Choose Your Side! My Hero Academia Collectible Card Game Arrives This Summer

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The global superhero phenomenon My Hero Academia has dominated the worlds of manga and anime, transporting fans into a world where heroes and Quirks are commonplace. Now, they’re taking on the world of collectible card games.

Jasco Games and Asmodee USA has officially announced the My Hero Academia Collectible Card Game, set for an English release this summer. And we could not be more excited to dive in and plan!

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The all-new game allows each player to choose from 18 different Quirks as you align with protectors of peace like All Might or break bad and align with villains like the Hero Killer: Stain.

My Hero Academia Collectible Card Game Arrives This Summer

The choice is yours, but just like in the anime, every choice has a consequence. You’ll build powerful decks around the heroes and villains of My Hero Academia, including Class 1-A.

The game will be available for purchase soon online and at your local game shops. Wave 1 of the game will include the 2-Player Rival Deck (includes Deku and Bakugo), Deck-Loadable Content Packs (including All Might, Tenya Iida, Ochaco Uraraka and Tsuyu Asui) and Booster Packs.

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But that’s not all—there’s also a series of playmats on their way, featuring more iconic characters from the anime!

For more information on the game ahead of its release, stay locked to the official website and Facebook for all the details. And for all things My Hero Academia anime, keep it right here on Funimation.


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