My Hero Academia is pushing through its fifth season with a solid clip, and has shown off entering summer school with high hopes. The show is working on Grand Arc Endeavor these days thanks to a story swap, and as you might have guessed, some fans aren’t happy with the switch. But in a recent interview, two stars of the show took the time to reassure fans that all was well with the show.
It all happened on Akiba Soken recently when the program interviewed Daiki Yamashita and Ayane Sakura. The two play Izuku and Ochaco in the anime respectively, so there was a lot to talk about My Hero Academia Season Five. And no doubt prepared for this question, the couple confirmed that the anime simply exchanges bows instead of nixing the League of Villains.
The interview, which was summarized online by Twitterr users shibuyasmash, providing fans the extra security they need for season five. “Employees say”[s] includes the second half of the season [a] villain-oriented story with Yamashita says it starts with the effort stage, but after that the story of ‘Our League of Villains’ awaits, ”the summary reads.
So there you have it! If you were concerned about that My Hero Academia Shigaraki’s group tried to shoot, do not worry. The league will be in the spotlight at the end of season five. Obviously some fans will not be happy with this same reassurance from the cast, but others admit to understanding the choice to swap their bows.
After all, the League of Villains is an intense one and directly fuels the next onslaught attack that manga readers are still reeling from. Moving the arches of season five to the final finish with a seriously juicy cliffhanger causing the chaos to come in My Hero Academia season six. So even if you’ve hyped to see Shigaraki go wild ASAP, a little more waiting will be worth it in the end.
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