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In the universe where superpowers are prevalent, a youngster with “Quirks” (also known as “Superpowers”) is born without them in the Japanese anime series “My Hero Academia.” Izuku Midoriya, the boy, still has aspirations of becoming a superhero and attracts the attention of All Might, the greatest superhero in Japan. Midoriya doesn’t have a quirk of his own, but All Might shares his with him and enrols Midoriya at a high school for aspiring heroes.
When “My Hero Academia” released its first season in 2016, it was well-received. The fifth season of the show has just begun, and fans can’t wait for more. Here are the links to both the subtitled and dubbed versions of every season of “My Hero Academia” that you can stream or purchase.
Where to Stream Every Season of My Hero Academia
Hulu offers all five seasons of “My Hero Academia.” The first four seasons are accessible on the streaming service in both subbed and dubbed formats, whereas season 5 is currently only accessible with subtitles. Depending on whether you want the version with no ads or not, a Hulu subscription will run you either $5.99 or $11.99 a month. Especially if you plan to binge “My Hero Academia” in a month or two, this is by far the most economical method to watch the show.
Where to Buy My Hero Academia
There’s good news if you’re not a member of Hulu and don’t want to sign up: you can also purchase digital versions of the episodes elsewhere!
You may purchase the English-dubbed version of each episode on Apple for $2.99 per episode. An episode costs $1.99 if you want the original Japanese audio. For $26.99, you can purchase a season of episodes or, for later, longer seasons, half of a season.
SD versions cost $1.99 each episode while HD versions cost $2.99 on Amazon. A full season of each of seasons 1 and 2 costs $16.99, while the first half of season 3 costs $24.99 for its 13 episodes. The remaining seasons are all available for $26.99, as well as the second half of season three. The price of “My Hero Academia” on Vudu is comparable to that on Amazon.
Additionally, you can purchase “My Hero Academia” on DVD or Blu-ray. Going digital or using Hulu is probably your best option from a financial standpoint as the costs on Amazon for these range from $26 to $75 for each season.