We have a second look at the third My Hero Academia movie, World Heroes Mission. A fresh trailer dropped today, and tickets officially went up for sale as well.
There is good reason to get your seats reserved now: anyone who attends opening weekend will get a 76-page collectible book called the My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission Vol. W Specialty Manga Booklet. Inside you’ll find tidbits about the making of the movie, original drawings of characters by manga creator Kohei Horikoshi, a Q&A and a special manga story. The books will only be given out while supplies last, and will likely be gone by the following Monday.
World Heroes Mission takes place during the most recent arc of the My Hero Academia anime, where Deku, Bakugo, Todoroki and their new friend Rody have been interning at the Pro Hero Endeavor Agency. Deku and Rody suddenly find they have been framed for a major crime, but that’s just the beginning of a larger problem. While on the run, they discover a sinister plot from Humarise to eliminate all the Quirks in the world! They’re now fighting not just to save themselves, but all superheroes (and all supervillains, technically).
My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission was directed by Kenji Nagasaki and animated by Bones, as the previous two movies were. The cast is also the same:
Funimation has revealed what they plan to release on home video formats through the rest of 2021. The biggest release of the month is Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, the blockbuster movie from Japan that didn’t too too bad in the States either. Over forty passengers have disappeared without a trace
It’s sure taking Attack On Titan a long time to end, isn’t it? Something called “The Final Season” began streaming on Funimation last year, but after those episodes were finished, the series wasn’t over….turns out we only got a half-season, and the rest of it would take another year to
We don’t know how good or bad the Netflix live-action adaption of One Piece will be (probably bad), but the actual cartoon is still going strong and about to hit the quadruple-digit mark in terms of episode count. This is your reminder that this coming Saturday, November 20, Funimation will
One of the titles that led the way for anime’s breakthrough in the West during the 90s was the four-part OVA Macross Plus. If you remember renting this from a Blockbuster VHS shelf and watching it on a 13-inch Trinitron, there’s good news ahead: a much better, much clearer, much