A new visual for the second episode of My Hero Academia‘s upcoming two-episode anime special has released ahead of its premiere later this month.
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The new visual teases the second episode, titled “Warae! Jigoku no Yō ni” (Laugh! Like Hell), which will take place during the Internship at Endeavor’s Agency arc during My Hero Academia‘s fifth season, and will follow Endeavor as he searches for a graffiti artist who has been vandalizing the local area.
Check out the new My Hero Academia visual below:
The two episodes are set to premiere in Japan on June 16-19, 2022, before being made available on streaming services later in the summer. Alongside the episode teased in the visual, another episode featuring an entirely original story centered on baseball-loving heroes will also air.
For those who might have missed the train on My Hero Academia, the series is available to stream in its entirety as of now. Currently, all 113 episodes of the anime are available to stream in both subbed and dubbed formats on Funimation for those looking to catch up. A sixth season of the series is also in production.
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My Hero Academia began as a manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi. It was first serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2014. The anime television adaptation made its debut in 2016. Both are still ongoing.