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My Hero Academia Season 6 Set to Premier in Fall 2022

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A new trailer previewing the events of the upcoming season was also released.

p>The release window for the upcoming sixth season of the My Hero Academia anime was revealed on Sunday during Shueisha's Jump Festa '22 event. The series will premier during the Fall 2022 season, with a new trailer giving fans an extended look at what to expect.

The sixth season will adapt the events of the “Paranormal Liberation War” arc, which ran from chapters 253-306. The anime started adapting the arc during the tail end of the fifth season.

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Studio Bones will return to work on the upcoming season, with director Kenji Nagasaki, scriptwriter Yōsuke Kuroda, composer Yuki Hayashi, and character designer Yoshihiko Umakoshi all expected to return.

Nagasaki also directed the 2013 Gundam Build Fighters anime, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and served as the director on all three My Hero Academia films. Kuroda has been in the industry for over 25 years and worked alongside Nagasaki on Gundam Build Fighters while also penning scripts for Mobile Suit Gundam 00 and Goblin Slayer.

Hayashi has done work on a number of anime, dramas, and live-action films, most notably 2021’s Shaman King and the Pokemon anime. Umakoshi is best known for his work on the 1997 Berserk anime, Mushishi, and Saint Seiya Omega.

Kōhei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since 2014. The series has 32 collected volumes and is published in English by VIZ Media. The manga has inspired three spin-off series.

My Hero Academia: Smash!! by Hirofumi Neda ran in the Shōnen Jump+ magazine from 2015-2017, with 5 collected volumes. Yōkō Akiyama’s My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions started serialization in 2019 in Shueisha’s Saikyō Jump magazine and has amassed 2 volumes so far in its run. My Hero Academia: Vigilantes is written by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Betten Court. The series began serialization in the Jump GIGA magazine and now runs in Shōnen Jump+. The manga has been going since 2016 and has amassed 12 collected volumes throughout its run so far. VIZ Media publishes all three spin-offs in English.

The My Hero Academia anime adaptation first aired in 2013, and inspired three films. The series is licensed by Funimation but can also be streamed on Crunchyroll.

Source: Anime News Network

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