My Hero Academia Season 4 is just days away from premiering, and we’ll finally see Deku return on his path to becoming the greatest hero ever. It’s been too long since we’ve been deprived of My Hero Academia greatness, and we believe that this shows return will hugely boost the Fall 2019 anime excitement as well. My Hero Academia Season 4 is hyped up to the best one that we’ll have seen to date, so we’re expecting great things from it this year. The first episode is approaching us, and in this post, that’s exactly what we’ll be talked about.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 1 – Where To Watch Online
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My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 1 is going to focus on a bit of flashback stuff before we actually move ahead to the good stuff. We’ll see a bit of set-up for the upcoming season of the show, and hopefully, the filler content will be decent as well. This is something that we saw happening last year as well. The first episode of My Hero Academia Season 3 was filler, but it did a good job of setting up the events for what came next. With Season 4, we are going to get something similar and we have high expectations for it.
The main antagonist for the first arc of My Hero Academia Season 4 is going to be Kai Chisaki of the Eight Precepts. According to some rumors, we might even get Gentle arc, and the Endeavor arc after it in the fourth season of My Hero Academia. Hopefully, it’ll actually live up to the expectation of being the best season of My Hero Academia.
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My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 1 will air on Saturday, October 12, 2019. It’ll be distributed by TOHO across Japan and will be streamed by Funimation, and/or Crunchyroll simultaneously.