[fanArt] Pomegranate, pt 1

Shigaraki Yoichi spitting All For One’s tainted promises back in his face. Who doesn’t love pomegranate symbolism?

In other news I broke my promise to never do Boku No Hero Academia fanart. But to be fair. Boku Good. So even though I’m a parody of myself, it’s still okay.

I love the dynamic between All For One and his younger brother. I love that Yoichi, who had every reason to simply buckle under the pressure and be exactly what his brother wanted, never wavered in his principles and continues to be a source of strength for those who oppose him. I love how All For One had a hissy fit and threw his brother into a vault for not being cooperative and then had the gall to act like he was being wronged when Yoichi went on a hunger strike. I love that All For One still adores his brother in a twisted, poisonous way. I love that my literal favorite character in the series didn’t have a name until like a month ago. It’s all good here in weeb land.

hey Horikoshi let’s talk about how Yoichi’s color scheme is REAL HARD to work with…

2 thoughts on “[fanArt] Pomegranate, pt 1

  1. I adore this oh my gooooooood. I may even write something based on this. I’m looking through all the details in this and I just /chef’s kiss/. The pomegranate and blood mixing, the push away, and how it looks like he forced him to eat it and he spit it out? god tier.


    1. If you do end up writing something, I am not only BEGGING, but also /PLEADING/ with you to link me to it (if you’re comfortable).

      I’m glad the details are catching you. I’m particularly partial to the defensive wounds on AFO’s fingers. Thank you so much for commenting, Bo, it means the world to me.


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