My Hero Academia’s third season concluded today. Throughout the season, I have had mixed thoughts. The start to the season was great, and I really enjoyed the anime right up until All Might fought All For One. After that, there was a significant drop in the quality for me, but the finale of the Provisional Hero License Exams arc was decent.
Bakugou vs. Midoriya was a big step in the right direction for My Hero Academia Season 3, and then the introduction of the Big Three from U.A really knocked it out of the park. To summarize everything, My Hero Academia Season 3 was probably the best one we’ve had so far, but it did have its ups and downs. Nonetheless, I think this season was enjoyable as a whole, and I will definitely miss watching it on Saturdays.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Spoilers: Chisaki’s Introduction
As the third season is over now, we can finally start discussing the events of My Hero Academia Season 4. I can tell you right from the start that My Hero Academia Season 4 is going to be the peak of the show. Chisaki will be the next villain, and he’ll go up against the Heroes, as well as Shigaraki Tomura. Chisaki is a very twisted character, yet there is something about him which makes him an incredible villain.
We’ll see a lot of the U. A Big Three in the next season as well, and Mirio being my favorite character, I’m going to enjoy My Hero Academia a lot. We’ll also find out all sorts of secrets regarding the quirks and how they were actually made in the next season. Aside from that, Sir Nighteye, who is All Might’s only sidekick ever, will be introduced in the next season as well, and he’s a great character as well.
My Hero Academia Season 4 will probably return in 2019. As far as a release date goes, we don’t have one yet. But since the show has a history of coming out in April, I’m betting my money on an early spring 2019 release date.
Are you excited for My Hero Academia Season 4? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section!