Think about it: when we first go to school, it’s like we’re manifesting superpowers every single day. We’re constantly learning how to do new things, both physically and mentally, that we had no idea we could do yesterday. It doesn’t help that we might fall asleep in the car only to wake up in our bed. We have teleportation powers, too!? School is about learning to hone those powers, find their limits, and train yourself to use them for good.
Just like the students of U.A. High School in My Hero Academia. Only their training involves a lot more fighting and a lot less sitting through algebra. And imagine having the famous hero All Might as your teacher! Only the students wouldn’t recognize him in his true form when he’s walking around the campus, a skeletal, hunched figure looking harrowed and coughing up blood as if he might have tuberculosis. Fortunately, on this Funko POP! that immortalizes Toshinori Yagi’s weakened state, you can’t pull up the shirt to see the scarring from the removal of internal organs. Because, you know, nobody needs to see that.