Fans of My Hero Academia have some cool-looking Anime Expo 2019 Exclusives from Toynk Toys to collect. Anime Expo 2019 will be held in downtown LA on July 4-7, 2019. The Pre-Show Night is on July 3, 2019!
Toynk Toys always comes through with some interesting exclusives for fans of various franchises. For the upcoming Anime Expo 2019, the company has revealed licensed merchandise for My Hero Academia. Let’s check them out!
You can get your hands on two 2″ enamel pins at the Con. One features Izuku Midoriya while the other is of Bakugo Katsuki. Each pin will cost you $10.
For those who wish to take notes like Izuku, there are also My Hero Academia notebooks up for grabs. You can get the green Campos notebook for $15. The old burnt Campos notebook will be available for $15, too.
Then there are the mystery boxes which will each retail for $20. All boxes contain five My Hero Academia themed items. The skin for one of the boxes will be revealed at AnimeExpo.
Con attendees can purchase both exclusive items and market debut items during Anime Expo 2019 at any Toynk Toys booths (#817, #818, #917, and #918).
There’s going to be a lot of MHA fun at Anime Expo 2019. Funimation will be hosting a premiere of MHA season four. The upcoming season won’t debut publically until October. So, that’s an awesome treat for fans.
MHA was created by Kohei Horikoshi. It has been running in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since July 2014. A total of 63 anime episodes have aired.
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