While the fifth season ended on September 25th, 2021, the fans have started wondering what’s next. Luckily, My Hero Academia has a massive fan base. No sooner did the last episode in English Dub release on November 7th than the Twitter handle of the anime announced My Hero Academia Season 6. Also, the handle gave a new art design for the upcoming season.
Nevertheless, season 6 will provide some exhilarating battles between the villains and heroes. On the one hand, fans are excited to view their favorite heroes. On the other hand, the enthusiasts loved the villains’ twisted backstories. Somehow, season 5 increased the love for the villains in the core of one’s heart. Facing their own abnormalities and troubles, the villains certainly have come a long way. Concluding with a potential threat to the world, Season 5 provided great drama. Hence, let’s see how the next season follows this up.
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My Hero Academia Season 6
On November 21st, 2021, the official Twitter handle of the franchise unveiled a new art before Season 6. Depicting Izuku Midoriya and Shigaraki Tomura in a single frame, the artwork grasped everyone’s attention. Foreshadowing the upcoming war, the post confirmed season 6. While Deku’s character looks lit up, Shigaraki’s face was gloomy.
However, the post didn’t confirm any specific release date for the upcoming season. Studying the release time of previous seasons, the greatest possibility for a release date can be between March and July.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Expected Plot
Finishing off the last episode, Boku no Hero Academia completed the transition of both villains and heroes. The League of Villains has joined hands with the Meta Liberation Army. Hence, a new antagonizing group is formed which we know as the Paranormal Liberation Front. Leading the army, Tomura Shigaraki has decided to destroy everything in his path.
In comparison, the UA students and the pro Heroes are ready to face off any challenge. Though All Might has lost all his strength, his hope on Deku has increased over season 5. Controlling the powers of previous One for All users, Deku is prepared to protect peace and justice. My Hero Academia Season 5 has paved the way for an upcoming war.
Season 6 is set to cover up the Paranormal Liberation War Arc. Honestly, the viewers that haven’t read manga should be ready for an invigorating season.
Where to Read/Watch My Hero Academia?
Since the anime is a worldwide hit, multiple streaming platforms have bought the rights to display the anime. The anime is available on online platforms like Hulu, Funimation, Crunchyroll, and Netflix.
Though MHA releases an anime season every year, some enthusiasts like to read the upcoming episodes beforehand. Hence, for those viewers, season 5 concluded in Chapter 257. Hence, My Hero Academia Season 6 may follow the storyline from Chapter 258 onwards. Regardless, the anime may show some filler episodes. However, the anime covers up most of the manga.
Thus, you could read the manga from Chapter 258 without pondering about leaving anything unknowingly. The new chapters are officially available on Viz Media.