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Boku No Hero Academia 6th Season - Episode 16 ((TOP))


The episode also featured the return of three major villains from previous seasons as well as the introduction of a brand new character who, according to the second opening sequence, will play an important role in the upcoming episodes of My Hero Academia season 6.




Boku no Hero Academia 6th Season - Episode 16


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My Hero Academia season 6 episode 16 will be released on Saturday, January 21, 2023, although the global release time will vary for viewers depending on the time zone differences. International fans will be able to stream the episode at the following times:


My Hero Academia season 6 episode 16 will be broadcast globally on Crunchyroll. Fans in the U.S. and Canada can also stream the episode on Hulu and Funimation. Netflix will broadcast the episode in several Asian countries.


Season 6 episode 15 showed the Todoroki siblings Natsuo and Fuyumi, along with their mother, Rei, entering the hospital to visit Shoto, suggesting that the upcoming episode might feature a reunion of the Todoroki family. The episode might also show Deku, who was still unconscious in episode 15, finally regaining consciousness as well. As for the title of My Hero Academia season 6 episode 16, it has been revealed to be The Hellish Todoroki Family, Part 2.


Realizing that his real body was located deep underwater at the lowest level of Tartarus, AFO disabled the power system of the facility, allowing the prisoners to break out from within. Season 6 episode 15 featured the return of three major antagonists from the series, including Muscular, whom Deku had defeated in season 3, followed by Stain, whose ideology popularized the League of Villains, and Overhaul, who used Eri to develop quirk-destroying bullets in season 4.


Pro-hero Selkie gives the new generation a taste of happiness and a life to fight for in the most recent episode of My Hero Academia, "Long Time No See, Selkie". He wants to ensure our heroes in training do not lose sight of what they are fighting for: there are happy and fun moments with friends to remind them this is the life they are fighting for when they put their lives on the line. It was the first time I see one of these slice-of-life moments being explained and given a reason as he discusses with Dragon Hero, Ryuko.


This episode of My Hero Academia starts off with Deku admitting they were barely able to keep up with Endeavor on their first day and wondering how each of their friends is doing on their respective hero courses; as we see, they are training under different Pro-heroes. This time Ochaco and Froppy have joined Ryuko's agency and are welcomed into the team quite warmly. However, shortly after they receive a distress signal from Selkie's team requesting for a team-up to chase after some shady team who seems to have the new drug they keep discussing on the news.


I am not always the biggest fan of slice-of-life moments in anime, I tend to love action and hate episodes that feel like fillers. I must add though, My Hero Academia finds a way of making these types of episodes count toward bigger stories or world-slash-character building. It never feels like throwaway moments. While it was not the strongest episode of the season, it was still enjoyable. I love seeing our heroes in training get a break and enjoy life a little. I am curious about who were those on the end credits and I am not looking forward to things getting dark quite yet, although it truly has a feeling like things are about to fall apart soon. 041b061a72


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