In My Hero Academia #265, Dabi intervened just in time to save Twice from Hawks, who revealed himself as a traitor to the Paranormal Liberation Front. Knowing he won't be able to beat Dabi in this condition, Hawks prepares his exit strategy, then everything goes from bad to worse.
No, Hawks from My Hero Academia is not a villain. During the chapters 190–266 Hawks is the #2 hero in Japanese society. However, he acts as a villain and works with the “League of Villains” in order to gain information and report it to the heroes.
In the end, Aoyama turned out to be the traitor, and fans are freaking out in light of the reveal. You can find a slew of those reactions below, and as it turns out, most My Hero Academia fans aren't surprised by the revelation.
Danger Sense's debut proves Aoyama was committed to his role as a traitor though not out of choice. With his family on the line, Aoyama wants his parents to be safe, and he would even turn on Izuku if he meant doing so.
After years of theories developed by fans, who gathered the hints dropped by the author Kōhei Horikoshi, chapter 335 hinted that the traitor was Invisible Girl, but the following week the tables were turned, and it was revealed it was actually fellow class 1-A member Yuga Aoyama.
At long last, Dabi has made face-to-face contact with Endeavor, and the League of Villains member helped bring in a shocking double agent. So, you have been warned. The update began with Dabi intercepting Hawks and Endeavor as the pair left their battle with High-End, an intelligent Nomu created by mysterious means.
Yuga is the main antagonist of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. He pretends to work for Princess Hilda until the end of the game, where he fuses with Ganon and betrays her, intending to take over the universe.
Invisible GirlToru Hagakure, also known by her hero name Invisible Girl, is a major character from the anime/manga series My Hero Academia. She is a member of Class 1-A at U.A. High School.
As of last chapter in the manga, Aoyama is engaged to Moka.
Yuga is a young man with a slim build and a rather feminine face. He has long blond hair, worn flattened down around the majority of his head, spiked and sticking out to the sides at the bottom of it with a side fringe that curves upwards a little before it curves down.
The previous chapter of Kohei Horikoshi's superhero epic seemingly implied that Toru Hagakure, class 1A's invisible girl, was apparently the traitor within UA High that was feeding information to the leader of the villains, All for One.
Toru HagakureToru Hagakure, also known by her hero name Invisible Girl, is a major character from the anime/manga series My Hero Academia. She is a member of Class 1-A at U.A. High School.
As her hero name suggests, Toru's Quirk means she's always invisible. Her skin allows light to permeate through it, which means you can see straight through her.
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