My Hero Academia is one of the most fan-favourite new-generation anime series, and fans always wait for the next episode anxiously. Season 6 of My Hero Academia has been going strong since the premiere.
In episode 2, the heroes were divided into two groups. Team Endeavor heads out to Jaku hospital while Team Edge shot goes to Gunga mountain villa, which is the hideout for the liberation army.
Meanwhile, Miriko encounters Doctor Ujiko, who is somehow expecting an attack from the heroes. It looked like Miriko was about to catch him when she was pushed away by a nomu that could create body doubles.
Even though she took down the nomu, it created enough time for the doctor to launch a High-end name, one of the best he has ever made.
Meanwhile, the evacuation of the hospital gets completed, and suddenly a wave of nomus appears out of the ground, which the heroes tackle.
On the other hand, Miriko faces difficulties in taking down so many Nomus, but in the end, she proves she is one of the strongest heroes and takes down the herd of Nomus.
Meanwhile, Team Edge shot encounters the base of the liberation army and storms through the enemy’s base. But it looks like some of the villains were already anticipating that.
Kaminari was nervous due to never being on the front lines and so many lives being dependent on him. However, he soon regained his composure and tackled the enemy’s attack waving way for the heroes to enter the base.
Episode 3 Preview:
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 3 is titled “One’s Justice,” and the preview images have been released.
Release Date and Time:
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 3 is scheduled to release on Saturday, October 15, 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, you need to be a premium subscription member to view the latest episodes.
It can be watched simultaneously on other websites, but the quality might not be up to the mark and will buffer a lot.
My Hero Academia author wanted to end the manga series at the end of 2022, but recently, he has been considering extending the story.