Dabi Dance in My Hero Academia season 6 episode 11 is breaking the internet
My Hero Academia season 6 episode 11 has fans buzzing about villain Dabi’s famous dance finally being adapted into anime. Dabi has caused chaos with his Blue Flames Quirk from the start, but now the tragic side of his life has been revealed.
While manga readers are already aware of what happened in the episode, not everyone had the opportunity to watch My Hero Academia season 6 episode 11, which aired on December 10, 2022. Let’s see why Dabi’s dance is going viral.
Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers for My Hero Academia.
Fans can’t get enough of Dabi’s dance routine My Hero Academia season 6 episode 11
The visual representation of the dance scene in My Hero Academia season 6 episode 11 stunned viewers. It gets all the attention it deserves. Even Dabi’s voice actor, Hiro Shimono, received praise for his contribution to the scene.
Indeed, one does not need to understand the language to understand the expressions. The voice acting captures Dabi’s menacing personality perfectly.
Fans are also pleased with Dabi’s new look. As this episode reveals, he has been wearing a disguise up until this point.
Fans couldn’t help but compare the villainous Toya with the adorable and innocent baby Toya. They started praising Dabi’s dance even before the episode aired, especially with posts, memes and artwork. Fan art, which is one of the best ways to express love for a series or a character, has once again flooded the internet.
What is the context of this dance?
My Hero Academia season 6 episode 11 is an amazing episode with perfect visualization and dialogue that really enhances the dramatic yet shocking revelation of Dabi’s true identity. Dabi confronts Shoto and Endeavor as a pre-recorded video is broadcast to the public, revealing that he is in fact related to them. Toya Todoroki is Endeavor’s eldest son. He also washed the black color from his hair to reveal that it was naturally white.
Endeavour, who assumed Toya had been burned to death, is naturally taken aback by this revelation. But Dabi is ruthless, and he continues to attack Endeavor by exposing his father’s hunger for power.
Endeavor had several children to create the strongest Quirk-wielding hero possible, and when Shoto was born, his dream was realized. But then he himself became the no. 1 hero. All of this fueled Dabi’s desire to destroy both Shoto and Endeavour.
Dabi reminds Endeavor that simply focusing on the future does not automatically make a person good or erase his past mistakes. He informs Endeavor that they will dance together in hell.