English voice actor Justin Briner originally auditioned for other characters, who are mostly in Class 1-A, the same class as Izuku. When he saw the character, he felt that this gave him strength as a voice actor. He also stated that he didn't want to get his hopes up when he tried for the role. He described Izuku as "nerd" due to how relatable he is, and his sheer passion for heroism in the world that he lives in. Briner felt thankful that he lived for his character to voice throughout the series. He noted that voice acting had little nuances that he didn't expect.
Izuku's character has received positive reviews from critics. Nick Creamer of Anime News Network called Izuku a "very likeable character" and noting that "he's joined by a rich cast of teachers and classmates who all add their own personality(...)." Isaac Akers of The Fandom Post found that Izuku is vital when it comes to his personality with the combination of earnestness, kindness, and naivety. He also said that the character was impossible to dislike, and his high-energy spirit meshes well with the excited pitch of the series itself. Daniel Kurland from Den of Geek praised the character as empathetic and his origins. He also liked the character's encounter with All Might which shows how this unconventional relationship that formed between them. He also praised Briner's voice performance as the character.
Spoiler Alert: While this review focuses on the original Japanese broadcast and English dub of Episode 1 of My Hero Academia, it will also refer to events in subsequent episodes and content from the original manga.
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But at the same time, the theory that Shigaraki wields Deku's original quirk could hold the secret to how Deku will ultimately triumph over the League of Villains and foil All For One's plans. Now it's been confirmed that quirks can be transferred between people, the My Hero Academia anime has also implied and outright revealed that quirks carry traces of their previous users. This is shown to be the case with Deku's Black Whip quirk and would theoretically apply to any other powers All For One has stolen and transferred to other people throughout his evil dealings.
If Deku was the original wielder of Shigaraki's quirk Decay, this would also imply that some trace of Deku is left in the power, which could give My Hero Academia's protagonist an edge over the leader of the League of Villains. It's unclear how exactly this could play out, but it's possible that Deku could exert some control over Decay even while Shigaraki is wielding it, which could be the key to the antagonist's defeat. By the ending of My Hero Academia's anime, if Deku really did wield Decay first, he could learn how to tap into the quirk and gain a unique advantage over Shigaraki that nobody else has. 781b155fdc