My Hero Academia's Season 5 is landing on Toonami.
The hit anime series will debut on Cartoon Network's Toonami block on May 8, joining fan-favorite anime titles such as Attack on Titan and Demon Slayer. The entire English cast, including Justin Briner as Deku and Luci Christian as Ochaco, will reprise their roles.
Recently, Funimation released an official poster and trailer for its fifth season. The trailer features footage from the Joint Training Arc, pitting the students of Class 1-A and Class 1-B against each other. Season 5's trailer ends with an ominous hint that Deku's power of One for All is about to change as Ochaco screams his name in horror.
Season 5 of My Hero Academia premiered on Funimation's official website, with new episodes debuting every Saturday on Funimation and its partner site Hulu. In addition to the Joint Training Arc, Season 5 of My Hero Academia will mark a milestone with the series 100th episode.
Aside from its Season 5, more My Hero Academia art is on its way to fans. As for its related manga titles, My Hero Academia manga recently launched its final story arc. Also, a third My Hero Academia feature film is slated to premiere this summer.
Season 5 of My Hero Academia will premiere on May 8 on Cartoon Network's Toonami block.
Source: Funimation, YouTube