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* Scienceville: The I-Island was created specifically for scientists to safely research on Quirks.

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* Scienceville: {{Scienceville}}: The I-Island was created specifically for scientists to safely research on Quirks.

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* Scienceville: The I-Island was created specifically for scientists to safely research on Quirks.


* GreaterScopeVillain: Wolfram reveals that [[spoiler: All For One was the one who gave him and the other villains their Quirks.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain: Wolfram reveals that [[spoiler: All For One was the one who gave him and the other villains their Quirks.his second, SuperStrength Quirk.]]


** [[spoiler: The fact the villains are not actors is foreshadowed by the fact that the villains are willing to fight using their Quirks against the students. Had they truly been actors, they would have likely of backed down or told the truth. The fact they instead attacked to kill hints that they truly aren't paid actors at all.]]

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** [[spoiler: The fact the villains are not actors is foreshadowed by the fact that the villains are willing to fight using their Quirks against the students. Had they truly been actors, they would have likely of backed down or told the truth. The fact they instead attacked to kill hints that they truly aren't paid actors at all.]]


** [[spoiler: The fact the villains are not actors is foreshadowed by the fact that the villains are willing to fight using their Quirks against the students. Had they truly been actors, they would of likely of backed down or told the truth. The fact they instead attacked to kill hints that they truly aren't paid actors at all.]]

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** [[spoiler: The fact the villains are not actors is foreshadowed by the fact that the villains are willing to fight using their Quirks against the students. Had they truly been actors, they would of have likely of backed down or told the truth. The fact they instead attacked to kill hints that they truly aren't paid actors at all.]]


* ShoutOut: David and Melissa's surname is presumably a reference to {{ComicBook/SHIELD}}.

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David and Melissa's surname is presumably a reference to {{ComicBook/SHIELD}}.{{ComicBook/SHIELD}}.
** One of the bad guy's quirk consist in turning into a purple, superstrong [[ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk brute]].
** The BigBad's quirk allows him to control [[ComicBook/{{Magneto}} metal]].


''My Hero Academia: The Two Heroes'' is a Japanese anime film centered on ''Franchise/MyHeroAcademia'' released in August 2018.

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''My Hero Academia: The Two Heroes'' is a Japanese anime film centered on ''Franchise/MyHeroAcademia'' released in August 2018.

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* TheCameo: Sato, Sero, Tsuyu, Mina and Hagakure makes guest appearances in the movie.

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* AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance: Although the Full Gauntlet was made with All Might in mind, it's appearance is coincidentally appropriate to someone like Deku, as it resembles a bandage cast.


* NonSerialMovie: Seemingly averted; Horikoshi had a lot of input in the movie, and its placed at an explicit point in the canon story. The manga also had a special tie in comic showing when [[spoiler: All Might lost his master and when he met Melissa]] and the anime adds an extra episode to set up the trip. The movie itself also doesn't contradict any of the plot elements from the main story, although some FridgeLogic does pop up.

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* NonSerialMovie: Seemingly averted; Horikoshi [[Creator/KoheiHorikoshi Horikoshi]] had a lot of input in the movie, and its placed at an explicit point in the canon story. The manga also had a special tie in comic showing when [[spoiler: All Might lost his master and when he met Melissa]] and the anime adds an extra episode to set up the trip. The movie itself also doesn't contradict any of the plot elements from the main story, although some FridgeLogic does pop up.



* OriginsEpisode: The movie as a whole accounts for a lot of events of All Might's earlier years as a hero. Horikoshi's art for the movie was a mock up of a manga cover for it that was numbered as "Vol. Origin".

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* OriginsEpisode: The movie as a whole accounts for a lot of events of All Might's earlier years as a hero. Horikoshi's [[Creator/KoheiHorikoshi Horikoshi's]] art for the movie was a mock up of a manga cover for it that was numbered as "Vol. Origin".


* TheGlovesComeOff: While Shoto restricts himself to using ice most of the time, he does switch to using his fire on two occasions in circumstances when ice wouldn't be of any use.



* KickingAssInAllHerFinery: Because all the 1-A students were headed to a party when the attack went down, they spend all the action sequences in formal wear rather than their hero gear. This does not prevent them from kicking ass when necessary.

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* KickingAssInAllHerFinery: Male and Female version. Because all the 1-A students were headed to a party when the attack went down, they spend all half the action sequences movie in formal wear rather than their hero gear. This does not prevent them from kicking ass when necessary.


* BrickJoke: Momo pushes her calorie based powers to the limit during the film. At one point in the epilogue, the heroes are at a barbecue celebrating the victory, and Momo is on her sixth plate and still going strong in order to recharge.



* ClothingDamage: While stopping a bank robbery in his youth, the villain with the rocket launcher scorches off All Might's jacket, revealing the first costume Dave made for him. [[spoiler:By the end of the movie, Izuku's and All Might's final blow against Wolfram ends up shredding Izuku's dress shirt, leaving him shirtless.]]

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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: The intro flashback sequence shows that All Might has always been like this. He and David are already late for class due to stopping a bank robbery, when a police band broadcast reports a hijacking. David protests that they have to get back to school, but then sighs and says "You can't ''not'' help them, can you?"
* ClothingDamage: While stopping a bank robbery in his youth, the villain with the rocket launcher scorches off All Might's jacket, revealing the first costume Dave made for him. [[spoiler:By the end of the movie, Izuku's and All Might's final blow against Wolfram ends up shredding Izuku's dress shirt, leaving him shirtless. Iida's pants get similarly destroyed from the knee down by his reciprobursts.]]



* KickingAssInAllHerFinery: Because all the 1-A students were headed to a party when the attack went down, they spend all the action sequences in formal wear rather than their hero gear. This does not prevent them from kicking ass when necessary.



* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: There is a vent that is two small for most of the teens to fit in, and out of reach. Good thing tiny Mineta can climb up there with his powers.

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* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: There is a vent that is two too small for most of the teens to fit in, and out of reach. Good thing tiny Mineta can climb up there with his powers.


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* EvilIsPetty: [[spoiler: All For One gave Wolfram a second Quirk, in the full expectation that he would fail anyway, just to screw with All Might.]]

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Melissa is also set to appear in the ''Team-up Missions'' spin-off manga.

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