Sixth season of “My Hero Academia” will be extended for six months

We are a few days from the start of the sixth season of “My Hero Academia” (Boku no Hero Academia)which will present the long-awaited adaptation of the “Paranormal Liberation War”and finally the extension that this new cycle of the anime that premieres on October 1st.

Through an update on the official site of the series, it was confirmed that season six will have two consecutive “cours” (seasons), so the broadcast will be extended for six months.

We are talking about an average of 25 episodes, as has been the trend of previous seasons. In fact, the only “My Hero Academia” cycle to have a single “cour” was the first, which ran for 13 episodes in 2016.

The announcement was accompanied by a spot that accounts for “Deku’s” journey to the present arc.which will have heroes and villains facing off in the ultimate clash. Nothing will be the same when the war is over.

In Latin America, the series will be broadcast on Crunchyroll streaming with simulcast (almost simultaneously with Japan) from Saturday, October 1.

The adaptation of the eighteenth plot arc of the manga anticipates a big confrontation with very high costs, including painful betrayals, in the clash of the heroes against the villains organized in the “Paranormal Liberation Front”, led by “Tomura Shigaraki”, the heir of “All For One”.

It is a conflict that will have the inevitable confrontation between “Deku” and “Tomura”, the “One For All” against the “All For One”.

The story created by Horikoshi, transformed into an international phenomenon, presents us a world in which 80 percent of the planet’s population has powers or “gifts”allowing the birth of heroes and, of course, villains.

In that scenario, our protagonist “Izuku ‘Deku’ Midoriya” dreams of being a hero, but is faced with a harsh reality: he has no powers. His life changes when he meets the symbol of peace, “All Might”, after which he manages to enter the UA Academy, a prestigious school where young people train to be heroes.