My Hero Academia Season 7 Takes a Break, But Part 2 Has a Release Date
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My Hero Academia Season 7 Takes a Break, But Part 2 Has a Release Date

“My Hero Academia” is in one of the most intense moments of its entire history, and that’s explained by the fact that we’re in the beginning of the final battle between the heroes and villains created by Kouhei Horikoshi. Season 7 of the anime has already left us with definitive clashes such as Dabi vs Todoroki, but there’s still A LOT to see. However, for now, we’ll have to be a little patient for things to pick up speed again.

My Hero Academia Anime Sets Release Date for Part 2 of Season 7

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my hero academia season 7

Here’s the information that was revealed after the airing of episode 9 of My Hero Academia Season 7 (via AIR):

  • First of all, it has been confirmed that the summer break of the My Hero Academia anime will arrive next week. In other words, there will be no episode of Season 7 on July 6. 😅

My Hero Academia Season 7 Will Take a Couple of Weeks Off

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  • Instead, it has been confirmed that episode 10 of the anime will air on July 13, 2024, thus marking the beginning of the second part of the anime. 🤗
  • Remember that My Hero Academia Season 7 is confirmed to have a total of 21 episodes. On the other hand, there is NO information about what is planned for the franchise once this broadcast ends. 😉
  • The My Hero Academia manga will end in the coming weeks, in fact, if there are no changes, that will happen during August. It may not be immediate, but it’s quite likely given the circumstances that we’ll also find out this same 2024 how the end of My Hero Academia will be told in the anime. 🤩

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Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if “My Hero Academia” ended the anime with one or two movies, basically because it’s likely that the end of Season 7 will leave less available material from the manga than what we’re used to with seasons of +20 episodes. Moreover, it’s obviously a model that has been working very well for many anime brands, and that with something like “My Hero Academia” could be a hit (just look at how well the non-canon movies do). In any case, until the broadcast of Season 7 ends, we probably won’t be sure.