The latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump revealed new key art for the upcoming seventh season of the popular anime series My Hero Academia. Along with the new visual, it was announced that season 7 will premiere in April 2024.
Originally created by Kohei Horikoshi as a manga series in 2014, My Hero Academia has become one of the most popular Shonen series of recent years. The anime adaptation by studio BONES began airing in 2016 and has since released six full seasons. This newly announced season 7 will continue the adventures of young Izuku Midoriya and his classmates at U.A. High School as they train to become professional superheroes.
By revealing the premiere time frame and new key art, fans can look forward to seeing the next phase of My Hero Academia on screen next spring. The new season will likely adapt story arcs from the manga that deal with major new threats and challenges to Midoriya and his fellow up-and-coming heroes. Anime viewers eagerly anticipate which villains and other characters from the My Hero Academia universe will appear in season 7 when it arrives in April 2024.
My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Date
My Hero Academia season 6 wrapped up in March 2023, and they’ve already got exciting news. The anime confirmed the seventh season’s production with a teaser visual showcasing Izuku Midoriya (Deku).
NEW My Hero Academia season 7 visual!!!
BROADCAST DATE HAS BEEN DECIDED FOR SPRING 2024!!!! pic.twitter.com/6ioAztoS4U
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There’s a fresh visual in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #2 2024. According to this new visual, My Hero Academia season 7 is set to hit screens in Spring 2024, with an expected premiere in April 2024—the visual features Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka, and Shoto Todoroki.
They all share a similar design, except Ochaco, who’s rocking a white shirt over her hero costume. Get ready for more hero action coming your way!
What To Expect From My Hero Academia Season 7
The finale of My Hero Academia season 6 introduced Star and Stripe, the top hero from the USA, responding to All Might’s call for help against Tomura Shigaraki. With Tomura set to inherit All For One’s powers, Star and Stripe’s arrival brings anticipation, especially considering her powerful quirk, New Order.
The upcoming season will likely showcase a significant battle between Star and Stripe and Tomura as he seeks to achieve All For One’s goals. Following this clash, the anime may delve into the next story arc.
However, details about the number of episodes in My Hero Academia season 7 and whether it will solely focus on the Star and Stripe Arc or include additional story arcs remain undisclosed. Fans will have to stay tuned for more heroics and surprises!