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My Hero Academia's Aizawa Is Trending Following Insane Episode

My Hero Academia'slatest episode wasn't filled with action, but it held several revelations for the teachers of UA Academy with Eraserhead and Present Mic discovering a terrifying secret behind the origins of Kurogiri, the villain who acted as a teleporter for the League of Villains. With Kurogiri's identity revealed as their former friend Oboro, Eraserhead becomes extremely emotional in the face of the fact that his friend's body was used to create a Nomu, with fans taking notice and causing Aizawa to trend on social media following the emotional outburst.

This latest episode of the fifth season is most likely the last time that Aizawa will be the main focus, with the My Villain Academia Arc set to begin next week, though fans of the anime adaptation can expect some big events to take place with the arrival of the War Arc in season six. Rest assured, not only will Eraserhead play a pivotal role in the massive fight between heroes and villains, but he will also be forever changed during the conflict that reshapes hero society.

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My Hero Academia: 10 Times Eraserhead Was The Hero Everyone Needed

Like every great shonen anime, My Hero Academia rotates around the growth of its central main character. But Izuku Midoriya has a lot of growing to do, and throughout his education at U.A., he makes many friends and allies who help him on his quest. Beyond his classmates from 1-A, Izuku has his mentor All Might and his other U.A. teachers who are there for him. Many of them have their own character arcs, and their intricate personalities and interesting motivations have made some fans prefer them over Izuku.

RELATED: My Hero Academia: 5 Ways All Might Is The Most Important Character (And 5 Why It's Aizawa)

One of the most remarkable authority figures in Izuku's life is his homeroom teacher, Shota Aizawa. When he isn't the underground Pro Hero Eraserhead, he teaches hero students how to survive their chosen profession. He's harsh but secretly has a good heart, and his affection for his students has earned him the love of the fans--and the nickname Dadzawa. On many occasions, he is the hero everyone needs.

10 When He Threatens To Expel The Students On Their First Day

No student expects to be expelled during orientation, but that's exactly what happens to Class 1-A. It may seem harsh, but later episodes reveal Aizawa's reasons. He means to make sure they take things seriously, and even if he does expel them, he has the authority to reenlist them. He compares it with giving them a 'first death' that will save them later, in a way his friend Oboro Shirakumo wasn't saved. Hero students need a little tough love to survive, and Aizawa knows that.

9 When He Faces All The Villain Invaders At The USJ

Eraserhead is an excellent underground hero, highly skilled in using both his Quirk and his signature capture weapon. But group fights are tougher for him to handle. Erasing the Quirks of a large number of people is very difficult, even for the experienced Eraserhead.

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Even so, when the League of Villains appears at the USJ, he leaps into the fray to protect his students from his opponents. He defeats many of them and is only brought down by Tomura Shigaraki, and later, the Nomu.

8 When He Saves Asui Tsuyu From Shigaraki's Attack

Even while being trapped under a monstrous bioengineered creature, Aizawa doesn't stop worrying about his students. Izuku Midoriya and Mineta Minoru watch in terror as Shigaraki manages to catch their friendly classmate Tsuyu Asui, expecting her to turn to dust before their very eyes. But they needn't have worried, because Aizawa intervenes, erasing Shigaraki's Quirk at the last moment. It comes at a dire cost for him, but it saves Asui's life.

7 When He Defends Uraraka and Bakugou's Fight At The Tournament

The U.A. Sports Tournament brings students from the same class face to face in combat as they fight to prove their abilities. One of the most controversial matches is the one between Ochaco Uraraka and Katsuki Bakugou. Spectators misinterpret their confrontation entirely, considering Bakugou's approach unnecessarily violent.

In reality, it is his way of showing he respects her. The fact that he takes her seriously means he acknowledges her as a hero, whereas the spectators do not, looking down on her because she is supposedly a weak little girl. Aizawa calls them out on their blindness and sexism. It is not the last time he is forced to defend his students in this way.

6 When He Confronts The Dabi Double At The Forest Camp

Dabi is one of the most powerful and vicious villains the heroes have had to face. With a heavy grudge against hero society and an incredibly dangerous emitter Quirk, he's a challenge for any Pro Hero. During the Forest Training Camp Arc, Aizawa and Vlad King both face Dabi's doubles, created by Twice.

Despite Dabi's powerful Quirk, Aizawa makes quick work of the double, in the hope of reaching and saving his endangered students.  To help them, he even gives them permission to fight back through Mandalay's quirk. Unfortunately, he fails to save Katsuki Bakugou, whom the League of Villains had been aiming for.

5 When He Stands Up To The Press For Bakugou's Sake

Bakugou's kidnapping rapidly turns into a media circus. While the other Pro Heroes track down the nomu and All for One, Aizawa, Nezu, and Vlad King participate in a press conference which they hope will distract the villains. When a journalist suggests the possibility of the League of Villains turning Bakugou into one of their own, Aizawa says that will never happen, as Bakugou is much too determined to be a hero. He also takes responsibility for Bakugou's behavior, shielding him from possible backlash from the press.

