• A new arc begins in the upcoming "My Hero Academia" Season 4 episode
  • Pro Hero arc kicks off in episode 24
  • Endeavor will be the Number One hero

A new hero will rule the Japanese Hero Billboard Chart after All Might’s retirement. In “My Hero Academia” Season 4 episode 24, a new arc begins.

This article contains spoilers from “My Hero Academia” Season 4 episodes.

After the conclusion of the School Festival arc, fans will be getting a brand-new arc. The Pro Hero arc begins, which is the fourteenth story arc and the fifth in the Rise of Villains Saga, according to Fandom.

However, this will likely be just a teaser before the season concludes. The promo images from Weekly Shonen Magazine’s scan show Endeavor and fans have noticed a scar across his face.

In the promo trailer for the upcoming episode 24, fans get a glimpse of Endeavor. After the Kamino incident, All Might has retired and Endeavor becomes the Number One hero. The upcoming installment shows the Japanese Hero Billboard Chart event of hero rankings.

Meanwhile, the light-hearted School Festival arc concluded on a feel-good note. The chemistry between Deku and Gentle Criminal in the previous episode was refreshing.

After Gentle Criminal and La Brava’s emotional exit, the episode moved on to showcase the U.A. High’s cultural festival. The festival opened with Class 1-A’s electrifying music and dance performance and Deku’s primary objective was to bring a smile on Eri’s face. The show put up by Class 1-A blew everyone’s mind, the students performed as a unit and it was flawless and exciting.

'My Hero Academia' Season 4 episode 24 official preview

“The Japanese Hero Billboard Chart! It is a ranking of active heroes based on cases resolved, service to society, percentage of citizen support, and other factors. Now that All Might has retired, the rankings are fluctuating a lot. The one chosen to be the new number one is…”

“My Hero Academia” Season 4 Episode 24 is scheduled to release on Saturday, March 28, 2020. The episode can be live-streamed on Crunchyroll. Currently, episodes are available in Japanese with English subtitles.

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