My Hero Academia | Boku no Hero Academia Season 4

Boku no Hero Academia

My Hero Academia Season 4 is officially confirmed in the 44th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The only thing which is still remaining unknown is the release date for the upcoming installment. On September 30, 2018, the series' producer Yoshihiro Oyabu officially announced that the production on Season 4 is underway. By the way, an OVA titled "All Might: Rising" is scheduled to premiere on February 13, 2019. You may watch the official teaser below.

We, frankly, have been expecting the renewal. In short, our forecast has been based on the reception of the anime series, as well as its astounding success in the BD/DVD sales. We've deleted the forecast since it's not actual anymore.

My Hero Academia Season 4 Release Date

Boku no Hero Academia Season 4 release date is the subject of the discuss since no date has been announced so far. But given the fact that an OVA kicks off only next February, we doubt that the premiere of Season 4 could start earlier than in April 2019. In our opinion, the most likely release date for the next round of the anime is the next fall. In any case, we are looking forward for the official announcement. Stay tuned for updates. As soon as Bones announces the exact release date for My Hero Academia Season 4, we will update this page.

My Hero Academia Summary

If you had no chance to watch this hilarious anime series yet, we suggest you read a brief overview of My Hero Academia below.

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." As you may have guessed, Izuku doesn't have any superhuman abilities. That's why he is a subject of mockery. Despite the sad fact, Izuku is about to join the ranks of superheroes. To meet the standards, he passes through numerous workouts every day. Unfortunately, his efforts have no results. But one day, Izuku encounters All Might, the world's greatest Hero, who bestows 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 famous for its outstanding hero training program. That is how Izuku obtains an opportunity of becoming a superhero.