Top 10 Movies Better Than My Hero Academia

Top 10 Movies Better Than My Hero Academia

The popularity of My Hero Academia has only grown, with the franchise now extending beyond the manga series written by Kohei Horikoshi. The anime strives to do justice to the original manga on the small screen, and spin-offs such as My Hero Academia: Vigilantes and the previous films expand the scope even further.

You don’t have to watch the My Hero Academia movies to follow the storyline of this franchise, but they have added a lot to the characters and the story. In fact, the My Hero Academia films that have been released in recent years have done even better than the original anime, and the third and upcoming film may continue this trend. The first two My Hero Academia films, “My Hero Academia: Two Heroes” and “Heroes Rising”, were both very successful. They allowed fans to learn more about the history of All Might and introduced new characters who became fan favourites. The third film, “My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission”, is scheduled for release in Japan on December 20, 2019.

The “My Hero Academia” franchise has simply been a phenomenon. It all started with the manga series written by Kohei Horikoshi, which was then adapted into an anime series that has only grown in popularity. You can find My Hero Academia Thermos and My Hero Academia Alarm Clocks in our online shop with our collections of clothing featuring your favourite heroes.

10) Films Add New Settings, Like I-Island


The original anime uses a number of recurring locations, such as the AU school campus, the League of Villains headquarters and even university student housing. The series doesn’t have time to delve into massive, luxurious new environments, so the My Hero Academia movies are there to fill that void.

The island in the first film, Two Heroes, is a sight to behold. The second film takes the 1-A students to an enchanted island where the bad guys attack right away.

9) Films Feature Unique Glasses That Wouldn't Fit Anime


Anime films, meanwhile, can provide a stage for a variety of “what if?” possibilities that would cause the flow of events in the original anime series to be disrupted. Franchises like My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan have done this, with the films being free to explore new concepts such as Izuku Midoriya sharing the power of One For All.

This would be very uncomfortable in the current anime, but it works well in a single episode, as in the second film, Heroes Rising. It’s thrilling and develops the characters without detracting from the original series.

8) Films Add Nasty Props


The majority of the League of Villains and the Eight Precepts of Death from Overhaul are introduced in the anime. Even so, fans want more evil characters, and there is only so much room for a number of villainous abilities.

The first film introduced us to Wolfram, the adversary who would eventually cause the tragedy of Izuku’s father. Meanwhile, the second feature introduced Quirk’s thieving nemesis, known as Nine, and it was a fantastic opportunity to introduce her in this spot.

7) Films Add Personal Detail and Flair to Characters


The anime and manga have retained much of the backstory of some of the characters, such as why Eijiro Kirishima was inspired by Mina Ashido in middle school, or how Tenya Iida looks up to his pro-hero older brother Tensei.

The shows, on the other hand, are an opportunity to show these characters in more realistic settings where they can let off steam, be themselves and express who they are. For example, see how they dress formally and how they act on an ideal island with no evil characters to contend with. The anime couldn’t have done that.

6) Films Provide a Cinematic Experience


Going to the movies is always an adventure. During the COVID-19 outbreak, moviegoers discovered how much they missed seeing something on the big screen and being transported by the lights and sounds. It’s a far cry from watching anything on TV or a computer.

With the reopening of cinemas, the third My Hero Academia can bring that experience back to excite and entertain the audience once again. After all, something similar happened with Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, which was widely praised.

5) Films Have Amazing Soundtracks


An animated film can provide not only a different backdrop and new villains, but also a distinct score or a modified version of the original programme’s OST. Films, such as My Hero Academia, should follow in the footsteps of the anime with their outstanding soundtracks.

Both soundtracks were thrilling and heartfelt, which can invigorate My Hero Academia. When a slower, more dramatic version of “You Say Run” was played at the conclusion of the first film, fans no doubt loved it.

4) Films Can Kill Characters More Easily


Attack of the Titans is far from being the only anime series to kill off its own characters. Attack of the Titans is one of the few anime series with a slightly more limited number of deaths. Characters have indeed died in My Hero Academia, but they are usually minor characters like Sir Nighteye and Magne, who rarely die. Most individuals survive to fight again, or are arrested or forced to retire.

However, many characters in the films are much less protected by the plot as they no longer appear and the main story is not affected by their death. This increases the tension and stakes of the story.

3) Movies Have Great Animation


My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer and Jujutsu Kaisen are three series notable for their outstanding animation and visual aesthetics, but there is still room for improvement. Studio UFOtable pushed its limits with the Mugen Train movie.

The My Hero Academia films applied the same technique, taking the high quality anime animation to the next level to animate truly unforgettable action sequences and special effects, the likes of which can only be seen in the cinema. Superhero battles have never looked so breathtaking.

2) Films get more hype and publicity


Promotional material for new seasons of anime, such as posters and trailers, of course, but promotional material for feature films is generally superior. Anime films, on the other hand, are usually a bit shorter than live-action films, as they don’t have as much material.

The My Hero Academia films include full trailers of about 2 minutes, which is in line with the standards for film trailers. Anime can’t do it without a lot of money, and even then, anime films are known to be short and simple. And don’t forget the film posters, which are often very different from TV commercials.

1) Movies Have More Exciting And Impactful Uses Of One For All


The Quirk One For All is almost as much a protagonist as Izuku himself, and All Might used the last remnants of that Quirk to defeat All For One with an American Smash move. Although Izuku defeated the villain Muscular with a 1,000,000% Smash in the anime, it doesn’t compare to Izuku’s action

The last two My Hero Academia films included some quite remarkable One For All fight sequences. In the first film, Izuku and All Might used it together to defeat Wolfram while the slow version of “You Say Run” played, an incredible experience that the anime has yet to compare. Then, in the second film, Izuku and Katsuki Bakugo teamed up with One For All to fight Nine, something that would never happen in the anime. Find our My Hero Academia Puzzles and My Hero Academia Beach Towels in our online shop along with our collections of clothing representing your favourite heroes.

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