Crunchyroll reveals that the OVAs of Boku no Hero Academia (My Hero Academia) will be in its catalog and will also have a preview.
Boku no Hero Academia will be released in the summer in Japan, and now it is confirmed that they will arrive on Crunchyroll. That’s what the company announced on Tuesday this week, along with reveals of anime licensing that will join its catalog in the future. He plans to preview episodes of some of them at Anime Expo 2022, which will be next month.
Crunchyroll Anime Expo 2022!
This convention is at the Los Angeles Convention Center and will be active from July 1 to 4 of this year. Crunchyroll’s Boku no Hero Academia OVAs will have their exhibition starting at 12:00 p.m. m. July 1 PDT. Let’s see how long they take to be available to members of this platform. As I mentioned before, these episodes, which correspond to the fifth season of the anime, will hit Japanese theaters this June.
Specifically, from June 16 to 19. Among the other anime previewing on Crunchyroll is Shine On! Bakumatsu Bad Boys! (Bucchigire!), which will happen at 7:00 p.m. m. July 1 PDT. The next day, but at 11:30 a.m. m. PDT, it will be the turn of the first two episodes of Smile of the Arsnotoria the Animation. On July 2 there will still be an exhibition of FUUTO PI at 7:30 p.m. m. PDT. It seems that it is enough, but there will be more.
The second season of In/Spectre will have its preview at 3:30 p.m. m. PDT on July 3 and at the same time it will be Shoot! Goal to the Future, although only to its second episode. Other anime that will be present at the exhibitions will be Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth on July 1 at 7:00 p.m. m. PDT; YUREI DECO on July 2 at 11:30 a.m. m. PDT; and the second season of Classroom of the Elite on July 3 at 3:30 p.m. m. PDT.
The last anime with a preview and its first episode will be Blue Lock at 11:30 a.m. m. PDT on July 2 at Anime Expo 2022. Some of these series are premieres of this year’s summer season, but others will arrive after and even next year. I hope that the OVAs of Boku no Hero Academia, or My Hero Academia, will be available on Crunchyroll before the premiere of the sixth season, which will happen in the fall.
They are filler but can be fun. So if you happen to live in Los Angeles, California or are able to travel to Anime Expo 2022, the times mentioned above may be helpful. Thanks to Anime News Network for the report.