Some spoilers on season 6 of “My Hero Academia”
We now know that My Hero Academia’s sixth season will adapt the manga’s final story arc, “Paranormal Liberation War.” To help you prepare for the series, we’re going to give you a quick overview of what happens in this arc.
As winter vacation draws to a close, Tenya Iida wishes her students a Happy New Year and reminds them to prepare their practical reports, which will demonstrate what they have learned during their internships and experiences. Denki Kaminari notes that Tenya is more lively, and Tenya replies that he has started to feel more adaptable due to his alternation and training.
Shota is ready to board when she receives an unexpected call from department headquarters. Toru Hagakure remarks in the girls’ locker room how beautiful Ochaco Uraraki’s new outfit is, while Kyoka Jiro notices her new heavy shoulder pads, which she shows are fitted with metal strings she can use, as well as his gift to offset their weight.
Release date and trailer
No information has been released regarding the voice acting for My Hero Academia Season 6. The program has already been dubbed, so we expect a dub to appear sooner or later, but we don’t know if it will be a simultaneous dub or later (and, if so, when). We’ll have to wait a bit longer for any updates regarding the voice acting.
If you’re wondering if there’s a My Hero Academia sixth season trailer, we have great news for you. The first trailer was released on September 25, 2021, immediately after the fifth season finale. The trailer was brief, but effective; however, that is not all we have for you.