My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE ヒーローズ:ライジング Boku no Hīrō Akademia Za Mūbī Hīrōzu:Raijingu?) is a 2019 animated film and the second in the My Hero Academia series.

The movie was announced in the 17th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump and first premiered in Japan on December 20, 2019. It premiered in North America and the United Kingdom on February 26, 2020.


“A must-see story full of passion!! In this movie, Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka, Shoto Todoroki, and all the other members of Class 1-A will make an appearance!

Even though All Might was admired by many all around the world, it was with a sad heart that he had to give up his hero role as the Symbol of Peace. Because of this, a dark force who was moving behind the scenes, a villain named Nine who can be considered the greatest villain thus far.”[4]



Late at night sometime in the winter, in the outskirts of Japan, the police and multiple Pro Heroes are in pursuit of the League of Villains, who are escaping in an armored truck carrying cargo requested by Doctor Garaki. The cargo in question is a large fluid-filled life support tank harboring a man. With the combined efforts of Spinner, Dabi, and Mr. Compress, the villains manage to hold off their pursuers. At the same time, Spinner wonders who alerted the authorities of their route, with Dabi and Mr. Compress suspecting an information leak.

At the end of a turn is a roadblock guarded by the police, more Heroes, and the No. 1 Hero, Endeavor. Dabi fires of a blast of his flames at the Pro Hero, and Endeavor uses his Flashfire Fist - Jet Burn, with both attacks colliding and canceling each other out. Shortly after, Dabi lets out a massive blast of his flames, with Endeavor countering with his Prominence Burn. The move easily overpowers Dabi's attack and engulfs the truck. The villains melt into piles of sludge, revealing that they were clones created by Twice.

The truck crashes into the surrounding forest, and the wreckage is soon found by Hawks. When examing the contents of the truck, the life support tank is revealed to be empty. Hawks suspected the truck was carrying a new type of Nomu, but later believes it was something else.

The man in the tank, Nine, stumbles into the forest and up a small hill, where he meets with his associates: Chimera, Mummy, and Slice. Nine then looks over the city, telling his friends that the experiment was a success.

Act One: Practical Hero Experience

A month ago, Shota Aizawa informed Class 1-A of U.A. High School that they will participate in the U.A. High's safety program sponsored by the Public Safety Commission to help with their training after everyone obtained their provisional licenses and are relocated to the remote Nabu Island doing heroic work despite the work involving mostly minor deeds with the island's relatively low crime rate.

After establishing the headquarters, the class performs various tasks: Denki is called to charge up a farmer's tractor battery; Koji retrieves lost pets; Tenya goes to assist an old lady who had a broken back to the hospital; Fumikage patrols the skies above Nabu Island; Mashirao, Shoto, Minoru, Tsuyu, Rikido, Mezo, and Sero monitor the popular tourist beach area; Yuga and Mina clearing a highway road blocked by boulders; Eijiro helping a fisher and his family load up on a semi-truck; Momo fixing a scooter; and Ochaco, Kyoka, and Izuku locating a lost kid.

Izuku, Ochaco, and Kyoka locate the lost child: Katsuma Shimano, at a park area, who is with his older sister all the time, Mahoro Shimano. She scolded at Izuku and revealed that she was timing Izuku and the others on their arrival to their location and angrily scowled at Izuku because he took about an hour late to locate her brother. Izuku felt embarrassed and ashamed before Mahoro disapproves of him for being a hero and walks off with her brother. Despite the latter being dismissive, Izuku doesn't mind about being scolded by the child.

Elsewhere, Mahoro gets Katsuma and herself some ice cream while making rude comments about U.A. High's students and their ability to respond to danger despite the island's low crime rate. Katsuma doesn't seem bothered by his sister because Izuku was kind to him, so Mahoro formulates a plan to make her brother change his mind about the heroes.

Meanwhile, back on the mainland at U.A. High School, the retired former No. One Hero, Toshinori Yagi, was wondering if the students at Nabu Island are alright despite having their provisional licenses, but Shota reassures to Toshinori that there are no villains on the island and the students should be relatively safe from any significant threats.

