Venom Comic Artist Makes Special Illustration for My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission | Spaghetti Code

To celebrate the arrival of the film My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission to the West, thanks to Funimation, artist Ryan Stegman, an illustrator recognized for his work to Venom in Marvel Comics, made a special collaboration with anime and his way of drawing.

Through Funimation’s official Twitter account, it was shared Ryan Stegman’s new artwork, in which we can see Deku bringing out some of his One for All power, while fighting with the villain of the movie World Heroes’ Mission, Flect Turn.

It is not the first time that Stegman has done illustrations for the Kohei Horikoshi franchise, as he previously drew a manga cover for the series, in the who represented two villains greatest of the U.A., Dabi y Shigaraki.

Source: Ryan Stegman

My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission It premiered on August 6 in Japan and in recent days it has been presented in some parts of the world such as Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland.

My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission will follow the adventures of our heroes, after a mysterious villainous organization launched a threat to destroy all the quirks in the world, so he put bombs in some places on the planet. It will be time for professional and trainee heroes to find the explosives, while Blanket, Bakugo and Todoroki team up to work with Rody.

On the other hand, we know that Ryan Stegman had an important career drawing everyone’s favorite symbiote and he did it from the hand of writer Donny Cates, to add a new brand to the mythology of Venom, when Eddie Brock faced the God of Symbiotes, Knull.

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