My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 4: Release Date, Time & Where to Watch

My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 1: Release Date, Time & Where to Watch

Undeniably, My Hero Academia is one of the most popular shonen titles of the modern era. This “New Big Three” title combines traditional Japanese narratives with Western superhero tradition, which is why it became globally popular. While we’re waiting for the anime to further catch up to the story of the manga, we are going to tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming Episode 4 of Season 6 of My Hero Academia, which is scheduled to come out on October 22, 2022.

My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 4 release date and time

From what we know at this moment, Episode 4 of Season 6 of My Hero Academia is going to be released on October 22, 2022. The episode’s title is not know at this moment, but we are going to update the article as soon as it is revealed. The previous episode aired on October 15, 2022. As for the time, the schedules are as follows:

  • Pacific Time: 2:30 AM
  • Central Time: 4:30 AM
  • Eastern Time: 5:30 AM
  • British Time: 10:30 AM

This is the official release schedule for My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 4, which reveals when you can expect the episode to air, based on where you are in the world.

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My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 4 preview and spoilers

The plot of My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 4 is not known at this moment. In this section, we are, thus, going to bring you a recap of the latest episode so that you can roughly know what to expect from the plot in Season 6, Episode 4:

Mirko informs the heroes that he found a rough looking Nomus in addition to Kyudai, and that he will kick him to see if he is the real one. Crust fights his way through Mirko’s location, but several Nomus lie in the hallway and attack him. He manages to find a passageway that leads outside. Meanwhile, Mirko attacks the Ujiko, who laments the Nomus production, slowed down by All For One’s absence.

He then pulls out a device to activate the Nomus High-Ends. Mirko tries to stop him, but is pushed by a small Nomu named Mocha, who has a Quirk similar to Twice’s. She kills him but is strong enough to distract her while Ujiko activates the Nomus High-Ends. As the Nomus High-Ends prepare to destroy all the heroes, Crust arrives at the lab. Mirko manages to identify where Ujiko is hiding with his rabbit ears. She heads to Kyudai’s location, but is intercepted by the Nomus High-Ends.

Mirko uses her ultimate moves to finish off some of the Nomus. On the mountain in front of the Gunga boarding house, Skeptic yells to the other members that the heroes are attacking as the mansion cracks down the middle. Cementoss uses her Quirk to split open the villains’ mansion. Edgeshot orders the heroes not to let the villains escape.

As Denki turns around, Kyoka hopes he completes the mission quickly and safely. A member of the Paranormal Liberation Front, he unleashes an ultimate move called Ultimate Discharge: Lightning Net and attempts to launch a wide-range attack against the heroes, but Kaminari absorbs the electricity from him.

Where to watch My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 4?

The only place where you can watch My Hero Academia on a regular basis is Crunchyroll. Crunchyroll offers the series regularly through simulcast, but you’ll have to watch it in Japanese, with English subtitles, and also in simuldub. Other streaming services do offer My Hero Academia as well, but the episodes are not updated regularly so you won’t be able to watch the latest ones. Also, do remember that Crunchyroll does not offer My Hero Academia episodes in every region of the world.

  • Arthur S. Poe has been fascinated by fiction ever since he saw Digimon and read Harry Potter as a child. Since then, he has seen several thousand movies and anime, read several hundred books and comics, and played several hundred games of all genres.