My Hero Academia Animation Studio Releases New Poster

By Samona Punjabi / February 2, 2022

Season 5 of My Hero Academia ended with the League of Villains joining hands with the Meta Liberation Army. The latest season adapted the arcs: Joint Training Exercise, Endeavor Agency Arc, and My Villain Academia. The stage has now been set for the upcoming Paranormal Liberation War Arc, adapted in Season 6 of the anime series.

With fans waiting in anticipation for the upcoming season of My Hero Academia, an animator from the official anime adaptation produced by Studio BONES has gathered some of the most prominent heroes of the franchise to create a unique piece of art that unites the students of Class 1-A with their professional counterparts. My Hero Academia Season 6 is slated to air sometime in October 2022.

My Hero Academia Animator Releases New Artwork

The official Japanese Twitter account for My Hero Academia shared some new artwork by Yutaka Nakamura, an animator for the series. The artwork brings together heroes like Deku, Endeavor, Hawks, Uravity, Bakugo, and Shoto Todoroki, who have unique storylines in the upcoming War Arc.

The poster itself is part of a sales event, the theme of which is "reach out in any pinch!" which plans to offer My Hero Academia fans new merchandise from the franchise. The poster shows our favorite pro heroes "reaching out" to people in need, keeping the theme of the latest event in mind. My Hero Academia has held events similar to this in the past, with last year seeing an event that gathered the villains together and celebrated the League of Villains, following their victory against the Meta Liberation Army.

Check out the poster below:

My Hero Academia's upcoming Paranormal Liberation War Arc will present the most significant challenge that our heroes have had to face until now. The League of Villains leader and All For One's heir, Tomura Shigaraki, took over the Meta Liberation Army thanks to winning a battle against the army's leader, Re-Destro. Things are not looking too good for our pro-heroes, with Shigaraki now having obtained the largest villain army in the history of the Hero Society.

In the manga, Izuku and his friends are struggling with the aftermath of the War Arc while the Hero Society faces some fundamental changes. While we don't want to spoil anything for anime-only fans, we can tell you that Deku and his friends will never be the same following the upcoming War arc. In addition, the creator of My Hero Academia, Kohei Horikoshi, has confirmed that the series is left with only one more year of stories.

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