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Boku No Hero Academia 4th Season Episode 1 [VERIFIED]


The season follows Izuku Midoriya and his classmates in their Hero Work-Studies, where they face off against the Shie Hassaikai group, with their mission is to stop them from creating a Quirk-Destroying Drug and save a little girl at the center of it. Meanwhile, two students of U.A. High attend a special Hero License Course, having failed their previous exam. Then, U.A. holds its annual School Festival and Class 1-A decides to have a dance performance with a live band in hopes to ease the public's doubt of their worth. Later, the new hero rankings was revealed after All Might's retirement.




Boku no Hero Academia 4th Season Episode 1



Funimation has licensed the season for an English-language release in North America.[2] Funimation premiered the first episode of the fourth season at Anime Expo on July 6, 2019, with the English dub.[3][4] Crunchyroll and Hulu are simulcasting the season outside of Asia as it airs, while FunimationNow is streaming in Simuldub.[5] Funimation's adaptation premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block on November 9, 2019.[6] Several episodes on Toonami got delayed, due to the schedule redaction or disruption and the effects of COVID-19 pandemic which ended on June 28, 2020, instead of May as it originally scheduled.


Four pieces of theme music are used for this season: two opening themes and two ending themes. For the first fourteen episodes, the opening theme is "Polaris" (ポラリス) by Blue Encount, while the ending theme is "Kōkai no Uta" (航海の唄, The Song of the Voyage) by Sayuri.[7] The second opening theme is "Starmarker" (スターマーカー) by Kana-Boon and the ending theme is "Shout Baby" by Ryokuōshoku Shakai.[8] Chrissy Costanza performs the insert songs "Each Goal" in episode 19 and "Hero too" in episode 23.[9]


Season 4 of the My Hero Academia anime was announced in the 44th issue of the 2018 Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. It aired in Japan from October 12, 2019 to April 4, 2020 and ran for 25 episodes. It is a direct sequel to Season 3, and was followed by a fifth season.


As had been done previously, this season was first confirmed to be in the works at the end of the final episode of season three, which had aired days before the Shonen Jump issue containing the announcement was released.[5]


The first season of My Hero Academia was comprised of 13 episodes, adapting the first three volumes of the manga. It follows the story of Izuku Midoriya, an average student who lives in a world where super-powered heroes use their Quirks, or abilities, to combat legions of villains and monsters. Despite being powerless himself, he dreams of one day becoming a hero. His whole life changes when he is saved by All Might, the world's greatest hero. All Might reveals that his true form is a weak, emaciated man, but his "One for All" Quirk would allow him to share his vast strength with Izuku. That permit Izuku to finally chase his dream and enroll in U.A. High School to become a real superhero.


The second season is expanded compared to the first, made up of 25 episodes, nearly twice that of the first season. The first half of the season is based around U.A. High School's sports festival, which takes the place of the typical shonen tournament arc. The students are made to compete against each other in various events, utilizing their Quirks in the hopes of scoring an internship with heroes seeking sidekicks. All Might's own power is beginning to fade, forcing Izuku to rely more on his own innate strength. The conclusion of the event sees Izuku training with the hero Gran Torino, who helps him develop his own powers. Amidst the academic challenges of the protagonists, a rising villain named Stain begins targeting and killing those he sees as "fake" heroes.


The next season builds upon the themes of the previous, introducing several characters who speak out or act against the heroes. Kota, a young boy being cared for by a duo of heroines, hates heroes until Izuku saves him. Meanwhile, U.A. comes under fire from the press for the endangerment of their students, especially after Bakugo is captured by the League of Villains. The League of Villains' leader, All For One, is revealed to be connected to All Might's past, with Tomura being the twisted grandson of All Might's mentor. While he's able to defeat and capture the villain with the students' help, his weakening powers force him to retire.


The second half of the 25-episode season has the students moving into dorms, a measure that the school takes to better protect them. From there, they train and compete against each other again to gain Pro Hero Licenses. The public again begins losing their favor for the school, as the controversial Endeavor replaces the retired All Might. The mentally disturbed student Twice, who has lost sight of reality due to overuse of his cloning ability, deserts the school, feeling that only the villains will accept him. As he officially switches allegiance, the rest of Class 1-A faces Mirio, All Might's old sidekick, to become Real Pro Heroes.


The fourth season will more than likely cover the next three volumes of the manga, comprised of the Overhaul, Fighting Fate, and Red Riot arcs. These see an alliance between the Eight Precepts, a conglomeration of Yakuza members, and the League of Villains, as they strike against the heroes with a superpowered young captive. The passing students will also shadow Pro Heroes, with Izuku working with another of All Might's former allies, Sir Nighteye. The action-packed trailer gives viewers a first glimpse at some of what's to come, but given the show's propensity for introducing anime exclusive stories, fans will have to wait a few weeks to fully experience what's in store for the heroes.


In this final act, Chris, Steven, Burcu, and myself, share the things that helped us and are helping us navigate academia as first generation students. But though not all things that work for us will work for all first gens, we hope that those who are listening recognize the plight first gens go through in graduate programs. And if you are a first generation yourself, we hope that this episode, particularly this act, reminds you that you are not alone. Maybe some first gens who are listening to this are going through it, are probably doubting themselves. What message do you have for first generation students who may be listening to this, and considering grad school or in graduate school right now? 041b061a72


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