One of the most anticipated continuations of Crunchyroll’s Winter 2020 Simulcast Lineup is My Hero Academia Season 4, which introduces even more threats to Deku and the rest of the UA students. Find out more about the next leg of the journey in our overview below!
Launch Time: Saturdays at 1:30am PST
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The villain world teeters on the brink of war now that All For One is out of the picture. Shigaraki of the League of Villains squares off with Overhaul of the yakuza, vying for total control of the shadows. Meanwhile, Deku gets tangled in another dangerous internship as he struggles to keep pace with his upperclassman—Mirio.
VA: Seiran Kobayashi (Oriko in Okko’s Inn)
VA: Kazuyuki Okitsu (Jonathan Joestar in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood)
VA: Kaori Yagi
VA: Kenta Ookuma
Yasuhiro (Sango in Wizard Barristers)
Kenji Nagasaki (director of My Hero Academia seasons 1-3)
Masahiro Mukai (Hyperdimension Neptunia OVA, Trickster)
Series Composition / Script
Yousuke Kuroda (Gundam Build Fighters, My Hero Academia 1-3)
Yuki Hayashi (One Piece Film Gold, My Hero Academia 1-3)
Yoshihiko Umakoshi (MUSHI-SHI, My Hero Academia 1-3)
OP Theme Performer
ED Theme Performer
Kohei Horikoshi’s original My Hero Academia manga is serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump manga magazine, and an English language version is also available from Viz Media. Crunchyroll currently streams the first three seasons of the My Hero Academia TV anime series.
Here’s the cover for the manga’s latest release, volume 22, which hit shelves on December 3:
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