at the point of middle school bakugou would say that he opposed Deku and constantly tried to express his superiority over him but in the end he always lost that furthermore after getting into U/.A. literally nothing went as he thought it would that he’d from then on spent his days trying to figure out Deku’s strengths and weaknesses and at this point he would admit that it is probably meaningless telling him all this but it’s truly how he feels as he would actually address Deku by his name Izuku Midoriya he had done up to this point as he would then lower his head through this downpour of rain and i mean Deku like myself in reading this was at a loss for words here but Bakugo was not finished he’d also say that the path Deku had undergone as the successor of one for all is precisely what almighty did and so in that sense it wasn’t necessarily wrong but even still the reality of the situation was that he could barely manage you stand by his lonesome right now that in the end his ideals could only carry him so far that if there is anything in his way making his path difficult he could always count on them for help that in order to surpass his idol all might they would have to protect U.A. and the civilians in there together that this was the only way forward and in hearing all of this Deku’s resistance would actually dissipate as he would realize just how far ahead everyone else was in their consideration of all of this again he’d repeat to himself you guys can’t keep up as he would begin to fall he’d apologize for saying such a horrible thing to them but before he could even hit the ground Bakugo was there to catch him and say that he knows and with that they had him wow that was heavy that was special i mean there is so much to unpack there that it deserves a video of its own so look forward to that but furthermore notice how so many of these characters have had their moments their intense moments with Deku during this conflict however despite an attempt Uraraka has yet to do so just yet but best believe her time is coming but Momo now speaking to her would say that although they had managed to complete the first step things will only become that much more difficult from now on which Uraraka would agree to now some time later Deku would begin to regain consciousness then awakening to the words of the hero 13. her helmet was now off now revealing her face for the first time and she looks pretty simple here but she would go on to explain that right now most civilians were moving to various evacuation centers the ones remaining outside were anti-hero vigilantes and extremists that became violent alongside the prison escapees however the number of anti-hero civilians in each evacuation center was increasing due to their exhaustion now the extremists tend to work in groups making them pretty easy to catch for the heroes and so as evacuations continue it becomes easier and easier to avoid both groups out in the streets now everyone was doing their part for the sake of improving the overall situation and truly Deku solo escapades did seriously help the heroes and police tremendously and right now U.A. looked entirely different it actually looked even more secure than Tartarus so much so that Deku could not believe his eyes and Sarah would then explain that the U.A. barrier was currently in place with the wall only being a glimpse at what it is truly capable of which then prompted invisible girl to elaborate a bit to say that the security system is really something as it even connects to Shiketsu High School and Deku really wanted to live up to the expectations of his friends here but he would express that going back simply was not an option for him as very clearly it was pretty noisy inside and from here we would have a ton of civilians rejecting Deku’s entrance and they would cry out that the rumor of a boy shigaraki was after must be him and Deku’s expression here was an empty one president mike was now on a megaphone which says a lot if he needed one trying his best to calm them down to no avail they’ll cry out that the principal guaranteed their safety that they had left their homes for the sake of that guarantee and so Deku being here was like a ticking time bomb with them at the very same time that if they are going to hide him hide him somewhere else that isn’t U.A. as to this Deku would simply begin to leave without a word but just then to continue this trend of hand-holding Uraraka would grab hold of Deku hand.
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MHA: Chapter 322- Uraraka would grab hold of Deku hand
She would then tell him not to worry about it they would not let go of him again and they could not as to close out this chapter again the most pressing question of Uraraka’s existence in the story who will save heroes when they are in trouble would be considered but yeah that was the chapter what an emotional experience that was i mean sure with the previous chapter discussion we played around the idea of Deku apologizing but truthfully i did not expect it here and now but it is just so major for the growth of these characters and their overall dynamic now in regards to the civilians it is just so bold to me that they would not only refuse a child but also refuse him refuge in the school that he literally attends that is actually so wild to me and i get it with the situation all but damn when faced by trying circumstances it is unsettling to see just how ugly people can be in the midst of tragedy but with the whole convincing Deku thing officially being over do me a favor and bear in mind that only two members of class 1a did not get a chance to convey their feelings towards Deku invisible girl and Aoyama and listen there are a lot of these characters man it is hard to give them all their moment i understand that but to have gotten stuff from characters like Koda and Todoroki who i can’t even think of a single notable interaction involving them i mean come on Todoroki literally had to have something off screen brought up about food coloring and so i cannot see how it is not the least bit strange that a character like Aoyama who is deeply related to Deku in the past was not given such an opportunity take it as you will but the real ones already know how we feel about Aoyama over here and in that sense invisible girl is looking like a mystery to me which makes sense hard to draw someone entirely when you can’t see them i suppose again that bakugou character development is straight up immaculate and i am so excited to see where we go from here in that regard.
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Terminator Zero



