My Hero Academia Season 4 Premieres This Fall

Boku no Hero Academia

Boku no Hero Academia Season 4 is set to premiere in October 2019. The official confirmation of the release date appeared on the official website of the anime. Yet the first notice of the renewal was published in the 44th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine back in September 2018. However, those of you who watched the series attentively, knew about it by the end of Season 3. Now the waiting is over, and you may breathe a sigh of relief.

Another good news appeared this March. A 2nd animated film for Boku no Hero Academia is scheduled to premiere in Q1 2020. By the way, it's worth mentioning that My Hero Academia: Two Heroes has grossed over ¥500 million, the amount, which is equal approx. US$4.5, in its first weekend. To date, the movie's box office is about ¥1.64 billion (US$14.5).

As a result, nothing surprising in that the studio Bones opted to pick up the anime for its 4th installment and produce another anime film. Also worth noting that the official motto for the upcoming season is "I'll become your hero!" My Hero Academia Season 4 will air on YTV, NTV, and other Japanese television networks. In addition, it's worth noting that the 23d volume of the original manga of the same name will be issued on May 2, 2019.

My Hero Academia Season 3 kicked off on April 7, 2018, and it covered the "Forest Training Camp" arc and the "Pro Hero Provisional License Exam" arc from the original manga. Looks like in Season 4 we will see the anime adaptation of the Internship Arc, longest arc of the manga. Yet the further details will be available soon.

My Hero Academia Season 4 Release Date

The only thing is clear now is that Boku no Hero Academia Season 4 will premiere this fall, in October of 2019. However, no exact date has been announced so far. We are tracking down the official sources in order you to be the one who learned the date the very first. As soon as the exact premiere date appears on the official website of the anime or on its Twitter page, we will update this article. Stay tuned for updates.

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My Hero Academia Summary

The anime premiered back in April 2016, and shortly has become a hit among the viewers. Three successful seasons have been airing between April 2016 and March 2019. Each season has been met with the universal acclaim. Boku no Hero Academia Season 1 holds a score of 8.42/10 based on approx. 656,000 votes, according to MyAnimeList. The 2nd installment has a rating of 8.69/10 ~ 514,000 votes. Finally, the 3rd anime adaptation has a score of 8.66 > 295,000 votes. The international rating of My Hero Academia on IMDb is 8.4/10 > 15,000 votes.

My Hero Academia Storyline

The story focuses on Izuku Midoriya, an ordinary middle school student, who was unlucky to be born in the world where 80% of the population possesses superpowers known as "Quirks." A sad fact but Izuku doesn't have any superhuman abilities. That's why he was an object of mockery. No matter what, Izuku is dreaming of joining the row of superheroes. To meet the standards, he is forced to pass through regular workouts every day.

Unfortunately, his efforts had no results. Yet one day, Izuku has encountered All Might, the world's greatest Hero, who bestowed upon him his quirk "One For All." Thanks to such unique quirk, Izuku gets a chance to enroll in the U.A. High School, a prestigious academy known for its outstanding hero training program. That is how Izuku obtained an opportunity of becoming a superhero.