After teasing its release earlier today, My Hero Academia has revealed the first trailer, new teaser images, and highly anticipated release date for the upcoming fourth film, titled “You ‘re Next”.
In a post on 8, 2024. The new teaser image features Class 1-A mainstays Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka and Shoto Todoroki as they approach All Might, shrouded in mystery. The image also confirms that the My Hero Academia manga has over 85 million copies in circulation. Readers can see the trailer and images below.
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The trailer reveals that MHA creator Kohei Horikoshi oversaw the entire project and came up with original character sketches. The film is directed by Tensai Okumura (Blue Exorcist Season 1, The Seven Deadly Sins, Naruto movie 1). The script and character designs were done by series regulars Yosuke Kuroda and Yoshihiko Umakoshi, respectively. The music was handled by Yuki Hayashi, while Kenji Nagasaki was appointed as animation consultant.
While plot details remain unclear, this new mysterious All Might states that he will inherit All Might’s vision, forcing the heroes into another fierce battle. Horikoshi previously said that the film “will take place in a collapsed society.” The new image follows the Class 1-A image promoting the upcoming Season 7, which is scheduled to release in April 2024 with four episode recaps. Season 7 will officially begin with new anime content on May 5. You can check out the newly released visuals for the season below.
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Fans can expect My Hero Academia Season 7 to hit Crunchyroll in April, followed by a fourth movie after its theatrical run ends. The platform streams all seasons as well as movies, and describes the series: “Izuku has dreamed of being a hero all his life—a noble goal for anyone, but especially challenging for a child without superpowers. That’s right, in a world where 80% of the population possesses some kind of ‘superpower’, Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that wasn’t enough to stop him from enrolling in one of the most prestigious hero academies in the world.”
My Hero Academy
First movie My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
First TV show chapter My Hero Academy
Airing date of the first episode April 3, 2016
Cast Daiki Yamashita, Justin Briner, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Clifford Chapin, Ayane Sakura, Yûki Kaji
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