In spite of everything, we can always look forward to new episodes of My Hero Academia. There will be the sixth season of this hugely famous anime, which is based on Kohei Horikoshi’s manga series of the same name, in 2022.
Following the manga’s 253-306 “Paranormal Liberation War” arc, the Heroes and the Paranormal Liberation Front will engage in a full-scale battle. After a fairly polarising fifth season, this is one of the most highly anticipated arcs in the ongoing manga. Including a premiere date and trailer for 2022, here’s all we know so far for My Hero Academia Season 6.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date
Unfortunately, the return of My Hero Academia is still some time away. Jump Festa, a celebration of all things manga and anime, announced the news at the event in December. My Hero Academia’s Season 6 premiere date of October 2022 was recently published on the cover of The Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, which provided a more exact release date than that provided at the time of the Jump Festa announcement.
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My Hero Academia Season 6 Plot
My Hero Academia’s sixth season will be based on the manga’s penultimate story arc, “Paranormal Liberation War.” We’re going to give you a brief synopsis of what’s going on in this story arc so that you’ll be ready for the show.
Tenya Iida bids her classmates a happy new year and reminds them to prepare for their hands-on reports to show off what they’ve learned from their internships and experiences as winter break comes to a close. Upon noticing Tenya’s increased enthusiasm, Denki Kaminari remarks that he has begun to feel more flexible as a result of his work-study and training.
Something falls out of Mina Ashido while he is playing with one of the security guards. Izuku Midoriya gave her this All Might key ring for Christmas, to her humiliation. Uraraka dismisses Mina’s teasing of Ochaco for this. When Eijiro Kirishima compliments Izuku for taking control of Blackwhip in the locker room, Izuku tells him he can only wield it for a short time and that it doesn’t have many uses yet, but that he considers this a strong gift that he can use.
Izuku’s head is smacked by Katsuki’s mask, causing Midoriya to bleed, stunning everyone. When the students emerge from the building, they find All Might preparing cotton candy and telling a joke that has been running through their thoughts all day. They inquire as to the whereabouts of Shota, who All Might claims mysteriously vanished. Shota and Present Mic make their way to Tartarus in the automobile, becoming increasingly angry along the way.
Arriving in Tokyo, the two wonder if what they’ve been summoned to undertake is nothing more than a great mistake. To them, Naomasa is like Nomu: a human body with various oddities, but their hearts and brains are perverted, so they aren’t regarded as living creatures, but mere puppets.
However, they came across a revelation that completely alters the course of events. For whatever reason, when the subject of the League of Villains is brought up, Kurogiri locks himself up in his cell and refuses to talk to them about anything else. Astonished, Gran Torino discovers that his Gift of Warp combines many other Gift Factors, the most prominent one being the Gift of someone they both know: their former classmate and buddy Oboro Shirakumo.
Because we didn’t want to spoil anything for those of you who haven’t read the manga, we’ve kept this little introduction to give you a taste of what’s to come.
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My Hero Academia Season 6 Cast
Daiki Yamashita/Justin Briner as Izuku Midoriya
Justin Briner is a voice actor based in the United States. Funimation has used his voice for English dubs of Japanese animated films and television programs. Izuku “Deku” Midoriya in My Hero Academia, Qwenthur Barbotage in Heavy Object, Maki Katsuragi in Stars Align, Izuku “Deku” Midoriya in My Hero Academia, and Alfonso San Valiante in Garo: The Animation are some of his best-known roles.
Nobuhiko Okamoto/Clifford Chapin as Katsuki Bakugou
Kacchan / Katsuki Bakugo’s English dub voice is Clifford Chapin, and the Japanese voice is Nobuhiko Okamoto.
- Kaito Ishikawa/John Michael Tatum as Tenya Iida.
- Ayane Sakura/Luci Christian as Ochako Uraraka.
- Yuuki Kaji/David Matranga as Shouto Todoroki.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Manga Volumes
As previously mentioned, the “Paranormal Liberation War” is the show’s penultimate story arc. Starting with chapter 253 and concluding with chapter 306, this arc contains 54 chapters, making it the longest narrative arc in Manga. A total of six tankobon volumes contain the story’s narrative arc.
Will There Be My Hero Academia Season 7?
The likelihood that My Hero Academia will return for the seventh season is high, and we don’t want to jinx anything by saying so, but For those who haven’t seen the manga’s Final Arc yet, you may expect it to be finished in time for season seven production to begin.
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My Hero Academia Season 6 Trailer
At Jump Festa, a new My Hero Academia Season 6 trailer was shown. Following Season 5’s relative calm before the storm, the brief trailer promises the forthcoming war. As the climax of everything has come before, the highly anticipated “Paranormal Liberation War” arc will feature some epic battles as well as tragic angst. See the teaser here: