My Hero Academia Season 7 Episode 4 release date, time, and where to watch

Mark your calendars for My Hero Academia Season 7 Episode 4 which is all set to release on May 25, 2024, at 12 am KST.

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By Mahaksh Chauhan | May 18, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The fans are excited for My Hero Academia Season 7 Episode 4 which will be out soon. Twist twice! After hearing “No, he’s just silly” and then realizing that Aoyama was actually trying to transmit his status as a spy from a way back when we finally got our wish! We had it dangling before our eyes.

Looking back, I can see how certain moments from earlier seasons were staged to cast suspicion on Tooru, such as her disappearance from USJ until the crisis ended. I failed to see that Aoyama had temporarily stopped staring into the camera as he normally did.

Release date and Where to Watch My Hero Academia Season 7 Episode 4

Mark your calendars for My Hero Academia Season 7 Episode 4 which is all set to release on May 25, 2024, at 12 am KST.

Time ZoneDateTime
Korean Standard TimeMay 25, 20246:30 p.m. (KST)
Eastern TimeMay 24, 20245:30 a.m. (ET)
Indian Standard TimeMay 24, 20243:00 p.m. (IST)
Pacific TimeMay 24, 20242:30 a.m. (CET)
Central TimeMay 25, 20244:30 a.m. (AST)
Japanese Standard TimeMay 25, 20246:30 p.m. (JST)

Only on Crunchyroll, Netflix, and Prime, you can stream My Hero Academia Season 7 Episode 4.

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Recap and Review

Even though I was partially correct in my prediction of the traitor’s identity (I thought Hagakure and Aoyama would be traitors), this is still far from what I was hoping for when I heard that Horikoshi would resume the traitor plotline. I had assumed that the traitor would be far more villainous and attempt to harm U.A.

Nice to finally lay eyes on Hagakure’s face. It wouldn’t matter if the opening ruined it or if the entire internet did the same. You know, when I was spoiled, the only plausible explanation for why we would see Hagakure was if All For One took her quirk (it would be terrifying to have someone that powerful be completely invisible) or if she died and her quirk was deactivated in some way. Nope. I assume Horikoshi was just in the mood to demonstrate it at the time. Still, I have no complaints. Her design is wonderful.

Even though this plot line has been around for three seasons, Aoyama’s past is fascinating, and I’m still curious about the future of the conflict and the strategies employed by both sides. However, I can’t claim that this kind of revelation is currently very exciting to me.

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