My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Date, Cast, And The Storyline

Everyone’s favorite superhero anime finished its sixth season this spring, and it was undeniably one of the best in the series history. My Hero Academia took the series to new heights over the course of 26 episodes. We saw the heroes storm the Paranormal Liberation Front’s base, Shigaraki destroys an entire city, and Deku goes through a serious emo phase.

There was also a lot of great character development. We learned more about characters like Hawks and Endeavour, and the show gave emotional moments to regulars like Ururaka and Bakugo.

But now that the season is over, what should fans do? Join us as we speculate on the release date and plot of My Hero Academia season seven.

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Season 7 Of My Hero Academia Will Be Released On

Season seven of My Hero Academia was officially confirmed in the end credits of the season six finale, but when will it be released? Let’s make some wild guesses.

Season six covered seven tanks on volumes or 70 chapters of Khei Horikoshi’s original manga, and if season seven covers a similar amount of plot, it will cover chapters 329-399.

My Hero Academia Shared a Tweet announcing Season 7 has officially been confirmed to be in the works. You can see the Tweet below.

The most recent My Hero Academia chapter to be published was #382. This means that the My Hero Academia anime has fully caught up with the manga’s publication, so it’s unclear when the show will return to its regular schedule.

The show’s previous seasons all aired about a year after the previous season finale, so season five ended in September 2021, and season six began in October 2022. Given this, we believe My Hero Academia season seven will premiere in Spring 2024.

Cast Of My Hero Academia?

The voice cast of My Hero Academia is enormous, but it’s unclear who will return for season seven and whether any specific VAs will be replaced.

Following are the main English and Japanese cast members we anticipate to return:

• Justin Briner; Daiki Yamashita (of Japan); Izuku Midoriya (English)
• Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Clifford Chapin; Katsuki Bakugo (English)
• Yuki Kaji (Japanese); David Matranga; Shoto Todoroki (English)
• Kenta Miyake (of Japanese descent); Christopher R. Sabat (English)
• Christopher Wehkamp and Junichi Suwabe from Shota Aizawa, Japan (English)
• Yuichi Nakamura (of Japanese descent); Zeno Robinson (English)
• Eric Vale; Tomura Shigaraki (both Japanese); Kki Uchiyama (English)
• Akio Tsuka (Japanese); John Swasey, “All For One” (English)
• Tetsu Inada (Japanese); Patrick Seitz, Endeavour (English)
• Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Luci Christian; Ochaco Uraraka (English)
• J Michael Tatum; Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese); Tenya Ida (English)
• Momo Yaoyorozu: Colleen Clinkenbeard and Japanese actress Marina Inoue (English)
• Josh Grelle and Yoshimasa Hosoya (both of Japan’s Fumikage Tokoyami) (English)

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Storyline Of My Hero Academia

Avid Fans of My Hero Academia know the series is nearing its conclusion. What happens after the series’ main villain, All For One, escapes from prison and assembles an army of evil bad guys? That is what season six promised and delivered.

The ongoing, original manga allows viewers whose curiosity is getting the better of them to learn what is in store. Some significant spoilers are below, but we won’t give the entire game away.

My Hero Academia season 7
My Hero Academia season 7

Season seven of My Hero Academia will probably continue where season six left off, with the introduction of the American hero “Star and Stripe.” If the plot is faithful to the manga, we will witness her conflict with All For One and the fallout that follows her humiliating defeat.

A plot involving one Class 1A member betraying the heroes and a dramatic showdown between Dabi and Shoto to end the ongoing Todoroki family drama are other likely topics for season seven.

The series will then enter its climactic phase, featuring a significant battle between all the heroes we’ve grown to love and the combined forces of All For One and Shigaraki.

Is There Any Trailor For My Hero Academia:

Even though it’s too soon for a My Hero Academia season seven trailer, check back on this page for the most recent information and watch any new footage as soon as it becomes available.

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