In “My Hero Academia” manga, the “Paranormal Liberation War” arc ran from chapters 253 to 306. That’s a lot of ground to cover for a TV season, so although previous seasons of the animated show have adapted one or more story arcs, it’s possible that Season 6 will be limited to this one, or they may even break it off and the “Paranormal Liberation War” will continue in Season 7.
There are currently 34 collected tankōbon volumes (the Japanese equivalent of trade paperbacks) of “My Hero Academia” manga that have been published. The last two, published in Japan this year, have not yet been released in English, but they bring the total number of chapters collected to 339.
Beyond that, there are 16 additional chapters (Chapters 340 to 355) that were published in issues of “Weekly Shōnen Jump” magazine in 2022, but have not yet received the collected information. tankōbon treatment. In short, the manga is over a hundred chapters ahead of the anime, which means fans can probably expect many more episodes of “My Hero Academia” come. The series already has 113 episodes under its belt, and its sixth season will be released on Crunchyroll this fall.