My Hero Academia Season 7 will premiere in Spring 2024

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My Hero Academia Season 7 will premiere in Spring 2024

The second issue of Weekly Shonen Jump 2024 confirms that My Hero Academia Season 7 will premiere in Spring 2024. The manga will also take a one-issue break after Jump Festa 2024.

After My Hero Academia The season 6 anime has aired in Japan, TOHO Animation has confirmed that season 7 is in production. Moreover, My Hero Academia Movie 4 was announced in the August 2023 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, getting fans excited for two My Hero Academia animation projects. Ahead of Jump Festa 2024, Shueisha finally confirms a spring 2024 window for season 7.

My Hero Academia Returns in spring with season 7

My Hero Academia Season 7 will begin airing in Spring 2024, and one of the new cast members of the anime is Romi Park as Star and Stripe. Furthermore, the official My Hero Academia Twitter account reveals a new key visual for the upcoming premiere.

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Key visual

The manga will be taking a break from Weekly Shonen Jump, so fans can expect it to return in a combined issue on December 25. Further details about season 7 have not been revealed. However, this provides another opportunity for fans to catch up on the animated series.

The sixth season of My Hero Academia began on October 1, 2022 and took place over two consecutive courses. Fans can stream My Hero Academia: Two heroes and the six seasons of My Hero Academia anime on Crunchyroll with English subtitles and dubs. The other two films, My Hero Academia: Heroes RisingAnd My Hero Academia: World Heroes Missioncan be found on Hulu, Max, Amazon Prime Video and other subscription services.

Here is finally an overview of My Hero Academia from Crunchyroll:

Izuku has dreamed of being a hero his whole life – a lofty goal for anyone, but especially difficult for a kid without superpowers. That’s right, in a world where eighty percent of the population possesses some sort of super-powered “quirk”, Izuku had the misfortune of being born completely normal. But that’s not enough to stop him from enrolling in one of the most prestigious hero academies in the world.

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