Back at Nabu Island, at the end of the day, the class was exhausted from all the hard work and deeds that they've done. Sero wonders if the small acts are considered to be hero work, so Tenya assures that every deed that happens on the island count as hero work. Momo reminds everyone that they may have their provisional licenses, but they are still students, so they will have to put the hard work to make sure that the island residents can count on them. Minoru points out to the class that the only one who hasn't done the work since they arrived on the island was Katsuki, who refuses to do small deeds unless there is a villain involved.

The residents of Nabu Island greets the class with special accommodations of food for dinner as a token of gratitude for all of their hero work. After eating their dinner, Katsuki was assigned to be on night patrol after he sat in the office all day.

Later on the night, Izuku was practicing his kicks to keep training on his Quirk: One For All, and stumbles upon Katsuki, who was taking his night patrol. Katsuki and Izuku had a short conversation before they were interrupted by Katsuma, who informs them about a villain closeby.

Back in the mainland, Katsuma and Mahoro's father, who was out-of-town for work, watches a video recording of his children before he was attacked by Chimera, who slammed the truck to knock him out. Nine uses his quirk to scan and see what kind of Quirks other people and found what he needed. He then uses his All For One Quirk to steal and absorb the father's Cell Activation Quirk. He tries to use his original Quirk: Weather Manipulation, but he feels strained because the father's Quirk requires a Blood Type-A, so Nine theorizes that his children would be the key to his powers.

The next day, the No. 2 Hero, Hawks, arrives on the scene of destruction and finds Katsuma and Mahoro's father unconscious after getting his Quirk stolen, which was a distraction created by Nine to divert the authorities from locating their position and their real objectives. While Hawks investigates the scene, the leader of the League of Villains, Tomura Shigaraki, observes from a skyscraper.

At Nabu Island, Katsuki and Izuku rushed over to where Katsuma said the villain is located: at the ancient castle ruins located southwest in a peninsula. Katsuki arrives on scene first to confront the villain: a giant praying mantis. He first used Stun Grenade to blind it, but he notices something wrong.

Izuku arrives shortly afterward and saw the praying mantis prepared to attack Katsuki, but it phases through him revealing to be a hologram created by Mahoro's Quirk: Hologram. Katsuki angrily scolds Mahoro and Katsuma for making the illusion before Izuku stops him.

On Nabu Island, the class resumes to their daily schedule hero work. Izuku comes across Katsuma again, who apologizes for his sister's prank last night. He explains that his sister hates the heroes and wants to discourage him from ever becoming one. Izuku realizes that Mahoro wanted to stop Katsuma from every thinking of becoming a hero because she was afraid that hero work is dangerous, which reminds him of how his mother, Inko, was worried about his well-being. Izuku assures to Katsuma that anyone can be a hero as long as they focus on putting their effort. One of the residents tells Izuku of their life, losing their mother after she died of a particular illness, their father being left to work out of the island, leaving them behind. Katsuki overheard everything from the balcony.

Act Two: Nine's Invasion

By sunset, Katsuma meets back with Mahoro at the same park where he met Izuku and was about to tell his sister about becoming a hero when Nine and his villains hijacked a ferry and crashed into the Nabu Island harbor. Residents flee as the villains arrived. Once the villains have landed on the island, the villains can begin their assault.

Hasaki uses her Quirk: Slice to destroy all of the ships at the harbor while Nine and the rest of the villains continue their assault. Terrified, Katsuma and Mahoro attempts to contact Class 1-A headquarters, but Katsuki answered the phone and called them a bluff. Just before Izuku could answer back, the phone service was cut off after Chonjuro destroyed the communication towers, rendering all connections to the outside world severed.

Once the connection was cut off, the villains begin their search for Katsuma and Mahoro. Makihara attacks Minoru, Yuga, and Toru in the shopping district with his Quirk: Mummification to reanimate non-living objects into massive puppets. While Aoyama attacks with his Navel Laser and Minoru fights back with his Pop Off, Toru tries to contact headquarters, but she discovered that the communication service is dead.

