In My Hero Academia #265, Dabi intervened just in time to save Twice from Hawks, who revealed himself as a traitor to the Paranormal Liberation Front. Knowing he wont be able to beat Dabi in this condition, Hawks prepares his exit strategy; then everything goes from bad to worse.
Is Hawks actually a villain?
While Hawks maintained a friendship and earned the trust of the villain, Twice, he did feel guilty about lying to him and eventually having to betray his trust. He soon finds Twice to be a good individual despite the latter being a villain, and thus wanted to redeem Twice and help him get back on his feet.
Is Hawks a spy for the League of Villains?
At first, My Hero Academia stuns with its reveal that Hawks is really a double agent working for the League of Villains. The No. 2 hero confronts Dabi, telling him what the Nomu promised did not go as planned.
Is Hawks evil or good?
As it turns out, Hawks is working for the League of Villains on the sly, but he is doing so under orders from some stuffy executives at his Hero Agency. Yes, Hawks has found himself in a big pickle here. He is a good guy playing a bad guy who is actually a good guy.
Is Hawks a traitor in Season 5?
Its honestly comforting to see that Hawks is not in fact a traitor and is just playing the long game with his infiltration of the League of Villains.
Who killed hawks?
Perpetrators. John Julius Jacobson, Jr. Skylar Preciosa Deleon (born John Julius Jacobson, Jr., AKA Skylar Julius Deleon) is a convicted murderer of 3 people.