The following contains spoilers for My Hero Academia Season 6, currently streaming on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu.
My Hero Academia is gearing up for an intense Season 7.
On March 25, My Hero Academia revealed the seventh season would premiere, via My Anime List, just before the final episode of Season 6 aired. Along with the announcement, the franchise revealed a short trailer showing a bright green outline of Deku. Deku said, “Never go alone,” images of his friends from Class 1-A, such as Momo, Todoroki, Uraraka, and Bakugo, flashed through rapidly, accompanied by a dramatic soundtrack. . My Hero Academia also revealed a key visual to celebrate the Season 7 announcement, in which Deku stands serious, face covered by the scarf Gran Torino gave him.
Shortly after the announcement of Season 7, My Hero Academia also revealed casting details for a new character. Romi Park (Fullmetal Alchemist and Attack on Titan) will join the My Hero Academia crew in Season 7 after making his debut in the Season 6 finale as America’s number one hero, Star and Stripe. In the final moments of Episode 25, “No man is an island,” Star and Stripe declare their intention to help “her master” as she sets off for Japan.
My Hero Academia Season 6’s Heavy Melodies
Part 6 has a much darker tone than the previous parts before All for One is getting stronger and stronger in strength. Knowing that AFO will continue to hurt those around him in order to get him, Deku makes the difficult decision to separate himself from others, determined not to put anyone else in danger. After leaving UA, Deku became a bodyguard, wearing a worn-out version of his usual hero outfit as he went around saving people. Worried that Deku was pushing himself too far, Class 1-A got together to convince him to go home so they could fight the AFO together.
The popularity of My Hero Academia is evident through its long-running animated series and huge comic book sales. volume 33 came in at number three on the New York Times Bestseller List, behind only Moon Rising and Collaborations. The manga is currently serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump, where it published Ch. 383, “Meek Spirits,” after mangaka Kōhei Horikoshi unexpectedly took two weeks off due to poor health.
Season 6 of My Hero Academia ended on March 25, and the entire season is streamable on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu. When this article was published, there was still no confirmed release date for Season 7.
Source: My Anime List, Twitter