Terminator Zero

The Terminator franchise is one of the longest-standing pillars of science fiction, exciting audiences with constant action, complex character development, and themes since day one. In this respect, when news broke for “Terminator Zero” as the upcoming entry in this beloved franchise, the internet was set ablaze by feverish musings. What follows is some background info on the franchise, such as the concept and setting of “Terminator Zero,” its plot unfoldings, themes, visuals, and the possible impact of the movie.

Background of the Terminator Franchise

Overview of the Franchise

In 1984, the journey of the Terminator Saga began by James Cameron’s blockbuster “The Terminator,” within the domain of which it harbored a cyborg assassin in T-800 and human resistance in the unyielding person of Sarah Connor and her son John Connor. Since then, this franchise has expanded to as many sequels, TV shows, comic books, and video games as possible, building up an immense tapestry about man versus machine.

Key Themes and Elements

Central to the Terminator series are themes of artificial intelligence, the ethical implications of technology, and the struggle for humanity’s survival against seemingly insurmountable odds. These themes are explored through intense action sequences, memorable characters, and a dark, dystopian vision of the future.


What is Terminator Zero?

Concept and Setting

“Terminator Zero” is the newest model of creation within the Terminator universe, designed with intents to further flesh out lore while adding new elements and characters. “Terminator Zero” is set in a timeline that occurs before the first movies and narrates the dawn of organized human resistance and the first tries of developing the Skynet AI system.

Connection to the Existing Franchise

While “Terminator Zero” will set up new characters with new storylines, it is inherently part of the existing franchise, delving into the origins of Skynet, the most fearsome AI system against humanity, and providing one with a view of the early stages of resistance that paved the way for the gigantic battles in earlier works.

Plot and Storyline

Main Plot Points

The plot of “Terminator Zero” deals with the discovery of the nascent Skynet project by a cell of early resistance fighters. While trying to sabotage the AI before it comes under its own power, they encounter some rather daunting obstacles, including advanced prototypes for the Terminator units that will become so infamous in the future. The story will balance high-stakes action with deeper explorations into the motivations and struggles of the characters.


Terminator Zero

Key Characters

  • Alex Carter: A former military officer turned resistance leader, Alex is determined to stop Skynet at any cost.
  • Dr. Elena Reyes: A brilliant scientist who originally worked on the Skynet project but becomes a crucial ally to the resistance when she realizes the dangers of her creation.
  • : An early model of the shape-shifting Terminator, posing a significant threat to the resistance fighters.

Themes and Motifs

Technology and Humanity

“Terminator Zero” will more deeply show the sophisticated alliance between technology and humanity. It is going to argue some moral issues of using artificial intelligence and certain dangers of allowing highly developed technologies to get into the wrong hands.

Survival and Resistance

At its core, “Terminator Zero” is a story of survival and resistance. The struggle of the characters against an impending threat of artificial intelligence serves as a parallel to the human spirit’s capacity for resilience and will in the wake of existential danger.

Visuals and Special Effects

Cinematic Style

The cinematic style of “Terminator Zero” will still be familiar to grounds that founded the franchise, delivering dark and gritty visuals representative of a world in desolation—just a few steps from technological apocalypse. The film will blend practical effects with state-of-the-art CGI for Pindy and realistic action.

Technology and Effects

Because of how modern the technology for visual effects currently is, there will be a lot of truly great special effects in “Terminator Zero,” an extra special regard to the representations of early Terminator models and the growing Skynet system. These visuals will further the storytelling by bringing to life the high-tech elements of a plot.


Anticipated Reception and Impact

Fan Expectations

For the “Terminator Zero” movie, the Terminator series-established fanbase wants a movie that moves the franchise’s legacy further by being soaked in the sci-fi and action movie legacy of the previous ones while instilling new thrills in telling an exciting story. The initial word-of-mouth raises feelings of excitement over the possibility of this film’s ability to stretch the lore of the Terminator and flesh out new facets in the story.

Potential Influence on the Franchise

If it works, “Terminator Zero” could very well set the course for the future of this angst-ridden franchise. It will open the way for more prequels or even spin-offs that delve deeper into the origins and evolution of the human-machine conflict.

