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My Hero Academia Announces Return of Play and New Project for 2022 | Spaghetti Code

Anime series My Hero Academia ad a new adaptation to the theater for the spring of 2022, which would be part of the history of My Hero Academia: The Ultra Stage Real Hero Plus Ultra and will tell the adventures of the UA Academy students.

The official Twitter account of My Hero Academia made it known be working on a new play that will continue to tell the adventures of heroes, at the same time that he reported on the return of the theatrical adaptation that was postponed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Although no further details were given about the new production, it is expected to finish the work first. The Ultra Stage Real Hero Plus Ultra, which was scheduled for early 2021 and will now take place in December. The play will take place at Tokyo Dome City Hall from December 3 to 12 and there will be performances at Tokyo Gejiko from December 24 to 26.

The second play was scheduled for the beginning of the year | Source: Shueisha

The second staging was postponed for the first time in 2020, as it was scheduled in Tokyo and Osaka between March and April 2020, but most of the performances were canceled due to the coronavirus, however, the play My Hero Academia: The Ultra Stage Real Hero Plus Ultra verIt will be the full version and will feature the villains Dabi, Himiko Toga and Twice, who will have more power on stage.

This play is based on the manga My Hero Academia, a work created by Kohei Horikoshi, which is currently being published, while there is an adaptation to the anime with 5 seasons so far, 3 films and two video games.

My Hero Academia has gained popularity, since the aesthetics of the characters are inspired by superheroes from the United States, however for Horikishi, his main source of inspiration has been the work Naruto de Masashi Kishimoto.

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