Howdy friends! I got some exciting video game news for you. I mentioned this before but if you like My Hero one’s Justice, you might want to save up for the sequel. Bandai Namco released a trailer at the New York Comic Con of the second installment of My Hero One’s Justice 2. The trailer reveals old and new characters fighting each other and the story even goes far into season 4. The trailer reveals that the game will be released no 2020. The game will be out on PS4, X1, Switch and Steam.
Also released in trailer format is Madara Uchiha gameplay for Jump Force. It’s been announced already that Madara Uchihia from the Naruto series will be joining the game Jump Force as a DLC character. Madara is expected to appear in digital markets in late 2019.
Great news MHA fans! If you are already excited for My Hero Academia season 4 and the upcoming movie, this news will add fuel to the hype. It’s been announced by Bandai Namco that the game My Hero One’s Justice will be getting a sequel. So far there isn’t full on details yet but it looks like the game will go beyond (no pun intended) the anime and manga. New characters are likely to appear in this game. There is no release date yet, but this game is expected to be released on 2020 for Switch, PS4, X1 and PC.
Hello anime fans! Here we are in September and summer is reaching the last few pages of the hot season. I hope everyone is doing okay. As we are approaching the fall season, get ready for some new anime! The action pack superhero anime series My Hero Academia is coming back with a fourth season in October 12th. Funimation has just revealed a the recent trailer revealing the next season of My Hero Academia. This trailer also shows the anime’s new song called “Solaris” from BLUE ENCOUNT. Are you ready to go beyond this fall?
Whether you either a fan of Pokemon for a long time or just wanted to join the trend, Pokemon is a revolutionary franchise that brings people together for fun. Whether you played the games, watched the anime or even played the card games, Pokemon has some kind of magic that attracts them. Thanks to the phone app game Pokemon GO, people are stepping out and exploring the world in order to catch Pokemon. With the new updates, people can be friends by sending friend requests. This allows people exchange gifts and also trade Pokemon. Did you know it can also bring friendship? It’s been reported by Crunchyroll that two well known Shonen Jump manga authors have become friends from Pokemon GO and how the game changed their habits. In a tweet, it’s revealed that it was My Hero Academia author Kohei Horikoshi who befriended One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda. In a tweet, Horikoshi said after he befriended Oda sensei in Pokemon Go, he got inspired to take walks out of his office and take up exercising more for his free time. In his tweet, he sketched out one of the characters from his series. The sketch shows Mina Ashido playing Pokemon GO on her phone. Mina Ashido is a friend and classmate to protagonist Izuku Midoriya and her quirk is the ability to spur out acid.
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Hello anime fans! I am here to bring some awesome news for your anime interest. Some of you may not be able to participate in San Diego’s Comic Con 2019, but you can rely on the internet to give you the latest scoop. In the anime news of Comic Con, I got some news for you if you like English Dub. Funimation has just released a trailer for the upcoming fourth season of My Hero Academia. If you love the anime so far, get ready because this anime is already set for the English Dub. The trailer reveals that the English Dub will be happening on October.
In regards to English Dub, if you been following the manga from Shonen Jump, you might have noticed the news of the sci-fi series Dr. Stone. The hit manga already has an anime and today, Funimation has just released the SimulDub of Dr. Stone. You can watch the anime in English Subbed or Dubbed. Funimation has revealed the English cast for the first episode and even announced the crew behind the dub.
ADR Director: Clifford Chapin
ADR Script Writer: Tyler Walker
ADR Engineer: Manuel Aragon
Senku: Aaron Dismuke
Taiju: Ricco Fajardo
Yuzuriha: Brittany Lauda
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If you like the first movie, get ready for the second movie. If you are in Japan, this movie will make a great Christmas gift. It’s already been announced that there is plans of a second My Hero Academia movie. Recently announced in a event, the second movie is going to be titled My Hero Academia The Movie Heroes: Rising. The event revealed the Key visuals and the BONES staff team will be back to create this movie. Surprisingly, the My Hero Academia creator Horikoshi announced that the movie is going to be using original materials which were planned to be in the final battle in the original story. The movie is expected to be release in Japan on December 20th.
If Deku is joining Jump Force, then bring in his friend/enemy Bakugo Katsuki. It’s already been announced that the season pass will include Bakugo and he will be a DLC character but recently revealed, Bandai Namco shared on Twitter some screenshots of Bakugo in combat. Bakugo is from the Shonen Jump series My Hero Academia who is the a friend and rival to the protagonist Izuka Midoriya. He also looks up to the greatest hero All Might. It’s unknown when will be released and ready to be download. Already in the online game store, we have Seto Kaiba, All Might and Biscuit Krueger ready to be purchased and download.
To take a break from E3 news, I got some anime news to share with you!
The insanely popular anime series My Hero Academia is coming back for another season. Season 3, both part 1 and part 2, has been completed in last year and you can watch these in DVDs and on Toonami. Season 3 ended with a positive message to fans that season 4 is confirmed and will be released in the fall. Now, we already a date when will season 4 will begin. Mark your calendars because My Hero Academia is plan to return on October 12!
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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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