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My Hero Academia season 4 to air October 2019

Shortly after the conclusion of the third season of My Hero Academia, a fourth season was announced, but lacked a date. While an official day was not specified, the fourth season of My Hero Academia is scheduled to air October 2019 in Japan.

This season airs much later than the previous season (which began in April 2018) and is likely due to a broadcast conflict.

Accompanying the date was a new visual featuring Izuku “Deku” Midoriya and Mirio Togata.

Source: Twitter

Fourth season of My Hero Academia announced

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 releasedMy Hero Academia: Two Heroes.

Source: Facebook

Yowamushi Pedal to return for fourth season January 2018

Grab your helmets as Yowamushi Pedal is back for a fourth season starting January 2018! The announcement came at the Le Tour de Yowapeda 2017 event Sunday for the third season of the animated cycling series.

Also mentioned at the event was Yowamushi Pedal Re: Generation, a movie using footage from the third season, with additional scenes added in. It’s scheduled for screening October 2017 in Japan.

Yowamushi Pedal is based on the manga of the same name by Wataru Watanabe.

Source: Natalie

Third season of volleyball anime Haikyu!! expected

Weekly Shonen Jump issue 16

Haikyu!! adorns the cover issue 16 of Weekly Shonen Jump. Courtesy Weekly Shonen Jump

Word on the sidelines is that the anime adaptation of Haruichi Furudate’s volleyball manga Haikyu!! is up for a third series this coming fall. Confirmation lies within 16th edition of Weekly Shonen Jump which goes on sale Saturday, March 19th.

Haikyu!! is currently in its second season which was announced last May and is available through the anime streaming service Crunchyroll.

Sources: Crunchyroll, Anime News Network, Weekly Shonen Jump

Attack on Titan’s second season a ways off due to manga

It will be a while before fans of Attack on Titan get to watch its second season. The next installation of popular Japanese anime series is delayed all because of the manga.

To keep the manga and anime from running in parallel, the graphic novel must be well ahead of its animated counterpart, preferably four story arcs, according to artist Hajime Isayama and anime director Tetsuro Araki. As of now, the manga is only up by two-story arcs, half of what’s needed to prevent “filler” episodes from being introduced to keep the distance.

Attack on Titan originally aired in 2013 acquiring a huge following both in Japan and around the world. Several spinoffs and original stories have popped up in advance of the main series second season.

Source: Moviepilot

Haikyuu!! second season announced for October 2015

Haikyuu!! second season announced!

The second season for Haikyuu!! is scheduled for October 2015.

A second season of the anime series based on Haruichi Furudate’s manga series Haikyuu!! is set to air October 2015 on MBS, Tokyo MX, CBC and BS11.

The announcement was made in the May 25th edition of Weekly Shonen Jump which also included that Sumire Morohoshi will voice Hitoka Yachi, who will make her first appearance in season 2.

Additionally, a Haikyuu!! Festival will take place on August 30th at the Pacifico Yokohama Convention Centre with advance tickets going on sale June 6th. Guests include Ayumu Murase, Kaito Ishikawa, Kouki Uchiyama, Souma Saitou, You Hayashi, Nobuhiko Okamoto and Toshiki Masuda.

Source: Natalie

Canucks 2013 schedule

It’s been a long wait for hockey fans, but the NHL is back albeit for a shortened season. The puck drops for the 48-game regular season on Saturday, January 19th, 2012 between the Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks. All games will be between Western Conference teams, so don’t expect to see the Maple Leafs, Penguins or Capitals in town anytime soon. Read the rest of this article…

Canucks 2009-2010 schedule available

The new 2009-2010 season has the Vancouver Canucks starting off in Calgary against the Flames on October 1st followed by a stop in Denver to take on the Colorado Avalanche on the 3rd. The Vancouver team returns home on the 5th to play the Columbus Blue Jackets before the Montreal Canadiens fly in on 7th.

The Canucks will face off against all teams in the league at least once, so it will be an interesting season to say the least. The full schedule is available on the Canucks web site.

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