The first trailer for My Hero Academia Season 4 is finally here and it confirms that the anime series will be returning this fall.
The new trailer opens on a depressing note as it is revealed that things aren't going well after All Might's retirement. With the Symbol of Peace gone, criminals are running rampant on the streets. In addition to that, a new villain named Overhaul is planning to take over the country by using a seemingly helpless young girl.
Luckily, Izuku Midoriya is ready to take action. But can he take on Overhaul and the League of Villains on his own?
Overhaul isn't the only new character who will be joining My Hero Academia Season 4. It was also confirmed that Sir Nighteye who is All Might’s former sidekick will be introduced in the upcoming season. Sir Nighteye's quirk is 'Foresight', which allows him to see a person’s future.
The fourth season of My Hero Academia is scheduled to premiere in October. FUNimation will be streaming the series as it airs in Japan but fans can get a chance to watch the first episode in the next few weeks (via Collider). It has been confirmed that the premiere episode will be screened at Anime Expo 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
In addition to watching the first episode of My Hero Academia Season 4 at the event, attendees will also get to see voice actors Kaori Nazuka (Toru Hagakure), David Matranga (Shoto Todoroki), Patrick Seitz (Endeavor), and Ricco Fajardo (Mirio Togata). These stars will be in attendance at the anime's presentation this July.
My Hero Academia Season 4 will premiere on October 12. Meanwhile, the first episode will be screened at Anime Expo 2019 on July 6.