My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising brought new fans into the franchise and made existing fans beyond excited. So, why not add a few My Hero Academia items to your wardrobe, plushie collection and more. It used to be that being a weeb meant paying a bunch of money for imports from Japan and searching through a selection of maybe five shirts. Now, we can get statues, plushies, friendship bracelets, socks, and more. And in all honesty, Hot Topic is one of the best places to go to to scratch that MHA itch!
So three of our staff’s MHA superfans put together a must-have list for other weebs to enjoy. While each link is through our affiliate partnership with Hot Topic, the items were chosen because we each own them or have them on our wishlists. So get ready to go be on with the top 15 MHA merch from Hot Topic
Is your bestie the Bakugo to your Deku? Share this cord bracelet set with your My Hero Academia-loving BFF. Features chibi Deku and chibi Bakugo on a black suede cord.
From the popular anime My Hero Academia, Izuku Midoriya joins the King of Artist line in his hero suit sculpted in an attack pose.
Inspired by Deku’s costume, these cosplay hi-top sneakers will help you channel your favorite My Hero Academia superhero wherever you go. They feature applique detailing, vibrant colors and a back tab embroidered with Deku’s name.
This black strappy tank top from My Hero Academia features a design of the entire Class 1-A, their teachers, faculty members and Mt. Lady! Can you name them all?
Izuku Midoriya: One for all, born July 15. Rock your favorite determined hero from My Hero Academia with this black sweatshirt.
Be ready to go Plus Ultra at any time. This sling bag from My Hero Academia features a design inspired by Deku’s hero suit. The front has two red snap-button pockets and side and front zipper pockets. The main compartment has a lined tech sleeve, mesh zipper pocket and elastic straps to organize items such as pens or even gaming equipment. There is a hidden pocket on the back. Adjustable straps.
Be the explosive hero even in your dreams with these Bakugo pajama pants. This green pair from My Hero Academia are printed with Bakugo in an action pose with his name below in English and Japanese.
Put together your own Hero Analysis for the Future, just like Deku! This journal from My Hero Academia features tabs of Deku, Bakugo, Uraraka, Todoroki, Froppy and Iida. There are lined pages for all of your note-taking.
Are you ready for another semester of hero fun at U.A. High? Well you will be with this collector’s box from My Hero Academia! Featuring a Tomura Shigaraki vinyl figure, sticker sheet, journal, pen set, U.A. mug and an Eraser Head eraser.
Transform yourself with this hoodie for the transforming villain and best girl Himiko Toga! Printed on the front with the villain from My Hero Academia inside a red square with her name down the side. Featuring a drawstring hood and front kangaroo pocket.
Why choose just one or two heroes from My Hero Academia when you can wear a whole class! This white muscle top is printed with a yearbook-style design of 20 students of Class 1-A.
Keep ultra hydrated with ultra cuteness and this acrylic travel cup from My Hero Academia X Hello Kitty And Friends. Printed all over with your fave heroes and their Sanrio friends, with a dark grey lid and straw.
From the popular anime My Hero Academia, Katsuki Bakugo is the third hero to enter the Amazing Heroes line from Banpresto. Bakugo is sculpted in an attack pose.
Dabi aka Blueflame is ready to wreak havoc. This villain from My Hero Academia has been given a Funko Pop! makeover as a vinyl figure.
Who knew even Hello Kitty and Friends go Plus Ultra? These duos are as iconic as they are heroic. This white tee from My Hero Academia X Hello Kitty and Friends features all your fave heroes and their Sanrio counterparts. Deku with Pochacco, Bakugo with Badtz-Maru, Uraraka with My Melody, Todoroki with Tuxedo Sam, Froppy with Keroppi and All Might with Hello Kitty.
Did we miss one of your favorite pieces of MHA merch from Hot Topic? Let us know!
Kate is co-founder, EIC, and CCO of BWT. She’s also a Certified Rotten Tomatoes Critic, host, and creator of our flagship podcast, But Why Tho?. She also manages all PR relationships for comics, manga, film, TV, and anime. She has an MA in Cultural Anthropology and Religious Studies focusing on how pop culture impacts society.