My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission (Japanese: 僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE ワールドヒーローズミッション, Hepburn: Boku no Hīrō Akademia Za Mūbī: Wārudo Hīrōzu Misshon) is a 2021 Japanese animated superhero film based on an original story featuring the characters of My Hero Academia manga series by Kōhei Horikoshi. Produced by Bones and distributed by Toho, the third film of the franchise is directed by Kenji Nagasaki from a script written by Yōsuke Kuroda and stars Daiki Yamashita, Nobuhiko Okamoto, and Yuki Kaji as part of an ensemble cast. In the film, taking place during the Endeavor Agency arc of the manga, Izuku Midoriya and his classmates join the Pro-Heroes around the world for a mission to stop a terrorist plan that will bring an end to humanity.
In a world where 80% of the population has a superpower, we finally get an anti-quirk villainous group, with the Humarize planning to target heroes with bombs that disperse a venomous gas that only kills those with powers because they believe Quirks will cause a doomsday. In the middle of this, we find Izuku Midoriya, who is on the run after being mistakenly accused of mass murder and has to avoid both the cops and the terrorist group while trying to stop them from killing all pro-heroes.
When a terrorist organization threatens to wipe out the superhuman society, the fate of the world hangs in the balance of the future heroes. Within hours until the collapse of civilization, Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki must work as a team, but there is one problem: Deku's on the run for murder.
In response to the act of terrorism, the All-Star World Heroes Association mobilizes the largest anti-terror joint task force made up of the top Heroes all over the globe, with All Might as the advisor. While each team of heroes goes to their designated targets, the director of the association explains the situation as well as the main goals of the operation. Their mission is to simultaneously raid the twenty-five known branches of Humarise in the world, aprehend all its members including the leaders, and seize the Trigger Bombs. Since the nature of the entire operation is strictly off-books clandestine, they must refrain from asking for help from local law enforcement.
The other Hero Teams from around the world have also successfully raided the other branches but, much like Otheon's, none were able to discover any trace of the Trigger Bombs. Hawks informs the association's director that none of the captured cultists they interrogated know anything about the whereabouts of the devices, so he assumes that only members of Flect Turn's inner circle know of their existence. All Might suggest there may be another Humarise facility that they don't know about, so the director orders all the hero teams to be on standby and requests for more help.
After defeating the villain, Izuku runs downstairs to help Rody. He arrives at the control room to find that Rody is still alive, and that Pino had managed to insert the key in time, defusing all the bombs and saving the world. In the World Hero Association and in all the cities where the bombs were found, the heroes celebrate that the tragedy has been stopped. A semi-conscious Rody asks him if he has managed to protect his family, and Izuku replies he did, saying he is amazing. Rody then says that make him looks real cool, and both laughs.
With the terrorist plot foiled and imminent destruction averted, it was a decisive victory for the heroes worldwide. All the surviving Humarise members have been arrested, including the police officers, the bombs are safely removed, and the injured Heroes are treated with medical care. Recovery Girl arrives to heal heal Izuku, Katsuki, Shoto, and Rody, who reunites with his younger siblings.
After the upbeat romp of the second film in the series, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising, the oddly high-stakes World Heroes' Mission picks up on some surprisingly dark aspects of the mythology. Most especially, the Purifiers, a mad cult of anti-mutant zealots. Here they're rewritten as Humarize, a mad cult hellbent on eradicating anyone with a quirk (this world's version of the x-gene). Most especially (deep nerdery incoming, so hang on or check out as you feel) the violence and look of the X-Force Volume 3 version, where they were genocidal maniacs, and messianic leader Flect Turn (Nakai) even has a dash of robot-human hybrid Bastion about him (look, I warned you about the nerdery). Humarize's plan involves unleashing a gas that kills anyone with a quirk, which is now 80% of the global population. Wide-eyed and ever-optimistic Deku (Yamashita) would normally be ideally positioned to take on such villainy, but he's on the run with petty thief Rody Soul (Yoshizawa) after being falsely accused of murdering a dozen civilians. Luckily, fellow heroes-in-training Shoto (Kaji) and Katsuki (Okamoto) are en route to save the day.
In MY HERO ACADEMIA: WORLD HEROES' MISSION, villain Flect Turn (voiced by Kazuya Nakai in the Japanese-language version and Robbie Daymond in the English dub) and his evil organization Humarise have vowed to destroy all humans who possess \"quirks.\" They consider the Quirks, who have special abilities, to be diseased and dangerous to \"pure\" humans. Flect Turn sets off a bomb that causes Quirks to mutate and die, then threatens to detonate 25 more. Meanwhile, small-time thief Rody Soul (Ryo Yoshizawa/Ryan Colt Levy), who cares for his younger brother and sister, finds that a suitcase he's supposed to deliver has been switched with another one. The one he has contains powerful secrets that Flect Turn wants to get back. Hero Deku (Daiki Yamashita/Justin Briner) tries to help him, but they both wind up on the wanted list and must go on the run. With help from Deku's pals Shoto (Yuki Kaji/David Matranga) and Dynamight (Nobuhiko Okamoto/Clifford Chapin), the heroes discover the key to the briefcase, but there's only a little time left to save the world -- and for Rody to save his family.
The upcoming film takes the word of My Hero Academia global, as the young heroes of My Hero Academia Class 1-A must join forces with professional heroes around the world to stop a new and devastating threat. Humarise have developed an evil plan to rid the world of Quirks, and the heroes-in-training of MHA must try and find a way to stop them - all as part of their summer internship with the number one Pro Hero Endeavor Agency. Fans of the series have seen a recent anime-original episode that acts as a prologue to this all-new adventure, and trailers have teased a massive mission, and more than one brand-new character.
Like the previous two films, My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission works as a standalone story within this world, especially as it takes place over the summer internship for the characters, rather than as part of their regular school year. However, fans of the series will get to see their favorite heroes in training do battle to save the world, with Deku front and center alongside new (somewhat reluctant) ally Rody. The movie also serves to expand the world in general, showing how other teams of heroes function globally, and beyond what anime fans already know.
The basic premise of \"My Hero Academia\" is most people across the world are born with a super power called a quirk. It could be the ability to fly, super strength, maybe the ability to move through solid objects, etc. And the story follows a boy born without any powers named Midoriya (Justin Briner). All he has ever wanted is to be a professional superhero, but that's just not feasible in this world without powers. The world is a little sparse on Batmans and Iron Mans.
One day, after seeing Midoriya rush in to save his best friend from an attack, the No. 1 hero in the world, All Might, decided to give Midoriya his powers, which are basically superhuman strength and speed, among other things. And the rest of the series is about Midoriya going to a school for superheroes and training to be a professional hero named Deku in his own right.
\"World Heroes' Mission\" follows Deku and his classmates as they team up with professional heroes around the world to stop a terroristic cult working to destroy almost everyone on the planet with a quirk, believing them to be a curse upon humanity. The cult, called Humarise, hides bombs in major cities all over the planet and challenges the heroes to stop them before they all go off. 59ce067264