One of the most hottest and trending series being produced these days is My Hero Academia, and it is not going to slow down anytime soon. While the manga is pushing forward with the juiciest arcs of it yet, the anime is at a halt. Fans across the globe are eagerly waiting for season five to go live. Many of the netizens have a good idea of when exactly will more of the sneak-peeks of season five will drop, thanks to the news reports.
Fans got their hands on the first trailer of season five earlier this year, but it is expected that My Hero Academia will definitely be dropping some of their best content. A new report has gone live from the Weekly Shonen Jump, and it is all about the Jump Festa, the upcoming annual event that will be held virtually due to the global pandemic of the novel CoronaVirus. It plans to highlight My Hero Academia with a main stage panel.
For those who do not know much about the event, the main stage panel is a really big deal. Main stage panels are reserved only for the most significant titles that operate under Shonen jump, and they come rife with announcements. As there is nothing surprising about the fact that fans are expecting a lot from the panel, it isn’t unreasonable to be expecting a new trailer of My Hero Academia season 5 there.
As of now, there is no fixed date that has been assigned to the panel, but the Jumpa Festa will be held from December 19-20 in Japan. It will be conducted from 9 am to 5 pm JST, and it is going to be virtual. Fans across the globe can watch and enjoy due to the sans subtitles. So if the trailer for season 5 drops there, ComicBook.com will definitely be covering it live so that everyone can be seeing it.