My Hero Academia fans are given another glimpse at the upcoming war in season 6 with a poster that finally reveals the anime’s release date.
My Hero Academia season 6 finally gets an official release date. The My Hero Academia season 6 renewal came almost hand-in-hand with its season 5 finale late last year. Since then, teasers and key images have followed, promising a fall 2022 release. Between the renewal news and now, fans have been in no short supply of new content, with the release of the My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission movie, official art, trailers, OVAs, and the continued manga release. But following the season 5 cliffhanger, My Hero Academia fans have been anxious to delve back into the storyline of the anime.
This wildly popular anime starts off somewhat lighthearted, developing its darker tone as the story continues. This tonal shift became most prevalent with My Hero Academia season 5 as it sets the foundations for a season 6 shrouded in danger. With a city full of villains below, season 5 concludes with Class 1A on top of a cliff tasked with evacuating civilians, though season 6 promotional materials would suggest that the heroes-in-training won’t be kept away from the fight for long.
Now, fans finally have an exact date to mark in their calendars, as the official My Hero Academia Twitter reveals season 6 is set to premiere on October 1, 2022. This release date came attached to a battle-heavy poster promoting the upcoming season. The new visual sets up the new episodes, showing the heroes-in-training and the pro-heroes fighting side-by-side with the looming villainous threat above. Check out the original post below:
Just like seasons 1-5, My Hero Academia season 6 will be available for streaming on Crunchyroll. Although the English dub (and other language voiceovers) are expected to follow soon after the global release, there is currently no word on when the season 6 dubs will premiere. However, the English-language dubs for previous seasons have quickly followed the original Japanese, with other languages appearing soon after.
As the newly added October 1 release date fast approaches, My Hero Academia has already set high expectations. Audiences have been continuously teased with an all-out war between the heroes and the villains, which the action-packed My Hero Academia season 6 trailer seems to follow through on. Furthering this excitement is the promise that My Hero Academia season 6 will showcase the biggest battle of the series, which sets a high standard for the upcoming season of this already brutal anime.
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