‘My Hero Academia’ is a superhero action anime based on the manga series directed and written by Kouhei Horikoshi.
It follows Izuku Midoriya, a normal boy born into a planet where 80% of the population possesses abilities or quirks. Midoriya, on the other hand, dreams of one day being a pro-hero like his idol All-Might.
As mentioned above, his life is eternally altered due to his encounter with the hero. After witnessing his incredible courage and selflessness, all Might appoints the youngster as his successor for the One For All Quirk. Midoriya then enrolls in the U.A. High School, a prominent Japanese hero school.
Since its April 3, 2016 launch, ‘My Hero Academia’ has established itself as one of the greatest Shounen anime series due to its likable characters, innovative take on the superhero cliché, and compelling plotline. Season 5 recently concluded.
If you’re wondering whether ‘My Hero Academia’ will have a sixth season, this is what you need to know.
Will There Be a Season 6 of ‘My Hero Academia’?
Fantastic news for anime fans! ‘My Hero Academia has been renewed for a sixth season!
The official renewal was announced on September 25, after the season 5 finale aired. Take a look at the announcement video embedded below. ‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5 debuted on March 27, 2021.
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Even before season 5, we were convinced that the anime would return for a sixth season. Numerous anime websites have also projected the show’s possible return next year.
The forecasts are based on the anime’s continued popularity, even after four seasons. Additionally, there is sufficient source material remaining to cover additional seasons.
When Will ‘My Hero Academia’ Season 6 Premiere?
Excellent news! The formal announcement of the release date for ‘My Hero Academia’ season 6 occurred during December’s Jump Festa event. The sixth season has been confirmed for fall 2022.
The event did not specify a release date. However, The Weekly Shonen Jump magazine launched in December that the show would come back in October 2022 on one of its covers.
The anime has routinely aired new seasons each year following the conclusion of the primary season.
The anime’s first season began on April 3, 2016, and concluded on June 26, 2016. Season two premiered on April 1, 2017, and concluded on September 30, 2017.
Season three began on April 7, 2018, and concluded on September 29, 2018. The fourth season began in May, rather than April as usual. Rather than that, it was published on October 12, 2019, and completed on April 4, 2020.
The fifth season premiered on Crunchyroll and Funimation on March 27, 2021, and concluded on September 25, 2021.
What Could the My Hero Academia Season 6 Plot Be About?
Hawks show Dabi what is purported to be Best Jeanist’s body in the season 5 finale. Dr. Ujiko enthusiastically welcomes Tomura as All For One’s successor and initiates the endowing him with further Quirks.
At the University of Arizona, Midoriya and other students demonstrate their abilities during their internships. Eri’s horn becomes itchy.
All Might informs Midoriya that the next Quirk he should harness is Float, which was once possessed by his tutor, Nana Shimura. Midoriya and his pals meet for an expeditionary mission in the post-credits scene, which takes place near the conclusion of spring break.
This “expeditionary mission” may turn out to be an attack on the Jaku hospital, which will be revealed to be Dr. Ujiko’s research base in season 6. Students will be tasked with evacuating city residents.
Dr. Ujiko will be found to have a Quirk and is significantly older than previously supposed. He may unleash his Nomus, and the pro-heroes will do everything possible to prevent it from escalating into an all-out war.
Twice, it will be revealed that Hawks has never switched sides. Later in the series, Midoriya and Tomura, the series’ respective heirs to All Might and All For One, will square off.
Season 6 Trailer for My Hero Academia
At Jump Festa, My Hero Academia also debuted a Season 6 trailer. The brief trailer promises the forthcoming war following Season 5’s relative peace before the storm.
The highly awaited “Paranormal Liberation War” arc culminated in previous arcs involving legendary fights and tragic agony. Take a look at the trailer below: