Weekly Shonen Jump has now confirmed the release date for My Hero Academia’s upcoming Season 7.
This information comes as confirmation of recent leaks on While initially spreading online, a new teaser image was also leaked for the new anime season. A popular X fan account shared this image, which depicts Deku standing alone while wearing a scarf given to him by Gran Torino. MHA fans who are unsure whether to trust the leaked information can rest assured because Issue 2 of 2024 of Weekly Shonen Jump, released on Monday, December 11 (JST), has confirmed news, as well as the official My Hero Academia X account. The official article and accompanying images can be seen below.
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Updates on My Hero Academia Season 7 have been relatively sparse since BONES studios greenlit the project in March of this year, although the studio has assured fans that progress is being made. Stable across episodes. October saw the release of MHA’s final promotional images, which featured Deku, Katsuki, Ochako, and several other main characters in the current story. In addition to Season 7, BONES also announced that they are producing a fourth MHA movie. This news excited series creator Kohei Horikoshi, who did not realize that the studio intended to make any other films in his series. “I was really surprised when they told me there was going to be a new movie,” he explained. “I can’t help but remember my childhood when a new Dragon Ball movie was released every year.” BONES has not yet set a release date for the upcoming film.
Horikoshi’s beloved My Hero Academia manga debuted in November 2014. The series introduces Izuku Midoriya, a boy living in a world where the majority of humans are born with innate powers called “Quirks.” , powers that they use for good or evil purposes. Midoriya aspires to become a hero even though he was born without powers. However, his life changed forever when he met All Might, who bestowed upon him an incredibly powerful ability called One For All. With his new abilities, Midoriya joins the fight against evil alongside his super-powered allies at UA Academy.
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Season 7 of the MHA anime will pick up after the Occult Liberation War, when Japan’s faith in heroes was nearly extinguished by the brutal aftermath of the conflict. Because of this, All Might enlists the help of international heroes to track down Tomura Shigaraki, aka All For One, and the remaining members of the League of Villains. Among the key players in the mix is America’s leading hero Star and Stripe, who was briefly seen in the final episode of Season 6.
While waiting for more news about Season 7, My Hero Academia fans can catch up on the anime series via Hulu and Crunchyroll. The manga is available in English on VIZ Media.
Source: X (formerly Twitter)