Ahead of the series’ Jump Festa showcase, MHA received an early screening for the superhero anime’s sixth season.
Kodoani.com – Fans now have a better idea of when they can expect the sixth season of My Hero Academia.
According to Weekly Shonen Jump News – Unofficial, the next season of MHA will premiere sometime in the fall of 2022, premiering about a year after the conclusion of the anime’s fifth season, which aired its final episode last September. The popular shonen show has confirmed a sixth season is in production shortly after the ending of the previous season, with a short teaser trailer and promotional poster image for Izuku’s long-awaited confrontation.” Deku” Midoriya with Tomura Shigaraki has been added.
My Hero Academia Season 6 begins broadcasting in Fall 2022
— Shonen Jump News – Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) December 16, 2021
The anime sequel will adapt the eventful Mystical Liberation War, which sees pro-world heroes and UA High School students engage in an all-out war with The Meta Liberation Army, the world’s most powerful super-criminal group. Much of Season 5 focuses on building conflict, with both Deku and Shigaraki honing and enhancing the power of both, so predicts the long-awaited clash between One’s successors. For All and All For One.
Meanwhile, Kohei Horikoshi’s original My Hero Academia manga, which has moved beyond the Paranormal Liberation War, is rapidly setting the climax of the series. After several installments, the manga recently revealed the traitor’s identity to UA High School, and features a head-to-head battle between the series’ central villain, All For One, and the pro-hero. America’s leading household, Star and Stripe. While a final ending date has yet to be announced, publisher Shueisha announced earlier this year that the manga has entered “final action”.
Comic My Hero Academia may be coming to an end, but the series is as popular as ever – the franchise’s third and latest film, World Hero Quest, broke the series’ record when it was released in New York. Japan earlier this year, easily pass the MHA. the previous two films despite being released during the state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The film appears to have been a huge hit during its international release, as it became the 11th animated anime film in history to earn more than $10 million at the US box office.
The film will have its own presentation at this year’s Jump Festa, which begins in Chiba, Japan on December 18. A live stream of the event will be available through Shonen Jump’s official YouTube channel and on the website. of the magazine.