The sixth season of the anime series My Hero Academia will run for two consecutive seasons, according to information posted on Saturday on the show’s official website (quarter of a year). An advertisement for the show is also being streamed on the website.
On October 1, the animated series will debut.
Hitamuki, the opening theme song by SUPER BEAVER, and Sketch, the closing theme song by Kiro Akiyama, will be performed.
As the anime airs in Japan, Crunchyroll will broadcast it.
A full-scale battle between heroes and villains is depicted in the current season’s adaptation of the “Paranormal Liberation War” chapter from Khei Horikoshi’s original manga.
The first season of the 13-episode anime debuted in April 2016. The 25-episode second season debuted in April 2017, and the 25-episode third season debuted in April 2018. The fourth season’s 25 episodes began airing in Japan in October 2019. In August 2020, Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed two episodes of an original video animation for the series that was shown in Japan.
In Japan, the fifth season of the program debuted in March 2021 and ran for 25 episodes.
From June 16 to 19, a brand-new anime series with two episodes aired in Japan.
The episodes’ Crunchyroll streaming started on August 1.