My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date Status, Cast, Spoilers And Updates
It would be easy to compare My Hero Academia to Marvel and DC heroes in a world full of them. But this standout anime, which is based on the same-named manga series by Kohei Horikoshi, is much more emotional and often stranger than almost anything else made by either of these studios.
My Hero Academia, which isn’t a live-action show, gets to the heart of superhero stories with all kinds of quirks. We mean that in every sense of the word. So it’s no surprise that this show keeps going with the same kind of determination that helps Izuku Midoriya at UA High.
But season five was more controversial than usual, so what does the future hold for this show? Come to Digital Spy, where we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the sixth season of My Hero Academia.
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My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date Information
My Hero Academia will come back in the fall of 2022, which is still a long way off. The announcement was made at the Jump Festa event in December, which is a show and party for manga and anime. The Jump Festa announcement didn’t give a more specific date, but the magazine The Weekly Shonen Jump recently put My Hero Academia on the cover and said that Season 6 will come out in October 2022.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Cast: Who’s In It?
My Hero Academia has a huge cast, so here’s a list of the main Japanese and English voice actors who we think will be back for season six:
• Izuku Midoriya — Daiki Yamashita (Japanese); Justin Briner (English)
• Katsuki Bakugo — Nobuhiko Okamoto (Japanese); Clifford Chapin (English)
• All Might — Kenta Miyake (Japanese); Christopher R. Sabat (English)
• Ochaco Uraraka — Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Luci Christian (English)
• Tenya Ida — Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese); J. Michael Tatum (English)
• Tsuyu Asui — Aoi Yuki (Japanese); Monica Rial (English)
• Minoru Mineta — Ryo Hirohashi (Japanese); Brina Palencia (English)
• Momo Yaoyorozu — Marina Inoue (Japanese); Colleen Clinkenbeard (English)
• Fumikage Tokoyami — Yoshimasa Hosoya (Japanese); Josh Grelle (English)
• Shoto Todoroki — Yuki Kaji (Japanese); David Matranga (English)
My Hero Academia Season 6 Plot Details
At the end of the fifth season of My Hero Academia, there was a scene after the credits where Class 1A looked out at a city full of bad guys. This gave us a hint about the next big plot, which is called the “Paranormal Liberation War.”
Based on chapters 253–306 of the manga, this arc is a full-scale war between our heroes and a group of villains working together. It is easily one of the most famous stories in the fandom.
Without giving too much away, the Heroes now know enough about the Paranormal Liberation Front to face them head-on. This is thanks in large part to Hawks’ sneaky spy work. And when this fight is over, our heroes won’t be the same as they were at the end of season five.
今夏配信スタート、それに先駆けて6月16日(木)の #ヒーローデー より4日間限定先行上映!
— 僕のヒーローアカデミア／ヒロアカ アニメ公式 (@heroaca_anime) May 9, 2022
Before that, though, Studio Bones has also said that fans who can’t wait for new episodes will get two new OVAs. In a cute nod to the sports shonen genre, the first one, called “HLB,” will be about our heroes playing baseball. Watch for it in June of 2022.
Trailer Of My Hero Academia Season 6
Around August or September 2022, My Hero Academia is likely to show more new footage. In the meantime, you can watch the trailer above to see what’s happened in the lead-up to season six.