MY HERO ACADEMIA Season 7 Coming Soon

Crunchyroll set to air the new season of My Hero Academia. Read all about it here.

Crunchyroll is set to go Plus Ultra as My Hero Academia features in the Spring lineup. Season 7 will debut as a new simulcast on the anime platform, beginning this May. A new recap series, My Hero Academia: Memories, will also feature and will start on April 6.  

My Hero Academia aired the first season of the anime adaptation on April 3, 2016. Both the Manga and the anime have become beloved by fans worldwide, consisting of a total of 6 seasons and 3 movies.  

Ultra Fans, Get Excited! 

Additionally, Crunchyroll will also simulcast My Hero Academia: Memories, a four-episode special event series that will recap the entire anime so far. From Deku’s entrance exam training for U.A. High School in Season 1 through the Dark Hero arc in Season 6, audiences will be able to catch up on everything before the epic story continues in Season 7. My Hero Academia: Memories will be simulcast weekly from Japan starting on April 6 at 2:30 AM PT, streaming only on Crunchyroll, also worldwide, excluding Asia. 

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Both My Hero Academia: Memories and My Hero Academia Season 7 will be dubbed in English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, and Italian. The date of the dub premiere will be announced at a later time. 

Directed by Naomi Nakayama, My Hero Academia Season 7 is the thrilling continuation of the anime series based on the popular Kohei Horikoshi manga of the same name, serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. The series composition is written by Yosuke Kuroda

The seventh-season anime adaptation of My Hero Academia is once again produced by the animation studio BONES, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The legendary studio is best known for Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Soul Eater, Space Dandy, Bungo Stray Dogs, Mob Psycho 100, Carole & Tuesday, and this year’s sci-fi series Metallic Rouge

© K. Horikoshi / Shueisha, My Hero Academia Project 

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Additional production staff includes Chief Director Kenji Nagasaki, character designs by Yoshihiko Umakoshi and Hitomi Odashima, art direction by Shigemi Ikeda and Yukiko Maruyama, color design by Kazuko Kikuchi, cinematography direction by Takafumi Sawa, editing by Kumiko Sakamoto, sound direction by Masafumi Mima, and music by Yuki Hayashi. The opening theme song will be performed by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure, who previously sang the opening theme song “Unravel” for Tokyo Ghoul

About My Hero Academia

© K. Horikoshi / Shueisha, My Hero Academia Project 

My Hero Academia is a Japanese anime series based on the popular comics by Kohei Horikoshi. It is set in a world where about eighty percent of the population has a superpowered Quirk. Heroes protect people and society from accidents, disasters, and villains—criminals who use their Quirks for evil. The story of Izuku Midoriya and his classmates at U.A. High School and their growth, fights, and friendship unfolds as they aim to become heroes.

I am very excited about the new season of My Hero Academia. I am awaiting a battle that all plus ultra fans have been waiting for, but will we see the side of good or the side of evil win this war? I know who I’m rooting for our underdog turned superstar Midoryia better known as ‘Deku’. With the power of “One for all” passed down and the aid of his class and teachers I think we all know who the winner here should be. 

After the events that unfolded in season 6, it makes us all that haven’t read the manga thinking what could come next. After the truth of “Dabi’s” father is revealed, the lives of villains and heroes are taken in battle, and new quirks come into play. It makes you think how far things will go in Season 7 and after what we have seen I think it’s safe to say that no character is safe from dying off in this season to come. 

In this long battle between “All for one” and “One for all” we’ve witnessed the history of how many had to fight to keep the balance and protect the passed-down power. Could Deku just be another carrier of “One for All” to fail to defeat “All for One” or could he be the specially chosen one to put a stop to this struggle. Let’s just hope All Might chose the right predecessor for the job. 

Watch My Hero Academia here on Crunchyroll.

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Georgia Skingsley

Hey, everyone I'm Georgia big fan of Anime and Manga since my teens. I'm so happy to be writing for Illuminerdi to share my love and articles on Anime for you all to read. Ill be covering mostly Fantasy and Romance but I do enjoy all genres.