4 When He Confronts Toga During The Shie Hassaikai's Raid

During the Shie Hassaikai Raid, Himiko Toga impersonates Pro Hero Rock Lock and manages to get very close to Izuku, nearly stabbing him in the process. Eraserhead realizes her presence just in time, pulls her away from Deku with his capture weapon, and dissolves her disguise using her Quirk. Toga manages to stab him and escapes with Mimic's help, but without Eraserhead there, the other heroes would have been in trouble.

3 When He Erases Eri's Quirk After The Battle With Overhaul

The heroes prevail over Overhaul only because of a combination of two of the most powerful Quirks in the world of My Hero Academia - Deku's One For All and Eri's Rewind. Unfortunately, both Quirk users are very young, and Eri's experience with her Quirk has only ever been negative.

RELATED: My Hero Academia: 10 Things About Eri That Make No Sense

After Overhaul is defeated, Rewind goes completely out of control, to the point that Eri fears she will cause Deku's death. Aizawa is able to stop that from happening by erasing her rampaging Quirk. After the battle, he is also the one who takes Eri in and helps her heal from her trauma.

2 When He Supports Hitoshi Shinsou's Transfer To The Hero Course

There's more than one way to be a hero, and for a young student, having a mentor makes all the difference in the world. Aizawa notices General Department student Hitoshi Shinsou and realizes his potential. He takes Shinsou under his wing, showing him how to use his own version of Aizawa's capture weapon and helping him to fulfill his dream of being a hero.

1 When He Confronts Kurogiri About His Tragic Fate

Even heroes need to be saved from time to time. Oboro Shirakumo's fate remains one of the most tragic ones in My Hero Academia. He is killed as a young student and his body is turned into the nomu Kurogiri. Despite being horrified at what his friend has become, Aizawa reaches out to Shirakumo.

His earnestness and genuine emotions manage to temporarily break the nomu conditioning, to the point that Shirakumo's face even appears from the cloud of Kurogiri's Quirk. Aizawa is unable to do more for Shirakumo, but the heroes do get an important lead from the conversation. Eraserhead and Present Mic know that their friend is still inside the body of the nomu and may still have hope to save him one day.

NEXT: My Hero Academia: Shota Aizawa's 10 Best Quotes


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Erasure Hero: Eraser Head (Hero Name)

Eraser (Ms. Joke)



Erasure (can negate other people's Quirks by looking at them.)

High intellect
Combat prowess
Binding cloth
Peak human speed
Peak human agility


Taking naps in his sleeping bag.


Train Hitoshi Shinsoand help him be accepted into the Hero Course (succeeded).

Help his students become Pro Heroes (ongoing).

Type of Hero

Pessimistic Disciplinarian

Shota Aizawa, also known as the Erasure Hero: Eraser Head or simply Eraser Head, is a major character in the 2014 Japanese superhero manga series My Hero Academia and its 2016 anime television series adaptation of the same name. He also appears in the 2016 spin-off prequel manga series My Hero Academia: Vigilantes in which he serves as the main protagonist of the School Days Arc. Additionally, he is a minor character in the 2019 anime film My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising.

He is a Pro Hero and the homeroom teacher of U.A.'s Class 1A.

He was voiced by Junichi Suwabe in the Japanese version of the anime, and by formerly Alex Organ and currently by Christopher Wehkamp in the English version of the anime.


Aizawa is Class 1-A's homeroom teacher. He seems apathetic at first glance, but looks out for his students and pushes them to improve. He is also the pro hero Eraser Head. His Quirk, "Erasure", allows him to nullify others' control over their Quirks by making eye contact with them. Blinking dispels the effect of his Quirk and using it gives him very dry eyes.


Aizawa is a very strict and reserved person, with high expectations of his students. He acts mainly by logic and does not believe in the need to always appear clean on oneself, or to filter his words and ideas. He often looks cold, listless, and impatient, putting very little energy into what he does, preferring to take naps in his sleeping bag.

A strict teacher, Aizawa is known to fire students he thinks don't fit in U.A. It is however revealed that his high dismissal rate is only on paper, he has a habit of bringing back fired students. Shoto only does this to push them up. He can also be rigid and has little tolerance for disobedient behavior. He's not afraid to push his high school students through rigorous training and make them overcome their limits. Aizawa has proven that he can be very talkative and is not shy about expressing his ideas. He is known to lie to his students, manipulating them into giving their best, a technique he describes as "a logical ruse" "a rational deception".

Despite his apathetic features, Aizawa cares about his students and doesn't hesitate to give anything to protect them, such as when he saved Tsuyu Asui when he was already badly injured. He also showed that he believed in his high school students, and was even confident that Katsuki Bakugo would not go over to the Villains. Recovery Girl also insinuated that during a test, he let himself be captured by Momo Yaoyorozu in order to boost his self-confidence.


