In a couple of months, fans are about to see My Hero Academia Season 5. There are a lot of new things that are about to happen here, from the storyline to the revelation of a new secret.
According to BlockToro, My Hero Academia Season 5 may mostly feature the Joint Training arc. It is the 15th story arc of the franchise, while it sits as the sixth story arc in the Rise of Villains Saga.
The new storyline will see the Class 1-A and Class 1-B together in a joint training arc, going head-to-head against each other. Hitoshi Shinso will join these two opposing classes, and it remains to be seen what he is going to bring to the table.
The new season will also reveal the new secret Deku learns about One For All. Allegedly, none of the eight previous users has experienced dreaming in their lives, CBR noted.
With the epic battles fans have witnessed in the previous season, they can expect to see more intense fights in My Hero Academia Season 5. There will "high-intensity" brawls after Endeavor and Nomu's clash.
Deku may also reveal the real meaning behind his mysterious dream in Season 4 finale's post-credit scene. To recall, he saw the previous One For All users, along with the very first user with All For One.
He ended up destroying his room. But when he finally learned the meaning of his dream, he might understand and take control of his quirk more.
Meanwhile, the spotlight may be on for the Class 1-B students. Although Class 1-A seems to have the upper hand in the upcomign battle, it cannot be denied that Class 1-B is showing great improvements.
In the My Hero Academia Season 5 trailers, Shinso also makes his appearance. After resenting how some Quirks worked in Season 2, saying his power was more appropriate to be used by the villains, he now wanted to be accepted in the Hero Class.
Now, the joint training will be his best opportunity to prove his worth. Comicbook added the franchise's official website updated its graphics in Japan with the new season's poster.
It also revealed My Hero Academia Season 5's release date, which would be on March 27. After almost a year of waiting, fans would finally see what would happen next to Deku and the rest of the Pro Heroes and League of Villains' epic adventure.
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