My Hero Academia Season 7: Everything You Need to Know
My Hero Academia is a popular anime show that has gained a huge fan following since its release in 2015. The show has completed six seasons so far, and fans are eagerly awaiting news about the seventh season. In this article, we will discuss everything you need to know about My Hero Academia season 7, including expected release date, cast, and what to expect from the plot.
Expected Release Date
My Hero Academia season 7 was officially confirmed in the end credits of the season six finale. However, the release date for the upcoming season hasn’t been announced yet. Given that the anime has almost caught up with the manga, season 7 could be the final season of My Hero Academia.
Since the announcement trailer released by TOHO Animation for My Hero Academia season 7 has reused the clips from the sixth season, it can be presumed that the upcoming season is still in the pre-production phase.
Considering that 55 chapters are yet to be animated, the studio might require only 15 more chapters to produce the seventh season.
Release Date Prediction
Fans can expect My Hero Academia season 7 to premiere as early as the Spring 2024 anime season. However, this seems difficult at the moment as the studio does not have sufficient manga chapters to animate another 25-episode-long season. Studio BONES could choose to produce a one cour season or wait until enough manga content becomes available.
What to Expect from My Hero Academia Season 7?
The Star and Stripe Arc
My Hero Academia season 7 will likely begin with the Star and Stripe arc after the USA’s No. 1 hero decided to come to Japan upon All Might’s request. As per the information revealed by studio BONES, Romi Park is set to voice Star and Stripe.
The New Order Quirk
In the upcoming season, Tomura Shigaraki will inherit All For One completely in three days, and he’ll be going after Star and Stripe’s Quirk, New Order.
The U.A. Traitor Arc
Studio BONES could animate two other arcs from the manga, namely the U.A. Traitor arc and the Final War arc, depending on the number of episodes that get listed.
- Izuku Midoriya — Daiki Yamashita (Japanese); Justin Briner (English)
- Katsuki Bakugo — Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Clifford Chapin (English)
- All Might — Kenta Miyake (Japanese); Christopher R. Sabat (English)
- Ochaco Uraraka — Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Luci Christian (English)
- Tenya Ida — Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese); J. Michael Tatum (English)
- Romi Park as Star and Stripe in the Japanese voice cast.
The official trailer for My Hero Academia season 7 hasn’t been released yet. It could take some time as we’re probably a year out from the show’s return.
My Hero Academia season 7 is one of the most awaited anime seasons yet to come. Fans have high expectations from this season, given how the show has progressed so far. We hope that fans will have an amazing time watching season 7 and that the show will live up to their expectations.
1. Who is the voice actor for Star and Stripe in the English dub of My Hero Academia?
The voice actor for Star and Stripe in the English dub of My Hero Academia hasn’t been revealed yet.
2. Is My Hero Academia Season 7 going to be the last season?
Season 7 could be the final season of My Hero Academia.
3. When is My Hero Academia Season 7 expected to release?
Fans can expect My Hero Academia season 7 to premiere as early as the Spring 2024 anime season.
4. Will My Hero Academia Season 7 cover the remaining manga chapters?
My Hero Academia season 7 could cover a similar amount of plot as the previous seasons, which will take us through chapters 329-399 of the manga.
5. Where can I watch My Hero Academia?
You can watch My Hero Academia on Crunchyroll.