Fans are now getting little updates about My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missions. After a movie report last week, it now drops a new visual of Deku.
My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missions gives a full look at Deku. Though it remains to be seen what it means, he looks like he is outraged.
A New Image
The franchise once again hypes fans with a new image featuring Deku. Although any spoilers do not accompany it, it seems to tease an action scene involving the young hero.
The close-up shot hints at Deku in the middle of the fight as his energy protrudes over his body.
This is the same scenario fans often see with One for All. It cannot be denied that the aspiring No. 1 Pro Hero looks a little worn out in this sequence.
He looks unscathed, though. But, if he has this face in any battle, according to Comicbook, it may be a tough one.
My Hero Academia: WORLD HEROES’ MISSION – New Image.
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The New Movie Update
Meanwhile, the movie’s sound director, Masafumi Mima, gives an official update about the upcoming film.
He revealed the sound work for My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missions is now 75% finish, which means it is near completion.
“[Now,] 75% of the sound work on My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is complete,” he said.
“Daiki Yamashita (Izuku) and Ryo Yoshizawa (Rody) have both finished their recording, and Yuki Hayashi’s music has arrived too!” he added. “Now then, how will it turn out? Everything is in director Nagaasaki’s head!!”
Mima’s excitement could be felt in between his statement. In no time, fans are about to see Deku and company on the big screen—once again trying to save the earth.
The Movie’s Official Synopsis
My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missions is the third movie from the franchise. It will tell a new story that is set after the Endeavor Agency arc.
“A mysterious group called Humarize strongly believes in the Quirk Singularity Doomsday theory which states that was quirks get mixed further in with future generations, that power will bring forth the end of humanity,” its official synopsis reads.
“In order to save everyone, the Pro-Heroes around the world ask UA Academy heroes-in-training to assist them and form a world-classic selected hero team,” it continues. “It is up to the heroes to save the world and the future of heroes in what is the most dangerous crisis to take place yet in My Hero Academia.”
My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missions will hit the Japanese theaters on Aug. 6, though there are no words about its international release yet.
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