My Hero Academia Season 7 Has a Confirmed Release Date

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My Hero Academia is making a comeback with its seventh season. The sixth season received appreciation from both critics and fans, so it was anticipated that we would get another installment. After carefully treating the Paranormal Liberation War and Dark Deku arcs, the hype for My Hero Academia Season 7 is enthralling. So, to put the fans at ease, we have compiled all the details on what to expect in My Hero Academia Season 7.

My Hero Academia Season 7: Release Date

Brace yourselves because My Hero Academia Season 7 will premiere on May 4, 2024. Initially, the seventh season was supposed to be a part of the Spring 2024 anime schedule. However, a recent leak from Weekly Shonen Jump 2024 issue #3 on December 13 spilled the beans. Shortly after this, the team officially confirmed the news as well.

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Teaser for My Hero Academia Season 7

After the success of the sixth season’s finale, the team released a teaser for the next season. It did not entail anything substantial. However, the idea of witnessing more of the craft of amazing characters elated the viewers.

The Voice Cast of My Hero Academia Season 7

Get ready for some surprises as we take a peek at the cast line-up for the upcoming season. It is shaping up to be impressive, thanks to a wide variety of heroes and villains. The seventh iteration is poised to leave an indelible mark in the annals of history. Here is the list of all the core characters and their subsequent voice actors.

  • Daiki Yamashita and Justin Briner are voicing Izuku Midoryia (Deku).
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto and Clifford Chapin are voicing Katsuki Bakugo.
  • Yuki Kaji and David Matranga are voicing Shoto Todoroki.
  • Ayane Sakura and Luci Christian are voicing Ochaco Uraraka (Uravity).
  • Tetsu Inada and Patrick Seitz are voicing Enji Todoroki (Endeavor).
  • Yuichi Nakamura and Zeno Robinson are voicing Hawks.
  • Kenta Miyake and Christopher R. Sabat are voicing All Might.
  • Junichi Suwabe and Christopher Wehkamp are voicing Shota Aizawa (Eraserhead).
  • Kôki Uchiyama and Eric Vale are voicing Tomura Shigaraki.
  • Akio Ôtsuka and John Swasey are voicing All For One
  • Kaito Ishikawa and J. Michael Tatum are voicing Tenya Lida (Ingenium).
  • Marina Inoue and Colleen Clinkenbeard are voicing Momo Yaoyorozu (Creati).
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya and Josh Grelle are voicing Fumikage Tokoyami (Tsukuyomi).
  • Romi Park and Natalie Van Sistine are voicing Star and Stripe.
My Hero Academia Season 7 Has a Confirmed Release Date
My Hero Academia Season 7 Has a Confirmed Release Date

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My Hero Academia Has Entered Its Last Phase

Those who have been following the series for quite some time are already aware that the 7th season will entail a significant conflict.

As per the events of the 6th season, All for One (the main villain) broke free from jail and managed to group together a bunch of bad guys. This sets the stage for an even more complex plot. In case you cannot wait for the 7th season to find out what happens next, we have covered the details. This is the perfect chance for you to dive into the manga of My Hero Academia, which will answer your questions more comprehensively.

We were last introduced to the hero in ‘Star and Stripe.’ The manga says she will go against All for One in a battle. We will also get to see an unknown member of Class 1A betraying the heroes. Furthermore, the Todoroki family drama will be dealt with.

Then, the final phase will finally start. We will experience the ultimate conflict between the heroes we have known for so long and the combined evil forces of All for One and Shigaraki. However, this is not it for the franchise! In August 2023, creator Kohei Horikoshi confirmed a fourth movie that will explore the events after the sixth season.

Well, this ends our coverage of My Hero Academia Season 7. If there is any new information, we will immediately update this site. So remember to bookmark it.

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Umama Siddiqui
Umama Siddiqui
Umama Siddiqui is a part-time content writer with a particular interest in cinema, which is evident in her work. Her genuine enthusiasm for film is consistently seen in her writing through inventive and unique approaches.

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