My Hero Academia Hero Fes is back and better than ever! It’s been three years since the last HERO FES, but it looks like 2022 will be right on track for the events we love.
The big news is that My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 1 will receive a special advance screening at the event.
As of this writing, the event will be in-person only. And sadly, no cosplay or waiting outside the event in the early morning. Face masks are mandatory. Now, on to the main event!
What we know about My Hero Academia Hero Fes 2022
My Hero Academia Hero Fes is at Musashino Forest Sports Plaza on July 24, 2022. Tickets will be available on April 28 through Ticket Pia.
Seating is available for purchase, but you can’t pick your seat. If you need concessions for seating, you’ll have to inform the staff at the event.
Details about original merchandise are on the way. This will be the largest event in the history of Hiroraka! 15 voice actors will be attending.
The first round is Daiki Yamashita, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Ayane Sakura, Kaito Ishikawa, Yuki Kaji, Toshiki Masuda, Aoi Yuuki, and Marina Inoue. The second round of confirmees are Tasuku Hatanaka, Kei Shindo, Eri Kitamura, Kaori Nazuka, Junichi Suwabe, Tetsu Inada, and Yuichi Nakamura.
Scheduled events include an Incadesceant Raw voiceover and talk corner, Original Reading Play, and a premiere of Season 6 Episode1.
What else do we know about My Hero Academia?
Series creator Kohei Horikoshi found a fresh and entertaining way to describe what makes a hero. The main series is now 33 volumes, and its final arc began in chapter 306.
There are three spin-off series. My Hero Academia: Smash by Hirofumi Neda is complete with five volumes available since November 2017.
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is written by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Betton Court. Vigilantes is both a spin-off and a prequel to My Hero Academia and currently has 13 volumes available.
My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions is only available in Japanese, but Viz Media plans to translate it. Team-Up Missions shows Deku and friends teaming up with other students from different schools and other Pro Heroes in specially requested missions for a team-up program. Missions has 3 volumes available in Japan.
The films Two Heroes and Two Heroes Rising have been made into a manga one-shot, and the first million who went to see Two Heroes were given a prequel manga that Viz Media has published in English.
A third film titled My Hero Academia: World Heroes Mission has been out since February 16, 2022. No word yet about when this film will get the manga treatment.
Anri Yoshi is working on a light novel series called My Hero Academia: School Briefs. There are five volumes in Japan, and Viz Media has translated four into English.
Live-Action My Hero Academia
Legendary Entertainment acquired the rights to produce a live-action film of the series in October 2018. Shinsuke Sato is confirmed to be the director in August 2021.
Alex Garcia and Jay Ashenfelter will oversee the adaptation, and Ryosuke Yoritomi represents the manga publisher Shueisha. Toho is distributing the film in Japan.
You know you’ve made it big when you have a musical, and My Hero Academia has three! My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage, My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Stage: A True Hero, and My Hero Academia: The “Ultra” Live.
Sadly, due to Covid, none of these musicals are being performed.
My Hero Academia: Battle for All came out for the Nintendo DS in Japan. My Hero One’s Justice and My Hero One’s Justice 2 have leaped the oceans and multiple consoles.
Deku, All Might, and Bakugo appear as playable characters in the crossover game Jump Force. The Strongest Hero and My Hero: Ultra Impact was released globally in 2021 and 2022.
Ultra Rumble is coming. It’s a free-to-play battle royale action game and will be available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.