Omoinotake to Perform My Hero Academia Season 7 Ending Theme

Omoinotake will be performing the My Hero Academia Season 7 ending theme song, titled “Tsubomi” (Flower Bud). The band previously sang theme songs for anime titles such as ONE PIECE and Horimiya. TK from Ling Tosite Sigure is performing the opening theme song “Tagatame,” which was featured in the latest trailer.

Kenji Nagasaki is the chief director for My Hero Academia 7, while Naomi Nakayama is the director. Yosuke Kuroda is in charge of the series composition. Hitomi Udashima and Yoshihiko Umakoshi are the character designers. Yuki Hayashi is once again composing the music. Further details about Omoinotake’s ending theme song will be announced at a later date, as My Hero Academia Season 7 anime doesn’t premiere until May 4.

The new season will focus on the Star and Stripe Arc. America’s top Pro Hero, Star and Stripe, voiced by Romi Park, will be coming to Japan to aid in the battle against All Might. However, he is ready to strike back and so is Tomura Shigaraki.

My Hero Academia anime is based on a manga series by Kohei Horikoshi that has been serialized in the Weekly Shonen Jump since 2014. The manga received an anime adaptation by studio BONES in 2016. Season 2 aired in 2017, followed by the third season in 2018. The fourth part of the anime series started airing in the fall of 2019 and ended in the winter of 2020. The fifth season aired in 2021, while the sixth and latest aired from October 2022 until March of last year. The franchise also has 3 movies: 

  • Two Heroes (2018)
  • Heroes:Rising (2019)
  • World Heroes’ Mission (2021)

In addition to Season 7, My Hero Academia franchise is also getting a new movie, titled You’re Next. The movie is slated to premiere this summer in Japan. A four-episode recap series, titled My Hero Academia: Memories, is currently airing.

Source: Official Website
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