• Apr 26, 2019
  • by Jack Zhang
Funimation, a global distributor of anime movies, a subsidiary of Sony Pictures Television, Funimation, has released its first report on the My Hero Academy franchise. In addition to a complete overhaul of the brand's new licensing agreements since last year's show, Funimation lists the detailed licensees, including renewals and extended rights, and identifies key partnerships in key categories.

Funimation has acquired the exclusive international rights to the anime series My Hero Academy of Toho Co. Ltd. in early 2016, after its debut in Japan in April and FunimationNow in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland. Backed by Funimation's brand strategy and fanatical commitment, the story of the series was quickly heard by the American audience through a group of students attending an Academy of Heroes.

With the launch of the second season in 2017, My Hero Academy has won awards from leading providers such as IGN, ComicBook.com, Gamespot, Anime News Network and Fandom.com. My Hero Academy received three years, three seasons and then a successful feature film. The status of the franchise brand is enormous: a base of followers and an unparalleled reputation for a new series.

The anime is based on the best-selling manga of the New York Times by Kōhei Horikoshi. Since its launch at Shonen Jump in 2014, 22 volumes have been published with more than 20 million copies worldwide. The release of the Dos Heroes video after Funimation will be followed by S3 later this year.

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