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My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission Unleashes New English Language Trailer

The third My Hero Academia movie is coming stateside on October 29, with a bonus gift to ticket holders.


Funimation has dropped a new official dubbed trailer for My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission, which was recently announced to be coming to stateside theaters on October 29. Anime fans will have the option to watch the movie in both English subtitles and dub, with tickets finally going on sale October 1.

In addition to the new clip, Funimation has also announced in a release that it will be giving away a free, limited edition collectible My Hero Academia specialty manga booklet to theater ticket holders in the United States and Canada. The 76-page collectible book "gives an unprecedented look inside the making of My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission including original drawings of characters by manga creator Kohei Horikoshi along with a Q&A." Check out the clip below, and get psyched.

My Hero Academia takes place in a world where most of the population have super powers called quirks. My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission follows Izuku Midoriya, Bakugo Katsuki, and Shoto Todoroki while they are on their hero internship with Shoto's father and the number one Pro Hero, Endeavor. Midoriya and his new friend Rody find themselves framed for a crime they didn't commit and are tasked with clearing their name while also having two hours to save the world from the villain Humarise--who plans on eliminating the world of quirks.

The movie takes place in the wake of the anime's fifth season which is streaming on Funimation and airing on Toonami.

My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission will be the third film in the series, the first being My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (2018) and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (2020). The movie is expected to debut in more than 1,500 theaters across the United States and Canada.

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