My Hero Academia: The Latest Visual Star and Stripe


The seventh season of the “My Hero Academia” anime will premiere on Saturday, May 4th. As the broadcast date approaches, the latest visual of “Star and Stripe” has been revealed. It showcases her beautiful and gallant figure!

“My Hero Academia” is serialized in “Weekly Shōnen Jump” (published by Shueisha) and enjoys immense popularity. Often abbreviated as “HeroAca,” the series unfolds in a world where superpowers, known as “Quirks,” are common. The protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, also known as “Deku,” aspires to become a “Hero.” His goal is to protect society and combat criminals, known as “Villains,” who misuse their Quirks.

Deku and his classmates grow together at the prestigious U.A. High School, where they train to become heroes. Since its start in July 2014, the series now celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2024. It has exceeded 100 million copies in global circulation, with the 40th volume released on April 4th. The serialization in Jump magazine is also reaching a peak in intensity.

The TV anime series’ seventh season will broadcast every Saturday at 5:30 PM. It will be available on a 29-station network via Yomiuri TV and Nippon TV starting May 4th, although some areas are excluded.

The narrative of Season 7 picks up with Chapter 329 from the original comics’ Volume 34. After struggling alone, Deku decides to fight alongside his classmates. At the same time, Tomura Shigaraki continues his mission to “destroy everything.” He does so even as he faces the risk of being consumed by the great evil, All For One. These central heroes and villains are now poised for their final clash.

In anticipation of Season 7, a new visual has been released. It features America’s No.1 Hero, Star and Stripe, who appeared in the last episode (Episode 138) of Season 6. She calls the symbol of peace All Might her “Master.” Her impressive figure standing on a fighter jet made a significant impact. Despite her brief appearance, she elicited strong reactions from fans.

Rōmi Park voices her character, known for roles like Edward Elric in “Fullmetal Alchemist” and Hanji in “Attack on Titan.” Park said, “I’m trembling with excitement to play such a significant role in this passionately crafted series. I will give my all alongside Cathy to convey our shared feelings. I will not falter.”

This highly anticipated character will debut in the first episode of Season 7 on May 4th. Titled “American Exceptionalism!! An Incredible Individual,” the episode will showcase the action she brings. Anticipation for the broadcast is high.

Finally, new opening and ending sequences will air from the premiere of Season 7 on May 4th. The OP theme, “Tagatame” by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure, and the ED theme, “Tsubomi” by Omoinotake, are both highly anticipated. “Tagatame” follows TK’s previous work on anime theme songs like “unravel” from “Tokyo Ghoul.” Omoinotake’s recent hit “Ikubyō Kōnen” was the theme for the drama “Eye Love You.”

Series Information

Season 7 Premiere Details Anime “My Hero Academia” Season 7 broadcasting starts on May 4th. Every Saturday at 5:30 PM, broadcast across 29 stations of the Yomiuri TV and Nippon TV network (excluding some areas).

Introduction to My Hero Academia The “My Hero Academia” comic series has surpassed 85 million copies worldwide! Serialized in “Weekly Shōnen Jump” (published by Shueisha) and created by Kōhei Horikoshi, the anime is set in a world where about 80% of the population possesses superpowers known as “Quirks.”

High school students at U.A. High School, including Izuku Midoriya, nicknamed “Deku,” aspire to become professional heroes. They aim to protect society and people from accidents, disasters, and criminals called “Villains” who misuse their Quirks. The narrative follows their growth, battles, and the forging of deep friendships.

Deku’s Journey and Hero Training In a world where “Quirks” are common, Izuku Midoriya, a boy born without a Quirk, encounters his idol, the No.1 Hero All Might. All Might recognizes the hero potential within Deku and passes on his Quirk “One For All” (OFA) to him.

Deku enrolls in the prestigious U.A. High School, aiming to become a hero who can save society and people with his new powers. He grows alongside his classmates in Class 1-A.

Conflict and Resolution In the spring of their second year, the heroes initiate a major operation against Tomura Shigaraki and his band of Villains. This leads to a massive conflict described as a “total war.” Both sides sustain significant damage.

As the conflict temporarily ends, the public’s trust in heroes wavers, and society starts to crumble. Feeling the weight of his duty as the successor of OFA and not wanting to endanger others, Deku leaves U.A. to fight alone.

Exhausted and desperate, he is eventually supported by his classmates from Class 1-A. Together, they renew their determination to face challenges collectively.

The Final Battle Approaches As they prepare for the ultimate confrontation, villains like Shigaraki and All For One (AFO) strategize their next steps in their mission to destroy the heroes. The stage is set for the “final battle.” Meanwhile, a new hero from America joins the fray.

Conclusion: A Hope for Peace Can Deku and his friends bring back the days when everyone can smile again?

Cast: Izuku Midoriya: Daiki Yamashita Katsuki Bakugo: Nobuhiko Okamoto Ochaco Uraraka: Ayane Sakura Shoto Todoroki: Yuki Kaji Tenya Iida: Kaito Ishikawa Tsuyu Asui: Aoi Yuki Eijiro Kirishima: Toshiki Masuda Momo Yaoyorozu: Marina Inoue Denki Kaminari: Tasuku Hatanaka Minoru Mineta: Ryo Hirohashi Kyoka Jiro: Kei Shindo Fumikage Tokoyami: Yoshimasa Hosoya Mina Ashido: Eri Kitamura Rikido Sato: Kiyotaka Furushima Yuga Aoyama: Kosuke Kuwano Mashirao Ojiro: Kosuke Miyoshi Mezo Shoji: Masakazu Nishida Toru Hagakure: Kaori Nazuka Rikido Sato: Toru Nara Koji Koda: Takuma Nagatsuka Mirio Togata: Tarusuke Shingaki Tamaki Amajiki: Yuto Uemura Nejire Hado: Kiyono Yasuno Shota Aizawa: Junichi Suwabe Endeavor: Tetsu Inada Hawks: Yuichi Nakamura Best Jeanist: Hikaru Midorikawa Edgeshot: Kenta Kamakari Mirko: Saku Kinoshita Star and Stripe: Rōmi Park All Might: Kenta Miyake Tomura Shigaraki: Koki Uchiyama Dabi: Hiro Shimono Himiko Toga: Misato Fukuen Spinner: Ryo Iwasaki All For One: Akio Otsuka

Staff: Original Work: Kōhei Horikoshi (Serialized in Shueisha’s “Weekly Shōnen Jump”) Chief Director: Kenji Nagasaki Director: Naomi Nakayama Series Composition & Script: Yosuke Kuroda (Studio Orphe) Character Design: Yoshihiko Umakoshi / Hitomi Odashima Music: Yuki Hayashi Art Directors: Shigemi Ikeda & Yukiko Maruyama (Atelier Musa) Color Design: Kazuko Kikuchi (Wish) Director of Photography: Takashi Sawa Editor: Kumiko Sakamoto Sound Director: Masafumi Mima Opening Theme: “Tagatame” by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure Ending Theme: “Tsubomi” by Omoinotake Animation Production: Bones

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