On September 10th, the official Twitter account of My Hero Academia announced the broadcasting of My Hero Academia season 6 will begin on the 1st of October. the announcement came with a teaser trailer showcasing the pro heroes and events of the upcoming season.
The short trailer video also featured the opening theme song for the series “Hitamuki” produced by SUPER BEAVERS.
The trailer showcased some of the fantastic pro-heroes including Hawks (Keigo Takami), Mirko (Rumi Usagiyama), and who can forget Mt Lady going head to head with Gigantomachia.
The series will be animated by Studio Bones and will cover the Paranormal Liberation War Arc from chapters 253 to 306, the 6th season will showcase the long-awaited battle between the heroes and the villains.
The list of updated staff was also updated on the official website as:
Director: Kenji Nagasaki
Director: Masahiro Mukai
Series Composition: Yosuke Kuroda(Studio Orpheus)
Character Design: Yoshihiko Makoshi, Eyes Odajima
Art Director: Shigemi Ikeda, Yukiko Maruyama(Atelier Mousa)
Color design: Kazuko Kikuchi(Wish)
Director of Photography: Takashi Sawa
Editing: Kumiko Sakamoto
Sound Director: Masafumi Mima
Music: Yuki Hayashi
About The Series
My Hero Academia is based on a superhero manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi about a young boy who wishes to become a hero despite having no superpowers, the series began its serialization in 2014 in Shueisha’s Shounen Manga magazine and now has 35 volumes published. The first season of the anime series was produced by Studio BONES and aired in Spring 2016, the second season premiered in Spring 2017, and the third season in Spring 2018. The fourth installment began airing in the Fall of 2019 and the latest fifth season aired in Spring 2021. The popular My Hero Academia franchise also has 3 non-canon films: Two Heroes (2018), Heroes Rising (2019), World Heroes’ Mission (2021)