My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Window Revealed

Slated to return next year, My Hero Academia season 7 remains hotly anticipated as one of 2024’s most eagerly awaited anime. Fans now have clarity around the launch window thanks to the recent announcement. The previous season left our heroes reeling after catastrophic battles that allowed All For One and Tomura Shigaraki to decimate Japan’s hero society. With the anime approaching the manga’s conclusion, the creator, Kohei Horikoshi, sets up an epic final act.

The once fun and vibrant world of My Hero Academia has taken an unexpectedly dark turn. Beginning with the previous season and surely continuing into the upcoming season 7, the superhero anime has shifted its tone dramatically.

My Hero Academia Season 7 Release
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An intense war brewing between heroes and villains overtook the sixth season. This central conflict will remain front and center moving forward. The last season, which concluded in March 2023, ended with a major surprise cliffhanger.

Read more about My Hero Academia Season 6 and its War here!

Devout manga fans, privy to future storylines, report even darker moments on the horizon for the seventh season.

My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Window

My Hero Academia sailed through its sixth season, airing weekly episodes without interruption throughout the crowded Winter anime slate. Soon after the March finale, the powerhouse series was greenlit for a seventh installment. Given the show’s immense popularity, the renewal surprised no one.

With an average 12-month gap between seasons, My Hero Academia Season 7 is slated for a Spring 2024 release. It will likely premiere weekly episodes from April through September. Aside from some scant initial details, substantive information about the official release remains elusive. However, these past few months finally brought definitive confirmation of the Spring 2024 return window alongside a slick new key visual.

My Hero Academia Season 7 Release
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Deku strides boldly into the spotlight in the teaser visual, standing tall in a hero costume less tattered than when last we saw him on the run. At his sides, fiery Bakugo, cool Shoto Todoroki, and sweet Ochaco Uraraka have his back, a loyal retinue to our determined hero. Together, this fantastic four seem ready to face any foe with fearless resolve shining in their eyes.

Historically, all My Hero Academia seasons beyond the first have spanned two uninterrupted cours. While an official episode count still lacks confirmation, fans can reasonably expect this two-cour consecutive format to continue for the upcoming narrative arc.

Beyond the Season 7 headlines, animation studio BONES also announced plans for a My Hero Academia 4th movie. With peeks potentially on tap, hungry fans search for any morsel to dissect in the months ahead.

My Hero Academia Plot So Far

Izuku Midoriya dreamed of being a hero in a world where 80% of people wield impressive superpowers. Born without a special “quirk,” his lofty aspirations seemed improbable, yet he held fast to hope. Now, seven years since first enrolling in the elite hero training academy U.A. High, Midoriya’s journey continues with a class of heroes.

The road has not been smooth. Ridiculed as a child for his lack of abilities, Izuku Midoriya nonetheless idolized his favorite hero, the legendary hero All Might, longing to stand beside him one day. After inheriting All Might’s power, his arduous training began. Gradually, while supported by steadfast friends and mentors, Midoriya honed his newfound skills to defeat formidable villains and be part of the future heroes.

Midoriya’s story echoes My Hero Academia’s wider themes – that one’s capabilities matter less than the size of their heart. With courage, compassion, and tenacity, those who seem weakest can topple the mighty. The anime adaptation balances adrenaline-fueled battles against the forces of evil with tender moments between characters. In both, it compels viewers to cheer for the underdog who refuses to quit when faced with long odds.

My Hero Academia Season 7

In the upcoming 7th season, the fight is far from over. Though the heroes narrowly turned back the “Paranormal Liberation Front” army, the all-out war allowed the shadowy mastermind “All For One” to break free. The veterans now call for reinforcements from foreign heroes, an American character.

The Star and Stripe story arcs will be quickly followed up by the U.A. Traitor arc as Deku discovers that there might be someone leaking information to his greatest enemy. With new threats rising, Midoriya readies for the greatest tests still to come.

Can’t wait for the new season? You can read the conclusion as it comes out in the Weekly Shonen Jump or online via Viz Media.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I watch anime series?

But if you want to catch up with everything that’s happened in the first six seasons of the anime so far, you can find My Hero Academia streaming with Crunchyroll and Hulu.

How many episodes will season 7 have?

It’s also likely that Season 7 will get 24-25 episodes as practically all other seasons have.

Which other Shonen anime are coming out next year?

Kingdom Season 5, Bleach: Thousand Year Blood War Part 3, and Blue Lock: Episode Nagi.

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