‘My Hero Academia’ scores seven awards at the annual Crunchyroll Anime Awards

My Hero Academia took home seven awards at the annual Crunchyroll Anime Awards on Saturday. The new hit Japanese-American anime won Best Girl, Best Boy, Best Hero, Best Villain, Best Action, Best Opening and Best Animation.

My Hero Academia aired its first season in June 2016 and they wrapped up the second season in September 2017. The series is 38 episodes long so far with season 3 premiering on April 7 in Japan on YTV according to the Anime News Network.

The show follows Izuku Midoriya, who is born in a world where everyone has super abilities, except for him. He still believes in his heart that he can get a quirk (superpower) and he dreams of one day becoming a hero like his idol All Might, who is the most powerful superhero. All Might takes Izuku under his wing and allocates some of his power into Izuku after recognizing his remarkable value, and All Might enrolls him in U.A. High School–a school for heroes in training.

The series will also feature its first film, titled My Hero Academia The Movie, which will premiere this summer according to the official website.

Caption: “My Heroacademia the movie was published in the summer of 2018, And the official site of the film has been uploaded to comment by Mr. Kohei Horikoshi and his cast! ↓ http://heroaca-movie.com.”

My Hero Academia is quickly becoming a fan favorite in Japan and in the United States. The show will air on Saturdays in Japan at 5:30 p.m. and Funimation will stream the series.

Check out all the Crunchyroll Anime Awards winners –

  • Best Opening: “Peace Sign” – Kenshi Yonezu – My Hero Academia Season 2
  • Best Ending: “Ishukan Communication” – Chorogonzu – Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid
  • Best Film: Your Name
  • Best Score: Made in Abyss
  • Best Animation: My Hero Academia Season 2 Best CGI: Land of the Lustrous
  • Best Comedy: Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid
  • Best Slice of Life: Girls’ Last Tour
  • Best Continuing Series: March Comes in Like a Lion Industry Icon: Christopher Sabat – Funimation
  • Best Boy: Shoto Todoroki – My Hero Academia Season 2
  • Best Girl: Ochaco Ubaraka – My Hero Academia Season 2
  • Best Villain: Stain – My Hero Academia 2 Season 2
  • Best Hero: Izuku “Deku” Midoriya – My Hero Academia Season 2 Best Drama: The Ancient Magus’ Bride
  • Best Action: My Hero Academia Season 2
  • Best Manga: My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness Anime of the Year: Made in Abyss
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