"MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 5" IS OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED: POSSIBILITY, RELEASE DATE, CAST, AND STORYLINE EVERYTHING WE KNOW SO FAR!!!

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The much-loved anime show My Hero Academia will be returning for a season 5. A recent post on the anime’s twitter account officially confirms the new after a post-credit teaser at the end of season 4 finale which promised that more was to come. The season 1 of the anime show was on 3 April 2016. Season 2 came out on 1 April 2017 followed by season 3 on 7 April 2018. Season 4 came out on 12 October 2019. Assuming the season 5 will maintain My Hero Academia’s close following of Its manga counterpart, we can guess that season 5 will pick up during the joint training arc. A movie My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising was also released earlier this year on February 26.

Then fans got a amazing sign of life from creator Yuki Hayashi, who shared images of a band hard at worklaying down some hot new tracks for the season 5 soundtrack. The official announcement alone is proof that Bones Inc, and folks behind My Hero Academia are working on new episodes. The front page of the anime’s official website features a stunning image of Midoriya known by his superhero name as Deku.



WHEN WILL IT RELEASE?

At this point, there’s an amazing chance you’ve heard of My Hero Academia. And If you’re caught up, there’s no official doubt you’re eagerly awaiting more episodes of the popular show. This is great news for the fans that season 4 still has left some more of the tale to be told about. The season 4 came to an end on 4 April 2020. Following the pattern of the release of last season, Now we can expect the upcoming season to be premiered by the next year. A recent post on the show’s Twitter account has officially confirmed the news, following a post-credits teaser at the end of the season 4 finale.

IS THERE A TRAILER FOR MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 5?

It was officially announced in April 2020 that the anime will be returning for season. The release date for the same would be announced anytime soon now. So far, no such details and updates has been revealed so that it can be known when it is releasing plus no such trailer has been shown show far.

THE CAST SCHEDULED?

The star cast included are: Justin Briner as Izuku Midoriya, Daiki Yamashita as Izuku Midoriya, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Katsuki Bakugou, Kenta Miyake as All Mighty, Kaito Ishikawa as Tenya Lida, Ayane Sakura as Ochako Uraraka, Yuki Kaji as Shoto Todoroki, Marina Inoue as Momo Yaoyorozu, Ryo Hirohashi as Minoru Mineta.

WHAT’S THE STORY OF MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 5?

The show featuring an impressive cast of characters and several compelling series arcs. One of the fan-favorite characters is Momo, a student at UA High School who has the ability to create objects from her body by transforming the molecular structure of her fat cells, assuming she knows the molecular composition of the object she wishes to create. Assuming the season 5 will maintain My Hero Academia’s close following of its manga counterpart, we can guess that season 5 will pick up during the joint training arc. During this part of the story, Midoryia and the rest of class 1-A join up with 1-B to do some more leveling up and honing their abilities.

The show is set to continue on beyond Diana’s death, which we would expect to be a major plotline for the show. The show is yet to premiere season 4, although It is expected to launch on Netflix this year. In that season, Diana will be played by Emma Corrin.

After the huge success of its first 4 seasons, the fanbase of the anime has been constantly growing, If you have been following class 1-A’s Journey all this while and you have been with our young heroes through thick and thin. According to news, season 5 will be adapting the Joint Training Arc of the manga all our young heroes of class 1-A and 1-B will go against one to further hone their quirks. A very brief teaser and trailer for My Hero Academia season 5 have been released in conjunction with the season 4 finale, but it really doesn’t offer anything new that was not already in the last episode. My Hero Academia has largely been based on the manga since its inception, and that isn’t likely to change moving forward, so long as the manga’s storylines stay ahead of the anime. Without spoiling anything, we can discuss what might be coming to our heroes’ way.

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