You can now snag official My Hero Academia merchandise without having to book a trip to Japan.

Tier One Entertainment has officially announced the Blacklist x My Hero Academia collection — a unique collaboration that sees esports teaming up with anime.

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The partnership was announced on December 2, the same day Blacklist International begun their M5 MLBB world championship run.

The collection features apparel and merchandise that stays true to the values of the organization and the series, highlighted by the tagline, “Everyone can be a hero.”

The first wave of the collection is now available online and in Tier One’s flagship store in the Philippines. The second wave will be released next year.

Tier One’s Blacklist x My Hero Academia collection brings together esports and anime fans

Blacklist x My Hero Academia apparel collection featuring All might, Shigaraki, and Uravity
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The collection prominently features three iconic MHA characters as well as the Blacklist International logo and wordmark.

Among the apparel pieces are the Tomura Shigaraki jersey, Toshinori “All Might” Yagi jersey, Ochaco “Uravity” Uraraka long-sleeve tee, and the BLCK x MHA sweat shorts.

Blacklist x My Hero Academia apparel collection sweat shorts
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There is also a photocard collection that features iconic heroes like All Might, Izuku “Deku” Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Shoto Todoroki, Tenya Ida, Eijiro “Red Riot” Kirishima, and Uravity, as well as villains Shigaraki, Himiko Toga, and Dabi.

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According to their press release, Tier One drew inspiration from the inspiring ethos of My Hero Academia, where characters strive for greatness through the concept of “Plus Ultra.”

Tier One Entertainment’s CEO and Blacklist International’s Co-founder, Tryke Gutierrez, expresses the significance of the collaboration for his company and its fans.

Blacklist x My Hero Academia photo collection
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“In the world of esports, we are also the heroes, but at times, we can be the villain in someone else’s story,” he said. “Now we can express that in an exciting collection that brings it all together for the fans and even our haters too.”

Blacklist fans can grab these exclusive items at the BLCKBOX Flagship Store in Tomas Morato, Quezon City, or through the BLCKBOX website and online platforms, including Lazada, Shopee, and TikTok Shop.

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