Preview images were released for My Hero Academia Season 6 episode 14 on the series’ official website. The upcoming episode titled “Extreme Hell” will air on Saturday, January 7. This will mark the beginning of the second cour for the sixth season, which will have a total of 25 episodes.
Studio BONES has fired on all cylinders with My Hero Academia Season 6. From the animation to the composition and even down to the most detailed close-ups possible for this series, this first cour for this season was arguably been the best series of all of 2022. But the war continues in the second cour with both sides beginning to feel the dread of the reality they’re currently enduring.
My Hero Academia is an anime adaptation of the original manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi which began publishing in 2014 under Weekly Shonen Jump. My Hero Academia Season 6 is directed by Masahiro Mukai and is animated by studio BONES. Yousuke Kuroda is in charge of the series composition and script. Hitomi Odashima and Yoshihiko Umakoshi will handle the character designs. And Yuki Hayashi will produce the soundtrack. The original cast for the series will be reprising their original roles from the previous season.
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My Hero Academia Season 6
My Hero Academia Season 6 will continue to cover the Paranormal Liberation War arc, which continues in Volume 27 of the manga that VIZ Media describes as:
The confrontation between the heroes and the villains of the Paranormal Liberation Front is about to kick off! With so much at stake, even the students of U.A. have joined the heroes to help in the coming battles. Within the PLF, Hawks continues to play a dangerous game as a double agent, but the villains have fearsome resources of their own, including whatever lurks in the doctor’s lab. Plus, with every moment that passes, Tomura Shigaraki comes closer to his ultimate form… When it all gets started, there won’t be any going back!
My Hero Academia Season 6 episode 14 will air on Saturday, January 7. Crunchyroll will be streaming the episode with English subtitles.
Source: Official Website
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