My Hero Academia Soundtrack Reveal Teases Major Season 5 Spoilers

My Hero Academia's official soundtrack reveal teases some major spoilers for Season 5 of the series! The fifth season is now well underway as the first two episodes of the series have not only reintroduced fans to the extended cast, but have started to set the stage for its first major arc. With the new season confirmed to be running for over 20 episodes in total, there has been a wonder as to how far this new season will go in terms of adapting Kohei Horikoshi's original manga series. With the reveal of its official soundtrack, we have gotten a good idea of what to expect.

After all, My Hero Academia is known very well for its music, and Yuki Hayashi is to thank for the tracks. The composer has overseen work on the show since its first season, and this fifth soundtrack promises to be something special judging by the track names. Of course, the name come with some big spoilers, and you can find the titles below:

  • Go, Plus Ultra
    So Classmate Were Born of Worthy Competition
    Successor
    A vs B
    Quirk Don-Pachi Great Exchange
    What to Inherit
    The Mission of the Stealth Hawk
    Different Ability Liberation Army
    My Villain Academia
    Second Coming
    Gigantomachia
    Mine Woman
    Toga's Nature
    Symbol of Fear
    I Don't Kill My Friends
    Re-Destro
    Paranormal Liberation Front
    Sound of the Holidays

As you can see above, the OST tracks seem to reference specific moments from the anime's next arcs. "A vs B" is no doubt referencing the joint training mission coming for Izuku's class next week. As for "The Mission of the Stealth Hawk", we can assume that track refers to Hawk and his mission to infiltrate the League of Villains. And of course, "My Villain Academia" is going to shift its focus on Shigaraki and the gang as season five moves forward.

Clearly, My Hero Academia has a lot in store for this year, and fans will not want to miss out on what's to come. So if you aren't caught up on season five just yet, you can stream the anime on Funimation or Crunchyroll today!

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