One for All is about to change the game. Get ready for another action-packed school year at U.A. High School, as popular anime series My Hero Academia finally returns to TV. Some of you may have had your fill of the Class A versus Class B drama that ran its course in season 5, but the latest installment promises to dive in to Deku’s new quirk and the teen heroes’ big war with the villains. Viewers can now stream season 6 on Crunchyroll.
The final trailer for My Hero Academia’s sixth season gave fans a glimpse of what’s to come for Deku and the rest of the heroes. Their enemies are always busy scheming: According to Crunchyroll, Shigaraki — who’s arguably still U.A.’s biggest hater — bumps heads with another cohort of bad guys.
Bakugo, Todoroki and Deku are doing their internship at Endeavor’s agency, with Deku learning more about Blackwhip, his new quirk. But this season’s arc digs into Shigaraki’s feud with Re-Destro, leader of the Metahuman Liberation Army. Somehow, he “recovers forgotten memories of his terrible childhood and is awakened.” Shigaraki takes over the Metahuman Liberation Army, builds up its reach, and aims for more power and destruction. Yikes.
In addition to MHA, Crunchyroll is streaming a slew of other anime titles this fall. Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! Season 2 and Spy x Family land on Oct. 1, and Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch From Mercury arrives Oct. 2., To Your Eternity and Mob Psycho 100 III are also among the October releases.
Fans can also watch the first five seasons of My Hero Academia on the platform as dubbed or subbed versions. Crunchyroll subscriptions range from $8 to $15 per month, following a 14-day free trial.