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My Hero Academia Season Three Part One Blu-Ray Review

The Series:

Summer is here, and the heroes of Class 1-A and 1-B are in for the toughest training camp of their lives. But nothing could prepare them for a surprise attack from the newest members of The League of Villains. When a student gets taken away by force, it’s time for the pros to step in. Get ready for All Might’s most critical battle with the mastermind of the League, All For One!

Studio: Toho Animation

Director: Kenji Nagasaki

Genre: Action, Comedy

Rating: TV-14

Runtime: 300 Minutes(66 Minute Special Feature Runtime)


  • Dolby TrueHD: Japanese 2.0
  • Dolby TrueHD: English 5.1
  • English 5.1 Surround
  • Japanese Stereo


  • 1080p High Definition (HD Native)
  • Subtitles: English

Special Features:

  • My Hero Academia at Anime Expo 2018: Interview with Yuki Hayashi
  • My Hero Academia at Anime Expo 2018: Interview with Daiki Yamashita
  • Inside The Episode
  • Outtakes Reel
  • Promo Videos
  • Commercial Collection
  • Textless Songs
  • Trailers

My Thoughts:

I give My Hero Academia Season 3 Part 1 an A+.

That’s right. My Hero Academia Season 3 is phenomenal.

When it first exploded on the scene back in 2014 fans knew that that My hero Academia was special but I myself would  not even begin to comprehend the size and impact it would make. Fast forward 5 years and we have seen games, blu-rays, cosplays, and a hit theatrical release. After seeing how far we’ve come as a community for My Hero Academia it is undoubtedly a highlight of being a weeb by being treated to a fantastic Limited Edition Blu-Ray collection.

The third season of My Hero Academia certainly has some of the best fight scenes in the series hands down. It has some of the best of everything this season whether it’s intense drama, clever critical thinking, or thrilling fights and encounters. No matter what aspect of the show you’re into this seasons got you covered.

Alongside the My Hero Academia Season 3 Part 1 Blu-Ray Limited Edition(that’s a mouthful)  you also get a nifty art book showing off sketches and concept art throughout the season, some collectible holographic trading cards of the League Of Villains, and a really nice acrylic standee of Bakugo and Deku as well as a chibi Bakugo keychain.

All this for less than $65 feels like a dream come true. The budget fanboy inside of me is screaming by how great it is to own this limited edition set. If you are a fan of the show you owe it to yourself to pick it up or at least just to study up before season 4 begins this fall.

You can pick up the My Hero Academia Season 3 Part 1 Blu-Ray Limited Edition here.