Following the announcement of the new hero ranking, the number 1 Pro Hero Endeavor and the number 2 Pro hero Hawks talked about the Nomu rumors and sightings. During their meeting, they got attacked by a new high-end Nomu released by the League of Villains. Can Endeavor and Hawks really handle this attack and save the people?
Read on to learn about the My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 25 release date. Below, you will also find the Boku no Hero Academia Episode 88 preview and synopsis.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 25 Release Date
Boku no Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 25 is the final episode for the fourth season of the anime series. If the anime doesn’t encounter any last-minute delay or schedule changes, it will be premiering on Saturday, April 4, 2020, at 17:30 (JST). Be reminded that this schedule is based in Japan, which means you have to adjust the date and time depending on your timezone.
You can watch My Hero Academia Episode 88 from the authorized anime distributors. Some of the official streaming platforms are Funimation, Crunchyroll, Animelab, and more. For fans who want to watch the series in English audio, Funimation is doing a simuldub release for the series.
Boku no Hero Academia Episode 88 Preview
My Hero Academia Episode 88 Synopsis
Here is the official synopsis of My Hero Academia Season 4 episode finale titled “His Start.”
“Endeavor and Hawks confront the new brainless and high-end attacks. But the high-end skills were terrifying! Can Endeavor and Hawks really win and save people!?”
About My Hero Academia
My Hero Academia, also known as Boku no Hero Academia, follows the story of Izuku Midoriya, a Quirkless boy who is dreaming of becoming a superhero. One day, Izuku met All Might, the number 1 pro hero. All Might decides to make Izuku the successor of One for All Quirk. Slowly, Izuku started to learn how to properly use the power that he got to save the world and become the number 1 hero.
My Hero Academia is a Japanese manga series written by Kohei Horikoshi. The manga has been serialized in July 2014 and becomes part of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Since its serialization, the series already garnered a total of 30 volumes. Boku no Hero Academia also receives its own anime adaptation and several anime films.