Class is now in session at the hero academy!

Earlier today, the official My Hero Academia anime’s official website and Twitter account went live. The website features a splash image announcing the adaptation.

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The site also features a teaser image, drawn by series creator Kōhei Horikoshi.

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The show’s Twitter account features a pair of tweets, one announcing the new anime series, the other talking up the show’s new website.

Rough Translation: [TV Anime Series Greenlit!] The latest issue of “Weekly Shonen Jump” reveals that “My Hero Academia” by Horikoshi Kohei is getting a TV anime series! Thank you, everyone! The official website is here → http://Heroaca.Com – We recommend using the hashtag → #Heroaca_a

Rough Translation: We’ve received an autographed message and illustration from Horikoshi Kohei! We’ve posted it to the official “My Hero Academia” website. Check it out → http://Heroaca.Com #Heroaca_a

Viz Media currently holds the domestic rights to the My Hero Academia manga, which they publish digitally. New chapters of the series are added each week, concurrent with the Japanese release.

Source: Twitter (My Hero Academia)