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Japanese ‘My Hero Academia the Movie: Heroes Rising’ Anime DVD/BD Release Packaging Surfaces

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Will you head to the big screen for this?
© Kohei Horikoshi / Shueisha · My Hero Academia Production Committee

TOHO handled the distribution of My Hero Academia the Movie: Heroes Rising which landed with a December 20th, 2019 theatrical bow in Japan, and previously had its home video release information setup. The film is set for a July 15th, 2020 debut where there’ll be four editions:

  • – BD Plus Ultra Edition: 7,800 yen + tax
  • – BD Reg: 4,800 yen + tax
  • – DVD Plus Ultra Edition: 6,800 yen + tax
  • – DVD Reg: 3,800 yen + tax

With the set-closing in and still on track, we’ve now got a look at the packaging for the Ultra edition with its full spread of design and materials.

The ultra editions come with a 44-page booklet and a picture postcard. On-disc extras include a new picture drama, cast visual commentary, and two stage greeting videos.

The project is an original story that’s supervised by original creator Kouhei Horikoshi as it focuses on the Class A characters and delves into material from there. Kenji Nagasaki is the director working from the screenplay by Yousuke Kuroda. Yoshihiko Umakoshi is on board as the character designer and chief animation director with it being produced at BONES.

The Japanese cast includes Daiki Yamashita as Izuku, Kenta Miyake as All Might, Ayane Sakura as Ochako Uraraka, Kaito Ishikawa as Tenya Iida, Aoi Yuki as Tsuyu Asui, Ryou Hirohashi as Minoru Mineta, Marina Inoue as Momo Yaoyorozu, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Yuuki Kaji as Shoto Todoroki, Eri Kitamura as Mina Ashido, Kōsuke Kuwano as Yūga Aoyama, Kei Shindou as Kyōka Jirō, Masakazu Nishida as Mezō Shōji, Saki Ogasawara as Itsuka Kendou, Kouji Okino as Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu and Azu Sakura as Mei Hatsume.

My Hero Academia the Movie – Heroes Rising Japanese Packaging
My Hero Academia the Movie – Heroes Rising Japanese Cover

Originally starting back in the summer of 2014, after creator Kouhei Horikoshi’s Barrage series ended, My Hero Academia is one of the more well-received books in the English edition of Weekly Shonen Jump.

Horikoshi received a Tezuka Award Honorable Mention in 2006 after publishing several short stories in Akamaru Jump. His first serialized work was Oumagadoki Doubutsuen back in 2010.

Plot Concept: What would the world be like if 80 percent of the population manifested superpowers called “Quirks”? Heroes and villains would be battling it out everywhere! Being a hero would mean learning to use your power, but where would you go to study? The Hero Academy of course! But what would you do if you were one of the 20 percent who were born Quirkless? Middle school student Izuku Midoriya wants to be a hero more than anything, but he hasn’t got an ounce of power in him. With no chance of ever getting into the prestigious U.A. High School for budding heroes, his life is looking more and more like a dead end. Then an encounter with All Might, the greatest hero of them all, gives him a chance to change his destiny.

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