May 30, 2024
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My Hero Academia Season 7: Gets Special Compilation Episodes Ahead Of The Grand Season!

My Hero Academia Season 7

Great news for My Hero Academia lovers! While the anime is all set to return with a bang, Crunchyroll recently announced special episodes ahead of My Hero Academia Season 7. Indeed! You read that right! Before delving deeper into the intense battle between Heroes and Supervillains in the seventh season, My Hero Academia returns with four special episodes called Memories. Curious to know when it will be released? Then, keep reading!

   

My Hero Academia Season 7 Special Episodes: Announcement!

Crunchyroll recently announced that My Hero Academia Season 7 will begin streaming on the platform on May 4, 2024. The anime will first air in Japan and later be simulcast internationally on Crunchyroll at 5:30 am EDT. While everyone is waiting for the seventh season, which will explore the final battle between the heroes and the villains, the platform is all set to remind the audience of the heroes’ harrowing journey with its four special episodes.

These special episodes, My Hero Academia: Memories, will feature the epic moments of the series, including some new unseen scenes. That will play a huge role in bridging the gap between the sixth and My Hero Academia Season 7. It will feature some epic fighting sequences and untold stories, which help shape the background for the upcoming season.

Speaking about the My Hero Academia: Memories release date, the first special episode will air on April 6 at 2.30 am PT, followed by the next episodes on April 13, 20, and 27. So, don’t miss it! But that’s not the end. The anime is bringing the most famous veteran, Naomi Nakayama, back into the picture as the director at Studio Bones. So, be prepared for a never-seen-before battle and fantastic animation.

My Hero Academia: Memories: A Saga Of Izuku

Fans have undoubtedly kept up with the anime since its debut and are very well aware of Izuku and his struggle. But what if we tell you Crunchyroll decided to bring the saga back to your screens? Excited? Well, the streaming platform recently released the official synopsis of My Hero Academia: Memories, which states that “Izuku has dreamt of being a hero all his life.”

While it’s a huge goal, and kids with superpowers can achieve that, too, for Izuku, things are quite different. This goal becomes tougher than he thinks, with no superpowers, especially in a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of superpower called “quirk.” Though Izuku was born different, he is determined enough to achieve his goal, and no one can stop him from reaching and enrolling in the world’s most prestigious hero academy.

My Hero Academia: You’re Next Movie: Announcement!

My Hero Academia isn’t just returning with a compilation series but will also drop a feature film soon. Yes, you got that right! The anime is all set to return with its fourth film, My Hero Academia: You’re Next, which is set to air in theatres on August 2 in Japan. However, its global release is yet to be announced. The movie will follow the battle’s consequences and Pro Hero Society’s collapse. The announcement was first made on August 7, 2023, in Weekly Shonen Jump Issue 36-37, 2023.

As per the official synopsis, the film will focus on the collapse of the Pro Hero Society after their great defeat by the supervillains. The entire society is devastated by the outcome of the war, and such great damage has created vulnerability and catastrophe. But while things get out of control, a mysterious giant fortress suddenly appears. In no time, it consumes the entire town and people while Izuku stands before a man who seems like the “symbol of peace.” Is it a sign they are safe? Or will Izuku face another greatest enemy?

Curious! Then, don’t miss it. This is all for now. Stay with TechRadar247 for more amazing updates on My Hero Academia.

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