My Hero Academia Season 6 is coming this fall and a new visual has been revealed. Studio Bones is returning to animate the new season, with Masahiro Mukai as the director. The new visual features pro heroes and a date at the bottom:
The rest of the staff includes:
- Series composition: Yosuke Kuroda
- Character designers: Hitomi Odashima, Yoshiko Umakoshi
- Chief director: Kenji Nagasaki
- Music: Yuki Hayashi
Season 6 of My Hero Academia recently revealed a trailer during the Jump Festa 2022 panel:
The 6th season announcement came at the end of season 5, which ended September 25, with the 113th episode of the series. Studio BONES, which also worked on previous seasons of the series, animated it. Masahiro Mukai directed it, with Yoshihiko Umakoshi and Hitomi Odashima on character designs. Yousuke Kuroda did the series composition, while Yuuki Hayashi composed the music. Season 6 of the series should cover the Paranormal Liberation War arc if the series keeps following the manga.
Last year also saw an all-new My Hero Academia movie. My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission premiered in the summer of 2021 in Japan, and came to North America in October. The movie ranked 2nd in US Box Office on the opening weekend, making it the most successful MHA movie debut in North America so far.
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