Prime Video bets on anime with My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission

My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission is a 2021 Japanese animated superhero film, based on an original story starring characters from the manga series. My Hero Academia of Kohei Horikoshi.

The new tape Prime Video It is the third film in the franchise directed by Kenji Nagasaki from a script written by Yousuke Kuroda and starring Daiki Yamashita, Nobuhiko Okamoto, and Yuki Kaji as part of an ensemble cast.

World Heroes Mission it opened in Japan on August 6, 2021, and was released in the United States and Canada on October 29. It received generally positive reviews, who praised the animation and plot, but criticized the character development. The film grossed more than $47 million worldwide and received a nomination at the New Type Anime Awards.


When a sinister organization threatens to wipe out all superhuman powers, the fate of the world hangs in the balance. Two hours after the collapse of civilization, Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki manage to work as a team, but there’s still a problem. Deku is on the run for murder.


Likable characters, positive messages, small doses of humor, and fluid, vibrant animation They will make it a must-watch for fans and a good introduction for newcomers.” Jeffrey M. Anderson: Common Sense Media.

“For casual fans, it’s good enough in terms of watchability, crowd-pleasing action, jokes and main relationship. But despite the richness of the material, it has little substance“, Caroline Cao: SlashFilm.

“World Heroes Mission has little to offer to longtime fans of the series or to new viewers, who will not find anything that makes the series great in terms of it’s basically filler“, Maya Phillips: The New York Times. @mundiario