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'My Hero Academia' Season 3 Finale Synopsis Surfaces

It's been a long ride through season three, but My Hero Academia is poised to bring the release to an end soon. At the end of September, the show will wrap its on-going season, and a synopsis for its big finale has gone live.

So, if you are ready to meet My Hero Academia's next big hero, brace yourself. One of UA Academy's best is about to make his debut.

Over on social media, a slew of translations went live which broke down season finale of My Hero Academia. The last episode of season three will drop on September 29 and be titled "Invisible."

As you can see below, a rather lengthy blurb for the finale has surfaced, and you can read up on it below:

Mirio challenges Class A! The mysterious boy that Deku encounter is part of a U.A. Academy's Big 3, the third year student, Mirio Togata! He was supposed to explain about the Hero internships, but instead he decides to fight the students of Class A! How will U.A. Academy's strongest hero fight against Deku?

U.A. Big 3, Mirio has arrived! This week's League of Villains: They make a move under the radar! Shigaraki Tomura and the others from the League of Villains come into contact with a mysterious man! How will this encounter affect Deku and the others!? The fight between the heroes and villains advances to a new level!

The new synopsis does several things, but its biggest point focuses in on Mirio. The final episode will see the newcomer challenge the entirety of Class 1-A to battle, and fans will know that is quite a task to handle. After all, Class 1-A has progressed a lot towards their Pro Hero dreams, and they have fought the League of Villains before. Now, it will fall to Mirio to assess the group for himself, and fans have a hunch the kid is about to show Class 1-A who's the boss.

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My Hero Academiawas created by Kohei Horikoshi and has been running in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump since July The story follows Izuku Midoriya, who lives in a world where everyone has super powers, even though he was born without them. Dreaming to become a superhero anyway, he's eventually scouted by the world's best hero All Might and enrolls in a school for professional heroes. The series has been collected into 19 volumes so far, and has been licensed by Viz Media for an English language release since

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My Hero Academia: Season 3 Ends with All of Class 1-A Being Beaten

The English dub of My Hero Academia Season 3 comes to an end with a major defeat for Class 1-A.

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for the My Hero Academia episode "Unrivaled," streaming now.

With the conclusion of Season 3, the English release of My Hero Academia has caught up to the Japanese. That ending teases a lot of what will happen in Season 4, concluding on what is essentially an introduction to the conflicts that will take place when the series returns. While the prior two seasons of My Hero Academia ended with a climactic battle of some sort, this one ends with a demonstration of power. Class 1-A's final battle of the third season was a friendly match as part of a lesson, meaning there's no real ill-will regardless of the outcome. However, what's remarkable is that Class 1-A lost to a single person: Mirio Togata.

The Big 3 Meet

The Big 3 are the three greatest students at U.A: Mirio Togata, Tamaki Amajiki and Nejire Hado. These three actually appeared earlier in the series, with Midoriya seeing Togata's face sticking out of the floor. However, Midoriya recalls seeing Togata even earlier at the Sports Festival (the same one where Midoriya fought Todoroki and Bakugo ranked first). As for the other two, Amajiki is a scary looking guy with awful stage fright. Hado, on the other hand, is a child-like, over-excited student who asks rapid-fire questions too quickly for anyone to ever respond.

The trio are there to discuss the Hero Work Studies -- a new internship alluded to in the prior episode. However, all of the Big 3 are so socially awkward and unusual that little of what they say actually communicates their points. So Togata decides to communicate in the language he knows best: battle. So he challenges all of Class 1-A to a fight.

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The Fight

All of Class 1-A, except Todoroki and Bakugo who must stay behind as they have yet to earn their Provisional Licenses, show up to the gym to fight Togata. While there is some internal debate as to if any of this competition is necessary, Togata continues all the same.

