Episode 17 of My Hero Academia Season 6 will shift its focus to Toya and the Todoraki family.
Episode 17 of My Hero Academia Season 6 is titled “The Wrong Way to Put Out a Fire” and will be released on Saturday, January 28th at 2:30 AM PST. Fans based in Japan can watch the new episode on NTV and YTV, while international fans can enjoy it on the official website of Crunchyroll. The official release time for Episode 17 will vary depending on your location:
- Pacific Standard Time: 2:30 AM.
- Central Standard Time: 4:30 AM.
- Eastern Standard Time: 5:30 AM.
- Greenwich Mean Time: 10:30 AM.
- Central European Time: 11:30 AM.
- Indian Standard Time: 3 PM.
- Japan Standard Time: 5:30 PM.
- Australian Eastern Daylight Time: 9:30 PM.
The previous episode of My Hero Academia focused on Hawk’s past, his troubled childhood, and how he ultimately joined the Hero Public Safety Commission. The city is in disarray at the moment, and the citizens are blaming Endeavor for it. As a result, the citizens are trying to take matters into their own hands, but are only making the situation worse.
My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 16 Recap
The previous episode started with a flashback of Keigo Takami’s life, living in a terrible and abusive household. His father was a villain on the run with his mother for murdering someone. Keigo looked up at the Heroes with sparkling eyes, especially Endeavour, whose plushie he would never give up. However, he never considered them anything more than fantasy, until one day when his father was arrested by Endeavour.
Left with his mother on the streets, Keigo was asked by his mother to use his powers, after which he saved some civilians. As a result, Keigo was approached and recruited by the Hero Public Safety Commission, and since then, they have had to cut their names from the Takami Family. In the present, Hawks and Best Jeanist discussed how the latter was put into a death-like state to fool Dabi. Best Jeanist defeated some goons on the street while the police were busy with the escaped villains. There he learned that the hero offices nearby have shut down, indicating how much trust the civilians have lost in them.
They reached Hawks’ mother’s house, where they learned that she had left, and she apologized for revealing their past to Dabi’s men. Hawks felt shattered and blamed himself for not being able to save his mother, after which he showed his determination to help Endeavour. In the meantime, the civilians have started to take the matter into their own hands and decided to fight villains using the support items. However, their actions backfired as their inexperience worsened the matter.
At the hospital, Endeavour had gained consciousness, and he broke down discussing Dabi and his past sins which still haunt him. The chapter ended with Rei’s arrival, who wanted to talk about Toya.
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