My Hero Academia Season 3
My Hero Academia Season 3 is officially confirmed. According to early reports about My Hero Academia getting a season 3 were not confirmed. But thanks to YonkuProductions’s scans, we are now sure and officially confirmed about My Hero Academia Season 3
My Hero Academia Season 3 Release Date
The release date for My Hero Academia Season 3 is still unknown, but it is coming sometime next year in 2018.
My Hero Academia Season 3 Storyline
If we assume that My Hero Academia Season 3 will be getting 25 episodes, it’ll be following My Hero Academia Manga chapter 68 to 118. I don’t want to spoil you all but here is a little spoiler, All Might will fight the one they call “Master” the one who possesses All For One!
Boku No Hero Academia’s first season was evenly matched up with Manga, and each episode was roughly covering up 1.5 manga chapters of Boku No Hero Academia. However during League of Villains fight, 2 manga chapters were used for each episode. And same goes for UA Sports Festival.
Boku No Hero Academia Season 3 has about 76 manga chapters worth of content to make episodes and I guess that’s more than enough to produce 25 episodes of My Hero Academia Season 3. And that’s if we assume Season 3 is going to get 25 episodes as well.
If creator Kohei Horikoshi is able to keep up with his work schedule for Boku No Hero Academia manga, fans can expect new season every year.
As I mentioned above My Hero Academia Season 3 release date is still remains unconfirmed, we will be updating this article as soon as we get hold on release date.
If you aren’t familiar with My Hero Academia, the manga came out in July 2014 and it is written by Kohei Horikoshi. Bones Studios adapted the series into an anime in 2016, and the series has quickly become popular among otakus.
My Hero Academia series takes place in a world full of people with quirks(super powers), except fo the protagonist Izuku Midoriya, he doesn’t have one.
Protagonist, Izuku Midoriya has always wanted to be a hero, but he was born quirkless. When No.1 hero All Might chooses Izuku Midoriya to be his successor, his world is turned upside-down as he gains a quirk called One For All.
Bad News For One Punch Man Season 2
One Punch Man started airing back in 2015 and ended in December 2015. It has taken fans by storm and everyone is waiting for One Punch Man Season 2. It follows the story of Saitama who wants to become a hero for fun. He’s the strongest Hero ever existed, and that is one of the reason he is loved by everyone in Anime Fandom.
The first season for this anime left on a high, and since then for over 2 years, OPM fans were eagerly anticipating a second season to the series, but it’s been 2 years, and we’ve still had no luck. But finally we have got our hands on some information for One Punch Man season 2 and most of you are not going to like it.
One Punch Man Season 1 was animated by the legendary Madhouse Studios. And fans are waiting for Madhouse Studios to animate One Punch Man season 2, but we have got some bad news for One Punch Man Season 2.
Madhouse won’t be animating OPM Season 2, instead J.C.Staff Studios is going to animate the anime but it’s not going to be as good as Madhouse.
J.C.Staff Studios is mainly knows for romance anime and they are also responsible classics like Slayers, Revolutionary Girl Utena, and Excel Saga. One Punch Man Season 1 was well animated in every way, let’s hope that J.C.Staff Studios won’t mess up.
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