Crunchyroll announced they would be streaming the new, two-episode My Hero Academia OVA later this summer. The episodes will be available in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Latin America, and Europe. The service also screened the North American premiere during this year’s Anime Expo event on July 1st.
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My Hero Academia is continuing at a steady pace in regards to streaming. With the fifth season wrapping up in September 2021, season 6 is expected to premiere in Fall 2022. As of now, all seasons of My Hero Academia are available to stream on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu.
“My Hero Academia” OVA’s: A Break Before Season 6
The first episode will have an original story centering on baseball-loving pro heroes. They then decide to form the Hero League Baseball (HLB). The Gang Orca Orcas and the Shishido Lionels are fighting for the top space this season. Both teams are determined to win this season. In this endeavor, they call upon the students at U.A for support. This game proves to be like no other when all players are permitted to use their quirks.
The second episode will be titled “Warae! Jigoku no Yo ni” or “Laugh! Like Hell.”. The episode will occur during the Internship at Endeavor’s Agency arc from the 5th season. After a string of graffiti incidences happen across Endeavor’s territory, the artist proclaims themself as “Mr. Smiley.” Because of his quirk, Mr. Smiley has been able to avoid the law. The police ask Endeavor for help, but since he considers it a minor offense, he tells them to do it themselves. Now, it becomes the pro heroes personal problem when Endeavors’ own house is vandalized by graffiti.
Both My Hero Academia OVA episodes screened in Japan on June 16th-19th. It is unknown if the dub will be accompanying these episodes on their release date or at a later date. The My Hero ova’s will be available on August 1st at 8:00 a.m. EDT.