My Hero Academia Season 7 Trailer, Release, And More

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My Hero Academia Season 7: Trailer, Release, And More

My Hero Academia Season 7 Trailer: My Hero Academia has unveiled an intriguing new trailer. At Jump Festa 2024, Studio Bones confirmed that Season 7 will premiere with its first episode on May 4, 2023. The story is getting closer to the conflict between the heroes and villains bringing the anime series to a finale. On December 10, the announcement was made following an internet leak.

My Hero Academia Release Date

My Hero Academia Season 7: Trailer, Release, and More

My Hero Academia Season 7 will debut on Crunchyroll on May 4, 2024, according to the anime’s official X account. This season will also cover the epic showdown between the heroes and the villains that is now taking place in the manga, based on the illustrations seen in the trailer. The Star and Stripe Arc, which stars All Might’s student, the American hero known as Star and Stripe, will kick things off. Voice actor Romi Park will be very important in the next series.

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My Hero Academia Season 7 Trailer

My Hero Academia Season 7: Trailer, Release, and More

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The trailer is chock-full of shocking revelations. Following a fierce conflict between the heroes and the Paranormal Liberation Army, the League of Villains and All for One are ready to take the last stand and permanently demolish the hero society. According to the teaser, this season will include the ultimate conflict between the heroes and the villains. It will also have the epic battle between Shigaraki and Star and Stripe and the “U.A. Traitor” arc.

Based on past seasons, the season will have two courses totaling 24 episodes. The first twelve episodes of the anime will center on the Star and Stripe arc, with All Might’s American companion taking the lead, in keeping with the faithful adaptation of the source material. While All For One seeks to take Star and Stripes’ peculiarity, her primary objective is to halt Shigaraki before he is completely awoken. The U.A. Traitor arc, which revolves around a mole All For One installed at U.A. Academy to provide him with information about Midoriya, the wielder of All For One’s most sought-after quirk, will subsequently be covered in the second half.

However, the clip also features Final War moments that manga fans have been seeing unfold in My Hero Academia for the past year, particularly the villains employing the Warping Quirk to teleport to the battlefield. This could indicate that not only would Season 7 finish with the beginning of that epic cliffhanger but that this might be the last season of My Hero Academia. With the release of the fourth My Hero Academia in theaters the following year, 2024 is looking to be a very exciting year for anime fans.

Timings of Season 7

My Hero Academia Season 7: Trailer, Release, and More

The anime will be broadcast on Yomiuri TV and Nippon TV, with new episodes every Saturday at 5:30 PM JST. A four-part special called “My Hero Academia Memories” will air on the following networks before the premiere of Season 7. You can view it on the following dates – April 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th.

About My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia Season 7: Trailer, Release, and More

Kohei Horikoshi’s manga series served as the inspiration for the anime. Studio BONES adapted the manga into an anime in 2016. The third season debuted in 2018 after the second season ran in 2017. The anime series’ fourth installment aired in the fall of 2019 and concluded in the winter of 2020. The sixth and most recent season ran from October 2022 to March of this year; the fifth season aired in 2021. Three films are also in the franchise: Two Heroes (2018), Heroes: Rising (2019), and World Heroes’ Mission (2021).

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