My Hero Academia: Season 6 Release Date & Trailer

The world may be in disarray, but at least we still have something to celebrate about My Hero Academia. The hugely popular anime, which is based on the manga series of the same name by Kōhei Horikoshi, is still in great shape after five seasons, with a sixth season slated for 2022. The upcoming season will follow the ‘Paranormal Liberation War’ arc of manga chapters 253-306, with the Heroes facing off against the Paranormal Liberation Front in all-out war. This is one of the most famous arcs in ongoing manga so far, and it’s highly anticipated by fans after a somewhat divided fifth season. Here’s everything we know so far about My Hero Academia Season 6, including the 2022 release date and trailer…

My Hero Academia season 6 release date

My Hero Academia will return in the fall of 2022, which unfortunately is still quite a long way off. The announcement was made as part of December’s Jump Festa event, which is an exhibition and celebration of all things manga and anime. While a more precise date was not confirmed as part of the Jump Festa announcement, Weekly Shonen Jump magazine recently featured My Hero Academia on its cover, with the more specific Season 6 release date. in October 2022.

My Hero Academia Saison 6 Trailer

My Hero Academia also released a Season 6 trailer during Jump Festa. The short trailer heralds the war ahead, following the relative calm of Season 5 before the storm. The highly anticipated “Paranormal Liberation War” arc is the culmination of what has been done before, complete with legendary battles and heart-wrenching angst. Check out the trailer below …

So far, Toho and Bones have produced 113 episodes of My Hero Academia, all of which can be watched subtitled or dubbed on Funimation. The series begins when teenage Izuku “Deku” Midoriya, who always dreamed of being a hero with superpowers, receives a gift of superpowers from the famous hero All Might. He then began training at UA High School, the best Hero Academy in the country.

Of course, this is just the start. Five seasons later, the League of Villains merged with the Meta Liberation Army to form the Paranormal Liberation Front. Season 5 ended with a post-credit scene showing Class 1A looking over a cliff towards a town filled with villains. “The major incident that will shake superhuman society will finally begin”… in October 2022.