My Hero Academia

(Boku no Hero Academia)

Season 2
Studio: BONES
Genre: Fighting, Comedy, Superheroes
Premiere Date: March 5, 2017
Where to Watch: FUNimation (sub/dub), Crunchyroll (sub), Hulu (sub)
Summary: The continuing adventures of a normal boy chosen to inherit the powers of the world’s greatest hero and the fellow heroes-in-training around him.

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