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Date: May 28, 2024 Time: 19:34:38

The Crunchyroll catalog continues to throw in a couple of surprises, and this time there’s some good news for fans of My Hero Academia as the franchise’s first film.

That’s it! Uncle Cranci recently revealed that My Hero Academia: Two Heroes will be available in his catalog from August 17, 2023. Assuming the film already has an original dub, it is likely that it will be included in this format just like its original dub. dubbed in the original language with subtitles.

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes made its theatrical debut on August 3, 2018 and premiered on November 30 in Latin America. Although 5 years have passed since then, this tape has begun to gain importance in the history of the series, as some events of the manga began to be associated with this tape, so you definitely do not want to miss a new opportunity to see the first Boku movie. , no hero

Synopsis for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

“Deku and All Might receive an invitation to I-Expo, the number one exhibition in the world of superhero technology. When the villains break into their state-of-the-art security system, a sinister plan is set in motion where only one person has the solution to all problems.”

Will you see the first My Hero Academia movie on Crunchyroll? The anime is preparing to premiere its 7th season, but for now, the animated series has 143 episodes that you can see on Crunchyroll, some of them in both the original language with subtitles and dubbed in Latin-Spanish.

It’s worth noting that the franchise is already preparing a fourth MHA film and the first advance can be seen at the previous link.

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