Release Information

Release Date and Platforms

Slated for a release on [exact date of release], “Terminator Zero” will make its way into theaters and larger streaming platforms for maximal accessibility.


Marketing and Promotion

The “Terminator Zero” marketing campaign includes trailers, behind-the-scenes footage, and a lot of interactive online content to really engage with the fans and build anticipation. There are going to be tons of ad placements, especially within social media, touting the movie to the fan base worldwide.


“Terminator Zero” is the promising addition that will bring in exciting and impactful serial entries to the Terminator saga, shedding a new light on the beginnings of this human-machine conflict, with the required doses of intense action and gripping storyline. As we await its release with bated breath, so does the anticipation of what may eventually prove to be a milestone chapter in the “Terminator” saga.

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Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You Season 3



Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You

“Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You” has been a beloved anime series that has touched the hearts of many with its charming characters and heartfelt story. With the announcement of Season 3, fans are eagerly anticipating the continuation of Sawako and Kazehaya‘s journey. This article will provide an overview of what to expect from Season 3, including a recap of previous seasons, key themes, character growth, and more.

Overview of Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You

Plot Summary

“Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You” follows Sawako Kuronuma, a high school girl who is often misunderstood due to her resemblance to the character Sadako from the horror movie “The Ring.” Despite her shy and awkward nature, Sawako dreams of making friends and leading a normal high school life. Her world changes when she befriends the popular and kind-hearted Shota Kazehaya, which sets her on a path of self-discovery and new relationships.

Main Characters

The series features a rich cast of characters, each adding depth and charm to the story:



  • Sawako Kuronuma: The shy and misunderstood protagonist who gradually opens up and makes friends.
  • Shota Kazehaya: The popular and friendly boy who becomes Sawako’s first true friend and love interest.
  • Chizuru Yoshida: A tough yet caring friend who stands by Sawako through thick and thin.
  • Ayane Yano: A mature and perceptive friend who supports Sawako and provides valuable advice.

Recap of Seasons 1 and 2

Key Events

In Seasons 1 and 2, we witness Sawako’s transformation from a lonely girl to someone who forms meaningful friendships and finds love. Key events include:

  • Sawako’s growing friendship with Kazehaya, Chizuru, and Ayane, which boosts her confidence.
  • The budding romance between Sawako and Kazehaya, marked by sweet and awkward moments.
  • Various school events and challenges that Sawako and her friends face together, strengthening their bonds.

Character Development

Sawako’s character development is central to the series, showcasing her journey from isolation to becoming a confident and beloved friend. Kazehaya’s kindness and patience play a crucial role in her growth, while Chizuru and Ayane’s unwavering support help her navigate social challenges.

Anticipations for Season 3

Story Continuation

Season 3 will pick up where Season 2 left off, continuing to explore the developing relationship between Sawako and Kazehaya. Fans can expect more heartwarming and emotional moments as they navigate the complexities of high school romance and personal growth.

Character Growth and New Relationships

The new season will delve deeper into the personal growth of all main characters. Viewers can look forward to new relationships forming and existing ones evolving. The challenges and misunderstandings that the characters face will lead to significant development and stronger bonds.

Themes and Story Arcs

Love and Friendship

The core themes of love and friendship will remain prominent in Season 3. The series beautifully portrays the ups and downs of teenage relationships, making it relatable and engaging for viewers.


Overcoming Misunderstandings

Misunderstandings and miscommunications have been recurring themes throughout the series. Season 3 will see characters working through these issues, leading to more mature and deeper connections.

Visuals and Animation

Art Style

“Kimi ni Todoke” is known for its soft and expressive art style, which complements the emotional and heartwarming nature of the story. The delicate and detailed character designs enhance the overall viewing experience.

Animation Quality

The animation quality in previous seasons has been consistently high, and fans can expect the same level of care and attention to detail in Season 3. The fluid animations and expressive character movements will continue to bring the story to life.


Release Information

Release Date and Platforms

Season 3 of “Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You” will be available on Netflix. While the exact release date has not been announced, fans can stay tuned for updates from Netflix and the official series’ channels.

Episode Count

The episode count for Season 3 has yet to be confirmed, but it is expected to follow a similar format to the previous seasons, providing a comprehensive continuation of the story.


“Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You” Season 3 is set to deliver more of the heartfelt and relatable storytelling that fans have come to love. As Sawako, Kazehaya, and their friends continue their journey, viewers can look forward to an engaging and emotionally satisfying season. With themes of love, friendship, and personal growth at its core, Season 3 promises to be a must-watch for fans of the series and newcomers alike. Stay tuned for more updates and prepare for another heartwarming season of “Kimi ni Todoke.

