Jiro Hotta is an adult man with an average constitution. Physically, he is very similar to his brother Ichiro, with dark hair, sharp eyes with small pupils, a goatee, and a small bump in the middle of his forehead. In addition to clothing, Jiro differs from his brother in that his face is a bit more slim square, and has a mustache.
When he makes use of his Quirk, normally after injecting Trigger, Jiro transforms into a humanoid grasshopper. His muscle mass increases and some parts are protected by insect-like quinine exoskeletons. His head resembles that of a grasshopper, with jaws, antennae, and compound eyes. Under this appearance, he is indistinguishable from his brother.
One way to differentiate him from his brother Ichiro is in the clothes he wears. Jiro wears a white hoodie and dark pants. Both brothers wear an apron with the name of their store written on it, and a yellow bandanna tied around their neck. The bandanna is the only garment that doesn't tear apart every time they transform.
After the Timeskip, Jiro wears a waiter uniform due to being a member of the Hopper's Cafe staff.
Despite being dealers, both Jiro and Ichiro have enough moral conscience and good sense to not deal with the Trigger that the Villain Factory distributes, knowing that the drug had uppers mixed in. Both pride themselves to deal only with a normal, legal version of Trigger to help stop balding and erectile dysfunction (although they don't have any license to sell the stuff, and therefore what they do is still a crime).
Even so, they do not like people outside their circle interfere in their business, because they hinder in their “respectable” racket. They are especially upset with Shota, who uses their store as his impromptu hideout and a meeting place with Detective Naomasa. And when it's not Shota the one who bothers them with his presence, it's Koichi. This frustrates the brothers to no end, and they would like everyone to leave so they can continue their affairs freely.
Despite this, Jiro and Ichiro always try to help their friends and acquaintances. Both tried to warn their friend Kirihito Kamachi to stay away from the adulterated Trigger because it caused many problems. And they didn't hesitate to help Shota in her fight against Octoid.
Both brothers are fans of Midnight.
Kirihito has a good relationship with the brothers Ichiro and Jiro, who call him Kamayan affectionately. They recognize that he is not very smart and kinda self-centered, tending to exaggerate his complains. However the brothers care for him and help him whenever they can: They warn him to keep away from the suspicious new Trigger, being worried when he suddenly disappeared. Weeks later they provided Kirihito their his warehouse so that he had a place to live when he could not return to his apartment due to his transformed new body.
At first, Shota had a confrontation with them, while investigating the traffic of Trigger. They attack him, but Shota defeats them easily. The Hotta Brothers avoid being arrested for their illicit dealings by becoming Shota's associates. Since then, Shota uses their store as his impromptu hideout, which frustrates the brothers to no end, and they have no problems to protest to him for this. Shota does not care about their opinions about him (although he admits they make good coffee). Still, they do not hesitate to lending him a hand in the fight with Octoid.
- Double Hotta Kick (ダブル堀田キック Daburu Hotta Kikku?): The Hotta Brothers leap into the air, flip, and come down with a tandem kick.
- Hotta Jump (堀田ジャンプ Hotta Janpu?):The Hotta Brothers jump over the enemy to distract him.
Trigger: Both Jiro and Ichiro usually carry a sample of the drug with which they usually deal. Whenever they have to face a threat, they give themselves a shot to boost their Quirks. Since their Trigger is a legal version, the boost is not as powerful as the adulterated version, but at least it does not make them go crazy.
Battles & Events
|Battles & Events|
- As implied in Chapter 32, it seems as though Jiro suffers from erectile dysfunction, whereas his brother Ichiro suffers from balding.
- Jiro's name references the main character of Android Kikaider by Shotaro Ishinomori. While his Quirk's transformation resembles Kamen Rider, another Ishinomori creation.
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|Next-Level Villains||Teruo Unagisawa • Kirihito Kamachi • Bat Villain • Octoid • Tommy S. Gordon • Willie Wanda • Bombers|
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|Members||Rojiya Yonenaga • Tetsu • Haruhisa • Soji|
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|Volcano Thieves||Volcano • Dusty Ash • Gust Boy|
|My Hero Academia: Vigilantes|
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