2nd Video of My Hero Academia Season 7 Features Opening Song

During the stage event at AnimeJapan 2024 held on Sunday, fans were treated to the premiere of the second full promotional video for the seventh season of the My Hero Academia season 7 anime. This video offered a sneak peek at the opening theme song titled “Tagatame,” performed by artist TK from Ling Tosite Sigure.

The announcement of My Hero Academia season 7 came hot on the heels of the conclusion of the sixth season on March 25, 2023. To bridge the gap until the new season’s premiere on May 4, a special four-episode compilation titled My Hero Academia Memories, featuring some fresh scenes, is set to air from April 6 onwards. As per tradition, the anime will air on YTV and NTV on Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. (4:30 a.m. EDT).

In the upcoming season, Romi Park will lend her voice to the character Star and Stripe.

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Expanding the franchise further, My Hero Academia THE MOVIE: You’re Next (My Hero Academia: You’re Next), the fourth film in the series, is scheduled to hit theaters on August 2. Series creator Horikoshi oversees the project as the general supervisor and original character designer. The film will present an original storyline set concurrently with the ongoing events of the TV anime, exploring the aftermath of society’s collapse.

Horikoshi’s manga, which debuted in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in July 2014, continues to captivate audiences. The 40th compiled volume of the manga is slated for release in Japan on April 4, while Viz Media handles English publication both digitally and in print in North America. Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service also provides digital English releases of the manga.

Since its inception, the My Hero Academia anime has enjoyed a successful run. The first season premiered in April 2016, followed by the second season in April 2017 and the third in April 2018, each consisting of 13, 25, and 25 episodes, respectively. The fourth season arrived in Japan in October 2019, comprising 25 episodes. Additional content in the form of original video anime has supplemented the series, with episodes streaming in August 2020 and June 2022.

The sixth season, which premiered in October 2022, spanned two continuous cours (quarters of a year), totaling 25 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the anime alongside its Japanese release, offering an English dub as well. Additionally, Toonami aired the anime, ensuring broader accessibility. An anime special titled My Hero Academia UA Heroes Battle also debuted in October, further enriching the franchise’s universe.

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Source: ANN

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