The heroes manage to knock down most of Gunga Mountain Villa and secure all the streams going out. Everything you need to know about the conclusion of My Hero Academia Season 6, Episode 3, is provided here.

When was My Hero Academia Episode 3 released?

On October 15, My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 3 was released. At 5:30 JST, the episode was released in Japan. For fans all over the world, Crunchyroll is simulcasting the show. It will be possible to access the episode with English subtitles one hour after the Japanese broadcast.

Where to Watch Episode 3?

The most recent episodes of My Hero Academia are available on Crunchyroll and Hulu. On these platforms, you can even stream previous seasons.

My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 3 Ending: Being A Villain?

My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 3
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Jin becomes angry and determined not to support his imprisonment, as proposed by Hawks after learning that he has been misled yet again. He uses his Twice Quirk to create many matches of himself to confuse the Pro-Hero.

Unfortunately, Hawks is too successful; he starts destroying copies one by one while also using his feather. He knows that Jin won’t give up now, and points out that killing him is inevitable. When Jin unexpectedly charges towards Hawks to stun the hero and defeat him.

Hawks instantly hit the opponent again as he’s too fast. The Pro Hero jumps on his chest Twice as he falls to the ground and moves in to finish. Unfortunately, the Pro Hero emotionally determines all opportunities. He believes that Jin is too injured to move, but the antagonist appears out of nowhere with a copy that restrains the hero.

Dabi takes advantage of the opportunity to attack Hawks, who is forced out the window as Twice separates himself from the Pro Hero. Whatever happens, the Pro Heroes manage to turn around and enter the hallway through the door yet again while paying his premium fee.

Dabi tries to use his flames to attack him again, but Hawks manages to defend himself this time. Jin repeatedly slapped Mr. Compress in the neck, and kill him there, and then as a hero, he captures both Himiko and Mr. Compress.

It turns out that Jin died from his wounds, and in his last moments, the duplicate expresses gratitude for his life and for everything the bad guys did to him.


The third episode of the sixth season of My Hero Academia was wonderful! This episode closed probably the most fascinating themes of the previous season with a tight narrative that moved quickly.