When Is My Hero Academia English Dub Season 6 Release Date Coming?

Anime fans, the long wait is finally coming to a halt! Crunchyroll has announced the release date of our beloved anime My Hero Academia which is based on the Japanese Manga of the same name. The subbed versions of episodes 1 and 2 were already released on October 1 and October 8, 2022, respectively. Since then, the fans were impatiently waiting for Crunchyroll to release the English dubbed episodes. It should be made known that My Hero Academia (also known as Boku no Hīrō Akademia in Japanese) is one of the most highly celebrated animes in the world since the release of its first season in October 2016.

My Hero Academia English Dub Season 6 Release Date

My Hero Academia English Dub Season 6 Release Date

At the New York Comic Con, on October 8, 2022, which was held at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, Crunchyroll announced at the My Hero Academia panel that the English dub of the sixth season of the anime will be aired starting on October 15, 2022.

There will be a total of 25 episodes this season, all of which will be released throughout this year and the next (2023). The anime’s opening theme song named “Hitamuki” is performed by the famous musical artist SUPER BEAVER. Likewise, the ending theme named “SKETCH” is performed by Kiro Akiyama. Both the themes are catchy and easy to be addicted to, relating to the subject matter of the anime at the same time.

Name of the ShowMy Hero Academia
Season NumberSeason 6
GenreAdventure Science Fantasy
Japanese (subbed) Release DateOctober 1, 2022
English Dub Release DateOctober 15, 2022

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My Hero Academia Season 6 Story

Season 5 left fans craving for more, as it ended on quite a cliffhanger, with the seasonal arc focusing on the fight between the Meta Liberation Army and the League of Villains, resulting in the harm of the Hero society that they’ve never experienced ever before. Following the story from the 27th volume of the original manga written by Kōhei Horikoshi, the story unfolds on the “Paranormal Liberation War” arc (chapters 258 to 306). According to the director Kenji Nagasaki, the first episode of the anime will partially cover the rest of last season’s i.e., season 5’s chapter, while all the remaining episodes of season 6 will cover the remaining chapters in the arc.

My Hero Academia English Dub Season 6 Characters

Christopher R. Sabat will be providing an English voice for All Might/Toshinori Yagi. Colleen Clinkenbeard will be the English voice-over artist for Momo Yaoyorozu. As usual, Justin Briner will be voicing the English dub version of the main character, Izuku Midoriya. Shoto Torogoki will be voiced by David Matranga and Katsuki Bakugo will be voiced by Clifford Chapin.

The supporting voice-over cast includes Aaron Dismuke (Tamaki Amagiki), Adam Gibbs (Antsuo Todoroki), Adam McArthur (Trumpet), Alex Organ (Eraserhead), Megan Shipman (Manami Aiba), Patrick Seitz (Endeavor), Tara Sands (Curious), Newton Pittman (Twice), Kellen Goff (Overhaul), Larry Brantley (Spinner), Kent Williams (Mr. Compress) and many more.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Story

The ‘Heroes’ have gathered all the information that they needed to confront the undercover merged-villain group after the Hawks. The story this season will lead to an all-out war between the both of them. It could also possibly change the superhuman society forever.

The ending theme also teased a possible event that is foreshadowed in it. Dabi is seen burning an image of Endeavor using his flames. It could mean that Dabi may reveal himself in the later episodes of My Hero Academia Season 6. In the process, he would reveal Quirk’s marriage to the rest of the world, which could lead to major suspense and drama in the anime.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Trailer

The trailer for My Hero Academia season 6 was released on June 19, 2022, on AniTV’s official YouTube channel. You can watch it there. Moreover, the trailer has got the fans hyped for the final war arc and they can’t wait for it!

Season 5 had some internal production issues, so hopefully, season 6 will be better and the characters will get the development that they deserve. The colors and lights in the animations already look better than the last season. The voice acting also sounded gritty and serious, making the fans excited for its release.

Where To Watch My Hero Academia Online?

All five seasons of My Hero Academia are available on Netflix to stream online. Crunchyroll and Funimation also allow users to watch it on their respective apps and websites. Moreover, you can watch this anime on Hulu, VRV, and Amazon Prime Video.

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