With the release of Weekly Shounen Jump Issue #3 on Wednesday, December 13, My Hero Academia movie confirmed that it will be released in Summer 2024. The anime published a special announcement visual starring Deku and All Might in the magazine. In 2014, My Hero Academia manga began serialization. Following that, its first anime series debuted in 2016. Studio Bones has since published six seasons. The anime’s seventh season, which will premiere in May, will commemorate the manga’s ten years of serialization.
In this article, we will look at the My Hero Academia movie and dive into the details of the plot and the concurrent discussions revolving around it.
My Hero Academia movie 4 – plot details so far
The My Hero Academia movie 4 is all set to release in 2024. While we do not have official announcements about the plot so far, it can be speculated that during the anime’s sixth season, the tale of the movie unfolds, producing a high-stakes storyline that pits heroes against villains in a fight that reverberates on a global scale, along with Shigaraki’s rise and fall of Hero society.
According to rumors, it will be a unique narrative unrelated to the manga or anime. This offers you greater creative flexibility and the opportunity to investigate new facets of the MHA universe.
One intriguing suggestion comes from the film’s working title, “My Hero Academia: The Movie.” The lack of a subtitle might signal a more autonomous plot, apart from the main series’ previous arcs. Of course, until official information is published, all of this is just speculation. But fans are already excited about MHA Movie 4, which is guaranteed to be another action-packed adventure when it eventually hits the big screen. In the meantime, we might entertain ourselves by viewing the previous MHA films:
- My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (2018)
- My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising (2019)
- My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission (2021)
When will the My Hero Academia fourth movie be released?
On Wednesday, December 13, a number of news regarding the My Hero Academia anime were published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shounen Jump issue #3. As indicated by the announcements, the franchise will commemorate the tenth anniversary of its manga serialization in July. Moreover, following these announcements, Kohei Horikoshi and Studio Bones appear to have a lot of plans which can be interpreted from the comments that they made regarding the future of the series.
The manga artist even pledged to keep readers entertained until the summer of 2024. The enormous build-up appears to be for My Hero Academia movie 4, which is set to be released in Summer 2024. It suggests that the film might be released in Japanese theatres around the time the manga began serialization in 2014. As a result, My Hero Academia movie 4 will be released in July.
How have MHA fans reacted to the recent announcements regarding My Hero Academia?
The thought of a film piqued the interest of fans. Fans, however, want the film’s plot to stay true to the manga and not have an alternative storyline, considering that the television anime would run at the same time. certain fans believe that the film will set up certain future events for the television anime. Other viewers are worried about the series’ animators. Given that Studio Bones’ primary concentration will be on the film, fans were concerned that the quality of the television anime might decrease.
- The sixth season of the anime also attracted a lot of criticism. As a result, such processes alluded to another such case that might happen with the seventh season and the upcoming My Hero Academia movie 4.
- Finally, the debate and concern around various social media platforms has been centered around the fact that international fans are assured that the film will not be shown in their country until 2025.
- As a result, they were upset that they may not be able to see the film on the tenth anniversary of the manga.
The My Hero Academia movie is all set to be released next year. However, the non-availability of plot details and further information really puts us in the dark. While we will be updating all newer information on our website at Spiel Anime, you can subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates in the meantime!