If you’re a fan of anime, you’ve been enjoying the last few months. Because Attack of Titan Season 4 started its end (and has taken a break to allow the manga to finish so they can finish the anime) and right when that ended, My Hero Academia Season 5 started. The long-awaited fifth season came with the anime being arguably at its most hyped. There’s a lot of hopes that the season will dazzle, especially with certain promises and advancements that happened in the latter part of Season 4.
But, the question that many are asking about My Hero Academia Season 5 isn’t about plotlines or characters, but how long the season will be. Mainly because many TV shows have had to cut their production budgets due to the global pandemic and it would’ve been at the very least understandable if that happened to MHA. Thankfully for fans, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
We say that because the official website for My Hero Academia has been updating itself for the inevitable home release of the season. And it noted something that Twitter users picked up on:
My Hero Academia Anime Season 5 is listed for 25 Episodes!
— Atsu (@Atsushi101X) April 3, 2021
This will bring a lot of joy to fans for various reasons. Not the least of which is that the anime episode count is matching the past few seasons (2-4) and that the pandemic didn’t affect the production budget at all.
This is also good because it means that the storylines won’t be slightly sacrificed and that the intent of the season with all the characters is likely still intact. Fans will be relieved because with the arrival of the original One For All Host talking to Deku and the upcoming “class warfare” element fans don’t want to miss a single potential thing.
So “Go Beyond” My Hero Academia fans! Your season is in full, you’re getting a third movie soon, and you’ll all be going “Plus Ultra!”