My Hero Academia Season 7: Everything we know so far
My Hero Academia, which has just finished Season 6, is currently one of the biggest shōnen animes out there, so will there be a Season 7?
My Hero Academia, the anime based on the manga by Kohei Horikoshi, is approaching its finale. With the Liberation War arc and the Black Hero Arc coming and going, the final chapters of the story are beginning to be set into motion.
The most recent season, Season 6, has been filled with epic highs and lows, and has overall been one of the best stints of the show so far, with only one episode left and fans hyped to see how the season will end.
However, fans are also eagerly waiting to see if the show will be returning for Season 7, so has a seventh season been confirmed, and what will be happening with it?
Will there be a My Hero Academia Season 7?
Rejoice, as Season 7 of My Hero Academia has just been confirmed for renewal!
During Anime Japan 2023, the show announced that Season 7 was already in the works, and they even shared a teaser trailer and a brand-new visual drawn by series creator Kohei Horikoshi himself:
It would have been very surprising if this season weren’t to happen, as the show is one of the most popular animes of the past decade. And with the endgame in sight, it would be cruel to cut the chord now.
There is also the question of whether or not this could be the final season of the show, since it has almost caught up with the manga, or if a short Season 8 will be released to wrap everything up. It’s understandable if the show’s production company, Studio Bones, wanting to keep their success going for as long as they could.
My Hero Academia Season 7 release date: Is there a release date?
As of writing, there is no official release date for My Hero Academia Season 7.
However, as Season 7 is already in the works, we likely won’t be waiting for very long.
If we were to estimate a release date, each season tends to come out every 13 months, so perhaps we’re looking at Spring 2024 for a possible release window.
My Hero Academia season 7 cast: Who will be starring in the next season?
We can expect most of the main cast of voice acting talent to return.
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This list includes, but is not limited to:
- Izuku Midoriya – Daiki Yamashita (Japanese) & Justin Briner (English)
- Katsuki Bakugo – Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese) & Clifford Chapin (English)
- Shoto Todoroki – Yuki Kaji (Japanese) & David Matranga (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)
- Tsuyu Asui – Aoi Yuki (Japanese) & Monica Rial (English)
- Minoru Mineta – Ryo Hirohashi (Japanese) & Brina Palencia (English)
- Momo Yaoyorozu – Marina Inoue (Japanese) & Colleen Clinkenbeard (English)
- Fumikage Tokoyami – Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese) & Josh Grelle (English)
And with the debut of new major U.S hero Star and Stripe, there is also a new major voice actor joining the cast: Romi Park, who is best known for her roles as Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist and Hange in Attack on Titan.
There could also be plenty of other new voices too, with new villains and heroes added to the cast along the way. We’ll keep you posted on that.
My Hero Academia season 7 trailer: Is there a trailer?
Yes, a new teaser video was released for the announcement of Season 7.
While the video doesn’t contain any new footage, just clips from previous seasons, it certainly does get you hyped for what’s to come!
My Hero Academia Season 7 plot: What will happen next season?
With the introduction of Star and Stripe, Season 7 will cover a new battle against All For One and Tomura Shigaraki. Star and Stripe has an affinity for All Might, so this will no doubt come into play, as will her very powerful quirk, titled “New Order”, which allows the hero to declare “rules” on anything around her.
The show will continue to follow the manga of the same name that it is based on. Right now the graphic novel is in its “Final Saga,” which has been ongoing since 2021, in which the Final War Arc has begun. While nothing is confirmed, there are rumors that the seventh season will also cover this arc.
Season 6 was considered by many fans to be one of the best seasons so far, so Season 7 has a lot to live up to. But if this is the final season as rumors have discussed, no doubt will the show go out in Plus Ultra style.
We will update this article when we find out more information.
My Hero Academia Seasons 1-6 are currently available to stream on Crunchyroll.