The order of anime arcs can be a bit confusing at times, leaving you wondering when certain episodes take place and what story they were part of. With so many side stories and spin-offs, My Hero Academia is definitely one of those anime that you might need help keeping track of, especially when it comes to figuring out how much there is left to adapt. Here’s everything you need to know about all arcs of My Hero Academia, in order.
Before we get down to business, it’s important to note that there are three different Sagas for My Hero Academia: UA Beginnings, Rise of Villains, and Final Act. Currently, the anime is almost at the end of Rise of Villains, quickly approaching the Final Act.
***Spoiler warning: You’ll definitely want to avoid reading past where the anime has been adapted so far if you haven’t read the manga, as these titles will spoil some pretty big upcoming events and shed light on some other mysteries as well. ** *
All arcs of My Hero Academia in order
Saga of the beginnings of UA
The Rise of Villains Saga
Of the three sagas, this is the one that is a bit out of place compared to the manga. Instead of the villains’ Meta Liberation Army arc happening all at once, it starts in episode 100, then isn’t seen again until episode 108.
An episode of the Paranormal Liberation War arc is also released in the middle of that. The anime is currently in that arc once again with episode 113. After that, we’ve officially hit the wall where the manga is a bit ahead. so beware of spoilers after this section.
Final Act Saga (SPOILERS AHEAD)
That’s all you need to know about all arcs of My Hero Academia, in order. If you’re still looking for more information on the game, be sure to check out the rest of Twinfinite for the rest of our guides, which have plenty of tips, tricks, and FAQs.
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