Fans Can Manifest Quirks, Fight Villains at My Hero Academia Event in July

posted on by Amanda Whalen

A My Hero Academia interactive puzzle-solving event called "Heroes Dead End Program" will open in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya beginning on July 29. Fans will be able to solve various puzzles and ciphers as students at the Hero Academy, manifest Quirks, and fight Villains.


The event will run at the Hulic Hall in Asakusabashi, Tokyo, at 2 PM and 5PM on Saturday, July 29 and 10:30 AM, 1:30 PM, and 4:30 on Sunday, July 30. Advance tickets are 3,300 yen (USD $30), and tickets bought at the door are 3,800 yen (USD $35). Group tickets for groups of 4 people can be purchased in advance for 12,800 yen ($118). Tickets will go on sale on April 22 on the ticket website E plus.

Information for the events in Osaka and Nagoya has not yet been released. The event is sponsored by Asobi Factory and Yomiuri-TV Enterprise LTD.

Event story:

You are a student in the "normal" class at the Hero Academy. Today, you've gone to a training location up in the mountains, far away from the school, in order to have a combined lesson with the hero class, support class, and management class. However, all of a sudden, an attack aimed at All Might comes from an unknown Villain. Students from the hero class try to fight back, but the difference in strength is overwhelming. Even with a head-on assault, it's only a matter of time before they'll be annihilated. The Number 1 hero All Might could defeat the villain with one blow, but he won't arrive for another 60 minutes. You and the other students will have until then to try to uncover the villain's plan and fight back with your various Quirks. Will you really all be able to survive?

The second season of the My Hero Academia anime premiered on April 1. It is being streamed in Japanese with English subtitles on Crunchyroll and Hulu, and Funimation is streaming the English dub.

Source: Animate Times

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