My Hero Academia’s author stunned his admirers by implying that the famous manga may not be as near to its conclusion as originally thought. According to Kohei Horikoshi’s announcement in December 2021, My Hero Academia will wrap up in roughly a year if everything went according to plan. But a recent comment posted on Weekly Shonen Jump gives fans of the popular superhero manga new hope.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 4 doesn’t seem like it would slow down from the fast-paced action after the sad death in the previous episode. Well, if you believed that, you’d be mistaken. Let’s get right into the article now!
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 4: Quick Recap
The heroes’ attack on Gunga Villa, the Paranormal Liberation Front’s operational headquarters at the time, was the sole subject of My Hero Academia season 6 episode 3. Kaminari started it off by utilizing his peculiarity to make a gap while the Pro-Heroes held the baddies at bay in the front lines.
The episode opened with Edgeshot, Midnight, and Kamui Woods in action before moving on to Fatgum, Amajiki, and Tokoyami’s attempt to block off the villa’s concealed escape route from its basement. Re-Destro and Tokyami’s Dark Shadow battled, but Re-screws Destro’s ankles were unable to endure the impact of Dark Shadow’s hardest assault, “Ragnarok.”
The focus of the third episode of My Hero Academia season 6 then switched to the conflict between Twice and Hawks. The hero’s treachery left Twice, or Jin Bubaigawara, in pieces as he realized that this was the second time his predisposition to trust others had put his comrades in terrible danger. He attempted to avenge Hawks but was unable because the hero was already aware of his Duplication flaw.
Dabi reached the space just in time for Bubaigawara to have a chance to flee and save his buddies. However, Hawks intercepted Bubaigawara by using Dabi’s blue flames as a diversion.
When Dabi called the mask-wearing bad guy by his true name, Hawks’ attack was thwarted, allowing the villain to flee and send out one clone before being killed by Hawks. The clone apologized to them for putting them in jeopardy and then melted away, saving Himiko Toga and Mr. Compress from being arrested.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 4: What will happen next?
According to the trailer for My Hero Academia season 6 episode 4, after Bubaigawara Jin’s demise, a furious Dabi will fight Hawks. The fact that Dabi used Hawks’ true name has led some anime-only viewers to believe that the two characters may be related. This might be the key to shedding light on Dabi’s background and dispelling the widely held belief that Dabi is the Todoroki family’s long-dead oldest son.
The forthcoming episode will return to the conflict at Jaku General Hospital, according to the teasers. Doctor Garaki tried to flee with Tomura Shigaraki, who is still undergoing some kind of change and triggered many High-End nomus to fend the heroes off. Both Endeavor and Mirko will be seen in action in Season 6, Episode 4, but Shota Aizawa, also known as his hero’s name, Eraser head, will receive a lot of attention.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 4: Release date
The fourth episode of My Hero Academia season 6 will air on Saturday, October 22, 2022, although due to time zone differences, the episode times may vary throughout the world.