My Hero Academia has released a new Robot All Might visual ahead of the July Hero festival.
The students of UA High must now develop the next best thing, the robot All Might! since the symbol of hope has retired.
The latest graphic is for the forthcoming My Hero Academia Ultra Event. HERO FES 2022 recreates the classic illustration from MHA Chapter 321 of the original My Hero Academia manga, reinterpreted in anime form by animation studio Bones.
The merchandise for the future event based on the robot All Might visual, as well as a new logo, was also released.
My Hero Academia will have its annual HERO FES 2022 in a few months, according to a recent update from the anime studio. The event is set to take place on July 24, 2022.
We don’t know much about the event at this moment, but Hero Fes has a history of giving out new anime teasers to fans.
Below is the official All might illustration:
The Robot All Might visual, as seen above, has a gigantic mech suit of All Might towering in the background. The Symbol of Peace has evolved into his mobile suit, and he appears to be rather vicious.
From his jetpack to his bright red eyes, the All Might mecha would be a nightmare to fight. And we’re confident that no one can operate it better than Izuku.
The July Hero Festival
My Hero Academia is set to return to television for the Fall 2022 anime season.
The “largest My Hero Academia” event will be hosted in anticipation of the impending sixth season of the TV anime. An exclusive screening of My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 1 is expected to happen.
While Anime Japan offers us a sneak peek, given the proximity of the two events, fans are hopeful Hero Fes 2022 will release a full-fledged trailer PV for MHA Season 6.
The following anime characters are likely to attend the HERO FES 2022 event:
- Daiki Yamashita (Deku)
- Nobuhiko Okamoto (Bakugo)
- Yuki Kaji (Todoroki)
- Aoi Yuki (Tsuyu)
- Kaito Ishikawa (Iida)
- Toshiki Masuda (Kirishida)
- Marina Inoue (Yaoyorozu)
- Ayane Sakura (Ochaco)
- Tasuku Hatanaka (Kaminari)
- Kei Shinodu (Jiro)
- Eri Kitamura (Ashido)
- Kaori Nazuka (Hagakure)
- Junichi Suwabe (Aizawa)
- Tetsu Inada (Endeavor)
- Yuichi Nakamura (Hawks)
This is the first time it has been held in person rather than online since 2019. Tickets are also now available for purchase.
My Hero Academia Anime and Manga
Since 2014, Kohei Horikoshi’s manga series My Hero Academia has been published in Weekly Shonen Jump.
Studio BONES produced an anime adaptation of the manga in 2016. The second season aired in 2017, and the third season aired in 2018. The anime series’ fourth installment premiered in the fall of 2019 and concluded in the winter of 2020. The fifth and most recent season, which featured a total of 25 episodes, premiered in 2021.
Season 5 of My Hero Academia drew some criticism for some of its story arcs, but Season 6 will provide Bones with lots of possibilities to spice things up. After all, Season 6 will include the show’s largest battle yet, and HERO FES 2022 will be in charge of publicizing the raid.
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