During this week’s Jump Festa ’22 event, it was revealed that the sixth season of the incredibly popular My Hero Academia anime will premiere in the fall of 2022. A new trailer for the series was also shown off during the event as well.
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The trailer showcases some action from the upcoming season, which is set to adapt the “Paranormal Liberation War” arc from the critically acclaimed anime. The new arc will see an all-out war between the heroes and villains of the series, with some incredibly big action sequences teased.
You can check out the My Hero Academia Season 6 trailer below:
For those who might have missed the train on My Hero Academia, the series is available to stream in its entirety as of now. Currently, all 113 episodes of the anime are available to stream in both subbed and dubbed formats on Funimation for those looking to catch up.
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My Hero Academia began as a manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi. It was first serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2014. The anime television adaptation made its debut in 2016. Both are still ongoing.