A proverb says, “There is no glory in battle worth the blood it costs.” This is valid for My Hero Academia’s season 6 because both Heroes are still alive. As the conflict with the Paranormal Liberation Front rages, civilians lose their lives.
As the enemies gain the upper hand, things seem grim for the heroes. The remaining heroes and the police force assist in rescuing the imprisoned and injured while the city is in ruins. Slowly but surely, though, the commoners seem to be losing trust in their heroes and sinking into despair.
The season took a reasonably ominous turn, leaving us wondering about the battle’s conclusion. Here is a brief synopsis of My Hero Academia before we reveal the release date for season 6, episode 15.
But when he learns he lacks a quirk, his hopes of becoming a hero are shattered, and he is left devastated. But a chance encounter with his idol, All Might, profoundly altered his life. Deku is named “One For All” by All Might because of his immense capacity for good.
Deku got to work right away to get his body ready to receive the power of “One For All” since he couldn’t believe such a chance would come his way. He commits himself to extensive training with the help of All Might because “One For All” can destroy your body if you aren’t prepared for it. All Might granted Deku his quirk when he thought he was ready.
Deku still struggles with his peculiarity, so his path is far from finished. He must also become much more potent than he is now to battle the numerous bad guys who are constantly attacking the city and his school, UA.
Previously on My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 14
The sixth season’s episode 14 is titled “Hellish Hell.” In this episode, the antagonist Twice makes Re-body Destro’s double. He is then invited to the Hero Public Safety Commission meeting. He was unaware that this was a trap meant to capture him, though.
The body double nevertheless goes on to murder numerous heroes. After this incident, the fight begins, and things are not going well for the Heroes. A few bad guys have also been detained, while the injured are taken immediately to the hospital.
Several members of the Paranormal Liberation Front’s villainy, including Mr. Compress, Dr. Garaki, the genuine Re-Destro, and others, were detained. However, many bad guys, including Shigaraki, Dabi, and others, succeed in eluding the law. Ochaco and Tsuyu, two UA students, aid the survivors by participating in the rescue efforts. The remaining Heroes can’t cope with the casualties, though.
A few UA students learn that their teacher, Midnight, and several other heroes, perished amid combat. Shigaraki’s body is home to All For One, who can command the Nomu to attack Tartarus, where his main body is.
Release of My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 15
The following episode is titled “Tartarus.” The 15th episode of My Hero Academia Season 6 will air on January 14, 2023, on Saturday. The following table lists the release times for various timezones:
- 12.30 AM (Saturday, January 14th, 2023) – Pacific Time
- 3.30 AM (Saturday, January 14th, 2023) – Eastern Time
- 8.30 PM (Saturday, January 14, 2023) – Greenwich Mean Time
- 9.30 AM (Saturday, January 14, 2023) – Central European Time
- 2 PM (Saturday, January 14th, 2023) – Indian time
- 4.30 PM (Saturday, January 14th, 2023) – Philippine Time
- 5.30 PM (Saturday, January 14, 2023) – Japanese Standard Time
- 7 PM (Saturday, January 14th, 2023) – Australia Time
Season 6 Episode 15: Streaming details
The episodes of Season 6 are available on MBS Network, YTV and NTV in Japan. For other audiences, the episodes are available for streaming on Crunchyroll and Netflix.
The next episode will feature more of All For One and Shigaraki as they prepare to storm Tartarus and more of the war’s aftermath, including how many heroes have died. During the combat, Crust, X-Les, and Native also perished.
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