‘My Hero Academia’ Season 2 Spoilers, News And Updates: New Teaser Video Released; New Season Scheduled In June 2017

The first promotional video of "My Hero Academia" season 2 was released on its official website last Sunday, Dec. 4. This teaser video features the arc of the U.A. Sports Festival. It was also announced that the upcoming season will be released in June of next year.

The Show Is Really Returning Soon

The previous season of the anime series was first released last April 3, 2016. Season one of the show has 13 episodes in all. The first episode of "My Hero Academia" season 1 was aired on the MBS/TBS. The series which have English subtitles were streamed by Funimation in Canada, the United States, Ireland and the United Kingdom. The same company streamed the anime's broadcast Dub as well.

Fans of the manga anime series will be happy with this news because it confirms that the show is really returning soon. According to a report from Anime News Network, "My Hero Academia" season 2 will feature the Sports Festival Arc. This arc will serve as the fifth story in the U.A. Beginnings Saga. The story will start on Chapter 22 and will end on Chapter 44 of the manga created by Kohei Horikoshi.

Season 2 Will Show Many Events And Battles

The upcoming "My Hero Academia" season 2 will feature many events and battles. It will show a four-kilometer race inside the stadium, with the grabbing of headbands all throughout the Human Cavalry Battle. Previously, it was announced that season 2 will premiere in October. Hopefully, the creators of the show will be able to launch the show on the recently announced date.

But fans will be interested in some other details that were revealed about "My Hero Academia" season 2. It seems that there will be new interesting visuals of Tomura Shigaraki, All Might and Izuku Midoriya. There are some rumors that a season 3 is also in the offing. But some believe that season 3 won't come until maybe a year or two from now.

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