Overall, Hawks is an extremely powerful Pro Hero, able to utilise his Fierce Wings Quirk to full usefulness. Despite it lacking brute power, he makes up for this by playing a strong supportive role when teaming up with more powerful heroes like Endeavor.
So even though (Manga spoiler) Hawks has been brought up as a traitor (Kind of. He's a double agent), he can't be the one who leaks the information to the villains, as Dabi was mainly communicating with Hawks, and Dabi joined up after the Hosu Incident. So Hawks can't be the actual traitor (if there is one).
My Hero Academia's latest chapter reveals the tragic childhood of Keigo Takami, also known as Hawks. Hawks plays an important role before and during the Hero Association's raid on the Paranormal Liberation Front's hideout. He joins the League of Villains under the guise that he agrees with their ideology.
Tomura to Rikiya. Tomura Shigaraki (in Japanese: 死柄木弔, Shigaraki Tomura), born as Tenko Shimura, is the main antagonist of the anime/manga series My Hero Academia.
Dabi (in Japanese: 荼毘, translated as Cremation), also known as Blueflame (in Japanese:蒼炎 Sōen), is the secondary antagonist in the manga/anime series My Hero Academia. He is affiliated with the League of Villains and the leader of the organization's Vanguard Action Squad.
Jacob Bertrand was well aware Cobra Kai fans loathed his Hawk persona — but he relished every moment. In fact, he was having so much fun playing arguably the most detested villain on the series that he pushed back when the writers told him Hawk would return to form as Eli and join the Miyagi-Do heroes.
Dabi is a rude and argumentative person who has no sense of respect. Like Toga, Dabi admires Stain and his ideology. He views himself as the one who is destined to fulfill Stain's view of the world, hence his reasoning for joining the League of Villains.
One of the very first things we're told about Dabi is that he hasn't committed any crimes of note. (Which is already odd, given that the character book ranks him as a B-level villain, above Toga [C-level]–a known serial killer prior to joining the League.)
He becomes corrupted by Cobra Kai's ruthless mentality until his conscience begins to re-emerge, as he questions the choices he's made since joining Cobra Kai. He leaves the dojo to join the now combined Miyagi-Do Karate and Eagle Fang Karate dojos.
Hawk「ホーク」 is a talking pig and Meliodas's companion. He's later revealed to be a pig-like creature from purgatory who was stolen as an infant by the Demon King to spy on Meliodas.
Hawk Mama is a provisional form of Chaos, that the Demon King and the Supreme Deity sealed it away in. Long ago, she was known as the Mother of Chaos, giving birth to the vampire royalty and all monsters coming from her.
No, Jacob Bertrand doesn't have a cleft lip in real life. However, his character, Eli 'Hawk' Moskowitz, in Cobra Kai was born with a cleft lip. With excellent use of make-up and prosthetics, Jacob plays a cleft-affected character on the TV-Series.
Since joining the “Cobra Kai” cast in 2019, the “Kirby Buckets” alum — who does not have a cleft lip in real life and has makeup applied for the role — has started to work closely with organizations that help children with the condition. “Cobra Kai” is now streaming on Netflix.
Many drugs, especially hallucinogenic ones, can cause a heightened sense of fear and paranoia. Though there isn't a known version of the fear gas from Batman Begins existing in the world today, the idea isn't a completely fictional concept and certainly has roots in reality.
National Pizza Day on February 9th celebrates one of America's all-time favorite foods. Whether it is thin crust, Chicago-style, deep dish, or anything in between, pizza is an American favorite.