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My Hero Academia Season 2 (2017)
僕のヒーローアカデミア (Boku no Hīrō Akademia)


The second season picks up right after the first season events. The first half of this season cover the school sports festival. This was a great opportunity for the students to show off their Quirks to professional heroes. There were various events that pit the student of U.A. against each other. The second half of the season covers the class 1-A internship, the confrontation with Stain, a hero killer, and the final exam.
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The second season aired from April 1 to September 30, 2017, on NTV and YTV, with the staff and cast from the first season returning to reprise their roles.

Alternative title

– My Hero Academia Season 2
– Boku no Hero Academia (2017)
– 僕のヒーローアカデミア (2017)
– My Hero Academia Saison 2
– 나의 히어로 아카데미아 (2017)
– Boku no Hero Academia 2
– 我的英雄學院
– Моя геройская академия
– Моята академия на героите

TL;DR Review

My Hero Academia (Japanese: 僕のヒーローアカデミア Hepburn: Boku no Hīrō Akademia) is a superhero manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi.

The animation is just as beautiful and fluid as the first season, if not even better.

There are four theme songs for this season. Two opening and two ending themes. The stand-out songs are “Peace Sign” by Yonezu Kenshi, “Dakara, Hitori ja Nai” by Little Glee Monster, and “Datte Atashi no Hero” by Lisa. They are the first opening theme, first ending, and the second ending respectively.

The second season picks up where the first season left off. As with the first season, that introduced us to class 1-A, this season further fleshed them out and include class 1-B and other minor characters. We delve further into their drives and struggles.

Unfortunately, there is one filler episode in the second season of My Hero Academia, and it’s episode 32 (ep 19/25). This episode shows what some of the other characters did during their internships, particularly Tsuyu/Froppy. You’ll hardly even notice it was a filler.

Just like the first season, the first half starts out with a very light tone, and it’s a tournament. The second half again took on a darker tone. We are seeing more movement from the villain side. This season is also more pervy with how prominent Midnight is featured.

I highly recommend this anime for the fan of the series. My Hero Academia contains graphic violence and mild suggestive themes/dialogs. Intended for young adults.

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Featured Music

My Hero Academia Season 2 (2017)

A collection of notable music and song from this series.


Opening Theme

– “Peace Sign” (ピースサイン) by Kenshi Yonezu (eps 14-26)
– “Sora ni Utaeba” (空に歌えば lit. If I Sing to the Sky) by amazarashi (eps 27-38)

Closing Theme

– “Dakara, Hitori ja nai” (だから、ひとりじゃない lit. Therefore, I am not Alone) by Little Glee Monster (eps 14-26)
– “Datte Atashi no Hero” (だってアタシのヒーロー lit. Still My Hero) by LiSA (eps 27-38)

Insert/Image Theme

– “Datte Atashi no Hero” by Lisa (ep 25)
Izuku Midoriya
My motivation might seem trivial compared to yours, but I can’t lose, either. I have to live up to the hopes of those who supported me.”
Shoto Todoroki
“Should we have let people die, all in the name of the law? Isn’t it a hero’s job to save people?”
Shigaraki Tomura
“Heroes and villains both thrive on violence, but we’re still categorized. “You’re good” “You’re evil”. That’s how it is! Symbol of peace? Hah! In the end you’re just a tool for violence, made to keep us down. And violence only breeds more violence.”
All Might
The most inflated egos are often the most fragile.”
Izuku Midoriya
“All men are not created equal.”
Shoto Todoroki
If you wanna stop this, then stand up” Because I’ve got one thing to say to you. Never forget who you want to become!”
All Might
“Whether you win or lose, looking back and learning from your experience is a part of life.”



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