The popular anime series My Hero Academia recently ended the third season on episode 25 last Saturday, with a note to the viewers “To be continued 4th season.” An illustrated announcement from character designer Umakoshi Yoshihiko showing Midoriya Izuku with other central characters confirms that My Hero Academia will be getting a fourth season!

My Hero Academia Promotional PV:

Umakoshi Yoshihiko’s illustration:

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Horikoshi Kouhei first launched the manga series, My Hero Academia, in Shuisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, in July 2014. It received its first TV anime series in 2016 with the second season following in 2017 and a third in 2018. The series received a movie, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes in August 2018.

My Hero Academia synopsis:

In a world where superpowers known as “Quirks” grant great power to their bearers, Midoriya has risen from being a Quirkless young boy to a resilient hero-in-training, working alongside his peers at U.A. High School in hopes of one day becoming a true superhero. Having clashed with actual villains like Shigaraki and his League of Villains, Midoriya understands the fragility of his world and the speed with which he must rise to defend it. In the wake of his recent encounter with Shigaraki, Midoriya and his fellow 1-A classmates will now be forced to undergo summer training, all to prepare them for the day when their guardians’ protection isn’t enough. But the League of Villains is also preparing, and the repercussions of their next strike will shake this peaceful society to its core.

Sources: MHA Official Twitter, CR, ANN

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