The sixth season of My Hero Academia will be released in October.
It's a world where humans can acquire superpowers, neither of which are identical unless the bearers are closely related.
The sixth season will follow the Paranormal Liberation War arc from chapters 253-306 in the manga, which saw the confrontation between the pro-heroes and The League of Villains.
The audience reacted anecdotes somewhat uneasy to the anime's fifth season, which was mostly intended to serve as a foundation for the show's main narrative.
Pro Hero Hawks conducted a successful investigation into the Paranormal Liberation Front, which will serve as the foundation for the next season's confrontation between the heroes and the villains.
The two season teases illustrate the calm before the coming storm as well as give the viewers an overview of the story development. Tomura Shigaraki, the show's central antagonist, has received a significant power boost of unprecedented magnitude.
Our heroes are utterly unaware of such developments, owing to the most recent information they have obtained. However, how will they respond to the unknown power they had no clue of? Who will be able to survive the conflict, and who will not?
The sixth season of My Hero Academia will be released on October 1, 2022 in Japan after a wait of almost one year since the release of the last episode of the fifth season.
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