Kohei Horikoshi has written and illustrated the manga series for My Hero Academia. Weekly Shonen Jump serialized this manga in 2014. The anime debut of the same happened in 2016. Both the anime and manga are still ongoing. Today, we will discuss the release date of Boku No Hero Academia Season 6. Ahead of the premiere of season 6, fans can watch the two-episode original video animation streaming on Crunchyroll on Monday, August 1, 2022.
In addition to our usual heroes, there will be two new special appearances. These two will be Shishido and Mr. Smiley. Shishido is a professional hero with a lion theme. On the other hand, Mr. Smiley scribbles on anything and everything for artistic purposes. For those of you who still haven’t watched this amazing anime, the series is available to watch. All the 113 episodes, both subbed and dubbed formats are available on Crunchyroll.
Boku No Hero Academia Season 6
The key visual poster features the protagonist Deku alongside Bakugo and Todoroki. It also has the series’ primary antagonist Tomura Shingaraki in the background. Yoshihiko Umakoshi has helped design the key visual with Bones’ help. He is also the character designer for the anime.
This anime will be one of the big draws of fall 2022 anime alongside animes like Mob Psycho 100 season 3 and Spy X Family Part 2. Besides this, a new trailer was launched for the upcoming season of My Hero Academia. For all manga lovers, this is the most awaited season. Manga fans have been anticipating this announcement since last year. This season is the exact portion of the story has some very significant moments for our heroes and villains.
Fans who watch this anime are in for a real treat, especially if you love seeing new characters. There is an introduction to Mirko in this new season. We are super excited to see what happens.
When will season 6 of Boku No Hero Academia be released?
Studio bones announced the My Hero Academia Season 6 release date, which will fall on October 1, 2022. The upcoming season will be streaming on Japanese television networks like Yomiuri and Nihon Television channels every Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Japanese Standard Time. The availability of English dub or streaming platforms is yet to be confirmed.
Bones also revealed to all of us the latest key visual of the very exciting season 6. Trust me. Our mind is completely blown away! As with the previous trailers and visuals for the season, the poster depicts the heroes ready to ace off against the villains. These villains are of the Paranormal Liberation Front. The announcement tweet also mentions the “all-out-war” manga arc coverage in the upcoming season. We are super excited about what is going to come ahead.
Not only this, My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble, a free-to-play game, will also be released this year. Rumour has it the release will be sometime in Fall 2022. The game features dozens of our favorite characters fighting in a team of three.