My Hero Academia: after Netflix live action, this new project tries everything for everything

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A beautiful poster showcasing two stylish protagonists of My Hero Academia and it doesn’t take more to attract fans! This new project around the manga phenomenon goes even further in the affront than the live action film recently announced on Netflix…

The curse of live action adaptations

Essential for fans of Japanese animation, manga and animated series My Hero Academia will soon have to pay the price of their notoriety. Like countless other successful anime, the license will indeed soon go through the live action grinder and the reaction of the fans was not long in coming. Just announced on Netflix, this adaptation provoked the skepticism of the most curious and the discontent of the greatest number on social networks. His detractors even drew the video of a amateur short film acting as a real slap in the face for Netflix, just to drive the point home. Admittedly, examples of successful live action films are rare, but hopefully this one might not do worse than the terrifying Saint Seiya live adaptation project


My Hero Academia: The Ultra Stage, the musical!

To be honest, when we saw this poster of My Hero Academia, we immediately thought of the live action film. In reality, this is a completely different project that pushes the delirium even further. As we know, the Japanese public is particularly fond of musical shows, and if the legendary shows of the franchise Sakura Taisen (Sakura Wars in Europe) have serious arguments to spare, shows directly adapted from shônen manga (like Prince of Tennis, etc.) are already much less justified. However, the event entitled “My Hero Academia: The Ultra Stage” will soon be a reality in Japan where performances are already scheduled for spring 2023. Everything is accompanied by a trailer that we can’t resist sharing with you.

And if you’re still skeptical, find out what the actors and actresses will look like who will lend their features and their voice to the characters of “My Hero Academia: The Ultra Stage”. Admit that the work done to visually get as close as possible to the protagonists created by the mangaka Kôhei Horikoshi is admirable. It remains to be seen what all this gives with the sound which, strangely, seems to take a back seat on this video…

My Hero Academia: after Netflix live action, this new project tries everything for everything

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