My Hero Academia Season 6

My Hero Academia: Season 6

It’s about that time ladies and gentlemen, in this review, we’ll be going over My Hero Academia: Season 6, which covers both the “Paranormal Liberation War” and “Dark Hero” arcs.


This season ran for two consecutive cours consisting of 25 episodes in total which aired from the 1st of October 2022 – the 25th of March 2023, all directed by Kenji Nagasaki.


In a world where those born with superhuman abilities are known as “Quirks,” Midoriya Izuku has aspirations to one day become a hero but there’s a catch – he’s Quirkless. After a tragic accident involving his friend Katuski Bakugo; Midoriya is the only one to have stepped forward to help protect Bakugo from a villain, because of his acts, he is given a gift by the world’s greatest hero, All Might. Now, Midoriya attends U.A. School–a school that cultivates the next generation of superheroes.


It’s no exaggeration when I say that My Hero Academia: Season 6 has been highly anticipated by fans all around the world, myself included, simply because this is the season that reveals the underlining dark secrets of the world which has been rotting right under our noses and inevitably results in a clash between the heroes and villains. Not to mention, we finally get to see, “The Dark Hero” — vigilante Deku.


We’ll begin first with the Paranormal Liberation War which began strong with the heroes’ invasion of All For One’s right-hand man, Daruma Ujiko, and his secret lab underneath a hospital where he has been modifying countless corpses creating numerous Nomus.


The animation and buildup towards this reveal could be felt throughout the entire episode even though the first 12mins or so were all recap, but the delivery was god-tier in my books, you could tell that a lot was riding on the outcome of this war.


No one could have prepared us for the outcome of this war to end up as it did.


Not only did we lose our favorite senpai – Midnight, the heroes lost with casualties exceeding anything we could have imagined and society as a whole has changed forever.


Gone are days when civilians walk on the streets with smiles on their faces knowing very well that the heroes are there to protect them from villains.


Gone are the days when civilians felt like they were an audience watching the heroes perform on stage as if it were a play in a theatre, chaos has arrived and it has a name.


The Demon Lord – All For One is a menace to society. Schadenfreude is what he does for a living, manipulating, and gambling with people’s lives is just another day in the office for this villain driven by the singular desire of bringing the world to its knees.


On to the second cour of the season.


For the first time in My Hero Academia history, we get a dark opening from the franchise that is so well done, it’s been considered one of the best, if not the best opening for the franchise to do.


Part two of My Hero Academia: Season 6 focuses on the aftermath of the Paranormal Liberation War with the remaining heroes retiring, calling it quits because things have become too hard, no longer are the cheers enough to keep them going, and yet one light remains.


Midoriya Izuku, a second-year student from U.A. fights dangerous villains, and escapees from Tartarus alone in the dark of night, hoping to lore out All For One from his secret hideout.


Together with the assistance from All Might, Endeavor, and Hawk. Midoriya Izuku stands alone as the last hope for a better future against a society that’s lost hope and no longer sees heroes as people that will come to the cries of the weak.


Huge shout-out to the voice actors of Midoriya Izuku played by Daiki Yamashita and Ochaco Uraraka by Ayane Sakura for putting their hearts and soul into these characters this season.


I still get chills to this day when remembering the scene of Uraraka bringing Midoriya to his knees, shedding tears of relief uncontrollably, all to relay the question – “Who is there to help the heroes when they are the ones suffering?”


Midoriya Izuku sure has come a long way from the beginning of the series, learning to use his quick, sustaining possible permanent damage along the way all in the attempt to master the quick given to him by his mentor All Might.


For a schoolboy to have gone through all the life-threatening, life-changing situations that he’s been through in such a small period is ludicrous.


Without a doubt, the second part of the sixth season of My Hero Academia has far exceeded my expectations with its execution, visuals, what’s at stake if the heroes lose, and delivery.


My Hero Academia: Season 6 has without a doubt delivered this season. The first part is solid but the second part, OMG, you can tell that Studio Bones opened up their wallets to the production team on this.


I give My Hero Academia: Season 6 a 4.2 out of 5 rating.


Let me know in the comments section below what other anime you’d like me to review.


As always, thank you for reading another review from, LSR.


Until next, stay blessed.My Hero Academia Season 6
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Kohei Horikoshi

Ever since I was a child, I've been drawing. I'd show them to my parents and they were very encouraging. When I was deciding on whether or not to go to college, that's when I was also deciding what to do with my career. I wound up going to a design school, but I realized the skills I was learning there weren't really applicable to becoming a manga artist. But I graduated anyway, then I freelanced for a while.

In a world where those with powers are known as “Quirks,” Izuku Midoriya has aspirations to one day become a hero but there’s a catch — he does not have a Quirk.
  • Daiki Yamashita
  • Nobuhiko Okamoto
  • Kenta Miyake
  • Yuuki Kaji
  • Junichi Suwabe
  • Toshiki Masuda
  • Ayane Sakura
  • Misato Fukuen
  • Aoi Yuuki
  • Hiro Shimono
  • Gou Inoue
  • Akio Ootsuka
  • Eri Kitamura
  • Hiroki Yasumoto
  • Romi Park
  • Daichi Endou
  • Yasuhiro Mamiya
  • Kaito Ishikawa
  • Akeno Watanabe
  • Kousuke Takaguchi
  • Kouki Uchiyama
  • Souichirou Hoshi
  • Atsumi Tanezaki
  • Kenji Nagasaki
  • Bones
  • 25 Episodes

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