My Hero Academia's Hitoshi Shinso's Brainwash Quirk would allow him to defeat a large number of other students.\n\nKohei Horikoshi's My Hero Academia is one of the most popular anime series of the last decade, and it's been celebrated to the fullest extent possible. With more than 100 episodes and three feature films under its belt, My Hero Academia has established itself to be more than simply a phenomenon. One of the main themes of the show is that many students want to be future heroes who safeguard society.\nHitoshi Shinso is one of the most intriguing students in My Hero Academia, and he becomes a major player in the series' fifth season. Although Shinso isn't the strongest student at U.A. High School, he has the Brainwash Quirk and can easily subdue anyone with it.\n1. Minoru Mineta\nMy Hero Academia's Minoru Mineta has become a running joke. When it comes to fighting, he's more of a novelty than an asset, but Midoriya can count on him to be there for him. The entire potential of Mineta's Pop Off Quirk has yet to be realized, yet it is undeniably adaptable. As a result, Hitoshi Shinso has had to put in a lot of effort to get into the hero study program, which Mineta hasn't had to do. Mineta, on the other hand, has developed a degree of complacency.\n\n2. Yuga Aoyama\nSome characters in My Hero Academia have a hard time finding their footing because there are so many characters to juggle and there are twenty pupils in both Classes 1-A and 1-B. My Hero Academia has always had Yuga Aoyama on the sidelines because of his unique Quirk, the Navel Laser. Aoyama is a college student who is prone to get caught up in the glitz and glamor of heroic deeds. It's unlikely that Shinso would be fooled by Aoyama's premeditated schemes because he places a higher priority on the basics.\n\n3. Hanta Sero\nMy Hero Academia characters' powers will have some crossover with Marvel and DC superheroes. While Hanta Sero's Tape Quirk instantly conjures up images of Spider-Man, Sero is a dangerous hero in the right environment.\nShinso's Binding Cloth item gives him a significant advantage over Sero in terms of mobility and flying, but it's not the only factor. Shinso's Bind Cloth and Sero's Tape Quirk share enough similarities that he'd be prepared for most of Sero's strikes.\n\n4. Hiryu Rin\nThroughout My Hero Academia, there have been hundreds of distinct Quirks presented. Because powerful Quirks have been demonstrated, it is simpler to be tolerant of similar Quirks that come up in the future. Class 1-B student Hiryu Rin utilizes his Scales Quirk to his use. Scales can be used as projectiles, but they can also be activated on Rin's body to protect him. In spite of this, Rin's scale armor isn't completely impenetrable, and Shinso might easily break through. Kirishima and Tetsutetsu, two heroes with durability Quirks, would represent a bigger challenge for Shinso.\n\n5. Tenya Iida\nTenya Iida's relevance in My Hero Academia fluctuates from battle to battle, yet the courageous hero's value remains constant. Tense and focused, Iida approaches his studies at U.A. High School with the goal of becoming a shining example of what a hero should be. Tenya, on the other hand, is prone to emotional outbursts, which makes him more susceptible to Shinso's Brainwashing Quirk. Tenya may be faster than Hitoshi, but this isn't a game where speed plays a big factor.\n\n6. Kyoka Jiro\nSeveral My Hero Academia characters have Quirks that make them appear more like living visual gags than worthy justice-defenders. A shy and introverted Class 1-A student, Kyoka Jiro gradually breaks out of her shell and shines at the U.A. High School Festival performance.\nIn spite of Jiro's zeal, her Earphone Jack Quirk has some limitations and works best when another hero takes the lead. Jiro would be outmatched by Shinso, who has more combat experience.\n\n7. Koji Koda\nAs a character, Koji Koda stands out as a bit of an abnormality, and he's been waiting for the right moment to shine. While Koda's Anivoice Quirk has proven useful in a number of nature-based ventures, it has never been the deciding factor in his success. Koda's Quirk really disadvantages him when he's up against Shinso. Using Shinso's voice-activated Quirk, Anivoice, he could manipulate Koda into falling under his spell.\n\n8. Mashirao Ojiro\nIt is not uncommon to see Quirks in My Hero Academia materialize as projectiles or energy bursting out of the person, while other characters must battle with powers that turn their bodies into weapons. Only his Tail Quirk affords Mashirao Ojiro an extremely useful aid, but not much else. Shinso, on the other hand, is a seasoned hero who understands how to take advantage of his surroundings, and he could even knot Ojiro's tail if necessary.\n\n9. Pony Tsunotori\nWhile Pony Tsunotori is a participant in the series' Joint Training Exercise, she remains a bit of an enigma. Pony's Horn Cannon Quirk allows her to overpower novice heroes who lack agility and speed. All of Shinso's opponents in the Joint Training Exercise are more intense than Pony. Compared to Pony, Hitoshi Shinso shows a considerably greater level of dedication to combating than Pony does.\n\n10. Katsuki Bakugo\nU.A. High students' clash between Hitoshi Shinso and Katsuki Bakugo would be one of the most intriguing ones. Bakugo is unquestionably more powerful than Shinso, and he has made more progress as a fighter. Bakugo, on the other hand, is still a person who enjoys speaking his mind and is prone to being easily agitated. Shinso's Brainwashing Quirk relies heavily on verbal interactions, so it's easy to see him deliberately teasing Bakugo in order to get him to respond and turn into a docile zombie. A suitable strategy or even binding Ojiro's tail would be impossible.