Funimation recently updated their official Youtube channel with an English Dub clip for the My Hero Academia Two Heroes film. As reported earlier, Funimation and TOHO hosted the worldwide debut of the film at Anime Expo ppm July 5 and the film later premiered in Japan on August 3. Funimation will distribute the film to over 400 theaters within the United States and Canada on the following dates. September 25-27 September 29, October 2 Screenings on September 25, 27 and the 29 will feature the original Japanese audio with English Subtitles. The screenings onRead More
Toho has recently updated their official Youtube channel with a new promotional video for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes. The new promotional video features the film’s theme song titled, “Long Hope Philia,” which is performed by Masaki Suda and composed/ written by Hiromu Akita (amazarashi). The film had its world premiere presented by Funimation and Toho at this year’s Anime Expo on July 5. The film will premiere in Japanese theaters on August 3. Funimation will be screening the film in 400 theaters within the United States and Canada. The film will be screened on September 25-29 and on October 2. WhileRead More
The recent issue of the Shonen Jump magazine has revealed a new cast member for the the My Hero Academia: Two Heroes film. The new cast member is Ryohei Kimura who will voicing the younger self of David Shield. The magazine also revealed that the next issue of the magazine will also feature a spin-off one shot manga titled, “Everyone is Surely Someone’s Hero (Kitto Daremo ga Dareka no Hero).” The manga will consist of 15 pages and will focus on Melissa, one of the characters introduced in the film. The manga will be illustrated by Yōkō Akiyama. The next issueRead More
Funimation Films has announced that they will be releasing Cowboy Bebop the Movie in North American theaters. For those who are unaware, Cowboy Bebop the Movie was originally released in Japanese theaters under the name, Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door on September 1, 2001. Whereas, it was originally released in North American theaters on August 11, 2002. The film was later released on home video in Japan on February 7, 2002, and in North America on June 28, 2011. Funimation Films will re-release the film in theaters as a two night event starting on August 15 with the originalRead More
The official My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: Futari no Hero) website has updated with new official character designs for the film. The new concept images feature a look at at All Might’s younger self as well as the party dress designs for the main characters. As reported earlier, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: Futari no Hero) will have a world premiere screening this weekend at Anime Expo on July 5. The film will later debut in Japanese theaters on August 3 and will also be released in both the U.S.Read More
Toho has updated their official Youtube channel with a new trailer for My Hero Adacemia: Two Heroes (My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: Futari no Hero). The latest trailer features a look at the new characters that will be introduced in the film as well as previewing the film’s theme song titled, “Long Hope Philia,” which is performed by Masaki Suda and composed by Hiromu Akita. Earlier this May, new cast members and production details were revealed for the film. The film will have a world premiere screening at Anime Expo on July 5, which will feature theRead More
Over the weekend, the official My Hero Academia film website updated with a new visual for the film. The latest features a look at Melissa and Devitt, who are two new characters that will make a debut appearance in the film. Mirai Shida will be voicing Melissa, who is a “quirkless girl,” and meets Deku on I Island. Her friend’s father, Devitt, will be voiced by Katushisa Namase. Devitt is a scientist who specializes in creating support items for heroes and was a friend of All Might when they were younger. Melissa tries her best to follow in Devitt’s footsteps. The film is titled, “MyRead More
The official Toonami facebook page has updated with a look at the new schedule for the block starting on May 5 at 10:30 P.M. The new schedule reveals that My Hero Academia will airing on Toonami starting at 11:30 P.M. Funimation Entertainment describes the series. Summer is here,and the heroes of Class 1-A and 1-B are in for the toughest training camp of their lives! A group of seasoned pros pushes everyone’s Quirks to new heights as the students face one overwhelming challenge after another. Braving the elements in this secret location becomes the least of their worries when routine trainingRead More
The official My Hero Academia website has updated with new visuals for some of the new characters that will be introduced in the third season of the series. The characters include: Daichi Endō: Twice (Quirk= Double) Tsuguo Mogami: Mr. Compress (Quirk= Compress) Ryō Iwasaki: Spinner (Currently unknown) Satoru Inoue: Magne (Quirk=Magnetism) The third season of the anime series will premiere on April 7 at 5:30 P.M. on YTV, NTV, and 27 other network affiliates.
Funimation Entertainment has announced that they will be simildubbing the first six episodes of My Hero Academia Season 3 simultaneously as it premieres in Japan on April 7. The series will also simulcast on Crunchyroll and Hulu with the original Japanese audio and English subtitles on the same day. Funimation Entertainment also provided a trailer on their official Youtube channel. The dubbed episodes will be released on FunimationNow in the following territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, and Australia.
The recent issue of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine has revealed some new cast members for the third season of the My Hero Academia anime series. The new cast members include: Kiyotaka Furushima: Mustard Shuhei Matsuda: Moonfish Kousuke Takaguchi: Muscular The third season of the anime series will premiere on April 7 at 5:30 P.M. on YTV, NTV, and 27 other network affiliates.
Betten Court, the illustrator for the My Hero Academia manga spin-off series titled, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, has recently posted the cover for the third volume of the manga. The cover’s jacket revealed that the third season will premiere on April 7. The series will air at 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays on YTV, NTV, and 27 other network affiliates. The season will also be streamed on Funimation. 見本届きましたー！2月2日(金)発売よろしくお願いします～！ pic.twitter.com/4deMKP451g — 別天荒人 (@bet10co10) January 30, 2018 As reported earlier, the upcoming season will feature the forest trip arc that was featured in the manga series.
The official Toho Animation Youtube channel has updated with a new trailer for My Hero Academia. The latest trailer features events from the second season of the anime. The trailer also features the first opening theme for the second season titled, “Peace Sign,” which was performed by Kenshi Yonezu. The video also promotes the third season of the anime and also Yonezu’s new album titled, “Bootleg,” which will be released on November 1. The third season will premiere in Japan in April 2018 and will feature the forest trip arc from the manga series. Funimation will also be streaming the third season of the animeRead More
It has recently been announced that the third season of My Hero Academia is currently in development. The announcement was revealed in the recent issue of the monthly Shonen Jump magazine. The second season will be concluding this weekend with episode 38/25. No other details are confirmed a this time so stay tuned for updates.
The latest combined issue of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine has revealed that three new cast members will be joining the second season of the My Hero Academia anime series. The characters that will be introduced soon in the second season of the anime are anime exclusive characters. The characters will join the show in the episode that will premiere on August 12. The new cast members include: Ami Koshimizu – Sirius: “Selky’s sidekick and Tsuyu’s trainer” Tomokazu Seki – Skelly: ” ‘shipwreck hero’ who has a gap between his appearance and personality” Anri Katsu –Read More