My Hero Academia Season 3 Part 1 Listed by Retailers

The third season of anime sensation My Hero Academia will be coming to homes in the UK & Ireland from this May courtesy of Manga Entertainment, according to listings on retailers and

My Hero Academia: Season Three Part One is listed by both as having separate Standard Edition DVD and Blu-ray releases, as well as a Combi Pack Collector’s Edition, which are scheduled for released on 13th May 2019. The Collector’s Edition is listed by Anime-On-Line with an SRP of £64.99. At time of writing, the contents of the Collector’s Edition have yet to be confirmed and releases are currently unavailable for pre-order on Amazon.

This will mark the third distributor to release the popular TV anime in the United Kingdom, following Universal’s Collector’s Edition exclusive release of Season One, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Standard Edition-only stint with Season Two. Manga Entertainment previously released the theatrical film My Hero Academia: Two Heroes in cinemas last December, and will be releasing the title on DVD, Blu-ray and a Blu-ray steelbook Collector’s Edition on 9th April.

First broadcast in April last year, the series was a smash-hit and even went on to win multiple accolades in our Readers’ Choice Awards 2018, including Best TV Anime and Best Single Episode!

Funimation Entertainment, who are releasing the series in North America, describe the series as follows:

Summer is here, and the heroes of Class 1-A and 1-B are in for the toughest training camp of their lives! A group of seasoned pros pushes everyone’s Quirks to new heights as the students face one overwhelming challenge after another. Braving the elements in this secret location becomes the least of their worries when routine training turns into a critical struggle for survival.

The series is currently available for streaming on Funimation Now, with Seasons 2-3 also streaming on Crunchyroll.

We have reached out to Manga UK for comment and will update this article with any new information we receive.

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