My Hero Academia, the next generation of anime and manga following the last “Big 3.” In terms of the next “Big 3,” My Hero Academia is trying to obtain that spot as Shueisha pushes that advertisement towards Japan and the rest of the globe. However there are rough times as demand becomes more popular, and the stress to create good content comes to a halt. After all, a manga is drawn by one person and that responsibility goes to the mangaka, or manga artist of that story. Today we are going to be discussing the My Hero Academia Manga on Hiatus!
To begin with, it was noted in the 43rd issue of Shuiesha’s Shonen Jump Magazine that the My Hero Academia, or Bocu no Hero Academia manga (written and illustrated by Horikoshi Kouhei), will be going on a one week hiatus due to Horikoshi’s sudden illness.
As a result of this illness, Shueisha’s Shonen Jump Magazine did not publish any new chapter from the manga. Instead, they issued a notice to all the fans saying that a brand new chapter and the continuation of the series will be back to its regular schedule next week.
This is the second hiatus Horikoshi Kouhei has taken ever since starting the Bocu no Hiro Academia manga series. His last hiatus was during the 28th issue of Shueisha Shonen Jump’s Magazine back in May 2017. The Bocu no Hiro Academia manga has been going on since 2014.
Also the announcement of Bocu no Hiro Academia anime has been confirmed for a season 3! So expect news on that topic shortly. Thank you all for reading and we will see you all in another article shortly!
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