My Hero Academia anime series has almost caught up with the manga with Season 6 taking us to the final chapter, the battle between the Heroes with U.A. High School students, including Izuku Midoriya, and Villains with the Paranormal Liberation Front, commanded by Tomura Shigaraki. The plot follows the original manga series from the 26th volume, till the 33rd volume covering the “Paranormal Liberation War” (chapters 258–306) and “Dark Hero” arcs (chapters 307–328).
My Hero Academia
The plot revolves around Izuku Midoriya, a young man without a superpower (referred to as a “Quirk”) who yet harbors aspirations of becoming a superhero. All Might, Japan’s greatest superhero, spots him and grants Midoriya his Quirk after noticing his potential and also assists him in getting accepted into a prestigious high school for aspiring superheroes.
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Written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia has been serialized since June 2014 in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. It was soon adapted into an anime series and the first season was aired from April to September 2018. Up till now, 6 seasons of the anime series have been released and fans are waiting in anticipation for Season 7.
My Hero Academia: New Sketch Released!
Kōhei Horikoshi released a new sketch from his personal Twitter account.
In the new sketch released, Tsuyu Asui is seen here armored up wearing aquatic-based superhero gear. It has certain aspects that are similar to her Froppy outfit, but altogether they are pretty distinct.
As soon as the sketch was released, fans were really happy about this latest development and are hoping for some more information about their favorite series My Hero Academia.
My Hero Academia Season 7: Everything so far(Spoilers Ahead!)
Season 6, which just concluded, so far, was one of the finest seasons of the series altogether. The series revealed that Season 7 was already in the works at Anime Japan 2023, and they released a teaser trailer and a fresh image sketch by series creator Kohei Horikoshi himself.
My Hero Academia Season 7 will start off exactly where Season 6 ended covering the Star and Stripe Arc. In this arc, All Might ask Star and Stripe for assistance as a result of the threat posed by All For One and Shigaraki growing.
Since the anime has caught up with the final chapters of the manga series, this new arc will begin right from Chapter 329 of the manga series. Horikoshi was reportedly working on Chapter 387 during the last week’s break as some alleged spoilers and raw scans surfaced on the internet.
My Hero Academia: Release Date
Although nothing has been officially confirmed, fans can expect the release of My Hero Academia Season 7 next Spring 2024.
Watch My Hero Academia online on Crunchyroll.
Watch the teaser trailer right here.