My Hero Academia fans, another video has been revealed for the Sixth season of the show! TOHO Animation has revealed the third promotional video for the 6th Season of My Hero Academia anime. The video features Super Beaver’s opening theme song “Hitamuki.”
The anime is set to premiere on the 1st of October, and Kiriyo Akiyama will perform the anime’s ending theme song entitled “SKETCH.”
Crunchyroll will stream My Hero Academia’s sixth season live while it is airing in Japan.
Watch the third promotional video here:
The new season of the anime will adapt the ‘Paranormal Liberation War’ Arc of Kohei Horikishi’s Original manga. The Paranormal Liberation War arc will feature an all-out war between the heroes and the villains. The Paranormal Liberation War arc is the eighteenth story arc of the My Hero Academia manga, and the ninth and final story arc in the Rise of the Villains Saga.
It focuses on the new intel provided by Hawks’ from Tartarus. The heroes have assembled all of the information they need to confront the Paranormal Liberation Front head-on. With great confidence, they engage into an all-out war with them, but they gain nothing at all. The members of the faction were first shown in the My Hero Academia anime and they, along with their leader Shigaraki Tomura will lead the war against the heroes.
The anime’s first 13-episode season premiered in April 2016. The second season followed soon after that with a 25-episode release in April 2017. The third season premiered in April 2018 and ran for 25 episodes. The fourth season, which had 25 episodes, was released in Japan last October 2019. A two-episode original video anime for the franchise streamed in Japan in August 2020, and Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed the episodes.
The show’s fifth season premiered in March 2021, and aired for 25 episodes.All the seasons og My Hero Academia is available for streaming in selected parts of the world.
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