In a few weeks, the sixth season of My Hero Academia will be launched. A trailer shows us a preview of Izuku and his friends in action.
Since 2016, My Hero Academia has been making many anime fans dream. In October 2022, the superhero series will finally begin its sixth season. To prepare us for the adventure to come, the creators have just released a new trailer on YouTube, in which the serious things begin:
The sixth season continues to adapt Kohei Horiskoshi’s manga*. Fans can therefore look forward to the animated version of the “Paranormal Liberation War” arc. The production is handled by the Bones studio, of which Masahiro Mukai is again the director. Kenji Nagasaki will once again serve as chief director, while Yousuke Kuroda will write the script.
Before season 6: My Hero Academia receives bonus episodes
Before the regular anime series plot continues, two bonus episodes, titled “Laugh! As if you are in Hell” and “Hero League Baseball”. The latter revolves around a baseball tournament between two sports teams and the heroes of the United States. Both episodes will be released on August 1, 2022 worldwide on the Crunchyroll streaming service.