Good News My Hero Academia is coming back with season 5. Will season five be the last season for My Hero Academia. Read to know all about My Hero Academia.

There is good news for all My Hero Academia fans. The Magna series is coming back with season 5. My Hero Academia a super-hero Manga series written by Kohei Horikoshi. To date, the series has counted 4 seasons with an immense fan base. The fourth season finished in April 2020. Though the fans thought season 4 as the last season for this manga series, season 4 announced soon after the release of season 4. It expected that season 5 will be the last season for My Hero Academia.

The first season of My Hero Academia premiered on April 3, 2106, with a count of 13 episodes. Due to the good response from viewers, later seasons created as follows, and Season 2 premiered on April 1, 2017, with 25 episodes followed by season 3 with 25 episodes. Last season released on October 12, 2019, with the same number of episodes.

A summary of My Hero Academia

The story revolves around Izuku, a common boy in a not so common world. Izuku lives in a world filled with superheroes with unique powers. It is a dream for Izuku to become a superhero. When he has taken to the doctor from whom he received the terrible news that he has two joints on his pinky toe that can never be treated and he cannot be treated and can never become a superhero.

In all four seasons, his life unfolded and went through a lot of bullying. The story shows his hard work and faith to become a hero.

Expected release date of My Hero Academia

With the end of season 4 in season 5 of My Hero Academia announced. The official dates are not revealed yet. But with the announcement made we can say that there will be season 5. Due to the Pandemic of the coronavirus, the date might get shifted to the year 2022. As there is a huge money loss and the makers are not sure when they will be able to compete with season 5.

Cast of My Hero Academia

The cast will remain the same for season 5 too.

  • Izuku Modoriya voiced by Justin Briner
  • Katsuki Bakugou expressed by Clifford Chapin
  • Ochaco showed by Luci Christian
  • Tenya Iida explained by Michael Tatum
  • All for One borne voiced by John Swasey
  • Tomura Shigaraki voiced by Eric Vale