My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 8 needs no introduction. In fact, the whole series does not need one. Being one of the stars of the new-gen anime, it is a remarkable anime. Soon, episode 8 of the latest season will be out, and we can’t wait. Despite being a classic shonen manga, the show is popular among all. Its unique designs and chirpiness make it an all-time favorite from Bones.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 8 Release Date and Time
Episode 8 will be out on 15 May under the title”Match 3 Conclusion.” The episode will be out this Saturday. BNHA season 5 airs every week on Saturdays. In Japan, the anime airs on ytv and NTV. So episode 8 will release keeping up with the original schedule. For free users of Crunchyroll and Funimation, the episode will be available by 22nd May.
Timings For Global Release
In Japan, the new episode will be out by 5:30 PM JST. Globally, the timings for “Match 3 Conclusion” are given below:
- Central Time: 4:30 AM CT
- British Time: 10:30 AM BST
- Eastern Time: 5:30 AM EST
- Pacific Time: 2:30 AM PT
What Happened in My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 7?
In episode 7, “Match 3,” we saw the combat zone being moved to another part of Field Gamma due to the heavy damage caused by Class B. In another scene, All Might wonders about the previous holders while Izuku and Bakugo discuss Midoriya’s Dream. Tokoyami talks with Shoto about how he must represent the top two heroes now. Elsewhere, Enji waits to meet Shoto, for he must teach him something. As the match begins, Class A’s at a loss due to Honenuki. Todoroki, on the other hand, struggles to shake off Tetsuetsu. Lastly, we see Tenya unleashing “Recipro Turbo,” a move passed down from his brother.
Preview for Episode 8
Studio Bones has already dropped the preview for episode 8. Check it out here:
Shoto struggles against Tetsuetsu, and his steel quirk and Tenya uses a new technique. What is Todoroki’s secret plan? So what will happen in “Match 3 Conclusion”? Tune in this Saturday to find out.
Where To Watch My Hero Academia Season 5?
So far, the new season is only available on Crunchyroll and Funimation. Season 5 is also available on Animelab. However, the new season is not available anywhere else so far. You can binge the past seasons on Netflix and Amazon, apart from the above two sites.
BNHA season 5 episode 8 will be out soon, depicting the joint training arc. For a few more episodes, expect to see the rivalry of the two hero classes rise as the arc continues. My Hero Academia has got heads turning, and now, we wait for the new episode with high hopes.