Why You Should Watch My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

Popular YouTuber and Shonen expert, YonkouProductions, is here to tell you why you don’t want to miss out on My Hero Academia’s UK movie debut on December 4th. 

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My Hero Academia is one of the hottest franchises in recent memory, with 3 seasons already wrapped and a 4th on the way, it’s the perfect time for its big screen debut, which is just around the corner. But for the uninitiated and fans alike here’s why you need to see this film in theatres soon!

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

The series is heavily inspired by entertainment influences including American Comics like Spiderman and hits like Star Wars, which the creator Kohei Horikoshi is quite fond of. He even attended San Diego Comic Con this year, which ties nicely into the film as its set in I-Expo the world’s leading exhibition of Quirk abilities and hero item innovations. All Might gets an invite to the event and he decides to take our hero Deku along for the ride.

Throughout the film there’s moments of enthralling action that will have you on the edge of your seat, no matter how much of a fan you are as you experience what it means to go beyond – “Plus Ultra”. Whether it’s the opening scene, the final scene or any number of action set pieces in between the film delivers top-tier animation that exceeds the highs of even the TV series.

For those looking for some strong narrative elements rest assured that right from the start you’ll have a great tale of heroism with All Might’s past and younger days providing a nice contrast to what fans have experienced in the TV series. The bombastic scale of All Might’s action scenes will leave an impression even on the most inexperienced fan that will set the tone of the entire film.

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

The dynamic between the Class 1A characters and their roles will have you so entertained and amused, that you can’t help but cheer for them throughout their time at I-Expo. Likewise, Melissa and David Shield provide some great interactions with our loveable cast that can only be experienced in the film. Our protagonist Deku naturally gets his time to shine, but the rest of his 1-A classmates also have their highlights and showcase each of their strengths whilst building on their established rapport. A benefit of this is the humor, which can at times even overshadow the serious stuff, you’ll definitely find yourself laughing during certain unforgettable moments.

Overall, the film is a neat extension of the My Hero Academia universe that provides some interesting lore and ties itself well to the original series, with a story that anybody can follow whilst embodying the core of Hollywood superhero films that the series looks up to. You owe it to yourself to see the movie at least once on the big screen and experience the the SMASH hit in cinemas on December 4th and 5th.

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