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Here's Where You Can Stream My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission At Home

"My Hero Academia" originally started as a Japanese manga which was turned into an anime after it showed almost immediate popularity in Japan. Within a few months of its release in 2014, the manga series was already selling tens of thousands of copies, with its first volume reaching seventh place on the weekly Oricon's manga chart, a chart that measures manga sales. The anime would launch just a couple of years later and lead to several movies as well.

"My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" is the third feature-length film in the "My Hero Academia" franchise, and it is available to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. The franchise is set in a world where superpowers in humans are common and known as "Quirks." These superpowers can range from not impressive to unbelievably powerful. In this film, the villain believes that Quirks may become so powerful that they would cause the extinction of humanity. So, it is up to the heroes from the U.A. High School alongside Pro Heroes to defeat the villain before he can set off bombs filled with a gas that kills Quirk users.

My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission is available to purchase

Currently, no streaming service has "My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" available to stream through a subscription, but that doesn't mean that you can't watch it. The movie is available for purchase on several different streaming platforms, including YouTube, Apple TV, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, and Google Play Movies & TV. Prices range from $9.99 to $12.99 depending on the streaming service you choose. The movie is also scheduled to be available for rent in September on Vudu.

If you are a fan of "My Hero Academia," you probably don't want to miss out on the third theatrical release. With very positive reviews from both critics and fans, this movie is a must-see for anyone who has been following the franchise since the manga was first turned into an anime in 2016. "My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission" grossed nearly $47 million worldwide and was the 10th highest-grossing domestic film in Japan for 2021.