My Hero Academia season 7 episode 2 release time and what to expect

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My Hero Academia season 7 kicked off with a season premiere so great that you would feel very left out if you didn't head to your favorite anime streaming service to catch up on all the action!

The shounen anime series is back and better than ever with new characters and conflicts, but the same old universe full of enemies and allies who are stronger than the world has ever seen. Also, another aspect that you'll come to love is that the stakes are higher than ever since these new characters pose a threat to either side and seem to have a resolve so tight that not even the best of the best can shake them.

Hopefully, this was enough to get you excited for what's to come. If so, here's when you can catch the next brand-new episode of My Hero Academia season 7.

Episode 2 release date and time

Just like the previous episode, the second episode of My Hero Academia, titled "Specter," will be released on Saturday, May 11, at 5:30 a.m. ET/2:30 a.m. PT. If this time is a tad too early for you, don't worry because the episode will be available to stream on Crunchyroll for you to watch at your convenience.

Need a refresher on what happened in the My Hero Academia season 7 premiere? Here's the official synopsis:

"As jailbreakers run rampant in Japan, Star and Stripe flies from the U.S. to Japan to help and finds Shigaraki waiting for her in the middle of her flight path."


And check out the preview for season 7 episode 2 here:

As you might have guessed, episode 2 will pick up directly from where the previous episode left off with a showdown between our Number 1 hero Star and Stripe, and the being Tomura Shigaraki has turned into after unfortunate events. Star and Stripe is going to have a lot on her plate, as people are now looking to her as a form of salvation, but will she be able to rise to the occasion? Or will she buckle under the weight of what it means to be a hero? We will find out soon enough!

As we said, My Hero Academia isn't the type of anime that you want to miss weekly, so be sure to head to Crunchyroll on Saturday, May 11, to catch the brand-new episode. See you there!

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