In a world of simulcasting and simuldubbing, it feels so wrong to announce that the dub date of My Hero Academia Season 6 has been confirmed to release 2 weeks after the initial subbed release. Saturday Crunchyroll announced at its MHA New York Comic-Con panel that it will officially stream the dub of season 6 starting on October 15th.
The original Japanese release date of the latest season was October 1st and it seems like it will be following the delayed dub releases that Funimation did for the previous seasons. Season 6 has already been confirmed to run for two continuous seasons (with no break) and will be 25 episodes. Aside from that, it’s really all we know about the dub. Anything else is purely left to speculation.
Check out the official My Hero Academia Season 6 Dub trailer and read on to learn more about the upcoming season!
About My Hero Academia Season 6:
The end of season 5 of BNHA brought with it a promise of war, Season 6 picks up directly after facing down an army of villains all under Tomura Shigaraki’s control, and this time the heroes are leading the charge. The power struggle is real as we hit the “war arc”, can Deku and the heroes finally crush All For One’s grand plans, or will this just be another reason society loses faith in the heroes even more?
Horikoshi is bringing all of the bangers with this arc, so make sure you stay tuned for more MHA coverage!