My Hero Academia 5: new release date for episode 19

My Hero Academia 5: new release date for episode 19

My Hero Academia 5

The airing of the next episode of My Hero Academia 5, postponed due to the television coverage of the Tokyo Olympic Games. This means that episode 19 of season 5 and episode 107 of the series in general will not be broadcast on Saturday August 7, but a week later, Saturday August 14.

August 7, however, on the official YouTube channel of Toho Animation at 5:30 pm, a special will be broadcast to celebrate the release of the World Heroes' Mission film as well as the climax of the story arc on the Endeavor Agency. We also remind you that on July 19th at 6:30 p.m. Japanese time (5:30 am on July 20) a special event will take place, called World Fan Meeting through the official TOHO YouTube channel.

My Hero Academia 5: the fifth season

The first episode of My Hero Academia 5 debuted on March 27, 2021 and in Italy it is broadcast by Crunchyroll in streaming at the same time as it airs in Japan. The first part of the series adapted the narrative arc of the joint training between Class 1-A and Class 1-B, and from June 26, 2021, the adaptation of the second part that narrates the events of the internship on the field began. by Izuku Midoriya, Bakugo Katsuki and Todoroki Shoto at the Endeavor agency.

The previous four seasons were also broadcast by Mediaset dubbed in Italian.

On August 6, the third film of the franchise, My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission which will tell a completely original story that arises chronologically with respect to the manga within the narrative arc of the internship as Heroes at the Endeavor Agency in the winter season (volume 26 of the manga). The other two films are: My Hero Academia Two Heroes and My Hero Academia HEROES RISING both also released for Dynit.

As for the manga of My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) it is written and drawn by Kohei Horikoshi and serialized in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump of Shūeisha from 7 July 2014. In Italy the manga, together with the spin -off My Hero Academia: Vigilante, is published by Star Comics (buy it on Amazon!).

My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 19 Delay Explained

My Hero Academia fans are eagerly waiting for the release of Season 5 Episode 19; well, here’s everything we know about the upcoming episode’s release schedule.

Undoubtedly, ‘My Hero Academia‘ is one of the best Japanese anime series for you to follow right now. The show features some incredible characters who keep surprising you with their incredible abilities.

As expected, everyone loved watching the previous episode of MHA, and as we are getting close to the S5 finale, everyone is waiting for Season 5 Episode 19 to come out. However, it looks like we have to wait a few more days before we could watch the next MHA episode.

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    My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 19 (107) Delay and New Release Date

    My hero Academia Season 5 Episode 19 was scheduled to release on Saturday, August 7th, 2021. However, because of the Tokyo Olympics, the show creators have to delay the next episode for one week. Now, My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 19 will release on Saturday, August 14th, 2021.

    Of course, fans are disappointed that they won’t get to see the next MHA episode next week. However, at least we know the reason for the delay and the new release date for the episode.

    Besides Tokyo Olympics, another reason for the show creators to delay the My Hero Academia Episode 107 is the upcoming MHA movie.

    My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission is scheduled to release on Friday, August 6th, 2021, in Japan.

    My Hero Academia isn’t the only anime that got affected by the Tokyo Olympics. Last week, Boruto Episode 209 also got delayed at the last moment because of the ongoing Olympic Games in Japan.

    However, unlike the creators of Boruto, My Hero Academia creator informed us of the delay on Twitter as soon as the latest episode was released worldwide.

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