The first to step up is Midoriya, and, soon, the rest of Class 1-A rallies behind him. The close-combat students try to surround Togata while the more long-range fighters attack from the rear, each student utilizing a strategy that works best for them in order to combat Togata. However, all that proves fruitless when Togata reveals his quirk: Permeation, the ability to phase through matter. Thanks to this, he manages to avoid any damage, weaving to each student to subdue them in short succession. While Midoriya predicts Togata's movement, it proves ineffective, since Togata just phases through Midoriya's body when he attempts to deliver a finishing kick.

Togata decimates the entire class.

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The Value of Hard Work

Aizawa, the teacher of Class 1-A, confirms privately to Todoroki that Togata isn't just the best student in the school. He's one of the greatest heroes around, ranked alongside Endeavor and All Might in terms of sheer power. However, as Togata acknowledges, his quirk is fairly weak on its own. He's only as powerful as he is thanks to his incredible training and hard work.

Togata explains that, when his Quirk is active, he loses his senses. Everything passes through his body, including touch, light, audio, smells -- everything. He had to train excessively to utilize his Quirk despite his huge weakness. Togata learned this, in many ways, thanks to the Hero Work Studies classes.

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He assures the younger students that this internship, unlike his prior internship, will push them to being like sidekicks to real heroes, which will force them to use their powers in incredibly dangerous scenarios. But in the end, all that hard work will make them even stronger.

What Will Come in Season 4

The end of the episode sets up several plot threads that will play into Season 4. Todoroki, observing all that happened from afar, fears he may be falling behind thanks to him failing to earn his license. The Big 3 speculate if any of Class 1-A is particularly noteworthy, which results in Togata proposing Midoriya work with a hero he refers to as "Sir."

Midoriya contacts Gran Torino, who he interned under previously, to see about a placement for Hero Work Studies. Gran Torino, however, declines. He's preoccupied tracking down the League of Villains with the police. And this leads to the final cliffhanger of Season 3. Twice brings Overhaul, the villain introduced in the prior episode, to interview for the League of Villains. The stage is set for the villains to reshape society into their image. Next season, the League will bring real chaos to the order of the world -- which is now without All Might. The world is in need of a great hero.

KEEP READING: My Hero Academia: What's the World Like After All Might?

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'My Hero Academia' Fans Can't Believe Season 3 is Over

My Hero Academia's third season was its most popular yet, so fans don't know how to feel now that the season has officially wrapped. It may have confirmed a fourth season would be on the way, but fans still can't believe it's over for now.

The final episode of the third season laid some major groundwork for the future, and fans are not sure they can wait for such a jam-packed fourth season.

The third season worked through major battles of the series with the Forest Training arc (ending with Midoriya's fight with Muscular), the Night Raid arc (which ended with All Might's battle with All For One), and the Hero License Exam arc (which ended with the Midoriya and Bakugo rematch), so it makes sense that the final episode ended with a battle as well.

Mirio Togata, U.A. High School's top student, took on Class 1-A along and Midoriya learned just what it takes to stand at the top of the school, and potentially what he'll need to stand at the top of the hero world like All Might.

Now that the series has introduced such a major player, along with the new villain Overhaul, fans are excited to continue along the series as soon as possible. But with no confirmed date for the fourth season, it might be a while before more new episodes.

Read on to see what fans thought of the Season 3 finale, and how they're coping (or not coping) with the wait for the next season.

My Hero Academia was created by Kohei Horikoshi and has been running in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump since July The story follows Izuku Midoriya, who lives in a world where everyone has super powers, even though he was born without them. Dreaming to become a superhero anyway, he's eventually scouted by the world's best hero All Might and enrolls in a school for professional heroes. The series has been collected into 19 volumes so far, and has been licensed by Viz Media for an English language release since

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My Hero Academia (season 3)

Season of television series

My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia Season 3 Blu-Ray.jpg

Cover art of the first Blu-ray volume of the third season released by Toho on July 18,

Country of originJapan
No. of episodes25
Original networkytv
Original releaseApril 7&#;()&#;–
September 29, &#;()

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Season 2

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Season 4

List of episodes

The third season of the My Hero Academiaanime series was produced by Bones and directed by Kenji Nagasaki. Like the rest of the series, it adapts Kōhei Horikoshi's original manga series of the same name from the rest of the 8th volume through the beginning of the 14th volume over 25 episodes and follows the adventures of Izuku Midoriya and his classmates from U.A. High, a prestigious school for heroes in training.

