With the conclusion of the fifth season came the official announcement of My Hero Academia 6, the anime based on the superehoristic shonen manga of Kohei Horikoshi.
Season 6 will adapt the story arc of the “War of the Liberation of Superpowers”, events that will see villains and superheroes face off in the decisive battle.
The video announcement of season 6 of My Hero Academia
Below we can admire the promotional video announcing the new season and which already contains some spoilers, so use it at your own risk.
My Hero Academia 5 premiered in Japan on YTV and NTV starting March 27, 2021, while the second part began broadcasting on June 26.
―TO BE CONTINUED 6th SEASON―
『ヒ ロ ア カ』 TV ア ニ メ 第 6 期 制作 決定 ?
– ORICON NEWS 【ア ニ メ】 (@oricon_anime_) September 25, 2021
Currently, in Japanese cinemas, it is in programming My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission, the third feature film in the saga.
My Hero Academia manga
Kohei Horikoshi has launched the series of My Hero Academia (Boku no hīrō akademia) in Weekly magazine Shonen Jump by Shueisha in July 2014, a manga that is published in Italy by Star Comics editions.
Due to a genetic mutation of the little toe, mankind can develop superpowers.
These special abilities, called “quirks” first manifest themselves at the age of four, with the majority of the population ‘getting’ these superpowers and allowing the development of a new category of people: the heroes, who they fight against villains who sow terror in the world.
Izuku Midoriya, a middle school student who dispassionately admires the heroes and especially All Might, their most famous representative, dreams of becoming a superhero too despite being born without Quirk. This condition leads him to be mocked by his peers and schoolmates, primarily the haughty Bakugo, who call him Deku. Izuku, however, is a type who does not give up and, one day, he attracts the attention of All Might himself, who will decide to give him his Quirk because he considers the brave boy worthy of becoming a true hero!