Warning! Massive spoilers for My Hero Academia Chapter 370 to follow! My Hero Academia's manga is continuing through the final war between the heroes and villains, and the newest chapter of the series has offered a troubling look at Shuichi Iguchi's current status! As the final battle between Izuku Midoriya and Tomura Shigaraki reaches the end of its first phase with the latest few chapters of the series, the previous chapter had switched over its focus to another massive battle happening in a different area. We had seen Spinner lead a group of Heteromorphs in an attack to recapture Kurogiri.
This giant monstrous form for Spinner seemed to further emphasize the fact that he was being held up like an icon by the other Heteromorphs either in the Paranormal Liberation Front already, or were sympathetic to the overall call for freedom. He noted how he was granted an ability from All For One before the final battle that brought him to this new size, but an update from the newest chapter is spelling trouble for the villain as he also seems to be losing all sense of his reason as a result of the new power.
What's Going On With My Hero Academia's Spinner?
Chapter 370 of My Hero Academia reveals that Spinner's part in the battle was to attack the facility where Kurogiri is being held with an army 15,000 strong of those who were already in the Paranormal Liberation Front and ordinary citizens joining the cause. Standing tall above them all with his monstrous new form, he's essentially lost his ability to speak in complete sentences. His thoughts about being scrambled as well as he notes that his head's been fuzzy ever since All For One gave him that power.
He's being held in high regard as the representative to all of the others like him, but he can't really speak for himself and thus just violently wants to free Kurogiri and is throwing around his massive body to do so. It's a shame considering that he was the final naysayer to All For One's final plans, and it's like his mind has been snuffed out when this plan is moving into motion. He's no longer the nuanced fighter he used to be.
Now it's just a matter of seeing whether or not it sticks, but how do you feel about Spinner's current situation in My Hero Academia's manga? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!