Chonjuro fights against Mashirao while Tsuyu and Shoji evacuate the residents and the tourists that are on the beach. Mashirao attacks Chonjuro with Tornado Tail Dance, but the villain blocks his attacks so easily with one hand because his Quirk: Chimera, gives him animalistic speed and strengths of different kinds of animals. Chonjuro retaliates by throwing boulders at Mashirao before Fumikage arrives to assist. He attempts to attack with Dark Shadow, but the villain blocks the attack, much to the latter's shock. Outmatched, Mashirao orders Fumikage to head back to headquarters to request for backup.

Back at Class 1-A headquarters, the heroes are confused about why the phone service is dead until one of the residents notifies them of a villain attacking the shopping district as Fumikage returns to report a villain attack at the beach. Quickly, Tenya devises the plan of action: Katsuki, Eijiro, and Denki will go to the shopping district and intercept the villain with Momo, Kyoka, and Mina assist with medical evacuation while he, Shoto, Sero, Sato, Fumikage will intercept the villain at the beach as Ochaco and Koda assist with the evacuation of the tourists and residents.

At the downtown hospital clinic, Minoru, Yuga, and Toru fend off against Makihara and the endless army of mummified puppets. Yuya and Minoru were reaching their Quirk limits until Katsuki's team intervene and provide assistance. While Katsuki, Denki, and Eijiro fight off against the mummified puppets, Momo, Kyoka, and Mina evacuate the local residents nearby. During the battle, Katsuki was captured and turned into a mummified puppet because his clothes, gear, and weapons are considered non-living objects. Katsuki blows up one of his Grenadier Bracers to break free and defeats the villain using AP Shot in point-blank range, knocking the villain unconscious before heading off to find more villains.

Back on the beach, Mashirao continues to fight Chonjuro before he was defeated after taking a devastating punch. Shoji attempts to fight the villain, but Chonjuro caught him and starts to strangle him with raw strength before Tenya and his team arrive to intercept the villain. Despite Sero, Shoto, Tenya, Fumikage, and Rikido's teamwork, the villain proves to outmatch everyone before he incapacitated Rikido. 

Meanwhile, Katsuma and Mahoro runs away from the scene of the fighting and attempts to get back home, but they run into Nine. The villain uses his Quirk to scan the little kids and found out that Katsuma has the exact blood type he needed. Before Nine can steal Katsuma's Quirk, Izuku arrives and rescues the kids, using his Quirk to escape through a forest area and get the kids to safety. Izuku fights Nine using his Quirk at 8%, but Nine uses a Barrier Quirk that is made of highly compressed air to shield himself. Izuku retreats after Nine uses his Laser Quirk to shoot purple laser beams over to Izuku. The hero realizes that Nine has the same Quirk as All For One, and attacks using Delaware Smash Air Force, but Nine uses the Barrier Quirk to shield himself and retaliates by using a Wind Quirk. Izuku activates One For All: Full Cowl at 20% and uses St. Louis Smash, but despite increasing his power, Izuku was still outmatched by Nine.

Using his Scan Quirk, Nine realizes that Izuku has more interesting Quirks than him and attempts to use his All-For-One Quirk to steal One-For-All. While Nine steals Izuku's Quirk, something stopped the process, leaving Izuku temporarily immobile. Nine learns that he cannot steal the Quirk because either something stopped the process, or he has no room for all of them and proceeds to shoot a purple laser at Izuku's chest, wounding him. Frightened, Mahoro uses her Quirk to project a cartoony version of the wounded Izuku to notify everyone.

