Fans are keeping a very close eye on the anime My Hero Academia because it is set to return this fall. After all, season six will be one of the biggest seasons of the anime so far. A surprise trailer just gave fans their first look at the new season.

The first trailer for season six of My Hero Academia can be seen below. The reel was given out in Japan as a surprise after some new OVA specials were shown for the first time outside of Japan. This is the first trailer for season six, and it shows that My Hero Academia is going to get a lot darker.

After all, our heroes are about to go to war, but not even the pros will get through this without getting hurt. This new trailer shows just how bad things have gotten in Japan because of Shigaraki. With his new powers still in place, everyone from Endeavor to Present Mic and Mirko must be on their best behavior. The U.A. High School students have also been drawn into the fight.

My Hero Academia is set to start airing this fall, so fans can anticipate more advertising for the show before October. At this point, there is no set date for the release, so hang tight for more information. You can watch My Hero Academia on Crunchyroll or Hulu if you want to catch up in the meantime. The first five seasons of the show can be watched online right now.

What do you think of this sneak peek at season six so far? Are you happy that My Hero Academia is coming back? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

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