A new trailer for the landmark anime reveals more about the climax of the battle against the League of Villains.
While the last season of My Hero Academia highlighted the rise of the League of Villains, it’s time for the students of Class 1-A to put a good beating on these criminals who threaten Japan. After Overhaul in season 4, Shigaraki Tomura promises to be a formidable opponent who risks generating heavy losses on the side of our heroes… The action-packed sixth season prepares for its broadcast in the land of the rising sun and then reveals a new tape -announcement that promises Plus Ultra battles!
New extracts and new opening, the continuation of the adventures of Deku and his friends will begin next october 1st to kick off the fall anime season with great fanfare. This trailer also has the advantage of not spoiling the plot too much. The images shown out of context are enough to arouse curiosity without spoiling the surprise. You can therefore start watching it without too much risk, but it all depends on your tolerance for disclosure. However, if you want to learn more, we have concocted a summary of everything you need to know about this new season.
The culmination of a whole arc
The fans were waiting for it, and now the Paranormal Liberation War arc is coming to an end soon. After a rise in stress of the most beautiful, the final explosive approaches with great steps. A bit like a Avengers: Endgame for the students of Yuei, the confrontation promises its share of twists and turns. Explosions galore, hell fight and visually stunning powers, the few isolated excerpts that are revealed to us have the merit of attracting attention.
So all that remains is to discover this milestone event in the universe. My Hero Academia. Fans of the paper manga constantly remind us: this arc is a turning point for the characters and their universe. The anime will therefore have the difficult task of succeeding in adapting these events without getting too lost in the heat of the moment at the risk of offering a much less powerful narration than usual.