Sony Boy Episode 5: Release Date, Discussion, and Where to watch online

Sony Boy Episode 5 is set to release on August 13, 2021. Non-subscribed users must wait for 7 more days to watch the episode.

Sony Boy is a sci-fi anime series created by Shingo. Sonny Boy premiered its pilot episode on July 15, 2021, and has been a fan favorite since then. The show has released 4 episodes so far and the 5th one is on its way.

Plot Summary:

Sonny Boy is the story of 36 students stuck in their school premises with newfound supernatural abilities. Some of the students try their best to impose authority on the others but are met with powerful opposition. It all comes down to the survival of the fittest.

With its unique and gripping storyline, the show has managed to attract a lot of attention from the anime community. With a strong IMDB rating of 8.5, Sonny Boy is a must-watch for all the Sci-Fi and Anime lovers out there.


  • Nagara: The protagonist of the show. His ability is not yet disclosed.
  • Nozomi: A foreign exchange student from Berlin. Her ability is “Compass”, a light that guides her to find anything she seeks.
  • Mizuho: She owns two cats who bring her whatever she wants. This ability she possesses is called “Nyamazon”.
  • Asaka: Has the ability called “Slow light” which enables him to control gravity.

Sony Boy Episode 5 release date & Discussion:

The 5th episode of season 1 is coming out on August 13 and fans are more than excited to watch it. So far, Sonny Boy has lived up to our expectations and we are expecting the same for all the upcoming episodes.

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Sony Boy Episode 5 discussion:

The upcoming episode is titled “Jump Classroom”. Although there is no announcement regarding the dubbed version as of now, we hope to listen from the creators soon.


Season 1 of Sonny Boy has been very exciting so far. As mentioned in the article, 5th episode of the series is set to release on 13th August for those who have Hulu subscriptions. And those who don’t have any subscriptions might have to wait till 20th August to watch the episode.

Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for further updates.

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