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‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5 Episode 4: The First-Ever Battle Of Class A, Class B


My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 4 will begin the official match between Class A and Class B. Whose team do you think will win this battle?

The two classes are about to hold their first match against each other in My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 4. Here, Shinso will show everyone his new quirk and fans need to see this.

New episode spoilers

The fourth episode’s official preview is now out, and it teases which team will have the upper hand in the fight.

The battle is only in its early stages, but it will surely not be less than intense.

It can’t be denied that Class B has incredibly improved their quirks, thanks to their intensive training and, of course, hard work.

They manage to corner Class A, giving them a fighting chance that they need.

My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 4 images, via IBTimes, on the other hand, show Shoto, Shinso, and other heroes in action.

By the looks of it, Shinso is about to use his new ability, called Persona Cords, to control the battle.

In addition, Twitter user Atsu drops the new episode’s synopsis.

“Class A and Class B are forming teams. What kind of quirks and teamwork will they show us?” the synopsis read. “And who will get the upper hand on their first battle?”

Episode 3 recap

In My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 3, Shinso tried to imitate Kosei’s voice by using a combo of his brainwashing quirk and artificial vocal cords.

He then successfully stopped Jurota from rampaging, The Cinemaholic noted. So, he might try to capture Kosei and Jurota next time using the binding cloth, though he knew he would have a hard time doing this.

However, Kosei might trap Shinto with his Solid Air Quirk, just like what he did with Koji. Anyhow, Denku might use his electrification Quirk against Jurota if this happened.

As their battle continued, they used their quirks against each other.

Release date and other spoilers

My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 4 will drop on Saturday, April 17, for Crunchyroll and Funimation premium users.

The free users, alternatively, will have to wait for a week to see it without paying, per HITC.

It’s expected to be out at 2:30 a.m. Pacific Time, 4:30 a.m. Central Time, 5:30 a.m. Eastern Time, 10:30 a.m. British Time, and 11:30 a.m. European Time.

Others can see it at 5:30 p.m. Philippine Time, 6:30 p.m. Korea Time, and 7 p.m. Australia Time.

With the imminent battle coming, all eyes are now on My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 4.

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