Before Nine could kill Izuku, Katsuki arrives and engages combat with Nine, but even he, alone, was no matched for Nine and his multiple Quirks. Katsuki manages to outsmart the villain and was about to attack him up close when Nine activates the Water Dragon Quirk to fracture and break Katsuki's ribs. Izuku manages to recover and attacks Nine. As Izuku was close to land a blow at Nine, the villain uses his original Weather Quirk to summon a massive lightning strike to zap Izuku and Katsuki, severely injuring them in the process, while at the same time, causing a major blackout throughout Nabu Island. With Izuku and Katsuki down, Nine goes after the children, but then, his illness suddenly takes over, causing excruciating pain. Hasaki arrives and attempts to take Katsuma before Koda uses his Anivoice Quirk to summon a swarm of crows to blind the villains while Shoji, Tsuyu, and Uchaka rescue the wounded Izuku and Katsuki and the children. With the kids gone and Nine in pain from his illness, Hasaki fires a flare gun to call a retreat with Chonjuro withdrawing from the beach.

Later on the night, Class 1-A regroups and holds out in a warehouse with all the civilians that they've managed to save and providing humanitarian aid to the local residents. Makihara was captured, locked up, and chained inside a boiler room, but he refuses to talk to any of them after they questioned the villain. Momo and Kaminari are currently working on maintaining essential supplies and building a drone that they can send to the mainland to call for backup.

The medical staff from the hospital clinic were able to treat Izuku and Katsuki's open wounds, but they cannot treat them any further because they've suffered so much damage that they need to be sent to a hospital in the mainland. Katsuma arrives and helps the clinic by using his Quirk: Cell Activation to heal both Izuku and Katsuki.

The villains, who are holed up in a lighthouse, reminisced of how Nine created their group to bring order to the society where Heroes and Villains don't matter and only the ones with the strongest Quirks will rule over the weaker Quirks, and how he's been using the League of Villains to gain All-For-One Quirk that rapidly increased the speed of his illness.

Back at the warehouse, Class 1-A are conversing about how to deal with the major threat from Nine and the rest of the villains. Katsuma tells Class 1-A that he is the target for the villains as the class thinks of the plan to deal with Nine who has multiple Quirks. Izuku and Katsuki, having fully recovered after Katsuma healed them, arrive in the meeting and encourages everyone to fight the villains and protect everyone on the island. The class thinks back of all how their hard work they've done for the people and is now determined to do the same as Izuku and Katsuki. The class, unanimously, agrees to fight the villains.

Izuku devises a plan of action for the class: by relocating all the civilians to the isolated peninsula where the ancient castle is located, it can hold all of the residents in the large cave safely while the heroes engage the villains using the terrain to their advantage and spit the villains apart. Mashirao, Kyoka, and Shoji will personally guard Katsuma and Mahoro while the civilians are holding out inside the cave protected by Koda, Rikido, and Toru. 

Shoto questions about how the class is going to deal with Nine and his multiple Quirks. Izuku noted that Nine can only use his Quirk for a limited time due to the illness he is suffering, so the plan is to have everyone attack in waves to make sure the villain uses his Quirk all the time until he has reached to his limit and hold out until reinforcements from the mainland arrive. 

At the same time, in the mainland, Hawks questions Katsuma and Mahoro's father who regained consciousness and retells everything that happened to him, and how the villain, Nine, stole his Quirk. Hawks receive a call from the Public Safety Commission who informs him that a fisherman found a drone that contains a message saying that villains have attacked Nabu Island. Realizing that Class 1-A is at Nabu Island and engaging Nine and the villains alone, Hawks uses his Quirk: Fierce Wings to fly over to the island as fast as he can, while contacting U.A High to send in reinforcements.

Act Three: The Last Stand

After recovering from his illness, Nine, Masaki, and Chonjuro are determined to take Katsuma no matter the cost. The villains make their way to the peninsula after Masaki scouted them on the ruins of the ancient castle. With the villains approaching the ruins, the heroes begin their assault on the villains with a pre-emptive strike.

Yuga attacks first using his signature move, "Can't Stop Twinkling: Supernova" to fire a massive naval laser bombardment at the villains. While Nine blocks the attack with his Barrier Quirk, Hasaki and Chonjuro breaks away from the blast, unaware that they are falling right into their trap. Momo takes the last of her strength using her Creation Quirk to make two massive cannons and shot at Hasaki and Chonjuro which cause Hasaki to collapse in an underground cavern and Chonjuro plunging into a nearby waterfall.

