With millions of fans around the world, My Hero Academia is arguably one of the biggest franchises within the anime and manga community. The fourth season wrapped up in April. Since then, fans have been desperate to know when the series would be returning. My Hero Academia Season 5 will be coming in 2021?
The recently released second trailer for the upcoming season of My Hero Academia has left us begging for more. Visually, the animation just keeps getting better and better with each new season. It seems it will be just as packed with action as the previous season was. Also, the producers are adding more fuel to our excitement by not disclosing the scenes for the upcoming arc. Most of the scenes from the trailer are from the event between the first-year classes.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Expected Storyline
In season 5, we can expect the rivalry between 1st year Class A and Class B to be a part of a major storyline. It appears that the next season is going to adapt at least some parts of the Joint Training Arc. The complicated relationship between Endeavor and his family might get further explored. Season 5 might also show how the new ‘Symbol of Peace’ is handling his responsibilities. Deku’s newest quirk might also receive some focus.
My Hero Academia Season 5: Release Date
My Hero Academia season 5 will premiere on Saturday, March 27th, 2021, in Japan. The showrunners shared the premiere details via the official Twitter account of the series.
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— 僕のヒーローアカデミア／ヒロアカ アニメ公式 (@heroaca_anime) October 3, 2020
The English dubbed version of the anime is available at Funimation and Crunchyroll.
These rumors of a spring 2021 premiere were confirmed with the release of an awesome new trailer for season 5 – check it out below.
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