My Hero Academia Season 7 Premieres May 4 After a Special 4-Episode Recap in April

A fourth movie is joining the My Hero Academia universe, as if the television series wasn't enough already.

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By Sonu | Dec 18, 2023 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

My Hero Academia fans have more to look forward to than ever before as the countdown to Season 7 is heating up. A thrilling adventure in the future season has been started in motion by the recent revelation made at Jump Festa ’24. Let’s explore the most recent advancements that will undoubtedly have fans on the edge of their seats. A special four-episode event called “My Hero Academia Memories” is scheduled to premiere on April 6 to start the festivities. This recap will take viewers on a nostalgic journey through some of the most memorable scenes from the past seasons. Relive the heroic exploits and get ready for the eagerly awaited sequel with fans. My Hero Academia Season 7 Premieres May 4 After a Special 4-Episode Recap in April.

My Hero Academia Season 7: Mark Your Calendars for May 4

On May 4, My Hero Academia’s Season 7 will premiere, bringing with it an exciting new batch of episodes filled with adventure. The new anime season, which begins with episode 139 overall, is sure to enthral viewers with its gripping plot and likeable cast of characters. Following the sixth season’s end on March 25, the seventh season was shortly announced. The news that Romi Park will be providing the voice of Star and Stripe is among the most intriguing revelations. Those who enjoy My Hero Academia may anticipate an amazing show that expands the world.

A Peek into My Hero Academia’s Fourth Film

A fourth movie is joining the My Hero Academia universe, as if the television series wasn’t enough already. Under the direction of Horikoshi, who also acts as the original character designer and general supervisor, the movie promises a unique story set against the backdrop of the TV anime canon. Get ready for a deeply immersive experience as a safe civilization collapses.

In addition to taking over theatres, My Hero Academia created quite a stir inside the manga community. The 39th collected book volume of the manga series, which Horikoshi started in Weekly Shonen Jump in July 2014, was published in Japan on November 2. Viz Media’s print and digital publications as well as Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service are available for English readers to explore the series.

Since making its premiere in April 2016, the anime adaptation of My Hero Academia has been a huge success. The show has continued to gain traction despite the release of three more seasons in April of 2017, 2018, and 2019. A special two-episode original video anime was released in June 2022, following the March 2021 broadcast of the fifth season, which continued the tradition.

My Hero Academia Season 6

The sixth season of My Hero Academia, which aired in October 2022, debuted on television not too long ago. It consisted of 25 episodes altogether, two consecutive seasons. English-speaking viewers could follow the anime’s Japanese release because Crunchyroll streamed it concurrently with its broadcast in Japan. By airing the English-dubbed version, Toonami also got in on the fun. An additional gift for fans in October was the special anime episode of My Hero Academia UA Heroes Battle.

Among its gripping story and vibrant cast of characters, My Hero Academia never stops reaching new heights with viewers. As the seventh season approaches, the voyage looks to be nothing short of spectacular. A deeper look into the ever developing My Hero Academia universe, along with more heroism and excitement, are all to come. Stay tuned.

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