It’s been an incredible seven years since Izuku Midoriya first set foot in the hallowed halls of U.A. High, the prestigious school for young heroes in the making. Midoriya’s journey has been nothing short of extraordinary, especially considering his initial lack of superpowers in a world where extraordinary abilities, known as “quirks,” are commonplace. From his humble beginnings, dreaming of following in the footsteps of his idol, All Might, to the powerful hero he’s become, Midoriya’s story has been a testament to hope, hard work, and the unyielding spirit of heroism.
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Kōhei Horikoshi’s manga, ‘My Hero Academia,’ has captured hearts worldwide through Midoriya’s adventures, demonstrating the power of a kind heart and the importance of friendship. It’s a series that seamlessly blends heart-pounding battles with heartwarming character interactions.
Now, as we eagerly await the return of Deku and his classmates to face the formidable All For One, let’s delve into everything we know about ‘My Hero Academia Season 7.’
When Is My Hero Academia Season 7 Coming Out?
The news we’ve all been waiting for arrived after the Season 6 finale on March 25, 2023. An official announcement confirmed that ‘My Hero Academia Season 7’ is currently in production. While the exact release date remains under wraps, historical patterns suggest that each new season typically takes about 12 months to arrive. Additionally, as the manga’s final chapters are still in development, it’s reasonable to expect Season 7 to grace our screens sometime in the vicinity of spring 2024.
Where Can You Watch My Hero Academia?
For those looking to catch up or dive into the action of ‘My Hero Academia,’ the good news is that all six seasons, along with three spinoff films—’My Hero Academia: Two Heroes,’ ‘My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising,’ and ‘My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission’—are available for streaming on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and FUNimation. Alternatively, you can purchase all six anime seasons on Apple TV Plus. When ‘My Hero Academia Season 7’ finally arrives, Crunchyroll will be your go-to destination, with episodes dropping at 3:30 a.m. PT/6:30 a.m. ET for a worldwide audience.
Is There a Trailer for My Hero Academia Season 7?
Shortly after the Series 6 finale, which garnered record-breaking ratings, a teaser for the upcoming season was unveiled. While it didn’t divulge too much about the plot, it did provide tantalizing hints about the events and characters to come. Anticipation is high, with Season 7 poised to pick up right where the previous season left off. Midoriya, alongside his fellow 1-A classmates and pro heroes, is on the mend, preparing for a potentially colossal showdown between the USA’s number one hero, ‘Star and Stripe,’ and the nefarious All For One.
Who Are Voice Cast of My Hero Academia Season 7?
With an array of heroes and villains set to grace Season 7, it’s safe to assume that the cast will be extensive. While not all voice actors have been officially confirmed, we can anticipate the return of several key members:
- Daiki Yamashita (Japanese) / Justin Briner (English) as Izuku Midoriya
- Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese) / Clifford Chapin (English) as Katsuki Bakugo
- Yuki Kaji (Japanese) / David Matranga (English) as Shoto Todoroki
- Ayane Sakura (Japanese) / Luci Christian (English) as Ochaco Uraraka
- Tetsu Inada (Japanese) / Patrick Seitz (English) as Endeavor
- Yuichi Nakamura (Japanese) / Zeno Robinson (English) as Hawks
- Kenta Miyake (Japanese) / Christopher R Sabat (English) as All Might
- Junichi Suwabe (Japanese) / Christopher Wehkamp (English) as Shota Aizawa
- Kōki Uchiyama (Japanese) / Eric Vale (English) as Tomura Shigaraki
- Akio Ōtsuka (Japanese) / John Swasey (English) as All For One
- Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese) / J Michael Tatum (English) as Tenya Ida
- Marina Inoue (Japanese) / Colleen Clinkenbeard (English) as Momo Yaoyorozu
- Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese) / Josh Grelle (English) as Fumikage Tokoyami
- Romi Park (Japanese) / Natalie Van Sistine (English) as Star and Stripe.
What Has Happened In My Hero Academia So Far?
Midoriya’s life took a remarkable turn when he was chosen to inherit the powers of Japan’s former top hero, All Might. Armed with the One For All quirk, Midoriya’s dream of becoming a hero was suddenly within reach. However, he faced numerous challenges in learning to control this newfound power and confronting formidable adversaries.
With the support of his friends, teachers, and the indomitable All Might, Midoriya (also known as Deku) honed his skills to become a formidable hero, frequently clashing with powerful villains and emerging victorious. In Season 6, the heroes of U.A. High, along with pro heroes, engaged in a fierce battle against the Paranormal Liberation Front. While they successfully thwarted the villains’ advance, the conflict took a toll on both the heroes and the city, resulting in significant casualties and the villains achieving their goal of liberating All For One.
Season 6 concluded with Midoriya assuming responsibility for the One For All quirk and embarking on a solo journey to further develop his abilities. However, thanks to the unwavering support of his friends and mentors, he ultimately embraced his hopeful and cheerful nature once more.
Towards the end of Season 6, All Might found renewed hope through an unexpected source: an appeal to the United Nations for assistance. This development signals the arrival of North America’s preeminent hero, Star and Stripe, and sets the stage for the upcoming conflicts in Season 7.
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