Named after his quirk, Erasure, Eraser Head can negate usage of the quirk possessed by whomever he makes eye contact with. for as long as he can last without blinking. Blinking will allow the target to use their quirk again; this is why Aizawa carries eye drops with him, as well as many other objects.

  • Goggles: Aizawa wears speical gold-colored goggles so that enemies don't know who he's looking at, and correspondingly don't know who's quirk is deactivated.
  • Binding Cloth: The cloth on Aizawa is used for combat, made of carbon nanofibers and a special metal alloy. Using his Binding Cloth, he's earned a 6/5 in Technique; an S rank. He is very agile, to the point of being inhuman, and uses his cloth to restrain opponents, working well with his quirk. This style paired with his agility and battle intuition means that his combat efficiency is empowered by creativity. He's a master hand-to-hand combatant.
  • Knife: The large knife sheathed by Aizawa is used for cutting his cloth when needed. But it isn't part of his technique, so he doesn't use it for fighting often.

The limitations to his quirk other than giving their power back to them when he blinks are its inability to work on mutant-class quirks (for inferable reasons), its toll on the dryness of his eyes, and that it makes his hair and binding cloth stand up, meaning enemies can tell when he's using his ability. The quirk has no offensive potential, so all of his combat capabilities were achieved through training, and as a pro hero, Eraser Head is a very good fighter, capable of swiftly defeating dozens of low-tier thugs. He does not possess super strength however, and at most, he likely possesses peak human strength. At the same time he defeated the low-level thugs, Nomu almost killed Eraser Head-- he was a threat that All Might had to handle.


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Shota Aizawa manga
My Hero Academia Vigilantes Manga Volume 1 Cover

Eraser Head in the background of the cover of the Vigilantes manga's first volume.

My Hero Academia Vigilantes Manga Volume 5 Cover

Eraser Head on the cover of the Vigilantes manga's fifth volume.

My Hero Academia Vigilantes Manga Volume 6 Cover

Eraser Head in the background of the cover of the Vigilantes manga's sixth volume.

My Hero Academia Vigilantes Manga Volume 8 Cover

Shota Aizawa on the cover of the Vigilantes manga's eighth volume.

My Hero Academia Vigilantes Manga Volume 9 Cover

Aizawa on the cover of the Vigilantes manga's ninth volume.


  • His Japanese voice actress, Junichi Suwabe, who also voiced Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez in Bleach, Takashi Komuro in Highschool of the Dead, Siegfried in Fate/Apocrypha, Freed Justine in Fairy Tail, Archer and Archer in Fate/stay night, Reim Lunettes in Pandora Hearts, Raikou Shimizu in Nabari no Ou, Leone Abbacchio in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, The Undertaker in Black Butler, Vega in Street Fighter IV, Terence D'Arby in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle, Vergo in One Piece, Amalthus in Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Kyogai in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Akura-Ou in Kamisama Kiss, Seiji Matoba in Natsume's Book of Friends, Jamil in Magi, Fuuma Monou in X, Lamp Shadow in Ressha Sentai ToQger, Tubaloid and Tubaloid 2 in Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters, Chronos in Tales of Xillia 2, Mulu-elu Galu-gu in GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters, Yasha, in Asura's Wrath, and Van Argiano in Blood+.
  • His first English voice actress, Alex Organ, who also voiced Togusa in Ghost in the Shell: Arise, Leo Bernard in Freezing, Kishou Arima in Tokyo Ghoul, Shogo Makishima in Psycho-Pass, Norway in Hetalia, Kaku in One Piece, Damnatio Kira in Black Clover, Doctor in Black Butler, Shin Hyuga Shaing in Code Geass: Akito the Exiled, and Isaac Ray Peram Westsott in Date a Live.
  • His second English voice actress, Christopher Wehkamp, who also voiced Isaac Ray Peram Westsott in Date a Live, Kishou Arima and Tatara in Tokyo Ghoul, Clover Ebi in RWBY, Ren Akatsuki in Fairy Tail, Miles Edgeworth in Ace Attorney, Alexis Leskinen in Steins;Gate 0, and Fiamma of the Right in Toaru Majutsu no Index.



They were already tired of waiting for me and began to bang persistently on the door. I went out, but they saw me not at all as expected. I was wearing regular pants and a plaid shirt. I quickly ran past the bewildered servants along the long stairs straight into the huge hall.

There was already a mass of people lined up against the walls, giving way from the stairs to a large, erected pedestal, behind which towered.

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I'm ready. Elizabeth proudly floated out of the van and, obviously expecting a public display of admiration, froze in a very effective pose. The handle is to the side.

Aizawa Meets with His Long Dead Friend - Boku no Hero Academia 5

Slow down Oksana, I need to take the gift to the ghost. I promised to send him a box of vodka to the bell tower if everything works out for us with the store without any problems. That's just the moment has come, Im not from home to drag this box here to the church.

- I said to my mother's friend, addressing not only her but also everyone sitting in the car. - Are you crazy Kostya.

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But this time the compartment was four-seater, and they did not have the opportunity to be alone.

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