With My Hero One’s Justice set to release later this month in the West, Weekly Jump has given fans the first look at the next DLC character for the game. Endeavor will be joining the fight later this month. If you pre-order the game, you will receive a code to download and play as the pro hero.
Additionally, Bandai Namco also teased the next character to be added to the roster. Based on the silhouette, it appears Inasa Yoarashi will be coming as a DLC fighter at a later date.
Studio Bones has aired the final episode of My Hero Academia season 3 today, and to wrap it up, they released a short announcement video for the fourth season. The 15-second video teases the “Big 3” and the villain for the next season.
Illustration by Yoshihiko Magoshi
Artwork by creator Kohei Horikoshi
Pre-orders for My Hero Academia Tsuyu Asui Hero Suit Version 1/8″ Figure are now open. Tsuyu Asui Figure will be releasing in March 2019.
AmiAmi – 12,380 JPY (about US$109.03)
Hobby Search – 12,150 JPY (about US $107.94)
- Takara Tomy
- Series Title
- My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia)
- Character Name
- Tsuyu Asui(Froppy)
- Yoshinori Itou
- Pre-painted Complete Figure
Size: Approx. H200mm
Material: PVC, ABS[Set Contents]
- Sculptor: Yoshinori Itou
With the third season of My Hero Academia coming to a close, fans have been wondering if Studio Bones intend to announce the next season immediately. According to the 44th issue of “Weekly Shonen Jump”, it appears the show will indeed continue on. No release information or official comments have been shared from the studio yet.
If this is correct, fans can expect the final episode to close off with that announcement, as they usually have done in the past.
My Hero Academia TV anime began airing with its third season in April, and will conclude with the sixty third episode this Saturday.
UPDATE #1 (September 27, 2018):
My Hero Academia Season 4 has been officially announced in “Weekly Shonen Jump” issue 44. (Thanks Moetron)
Funimation teased fans on Twitter an English-subtitled sneak peek clip of My Hero Academia: Two Heroes.
This is the second clip Funimation has released a week before the North American theatrical limited-release. The first clip was an English dubbed of the My Hero Academia: Two Heroes.
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes will be showing in over 400 theaters in US and Canada on September 25, 26, 27, and October 2. Funimation revealed they will run the English dubbed on September 25, 27, and 29; the Japanese with English subtitles on September 26 and October 2. Fans can look for the selected theaters near them through Funimation and Fandango.
Funimation released a sneak peak to My Hero Academia: Two Heroes dubbed. My Hero Academia: Two Heroes will be showing in over 400 theaters in North America on September 25, 26, 27, and October 2.
Funimation will show both English dubbed and Japanese with English subtitles in theaters across US and Canada. The English dubbed will run on September 25, 27, and 29; the Japanese with English subtitles on September 26 and October 2. Fans can look for the selected theaters near them through Funimation and Fandango.
An alternative version of Izuku Midoriya, Deku ‘Shoot Style’, will be releasing as free DLC for My Hero Academia One’s Justice on launch day. Players will need to download the additional content to receive access.
My Hero Academia One’s Justice is out now in Japan for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and will come to North America and Europe on not only the previously two mentioned platforms, also Xbox One, and PC on October 26th.
Madman Entertainment has announced that My Hero Academia: Two Heroes film is set to make its Australian premiere at Madfest 2018 in Melbourne next month. The movie will be screened with the Japanese dubbing and English subtitles.
Deku and All Might receive an invitation to I-Expo, the world’s leading exhibition of Quirk abilities and hero item innovations!Amid the excitement, sponsors, and pros from all over, Deku meets Melissa, a girl who is Quirkless just like he once was. Suddenly, I-Expo’s top-of-the-line security system gets hacked by villains, and a sinister plan is set in motion. It’s a serious threat to hero society, and one man holds the key to it all—the symbol of peace, All Might.
The English voice actor for All Might, Christopher Sabat, will be present at the event, and is planned to give a special introduction to the film. Tickets for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes cost $15 per person, and can now be purchased online here.
Madfest Melbourne runs from September 15th and concludes on September 16th.
With Gamescom 2018 underway, Bandai Namco released new gameplay footage in My Hero Academia: One’s Justice.
Ochako Uraraka vs All Might – 00:00
Tenya Iida vs Shoto Todoroki – 02:26
Ochako Uraraka vs All Might – 05:31
Stain vs Shoto Todoroki – 08:20
My Hero Academia: One’s Justice is releasing on August 23 in Japan on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. The West will receive the game under the name My Hero One’s Justice on October 26 on the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC.
Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for My Hero Academia One’s Justice, showcasing eleven minutes of gameplay of the entire character roster.
The roster includes:
- Izuku Midoriya
- Tomura Shigaraki
- Bakugo Katsuki.
- Tokoyami Fumikage
- Tsuyu Asui
- Himiko Toga
- Ochaco Uraraka
- Iida Tenya.
- Shoto Todoroki
- Shota Aizawa
- Momo Yayorozu
- Eijiro Kirishima
- Denki Kaminari
- Kyoka Jiro
- All For One
- All Might
Character Gameplay Trailer
My Hero Academia One’s Justice will launch on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan this Thursday, and in the west on October 26th for the previously mentioned two platforms, and also Xbox One and PC.