My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Date: What We Know So Far

My Hero Academia’s sixth season garnered acclaim from both fans and critics around the world alike for its adept handling of pivotal arcs like the Paranormal Liberation War and Dark Deku. With the series at its peak, fans eagerly await the seventh season, which promises new characters and an exciting new trajectory for the show as it leads towards the climactic Final War Arc of the My Hero Academia anime.

My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Date now Confirmed:

My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Date and Updates

The announcement of My Hero Academia Season 7 arrived on March 25, 2023, immediately following the conclusion of the sixth season. And after waiting more than a year, the fans now officially don’t have to wait any longer as the series is set to return on Saturday, May the 4th. Horikoshi sensei certainly will be very pleased with this premiere date, considering the new season’s debut is on Star Wars Day, a franchise that the mangaka is a hardcore fan of.

The Story of My Hero Academia Season 7:

Season 7 is poised to kick off with the Star and Stripe arc, introducing the American superhero hinted at in the closing moments of the sixth season last year. Following this, the story will fully kick the Final War arc into gear, which sees a climactic clash determining the destiny of Japan and, potentially, the world. The arc is currently still ongoing in the manga and will most likely encompass My Hero Academia Season 8 as well.

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However, the uncertain conclusion of the Final War arc in the manga adds an element of mystery to Season 7’s episode count, with the possibility of an extension if content for Season 8 is insufficient.

The Characters of My Hero Academia Season 7:

Returning favorites and pro heroes will feature prominently in Season 7, with a particular spotlight on the new character introduced at the end of Season 6—Star and Stripe, America’s formidable #1 hero. Star and Stripe’s exceptional abilities, coupled with her defiance of orders to aid All Might in Japan, set the stage for a compelling addition to the hero-villain conflict.

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As we get closer to the return of the series, we just can’t contain our excitement for this new chapter in the popular superhero anime. You can currently stream all the seasons of My Hero Academia on Crunchyroll, with new episodes being simulcasted on Crunchyroll every Saturday starting May 4.

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