The official website of the Boku no Hero Academia
(My Hero Academia
) anime series announced a third anime film on Monday. The film, tentatively titled Boku no Hero Academia: The Movie 3
, will open in Japan in Summer 2021.
Production staff returning for the third film at animation studio Bones
include Kenji Nagasaki
(Boku no Hero Academia the Movie: Futari no Hero
), scriptwriter Yousuke Kuroda
(Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online
), character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi
(Majo Minarai wo Sagashite
), and music composer Yuuki Hayashi
). Original manga creator Kouhei Horikoshi
is serving as the chief supervisor.
Drawing inspiration from his 2008 Boku no Hero
) one-shot, Horikoshi began the action superhero manga
in Weekly Shounen Jump
in July 2014. Shueisha published the 28th volume on September 4, with the 29th volume scheduled for release on January 4, 2021. Boku no Hero Academia
has a cumulative 28 million copies of its compiled volumes in print.
The 13-episode first television anime
aired in Spring 2016, followed by the second, third, and fourth seasons
in Spring 2017, Spring 2018, and Fall 2019, respectively—each running for 25 episodes. The Futari no Hero
side-story films opened in Japan in August 2018 and last December. A fifth anime season
is scheduled to premiere in Spring 2021 (pictured right).
VIZ Media licensed the manga in English through its Shounen Jump imprint in February 2015 and serialized it in their digital Weekly Shonen Jump magazine till it discontinued. The company's new Shounen Jump platform now simulpublishes
the manga with the Japanese release. The 25th volume was shipped
Official site: https://heroaca-movie.com/
Official Twitter: @heroaca_movie
Source: Anime! Anime!
Boku no Hero Academia the Movie 3