My Hero Academia Season 6 Trailer, Is The Anime Worth Watching Or Not?

Anime and manga fans throughout the world love My Hero Academia. The first episode of the anime series aired on April 3, 2016, and there have been five seasons and three anime movies since then. It wasn’t until the recent Jump Festa ’22 event that we obtained formal word about the show’s sixth season, which was a certainty. My Hero Academia Season 6 trailer is here, and we’ve got all the information you need to know about it.

It was confirmed when the final episode of season five aired that My Hero Academia season six was coming. Recently, it was revealed that “Paranormal Liberation War” will be adapted for the show’s sixth season, which will debut in the Fall of 2022, more precisely in October of that year. There hasn’t been any more information published than a few images. The next few months will bring more details.

The rest of this page will provide you with all the details you need to know about My Hero Academia’s upcoming sixth season. Discover the release date, if a trailer will be available, and more about one of today’s most popular anime series here at Anime News Network.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Release Date

September 25, 2021, marked the end of the fifth season of My Hero Academia. Considering how well-received the program had been, the news that it would be returning for the sixth season wasn’t entirely shocking at the time. We had to wait until Jump Festa ’22 in December to learn anything new from the anime series, which initially showed virtually little.

A new season of My Hero Academia will premiere in the fall of 2022, which is a little later than normal given that the previous five seasons of the show debuted in the spring of their respective years. Until we learn more about a release date that is more certain.

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My Hero Academia Season 6 English Dub Release Date

My Hero Academia season six’s dub has yet to be announced. However, whether it will be an immediate release or a later one is still up in the air, and it isn’t certain when it will come out (and whether it will be released at all). Any updates on the dub will have to wait for a little longer.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Plot

The “Paranormal Liberation War,” the manga’s penultimate story arc, will be adapted for the sixth season of My Hero Academia, as we now know. We’ll give you a quick rundown of what happened in this story arc to get you ready for the show.

When Tenya Iida’s winter vacation is over, she sends her classmates best wishes for the New Year and reminds them to get their hands-on reports ready to demonstrate what they have learned throughout their internships and other work-based learning opportunities this semester. That’s why Denki Kaminari sees Tenya’s excitement, and to which Tenya responds that his work-study and instruction have made him feel more flexible.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Cast

My Hero Academia Season 6 Cast
My Hero Academia Season 6 Cast

Christopher R. Sabat – All Might/Toshinori Yagi

American voice actor, ADR engineer, voice director, and line producer Christopher Robin Sabat works for Funimation and OkraTron 5000.

Clifford Chapin – Katsuki Bakugō

Clifford Samuel Chapin IV is a voice actor and director for Funimation and Bang Zoom! Entertainment in the United States.

Colleen Clinkenbeard – Momo Yaoyorozu

Colleen Smith Clinkenbeard (born April 13, 1980) is a voice actress, ADR director, line producer, and writer for Funimation. Her role as the English voice of Rachel Moore in the long-running detective series Case Closed was one of her most notable beginnings. She also acted as the Co-ADR director for Fullmetal Alchemist, which aired in 2004 on Adult Swim, and went on to star in numerous other notable anime dubs. Notable for voicing Monkey D. Luffy in One Piece, Momo Yaoyorozu in My Hero Academia, and Erza Scarlet in Fairy Tail.

Other Members

  • David Matranga – Shōto Todoroki
  • Patrick Seitz – Endeavor
  • Monica Rial – Tsuyu Asui

How Many Manga Volumes Will My Hero Academia Season 6 Cover?

In My Hero Academia, the “Paranormal Liberation War” represents the penultimate story arc. A total of 54 chapters comprised this arc, which began with chapter 253 and concluded with chapter 306 to rank as the manga’s longest narrative arc. A total of six tankbon volumes have been compiled to tell the story.

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My Hero Academia Season 6 Trailer

My Hero Academia Season 6 will have a trailer, and we’re happy to share it with you now. September 25, 2021, marked the publication of the first teaser trailer for season six, following the final episode of season five.

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