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Who is Mio in Moonlit Fantasy?



Who is Mio in Moonlit Fantasy?

In the captivating world of “Tsukimichi: Specifically, in the scene called ‘Moonlit Fantasy,’ which is rather revealing, the audience gets a glimpse of the multilayered aspect of Mio. She is one of the main characters and also well-known for her powerful strength and to some extent has a developed character. Mio, or the protagonist of the story, an aspect of Mio, and the activities of the story’s protagonist Makoto Misumi and the story as the basis for this article.

Character Overview of Mio

Who is Mio?

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy

Mio is one of the main characters in “Tsukimichi: Magical Girl Moonlit Fantasy. ” She is a mysterious antagonist in the beginning but turns into one of Makoto Misumi’s best friends. Her character evolves from evil and terrifying to loyal and faithful, which makes it interesting to follow her development.

Origin and Background

Mio was originally a fearsome black spider, known for her insatiable hunger and formidable strength. Feared by many, she roamed the world, causing destruction in her path. Her life takes a dramatic turn when she encounters Makoto Misumi, leading to a significant shift in her destiny.

Mio’s Abilities and Powers

Combat Skills

Mio is one of the strongest Contractors and has incredible strength and agility. According to herself, Mio claims to be the strongest with no others matching her in battle. She is skilled in close-range and long-range combat and uses her ability to casually defeat enemies.


Unique Abilities

One of the most striking skills Mio has is that of manipulation of threads and webs with an unreal level of precision. This kind of manipulation aided the trapping, binding, and cutting of opponents, adding a characteristic strategic note to her combat. Furthermore, her regenerative powers grant her the potential of being strong in battle and coming back from injuries.

Evolution of Her Powers

Mio’s powers continue to evolve throughout the series. After forming a contract with Makoto, her abilities are further enhanced, and she gains new strengths. Her bond with Makoto not only amplifies her powers but also brings about a significant change in her personality and goals.

Mio’s Role in Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy

Relationship with Makoto Misumi

Mio’s relationship with Makoto is central to her character development. Initially attacking him, she eventually submits to his overwhelming power and forms a contract with him. This relationship transforms her from a solitary and destructive creature to a devoted and protective ally. Her loyalty to Makoto is unwavering, and she becomes one of his most trusted companions.


Interactions with Other Characters

Mio’s interactions with other characters are also significant. Her fierce personality often intimidates others, but her loyalty to Makoto earns her the respect and admiration of those around them. Her relationship with Tomoe, another of Makoto’s companions, is particularly notable, as it evolves from rivalry to mutual respect and camaraderie.

Character Development

Initial Persona

At the beginning of the series, Mio is depicted as a terrifying and insatiable monster. Her primary motivation is to satisfy her endless hunger, leading her to attack anyone she encounters. This initial portrayal emphasizes her strength and the fear she instills in others.

Growth and Transformation

This encounter with Makoto makes Mio’s character grow up a little. Entering into a contract with him doesn’t affect her physically but mentally and emotionally as well. She starts showing feelings of loyalty, the urge to protect him, etc. The motivation of satiation through food changes now to companionship and protection; hence, this transition becomes vital in her development of character and adds to her persona.


Impact on the Story

Influence on Plot Progression

Mio is, hence, an instrumental factor in the plot progression of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy.” Her abilities and actions bring out important changes in the direction of the story. Her loyalty and support enable Makoto to have the will and confidence to overcome many hurdles. Furthermore, her relations with other characters and participation in events that are of importance are engines that move the plot forward.

Key Events Involving Mio

Several key  events in the series highlight Mio’s importance:

  1. Formation of the Contract: This event marks a turning point in Mio’s life and sets the stage for her transformation and loyalty to Makoto.
  2. Battles and Conflicts: Mio’s combat skills are showcased in various battles, demonstrating her crucial role in overcoming adversaries and protecting her companions.
  3. Personal Growth Moments: Instances where Mio reflects on her past and her bond with Makoto provide insight into her character development and the changes she undergoes.


Mio, from “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy,” is an interesting and attractive character, for her development from feared monster to a reliable ally is more than impressive. Her monstrous powers, sundry development of character, and effect on the storyline prove that she is definitely integral to the series. The development of Mio throughout the game, through her relationship with Makoto and her interactions with other characters, helped add depth and richness to the narrative, making her one of the more well-liked characters and a real help to the storyline.

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