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My Hero Academia – the Two Heroes: scenes of the new film with Bakugo and Kirishima

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Published on Sep 14, 2018

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Following a television broadcast of the japanese dedicated is been spread to a new scene (for those who have not had the opportunity to go in the movie room) My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, (My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: Futari no Hero), the first animated feature film released on August 3, 2018 and inspired by the manga “My Hero Academia” written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi on Weekly Shonen Jump.

Set in The Island, the scene in question is focused on a time in which Bakugo and Kirishima, two of the students of the course for heroes of the high School Yuhei much loved by fans for their close bond of friendship, face a villain. Bakugo seems to be in difficulty, but Kirishima saves time, nearly sacrificing himself. Noticing this gesture, Bakugo screams the name of his friend and it was a very poignant having regard to the character of Bakugo not inclined to betray the positive emotions. Here's the clip:

Here's the KiriBaku scenes from the BNHA movie where Kirishima saves Bakugou and Bakugou cries out "KIRISHIMAA!!" but uh...just not with these voice actors/actresses LOL...still good though 👌 pic.twitter.com/wtMy3Ela5C

— ☆オードリーAudrey☆ (@aitaikimochii) September 6, 2018

The second clip is a little longer than the preceding, is a preview in the video to promote the dubbed version in English of the feature film whose u.s. release is scheduled at the end of the month. We, of course, we will focus on the clip, but who chews a bit of English will be able to enjoy the moment.

The scene is unedited, and shows a moment in which Bakugo and some of the other famous and aspiring Heroes of the high School Yuhei face a trial. Appears in the clip also Melissa Shield, the future friend of the Deku and original character created by Kohei Horikoshi specifically for the film. Here's the whole thing:

FELLAS!!! pic.twitter.com/TyjhkKQOx4

— Enzo🔭 (@transdenki) September 10, 2018

From the feature-length film was made of a light novel, a volume manga entitled " My Hero Academia: Volume 0, one-shots and extra chapters published in special leaflets and the magazine Shonen Jump.

Here is the synopsis of the film:

“All Might receive an invitation from an old friend to attend the premiere of a great gathering scientific international level that takes place on a massive artificial city floating floating call ‘The Island’. However, a mysterious villain is attacking the fair, from the name ‘Expo’, and begins the plan to eradicate the company of heroes. Will be able the protagonist Deku save everyone from this unprecedented crisis?”

Kohei Horikoshi states that the events of the film connect to the manga from the moment that you place after the story arc of the final exam of the first semester and just before the narrative arc of the field training school in the summer. The film, in the most, tells of the youth of the All Might (in the tag-line of the key visual is also possible to note the face of All the Might by the young) and the author has used the project to talk about it.

With regard to the production staff, the film is directed by Kenji Nagasaki at the studio Bones (the same studio that produces the animated series inspired by the manga of Horikoshi) on the screenplay by Yosuke Kuroda, with character design Yoshihiko Umakoshi and music by Yuuki Hayashi. Kohei Horikoshi has supervised actively the script and the character design of the project.

The third season of the animated of My Hero Academia began from April 7, 2018 and have been broadcast the first of 22 episodes (of 25 total).

In Italy, the manga is published by Editions Star Comics with 15 volumes available.

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