My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 6: 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 6 of Season 6 of My Hero Academia, which is scheduled to come out on November 5, 2022.

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

From what we know at this moment, Episode 6 of Season 6 of My Hero Academia is going to be released on November 5, 2022. The episode’s title is not known at this moment, but we are going to update the article as soon as it is revealed. The previous episode aired on October 29, 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 6, which reveals when you can expect the episode to air, based on where you are in the world.

RELATED: 30 Best Anime Like My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 6 preview and spoilers

The plot of My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 6 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 6:

Synopsis: Dabi overpowers Hawks using his Blueflames in retaliation for Twice’s death. Hawks says that he couldn’t find any information about Dabi’s past, as he tells him that he never cared about the League’s goals and that instead, he will use them to carry out “Stain’s will”. After revealing his identity, stunning Hawks, Dabi prepares to burn him alive.

Back at the hospital, Mirko finds himself struggling to deal with the High-Ends as they begin to stabilize, so he rushes to Garaki to destroy Shigaraki’s containment pod. One of the High-Ends stops her, but thanks to his tenacity and the help of Endeavor and Eraser Head, he is able to destroy the capsule when it is 75% complete.

Garaki tries to wake Shigaraki up, but Present Mic is able to completely destroy the lab before he can, knocking out the Doctor for good measure. While dragging Garaki to stop the Nomu, the hero X-Less watches over the comatose Shigaraki. Garaki reveals that he developed the Quirks singularity theory over 70 years ago, but was ridiculed and only All For One believed him; he also reveals that the incident he created Kurogiri was meant for Eraser Head.

Meanwhile, Shigaraki finds himself in a shattered landscape in his mind, where visions of his family members come to him. A somber All For One calls out to him, as his family members hold him back, including Nana Shimura, whom he deteriorates, telling them not to reject him, as he walks into the darkness. In the real world, an electric shock wakes Shigaraki up.

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

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.