On January 26, My Hero Academia World Heroes Mission hits theaters! You can now reserve your seats for the film event at the start of the year.
Prepare for a titanic fight! After a daunting season 5, My Hero Academia continues its legend on the big screen with World Heroes Mission, the third feature film in the franchise after Two Heroes and Heroes Rising. The phenomenon of Japanese animation will land on January 26, 2022 at the cinema.
In this new film of the saga, the world is in great danger. Viewing the Alters as a plague, the Humarise organization has decided to eradicate those who hold these powers from the face of the globe. To do this, she placed bombs exacerbating the Alters, until they killed their owners.
All of Yuei’s superheroes and apprentices are sent across the world to avoid disaster. As Deku, Katsuki, and Shoto follow Endeavor to stem the threat, Deku accidentally finds himself embroiled in an incident and actively wanted by authorities.
But the clock is ticking and they only have two hours before the worst happens. Faced with a peril of unprecedented magnitude, the fate of the world and that of the heroes now rests in their hands!
To celebrate the film’s release in France, Crunchyroll and CGR Events are organizing several premieres, including two at the Grand Rex on January 21. You can reserve your seats by clicking HERE. The CGR cinemas also offer to buy tickets in advance to be sure not to miss the event.
Released in Japan on August 6, World Heroes Mission is therefore the third feature film of the license, but it is the first to be the subject of a real official national release. Two Heroes (2017) and Heroes Rising (2019) were only entitled to a few event screenings in France before being exploited on video. Distributed by CGR Events with the Crunchyroll teams, World Heroes Mission will be offered in more than 250 theaters across France in VF and VOSTFR.
Produced since 2016 by the studio Bones (Full Metal Alchemist, Mob Psycho 100), the series already has 5 seasons and more than a hundred episodes. My Hero Academia airs on DNA, Netflix and Crunchyroll, TV on Toonami, J-One and TFX.
The first four seasons are also available on DVD and Blu-ray from Kazé. The anime is based on the manga created by Kohei Horikoshi. It is one of the best-selling works in the world with 50 million copies sold (31 volumes released to date).