My Hero Academia Season 4

My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 14 Release Date, Spoilers, and Preview

The epic fight between Izuku Midoriya and Overhaul, also known as Kai Chisaki, has come to an end. My Hero Academia’s protagonist has managed to twist the future stated by Nighteye. Instead of him getting killed, Deku managed to defeat the My Hero Academia 4th Season’s man antagonist. Now that the enemy is defeated, what will happen to Izuku knowing that Eri can’t control her Quirk. Continue reading below as we discuss the upcoming My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 14 spoilers and also learn the release date of the new episode.

My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 14 Spoilers

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Note: The following contents contain spoilers for the upcoming Boku no Hero Academia episode referenced from the manga. Continue reading at your own risk.

My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 15 may start with Deku receiving all of Eri’s Quirk. Fortunately, Eraserhead came in and used his power to shut down Deku. At the same time, Eri also lost consciousness which also stops the emission of here Quirk. Other heroes arrived and rescued their comrades inside the hideout. They also captured all the Yakuza members, along with their leader Chisaki.

Overhaul is now being transported to the facility but the League of Villains are also on their move. As they try to stop the police, Tomura Shigaraki and the others will face Pro Hero Snatch. Sand Hero Snatch tried to stop them but he’s been overpowered. The League of Villains confronted handcuffed Chisaki and stole the finished product he worked on. Before leaving, Tomura destroyed Chisaki’s arm, which prevents him from using his Quirk.

My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 14 Release Date

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The fourth season of My Hero Academia is releasing a new episode every Saturday. If there will be annoying last-minute delays or rescheduling, expect to see and watch Boku no Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 14 on January 18th.

There are lots of 3rd party websites offering free streaming of the anime, but keep in mind that most of these sources are not licensed to stream My Hero Academia. To legally watch the anime, all you need to do is visit the official distributor such as Crunchyroll, Funimation, Animelab, and more.

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