In the present arc, ‘My Hero Academia’ is starting to come off as a slice-of-life anime and it’s a good thing. After all the hefty battles between the heroes and Overhaul, a little comic relief is necessary. Even the next few episodes will serve as fillers with a little bit of foreshadowing on what’s going on in the world of villains. Although these episodes will not exactly be related to the overarching plot, they’ll be dropping hints on what could happen next. So to make sure that you’re updated with this season of ‘My Hero Academia,’ read on further to know all about its upcoming episode.
When is My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 19 Release Date?
‘My Hero Academia’ Season 4 Episode 19, titled “Prepping for the School Festival is the Funnest Part”, will release on February 22, 2020. You can stream the English dubbed version of the anime on Crunchyroll and Funimation.
My Hero Academia Season 4 Episode 19 Spoilers: What to Expect?
The school festival is here and all the students of class 1-A are hyped up. When they’re all asked for suggestions for the festival, they come out with all kinds of creative activities that could be organized. But in the end, the organizers of the festival are forced to narrow it all down to only a few events because of the restriction of time. Kids of class 1-A then finally decide to have their own singing and dancing event at the festival. Later, Deku and Toga also visit the hospital to see Eri after all this time. According to Eraserhead, Eri has been calling out for them since the time she was moved to the hospital.
When they arrive there, Eraserhead and the other doctors of the hospital stand at the doorway while Deku and Toga talk to her. But she still seems to be gloomy after the events that led to so much destruction. She still blames herself for everything. When Deku asks her to smile, she seems to have no clue what it means. Deku realizes that she needs something to distract herself and for once in her life, she needs to get out there and have some fun. He asks Eraserhead if they can take Eri to the festival and he agrees. After dropping a word to the principal of the school, she’ll be able to leave. So in the next episode, while Deku and all the other kids will prepare a musical piece for the fest, Eri will be right there having fun with them.
Meanwhile, Episode 18 also hints a new villain who is pretty strong and also has a witty charm. It seems like he might have his eyes on Eri. Kenji Tsuragamae and other detectives at the police force have been seemingly keeping an eye on him but haven’t caught him yet. From what they know about him, he just seems to be chasing fame and wishes to make his name as a villain. But the source of his powers is still a mystery. In the next episode, we’ll get to see more on him and maybe, we’ll get to know what his quirk is. It also looks like he has his eyes set on something bigger. So there is a slight possibility that he’ll try to abduct Eri and use her for his advantage. And now that Eri will be out in the open during the festival, he might be able to get to her.
Apart from that, episode 19 will have more of a lighter tone to it like all the current episodes and will barely have any action scenes. Since class 1-A is forming a band, as viewers, we’ll probably get to see some good quirky music and funny arguments between all of them as they practice for the main event. Moreover, we might also get to see Eri smile for the first time. Pretty much everyone has recovered from their battle against Overhaul but Eri is still stuck there. Overhaul did get inside her head and it’s going to take her long time to fully recover. But with the help of Toga, Deku, and all the other heroes, she will surely get there. Let’s just hope that our heroes will be able to keep her out harm’s way now.