We made it. My Hero Academia episode 100 is a landmark milestone for the hit anime – but when does it make it on to our screens? If you’ve been following along here week-to-week, you’ll know exactly when My Hero Academia season 5, episode 12 drops into our laps. For the rest of you: hello and welcome! We’re here to make the arduous task of trying to follow weekly anime series just that little bit less stressful. We know that communication can be kept to a minimum for even the biggest shows around hailing from Japan, so we’ve kept things simple so you can get ahead of the game.
Below, in an attempt to avoid social media spoilers, we’ve laid out the My Hero Academia season 5, episode 12 release date. Not only that, but we’ve got the confirmed air time in the US and UK for those watching along on the likes of Crunchyroll and Funimation. Be warned, though, it’s going to be an early start for many looking to tune in for the aftermath of Shinso’s achievements.
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My Hero Academia season 5, episode 12 release date: what time does episode 100 air on Crunchyroll?
The My Hero Academia season 5, episode 12 release date is set for Saturday, June 12. A break might be forthcoming (that’s currently up in the air, though anime seasons traditionally take a short hiatus after 12 or 13 episodes), but this week’s release is set in stone.
If you’re watching along on Crunchyroll and Funimation be sure to refresh at the following air times: 2:30am Pacific/5:30am Eastern in the US. That’s a far more comfortable 10:30am BST across the pond in the UK.
Those who don’t have memberships on the above streaming sites will have to wait a week, while the English dub is expected to land on Toonami in the US in late July at the current rate.
My Hero Academia season 5 release schedule
My Hero Academia season 5 is going to last 25 episodes. That’s practically official, thanks to news that distribution company Toho is releasing the season in four physical Blu-ray and DVD sets, with the final volume ending at episode 113. That arrives in January, indicating that the show will likely air in 25 consecutive weeks and end in mid-September at the current rate. However, a small break could be on the horizon. Anime traditionally divides its runs into blocks of 12 or 13 episodes. We’ll update you when we hear something concrete, though don’t be disappointed if there’s suddenly a small blip in the schedules.
Here’s the list of confirmed episodes set to air on Crunchyroll and Funimation in the coming weeks, with aired episodes in bold. We don’t want to tempt fate, so we’re taking it week-by-week and sticking with what’s been officially confirmed. Episodes schedules are subject to change, however.
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 1 (episode 89): Saturday, March 27
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 2 (episode 90): Saturday, April 3
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 3 (episode 91): Saturday, April 10
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 4 (episode 92): Saturday, April 17
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 5 (episode 93): Saturday, April 24
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 6 (episode 94): Saturday, May 1
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 7 (episode 95): Saturday, May 8
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 8 (episode 96): Saturday, May 15
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 9 (episode 97): Saturday, May 22
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 10 (episode 98): Saturday, May 29
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 11 (episode 99): Saturday, June 5
- My Hero Academia season 5, episode 12 (episode 100): Saturday, June 12
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