It is going to be a long wait before we go PLUS ULTRA again as the fourth season of My Hero Academia is slated to be released on October 2019. This was announced on the official website which also revealed new visual with a tagline that says “I’ll become your hero!”
Fans of this popular franchise in Japan need not to worry as the episodes of the anime’s three-season will be re-airing every Sunday starting on January 13. BS NTV Channel will be airing one episode every Sunday from January to March and two episodes will be aired every Sunday from April to September.
The My Hero Academia manga series is created by Kohei Horikoshi and was launched in July 2014 in the Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga has published a total of 20 volumes in Japan. The manga series (along with its spinoff My Hero Academia: Vigilantes has sold more than 17 million copies.
The manga’s popularity has expanded to an anime series and anime film. The anime film My Hero Academia: Two Heroes has conquered box office charts ranking it to the 10thhighest-grossing domestic anime film of all time beating Studio Ghibli’s The Wind Rises. It has earned $5,768,366 USD in the United States and Canada alone while it earned around 1.5 billion yen (about $13.46 million USD) in Japan.
Source: Comic Natalie