Funko Pop! Animation - My Hero Academia (2021)

Funko Pop! Animation: My Hero Academia Funko Pops Wave of 13 Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2021)
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Some new designs featuring everyone from Deku to Overhaul to Eijiro Kirishima just have been released today!

With a lack of actual superpowers, we’re all trying to surround yourselves with as many super-charged characters, figures, and faces as we possibly can. Some are opting for comic book personas. Others are going the movie route.

Why not add this My Hero Academia Funko Pops to the force, so your collection can get Quirky? Here’s the breakdown for the already released vinyls:

  • My Hero Academia – Mirio in Hero Costume Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Eijiro in Hero Costume Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Eri in White Dress Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Tamaki in Hero Costume Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Ryuko in Hero Costume Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Infinite Deku 10-Inch Jumbo Sized Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Sir Nighteye Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Infinite Deku with Eri Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure
  • My Hero Academia – Overhaul Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Chalice Collectibles Exclusive
  • My Hero Academia – Shota Aizawa in Sleeping Bag Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Fye Exclusive
  • My Hero Academia – Himiko Unmasked Funko Pop! and Tee Vinyl Figure – GameStop Exclusive
  • My Hero Academia – Eijiro in Hero Costume Metallic Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – GameStop Exclusive
  • My Hero Academia – Eri in a School Uniform Funko Pop! Vinyl Figure – Hot Topic Exclusive

My Hero Academia Funko Pops 2021 release are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!) Also, don’t forget to check more images of this collection right below.

Funko Pop! Animation: My Hero Academia Funko Pops Wave of 13 Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2021)

In May 2014, the young manga author Kōhei Horikoshi went to a Japanese movie theater to attend The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

An enthusiastic fan of the web-head and heroes in general, Horikoshi wanted to show his love for comics by cosplaying Spider-Man. “A lot of people took pictures of me. It was embarrassing,” he told Anime News Network in an interview last year.

However, Horikoshi’s appreciation for American comics would be shown during that month differently: the release of his manga, My Hero Academia, in the weekly magazine Shonen Jump.

Jump has a worldwide reputation for being “just” the home of most of the most famous manga in the world. Those pages made of recycled paper have hosted such manga as Dragon Ball, Knights of the Zodiac, One Piece, Yu-Gi-Oh! and dozens of other series in its more than 50 years.

Funko Pop! Animation: My Hero Academia Funko Pops Wave of 13 Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2021)

My Hero Academia Funko Pops 2021 release are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)

In 2014, the year that the Naruto manga was preparing its farewell, the magazine was looking for a new phenomenon and, perhaps, fill the space of the blond ninja.

One Piece was still selling very well, of course, and the publisher was pleased with the good repercussion of Assassination Classroom. Still, it lacked a new story with all the traditional elements of a shonen manga: friendship, fighting, villains, tournaments, and so on.

My Hero Academia is like a bridge between Japanese manga and American comics. In this story, 80% of human beings have some special gift, stimulating the existence of superheroes (and villains, of course).

However, the young Izuku Midoriya, the protagonist, is among the 20% of the population unable to express any individuality, even though he greatly admires the work of heroes and dreams of being one.

His life changes when he tries to save his friend, Bakugou, during a villain’s attack. Admired by the boy’s courage, the great hero All Might reveals that he has the power to transfer his gift to another person and gives Midoriya his individuality.

Now with a great responsibility in his hands, the young man can fulfill his desire to enter the A.U., the school in which all aspiring heroes dream of studying.

Funko Pop! Animation: My Hero Academia Funko Pops Wave of 13 Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2021)

My Hero Academia Funko Pops 2021 release are now available for pre-order at the links below (click to jump!)

It didn’t take long for My Hero Academia to make it into the pages of Shonen Jump and into the magazine’s top 3 favorite manga. An anime was just a matter of time. In 2016, the animated series produced by Bones studio debuted on Japanese television (and on streamings worldwide).

But why is My Hero Academia so successful? Like all good phenomena, it isn’t easy to define, but in this series, the author has made a marriage between two worlds: the language of the manga with a very American theme.

In every detail of uniform, arc development, or unusual powers, we perceive Kōhei Horikoshi’s love for the theme. One point that also makes it easier to interest you is the number of important characters.

Instead of focusing only on one protagonist, the author makes room for dozens of other students with as much charisma as the main one.

There are many cool powers: Ochaco Uraraka can modify gravity, Bakugou explodes things, Kirishima gets tough, Todoroki masters fire and ice, Iida has motorized turbines on his legs, and so on. There is such a variety of characters, for all tastes, that it ends up causing unusual situations.

Unlike One Piece, the author of My Hero Academia promises that his story will not be “endless.” In the meantime, we continue to enjoy the adventures of Izuku Midoriya and the school of heroes.

Funko Pop! Animation: My Hero Academia Funko Pops Wave of 13 Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures (2021)

Available at:

Entertainment Earth
Pop Citi.
Poppin’Off
Pop-In-a-Box
Amazon
GameStop (Exclusives)
Fye (Exclusive)
Chalice Collectibles (Exclusive)
eBay

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