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"Oh please... Danger is sexy. Being feared is awesome. And making stuff go bye-bye is beautiful. You know you all think that too, deep down."
Bee☆Pop in "The Queen Descends"

For this subject's previous identity, see Kuin Hachisuka. For the person this subject possessed, see Kazuho Haneyama.

Bee☆Pop (BEE☆ポップ Bī☆Poppu?)[1] is a villain and one of the main antagonists of the Final Performance Arc in My Hero Academia: Vigilantes.

With her Queen Bee Quirk, she possessed Kazuho Haneyama.


Bee☆Pop's true identity is the Queen Bee, where she looks like a queen bee with a grotesquely bloated abdomen.

While possessing Kazuho Haneyama, Bee☆Pop's costume is a modification of Kazuho Haneyama's vigilante costume. It is designed to be more villainous and bee-themed: the costume is more revealing, she loses the mini-skirt and instead wears a belt with three red heart-shaped buckles, she drops her black mask, the devil wings are swapped for bee wings, and her tight stocking knee boots are replaced with looser knee boots. She also now wears thick black eye shadow, lipstick, and nail polish, and her hair is swept over her left eye. The costume is covered with honey-colored lines and stripes.[2] She has canisters on the sides of her belt, likely containing the drug Trigger.

While on Trigger, Bee☆Pop's skin is darkened, and her tongue is blackened. Her hair is also slightly pointier.


Bee☆Pop's personality is a fusion of Kazuho Haneyama's and the swarm of parasitic bees. She is usually in a crazed state caused by Kazuho's apparent failure at getting Koichi Haimawari to like her. This crazed state causes her to confuse strong feelings of love and hate, and she is shown enjoying causing chaos and destruction.

Her internal monologues show that she lost all hope on getting a happy future with Koichi, and, as a her final wish, she attempted to blow herself up so that Koichi would never forget her.



Queen Bee ( (じょ) (おう) (ばち) Joōbachi?): Bee☆Pop's Quirk allows her to take control of a human host, and gives her access to a massive swarm of worker bees with her. While on Trigger, she can telepathically control the bees to a limited extent, but when she starts singing, the bees become hostile and go into an attack mode.

The bees can have different abilities, such as disrupting and hacking electrical signals. There are also Bomb Bees that have abdomens filled with an explosive substance. Bomb Bees can self-destruct and explode, causing lots of damage. She is able to inject Trigger into her body using the stingers of her bees, some of which contain the drug in their abdomens. Bee☆Pop seems to be largely unaffected when a bee is injured or destroyed, unlike with Kuin Hachisuka, where damage done to the bees inflicts pain on her.

Former Quirk

Leap ( (ちょう) (やく) Chōyaku?): Due to possessing Kazuho Haneyama, Bee☆Pop is able to access her Quirk. Leap allows Bee☆Pop to leap very high, but requires a solid surface to jump off of.

She can use her Quirk to cushion her landing after she leaps, but cannot cushion herself from a normal fall.

It is unclear to what extent Trigger enhances Leap.

Ultimate Moves

  • Bomb Bees (爆弾蜂 Bakudan Hachi?): Using the Queen Bee Quirk, Bee☆Pop can create Bomb Bees, highly explosive bees that detonate when ordered to. However, the bees can also detonate inadvertently when exposed to substances such as flames. The destruction of a bee seems to take a toll on Bee☆Pop.

Battles & Events

Battles & Events

Chapter Appearances

Final Performance Arc
66. Graduation and Career Path Absent
67. Professional / International / Spicy Curry Absent
68. I'd Better Not Lose Absent
69. Hero on the Scene Absent
70. True Self Absent
71. Thanks for the Guidance Absent
72. Searching for You Debut
73. The Queen Descends Appears
74. After the Storm Screen
75. Letter Flashback
76. Deadly Weapon Pictured
77. Strategy Appears
78. Dispatch Appears
79. Inferno Number Two Appears
80. Who's That, Now? Appears
81. Bee My Pop Appears
82. High-Speed Hero II Absent
83. Earthbound Perp Absent
84. Dreams of a Hero Mentioned
85. Questioning Appears
Underground Masquerade Arc
86. Underground Fighting Tournament Absent
87. Rap Rap Rap Absent
88. Hidden Face, Bare Ears Absent
89. Super-Smashing Tiger Bunny! Absent
90. Team-Up in the Underground Absent
91. Dash Ahead to Plan B Absent
92. Might Signal Absent
93. Three-Second-Back-and-Forth Absent
94. Underground Roots Flashback
94.5. Tanuma Report Absent
Naruhata Lockdown Arc
95. Moon Absent
96. Negotiations Absent
97. Pursuers Absent
98. Intentional Persuasion Technique Absent
99. Invasion of the Faceless Absent
100. Super Explosion! Absent
101. Fly at Night Absent
102. Intruder Absent
103. Aim for the Head Absent
104. This Face Fantasy
105. Escape Start Absent
106. Chase of Crawlers Absent
107. A Hundred Hits Absent
108. Things That Live in the Abyss Absent
109. Encirclement Absent
110. Careless Absent
111. Return of the Fist Absent
112. The Ends to Miscalculation Absent
113. The Worst Villain Absent
114. Dogfight Absent
115. Conclusion to Power Absent
116. The Final Lesson Absent
117. The Absolute Worst One Absent
118. Golden Age Absent
119. That's Why I'm... Absent
120. Rootin' For Ya! Absent
121. Reinforcements Arrive Absent
122. One-Two Finish Absent
123. Bye Bye, Hero Absent
124. Forever Mentioned
125. Each of Our Futures Mentioned
126. The Skycrawler Rising Absent


  • (To herself) "They'll be bee-guiled by the new me!"[3]


  1. My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Vol.10, Omake
  2. My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 72.
  3. My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 73.

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