My Hero Academia, the popular superhero anime, recently concluded its sixth season with 26 episodes that raised the bar for the series. Fans witnessed Shigaraki destroy an entire city, the heroes raid the Paranormal Liberation Front’s HQ, and Deku go through a terrible emo phase. The show also offered excellent character growth, deepening our understanding of familiar faces like Ururaka and Bakugo and introducing us to new ones like Hawks and Endeavour.
Now that the show has been renewed for a seventh season, fans are eagerly anticipating news about when they can expect to see it. While there is no official release date yet, it is speculated that season 7 of My Hero Academia will be released in April 2024. The typical interval between seasons is 13 months, which would make sense barring any unforeseen production delays.
As for the cast, it is safe to assume that the Japanese and English voice actors who have been a part of the show’s massive voice cast will return for season 7. These include Daiki Yamashita (Japanese) and Justin Briner (English) as Izuku Midoriya, Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese) and Clifford Chapin (English) as Katsuki Bakugo, Kenta Miyake (Japanese) and Christopher R. Sabat (English) as All Might, Ayane Sakura (Japanese) and Luci Christian (English) as Ochaco Uraraka, Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese) and J Michael Tatum (English) as Tenya Ida, Aoi Yuki (Japanese) and Monica Rial (English) as Tsuyu Asui, Ryo Hirohashi (Japanese) and Brina Palencia (English) as Minoru Mineta, Marina Inoue (Japanese) and Colleen Clinkenbeard (English) as Momo Yaoyorozu, Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese) and Josh Grelle (English) as Fumikage Tokoyami, and Yuki Kaji (Japanese) and David Matranga (English) as Shoto Todoroki.
As for the plot of season 7, regular viewers of My Hero Academia know that the series is winding down. The season six arcs have been set up and delivered, and the series’ main villain, All For One, has escaped from prison and amassed an army of diabolical bad guys. Season seven will probably continue from where season six left off, with the arrival of the American hero known as “Star and Stripe.” Her fight against All For One and the aftermath of her catastrophic loss will be depicted if the tale stays true to the manga.
Dabi and Shoto’s spectacular showdown promises to wrap up the ongoing crisis in the Todoroki family and serve as a fitting conclusion to the season seven plot involving a member of Class 1A betraying the heroes. The series will soon reach its climax, which will be a big battle between our favorite heroes and All For One and Shigaraki.
While there is no trailer yet for My Hero Academia season 7, fans can look forward to further trailers and synopses being released as they become available. In the meantime, those who can’t wait to see what happens next can read the ongoing, original manga.