A new 15-second preview drops, giving a glimpse of My Hero Academia Season 5 opening and ending theme songs. Another teaser is also out, but it features mostly the female superheroes from both Class 1-A and Class 1-B.
The franchise already reveals the new season’s opening theme, titled “No. 1,” by DISH, Epic Dope noted.
What makes the teaser even cuter is the appearance of Katsuki Bakugo. The Great Explosion Murder God Dynamight narrates the preview.
He introduces the new opening theme song with all his energetic and spontaneous glory.
On the other hand, Ochaco Uraraka narrates the ending theme, “Footprints,” by the Peggies.
The song perfectly fits her kind and determined character that makes fans more excited to see My Hero Academia Season 5.
Little teasers for My Hero Academia Season 5 are now coming out, including a new promo just for the ladies.
Twitter user Atsushi 101X shared a short trailer featuring the female heroes from Class 1-A and a few ones from Class 1-B. The girls can be seen doing their training exercises that will push their Quirks to their limits.
These will help the women of the group work on their way up. It is the start of their journey to become the professional crime fighters in the series.
Elsewhere, the fifth season’s second half may most likely feature a big difference from its first part.
According to Comicbook, the story may mainly focus on the adventure of Shigaraki.
Here, he will try his best the get the most power that he can have to continue his reign over the League of Villains.
As the manga series, it will feature the backstory of the villains. Fans are about to see their origins that make them the antagonists that they are today.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 1 will drop on Saturday, April 3. However, there will be an Episode 0 that will come out on March 27.
This will be a special recap episode that will refresh fans’ memories about the previous season.
It will also help the new fans who will just begin watching the new season, though it’s much better if they start watching from the very first season instead.
It looks like fans have a lot to see in My Hero Academia Season 5, from the Class 1-C student’s participation who will eventually become a scene-stealer.
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