I've been trying to learn Japanese for a little over a month now which let me finally read this little tag line on a My Hero Academia poster I have 「最高のヒーローに」
Once I looked up the meaning of each Kanji I gathered that is meant something along the lines of "the best of heroes" or just "the best hero." When I checked, I found out it translates to "be the best hero" so I was close. Awesome.
However that に at the end started messing me up when I thought about it. Thanks to my lessons, Google and other questions on here, I've seen that the particle に is used for stuff like destination and time, being translated to "to" or "at" but I don't get it here. Can it be used for stuff like "I'm going/want to be" or to mark goals too?