The Japanese anime “My Hero Academia”, broadcast here in DNA simulcast, will return next year for a sixth season.
No downtime for My Hero Academia! The Japanese animated series has officially announced its renewal, as the final episode of its fifth season was broadcast this weekend. This is excellent news for fans, but it will not surprise anyone, however, given the immense popularity of the program.
My Hero Academia follows the adventures of superhero apprentices; the main character Izuku Midoriya, born without powers (when 70% of the population has them), inherited One For All from his idol All Might, the greatest of superheroes. Will this new generation be able to live up to the exploits of their elders?
If no release date is currently mentioned, a brief teaser has confirmed that this season 6 will focus on the adaptation of the narrative arc of the War for the Liberation of the Paranormal which follows the confrontation of the superheroes. facing the Paranormal Liberation Front led by Tomura Shigaraki, meanwhile the spiritual heir of All For One, the sworn enemy of All Might.
Remember that the third film derived from the World Heroes Mission franchise, released this summer in Japan, does not yet have a release date in France. A release on the big screen remains hoped for by the countless fans of the manga signed Kōhei Horikoshi.
Manga My Hero Academia is published in France by Ki-oon (30 volumes available); the five seasons of the anime can be found in full and now on DNA!