KEY POINTS

  • Deku, Todoroki and Bakugou join forces to fight the war
  • The heroes are up against a mysterious group called Humarize
  • "My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" is releasing on Aug. 6

The third anime movie titled "My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" is coming out this year. Deku, Bakugo and the other heroes are facing fresh threats in the form of a group named Humarize.

Twitter user aitaikimochi shared the translated summary for "My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission," which is slated to release Aug. 6 in Japan.

"A mysterious group called 'Humarize' strongly believes in the 'Quirk Singularity Doomsday Theory', which states that as quirks get mixed together in with future generations, that power will bring forth an end to humanity. They believe that quirks are a disease and aim to cleanse the world of anyone who possesses quirks," the movie summary read.

"They have planted 'Ideo Trigger Bombs' in various countries all around the world that forces a user's quirk to go ballistic and cause mass destruction. In order to save everyone, the Pro-Heroes around the world ask the U.A. Academy heroes-in-training to assist them and form a world-class selected Hero Team. Their objective is to stop the bombs around the world," the summary continued.

"My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" will showcase Deku, Bakugou and Todoroki, who are training at Endeavor's agency, being called to go on a mission to a faraway nation named Oseon.

As the operation progresses, Deku finds himself in trouble when he is named one of the world's most wanted criminals due to his alleged involvement in an incident. Amid the chaos, Humarize declares to the world that they are behind the recent incident and gives the world two hours before things go out of hand.

Now, it is up to the heroes to save the world as well as secure the future of heroes. Can they tackle this deadly group and contain this crisis?

The newly released promo trailer for "My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" shows Deku, Bakugou and Todoroki in updated stealth costumes.

The video shows a breaking news report informing the citizens about a terrorist named Deku.

"My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" will show an original story and the creator Kōhei Horikoshi is roped in to be the chief supervisor and character designer.

Meanwhile, fans are also treated with the fifth season of "My Hero Academia" anime series exploring the joint training arc.

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