With the villains separated, Sero and Ochaco commence their assault on Nine. Sero uses his Tape Quirk to throw huge boulders at Nine supported by Ochaco's Quirk: Zero Gravity. Nine deflects all of their attacks using his Barrier Quirk for defense and his Laser Quirk for an offense.

Ochaco continues to use her Quirk to make more floating boulders for Sero to throw at Nine, but the villain is still not stopping, so Sero, Minoru, Uchaco caused a massive rock slide with Minoru using his Quirk to make the rocks stick together even harder to bury the villain. However, Nine was able to break free so easily. Momo and Yuga intervene and engages Nine, but the villain defeats both of them. Izuku and Katsuki intercept the villain, but they were never enough to take down the villain as Nine uses his Laser and Barrier Quirks. Sero attempts to help out, but he was defeated after Nine uses his Laser Quirk to blast him. Uchaco tries to make Nine float, but she gets knocked out by the Water Dragon Quirk.

Izuku and Katsuki fires back against the water dragon Quirk with a series of Delaware Air Force and AP Shot, but the Quirk was too much and takes down them both

As the villain was about to defeat Izuku and Katsuki, Nine has reached his limit and starts to reel in pain from his illness. Izuku and Katsuki seize the opportunity, but Nine activates his life-support to take a heavy dose of steroids and goes beyond his limit, summoning a massive lightning strike that seemingly vaporized Izuku and Katsuki.

Meanwhile, in the underground cavern, Fumikage engages close combat with Hasaki in his Black Ankh with Mina providing support using her Acid Quirk. Despite using the darkness to his advantage, Fumikage proves to be unmatched for Hasaki and her swift combat agility. Fumikage makes an opening for Mina to use her signature move, Acid Shot to destroy much of Hasaki's hair. Fumikage attacks with Dark Shadow, but Hasaki retaliates by using her Quirk to fire multiple barrages of sharp needles at Dark Shadow and Mina. Mina attempts to dodge all of her attacks, but she got wounded in the process. Enraged, Fumikage went berserk and his Dark Shadow Quirk intensifies to become massively monstrous and viciously attacks Hasaki. The villain attempts to shoot her hair needles at the ceiling, but she was defeated by Fumikage after Dark Shadow grabbed her. However, the cavern collapsed on top of Hasaki, Mina, and Fumukage. The sunlight from the sky nullifies Dark Shadow as Fumikage uses his body to shield the wounded Mina while the cavern buries all of them under piles of boulders.

At the waterfall, with Chonjuro alone, Tenya, Tsuyu, Eijiro, and Shoto engages the villain. Tsuyu attempts to drag Chonjuro into the river before Shoto freezes it, but it was not enough to stop the villain. Eijiro and Tenya attack the villain with a series of kicks and punches while Shoto fights back with fire and ice attacks using his Half-Cold Half-Hot Quirk. At first, Chonjuro seems to be able to repel all three of them easily until he was paralyzed. It is revealed that Eijiro and Tenya were attacking the villain using the special toxin mucus from Tsuyu's Quirk: Frog to paralyzed the villain.

Chonjuro uses his Quirk to transform and grow his body bigger, nullifying the toxin. The villain fires a massive red laser breath at the four of them. Shoto attempts to make an ice wall to block it, but it was never enough, forcing the four heroes to flee to avoid the laser. Pinned by Chonjuro, Shoto devises a plan: Tenya uses his Quirk: Engine to distract Chonjuro using Recipro Turbo while Eijiro and Shoto sneak from behind using the same method to save Katsuki in Kamino. Chonjuro notices them and fires his laser breath to blast them, but Eijiro uses his Quirk: Hardening to activate his signature move: Red Riot Unbreakable to take the full-frontal hit from the laser before he loses conscious, giving Shoto the opportunity to strike. After Chonjuro used up his laser beam, Shoto manages to get on top of the villain with Tsuyu restraining the hands using her long tongue and Tenya holding the tail to the ground.

