Star and Stripe working with her pilots from My Hero Academia Season 7
(Bones Studio)

Don’t Call Me a Hero: Here’s All the ‘My Hero Academia’ Arcs in Order

There are so many My Hero Academia arcs! What am I ever to do? If only there were someone, anyone who could organize all of the My Hero Academia arcs in order so that my ADHD-rattled brain could understand. I looked to the horizon, but no hero was coming to save me.

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It’s time to take matters into my own hands. Behold, the list of MHA arcs!

My Hero Academia Season 1:

  1. Entrance Exam Arc (Episodes 1-4)
  2. Quirk Apprehension Test Arc (Episodes 5-6)
  3. Battle Trial Arc (Episodes 7-8)
  4. U.S.J. Arc (Episodes 9-13)

My Hero Academia Season 2:

  1. U.A. Sports Festival Arc (Episodes 13.5-25)
  2. Vs. Hero Killer Arc (Episodes 26-33)
  3. Final Exam Arc (Episodes 34-38)

My Hero Academia Season 3:

  1. Forest Training Camp Arc (Episodes 39-45)
  2. Hideout Raid Arc (Episodes 46-50)
  3. Provisional License Exam Arc (Episodes 51-61)
  4. Beginning of the Shie Hassaikai Arc (Episodes 62-63)

My Hero Academia Season 4:

  1. The Shie Hassaikai Arc (Episodes 64-78)
  2. Remedial Course Arc (Episodes 79-80)
  3. U.A. School Festival Arc (Episodes 81-86)
  4. Part One of the Pro Hero Arc (Episodes 87-88)

My Hero Academia Season 5:

  1. Part Two of the Pro Hero Arc (Episodes 89-90)
  2. Joint Training Arc (Episodes 91-101)
  3. Endeavor Agency Arc (Episodes 102-107, 113)
  4. Meta Liberation Army Arc (Episodes 108-112)

My Hero Academia Season 6:

  1. Paranormal Liberation War Arc (Episodes 114-126)
  2. Dark Hero Arc (Episodes 127-138)

As for season seven, we know from the manga that those arcs will be:

  1. Tartarus Escapees Arc
  2. Star and Stripe Arc
  3. U.A. Traitor Arc
  4. Current Arc (The that’s rolling out as we speak. As I write and you read. W/e.)

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