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My Hero Academia’ Season 6 Episode 11 Release Date, Spoilers: The End of Deku, Shigaraki’s Battle

December 7, 2022

The fight against Shigaraki may finally come to an end in My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 11 titled Dabi’s Dance. The new episode preview hints at another intense turn of events as the war between the Pro Heroes and the League of Villains continues.

Fans can’t wait to see how the fight between Deku and Shigaraki in My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 11 will end. Who do you think will emerge victorious between the two?

It remains to be seen who will win between Deku and Shigaraki when their fight is finally over. Will it be in favor of the heroes or not?

According to the teaser, Shigaraki will undergo another transformation, with blade-like tendrils coming out of his back and one of his eyes turning red. Does this mean a danger for Deku and the rest of the heroes?

Elsewhere, My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 11 will see Shoto preparing for his big fight while Endeavor and Deku struggle to get up. Gigantomachia and the other villains have also reached their leader’s location, so Nejire and Ida head to Team Endeavor to warn them of the upcoming enemies.

Iida escapes while carrying an injured Bakugo. From there, the preview’s narrator reveals that Dabi will be sharing a shocking truth on national television. There are theories that this revelation may have something to do with his identity, which shocked Hawks during their Episode 4 fight.

This, too, could have something to do with his plan to liberate a society filled with his so-called false heroes. His alleged truth is laced with personal resentment, bitterness and hatred.

Meanwhile, My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 10 saw Bakugo block Shigaraki’s attack to save Deku. Then a glimpse of One for All was revealed.

Shigaraki prevented All for One from seizing power. Deku remained tied up while Nana Shimura assured him that the former OFA users would take care of him.

Gigantomachia continued on its journey and now had two masters. Shigaraki started falling into the world of the remains and let AFO take control to steal OFA, but Shimura and AFO’s brother stopped him.

The first Guardian defended Deku, giving him the willpower and strengthening the previous remains that helped break the bonds. AFO could no longer develop its full potential.

Dabi, Toga, and other villains hitchhiked to Gigantomachia. Toga wanted to confront Uraraka and lured her in by disguising herself as a grandmother. The episode ended with a fight between the two, which may continue in My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 11 on Saturday December 10th.