Chonjuro manages to defeat Tsuyu and Tenya and knock both of them out before Shoto defeats the villain by activating his quirk to reach sub-zero temperatures and freeze the villain before passing out from the cold temperatures in his body.

The situation for Class 1-A is growing desperate. Nine was proven to be too powerful for all of them, so Mashirao, Shoji, and Kyoka flee with Katsuma and Mahoro to the escape route in the caves. Shoji takes the kids away while Mashirao and Kyoka ambush the villain first to hold him back by using Kyokya's Earphone Jack Quirk and Mashirao using his Tail Quirk, but they were smashed by the Water Dragon Quirk. Nine later catches up to Shoji and attacks him using his Laser Quirk as Shoji protects the kids. Mashirao and Kyoka catch up to attack Nine with Shoji tackling with his Dupli-Arms Quirk, but the villain uses his Wind and Barrier Quirk to blast all three of them away, defeating them.

Nine holds Mahoro hostage to demand Katsuma to surrender his Quirk or he will kill his sister. Before Nine can steal his Quirk, Izuku and Katsuki enter the fray to save Katsuma and Mahoro who revealed to survive the lightning strike using Kaminari as a lightning rod to absorb the lightning.

Izuku and Katsuki gain the advantage after Nine is reaching his limits of using his multiple Quirks and overwhelms him with a combination of Detroit Smash and Explosion. On the verge of defeat, Nine uses the entire steroid drug in his life-support system which amplifies his Weather Quirk to the maximum and summons a massive fire tornado that will destroy the island. Izuku boosts his Quirk to reach One For All: Full Cowl - 100% and uses Detroit Smash while Katsuki uses Howitzer Impact, but the two aren't strong enough to stop Nine and gets obliterated by the Weather Quirk. Shoji manages to regain consciousness and uses his body to shield Katsuma and Mahoro from falling debris as the firestorm causes a cave-in, trapping Koda, Rikido, and Toru along with the civilians in the cave.

Izuku and Katsuki managed to survive, but they are severely wounded. Nine proceeds to decimate them with his Laser Quirk and uses his Water Dragon to start crushing them to death. With the entire class down and wounded, Izuku makes the desperate risk; he transfers One For All to Katsuki, breaking the grip from Nine. Infuriated, Nine attempts to kill them by summoning another massive firestorm on the island, destroying much of the island's infrastructure. Katsuki reaches One For All: Full Cowl - 100% and together with Izuku, they use Double Detroit Smash to stop the fire tornado and engages Nine in intense combat. After a lengthy fight, Izuku and Katsuki finally manage to defeat Nine once and for all using the Explosion Quirk combined with St. Louis Smash at 100%, effectively ending the threat, but the ember left by One For All sparks out, leaving Izuku permanently Quirkless once again.


After Class-1-A emerged victorious over the threat, Hawks and Toshinori arrived on the scene first with Hawks rescuing Fumikage and Mina. Toshinori recovers the barely conscious Izuku and the unconscious Katsuki. Izuku tearfully apologizes to Toshonori for giving One For All to Katsuki because he had no other choice if he wants to protect the people on the island before losing consciousness. Toshinori forgives Izuku and saw how One For All still retains itself inside of Izuku. At first, he theorized that Katsuki must've lost consciousness before the transfer could be completed, but somehow, he second thought that One For All must've kept itself inside of Izuku for his willingness to risk himself to protect the innocent even if it means losing One-For-All. Tearfully, Toshinori thanks the previous users of One For All and his master, Nana Shimura.

Soon after, a field force of professional heroes and the military arrived on Nabu Island, rescuing the trapped civilians including Rikido, Koda, and Toru, and medically treating Class 1-A. Hasaki, Makihara, and Chonjuro were arrested, and the local residents are provided with humanitarian aid. While overseeing the operation, Hawks wonder what Tomura is planning.

