My Hero Academia season 1 ended on June 26, 2016, and since then, fans of the critically acclaimed series have been eagerly waiting for the next season to arrive. The previous season was a rather amazing one as it was filled with action. The unique and interesting storyline of the series is the very reason why fans are craving for more. My Hero Academia season 2 is currently scheduled to arrive after a month, and the creators have been busy revealing stuff about it from time to time to keep fans hyped for it. Recently, it was revealed that fans will get to see a sneak peek of the next season in the coming week.
Weekly Shonen Jump To Give Fans A Sneak Peek Of My Hero Academia Season 2 Next Week
Weekly Shonen Jump recently announced that in their next issue, they will give fans a sneak peek of My Hero Academia season 2. The publishers are also going to share some information regarding the upcoming episodes of My Hero Academia as well as the upcoming OVA of the series. As for now, we only know that the next OVA of My Hero Academia volume 14 is titled as “Training of the Dead,” and it will arrive in June 2017. More information regarding what the OVA will feature is currently expected to get revealed in the next issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
My Hero Academia Volume 14 OVA To Feature New Characters
The June 2017 OVA, “Training of the Dead” will also feature some new characters. These include Habuko Mongoose and Kohei Horikoshi. Habuko Mongoose is going to be voiced by Maaya Uchida, while Ryouhei Kimura is going lend his voice to Kohei Horikoshi. Both of them are known for many of their notable works, so fans won’t get disappointed.
My Hero Academia Season 2 New Characters
On the other hand, My Hero Academia season 2 will also have some new characters. Included in the new characters are Itsuka Kendou, Mei Hatsume, and Tetsutetsu, who are going to be from Class 1-B, and are said to be allies of Izuku and Katsuki. So fans definitely have something to look forward to in the coming months.
My Hero Academia Season 2 Release Date
My Hero Academia season 2 is currently scheduled to premiere on April 1, 2017. Though the next season will actually premiere on March 25 with a season one recap, but the first episode of season 2 will air on April 1. The story of the next season is developed by Horikoshi, who is also the very person responsible for the story of the upcoming OVA, “Training of the Dead.”
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