My Hero Academia Announces Season 3!

My Hero Academia Announces Season 3!

Superhero anime My Hero Academia is back with a third season! The announcement was made in an advertisement broadcast after the final episode of Season 2, which aired Sept. 30.

The 15-second clip, narrated by All Might (Miyake Kenta), All For One (Otsuka Akio) and Izuku (Yamashita Daiki) teases the upcoming conflict between Heroes and Villains.

The My Hero Academia TV anime is based on Hirokoshi Kouhei's manga of the same name. Set in a world where around 80% of the population possessing some sort of superpower, or "Quirk", My Hero Academia follows the adventures of Midoriya Izuku, who attends U.A. High School - the top academy for training young heroes. Since debuting in Weekly Shonen Jump serialization in 2014, the series has sold over 11 million volumes. In 2016, it received its first anime season, which was followed by another in 2017.

How will Izuku and the Heroes take on this season's Villains? Stay tuned for more details!

(C)Horikoshi Kouhei/Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee

Adapted with permission from Anime!Anime!

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