Produced by Bones and directed by Kenji Nagasaki, season 4 of My Hero Academia was released on October 12, 2019, on ytv. The series was originally released in Japan and the dubbed version is yet to release on Netflix.
As per the reports, the fourth season of the series was scheduled to release on Netflix in early 2020, but because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the released date has been pushed back by several months.
Here’s what you need to know about the dubbed version of My Hero Academia Season 4.
What can we expect from the Hero Academia season 4?
This series is based on the manga by Kōhei Horikoshi. Season 4 follows the story of the original manga from the second half of the 14th volume to the first chapters of the 21st volume. Season 4 of My Hero Academia was announced in the 44th issue of the 2018 Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.
The fourth season will continue the story arc of Season 3 ended which ends with the introduction of the The Big 3. The Hero Work-Studies program now extends to the freshers students as well. Izuku, Ochaco, Tsuyu, Eijiro along with the students of the third year, Mirio, Nejire and Tamaki participate in the Work Studies.
The U.A. High School plans its annual U.A. School Festival. An infamous duo is planning to infiltrate this school program. After the School Festival, Endeavor assumes his position as the Number 1 Hero in the biannual Hero Billboard Chart JP. This gives him the chance to work with newly appointed Number 2 Hero Hawks.
The voice cast for the dubbed version includes:
- Christopher R. Sabat voices All Might/Toshinori Yagi
- Clifford Chapin voices Katsuki Bakugō
- Colleen Clinkenbeard voices Momo Yaoyorozu
- David Matranga voices Shōto Todoroki
- J. Michael Tatum voices Tenya Iida
- Justin Briner voices Izuku “Deku” Midoriya
- Justin Cook voices Eijirō Kirishima
- Luci Christian voices Ochaco Uraraka
- Monica Rial voices Tsuyu Asui
As of now the dubbed version of My Hero Academia is expected to premiere on Netflix in early 2021.
The soundtrack of this season is composed by Yuki Hayashi. As the dubbed version is expected to release soon, get ready for another year of adventures of Izuku Midoriya and his friends at U.A. High.