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Pro Heroes vs Suicide Bomber is a battle between several Pro Heroes against a random villain know as Suicide Bomber.[1]

Prologue

Days after the incident where innocent people were turned into Impromptu Villains, several of the heroes who suppressed the villain outbreak (such as Endeavor, Eraser Head, Midnight and many others) go to the police station for a meeting about what would be the best action to take. After the meeting, the heroes decide to return to their daily chores, when suddenly they hear a commotion at the entrance.

Battle

The cause of this commotion is Suicide Bomber, a random man totally out of his mind with a Suicide Bomb Quirk, breaks into the Police Station. He projects a great hatred towards the Police Force, and intends to blow himself up to destroy the building and kill a large number of police officers.

Shota Aizawa moves Suicide Bomber

Shota Aizawa moves Suicide Bomber.

Some of the officers comment that he has very bad luck because that day several of the best heroes of Japan are in the building, and some of them, like Best Jeanist and Ingenium, are preparing to stop him. Another officer says that his only luck is that All Might isn’t around. Despite this, the criminal continues with his intentions to make himself explode, and the presence of so many heroes does not deter him.

After hearing the name of All Might, Endeavor quickly engulfs himself in flames in preparations to burn Suicide Bomber into ashes. Midnight realizes that “Suicide Bomb” and “Hellflame” is the worst possible match-up, because Endeavor’s attack would still cause Suicide Bomber to explode. Eraserhead quickly uses his Capturing Weapon to moves the villain out of Endeavor's attack right into Midnight's arms. She quickly uses her Quirk to subdue the bomber.[1]

Aftermath

The Midnight Boys enters the building and asks Midnight if she's okay while they hand her her mask and flogger-style whip. Midnight reassures her sidekicks and says goodbye to the villain, who has taken into custody.

After this, all the heroes leave the police station.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 6+α.
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