My Hero Academia: Physical World Heroes Mission Before Summer
Last Thursday, Ramen for Two had as guests in the twitch channel to Manu Guerrero and Paty from Select Vision to present the news for January and February. During the direct, they revealed that, if all goes according to plan, the film My Hero Academia: World Heroes Quest will come out on sale in physical format before the summeralthough at the moment they do not give more details of the edition.
My Hero Academia: World Heroes Quest is the third feature film based on the popular work created by Kohei Horikoshi. The distributor of the wolf took the tape to the spanish cinemas last 12th of Novemberboth in original version subtitled in Spanish as with Spanish dubbing. In Japan, the film hit theaters on August 6. This third installment is animated by the studio BONES and it has Kenji Nagasaki as director, while Yousuke Kuroda returned to write the script. Likewise, they also repeated Yoshihiko Umakoshi as character designer Yuki Hayashi as a music composer.
The first two movies My Hero Academia: Two Heroes and My Hero Academia: Heroes Awakeningare also licensed by Select Vision. Prior to these feature films we find the animated series, whose first season premiered in April 2016 and ended in June with 13 episodes. This was followed in 2017 and 2018 by a second and third season of 25 episodes each. A fourth installment aired in Japan between October 2019 and April 2020 with a total of 25 episodes. Likewise, a fifth season is currently being broadcast, with 24 episodes broadcast to date. To all this we must also add the production of 3 OVA.
Actually in Netflix Spain are already available first two seasons with audio in several languages, including the original version with Spanish subtitles and the dubbing in spanish. The fourth and fifth season can be enjoyed at Crunchyroll UK in original version with subtitles in Spanish. What’s more, Select Vision It has released the first season of the TV anime as well as the first two movies on DVD and Blu-ray.
As for the original manga, it continues to be published in the pages of the Weekly Shonen Jump and since it began to be published in 2014, and already brings together 32 compiled volumes. In addition, it has three spin-off manga: Boku no Hero Academia Smash!!, Boku no Hero Academia: Team Up Mission and Vigilante: Boku no Hero Academia Illegalsas well as the light novel My Hero Academia: School Briefs. The original work has arrived in Spain from the hand of comic planetwhich has so far launched on the market the 29 first compiled volumes. In addition, the publisher has licensed the official guide to the work My Hero Academia – Ultra Archivenovels, children’s comedy My Hero Academia Smash!! and the spin-off Vigilante Illegals.
The Humanize organization has hidden bombs to destroy boon holders around the world and Deku and the rest of the heroes must find them. A mysterious criminal organization known as Humanize aims to destroy gift-holders around the world. With the purpose of saving the population from the special bombs that have been hidden all over the planet, a selection of heroes is formed worldwide. Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki, who are interning at a hero office, are also part of the mission in the distant country of Oseon. But Deku is involved in an incident and becomes the most wanted in the entire country. Meanwhile, Humanize releases a statement to the world… The time limit is 2 hours! Now the future of the world and of the heroes is in their hands… Deku and his companions face the greatest mission in history and the stage is the entire world!