The illustrious hero anime that has captured the hearts of millions across the world has finally reached a major landmark which could not make the fans happier and prouder of the series. The Shonen jump anime has been churning out weekly episodes since 5 seasons and it just gets better and better. With 2 movies and 3 OVAs under its belt, it is one of the most successful animes of all time.
The very new episode marks the milestone that will enter the anime into the 100-episode anime club spanning across 5 very entertaining and eye capturing seasons. The visuals the anime adopts has been one of the reasons that has the fans enraptured and the adoption of western culture while still retaining its Japanese culture has also helped the anime in getting some of the most devoted fans.
The release date of the 100th episode
The newest episode of the anime has already seen a release across the world. The anime streaming sites Crunchyroll and Funimation have the episode all ready for streaming for the premium users. Whereas the normal users in the other countries just have to wait another day when the episode would eventually release on June 13th.
The episode will release at the following times around the world:
- Pacific Time: 2: 30 AM PDT
- Central Time: 4: 30 AM CDT
- Eastern Time: 5: 30 AM EDT
- British Time: 10: 30 AM BST
- European Time: 11: 30 CEST
- Philippine Time: 5:30 PM PHT
- Korea Time: 6: 30 PM KST
- Australia Time: 7 PM ACST
What will make this episode special?
In the last few episodes of the series, we have seen Class A and Class B of the first-year hero course go head and head against each other in a fierce battle of newly introduced students and sharpened quirks. In the first episode, Izuku Midoriya goes against Class B with his group consisting of Uraraka, Mina and Mineta. Izuku develops a new extension of his quirk, ‘All for one’, and learns that there will be 6 more to come.
The battle ended in the last episode with Izuku’s group pulling ahead with a victory. This episode will be special because it will have him retrospecting his newly developed power and the possible future of his quirk. Last episode’s teaser had him having a conversation with his mentor, All Might and Bakugou.
Many more milestones to come
Anyone who keeps up with the entire MHA franchise would be aware of how far ahead the manga is from the anime. A lot has happened in the manga and even comprehending it from the point where we stand on anime is very hard to comprehend. Izuku has grown more as a person and as a hero. The rest of Class A too has seen some of the major changes in their abilities as hero. A fierce and bloody has already ensued in between villains and heroes. The anime surely has a lot to catch up to and we cannot wait to see what more it has to offer.