Some quick news for all you prospective U.A. students out there: the TV anime adaptation of Kohei Horikoshi's smash-hit superhero manga, My Hero Academia, is returning to Japanese airwaves for a 4th season in October of 2019. Hit the jump to Go Beyond, Plus Ultra!
The official website for My Hero Academia The Movie: The Two Heroes, which was originally released in Japan this summer, announced today that time-limited 4D screenings of the 96-minute film will begin in select theaters on January 11, 2019, under the title "4D PLUS ULTRA Screening." Check out the trailer and the manga author Horikoshi's message after the jump!
Japanese figure company Kotobukiya has listed its new 1/8 scale ARTFX J figure of Izuku "Deku" Midoriya from the My Hero Academia franchise for release in May 2019. The 210mm-tall figure is produced under the concept "The moment when facing a Villain." Check out details of the new Deku figure after the jump!
In addition to the live-action film by Legendary Pictures in near future, Kohei Horikoshi's sci-fi action shonen manga My Hero Academia will also get its stage play adaptation in the spring of 2019, titled "My Hero Academia The 'Ultra' Stage." Its official website and Twitter have opened with a teaser visual with All Might saying, "I am here at 'a stage play'!!!" Learn more after the jump.
New Fruits Basket anime announced, two more My Hero Academia spin-offs, Bungo Stray Dogs mobile game, Dragon Ball Super: Broly world premiere, & MORE! Hit the jump for the highlights of the hottest news in anime!
One of the bonuses given to My Hero Academia: Two Heroes theatergoers in Japan was a short volume 0 manga, which creator Kohei Horikoshi penned to tell the "All Might: Rising" story. Now that story is officially getting animated. Read on for more.
Viz Media announced three new manga licenses and a novel at this weekend's Anime NYC, including Hirofumi Neda's My Hero Academia: Smash!! four-panel manga. Read on for more.