Another episode of ‘My Hero Academia’, season 5, has already been released! Episode 3, also known as the 91st Episode of the Anime series, is titled “Clash! Class A vs. Class B!” and was released on the 10th of April, in 2021. This episode has been directed by Ikurō Satō and written by Yōsuke Kuroda.
Episode 3 of ‘My Hero Academia’ season 5 was broadcasted world wide on channels such as JNN, MBS, NNS, Animax, and Adult Swim. The Anime television and web series was also premiered on various online platforms. The opening theme song of ‘My Hero Academia’ is titled “No. 1” and has been performed by DISH. On the other hand, the ending theme song is titled “Ashiato” and has been performed by The Peggies.
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‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5 Episode 3 – Review
The third episode of ‘My Hero Academia’ season 5 has been titled “Clash! Class A vs. Class B!” and that is exactly what happens in the episode! The viewers are able to witness how much Hitoshi Shinso has grown. He wishes to do his level best and be recognized by the other students at U.A. High. He was from Class 1-C, and he would do everything that he could to fit in. His humble and casual behavior makes him very well-liked by the audience. His complete change in personality when he was training is also noticed and appreciated. Class 1-A and 1-B are divided into teams of four. One of the groups will have Shinso included.
This situation has a pro and a con. The advantage is that he would be an additional and beneficial teammate and the disadvantage being the fact that no one has worked with him before, so they do not know how to coordinate. The battle between Class 1-A and Class 1-B barely begins. It showcases how the characters that do not get to share the spotlight with Midoriya, Bakugo, and Iida, like Tsuyu, Momo, and Fumikage, are finally given some importance. It is really invigorating to see how the season is not just highlighting the strength and abilities of class 1-B’s heroes. The episode also gives weightage to past stories and tales of the series as it is seen how a lot of the characters have been traumatized by their showdown, which occurred on the day of the Sports Festival (season 4).
Midoriya is finding it difficult for himself to get over the past. He tries to limit himself from thinking about it by focusing on attacking Hitoshi Shinso with his skills. He gets a little caught up in his thoughts when the idea of the conversation that took place between him and All Might invaded his mind. Midoriya cannot help but think about the “Quirk Singularity Doomsday Theory”. This means that when parents pass down a Quirk to their newborn child, it sometimes becomes even more powerful, dangerous, and destructive. ‘My Hero Academia’ season 5 is, currently, revolving around the topic of “Quirk Singularity Doomsday Theory”. The third episode barely showcases a fight or a “clash” between the two classes. The audience only gets to see a small preview of the fight before the credits start to roll in.