My Hero Academia Episode 67 Release Date

Fans may discover what Sir Nighteye’s role will be in Deku and Mirio’s journey to become the next Symbol of Peace in My Hero Academia episode 67. Anime aficionados should read on to know exactly where to watch this next chapter in subbed and dubbed formats. The My Hero Academia episode 67 release dates and times are also included below.

When is the My Hero Academia episode 67 release date?

My Hero Academia Episode 67

New episodes of My Hero Academia‘s fourth season are slated to launch on Saturdays. As of the time of this writing, episode 67 will premiere on November 9. The team behind the show will be taking a short break this upcoming week, which means that the chapter won’t be premiering on November 2.

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The best places to watch My Hero Academia are Crunchyroll and Funimation. Each company simulcasts new episodes of the show, which means that people in the U.S. and U.K. will be able to watch episode 67 not long after fans in Japan. This new chapter will debut at 1:30 AM Pacific/4:30 AM Eastern for people who reside in the U.S. and at 9:30 AM for folks who live in the U.K. There’s no escaping the fact that fans will have to wake up in the morning in order to catch My Hero Academia‘s new episodes as soon as they launch.

If episode 67 doesn’t show up on the show’s page around the times listed above, fans should check Crunchyroll and Funimation’s social media channels to glean whether or not there’s been a delay. At least we’ll always have previous episodes to enjoy!

My Hero Academia episode 67 English dub release time

My Hero Academia Episode 67

Funimation is the best place dub fans could go if they hope to catch My Hero Academia episode 67 in English, as the site is the show’s exclusive simuldub partner. This means that Funimation paid for the anime’s voice-over and that the audio probably won’t appear on a competitor’s platform anytime soon. Fans with other subscriptions may see this as a bad thing, but dub enthusiasts may be pleased to know that My Hero Academia‘s English voice-over is available soon after each new episode premieres in Japan.

My Hero Academia‘s fourth season will also air on Toonami starting November 9 at 11 PM, regardless of what coast one resides on. Seeing as how this will be when episode 64 will premiere on the channel, one can assume that episode 67 will air on November 30.