All Might is regretting his failures, when suddenly the “Hero Killer” Stain appears… TV anime My Hero Academia episode 25 (final) synopsis, scene previews released, along with a special visual and event info!

By, 2023年4月1日

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Comic sales have surpassed 85 million copies worldwide!

My Hero Academia is a popular comic by Kohei Horikoshi and serialized in “Weekly Shonen Jump” (published by Shueisha). The series is set in a world where people possessing superpowers known as “Quirks” are commonplace. The main character Izuku Midoriya “Deku” and his friends attend U.A. High School, a prestigious school dedicated to training heroes. A classic hero action story that emphasizes “friendship, victory, and hard work”, together the heroes seek to protect society by confronting villainous criminals who would abuse their Quirks.

The 6th season of the TV anime series is being broadcast every Saturday at 5:30 PM (JST) via 29 Yomiuri TV/Nippon TV networks (some regions excluded).
Part 2 of the 6th season is now broadcasting. Airing from March 25 (Sat) at 5:30 PM, the scene previews for season 6’s final episode, episode 25 (episode 138 of entire series): “No Man Is an Island” have been released!

Final Episode: Episode 25 (episode 138 of entire series): “No Man Is an Island”
“Let this place be his Hero Academia, too!” Ochaco pleads with the civilian evacuees, and their hearts are stirred and agree to let him stay. Finally, At last, Deku is able to return to U.A. Meanwhile, All Might regrets how he approached Deku earlier, and how powerless he was to help him. Just then, the “Hero Killer” Stain makes an appearance…
Elsewhere, Deku and his classmates rest their tired minds and bodies. After this quick respite, they begin to think about the upcoming final battle with Shigaraki, All For One, and the other villains. The resolve of Deku and his classmates is put to the test…!

[Special Visual Released!]

A special visual with the hashtag #デクおかえり (“Welcome back, Deku”) has been created using messages from the fans and viewers addressed to Deku and the students of Class 1-A.

In response to Deku’s return to U.A. in season 6 episode 24 (episode 137 of entire series) “A Young Woman’s Declaration,” fans and viewers sent messages to Deku and the students of Class 1-A with the hashtag #デクおかえり (“Welcome back, Deku”), and a special visual was made and released that includes many of those messages within it! This emotional visual features a tear-jerking scene from “A Young Woman’s Declaration” and combines it with many passionate messages shared by fans. It was also featured at AnimeJapan 2023, held at Tokyo Big Sight on March 25-26 (Sat-Sun) at the ytv (Yomiuri TV) booth.

[Event Info]
<AnimeJapan 2023 Heroaca Stage Free Livestream!>
My Hero Academia Season 6 PLUS ULTRA Stage in AnimeJapan2023
Date: March 26, 2023 (Sun) 15:05~15:40 JST
Venue: AJ23 RED Stage at Tokyo Big Sight
Performers: Daiki Yamashita, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Ayane Sakura, Kaito Ishikawa, Yuki Kaji
Heroaca AnimeJapan2023 Development Info:

[Livestream URL]
Nico Live:

<Hiroaca Season 6 Upcoming Event Announcement!>
My Hero Academia Season 6 “Welcome Back, Deku! U.A. Special Stage”
Date: August 6, 2023 (Sun) Morning and Evening Performances
Venue: Tachikawa Stage Garden, Tokyo
Performers: Daiki Yamashita, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Ayane Sakura, Kaito Ishikawa, Yuki Kaji, Junichi Suwabe, Kenta Miyake

●An event ticket priority purchase application voucher will be included in the first edition of the Blu-ray and DVD 3rd volume of My Hero Academia Season 6 as a limited edition bonus

<Radio Public Recording Announcement!>
“My Hero Academia Radio All Might Nippon Season 6” & “My Hero Academia Radio Villain Favoritism” Public Recording
Date: April 22, 2023 (Sat)
Time: 18:00 Open / 18:30 Start / 20:00 Finish (Planned)
Performers: Daiki Yamashita, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Hiro Shimono, Misato Fukuen
Venue: Makuhari International Training Center Symposium Hall, Chiba

