My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia Twitter Accounts Sends Fans on Hunt for New Project Visual

Fans of My Hero Academia today were sent on a quest by three Twitter accounts related to the franchise, the TV anime account, the anime film account, and the manga account, to uncover a new visual teasing an upcoming project relating to the franchise.

 

Fans of My Hero Academia today were sent on a quest by three Twitter accounts related to the franchise, the TV anime account, the anime film account, and the manga account, to uncover a new visual teasing an upcoming project relating to the franchise. The Twitter accounts all tweeted part of the same message, along with a link to their respective websites, with part of a visual that teases what looks like a new My Hero Academia anime-related project.

 

The first Tweet from the My Hero Academia TV anime Twitter account read “HE WILL ME” and the link to the website brought up this visual:

 

 

 

 

My Hero Academia

 

The second part of the cryptic message from the My Hero Academia anime film Twitter account reads “ET ”THE THREE MU” and clicking the link brings up this visual on the website:

 

 

 

 

My Hero Academia

 

And the final part of the message comes from the My Hero Academia manga account with the message “SKETEERS” and links to the Weekly Shonen Jump with the following as the final part of the visual:

 

 

 

 

My Hero Academia tease

 

Combined, the message reads “HE WILL MEET ‘THE THREE MUSKETEERS'” and the visual looks like this:

 

My Hero Academia tease

 

While nothing else is known about the new anime project at this stage, the next season of My Hero Academia has already been announced to be airing in the spring 2021 season, so maybe it could be a new anime film…? Time will tell what the project is, but one thing we do know is that it’ll be PLUS ULTRA!

 

Catch the currently released four seasons of the My Hero Academia TV anime right here on Crunchyroll!

 

Sources: My Hero Academia TV anime on TwitterMy Hero Academia anime film on TwitterMy Hero Academia manga on Twitter

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

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