Cover and Volume Illustration
The cover of volume twenty-four showcases the League of Villains front and center over a solid black background. The six central members of the League sit on red wreckage of what appears to be traffic poles and lights. Spinner and Mr. Compress appear to be trying to fix the wreckage and change the "Hero" in the title of the volume to "villain", shifting the title to "My Villain Academia". Tomura sits in the middle of it all while Dabi appears aloof sitting next to him. In the front row are Twice and Toga, who are peering out toward the reader.
The volume artwork shows Twice unmasked as he smokes a cigarette. It also features the My Hero Academia logo with the "Hero" crossed out and replaced with "Villain".
A new player emerges in the underground world of villains in the form of the Meta Liberation Army. Led by the CEO of the Detnerat Corporation, the MLA is preparing for a new metahuman revolution. In their eyes, the League of Villains is an obstacle to be removed, but Tomura and his band of miscreants aren’t about to go down quietly. It’s army versus league in all-out war, and dominance must be established.
- 225. Interview with a Vampire (インタビュー・ウィズ・ヴァンパイア Intabyū Wizu Vanpaia?)
- 226. Bloody Love (恋の血 Koi no Chi?)
- 227. Sleepy (眠い Nemui?)
- 228. Wounded Soul (心の怪我 Kokoro no Kega?)
- 229. All It Takes Is One Bad Day (All It Takes Is One Bad Day Ōru Itto Teikusu Izu Wan Baddo Dei?)
- 230. Sad Man's Parade (サッドマンズパレード Saddo Manzu Parēdo?)
- 231. Path (道 Michi?)
- 232. Meta Abilities and Quirks (異能と“個性” Inō to “Kosei”?)
- 233. Bright Future (アカルイミライ Akarui Mirai?)
- 234. Sense Destruction (壊覚 Kaikaku?)
- 235. Tenko Shimura: Origin (志村転弧：オリジン Shimura Tenko: Orijin?)
- In the volume release, Jin Bubaigawara's dialogue in Chapter 233, page 1, is corrected due to the inconsistency of some facts regarding Himiko Toga's Double.
Next Volume Quote
- Volume 24 marks the first time a villain is featured on the manga spine.
- Volume 24 and chapter 229's title comes from the quote from the DC Comics graphic novel The Killing Joke.