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Studio Reveals My Hero Academia Season 3’s Release Date!

Howdy, My Hero Academia fans. It’s been a while since My hero academia wrapped up its second season. However, it was already released that we might get a new season in 2018. And, If you are wishing to get it in early 2018 then I have a Good news for you.

According to new reports, it seems like the anime’s third season is most probably expected to debut in April 2018. The news began spreading on social media after manga translators picked up a tip online. Sites like Moetron shared reports that My Hero Academia is targetting an April 2018 premiere, but Bones Inc. has yet to make an official announcement about the release date for the third season of My Hero Academia.

A lot of questions were raised and asked by the Anime fans when the anime wrapped its second season back then. Some of them include about the Past of All might and some of them were about the plans of Team Villains.

Season 2 of My hero academia was simple-yet-complicated kind of season.They cleared the story at the very end of season 2 but still left us with a lot of suspense.

If you’re not caught up to the anime and still watching it; now’s the perfect time to do so because things are about to get even crazier. For the uninitiated, the story takes place in a world where superpowers known as Quirks have become rather common, so much so that kids with Quirks attend school in order to see if they have what it takes to become a real-life hero.

Surprisingly, the focus of the tale lands on Izuku Midoriya, a “Quirkless” boy whose dream of becoming the #1 hero gets a boost when he has a fateful encounter with the reigning holder of that title, All Might.

Well, April 2018 is the most expected (almost confirmed) release date for the Third Season of My Hero Academia. Season 3 of the My Hero Academia anime was announced in the latest issue of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. It is the sequel to Season 2, and it will cover the School Trip Arc.

Well, that’s all for today! Thanks for reading.

Written by Shubham Sharma

Shubham Sharma

Even though everything is going to disappear, it isn't supposed to be meaningless. It's exactly because you know you're going to part ways, that now and only now is your only chance.

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