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My Hero Academia confirms season 6 OVA and premiere date

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My Hero Academia confirms season 6 OVACrunchyroll

My Hero Academia has confirmed a special season 6 OVA (Original Video Animation) and its debut date.

The all-new original episode of My Hero Academia titled 'UA Heroes Battle' is set to premiere at New York Comic Con on Friday, October 13.

The exclusive world premiere — which NYCC attendees will see before the episode screens in Japan — will feature the English dub.

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"The third year, Mirio Togata, pays a visit to the students of Class 1-A, who are bored because they are not allowed to go outside. He brings them a card game called UA Heroes Battle that the support course made," reads the official synopsis for 'UA Heroes Battle'.

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"This game, where players can use cards of various UA students, is tough, just like UA itself. Who will win the card battle?!"

The episode will later be made available for streaming on Crunchyroll, though release dates are yet to be confirmed.

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Set in a world where roughly eighty percent of the population has a superpowered Quirk, My Hero Academia tells the story of Izuku Midoriya and his classmates at UA High School as they work towards becoming heroes.

Season six of the anime, based on the popular manga series My Hero Academia by Kohei Horikoshi, was released last year, and season seven was confirmed during the end credits of the season six finale. A fourth My Hero Academia film is also in the works.

My Hero Academia is available to watch on Crunchyroll and Netflix.

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