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My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12 Release Date: All Details!
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12 will air on Saturday, December 17, 2022. Fans are anticipating the forthcoming happenings after the previous episode’s great interpretation of Dabi’s dance and the revelation that Best Jeans is still alive.
Unfortunately, no reliable spoiler information is available for My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12. What fans do have is officially confirmed episode release information, which should be consistent throughout the week. Follow along as this article deconstructs everything currently available release information for My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12 while guessing what to expect.
When And Where Can You Watch My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12?
The problem with MHA is that each episode is only 7 minutes long, thus I’m caught up in 40 minutes and eagerly awaiting the next episode. My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12 will premiere on local Japanese networks on Saturday, December 17, 2022, at 5:30 p.m. JST.
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Given the show’s Japanese release date, viewers throughout the world will see the episode on Saturday, December 17, 2022, locally. The precise time of release varies depending on the area and timezone. Approximately 90 minutes after the episode airs in Japan, international fans can watch it on Crunchyroll. Although Funimation also delivers new episodes to subscribers on a weekly basis, the delay is substantially greater than Crunchyroll’s. As a result, Crunchyroll is the better overall option for watching the forthcoming episode.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12 will be released on Crunchyroll at the timings listed below in the appropriate time zones:
- Saturday, December 17, 2:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time
- Saturday, December 17th, 5:30 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
- Saturday, December 17, 10:30 a.m., Greenwich Mean Time
- Saturday, December 17, 11:30 a.m., Central European Time
- Saturday, December 17, 3:00 p.m., Indian Standard Time
- Saturday, December 17, 4:30 p.m., Philippine Standard Time
- Saturday, December 17, 5:30 p.m., Japanese Standard Time
- Saturday, December 17th, 6:00 a.m., Australia Central Standard Time
I’m watching MHA and I feel horrible for Enji, but you reap what you sow, so I don’t care if he’s sad. He had it coming to him. Anyway, reminds me of my dad lmao, can’t wait for the next episode 1. Fans should expect My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 12 to be quite exciting, given the preview’s emphasis on an unknown figure making a surprise entrance.
The episode will also most likely handle the revelation of Dabi as Toya Todoroki, Endeavor’s presumed-deceased son, AKA Enji Todoroki. Endeavor and Shoto may even face Toya in combat. The teaser appears to allude to this battle. However, this could be a ruse, as Endeavor was too stunned to proceed with the previous installment’s climactic scenes.
Fans will also likely witness Deku defy the other heroes’ advice to leave the battlefield with him, Bakugou, and the other injured heroes. This isn’t a viable choice for Deku, especially because Shigaraki is specifically targeting him.
As a result, viewers may see an already battered Deku push himself even harder to eliminate Shigaraki as a threat. As 2022 develops, stay tuned for more My Hero Academia anime, manga, and live-action news, as well as general anime, manga, film, and live-action news.