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My Hero Academia, Crunchyroll and NBA Release Limited-Edition Clothing Collaboration




The My Hero Academia x Hyperfly x NBA collaboration continues in a new line of limited-edition clothing.

Following the previous anime-themed release, the Crunchyroll Store announced a new assortment of NBA streetwear based on the My Hero Academia anime series. The Los Angeles Lakers, Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks, Boston Celtics, Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat are featured throughout the clothing line. Once again, All Might is the chosen hero for the special collaboration.


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The price range for the My Hero Academia x Hyperfly x NBA merchandise collaboration varies from $59.99 to $249.99. For example, the New York Knicks All Might hoodie retails for $119.99 and is available in United States clothing sizes S-2XL. The NBA-branded clothes feature the logos of the aforementioned basketball teams on the front, with the image of All Might getting ready to deliver a mighty slam dunk on the back. Currently, the Crunchyroll Store is fully stocked, but the specially-themed clothing will only be available for a limited time.

Naruto, One Piece and More Receive New Clothing Collaboration Releases

My Hero Academia isn’t the only anime franchise with a new line of clothing up for sale. Fast-fashion manufacturer Uniqlo is teaming up with the Naruto series for an exclusive rollout of anime apparel based on Naruto Shippuden. The One Piece anime series is also getting in on the action with specially-branded footwear by Puma. The shoemaker kicked off the collaboration with an official illustration of Monkey D. Luffy in Gear 5 mode surrounded by the limited-edition sneakers. Studio Ghibli is also releasing new dresses based on the 1989 anime movie Kiki’s Delivery Service.


My Hero Academia Director Hypes Secret Manga Ending: “I’m Excited to See It Animated”

My Hero Academia’s anime director Kenji Nagasaki hypes the manga’s secret ending in Crunchyroll’s new BONES 25: DREAMING FORWARD.

The new season of My Hero Academia will air on May 4. In addition to Season 7, a new My Hero Academia anime film called My Hero Academia: You’re Next will premiere in Japanese theaters on Aug. 2. Currently, the My Hero Academia manga by Kohei Horikoshi remains in serialization for Weekly Shonen Jump.

Despite setbacks from health issues, Horikoshi is moving the series closer to its endgame. My Hero Academia Chapter 416, the most recent release, continues the intense scuffle between Izuku “Deku” Midoriya and Tomura Shigaraki. The anime series is available to stream on Crunchyroll and Hulu. Viz Media handles the English distribution of the manga.

Deku and all of Class 2-A ready for battle on the My Hero Academia Poster

My Hero Academia

First Film
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

Latest Film
My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission

First TV Show
My Hero Academia

First Episode Air Date
April 3, 2016

Daiki Yamashita , Justin Briner , Nobuhiko Okamoto , Clifford Chapin , Ayane Sakura , Y√Ľki Kaji

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