Will the Second Season of My Hero Academia Receives a Trailer?

On Monday, a new trailer for My Hero Academia Season 6’s first season was released. As the new season continues to move into the second cour, the teaser covers a broad selection of spectacular moments from the first cour. My Hero Academia Season 6’s first season covers the first 13 episodes, while the second cour covers the last 12 episodes. Season 6 of My Hero Academia is presently streaming on Crunchyroll, with new episodes airing every Saturday. Episode 12 will be broadcast on Saturday, December 17, and Episode 13 will be broadcast on Saturday, December 24.

My Hero Academia Season 6

Season 6 of My Hero Academia follows the manga’s Paranormal Liberation War arc. Many fans of the series consider this arc to be the best yet, with nonstop action and highly dark moments, providing a perfect opportunity for studio BONES to flex their animation muscles and go plus ultra! Crunchyroll’s YouTube channel provided the sub for the official trailer back in August which was initially released after Season 5 was completed.

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The Paranormal Liberation War arc from the manga is shown in Season 6 of My Hero Academia. Many fans of the series think that this arc is the best one so far. It is full of nonstop action and very dark moments, giving studio BONES the chance to show off their animation skills and go above and beyond. In August, Crunchyroll‘s YouTube channel posted the sub for the official trailer, which came out after Season 5 was over.

My Hero Academia Season 6 receive a trailer

Not to mention the 7 prizes the manga has received and the 24 individual accolades the anime has received. The series has also gotten stage plays, 8 OVAs, 3 movies, 3 manga spin-offs, and 2 video games, and it is the only manga to have at least one volume on the New York Times Best Seller list every month for the whole year of 2021.

Synopsis via Crunchyroll:

Izuku has dreamt of being a hero all his life—a lofty goal for anyone but especially challenging for a kid with no superpowers. That’s right, in a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of super-powered “quirk,” Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that’s not enough to stop him from enrolling in one of the world’s most prestigious hero academies.

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