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Lady Nagant is portrayed by Atsumi Tanezaki in the My Hero Academia anime

Oct. 1 saw the start of the sixth season of the anime. There will be 25 episodes in the season, spread among two running courses

By Sonu | Jan 16, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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Atsumi Tanezaki will play Lady Nagant, a former top-class hero who was imprisoned in Tartarus before escaping, in the second course (a quarter of the year) of the sixth season, according to the official website for the My Hero Academia anime, which announced this on Saturday: Oct. 1 saw the start of the sixth season of the anime. There will be 25 episodes in the season, spread among two running courses. The anime is available for watching on Crunchyroll along with an English dub as it airs in Japan. The anime will be shown on Toonami. Both the new opening theme song “Bokura no” (Our) by Eve and the new ending theme song “Kita Kaze” by the three-piece rock band Six Lounge are currently being performed (North Wind).

Atsumi Tanezaki in the My Hero Academia anime

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 performed by SUPER BEAVER, and the previous closing theme song, “Sketch,” was sung by Kiro Akiyama.

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April 2016 saw the debut of the anime’s first 13-episode season. April 2017 saw the start of the second season’s 25-episode run, and April 2018 saw the start of the third season’s 25-episode run. A total of 25 episodes from the fourth season were shown starting in October 2019 in Japan. In August 2020, Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed a two-part original video anime for the series that was being broadcast in Japan. A total of 25 episodes made up the fifth season of the programme, which debuted in Japan in March 2021. On June 16–19, Japan saw the premiere of a brand-new two-episode original anime. The episodes may be seen on Crunchyroll.

In the July 2014 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump from Shueisha, Horikoshi debuted the manga series. Manga is published in English by Viz Media in North America both digitally and physically. The manga is additionally made available online in English via Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service.

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