For those who are new to the world of My Hero Academia, here we have brought you how to watch the same in order. This is a reference you can use if you have not yet seen the series. As a part of a formal introduction., we will be talking about this series a little bit before jumping into the main article. So if you want to know from where you should start, then stay tuned till the article ends. Also, we will help you with a no-spoiler thing. Therefore, you can enjoy watching it all by yourself. Here we go!
About My Hero Academia
This series an adaption of Kohei Horikoshi’s Manga of the titular name, My Hero Academia. This series very much straightforward in nature and is enjoyable to watch as well as surmise. Since it is neither Monogatari and nor the Fate or Steins Gate. Therefore, watching it you need not follow a specific watch order. You can, either way, enjoy and fully immerse into the lore of the series happily.
Unlike a few other popular production houses, Studio Bones is the only production studio you will find that is involved with the series. It is thus far is going to be predominantly easy to analyze and navigate your way through it.
Order Of Release of My Hero Academia
- Season 1:My Hero Academia(2016)
- Season 2: MHA 2 (2017)
- Season 3: MHA 3 (2018)
- Season 4: MHA 4 (2019)
- Season 5: MHA 5 (2021)
- MHA: Two Heroes (2018)
- MHAthe Movie 2: Heroes: Rising (2019)
- OVA 1: (Jump Festa) MHA: Save! Rescue Training! (2017)
- OVA 2: MHA: Training of the Dead (2017)
- MHA: Make It! Do-or-Die Survival Training (2020)
- MHA 2: Hero Note (2017)
- MHA: All Might: Rising (Two Heroes Special) (2019)
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Watch Time for My Hero Academia!
If you consider watching the entire My Hero Academia, it will take around 39 hours and 49 minutes. So you cannot potentially complete it at a go unless you start binge-watching without a pause.
The Trailer of My Hero Academia
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