My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date
My Hero Academia producer Yoshihiro Oyabu thanked viewers for watching the season and guaranteed them (through Twitter) that the show will “come back with a fresh and expanded version” immediately after the release of the season 5 finale.
Additionally, the conclusion of My Hero Academia season 5 intimated that the series would return by featuring a “TO BE CONTINUED IN THE 6th SEASON” motif. Since then, it has also come to light that the sixth season of My Hero Academia would follow the “Paranormal Liberation War” arc of the manga, which shows a deadly fight between the pro-heroes and The League of Villains.
At The Hero Fest 2022, it was revealed that the premiere date for the sixth season of My Hero Academia will be October 1, 2022, on the streaming service Crunchyroll. Preceding the October 2022 launch of the third season, on August 1st, 2022, Crunchyroll will begin streaming the first two episodes of the original video anime based on the series. Studio Bones is responsible for making the next sixth season of My Hero Academia, which will likely have the same number of episodes as prior seasons.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Plot
The fifth season of My Hero Academia closed with a post-credits sequence featuring Class 1A staring out onto a city populated by supervillains. The Paranormal Liberation War is a major event in their world, thus it seems sensible that it will be the focus of season six. The bad guys will establish a super-coalition of evil and wage war on our heroes as a result.
In addition to being one of the most talked-about plots in the manga, there are plenty of reasons to look forward to this volume. For those who are just now reading the graphic novels, the Paranormal Liberation War occupies chapters 253 to 306.
Without giving too much away, Hawks’ sneaky spying has provided the Heroes with enough information to take on the Paranormal Liberation Front head-on. However, keep in mind that by the end of this conflict, our heroes will look nothing like they did at the end of the fifth season.
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My Hero Academia Season 6 Cast
The following voice actors, both in Japanese and English, will return for season six:
• Justin Briner; Daiki Yamashita (of Japan); Izuku Midoriya (English)
• Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Clifford Chapin; Katsuki Bakugo (English)
• Kenta Miyake (of Japanese descent); Christopher R. Sabat (English)
• Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Luci Christian; Ochaco Uraraka (English)
• J. Michael Tatum; Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese); Tenya Ida (English)
• Monica Rial; Tsuyu Asui — Aoi Yuki (Japanese) (English)
• Minoru Mineta — Brina Palencia; Ryo Hirohashi (Japanese); (English)
• Momo Yaoyorozu: Colleen Clinkenbeard and Japanese actress Marina Inoue (English)
• Josh Grelle and Yoshimasa Hosoya (both of Japan’s Fumikage Tokoyami) (English)
• Yuki Kaji (Japanese); David Matranga; Shoto Todoroki (English)
My Hero Academia is currently one of the most well-liked shonen anime and manga series. Fans were ecstatic when the premiere date for season 6 of My Hero Academia was announced, and one of them had just completed watching the series and tweeted, “Finished Season 5 of My Hero Academia ONA.” It’s funny to see how the characters enjoy themselves and joke around before the disaster, which I assume was built up with some happy emojis. Another excited viewer for Season 6 posted a selfie on social media with the caption “Finally the wait ended.” This shows how much interest there is in the series.
Where To Watch My Hero Academia Season 6?
Subscribers count on Crunchyroll to host the episodes as soon as they become available. My Hero Academia is a popular Japanese anime, and every week, Yomiuri TV airs all of the new episodes so that fans can catch up on their televisions. In addition, the OVAs for Season 5 will be made available on Crunchyroll on August 1, 2022.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Trailer
This year’s Jump Festa 2022 will contain more than simply Jujutsu Kaisen 0 and Bleach updates. During the My Hero Academia stage event, which also featured a showcase of numerous unreleased works of art, attendees heard a discussion of the manga’s conclusion.
The icing on the cake was a sneak peek at Season 6 of My Hero Academia in a teaser video. The clip was only 45 seconds long, but it did a great job of setting the mood for the MHA group. Discussions on the My Hero Academia comics, which are anticipated to debut in 2022, will force a complete overhaul of the pace of the anime series.
Season 5 of MHA was far less exciting than in previous years. Season 6 will, nevertheless, be the most exciting and tense one yet. While you wait, check out the movie’s official trailer.
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