My Hero Academia Season 6's Opening, Ending Theme Songs Revealed

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My Hero Academia Season 6 Opening Ending

As fans eagerly anticipate the next season, My Hero Academia just announced the season 6 opening and ending themes, including details on who performs them.

The opening and ending reveals were made via the official My Hero Academia Twitter account.

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The show’s opening features the song “Hitamuki” by the Japanese rock band, SUPER BEAVER. This band is known for performing the second opening song of Haikyuu!! To The Top (aka Haikyuu Season 4).

Meanwhile, the ending theme features the song “SKETCH” by Japanese singer Kiro Akiyama. He is known for performing the opening song of The Promised Neverland Season 2.

While the songs and performers were revealed, the actual opening and ending credits were not shown yet. Though details about what to expect with each song were shared on the My Hero Academia website.

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According to the description, the opening song is a rock track with a powerful message. Meanwhile, the ending song is a medium rock number.

My Hero Academia is an anime series by Bones, and it is based on the manga of the same name by Kohei Horikoshi. The manga started serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump back in July 2014.

Since then, the manga has become one of Shonen Jump’s most popular. Recently, the manga has trended online several times due to the shocking death of a main character.

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Meanwhile, the anime is also a success as it has run for multiple seasons since the initial airing of season 1 back in 2016.

The sixth season adapts the Paranormal Liberation War arc of the manga. This arc is one that fans are excited to see animated as it will show the all-out war between the pro heroes and the Paranormal Liberation Front led by Tomura Shigaraki.

My Hero Academia Season 6 will premiere on October 1, 2022, in Japan. Shortly after each episode’s Japanese release, Crunchyroll will stream the episodes weekly.