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How To Watch ‘My Hero Academia’ in Order

There’s a lot to watch when to comes to My Hero Academia.

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While not as mind meltingly confusing as trying to keep all the canon content of One Piece straight, the series certainly ventures into the weeds with all of the OVA.’s. So because I love you, dear reader of The Mary Sue, I’ve created a watch order all of My Hero Academia so you don’t break your brain trying to figure it out yourself.

I actually did break my brain a little. Like I said, there’s a lot to My Hero Academia. But the doctors said that the nosebleeds should eventually stop.

*nose gushes blood*

“Eventually” being the operative word.

So here is is…

  • My Hero Academia: Season 1
  • My Hero Academia: Save! Rescue Training! (OVA)
  • My Hero Academia: Season 2
  • My Hero Academia: Training of the Dead (OVA)
  • My Hero Academia: All Might: Rising (Special Episode)
  • My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (Movie)
  • My Hero Academia: Season 3
  • My Hero Academia: Make it! Do-or-Die Survival Training (OVA)
  • My Hero Academia: Season 4
  • My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising (Movie)
  • My Hero Academia: Season 5
  • My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission (Movie)
  • My Hero Academia: Season 6

And that’s it. Please don’t make me do that again. I don’t care what happens after season 6. Figure it out yourself. I need rest. I need electrolytes. I need a firm hug. I need bouquet after bouquet of flowers in my room. And I need you to call a priest in case I don’t get better. Not to confess my sins, no, no. I tied a thin piece of rope at the bottom of the doorway and I want to watch him trip so I can enter through the gates of hell laughing.

Here’s how you can watch My Hero Academia online

My Hero Academia is currently available for streaming on both Crunchyroll and Hulu. However, if you run into any location-based restrictions trying to stream through either of these platforms, you might want to consider using a VPN (or Virtual Private Network).

VPNs allow you to alter your viewing location to another country and access more shows & movies across all your streaming platforms of choice. The easiest way to get a VPN is by signing up for a paid VPN service, such as ExpressVPN or NordVPN. Even better, both options offer a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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Jack Doyle
Jack Doyle (they/them) is actually nine choirs of biblically accurate angels in crammed into one pair of $10 overalls. They have been writing articles for nerds on the internet for less than a year now. They really like anime. Like... REALLY like it. Like you know those annoying little kids that will only eat hotdogs and chicken fingers? They're like that... but with anime. It's starting to get sad.

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