Christopher Skyline (クリストファー・スカイライン Kurisutofā Sukairain?), also known as Playboy Hero: Captain Celebrity (キャプテン・セレブリティ Kyaputen Sereburiti?), is the top-ranked American Pro Hero in My Hero Academia: Vigilantes.


Christopher is a very tall, well-built man with a cleft chin, angular nose and a sharp, chiseled jaw. His hair is styled like a mohawk of blonde hair swept back along the top of his head, and he has small, downward-tilting eyes with quite long eyelashes. 

His hero costume consists of a cerulean skin-tight bodysuit, cut off at his knees and halfway own his upper arms, with yellow trims and a tick-like logo with a red star in the centre stamped onto his chest, a thick black line running down each side of his suit. He wears matching shin-pads and shoulder-pads, as well as a yellow belt with a large buckle, a long red cape and a dark blue-tinted visor. 


Christopher is very much a stereotypical American jock, arrogant and self confident to a fault, with an overwhelming love of attention and praise. As a result he's often prone to showing off for the cameras even during a crisis, and is reluctant to deploy before his media team is in place.

Regardless his wife described him as 'too kind', and his constant showing off and bombastic personality are in part due to a honest desire to make people smile and win their affection. He is rarely malicious and truly heroic in a crisis, but his poor judgement of character, lack of tact and inability to be authentic often leads him to seeming superficial and false.

He is also a well-known playboy and a flirt, despite being married. This caused him to earn the nickname "Flying Stallion". This flirtatious attitude also led to several lawsuits, to the point that his ex-wife Pamela has pretty much made a business with it. This seems mostly down to his obsession with his alpha male image and desire for attention. Indeed Makoto Tsukauchi puts most of his troubles down to entrapment and he denies actively cheating, though his lack of self reflection means he's often not even aware when his behavior could be considered inappropriate.

This isn't helped by him being notably macho and a playboy, eager to carry pretty ladies to safety but showing great reluctance to be seen rescuing men.

Despite these issues, spending a year under Makoto Tsukauchi's management and learning that he was going to be a father prompted him to stop his skirt chasing ways and become someone a child could respect. After an incident involving a villain's suicide-bombing, he was forced to compromise his own safety for the sake of civilians caught in the crossfire, which left him rather humbled.


Captain Celebrity lifting a cruise ship.

Tactile Telekinesis: He utilize a personal force field of telekinetic energy.

  • Aerodynamic Barrier: The field of telekinetic energy surrounding him, protects him from the cold, heat, explosions and other physical harm. This field of protection can be extended to cover other people, but it gets thinner the more people he protects with it.
  • Superhuman Strength: Christopher's telekinetic energy boosts his physical might to superhuman level, giving him enough strength to topple a Godzilla-sized villain with the force of his punches and, with the assistance of his Quirk, even lift large ships.[1]


  • Flight ( () (こう) Hikō?): Christopher's Quirk allows him to fly at high speeds.

Battles & Events

Battles & Events

Chapter Appearances

Vs. Queen Bee Arc
12. Senpai Absent
13. Makoto/Truth Absent
14. Major Debut
15. Playboy Appears
16. Mom Descends Absent
17. Tag Team! Absent
18. Force of Will Acceleration! Absent
19. Family Absent
20. Event Announcement! Appears
21. Ensemble, Assemble! Appears
22. The Day Of Absent
23. Daughter Appears
24. A Father-Daughter Talk Absent
25. Goodbye to Dad Appears
26. Tamao Appears
27. Business as Usual Absent
28. What a Man Takes with Him Absent
Osaka Incident Arc
29. Equipment Issues Appears
30. Cooperation Request Appears
31. Day-Tripping Down to Naniwa! Absent
32. Idols Keep Their Secrets! Absent
33. Stumbling into Nasty Business! Absent
34. Crabtastic Rampage! Absent
35. Blown-Up Hero?! See Ya Later! Absent
Sky Egg Bombing Arc
36. Must-Have Merchandise Appears
37. Public and Private Absent
38. High-Speed Absent
39. A Rational Man Absent
40. A Rational Team-Up Absent
41. Ultimate Move! Absent
42. Mixer Absent
43. Casanova Absent
44. One Outrageous Traveler Appears
45. The Man Returns Absent
46. Christmas Eve Hero Appears
47. Farewell Party! Appears
48. Investigation Start! Steamy Romance Spotted?! Mentioned
49. Zero Hour Appears
50. Defend the Tower! Appears
51. I Do What I Can Appears
52. Balloon Soul Appears
53. Limits and Catastrophe Appears
54. Hotline Appears
55. This Is a Hero!! Appears
56. I'm No Hero Fantasy
57. Explosive Man Absent
58. International Flight Home Appears
Final Performance Arc
66. Graduation and Career Path Pictured
67. Authentic, International, Spicy Curry Appears
68. I Won't Lose Fantasy
69. A Hero Appears Absent
70. My True Self Absent
71. Thanks For Your Guidance Absent
72. Searching For You Absent
73. The Queen Descends Absent
74. After The Storm Absent
75. Letter Absent
76. Weapon Absent
77. Strategy Absent
78. Dispatch Absent
79. Inferno Number 2 Absent
80. Who Is It? Absent
81. Bee My Pop Absent
82. High-Speed Hero II Absent
83. Raging Inferno Absent
84. Dreams Absent
85. Inquiries Absent


  • Christopher's favorite foods are hamburgers and steak.[2]
  • Captain Celebrity is similar to the DC superhero, Booster Gold. Both became heroes for fame and fortune and are each very arrogant, though both come to be respectable and sincere heroes in time.
  • Christopher shares his birthday with Inko Midoriya and Wolfram.


  1. My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 14.
  2. My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Vol.3, Omake

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