My Hero Academia Episode 100: synopsis and video preview

My Hero Academia Episode 100: synopsis and video preview

My Hero Academia Episode 100

The anime adaptation of My Hero Academia is reaching its 100th episode since the project began in 2016 and, in anticipation, we can find out a taste with synopsis and video preview.

The successful animated series, inspired by the manga of the same name written and drawn by Kohei Horikoshi, will reach its 100th episode on June 12, 2021 and will be available in Italy through Crunchyroll's on-demand streaming platform.

Switching to details of episode 100, titled "The new power and One For All", here is the short synopsis published by Shueisha in the number 27 of Weekly Shonen Jump (courtesy online by Twitter user @ Atsushi101X) and the preview video broadcast at conclusion of the 99th round:

“The joint training is over and Class 1-A wins the victory over Class 1-B. Shinso is thrilled by the incredible performance of the students of the hero course, but Deku reassures him by stating that his shrewd choices have been fantastic and therefore he will enter the same course in the second year. A short time later, Deku, All Might and Bakugo go to the recreation room to talk about the Blackwhip. "

My Hero Academia Episode 100 Preview.

Airs: June 12

- Atsu (@ Atsushi101X) June 5, 2021

My Hero Academia 5 - the anime

We specify that the 100th episode flows into the fifth animated season which began on March 27, 2021. Consisting of 25 episodes in total, in Italy it is visible simultaneously with Japan through Crunchyroll's on-demand streaming platform.

Regarding the staff, Kenji Nagasaki is the production manager at BONES studio and Masahiro Mukai is the director. Yousuke Kuroda is on screenplay, Yoshihiko Umakoshi and Hitomi Odashima are in charge of character design and Yuki Hayashi on music.

The opening is titled No.1 and is performed by the DISH band. The ending, on the other hand, is sung by the band The Peggies with the song Ashiato (Impronte).

My Hero Academia - the manga and the anime

My Hero Academia is made up of four seasons all available in free streaming on the VVVVID platform. The first four seasons and the OAVs were broadcast unencrypted by Mediaset networks, obviously dubbed in Italian, between 2018 and 2021. You can recover the series on home video thanks to Dynit which created 3 blu-ray boxes for the first two seasons , also with Italian audio, My Hero Academia Season 1, My Hero Academia Season 2 - Box 1 and My Hero Academia Season 2 - Box 2.

Season 5 is currently being simulcasted on Crunchyroll. Two films are also linked to the anime series: Two Heroes and HEROES RISING, both of which were also released for Dynit. A third animated film has also been announced, details in this article!

The anime is based on the manga of the same name written and drawn by Kohei Horikoshi, which is still being published. The manga is published in Italy by Star Comics which has published 27 volumes so far (don't miss it here on Amazon).

For those unfamiliar with here is a brief synopsis of the series:

In a world in which being superheroes is the norm, being born without particular powers is equivalent to a real misfortune. Izuku Midoriya will have to go all out to get a superpower, and despite the feat it seems impossible that anyone will end up noticing his abilities.

My Hero Academia Promo Teases Episode 100 Milestone

My Hero Academia is teasing its massive 100th episode milestone with a promo giving us a look at what's to come next! The Joint Training arc from Kohei Horikoshi's original manga series officially came to an end with the newest episode as Izuku and his group were able to defeat Shinso's Class 1-B group to end the training exercise. Before the fifth season can properly move onto its next big story for the final half of the episodes, there are still some lingering plot threads and developments that need cleaning up like Izuku Midoriya's sudden new One For All power.

With Izuku now confused thanks to the massive revelation that there are even more abilities tucked away within One For All (and thus more powers to master through arduous training), he'll be reaching out to All Might and Katsuki Bakugo to figure out his next move. Other characters like Hitoshi Shinso are still hanging in the balance, and thus this next episode will be doing lots of work to end this arc properly and set the final pieces in place for what's coming next. Check out the promo for Episode 100 below:

Episode 100 of My Hero Academia is titled 'The New Power and All For One,' and it's described as such, 'The joint training is over, and Class A is the winner. Shinso was feeling overwhelmed by all the amazing performances by everyone in the Hero Course, but Deku reassures him that his quick decisions were incredible and that's why he'll be joining the Hero Course in their second year. After that, Deku, All Might, and Bakugo go to the nap room to talk about Black Whip.'

How do you feel about My Hero Academia reaching 100 episodes? How have you liked Season 5 so far? Excited to see what's coming next? Let us know your thoughts in the comments or you can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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