My Hero Academia 6 僕のヒーローアカデミア 6th Season My Hero Academia Season 6
My Hero Academia 6 start with Tomura Shigaraki at its helm, the former Liberation Army is now known as the Paranormal Liberation Front. This organized criminal group poses an immense threat to the Hero Association, not only because of its sheer size and strength, but also the overpowering quirks of Jin “Twice” Bubaigawara and Gigantomachia.
As new intel from the covert hero Keigo “Hawks” Takami confirms that Shigaraki is nowhere to be seen, the Hero Association decides to strike the enemy headquarters with a surprise attack using the entirety of its assets—and the UA students find themselves on the battlefield once again. As the fight rages on, the unsuspecting villains must regroup and push back, but the brave heroes are determined to eradicate every last one of them.
You know the drill by now when it comes to this series. With how the previous season really failed to measure up to the popularity that this series has. Will the sixth season measure up? So far, I would have to say that is a yes for now. My grade for it would be higher, and the only reason that it is not, is that the gut feeling that it’s going to be drawn out, and feel like a drag, like the previous seasons were. It’s the only downside to it. Some anime are hurt from waiting week to week, while others thrive in it. My hero in these cases, would be better off being binged and experiencing all in a go, rather than waiting a week, sometimes two in fact for the next part.
As one who has read past the current parts in the show through the manga, I do have to say that it has captured it really well, and gas really kicked off with a bang. Something you would want from this show, not the same ol training arc that we’ve seen time and time again.This time, we’re thrown right into the action, which is only great to see. When you’re watching My Hero at this stage, you want the battles, you want the intensity, you want it all. Thankfully, My hero has delivered on that front so far this season. If it continues, it’ll be a good season.
My Hero has it’s style and polish, and hasn’t lost a step here. Along with usual cool and killer OP and ED, that you’ll more likely listen to a good few times. No matter your thoughts and feelings are on the show itself, you’ll always enjoy these kinds. Props should be given here, and rightly so. No matter how the story goes, you can least say that there is care given to the art style, and such. They will most of the time, always look good.
My Hero Academia 6 has kicked off with a bang, and unlike the previous season, it seems to live up to most of the hype so far, and long may it continue.