My Hero Academia is already setting the stage for his return to our screens with more news about his season 6, and that starts with his next ad inside the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from Shueisha.
Turns out the 16th edition this year’s WSJ (which includes the chapter 348 of the sleeve) will be especially dedicated to the manga and anime series written by Kohei Horikoshi. This edition of the magazine will be published next Monday, March 21 in Japan.
In addition to presenting our leading heroes on its cover (which you can see below), this edition of the Weekly Shōnen Jump will include a new promotional image and details about the animated adaptation of the sixth season of boku no hero.
This is the cover of WSJ 16 dedicated to My Hero Academia🤩 pic.twitter.com/PAGJOYtwrp
— Malkavian 100% My Hero Academia info and more (@Malkavian_TV) March 16, 2022
Almost half a year has passed since the broadcast of the last episode of my hero academia anime, so his fans couldn’t be more anxious after 6 months of patient waiting. Let us remember that the animated adaptation has 115 episodes spread over five seasons that can now be seen on the Crunchyroll platform.
After their last episode, a teaser was revealed where they announced the adaptation of the next arc of the anime, presumably named as the “Paranormal Liberation War”.
— 僕のヒーローアカデミア “ヒロアカ”アニメ公式 (@heroaca_anime) September 25, 2021
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With information from: WSJ Manga
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