The wait is officially over, on Saturday the Official Twitter Account of My Hero Academia has confirmed the release schedule for Season 5 of the anime. After months of anticipation along with a sudden delay of all Anime due to the unexpected COVID-19 Pandemic, many fans were left wondering when can they even expect the series to return after it ended at such a crucial juncture. Well let’s get into what all has been announced for the highly anticipated My Hero Academia Season 5.
My Hero Academia – What’s it about?
The Story is set up in a world where around 80% of Humanity has developed supernatural abilities called “Quirks”. The new found abilities enable people to finally live out their dreams as a superhero and supervillains. Midoriya Izuku, a Quirkless Middle Schooler, has decided to pursue his dreams of being a hero just like All Might, who is considered to be the No.1 Hero, by going to his alma mater. Since he doesn’t have a quirk he has always been bullied and laughed at for his dreams but this all changes when his own idol and Hero tells him that he too can be a Hero just like him.
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My Hero Academia Season 5 Release Date
The Official Website along with the Twitter Account has announced that My Hero Academia Season 5 will be broadcasted in Japan from the Spring of 2021 and will most likely be aired by Crunchyroll or Funimation. The Twitter Account also tweeted a new Teaser for the anime along with a new Visual. It has also been confirmed that the anime will be resuming from chapter 191 onwards with the Class 1-A vs Class 1-B.
So mark your calendars because from what the Manga readers have claimed, Season 5 is expected to be nothing like the previous 4 seasons as it will be finally giving the fans an in-depth explanation into the All For One and One For All. It has also been announced that the 5th Season will be airing on YTV and NTV in Japan.
The Anime will be handled by Studio Bones and will be Directed by Masahiro Mukai. The Script will be written by Yōsuke Kuroda and the Character Designs will be taken care of by Yoshihiko Umakoshi.
The Cast For The Anime Series Include:
He has voiced the character of Midoriya Izuku from “My Hero Academia”. He is also known for voicing the character of Sakamichi Onoda from “Yowamushi Pedal”.
He has voiced the character of Katsuki Bakugō from “My Hero Academia”. He is also known for voicing the character of Khun Aguero Agnes from “Tower of God”.
He has voiced the character of Todoroki Shōto from My Hero Academia. He is also known for voicing the character of Eren Jaeger from “Attack On Titan”.
She has voiced the character of Ochako Uraraka from My Hero Academia. She is also known for voicing the character of Nao Tomori from Charlotte.
About The Manga | My Hero Academia
Written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia, is a Japanese Manga Series that was serialized in the Weekly Shōnen Jump back in 2014. Since it’s serialisation it has released a total of 27 volumes comprising over 200 chapters with many more to come.