The students of Class 1-A and 1-B are participating together in joint training, however the first class is surprised by how the second is using their Quirks in battle. The training is intended for the students to understand their own strengths and to reflect on how much they’ve accomplished during their attendance at U.A. High School. For Class 1-A to show they are the better group of students, they turn to Todoroki and Bakugo give them the edge needed.
Volume 22 of the My Hero Academia manga by Kohei Horikoshi goes on sale in North America on December 3rd, 2019.
With the fourth season of My Hero Academia just over a month away, a new piece of artwork was released in Japan today. Funimation shared this visual on their Facebook this morning.
In the image, In the image, student heroes Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka, Shoto Todoroki, Momo Yaoyorozu, Izuku Midoriya, Tamaki Amajiki, Nejire Hado, Sir Nighteye, Eijiro Kirishima, and Mirio Togata pose on a massive “My Hero Academia” word art while a giant All Might stands behind destroyed buildings.
This fourth season is adapted from the Shie Hassaikai story arc from the manga series of the same name by Kohei Horikoshi.
Season four of My Hero Academia airs in Japan on October 12th, 2019.
With the third season of My Hero Academia finished, a fourth season was announced on FUNimation’s Facebook page. U.A. High School’s Big Three (Mirio Togata, Nejire Hado, and Tamaki Amajiki) and the villain Overhaul are expected to be central to this story arc.
A date was not mentioned for when this upcoming season will air.
The popular action/superhero series is based on the manga by Kohei Horikoshi also recently had a feature film released, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes.
Kohei Horikoshi the artist behind the popular series My Hero Academia was announced as a guest for this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego (popularly known as SDCC).
Viz Media, which holds the North American license to the My Hero Academia manga also included a video from Horikoshi on their web site, in which he’s shown drawing Izuku “Deku” Midoriya with a greeting: Hello San Diego See you in July!
Comic-Con International: San Diego takes place July 19th thru 22nd, 2018 at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.
With the second season of My Hero Academia wrapping up this weekend, there’s news that a third season of this action packed anime is on the way. Twitter user @YonkouProd posted a sneak peek from an upcoming issue of Weekly Shonen Jump revealing the production is approved to move forward. When that season will air, though, is not known.