The heroes and villains are finally facing each other and what makes the anime series more exciting is that Season 6 has been officially confirmed by a teaser following the finale of Season 5. The Paranormal Liberation War arc is on its way as set up by the ending of the previous run and everyone is thrilled to find out more about My Hero Academia.
Warning! This portion may contain spoilers for My Hero Academia. Read at your own risk!
My Hero Academia Season 5 Ending Explained
In My Hero Academia Season 5, Episode 25, The High, Deep Blue Sky, Hawks remain undercover with the League of Villains which now goes by the name Paranormal Liberation Front. They try to put the pieces together but there is one missing, the sponsor of Shigaraki, Dr. Ujiko, who performs various experiments on Shigaraki to give him the power of All For One.
UA Class A now has a showdown of the powers and skills they honed during their internships and as for Midoriya, All Might told him all about the quirks that the previous holders of the One For All had and how each of their quirks had been passed on from one to the other.
The UA Class A parties and the Paranormal Liberation Front put a halt to it as the students received a text message having them called for a joint operation.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Confirmed
Just as the finale episode of Season 5 aired, the first teaser of My Hero Academia Season 6 releases and it perfectly sets up what is in store for the next run of the anime. An exchange of thrilling lines between Midoriya and Sigaraki is featured along with some key visuals for the upcoming installment of the show which seems to be entering the Paranormal Liberation War arc from the manga series.
While it has been confirmed that there would be Season 6 for My Hero Academia, there is no definitive release date yet for the said installment of the show. Still, let's not rush anything as looking at the time between season 4 and season 5, there was a one-year gap in between the two and if and when the same thing happens for season 6, the earliest we could have the said run would be, at least, fall of 2022.
My Hero Academia Season 5 finale is now streaming on Crunchyroll and Funimation.
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