My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero series. Kōhei Horikoshi penned and illustrated it. The series has been streaming since July 2014. As of March 2020, its chapters additionally collected into 26 tankōbon volumes.
The story revolves around a boy named Izuku Midoriya. He is born without superpowers called Quirks. He lives in a world where most of the human population possess superpowers. But still, the boy has dreams of becoming a hero himself.
The ongoing season 4 ends this April. So, fans are eagerly waiting for the confirmation regarding the release of the fifth season. The 19th edition of Weekly Shounen Jump magazine confirms about season 5. It says that the show has been commissioned for the fifth season.
So, we can expect the release of season 5 soon. The release maybe by the end of 2020 or the beginning of 2021. However, there are rumours that it may come up in July 2021.
The teaser for season 5 came up in conjunction with the season 4 finale. However, it just shows another look at the end of Deku’s dream. So, the trailer for My Hero Academia season 5 is yet to come.
The cast may include Endeavor who wishes to be the new hero. However, the cast of season 5 has chances to be the same as the fourth season. These characters include Izuku Midoriya, Justin briner, Akatsuki Bakugo, Clifford Chapin and Chaco Muranaka.
In addition to that Luci Christian, Kenya Lida, Michael Tatum, John Sawasey, Nomura Chigasaki and eric vale may also come up for this season.
The Plot Of Season 5
As we know, the story revolves around a young boy who has a fantasy to have supernatural powers. In the past episodes of this series, there were hints regarding this heroes-in-training. It shows how they learn how to evolve their Quirks in new ways.
It seems like Midoriya may finally be able to access 100% of his Quirk in a way that a hero has never seen before. Since there is no official confirmation regarding the plot, we have nothing to do but wait.