My Hero Academia's English Dub is set to have Erica Lindbeck voice Lady Nagant in the show's sixth season. Lady Nagant is a former top-class hero who was previously imprisoned in Tartarus before escaping. Lindbeck is known for voicing a variety of characters in movies, video games, and television series. Some of her most notable roles include Loona from Helluva Boss, Cassie Cage from Mortal Kombat 11, Black Cat in Spider Man (2018 Video Game), and Barbie in the Barbie cartoon series.
Check out My Hero Academia's Season 6 Trailer!
The sixth season of the anime debuted on October 1. There will be 25 episodes in the season, which will air across two straight seasons. The anime is being streamed on Crunchyroll as it airs in Japan, along with an English dub. The anime is showing on Toonami. The new opening theme song "Bokurano" (Our) is performed by Eve, while the new closing theme song "Kita Kaze" is performed by the three-piece rock band Six Lounge (North Wind).
Check out the song "Bokurano" by Eve!
Check out the song "Kita Kaze" by Six Lounge!
The "Paranormal Liberation War" segment of Khei Horikoshi's original manga, which depicts an all-out conflict between heroes and villains, has so far been adapted for the new season. The former opening theme song, "Hitamuki," was sung by SUPER BEAVER, and the previous closing theme song, "Sketch," was sung by Kiro Akiyama.
The first 13 episodes of the anime's first season debuted in April 2016. The second season's 25 episodes debuted in April 2017 and the third season's 25 episodes debuted in April 2018. In Japan, the fourth season's 25 episodes began airing in October 2019. In August 2020, a two-episode original video anime for the series began streaming on Funimation and Crunchyroll in Japan. The fifth season of the program began airing in Japan in March 2021 and ran for 25 episodes. On June 20, 2022, a brand-new original two-episode anime aired in Japan. The episodes are being streamed on Crunchyroll.
In July 2014, Horikoshi published the first issue of the manga series in Weekly Shonen Jump from Shueisha. The manga is printed and digitally published by Viz Media in North America. The manga is also available digitally in English through Shueisha's MANGA Plus service.
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