There is less and less left for the arrival of the long-awaited sixth season of ‘Boku No Hero Academia’although luckily, and to deal with the heat that it touches now, we have the two summer OVAs that will come directly to streaming.
With the rumors about the end of the manga so high, it seems that the work of Kohei Horikoshi is now close to reaching its end. The good thing is that we still have a few anime seasons ahead of us and the new batch of chapters is very close. So to warm up our engines and get our superhero costumes ready… here’s what we know about ‘Boku No Hero Academia’ anime season 6.
If you want peace, prepare for war
The anime’s next story arc is going to be action-packed as it adapts the arc ‘Paranormal Liberation War’ of the manga. Season 5 ended with a tremendous cliffhanger in its post-credits that showed us the students of Class 1A witnessing the city being filled with supervillains.
During this new arc, the villains of the series will form a coalition full of very powerful characters willing to enter a direct war against the superheroesyes This part is one of the best rated within the manga and promises epic clashes, so fans of the series are eagerly awaiting its adaptation.
Trailers and preview images
Some trailers have already been released throughout the year to prepare for this spectacular confrontation between heroes and villains. The most recent trailer highlights the conflict of this arc and has given us a lot of action and a better look at the veteran heroes.
As there are still a few months left for the premiere, it is most likely that we will have a new full trailer to finish putting on long teeth… Although in the meantime a promotional poster has also been seen.
My Hero Academia Season 6
Scheduled for Fall 2022
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Known voices and more cast
For now there will be no big changes in the anime’s cast configuration and the main voice actors are expected to reprise their characters. It remains to confirm the new signings, which may be revealed when the premiere is closer.
- Daiki Yamashita as Izuku Midoriya
- Nobuhiko Okamoto as Katsuki Bakugo.
- Kenta Miyake as All Might.
- Ayane Sakura as Ochaco Uraraka.
- Kaito Ishikawa as Tenya Ida.
- Aoi Yuki as Tsuyu Asui.
- Ryō Hirohashi as Minoru Mineta.
- Marina Inoue as Momo Yaoyorozu.
- Yoshimasa Hosoya as Fumikage Tokoyami.
- Yuki Kaji as Shoto Todoroki
But when does it arrive?
For now, no specific day has been set, but what we know for sure is that ‘Boku no Hero Academia’ returns in October 2022 within the fall premieres. The previous season could be seen in simulcast from Crunchyroll, so we may also be able to see the episodes weekly from the platform.
The event is celebrated on July 24 Hero Feswhere there will be a special screening of the first episode of the season, so it is possible that during the following months we will see some clips and leaks of the chapter… So we will have to be careful if we want to avoid spoilers.
The issue of licensing and distribution of some anime is a bit tricky right now and many series are in the process of changing hands. Until further notice, the first two seasons of ‘Boku no Hero Academia‘ are available in Netflixwhile the fourth and fifth can be seen from Crunchyroll.
The problem right now comes with the third season, which is not legally available on any streaming platform. The films in the franchise are neither canon nor necessary to follow the main plot of the series, but both ‘My Hero Academia: Two Heroes‘ What ‘My Hero Academia: Heroes Awaken‘ are available in Amazon Prime Video.