my hero academia has its entire team working on a new season of the anime right now, but even so, there are other projects the IP is juggling. From weekly manga updates to new toys, there are few markets my hero academia did not slip in. And now, a new report has confirmed that a clothing line is set to go live for the anime’s latest movie.
The update comes courtesy of Zozotown, a popular clothing brand in Japan. The company has been catching fans online with a promo teasing the anime-centric collection, and you can already tell this line is going to sell out ASAP.
Woahhhh Japanese clothing site Zozotown is having a My Hero Academia collab with new art from Deku, Bakugou, Todoroki and Rody!!!😱
The collaboration is for new character-themed clothing. pic.twitter.com/Wd0JJbvtrj
— ☆オードリーAudrey☆ (@aitaikimochi) February 20, 2022
As you can see, the line is inspired by My Hero Academia: World Hero Mission as the film has just been released on home video in Japan. Zozotown makes clothing inspired by the hit movie, and its designs come straight from the anime itself. Shoto Todoroki, Katsuki Bakugo, Izuku Midoriya, and Rody all model the line as you can see above.
Of course, fans were quick to promote the reveal online, and they already know which piece of this poster they’d like. Right now, netizens are eager to grab the hoodie Bakugo is wearing here as it mimics his stealth costume from My Hero Academia: World Hero Mission. Izuku’s hoodie is right behind with his green patches, and Shoto has white panels on the hoodie. Each one is labeled with a hem patch that reads “WHM” in case you missed their connection to the movie. And just like other merchandise from the movie, you can expect this Zozotown collab to sell out sooner rather than later once it launches!
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