One of the greatest return of the present year would be witnessed by My Hero Academia‘s season 4 making it the greatest return of the year. Fans are too high on expectations to witness what’s coming up next to be witnessed before it is officially returned in October. But there’s a  catch, for the few lucky fans  Anime Expo 2019  would be premiering season 4. Some of the lucky fans who could afford to get the first come, first serve wristbands would get a chance to watch the season 4 premiere with a few special guests including Kaori Nazuka, David Matra, Patrick Seitz (Endeavor), and Ricco Tajardo.


On Saturday,  6 July, at the Anime Expo 2019, the special screening would occur from 10AM-12PM PST. After the release of the trailer on 7th July, some of the lucky fans would get a chance to see the trailer.

Fans got their first early look at Season 4 late last year when the series was confirmed to return for a new season. This brief teaser revealed new takes on Midoriya, Mirio, and two of the new characters appearing in the next arc Overhaul and Eri. But it was clear by the rougher state of this teaser that this was very early on into the work on the season.But with a new trailer coming and the full Season 4 premiere being ready enough to screen in front of a special few at Anime Expo 2019, My Hero Academia

 Season 4 is clearly shaping up well and will certainly be tougher to wait for as we get closer to its official rollout this October.

Funimation is responsible for the release of the season along with its release in Japan.  Kohei Horikoshi was the actual creator of my hero academia. And she has been running  Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since July 2014.  The actual plot revolves around   Izuku Midoriya who is seen living at a place where everybody knows magic.


Sources: Cbr, Comicbook.


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