My Hero Academia Season 2: Ending Explained

My Hero Academia Season 2 Finished Streaming On Netflix

The second season of the My Hero Academia anime series was produced by Bones and directed by Kenji Nagasaki. Like the first season, it adapts Kōhei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga from the rest of the third volume through the end of the eighth volume over 25 episodes and follows the adventures of Izuku Midoriya.

Towards the final episodes, Stain is finally captured, but now the hero community must deal with the consequences of their actions. As Izuku, Iida, and Todoroki recover from their fight with Stain, the other members of Class 1-A work hard at their own internships. The students return to their daily lives while All Might has a special history lesson for Izuku. It’s time to learn about One For All! Finals are coming up, and Class 1-A is going to need more than a cram session. This year, the teachers are changing the practical exams.

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The exams are turning out to be much more challenging than the students expected. Can any of the teams hold their own against a teacher? As the students of Class 1-A fight in their practical exams, their resolve to become heroes is put to the test. Midoriya and Bakugo begin their match with All Might but the two of them have different plans. The league of villains has two people wanting to join them. UA students go to the mall. When they’re at the mall everyone goes off on their own leaving Midoriya by himself where he encounters Tomura Shigaraki. The series is now streaming now on Netflix.

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