My Hero Academia Season 6: Confirmed Release Date Status & Trailer

Even though the world is in a state of chaos, we may look forward to more My Hero Academia in the near future. There will be the sixth season of this super famous anime, which is based on Khei Horikoshi’s manga series of the same name.

The upcoming season will follow the “Paranormal Liberation War” manga arc, which spans chapters 253-306 and puts the Heroes against the Paranormal Liberation Front in a full-scale war.

After a fairly polarising fifth season, this is one of the most highly anticipated arcs in the ongoing manga. Including the premiere date and trailer for 2022, here’s everything we know about My Hero Academia Season 6 so far!

My Hero Academia Season 6
My Hero Academia Season 6


Release Date for My Hero Academia Season 6

Unfortunately, the comeback of My Hero Academia will be in the fall of 2022. It was announced as part of the expo and celebration of manga and anime in December’s Jump Festa.

The release date for Season 6 of My Hero Academia was just revealed on the cover of The Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, which did not include a more precise date as part of the Jump Festa announcement.

Trailer for My Hero Academia Season 6

The Season 6 trailer for My Hero Academia was also shown at Jump Festa. Following Season 5’s relative calm before the storm, the brief trailer promises the forthcoming war.

The “Paranormal Liberation War” storyline represents the culmination of everything that has come before, with some legendary fights and tragic emotions. Take a look at the trailer below.

113 episodes of My Hero Academia have been created by Toho and Bones and may be viewed on Funimation in subtitled or dubbed versions.

Izuku “Deku” Midoriya, a teen protagonist who has always wished to be a superhero, is given superpowers by All Might, a legendary hero. UA High School, the country’s most prestigious Hero Academy, is where he begins his training.

It’s merely the beginning, of course. The League of Villains and the Meta Liberation Army have joined to form the Paranormal Liberation Front after five seasons.

The post-credits sequence featured Class 1A gazing over a cliff towards the town of monsters. It will begin in October 2022, when “the major incident that will shake superhuman society” finally begins.

Have a peek at-

Final Lines

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