My Hero Academia Season 6 Deku Vs Shigaraki Visual Officially Revealed

New key visual for My Hero Academia Season 6.

November 21, 2021

The next My Hero Academia anime, Season 6, is in the works and a new key visual for it was revealed.

The Season 5 of My Hero Academia ended its main story with the Paranormal Liberation War arc. Most of the final episodes of the season were dedicated to adapting the Meta LIberation Army arc / My Villains Academia chapters of the manga. Season 6 will thus be picking up right after the Paranormal Liberation arc.

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My Hero Academia anime Season 6 Deku Vs Shigaraki visual officially revealed (Updated)

The visual was leaked through the usual magazine leaks a few days prior. After that, on Sunday, November 21, 2021, the key visual was officially published showing Deku and Shigaraki in a hype face-off.

When is My Hero Academia Season 6 releasing, predictions

Keep in mind that the notes on the pages only state that Season 6 is in production, and there is no release date estimate announced. However, seeing the pace of the past My Hero Academia anime releases so far, it’s safe to assume Season 6 won’t be coming before late 2022 or early 2023. Especially since the anime pretty much caught up to the manga with Season 5, and the manga is less than a full arc ahead.

The pages also tease the Jump Festa 2022 event. A My Hero Academia stage event with the seiyuu is happening there on December 19, where we should hear more about Season 6.

My Hero Academia Season 6 was first officially confirmed with the final episode of Season 5 (Episode 113) with a “TO BE CONTINUED 6th SEASON” message. A short teaser trailer was also published.

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