The production of the feature film Boku no Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission (My Hero Academia: World Mission of Heroes), the third film in the franchise of Boku no Hero Academia, it was announced that the “Ultra Plus Edition“Of the Blu-ray / DVD version will include the anime”Tabidachi (Departure)“, An adaptation of the manga”No.XXX Hawks: SOOTHE“As a benefit. This manga was submitted as part of a raffle among Japanese viewers.
The Blu-ray / DVD version is scheduled for release on February 16, 2022 in Japan, while Funimation The feature film will premiere in theaters in Mexico on January 6, 2022, both with subtitles and with dubbing into Latin Spanish, while for the rest of Latin America it will arrive on the next date to be announced. On the other hand, the film opened in theaters in Japan on August 6 and accumulated more than 3.18 billion yen (about 28.68 million US dollars) until September 26 of this year, being the most successful film in the franchise.
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- Kenji Nagasaki was in charge of the direction of the feature film at the studios BONES.
- Yousuke Kuroda was in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
- Yoshihiko Umakoshi was in charge of character design under the supervision of Kohei Horikoshi.
- Yuki Hayashi was in charge of the composition of the soundtrack.
- The band Asian Kung-Fu Generation performed the title track titled “Empathy.”
Sinopsis de Boku no Hero Academia the Movie: World Heroes’ Mission
In the movie’s story, a mysterious organization dedicated to the destruction of people with Quirks has launched a threat and planted bombs all over the world. Professional heroes and those in hero training rush to find the bombs. Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki meet Rody (voiced by Ryō Yoshizawa), a boy who lives in a mobile home in his designated area of Oseon, and they end up working with him.
Source: Comic Natalie
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