The third season ran from April 7[1][2] to September 29, , on ytv in Japan. Toho released the season on DVD and Blu-Ray in eight compilations, each containing two to four episodes, between July 18, , and February 13, Funimation licensed the season for an English-language release in North America and released the first compilation on May 7, Funimation's adaptation ran from March 3, , to August 18, on Adult Swim's Toonami block.[3]

Four pieces of theme music are used for this season: two opening themes and two ending themes. For the first thirteen episodes, the opening theme is "Odd Future" by Uverworld and the first ending theme is "Update" (アップデート) by miwa.[4] For the rest of the season, the second opening theme is "Make my Story" by Lenny Code Fiction and the ending theme is "Long Hope Philia" (ロングホープ・フィリア) by Masaki Suda.[5]

Episode list[edit]

Home video release[edit]

Japanese[edit]

Toho released the third season of the anime on DVD and Blu-ray in eight volumes in Japan, with the first volume being released on July 18, , and the final volume being released on February 13, [31]

English[edit]

Funimation released the series in North America in two volumes, with the first volume released on May 7, ,[40] and the second volume on September 3, [41] The first volume received a limited edition combo release,[40] along with a standard edition combo release,[42] and a standard edition DVD release.[43] In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Manga Entertainment is distributing the series for Funimation, releasing the first part in a limited edition combo release, along with a standard edition DVD and Blu-ray, on May 13, ,[44] and the second part on September 9, [45] In Australia and New Zealand, Madman Entertainment is distributing the series for Funimation, scheduling the first part for release in standard and limited editions on August 7, ,[46][47] and the second part on November 6, [48]

Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Season Three Part One 39–50 May 7, [40]
Season Three Part Two 51–63 September 3, [41]
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Season Three Part One 39–50 May 13, [44]
Season Three Part Two 51–63 September 9, [45]
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Season Three Part One 39–50 August 7, [46][47]
Season Three Part Two 51–63 November 6, [48]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abcInformation is taken from the ending credits of each episode.
  2. ^TV Ratings are noted when the show reached the top ten for the week. In the Kantō region of Japan.
  3. ^Unknown storyboard artist; believed to be a pen name of Rie Matsumoto.
  4. ^Adult Swim moved My Hero Academia back a half-hour (to p.m. EDT/PDT).[11]
  5. ^Shinji Satō was erroneously credited instead in the TV broadcast.[13]
  6. ^Tomo Ōkubo was erroneously credited instead in the TV broadcast.[14]
  7. ^Adult Swim moved My Hero Academia to a.m. EDT/PDT beginning on the night of July 6, , which is July 7.[25]

References[edit]

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  4. ^"My Hero Academia 3rd Anime Season's 2nd Promo Video Previews UVERworld's Theme". Anime News Network. March 3, Archived from the original on March 3, Retrieved March 3,
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  41. ^ ab"My Hero Academia Season Three Part Two - BD/DVD Combo". Funimation. Retrieved June 13,
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  45. ^ abManga Entertainment [@MangaUK] (June 26, ). "Release Updates! 🎉🎉🎉 Get ready for an extra helping of superhero adventures this summer with DRAGON BALL SUPER PARTS 7 & 8 and MY HERO ACADEMIA SEASON 3 PART 2 coming your way 😱 Click through to our site for dates & info: www.mangauk.com/new-announcements-june-july-releases/" (Tweet). Retrieved June 29, &#; via Twitter.
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