‘My Hero Academia’ Season 3 Anime Review

My Hero Academia is a superhero anime entering its third season. It is based on the manga created by Kōhei Horikoshi for Jump Comics. The Japanese animation studio Bones made the anime and was directed by Kenji Nagasaki. The third season has twenty-five episodes.

Izuku Midoriya (Justin Briner) aka Deku along with his classmates Bakugo (Clifford Chapin), Uraraka (Luci Christian), Iida (J. Michael Tatum), Shoto (David Matranga), Momo (Colleen Clinkenbeard), and others face their greatest challenge yet. They must compete with other schools to get their provisional licenses. They encounter other students who want to own UA Class 1-A, but the villain Togo (Leah Clark) is watching.

One of the best things about this season is watching the growing rivalry between Deku and Bakugo. I also liked how they showed other schools who were jealous of UA. It brought in some new perspective and showed how UA is placed in the culture of the superhero community. It gave the story more depth and showed their place in the world.

I also loved the subtle way they introduce the League of Villains and what they are up to. It is also the first time we see the Yakuza and how they fit in this world.

Check out the trailer below:

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This article has been updated from a previous version.


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