Shoto is one of the most popular characters in "My Hero Academia," and for good reason. He is a complex and well-developed character with a tragic backstory, which makes him relatable to many fans. His struggles with his family and inner demons, as well as his growth throughout the series, make him an interesting and compelling character to follow.
Shoto is the son of Enji Todoroki, also known as the superhero Endeavor, and his wife Rei. He has a complex family history, as his father forced him to train his Quirk (special ability) from a young age in order to surpass All Might, the greatest hero in the world. Shoto's Quirk allows him to manipulate ice and fire, inherited from his mother and father respectively, but he initially refuses to use his fire side due to his resentment towards his father.
Shoto's unique Quirk, which allows him to manipulate both ice and fire, is also a fan favorite, and his battles in the series are often some of the most exciting and visually stunning. His determination to become a hero who can help others, while also overcoming his past and finding his own identity, makes him a great role model for younger viewers.
Throughout the series, Shoto learns to come to terms with his past and develops strong bonds with his classmates, particularly Izuku Midoriya, the main protagonist. He strives to become a hero who can help others without compromising his own values and ideals.
There are 12 Shoto Figures from Ichiban Kuji My Hero Academia Series up to March 10th, 2023. These highly-detailed and articulated figures that capture the character's unique appearance and personality. Some figures even come with additional accessories, such as interchangeable heads, to add to the collectability and displayability of the figure. Here they are: