My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date Confirm With Trailer

My Hero Academia Anime

At the Jump Festa 2022 event, the first promotional video of the anime series ” My Hero Academia season 6″, the adaptation of anime Kohei Horikoshi’s manga My Hero Academia, was released.

It confirms the debut is set for the fall 2022 season October-December and also that it is the Paranormal Liberation War Arc will be adapted.

The fifth season debuted in Japan on March 27 and comprised a total of 25 episodes. The channels Crunchyroll, as well as Funimation, are responsible for distribution throughout the West.

In the meantime, Horikoshi began publishing the manga Boku no Hero Academia in the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump publisher Shueisha in July 2014. The literary franchise has now surpassed 50 million copies and has been accumulated.

About Boku no Hero Academia

A four-year-old boy woke up and realized that the world wasn’t fair. Eighty percent of the population have special abilities that are referred to as quirks, which have provided many with the power to fulfill their childhood fantasies of becoming superheroes a reality.

However, Izuku Midoriya was one of the rare people who were born with no rarity and was subject to discrimination due to it. But, he is determined not to abandon his goal to become a superhero. Determined to achieve what is impossible, Izuku aims his eyes at the elite hero-training Academy, UA Academy.

However, everything is changed when a chance encounter occurs with Izuku’s top idol and hero, All Might. Finding out that his dreams are not dead and that he is not powerless, the boy goes through special training and works more than ever before.

In the end, this allows him to become All Might’s heir, and, with his newly acquired capabilities, he can enter the school he is chosen to begin his difficult process to become the next great superhero on earth.


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