More details about My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission emerge and the latest is about the movie’s timeline.
Sure, fans already know what story My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is about to take, but not its timeline. With the latest trailer dropped, does it hint when Deku and the company’s latest adventure occur?
The New Movie’s Timeline
After the franchise held a special online event for fans, Twitter user redandblonde240 shared its highlights.
The Japanese panel was quickly translated into English and it teased the film’s timeline happened after season five.
According to Comicbook, the arc in question is the Hero Internship arc. In the manga, Deku has a lot of training to do in this storyline.
He will end up working at Endeavor’s agency to learn more major lessons as his hero’s license will soon be put to the test.
Deku is about to know more important facts about the Number One hero at this time. Fans will also witness Bakugo being pushed in different ways when he joins Deku’s new job.
As Shoto will also join the duo, there will be a lot on their plate that they need to solve. Now, fans are about to see these three working together in My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission.
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New Cast Added, Trailer and More
Meanwhile, the movie’s official website revealed a new cast added to the film.
Kazuya Nakai will join the third My Hero Academia movie as Flect Turn. He is the leader of an organization that threatens the world, Anime News Network noted.
Kohei Horikoshi himself designed this character and he looked out of this world.
The franchise also drops the first full trailer for My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission, showing the young heroes in training.
The preview begins with a newscast calling Deku a “mass murderer.” It then introduces a mysterious terrorist organization that aims to kill every person who has Quirk.
So, how will they do it? Simple, they have planted bombs all over the world that is ready to explode anytime.
This makes the heroes scrambling to find these explosives. Deku, Bakugo and Todoroki now have to work with the Pro Heroes and do their best to stop these bombs from exploding.
They also have to help the young boy named Rody (Ryo Yoshizawa), who will work with them later.
The anime’s cast will reprise their roles in the movie, per Collider. Kenji Nagasaki also returns to the director’s seat at the Studio Bones.
My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is set to hit the Japanese theaters on August 6, though it remains to be seen if it will have an international release.
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