My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 13 Release Date, Time, Preview and Where to watch

One of the most popular and highly-acclaimed new-generation anime and manga series, “My Hero Academia,” has garnered an enormous fan base with the adaptation of one of its highly-anticipated arcs. The series, known for its engaging plot and well-written characters, has also achieved significant success in terms of manga sales worldwide. Here we will discuss everything you need to know about the upcoming episode.

my hero academia season 6 ep 13

In the previous episode, the fight between the heroes and Shigraki has almost reached its conclusion as both sides are fatally injured.

On the other hand, Ochaco was about to taken down by Toga when Tsuyu makes a late entrance and saves her from getting killed.

Meanwhile, the rest of the heroes join in the battle between Shigraki and Deku and tries to help them so that they can limit the casualties.

The series’ biggest surprise came when Dabi announced himself as the son of Endeavor and framed him for his murder.

We also got to see his backstory, why everyone thought he was dead, and why he decided to join the league of villains.

Dabi decides to take out Todoroki as revenge against his father, but fails in the process as there were many heroes present.

Stylist jeanist makes a late entry to the scene and saves everyone from Machia by trapping him up, allowing the heroes to land a finishing blow on him.

After many episodes, we finally got to see Lemillion back in action after being taken out by the league of villains and losing his quirk.

Endeavor also decides to let his past hold him back and decides to fight Dabi to protect the rest of his family.

Preview Images:

My Hero Academia season 6 episode 13 preview images have been released. Episode 13 will be the final episode of the first part. Season 6 is listed with a total of 25 episodes.

Release Date and Time:

My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 13 is scheduled to release on Saturday, December 24, 2022. Crunchyroll will be streaming the anime to worldwide fans.

The release timing for the international audience is as follows:

  • Pacific Time: 2:30 AM
  • Central Time: 4:30 AM
  • Eastern Time: 5:30 AM
  • British Time: 10:30 AM
  • Philippines Time: 5:30 PM

Where to watch:

You can watch this ongoing series on Crunchyroll. However, viewing the latest episodes would be best if you were a premium subscription member.

It can be watched simultaneously on other websites, but the quality might not be up to the mark and will buffer a lot.

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