‘My Hero Academia’: How to watch the movies and the series in order?

The acclaimed anime already has five seasons and three movies already released.

My Hero Academia It is the quintessential anime for both children and adults. The story of Izuku Midoriya has managed to dazzle numerous fans around the world, managing to have tthree films already released and five seasons, with a sixth premiere pending.

But how to see everything in order? Marvel has not been a pioneer in making series and movies that expand the proposed universe. The anime has always done it first by adapting the manga to a series and then, if it is a resounding success, making the odd movie. Like what has happened with Naruto or One Piece.

The difference with Marvel is that nothing would happen if the anime fan did not see the movie, but they would miss out on expanding the history of some characters and key moments. So is the case with My Hero Academia. Below, we have ordered the anime series and movies as you should see them along with where they are available.

Season 1

Season 1 of ‘My Hero Academia’

Episodes: 13

Izuku Midoriya is a boy who was born without any supernatural power in a world where 80% of the population is born with a gift that is used to do good or evil. Despite everything, his destiny changes radically when he meets All Might in person, the superhero he idolizes above all else.

Available in Netflix

Season 2

Episodes: 25

Izuku Midoritya, or Deku according to his superhero name, has managed to enter the superhero school with a group of young people with powers. Once inside, he must face the Sports Festival where he is watched by the world and where other superheroes can take them in as trainees for a period of time.

Available in Netflix

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

Deku travels with All Might to the I Expo located on 1-Island. There the mythical superhero meets an old friend from the United States. But what seemed to be a one-time trip turns into a group trip when he discovers that all of his companions have also been to this great event for superheroes from all over the world.

Available in Prime Video

Season 3

Episodes: 25

Having more than passed the test of having to fight against their superhero teachers, the young protagonists prepare to go to the summer camp that is located in a forest. On their way they will meet another group of heroines called the Wild Wild Pussycats.

Not available on any platform

Season 4

Episodes: 25

After All Might has retired as a superhero, the whole world is looking for his successor. Deku asks All Might to introduce him to his old partner Sir Nighteye, but he refuses. Finally, he manages to meet this one who will test his abilities to be able to join or not his agency for the Study of Work.

Available in Crunchyroll

My Hero Academia: Heroes Awaken

second movie of My Hero Academia where Deku and his group of friends and fellow superheroes must face a new villain who controls the will of whoever touches his bandages along with another of the most powerful villains they have faced so far. All this when this group of young superheroes travel to a warm island in the south of Japan.

Available in Prime Video

Season 5

Episode: 25

The last season to premiere myhero academy Deku has finally managed to awaken the power of One For All. Meanwhile, Class 1-A is given a training mission to fight hypothetical villains. More is also known of the famous League of Villains.

Available in Crunchyroll

My Hero Academia: World Heroes Quest

The latest movie to be released from the anime series. This time, Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki are interning at a hero office. During that time, they find themselves involved in a mission to save the world from special bombs that have been hidden throughout the land by the criminal organization Humanize. However, Deku is involved in an incident that makes him the most persecuted in the entire country.

Not available on any platform