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My Hero Academia Season 6 New Visual and Release Window

My Hero Academia season 6 has just been announced and from the looks of it, it’s going to be a certified banger.

My Hero Academia Season 6 is now officially been confirmed and we have a new visual capturing all the prominent Pro-Heroes lined up in a masterful position.

My Hero Academia Season 6 New Visual

There is no release date confirmed till now but worry not we have a release period confirmed which is Fall 2022. You can watch the new season on Crunchyroll or on Netflix on simulcast from the original Japanese airing.

World of My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is a story filled with adventure and action with a colorful cast of characters. The story weaves a narrative that leaves you wanting more as well as satisfying you in the best way possible.

The duality of the world, the Yin and Yang, the heroes, and the villains that inhabit this world is shown through a microlens. It determines what it means to be in a grey area, is it better to kill or better to save?

Last season was a mix of the best of action that My Hero Academia has ever featured, the best character arc completion through the story of Endeavor as well as an amazing origin story for Tomura Shigaraki.

Wrapping Up Last Season

Let’s unwrap all of this and more to catch you up on the latest season as fast as possible. First things first, the fights that Class 1-A and Class 1-B have given us are some of the best of modern shonen.

This season we saw Deku finally unlocking the next possible power from the One in All remnant, the black tentacles. He unveils this new move in one of the battles which create chaos on the whole ground of students.

The next thing that we witnessed was the second run on the intern program. In this, we saw some old matchups but one stood above all, Todoroki, Bakugo, and Deku under the tutelage of the No. 1 hero right now, Endeavor.

This story arc really pulled out some heavy tears from me as we saw the impact on Endeavor after becoming the No. 1 hero. The difference in behaviour that Endeavor has adapted into is not a spontaneous act of plot hole but a delicate setting up of scenes that evolved Endeavor from acting like a jerk into the hero that everyone will support.

Amazing Fights Obviously

The fight that stole this season was Endeavor’s first big fight against the upgraded version of Nomu. The battle was epic and you should watch the fight as a standalone if you don’t plan to watch the whole season.

The last big thing is the amazing origin story that we received for what seems like the biggest enemy that My Hero Academia has ever seen, Tomura Shigaraki. His journey was filled with first struggling to defeat the big giant that All in One had aptly named Gigantomachia as his plan B. And then coming up with a way to annihilate the Meta Liberation Army.

The fight that ensues is a masterpiece in terms of managing to showcase a multitude of characters and confrontations. At the end of the season, we see Shigaraki absorbing the Meta Liberation Army after defeating their leader as well as taking over the whole army.

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Murtaza Bharmal
A writer with creativity and who takes pleasure in reading. Loves playing with and around words.
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