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Bombers[1] were a group of bat-winged Next-Level Villains created by the Villain Factory to act as suicide bombs since they are implanted with explosives. They were used by Scarred Man to attack specific targets. They appear in Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals.

Appearance

Normal Bomber

A regular Bomber

In general, all the Bombers have the same standard look: a rotund winged entities with a serpentine head that has no facial features except a wide and weirdly lipped mouth. On their backs emerge two bat wings, and they have prominent bellies that is where they harbor the explosive substances that they explode.[2]

If a Bomber was created to fulfill a specific objective, then it will present some characteristics that will differentiate it from the rest of the specimens. For example, this is the case of the specialized Bomber, which was designed to fight Captain Celebrity, that is why it is bigger and has six arms.[3]

Personality

Group of Bombers

Bombers

The Bombers lack any personality traits, and since they are created with the sole purpose of obeying and fulfilling the orders entrusted to them without questions, they do not seem to have the capacity to think for themselves. Also, because they are manufactured to being used in suicide attacks, they lack any instinct for self-preservation or fear. 

Synopsis

Bomber Warehouse 01

Bombers Warehouse

Along with the other Next-Level Villains, the Bombers were mass produced by the Villain Factory at the Onomura Pharmaceuticals Kanto R&D Center, being developed in the Bomber Warehouse.[4]

Recently, the villain known as Scarred Man has set himself the goal of taking down Captain Celebrity. To achieve this, he first decides to carry out a test attack near the Marukane Department Store, where the American hero usually is. After a Christmas party, the Little Sisters of Saint Lila's Academy get into a taxi, but the Bomber appears and takes the taxi, with the girls inside. Captain Celebrity goes out in pursuit, but just when he is going to reach them, the Scarred Man, who had organized everything, explodes the creature with a device.

Thanks to his aerodynamic barrier of his Flight Quirk, Captain Celebrity manages to protect the girls, although when doing it he has lowers his own protection. With his action, the Scarred Man manages to deduce the weak point of Captain Celebrity's Quirk, and decides to leave to prepare a new attack to end his life, releasing more flying bombers.[2]

Giant Bomber

The giant Bomber prepares to detonate.

The villain decides to make that attack during Captain Celebrity's farewell party in the Tokyo Sky Egg, but when he was about to start the plan, the laboratories where the Bombers are created are assaulted by a police force. Due to this situation, the Scarred Man is forced to explode almost all Bombers to escape and destroy the laboratories and all evidences. Despite this setback, he decides to continue with his plan to attack Captain Celebrity, heading the five Bombers that survived to the Tokyo Sky Egg.[5]

Once they arrive, one of the Bombers self-destructs to lure Captain Celebrity to the outside to face them. Then another Bomber also explodes to distract him and allow a particularly large Bomber to severely damage the Tokyo Sky Egg tower by self-destructing. To prevent the tower from falling, Captain Celebrity uses his enormous strength to hold the building, but this leaves him helpless.[6]

The remaining two Bomber continue with the plan of Scarred Man. One settles on the roof of the Dome and generates a strong generates an EMP blast, causing a blackout in the building and cutting the cell signals, preventing that preventing someone from calling the authorities for help.[7] Meanwhile, a six-armed Bomber attacks with explosive punches to Captain Celebrity, who can barely defend himself because he is holding the structure, Fortunately for him, the arrival of Koichi first and several professional heroes later save his life,[8] and they manage to defeat the remaining Bombers.

However, the six arms one manages to break free, and following the guidelines of the Scarred Man, it self-destruct in an explosion so powerful that the Tokyo Sky Egg begins to fall down, with thousands of people inside.[9] Fortunately, a call to All Might minutes before the explosion makes the number one hero come quickly and save everyone, avoiding a tragedy.[10]

Still, The Scarred man does not give up. Using his device again makes the busted Bombers' part regenerate, combine, grow and release a swarm of mini bombers to attack everyone in his last attempt to cause a tragedy, but all creatures are destroyed by All Might with his Nebraska Smash.

After this, Scarred Man declares that all Bombers have been destroyed.[11]

Abilities

Immense Strength: The first Bomber was capable of lifting a taxi into the air and flying while carrying it.[12]

Quirks

  • Self-Detonation: All Bombers have the ability to self-destruct through a large explosion that is generated in their bellies. The Scarred Man activates this quirk through a device. The six-armed bomber can perform explosive punches.[2]
  • Unnamed Flying Quirk: Every Bomber possess a pair of wings, allowing them to fly.[2]
  • Unnamed Electromagnetic Pulse Quirk: One of the Bombers has the ability to generate electromagnetic Pulses.[13]
  • Unnamed Six-Arms Quirk: The specialized Bomber possessed a Quirk giving it six arms, allowing it to fire off punches more rapidly.[3]
  • Regeneration: The specialized Bomber possessed a regeneration Quirk, allowing it to fire off explosive punches and then regenerate it's arms.[3]
  • Unnamed Duplicate Growing Quirk: The specialized Bomber possessed a Quirk that allowed it to grow extra bodies.[14]

Super Move

  • Cluster Bomber:Combining the Regeneration quirk with the Duplicate Growing Quirk, the remains of the Bombers start to regenerate and fuse together into a giant mass that is able to generate two-hundred Mini-Bombers.[15]

Images

Relationships

Number 6

The Bombers are under the complete control of the Number 6 and will follow all of his orders without question. The villain does not hesitate to sacrifice their lives without remorse.

Battles & Events

References

  1. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 49 (p. 17).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 46.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 50.
  4. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 49.
  5. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 49.
  6. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 50.
  7. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 51.
  8. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 52.
  9. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 53.
  10. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 54.
  11. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 55.
  12. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 46 (p. 14).
  13. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 51.
  14. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 53.
  15. Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 55.

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