Boku no Hero Academia 3rd Season

My Hero Academia Season 3

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Japanese: 僕のヒーローアカデミア
English: My Hero Academia Season 3
German: My Hero Academia 3. Staffel
Spanish: My Hero Academia Temporada 3
French: My Hero Academia Saison 3
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Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 7, 2018 to Sep 29, 2018
Premiered: Spring 2018
Broadcast: Saturdays at 17:30 (JST)
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Bones
Source: Manga
Genre: ActionAction
Themes: SchoolSchool, Super PowerSuper Power
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 8.031 (scored by 14092761,409,276 users)
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Ranked: #5722
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Popularity: #26
Members: 2,136,804
Favorites: 12,658

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Action .....just raw, awesome action  
report Recommended by Holo4Life
Both set in a class Both use all characters in class and theyre really good  
report Recommended by Vetroxity
Both are about fighting with unique powers to become stronger, although unlike BNHA fairy tail is set in a medieval/fantasy time period while BNHA takes place far into the future. Both animes also feature a large cast of characters class (1-a/guild) that are comedic (kinda) and all have their own backstories and motivations. Fairy tail is much much larger than BNHA and is getting its final season in Fall. 
report Recommended by Chadward
Both Protagonists aims to be a HERO of JUSTICE. MHA gives the same feeling, but personally for me, it is better than Enen No Shouboutai.  
report Recommended by Doutei-kun
Both Haikyuu and BNHA give off the same vibe, every episode gives me an adrenaline rush and gets me super exited. Whilst Haikyuu is more down to earth and has amazing comedy, and BNHA makes good use of the 'superpower genre', they both almost have the same intentions behind them. They both have a massive cast, which makes way for some great ships ;). The main character lacks something that is necessary and the makes up for it/receives it and has to learn to use it. The power of teamwork is prevalent in both shows and I feel like their core values are the  read more 
report Recommended by Choklite
- Both anime has characters who can use superpowers. - The MC in both anime is a guy who has strong sense of justice. - The characters in both anime has strong friendship. - The antagonist in both anime has backstories. 
report Recommended by Aidayo
If you like action packed stories and a crazy cast then Baki is a go to. Similar to BNHA in the loud fightings and training with a love story in the background to add some romantic feel seen in the youth. PS: Baki fighting scenes are far more gore packed which I am not against at all. 
report Recommended by BRAVEBEAR
- attack on school from enemies using magic - teacher-student relationships - sport festivals - rivalry between student groups - non fantasy setting For people who like school settings more oriented on combat. 
report Recommended by Kareblis
( SLIGHT SPOILERS ) - A school full of kids with powers - In U.A. there is a traitor and in talentless nana, there will be a traitor as well. - The main character doesn't have a power ( I know Midoriya get's a quirk but he was quirkless at first. ) 
report Recommended by aidenzhao
Both are action packed hero based series that follow the inter-workings and every day lives of super heroes Both have a somewhat similarity of comics heroes of western culture 
report Recommended by Jus1294
Both series protagonists are given power by another person and both were powerless before, that person becomes their teacher for both series and eventually they grow stronger wanting to protect their friends. 
report Recommended by RapidShadow
They Are has great world-building, a large cast of characters, and themes such as friendship, loyalty, and overcoming adversity. 
report Recommended by FAKECROSS97
Fun and enjoyable, but dark tone at heart. Both have great animation, and epic fight scenes. Both shows are about children striving to become heros/ninjas and protect society from evil. The dynamic between Naruto and Sasuke vs Midoriya and Bakugou is very similar. 
report Recommended by tehpoonages
Action adventure anime following a shy boy who unlocks great power within himself with the help of his mentor figure to confront evil. Sound familiar? 
report Recommended by Axelthrow
1. Both anime show us a complex relationship between two main, male characters. 2. Both anime are more appealing towards female fanbase (and their off-brand fan fictions show that as well) 3. Both anime have pretty boys doing cool stuff with IQ >200 
report Recommended by fallowy
These are both the most recent seasons of extremely popular Hero/Super powered anime series. Both shows have a hero theme and hero association & villain based world building. Both shows have great humour as well as characters & character designs. Follows the story of the strongest hero, although My Hero acts as an origin story and Midoriya is yet to reach his greatest heights. Both seasons also have particularly interesting villains. 
report Recommended by JVskunkape
Both recent hit Shonen Jump series, both have plenty of action scenes with interesting abilities and power ups. Both have a huge range of interesting characters with great world building, so much so that even many of the much smaller supporting characters are very well rounde and interesting with appealing designs. Both have talking animal-esque yet humanoid characters. Both have amazing soundtracks. 
report Recommended by JVskunkape
Both "Hero" anime with large scale & intense battles. Both have wide range of different characters with great character designs and soundtracks. Both have great comedy with To Be Heroine being slight more immature and crass. Both continuations from an prequel hit "Hero" anime. 
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