1. Introduction to Garou
Garou (Garo) is a young man with a slim but also muscular appearance, his hair and physique make it feel like a small wolf. As the most beloved villain with Bang’s instruction, the Rank 3 S-class hero, and his innate ability in martial arts, Garou easily defeats heroes from A-class and below and some S-class hero.
Through the battles, he learns and trains his skills, creativity and coordination, creating the badass and impressing the readers very strongly. Claiming to be the “Hero Hunter”, a great enemy of the Hero Association, even the guild’s Stich places Garou in a serious threat despite being a human.
Garou’s childhood was quite dark days. Because of his passion for monsters, he is often bullied by his friends (especially Tacchan), shunned and called “Human Monster”. Garou has a thought that makes many fans see him as an idol (though somewhat misleading): “Celebrities will win, those who hate will disappear. It is a tragedy. Later, I will not lose any I will become the strongest monster ever and replace that scenario “.
Despite the idea of becoming a monster, Garou is not very friendly in the eyes of the monsters, after his battle with the Royal Ripper and Bug God, his body becomes “half a monster”, merging with the black suit. and there is a large scar on the face caused by Royal Ripper.
Garou is introduced as a bad guy, full of hatred, heroic hatred, and very confident with his abilities. He hates being offended and will attack anyone who is not “kind” to him. Garou is very proud of himself and uses that to intimidate the Hero Association, that he will attack low-level heroes and staff if meeting them.
Despite being the villain, Garou is aware of the subject, he only attacks heroes and Hero Association staff, only defeats but does not intend to kill (but if you die, you do not care. ). Garou has one weakness, that is children. It is shown by the way he talks to Tareo, or how he stops in the battle against Metal Bat when Zenko appears.
If viewed from a different perspective, Garou can be considered as the opposite image of Saitama. Both have a strong sense of honor and justice despite differing expressions. While Saitama had always wanted to be a hero since childhood, Garou wanted to be a monster. If Saitama fights randomly, Garou is a natural warrior, an extraordinary martial artist. Garou can lose and learn to be stronger, unlike St. Phong Shrimp, who only needs “ONE DAM” to finish it.
While transforming into a monster, Garou eats a lot and although he wants to be a “Human Monster”, he wants to be a symbol of fear, not a barbaric killer, because of this, the Monster Association. unwanted things and always want to eliminate you
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