29 Mar 2018 1:15 PM +00:00 UTC

My Hero Academia Movie Gets Official Synopsis

My Hero Academia is getting an anime movie this year called My Hero Academia The Movie: The Two Heroes and fan are pumped up to see it. Set some time after the second season but before the third, it's expected to feature everyone's favorite characters and some spectacular animation, hence why anime fans have been obsessed with the show and manga.

Thankfully, the movie's website has been updated with a brand new synopsis of the film, with translations coming from this Tumblr. Like the best episodes of My Hero Academia, it's looking to balance sincere, heartfelt moments with bombastic, superhero-like action.

Here is the full synopsis:

After the end of the climatic Final Exams, the U.A. Class members head off to their school field trip for Summer break.
However, before they head off to the school field trip, All Might and Deku accept an invitation from someone to go abroad to a floating and mobile manmade city, called "I Island."
All researchers in the world, from both East and West, are gathered in this place, known as the Hollywood of Science, where they research quirks as well as hero supplemental items at the special "I Expo" convention that is currently being held on the island.
This is where Deku meets the quirkless girl, Melissa.
Melissa also is like him, quirkless. Deku is able to connect with Melissa by recalling when he too was quirkless.
During that time, suddenly, despite an iron wall of security surrounding the island, the system is breached by a villain who hacked into it! The people living on the island are all taken hostage!
Now, the Hero Association needs to act quickly to deploy their unshakeable "Plan" or else?!
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The only person who can grasp that key, is none other than the Number One Hero, All Might!

Having callbacks to Deku's time of being Quirk-less is a pretty good move. It's actually helped his character become more relatable than most anime protagonists and seeing Two Heroes maximize this is great to see.

The only thing odd about the film thus far is the poster, which features an All-Might with normal eyes. Yikes. Other than that, this looks to be a lot of fun and should provide plenty of entertainment for fans of the anime.

My Hero Academia The Movie: The Two Heroes hits Japan on August 3.

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