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Synopsis

When a cult of terrorists ruins a city by releasing a toxin that causes people's abilities to spiral out of control, Japan's greatest heroes spread around the world in an attempt to track down the mastermind and put him to justice.

Cast

  • Daiki Yamashita
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto
  • Yûki Kaji
  • Tetsu Inada
  • Yûichi Nakamura
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya
  • Ryô Yoshizawa
  • Arisa Sekine
  • Megumi Hayashibara
  • Yoko Honna

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The movie is action-packed with great visuals and the director throws some jabs in there that caught my attention, but the movie lacked in story/plot. All in all though the movie is the 3rd best out the 3. The villains designs and quirks are nice and the main baddie-Typical for what the movie portrayed. Some parts could've never been added and might have made the movie better. I know I'm being vague but for those who still want to see it I don't want to spoil it for anyone.

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James J

Metacritic

80
Oct 28, 2021

My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission boasts the franchises' best animation yet, as well as a dark and menacing villain straight out of an X-Men comic. It all results in a compelling and thrilling adventure that, sadly, suffers from being an isolated non-canon story.

Metacritic review by Rafael Motamayor
Rafael Motamayor
IGN
40
Oct 28, 2021

This is definitely one My Hero Academia adventure that should go back to the classroom.

Metacritic review by Richard Whittaker
Richard Whittaker
Austin Chronicle