As a child, Garou was unpopular and a social outcast. At school, while he was reading a book, a popular boy named Tacchan and another student were playing heroes , after Garou tried to make Tacchan realize it was dangerous to kick another student from high ground, Tacchan declared Garou to be the new villain and himself as Justice Man. He tried to kick Garou, Garou dodged, but after Tacchan missed and hurt himself, to which Garou apologizes. Tacchan asked him what was he doing, pointed out that Garou was the monster, and then kicked him in the face while making others kids to restrain him. Later Garou tried to stand up for himself by making Tacchan fight him to make him realize that he cannot bully Garou anymore, but the other children gathered around and started defending Tacchan, saying it was just how the game works. Tacchan then cowardly asked other children to pin Garou to the ground and called the teacher while running away. Garou noticed how Tacchan was the one always smiling, liked by everyone, and was good at everything, even though he was a jerk; while Garou was alone, gloomy, and had no friends. Garou eventually snapped and began to see that heroes are nothing more than a bunch of bullies who are preying on the weak and outcast of society like him while receiving praise from other people who equally hate the outcast. He became frustrated every time Justice Man comes and stops them.
In the webcomic, Garou hunts for Death Gatling and fights him on his own, only to be interrupted by Genos. This was replaced in the manga by Death Gatling's ambush and featured far more heroes. However, Genos still arrives to fight Garou at the end of the battle in a similar fashion. This wiki.
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