Venue Viewing Ticket: 5,500 yen plus tax
Ticket Priority Raffle…Application Period: March 25 (Sat) at 10:00 JST until April 2 (Sun) at 23:59 JST
Raffle Announcement Date: April 7 (Fri)   Date for Deposit: April 7 (Fri) until April 11 (Tue) at 21:00 JST
Application Limitations: 1 application and up to 2 tickets per person
Application Site:
Stream Viewing TIcket: 3,000 yen plus tax
Stream Ticket Sales Schedule: April 15 (Sat) starting at noon (JST)


[Anime Overview]
My Hero Academia TV Anime Season 6

Airing every Saturday evening at 5:30 JST!
Airing via 29 Yomiuri TV/Nippon TV Networks (some regions excluded)
Comic sales have surpassed 85 million copies worldwide! TV anime My Hero Academia is based on the popular comic by Kohei Horikoshi and is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump (published by Shueisha). The story is set in a world where roughly 80% of the total population possesses some sort of superpower known as a “Quirk”. Izuku Midoriya “Deku” and his classmates at the U.A. High School strive to become heroes who protect society and individuals from accidents, disasters, and villain criminals who would abuse their Quirks. This is the story of their growth, battles and friendships!

Deku and the others enter into the spring of their 2nd year at U.A. High School. Endeavor and the other heroes face off against a powerful band of villains led by Tomura Shigaraki in a conflict best described as all-out war. As the host of the Quirk One For All, Deku battles against Shigaraki, who has become terrifyingly powerful through advanced surgery. The terrible fight leaves them both gravely injured, and Shigaraki’s retreat seems to mark the end of the war. However, the devastation left by the conflict combined with Dabi’s confession that he is in fact the son of Endeavor, Toya Todoroki, creates public distrust toward the heroes. Additionally, a great many villains escape from prison with All For One’s help, and they wreak further havoc upon society. As the current host of the Quirk One For All, Deku’s sense of duty compels him to leave U.A. High School in order to not endanger those around him. He leaves a letter for his classmates, and then…

Deku’s one-man war begins!

Original Creator: Kohei Horikoshi (Serialized in Shueisha’s “Weekly Shonen Jump”)
General Director: Kenji Nagasaki
Director: Masahiro Mukai
Series Composition/Scenario: Yosuke Kuroda
Character Designers: Yoshihiko Umakoshi, Hitomi Odashima
Music: Yuki Hayashi
Opening Theme: “Bokurano” Eve
Ending Theme: “Kitakaze” SIX LOUNGE
Animation Production: bones

Izuku Midoriya: Daiki Yamashita
Katsuki Bakugo: Nobuhiko Okamoto
Shoto Todoroki: Yuki Kaji
Ochaco Uraraka: Ayane Sakura
Tenya Iida: Kaito Ishikawa
Endeavor: Tetsu Inada
Hawks: Yuichi Nakamura
Best Jeanist: Hikaru Midorikawa
Allmight: Kenta Miyake
Tomura Shigaraki: Koki Uchiyama
Lady Nagant: Atsumi Tanezaki
All For One: Akio Otsuka

<TV Anime Seasons 1~6 now being distributed via various video streaming sites!>
Streaming Info:

[Original Comic Info]
More than 85 million copies of the original series sold!
My Hero Academia Comics
Volume 37 on sale!

Serialized via Weekly Shonen Jump (Published by Shueisha, released every Monday)
<Weekly Shonen Jump Official Site>
<My Hero Academia Comics Official Site>

<Official Site / Official Social Media>
Anime Official Site:
Anime Official Twitter:
Anime Official Instagram:
Anime LINE Official Account ID: heroaca_line
Yomiuri TV Program Official Site:

(c) Kohei Horikoshi / Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee