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‘My Hero Academia’ Season 2 Update: New Season Confirmed; Air Date To Be Announced In December?

By Monica Macalinao , Nov 10, 2016 04:00 AM EST
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"My Hero Academia" fans are always on the look out for any updates regarding the beloved anime version of the popular manga series "Boku No Hero Academia." It looks like some good news is in the works for the fans.

Kohei Horikoshi who is the original manga creator of "Boku No Hero Academia" is said to be making his first ever public appearance at Jump Festa 2017. He has never appeared in public since the success of his manga series. The manga creator did appear on TV back in January 2016 however, he wore a gas mask and did not want to reveal his face during the whole interview.

According to a source, the 29-year-old manga creator will take part in a stage event for "Boku No Hero Academia" at the Jump Festa 2017. He said, "I have thought this is a kind of job I don't need to appear before the public."

He further mentioned, "But I have decided [to join] because I received advice from great people that I should. I will try not to bother the voice actors." Due to this comment from him, speculations are high that Kohei Horikoshi will make a major special announcement for the manga anime series.

Many fans speculate that the announcement will be about the renewal of the anime series "My Hero Academia." Season 2 has already been confirmed earlier It was also revealed that the Season will focus more on the Sports Festival arc. However, no news regarding its release date was mentioned.

Fans are hoping that the air date of "My Hero Academia" will be announced by Kohei Horikoshi during the Jump Festa 2017 on December 17 and 18 at Makuhari Messe. The manga creator will be joined by "My Hero Academia" voice actors Daiki Yamashita and Nobuhiko Okamota who voices Izujy Midoriya and Katauki Bakugo.

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