Well, we all are aware of My Hero Academia as the first episode of Season 1 was aired on our TV’s on 3rd April 2016. From that day it has been 4+years now and to date, My Hero Academia Season 5 all Episodes were released. Now, there are certain leaks around the Season 6. The officials said it is under construction and they will be planning to release it soon. So let’s find out what we can get from My Hero Academia Season 6
My Hero Academia Season 6
Recap of My Hero Academia Season 5
The Finale Episode 25 titled “The High, Deep Blue Sky” of My Hero Academia Season 5 was an exciting thriller full of twists and turns. We have seen that Izuku Midoriya talks about an impending battle against the Paranormal Liberation Front. Midoriya explains that he believes the war will be a “major incident that will shake superhuman society.” Now the thing here is this line takes back to the events of the manga series of My Hero Academia and it confirms that the upcoming 6th Season of My Hero Academia.
What to Expect in Season 6
The upcoming season will cover the Paranormal Liberation War arc, which will mark the end of the Rise of Villians Saga. Shigaraki Tomura and All For One will hatch a plan to free the main antagonist of the show and all his followers.
This will eventually lead to an increase in the strength and size of the Meta Liberation Army. Paranormal Liberation War act has 52 chapters in total. So it is most likely to be covered in Season 6 and it will require 2 course to cover it.
The heroes prepare to fight the Paranormal Liberation Front after receiving a tip from Hawks and a new source of intel in Tartarus. We will also likely to see a giant-sized villain attacked the city and killed everyone on their way. Here, Deku’s One for all powers will reach a new level and protect the lives of those people he loves the most.
If you are an anime fan, then you already know that the Season 6 announcement tweet is out already.
#BREAKING: My Hero Academia Season 6 Officially Announced 💥
Read on: https://t.co/chCRe4mWfN pic.twitter.com/jJ6XPlih5U
— My Hero Academia (@MHAOfficial) September 25, 2023
This tweet was out on Sept 25, just after the final episode of season 5. You can have a look at the official trailer of My Hero Academia Season 6.
The very first reports of Season 6 were shared by Japenese News Website Ryokutya 208. Here we came to know that the production decision is final for My Hero Academia Season 6.
After looking at the pattern of release dates of the past seasons of My Hero Academia and Shonen Jump Magazine cover information it will be out on October 2023. To know more about the production refer to the timeliness of previous seasons of My Hero Academia broadcast information below.
- Season1: October 2015 to April 2016 (6 months)
- Season2: June 2016 to April 2017 (10 months)
- Season3: September 2017 to April 2018 (7 months)
- Season4: September 2018 to October 2019 (12 months)
- Season5: April 2020 to March 2023 (11 months)
Here are all the cast for the upcoming Season 6 –
Christopher R. Sabat – All Might/Toshinori Yagi
Clifford Chapin – Katsuki Bakugō
Justin Briner – Izuku “Deku” Midoriya
Colleen Clinkenbeard – Momo Yaoyorozu
David Matranga – Shōto Todoroki
J. Michael Tatum – Tenya Iida
Justin Cook – Eijirō Kirishima
Luci Christian – Ochaco Uraraka
Monica Rial – Tsuyu Asui
Anairis Quinones – Mirko
Charlie Campbell – Gran Torino
Patrick Seitz – Endeavor
Christopher Wehkamp – Shota Aizawa
John Swasey – Shigaraki/All-For-One
Zeno Robinson – Hawks
Where to Watch
If you want to watch My Hero Academia Season 6, here are the links to the official sites that you can enjoy when it’s released:
So stay tuned at Omnitos for more details of My Hero Academia Season 6 and until then read Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 10 detailed blog post and also read the latest One Piece Episode 1004 on our website.