Fans of My Hero Academia are anticipating a new movie with Dark Might

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Fans of My Hero Academia have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming months.

Not only is the first episode of the seventh season of the well-liked anime series scheduled to debut on May 4 on Crunchyroll, but a brand-new movie is also in production.

The second trailer for the upcoming film, “My Hero Academia: You are Next,” was just released on the YouTube site of Toho Animation, and fans are already talking about it a lot.

The movie promises to present an original story about the fall of a safe society that occurs in the same time frame as the current anime season.

Fans can still anticipate a great deal of the action, drama, and character development they have grown to love from the series, even though it won’t be a straight translation of the manga.

The emergence of “Dark Might,” an evil version of All Might, is one of the most thrilling parts of the new movie. Dark Might will be narrated by Kenta Miyake, who currently plays All Might.

Dark Might engages in simultaneous combat with five heroes in a newly unveiled key picture for the film, indicating the enormity of the task that awaits Izuku and his companions.

The main plot point of “My Hero Academia: You are Next” is the unexpected appearance of a massive stronghold in a war-torn nation. Heroes must step in when the stronghold engulfs entire villages and populations, creating a dire situation.

A man who appears to be the “symbol of peace” approaches Izuku and his classmates, which adds another level of intrigue to the story.

Tensai Okamua is directing the movie, which has Studio Bones handling the animation and Toho handling distribution. These well-known figures in the anime business have shown time and again that they are more than capable of vividly capturing the universe of My Hero Academia.

August 2 is when “My Hero Academia: You are Next” is scheduled to open in Japanese theaters; dates for release abroad will be revealed later. Fans can watch all six seasons of the anime on Crunchyroll in the interim.

Since the manga’s debut in Weekly Shonen Jump in July 2014, the My Hero Academia franchise has grown to become an international hit.

One of the best-selling manga series ever created by creator Kohei Horikoshi has resulted in a number of spin-offs, light novels, stage plays, and even a live-action movie version that is now in development.

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