My Hero Academia Manga Ends in 5 Chapters
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My Hero Academia Manga Ends in 5 Chapters

Shueisha announced that the My Hero Academia manga series will end after the next 5 chapters. The ending of the series will appear in the double issue 36 and 37 of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, which will release on August 5, 2024.

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By the time the My Hero Academia manga ends, the series will have reached 430 chapters in total. The announcement of the conclusion of the manga series originally appeared during the latest Jump Press presentation broadcasted on June 24, 2024 in Japan.

In addition, My Hero Academia author Kohei Horikoshi shared some words about the announcement. The original message appeared during the aforementioned broadcast, as well as on the My Hero Academia official X (formerly Twitter) social media accounts. In it, Horikoshi apologized for taking the last two weeks off, and said that his schedule has been incredibly busy as of late. Horikoshi also thanked fans for continuing to read the series for the last 10 years.

Here is an extract from the original Japanese message translated in English:

It’s possible that some opinions might differ between “still 5 more episodes!?” or “only 5 more episodes!?,” but I will do my best for the remaining 5 chapters so that both sides can enjoy (the ending)!

The official X (formerly Twitter) account for the anime series also reminded fans of the upcoming My Hero Academia: You’re Next anime movie, which will release in Japan on August 2, 2024.

The My Hero Academia manga will end on August 5, 2024. Viz Media handles the release of the manga outside Japan. The My Hero Academia anime is streaming on Crunchyroll, with its most recent Season 7 having appeared on May 4, 2024.

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