Great news My Hero Academia fans, the popular Shonen series is getting another film! Revealed at AnimeJapan2019, My Hero Academia will be receiving a second film this upcoming winter. The movie will have manga author Kohei Horikoshi supervising the project along with the the director of the fist movie Kenji Nagasaki and screenwriter Yosuke Kuroda. Anime’s character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi and soundtrack composer Yuuki Hayashi will be returning to this movie.
The first movie My Hero Academia: Two Heroes made its first debut in theaters in August 2018. Funimation hosted the anime in English Dub in July.
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Our young heroes start their first internships with real pros! Put on blast by some serious training, Deku will see how far he can push his new skills when a classmate gets cornered by Hero Killer: Stain. The fight leaves a lasting impression before Class 1-A goes back to the grind for final exams. Setting aside rivalries, the students face their toughest opponents yet—their teachers.
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Hey hero fanatics! I got some good and bad news for you in regards to My Hero Academia. It’s been revealed by Funimation that the popular Shonen Jump series My Hero Academia is a release date/month for the upcoming season 4. That’s the good news, it’s confirmed to be in 2019. Here is the bad news. My Hero Academia season 4 is set to be released and streamed on October 2019. Which means, this anime is going to be a fall anime title and you are going to have wait for the Halloween season to see your favorite hero students.
With every popular anime, there is someone out there plotting to make a live action movie adaptation. Not one, but two popular series might be on the horizon on getting a live-action adaptation. Last week, movie company announced that they want to do a live-action movie based on Kohei Horikoshi’s Shonen Jump manga My Hero Academia. There’s not much information yet, but it is mentioned that Alex Garcia (Spanish Actor) and Pacific Rim: Uprising writer and producer Jay Ashenfelter will be involved with the project and Ryosuke Yoritomi will be the producer representing the movie in Japan.
Besides My Hero Academia, Attack on Titan will be getting the same treatment as well. Announced yesterday, Warner Bros wants to do a live-action movie of Hajime Isayama’s manga Attack on Titan. It’s confirmed that the director involved with this Hollywood movie will be Andy Muschietti who previously directed the the 2017 horror movie IT.
Class 1-A made a name for themselves after facing The League of Villains, but an even greater challenge is about to begin. These young heroes will now fight students from other classes in the world’s biggest Quirk competition-the U.A. sports festival! With dreams at stake and friends turning to adversaries, Deku will give everything he’s got in his grand debut as the world’s next symbol of peace.
*It won’t contain spoilers in this season, but I will assume everyone watched season 1.
Read my review of the first season here
With the movie in the horizon, we are getting more good news for My Hero Academia fans. Revealed on Twitter, English translation company Viz Media announced that fans who has a Viz account on their website will be given the digital one-shot manga titled My Hero Academia: All Might’s Rising. Readers online will be able to see a young All Might and his experience as a beginner hero along with seeing his mentors. So if you are anticipating for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes the movie and you want to learn more about All Might’s younger years, get a Viz account and get the free manga!
Already screened in Japan, FUNimation along with TOHO announces that they will be screening the anime movie My Hero Academia: Two Heroes. The plan is to screen the movie over 400 theaters in North America and Canada on September 25, 26, 27, 29 and October 2. Tickets go on sale on August 24th. Based on the days you choose, the movie will play either English Dub or Subbed. Here is what to expect:
September 25, 27, and 29
September 26 and October 2
Hello readers, I got some exciting news from the world of manga of Weekly Shonen Jump. As you may have noticed, Weekly Shonen Jump not only releases new magazines every week digital, but they also have a podcast where fans can listen to the editors share the news and discuss the recent issue of manga. In this special podcast episode, the team got the chance to meet Kohei Horikoshi and interview him. Kohei Horikoshi is the creator of the popular series My Hero Academia and he also did the series Barrage. Check it out!
Announced today on Twitter from Funimation and Toonami, it has been revealed that the insanely popular Shonen Jump anime My Hero Academia will finally be joining Toonami! Confirmed by FUNimation, the company that license the English Dub, My Hero Academia will be on TV on May 5th.
This will be another Shone Jump title joining Toonami. The SJ anime that is currently on Toonami is Black Clover, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusade, Hunter x Hunter, Dragon Ball (Kai Final Chapter and Super), and Naruto Shippuden. If you like My Hero Academia and you like watching it on English Dub, mark your calendars!
It is already known that this game is coming to Japan and Europe, but now Bandai Namco just recently released news that the game inspired by the anime My Hero Academia is coming to America.
Revealed in the tweet, a trailer revealed the gameplay of the characters and the battle features such as stage destruction and a sidekick assist combat. However, this game got a name change. According to the trailer, the game is called My Hero One’s Justice. It’s unknown why they decided to remove Academia or it could be an error. In America, this game will be available for PS4, X1, Switch and PC for this year.