My Hero Academia Season 5 New Trailer, Key Visual Revealed
New key visual and 30 seconds preview for episode 107
My Hero Academia, just after the launch of the third movie in Japan, published a new key visual and trailer for the upcoming episode 107 (S5 Episode 19) and the rest of Season 5.
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My Hero Academia – New trailer, key visual for Season 5 episode 19
Seeing Season 5 Episode 19 of My Hero Academia was delayed, Toho Animation specifically published a key visual and trailer for the episode. As a reminder for next week.
The new key visual for Season 5 Episode 19 was revealed at the “Boku no Hero Academia 2021 Ultra Summer Special” stream this August 7. The stream featured Daiki Yamashita (Deku), Nobuhiko Okamoto (Bakugo), and Yuki Kaij (Todoroki) chatting with each other and sharing the news. You can catch the full stream here, though you’ll need to speak Japanese to get everything.
You can find the trailer below. Calling it a trailer is a bit grand though as it’s a longer version, 30 seconds, of the usual next episode preview at the end of every single anime episode. Speaking of which, it’s pretty interesting how younger anime fans nowadays, most notably with Netflix and binge-watching, aren’t used to always watching anime OPs, EDs, and next episode previews anymore.
You could claim that it’s best to skip the previews to avoid spoilers, but a lot of anime actually play with that or have exclusive dialogues or jokes in the previews. See Cross Ange, Katanagatari, or Kare Kano among the first examples that come to mind. Anyways, the preview for My Hero Academia Episode 107 is right below.
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Right now, Boku no Hero Academia The Movie World Heroes Mission was released in Japan on August 6. However, the movie has no release plans announced yet outside Japan. It’ll obviously come over at some point. So we should patiently wait for future announcements.
Last but not least, if you haven’t been doing it yet, be sure to follow Kohei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia’s mangaka, on Twitter. Ever since Season 5 began, he’s been active again and regularly sharing exclusive artwork before every new episode airs.