Izuku “Deku” Midoriya will one day be the world’s greatest Hero, but first, he must hone his superpower (“Quirk”) and survive a high school experience unlike any other. My Hero Academia, the Worldwide Smash hit manga and anime by Kohei Horikoshi, is entering it’s sixth season on the air, and once again Deku and his classmates will be tested by an oncoming war, and the looming threat of an old enemy who covets his Quirk.
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The popular anime adaption of Kohei Horikoshi’s shonen manga My Hero Academia has broken records with it’s films in the past. The third film installment in the series is likely set to gain even more accolades when Funimation brings the film to U.S. theatres in October following its Japan release earlier this month.
As reported by The Wrap, the director for the upcoming Legendary Films adaption of the My Hero Academia franchise has been named. Japanese director Shinsuke Sato will be heading up the film that was announced in 2018.