Adapted from the famous Japanese superhero manga series Boku no Hīrō Akademia, written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia has been the center of attention since its initial release in April 2016. Die-hard fans and critics also believe that this science-fantasy story is enough to compete with Marvel and DC Universe at a global level. This story has a unique and queer background which has helped the show gain a special place in the hearts of the audience. It is full of live-action drama and presents the actual core of superhero life with all kinds of Quirks that play a very important role in this series. In this article, we shall discuss My Hero Academia Season 6.
Izuku Midoriya has filled himself with full of determination throughout the storyline and has also motivated and inspired thousands of fans with his excellent character. My Hero Academia Season 5 has acted as a base for My Hero Academia Season 6 and now we have loads of live-action thrills to visit in this season. Some lucky fans are also going to witness its first episode earlier than others as it is going to premiere at the HERO FES event in Japan which is set to take place on July 24 this month. We have shared every detail available about My Hero Academia Season 6 in this article along with its release date and trailer details.
The Adventurous Story Until Season 5
Season 5 was a buildup for My Hero Academia Season 6. It followed the idea of Midoriya going for individual Quirks from past One For All Users. We came to know that Hawks was present in the audience when Tomura was giving his speech. He also handed over Best Jeanist’s body to Dabi, proving his loyalty. The league was having a secret benefactor and the Hawks has to recognize him as soon as possible. Hawks knew that the benefactor was connected to a hospital.
Tomura had made astonishing improvements in his last fight and Dr. Ujiko kept his promise of giving more quirks to him. Dr. Ujiko had promised him that he will have everything inside him after a few months including One for All, a Quirk that can’t be tamed even by All for One user. Students in the U.A. also made remarkable progress during their internships. Midoriya also now has control over Blackwhip, his secondary Quirk which makes All Might feel proud as the teacher in charge.
Something was wrong with Eri, so Tamaki and Miro inform Aizawa about Eri and it turns out that her horn is itching terribly. Midoriya receives a composition book containing every record about past users of One for All from the #1 Hero from the past, All Might. All might warns him about the unclosed secrets behind this Quirk and wishes that Midoriya acquires the Float Quirk of his mentor, Nana Shimura. In the end, we also get the answer of this secret benefactor who turns out to be Dr. Ujiko who is better known as Kyudai Garaki. All this background synopsis will help us enjoy My Hero Academia Season 6 to the fullest.
Who All are Returning in Season 6?
The Japanese superhero manga was written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi. Viz Media has been the English publisher for this amazing story. When it got adapted into anime series, Kenji Nagasaki, Tomo Ōkubo, and Masahiro Mukai were given the directional work. Kazumasa Sanjōba has produced the show along with other producers. The anime version of this story is written by Yōsuke Kuroda whereas the animation is done by Bones Studio. JNN and NNS are the original networks that have run the show whereas Animax and Adult Swim (Toonami) have aired the English versions.
Since its initial release on 3 April 2016, the series has witnessed 113+ 8 OVA episodes and its music created by Yuki Hayashi has been loved by thousands of its fans. The voices behind the characters include:
- Daiki Yamashita (Japanese) & Justin Briner (English) as Izuku Midoriya
- Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese) & Clifford Chapin (English) as Katsuki Bakugo
- Kenta Miyake (Japanese) & Christopher R. Sabat (English) as All Might
- Ayane Sakura (Japanese) & Luci Christian (English) as Ochaco Uraraka
- Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese) & J. Michael Tatum (English) as Tenya Ida
- Aoi Yuki (Japanese) & Monica Rial (English) as Tsuyu Asui
- Ryo Hirohashi (Japanese) & Brina Palencia (English) as Minoru Mineta
- Marina Inoue (Japanese) & Colleen Clinkenbeard (English) as Momo Yaoyorozu
- Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese) & Josh Grelle (English) as Fumikage Tokoyami
- Yuki Kaji (Japanese) & David Matranga (English) as Shoto Todoroki
Is There a Trailer? What About My Hero Academia Season 6 Plot?
My Hero Academia Season 6 witnessed its new trailer release days before Anime Expo 2022 and HERO FES event that is going to take place on 24 July 2022. The first episode of MHA Season 6 will also be broadcasted during this event but this is only an in-person event. So people based in Japan will be able to see this and the rest of the fans have to wait for reviews on the social media platforms.
Do you know what is more interesting? My Hero Academia Season 5 had a post-credit scene where class 1A was looking at a city occupied by supervillains. This is going to be a very major event in the MHA Universe and is surely going to take a pretty good number of episodes in season six. This arc is termed the Paranormal Liberation War where villains will unite and form a coalition of evil and darkness, raging a war against our heroes. This manga comic arc is one of the most anticipated and popular events in the manga story.
If you have checked the graphic novels of MHA, you will find this war between chapters 253 to 306. The War is going to be difficult but heroes have gathered a good amount of information to tackle these villains of the Paranormal Liberation front. All the credits go to the reconnaissance work from Hawks. Do you wish to know more? We have a hint for you, which is the heroes will not be left the same after this war and the climax will witness major changes. Now you are free to make guesses about the plot and share your views with us.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Schedule
The fall of 2022 anime season is getting bigger and bigger with every passing month. Highly anticipated shows like Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 and Spy X family Part 2 are going to air during the fall of 2022 and My Hero Academia Season 6 is also one of them. All these three big releases are going to occur in the month of October. Fans may have not waited for October this much before as it is going to be full of action, romance, sitcom, and fantasy superhero drama.
Although My Hero Academia Season 6 was confirmed to be released in October by the end of last year. MHA is going to take a dark turn and all the revelations about Season 6 have indicated that the anime world is going to have a blast this October. Hope this anticipation of fans for months turns fruitful and season 6 turns out to be a blockbuster for MHA Universe. Let us know your views about My Hero Academia Season 6 in the comments below and stay tuned to receive further details about Season 6.
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