My Hero Academia Officially Releases Season 7 Trailer After Catastrophic Mishap

My Hero Academia Season 7 Release Date and Trailer Shown at Jump Festa 2024.

My Hero Academia Officially Releases Season 7 Trailer After Catastrophic Mishap

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  • My Hero Academia, which made its announcement at Jump Festa 2024, has released a key visual and an intriguing new trailer to coincide with the release of the anime's seventh season.
  • The trailer, which also provides a few plot points, confirms the season's release date of May 4, 2024.
  • A brand-new movie My Hero Academia Movie 4 will also be released in the summer of 2024.
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The seventh season of My Hero Academia had been eagerly anticipated by viewers. Fans can now celebrate because much of the eagerly anticipated information regarding the upcoming My Hero Academia film was disclosed at the Jump Festa 2024 event. My Hero Academia has unveiled an intriguing new trailer and a key visual to coincide with the release of the anime’s seventh season during Jump Festa 2024. 

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My Hero Academia Season 7

With Kohei Horikoshi’s work coming to an end, the series finds itself in an unsettling phase with a divided and desolate humanity following the events that have transpired. The show is getting closer to the big showdown between the heroes and villains, which will bring one of the greatest anime series to an end. 

However, before the release of the trailer and the announcement of the trailer, a catastrophic mishap took place where the trailer of the series was accidentally released hours before the Jump Fest. This took away a little bit of excitement from the fans as My Hero Academia’s seventh season is one of the most highly anticipated anime series of all time.

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My Hero Academia Officially Releases Season 7 Trailer

The exciting announcement made at the Jump Festa 2024 event, which took place on Saturday, December 16, 2023, stated that My Hero Academia season 7 will be released in the spring of 2024. At the event, a promotional video that offered a sneak peek at the upcoming season was also on display. 

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The season’s release date of May 4, 2024, is confirmed by the trailer, which also includes a few story points. There are a lot of shocking revelations in the trailer. The League of Villains and All for One are prepared to take the last step and permanently destroy hero society following a fierce battle between the heroes and the Paranormal Liberation Army. 

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My Hero Academia season 7

The trailer’s most thrilling moment was when Shigaraki debuted his new All for One appearance. This hinted at the impending showdown with Star and Stripe, the biggest superhero in North America, which was shown at the conclusion of season 6. However, the mishap led to the trailer being shared online a few hours earlier than the Jump Festa 2024.

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My Hero Academia Trailer Accidently Released Before Jump Festa

Fans have enjoyed eight years of exciting storytelling from the My Hero Academia anime, and a magnificent seventh season promises to keep them enthralled. It’s ironic to note that this trailer was inadvertently shared on the official My Hero Academia Twitter account well in advance of the Jump Festa panel! 

While some fans were taken aback by the trailer’s unexpected release, this lessened their excitement and anticipation for the series announcement. Although the number of episodes for this season has not been confirmed, it may have 25, as it has since the second season. 

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The summer of 2024 will also see the release of a new film, My Hero Academia’s Movie 4, providing fans of the series with a lot of new content and increasing the popularity of the series in 2024.

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