The release date and time for My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 8 has been confirmed along with a brand new preview trailer.
The sixth My Hero Academia TV anime season has now featured a nearly non-stop battle spanning seven episodes, pitting countless heroes and villains against each other.
There have been some notable deaths so far, but the danger only increases as the giant Gigantomachia finally breaks free of the fortress battlefield as it stomps toward Shigaraki.
Now it’s up to the UA students to stop the giant villain; but when will My Hero Academia S6 Episode 8 be released on Crunchyroll?
My Hero Academia S6 Ep 8 release date and time
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 8 (121) is scheduled to premiere worldwide on Saturday, November 19th.
New Season 6 TV episodes of the MHA anime adaptation for OTT streaming via Crunchyroll at the following international times:
- Pacific Time – 2:30 am
- EST – 5:30 p.m
- UK Time – 10:30am
- European Time – 11:30 am
- Indian Time – 4pm
- Philippine time – 6:30 p.m
- Australia Central Daylight Time – 21:00
Episodes from the English dub will then air every Saturday at 12pm PT/3pm ET/8pm GMT.
A short preview of episode 121
Episode 8 (121) of Season 6 of My Hero Academia is said to be titled “League of Villains vs. UA Students” with the anime series official website giving the following preview story caption:
“Gigantomachy, a “walking catastrophe. In the midst of all this, the students of Yuei High School’s hero department, led by Yaoyorozu, launch a desperate strategy! Will they be able to stop it?” – Episode 121 story, via heroaca.com.
The preview trailer for the new episode also featured the following narration:
“The defense network of the professional heroes has been breached. UA Hero Course students face the monstrous giant. Class A and Class B work together to launch a major operation to block Gigantomachia. Next time “League of Villains vs UA Students!” Even when bound by past fears, they will break through with chivalry. move on! Plus Ultra!” – Preview Trailer for Episode 121 via Crunchyroll Player.
What happened in the last episode?
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 7 (120) was titled “Disaster Walker” and opened with a news helicopter circling over the destruction in Jaku City, acknowledging that the casualties will be immense as vast areas in disused land to be converted.
Shigaraki continues to battle Endeavor, who is joined by Gran Torino, Deku, and Bakugo. However, the heroes must now contend with a group of “Near High End” Nomus who managed to survive the hospital collapse – the doctor explains that they only respond to commands from the one for whom the settings are on a remote control are determined, i.e. Shigaraki .
Deku eventually comes face to face with Shigaraki after saving Aizawa from an attack, only for Shigaraki to be prompted by the voice in his head to capture One For All. He stops short when the voice calls Deku his little brother, only for Shigaraki’s ego to take over as he prepares another devastating attack.
Meanwhile, Gigantomachia takes Dabi, Toga, Mr. Compress, and a few other villains with him as he sprints towards Shigaraki from the battlefield. Mount Lady attempts to stop him, but his size and strength are too great as she is pushed down the slope alongside Gigantomachia.
Mount Lady is thrown aside as Kamui Woods flies alongside with Midnight on his back; Dabi notices them and fires his blue flames at Kamui, only for Mr. Compress Midnight to charge directly – the two fall hundreds of feet through the canopy.
Seriously injured, Midnight tells Yaoyorozu that they cannot stop Gigantomachi using brute force alone and that she needs to make a significant amount of anesthetic so they can put the giant villain to sleep. The scene ends just as a group of villains arrive at Midnight.
We see a brief flashback of when Midnight said that Yaoyoruzu would one day make a competent leader once she started giving orders to her fellow UA students. The group of classmates smile as they begin to collect the anesthetic, the episode ends with the team of would-be heroes preparing to stop Gigantomachia.
By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]
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