My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission Blu-ray Is Available for Pre-Order Now

My Hero Academia has given fans some major moments over the course of its feature-length films, with the latest of the current trilogy seeing Deku, Bakugo, and Shoto Todoroki teaming up once again to fight against a wild new threat to the world. With a new cult seeking to eliminate Quirks from the world, seeing them as a blight against humanity, fans now have the opportunity to pre-order My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission, which is set to hit the shelves this summer.

While the heroes and the villains would have no problem in training their Quirks to achieve their goals, Humarise offered a unique threat for Hero Society, seeing superpowers as being a plague and something that needed to be wiped out in order to save humanity. Deku and his friends had enough of a problem with this murderous cult, but the young crime fighters also had to struggle with the fact that Midoriya was being framed for mass murder, sending them on the run as they tried to balance their current problems with their heroic activities at the same time. Introducing plenty of new villains and heroes alike, World Heroes Mission is definitely a story to check out for UA Academy fans.

Best Buy current is taking pre-orders for the physical release of My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission on their website, offering fans DVD and Blu-Ray copies, along with a unique steelbook that features not only Deku, Bakugo, and Shoto Todoroki, but the newly introduced character in Rody Soul.

Best Buy's official description for the third movie in the Shonen franchise reads as such:

"A team of young superheroes race against time in the nation of Otheon to thwart an evil organization's potentially apocalyptic scheme to rid the world of all superhuman powers. Further complications arise from the fact that one of them has been charged with murder."

With My Hero Academia currently in its final arc in the pages of its manga, the series has yet to reveal when, or if, a fourth movie will be released, though in the past, Kohei Horikoshi himself had hinted at the idea that the series could receive as many as ten feature-length films in the future. 

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