Recently, a space phenomenon had the internet roaring over the concern of a single photo. One photo reveals an important statement concerning the mystery of space of an image of a black hole. A black hole is a cosmic body where a star collapses on itself and creates a very strong field of gravity. It pulls all kinds of the matter even other suns in the center of the massive mass of its entire cosmic’s being. In fact, black holes would not even be discovered without thanks to technology finding suns literally getting torn apart or split into many. Today’s post is about fictional causes of a black hole depicted in anime. The six shows that are mentioned by Kara Dennison would be in random order to avoid spoilers. The shows mentioned in the opinioned piece over blackholes are Fairy Tail, My Hero Academia, Aim for the Top! Gunbuster, Gurren Lagann, One Piece, and The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya. One cause is that the black hole is a person’s eye looking beneath them to observe microscopic specs of us humans. A black hole is caused by gravity, so a character’s ability to use infinite gravity might actually be a cause. Quite possibly, a character whose power is darkness could create gravity of great pulling power. A weapon of mass destruction could be utilized to create blackhole destroying effects on a planet somewhere. How about, an “interplanetary firepower” creating a swirling motion that breaks the cosmos. Lastly, a character that uses a power that is called Black Hole which is surely capable of creating the first black hole picture. I hope I described the random shows of blackhole causing events in anime. Give props to Kara Dennison from Crunchyroll News for her article on black holes created in anime. Kara explains more on her beliefs about gravity warping situational incidents and it has minor spoilers in its content.