My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 23 will officially release on 11th September 2021. You can watch this episode on Funimation. Fans are excited.
Are you a fan of the My Hero Academia anime series? If your answer is yes then this article is surely an informative one for you. Because in this article we are going to talk about all the leaks regarding the upcoming episode.
So, if you are also interested to know more about My Hero Academia and its next chapter then you should read this till the end. After reading the whole one I hope you get all the answers to your questions regarding this episode.
About My Hero Academia Anime Series
Table of Contents
My Hero Academia is basically a Japanese anime series that is written by famous Japanese writer Kōhei Horikoshi. After that, for the anime purpose, he also illustrates the series as per requirement. The franchise started its journey as a manga in 2014 but by the time it got popularity and success and that’s inspired them to create an anime television series.
The anime series is based on adventure, superheroes, and science fiction. The gist of the series is that it takes us to a different world where humans are more advanced in technology and they can easily create advanced superpowers. In the story, we see a superpower called Quirks that occur in children at age of four. The humans developed one after one Quirks and that surely creates an uncomfortable number of Quirks in the future.
Till now, the franchise release 4 episodes in 2016 and now the 5th one is going on. Here already been 22 episodes released and the 23rd is going to release very soon.
Never expected Kurogiri's true identity would make us so sad! 😢
— Funimation ANZ (@funimation_anz) September 4, 2021
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 23 Release Date
My Hero Academia season 5 episode 23 will officially release on 11th September 2021. You can watch it at 5:30 pm as per the Japanese standard time.
Where to Watch?
You can watch the episodes of My Hero Academia on the Funimation with English subtitles. Besides this, you can also watch it on the Crunchyroll platform. But here we have to pay the subscription fee for it.
Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest updates.