“My Hero Academia” launched an art exhibit, entitled “Drawing Smash,” of the popular anime series from April 23 to June 27, in Tokyo, and fans are treated with an array of artworks made by Kohei Horikoshi and other popular mangaka artists.

From special limited-merchandise, All Might statue, and themed café drinks and desserts, “My Hero Academia” pulled out an impressive show at the Mori Arts Center Gallery.

However, the exhibition is temporarily closed from April 25 to May 11 due to the rising COVID-19 cases in the city. Despite the circumstances, this does not stop fans from having a field day speculating theories and controversies of the manga series out of the illustrations.

IzuOcha ship

Twitter user Aitaikimochi tweeted about Deku and Ochako falling from the sky. It may not mean anything at all, but, fans would love to see the two ended up together. Even if they’re not together now, they might as well be soon. The series’ favorite couple has shown viewers of their feelings to one another albeit subtle.

Will Aoyama be the traitor?

Fans have long speculated that Aoyama might be the traitor to the UA Academy ever since the viewers caught him was spying on Deku. The illustration sparked that old theory once more when a huge monster is seen lurking behind his back.

Will Shinso join Class A?

Fans could see this coming. Shinso will be in Class A in the Joint Training Arc. It’ll be fun to see since there is an opening spot now.

The exhibition will return on May 11 and fans can visit the gallery at 10 a.m. There will be an admission fee of 2,000 Yen for adults, 1,500 Yen for High School Students, and 1,000 Yen for Grade Schoolers.

After the Tokyo exhibition, the “Drawing Smash” will open in Osaka from July 16 to September 21, 2021. The Tokyo event coincides with the premiere of season 5 and the Osaka exhibition with the opening of the third movie installment.

According to Comic Book, the top mangaka creators joining the event are “One Piece's” Eiichiro Oda, “Jujutsu Kaisen's” Gege Akutami, “Black Clover's” Yuki Tabata, “Bleach's” Tite Kubo, “Naruto's” Masashi Kishimoto, “Kagijin's” Yasuki Tanuki, and “World Trigger's” Daisuke Ashihara.

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