Elsewhere on the island, Nine, who managed to survive the final battle, crawls away to escape, but he is confronted by Tomura Shigaraki. Tomura was well aware of Nine's betrayal and that he's been using him too for his own experiment, promising that he will take over the world that Nine so desperately planned to before he kills Nine using his Decay Quirk and leaves the island.

For the next two weeks, Class 1-A continues to stay on Nabu Island to help repair the damage done by Nine and his villains until the Public Safety Commission suspends the program and orders them to be sent home. With the island being repaired by the military and the heroes, Class 1-A boards a ferry to leave. Izuku had a conversation with Katsuki, who suffered amnesia where he doesn't remember using One For All. Katsuma and Mahoro, who are reunited with their father, say their good-byes to Class 1-A for protecting them and saving the island. Katsuma promises to get stronger enough to be enrolled in U.A. High in the future.


On March 23, 2019, it was announced that the second animated film of My Hero Academia was scheduled for release in Winter.[5]

On July 7, 2019, it was announced for the official Twitter account and scheduled the film for release on December 20, 2019.[6]

On October 11, 2019, the official trailer for the movie was released.

On July 15, 2020, the official DVD of My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising will be released in Japan.


The movie's theme song is titled "Higher Ground", performed by Japanese rock band sumika. "Might⁺U" is an insert song that plays at one point in the movie, and it is performed by Makayla Phillips.


Character Japanese Voice Actor English Voice Actor
Izuku Midoriya Daiki Yamashita Justin Briner
Katsuki Bakugo Nobuhiko Okamoto Clifford Chapin
Katsuma Shimano Yuka Terasaki Maxey Whitehead
Mahoro Shimano Tomoyo Kurosawa Dani Chambers
Shoto Todoroki Yūki Kaji David Matranga
Tenya Iida Kaito Ishikawa J. Michael Tatum
Ochaco Uraraka Ayane Sakura Luci Christian
Eijiro Kirishima Toshiki Masuda Justin Cook
Fumikage Tokoyami Yoshimasa Hosoya Josh Grelle
Minoru Mineta Ryo Hirohashi Brina Palencia
Momo Yaoyorozu Marina Inoue Colleen Clinkenbeard
Denki Kaminari Tasuku Hatanaka Kyle Phillips
Kyoka Jiro Kei Shindō Trina Nishimura
Hanta Sero Kiyotaka Furushima Christopher Bevins
Mezo Shoji Masakazu Nishida Ian Sinclair
Mina Ashido Eri Kitamura Caitlin Glass
Rikido Sato Toru Nara Cris George
Tsuyu Asui Aoi Yūki Monica Rial
Toru Hagakure Kaori Nazuka Felecia Angelle
Yuga Aoyama Kosuke Kuwano Joel McDonald
Mashirao Ojiro Kosuke Miyoshi Mike McFarland
Koji Koda Takuma Nagatsuka Greg Ayres
Hawks Yuichi Nakamura Zeno Robinson
Mummy Kōsuke Toriumi Brendan Blaber
Chimera Shunsuke Takeuchi Greg Dulcie
All Might Kenta Miyake Christopher R. Sabat
Eraser Head Junichi Suwabe Christopher Wehkamp
Nezu Yasuhiro Takato Jerry Jewell
Recovery Girl Etsuko Kozakura Luci Christian
Endeavor Tetsu Inada Patrick Seitz
Yokumiru Mera Masami Iwasaki Kenny Green
Rock Lock Yasuhiro Fujiwara Gabe Kunda
Tomura Shigaraki Kōki Uchiyama Eric Vale
Dabi Hiro Shimono Jason Liebrecht
Spinner Ryo Iwasaki Larry Brantley
Mr. Compress Tsuguo Mogami Kent Williams
Himiko Toga Misato Fukuen Leah Clark
Twice Daichi Endou Newton Pittman
Doctor Minoru Inaba Mark Stoddard
Nine Yoshio Inoue Johnny Yong Bosch
Slice Mio Imada Lydia Mackay

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