My Hero Academia or originally known as Boku no Hero Academia will soon begin airing its third season from April 2018.
The news being is unveiled by manga artist Betten Court who posted the below cover for the third spin-off manga volume of My Hero Academia: Vigilantes.
Check out the cover poster which revealed anime’s premiere release date:
My Hero Academia will release on April 7, 2018, and set to air in the same timeslot as that of the season 2 which is at 5.30 p.m. and nearly 30 more cable networks in Japan. As usual, Funimation will stream the series once its premiere.
The third season will have same working members from its previous one which includes famous anime’s director Kenji Nagasaki at BONES, scriptwriter Yousuke Kuroda, and most important one is character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi.
The new season of My Hero Academia will return and will continue Izuku’s journey towards his desire to become the greatest hero like All-Might. The anime will follow the ‘Forest School Arc’ which is based on Kohei Horikoshi’s original manga series.
Izuku Midoriya fans waited so long for the season 3 and Attack on Titan is too on its way to release its new season.
So we don’t have to worry about Dragon Ball Super’s ending because these animes have enough potential to entertain us.
If you are not aware of this series, My Hero Academia shows the journey of a small kid named as Izuku Midoriya who want to become a hero like his favorite superhero All-Might.
In his world, every child born with special power is are called as Quirk. But only Izuku was the one without the quirk.
When All-Might finds the boy’s true potential and desired to become someone else, he chooses him as a successor to become next All-Might.
When Izuku’s inherits All-Might’s superpowers, his normal life completely changed and anime starts taking shape as the story proceed.
My Hero Academia Season 3 will air its premiere episode on April 7, 2018.