My Hero Academia The World Heroes' Task Releases The New English Language
Funimation has released a brand-new official dub for My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission. The film was announced recently to be available in stateside theaters on the 29th of October. The fans of animation can see the film in both English subtitles as well as dub and tickets will go to sale on October 1.
In addition to the brand new footage, Funimation has also announced in a press release that they will give away the limited edition, free collector's edition of the My Hero Academia specialty manga booklet to ticket holders within the United States and Canada. The book, which is 76 pages long "gives an exclusive look into the process of making My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission, which includes illustrations of the characters created from manga's creator Kohei Horikoshi along with a Q&A." Watch the video below, and feel pumped.
My Hero Academia is set in a world where the majority of the people possess extraordinary powers, referred to as quirks. My Hero Academia: World Heroes The Story tells the tale of WOW WoTLK Classic Gold Izuku Midoriya Bakugo Katsuki as well as Shoto Todoroki as they embark in their hero's internship with Shoto's dad and the most popular pro Hero, Endeavor. Midoriya along with his new companion Rody are framed for a crime that they did not commit, and are charged with getting their names cleared while being given two hours to protect all of the planet from evil Humarise who is determined to wipe out the world of the quirks.
The movie is set after the fifth season of the anime, that is currently streaming on Funimation and is airing on Toonami.
My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission is the third installment of the My Hero Academia series with the first was My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (2018) and My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (2020). The film is expected to release in more than 1.500 cinemas throughout both the United States and Canada.
World of Warcraft Hits 1 Million Players on Day 1. Server Capacity is Increasing to meet demand
Amazon has released an update on their newly released PC MMO World of Warcraft
and revealed that more than one million players played the day of its launch and pledging to increase capacities of its servers in order to meet the demands. In a tweet via Twitter, Amazon said the demand for World of Warcraft has been "staggering."
1 million people played the day of launch, and each day since then, the number has increased, Amazon said. The game's popularity caused delays in servers and long wait times on cheap WoTLK Gold popular servers.