‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5 Episode 14: The beginning of Endeavor Agency arc

My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 14

My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 14 will officially begin the new Endeavor Agency arc.

The latest season is now done with its first arc, but the anime still has a lot in its arsenal. As a new storyline begins in My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 14, a new promo has now gone live.

A New Promotional Clip

Twitter user Atsushi101X has dropped the new episode’s trailer and fans quickly analyze what it means.

The clip starts with Deku joining Shoto and Bakugo as their internship is about to begin.

The three badly want to work with Endeavor for their work-study. However, it cannot be denied that the Number One hero’s reputation is still shaky at the moment.

According to Comicbook, Endeavor only wants to help his son. So, if he wants to work with Shoto, he has to nice with the other boys in My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 14.

By the looks of it, the trailer seems to tease the arc’s “underbelly,” and manga fans surely know what these clues mean.

The promo also highlights Hawks’ role in the series as he seems to confer with Dani and other mysterious villains.

This move does not look good for the heroes as some question his allegiance. As the Meta Liberation Army arc will conclude the fifth season, this side of the story is truly a must-see.

A Brand New Opening Song

Meanwhile, aside from the new arc, My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 14 will also launch a brand new opening song.

Titled “Merry-Go-Round,” it was sung by the band Man with a Mission, Coming Soon noted. The ending theme, titled “Uso ja Nai,” is performed by Soushi Sakiyama.

In addition, a new visual is also unveiled, showing Deku, Shoto, Bakugo, Endeavor, and more.

The anime’s fifth season began in March with the Joint Training arc. Funimation and Crunchyroll have been dropping the series’ new episodes every week, along with an English sub.

Funimation also has the English dub, while it is also airing on Adult Swim’s anime-centric programming block, Toonami.

The franchise started as a manga in 2014, written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi. It was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump, while Bones produced the anime adaptation that began in 2016 in Japan.

The two versions are still ongoing, and Deku and the rest of the Pro Heroes’ stories have been adapted into different movies and video games.

Fans are about to see My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 14 Saturday, June 26.

Featured image used courtesy of steamXO/Flickr/Public Domain Mark 1.0 (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/)

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