Kohei Horikoshi, creator of Boku no Hero Academia, shares what he feels while working on the end of his greatest work.
boku no hero academia is on a pause so that its creator Kohei Horikoshi take a break, but while this is happening volume 34 came out with a message where this mangaka reflect before the end of his work. That’s something that should be given this year and the words of this creative suggest that he has things very clear. However, he also implies that as he approaches the denouement there are more things that come to his mind.
Horikoshi start by saying “I feel like I can finally see the goal in sight. It’s quite a strange feeling to get to this point.”. This part implies that the ending is something he can glimpse, but at the same time he is dealing with said idea. Then he commented “In the past, I was just drawing without taking care of myself [del futuro]but now I wonder how many more times I can do these characters?. That sounds somewhat intriguing.
— 僕のヒーローアカデミア公式 (@myheroacademia) May 2, 2022
Could it be that you are thinking of an early retirement? the creator of boku no hero academia He is barely 35 years old, but his message before the end continues. To the above, he added “Change is scary as you get older”. Perhaps what he means is that he still hasn’t gotten used to the idea that he is finishing what is his most important work so far. It must be hard for a mangaka as he is nearing the end.
Horikoshi finished off by saying “Well, I really shouldn’t dwell on that! Until the next volume then!”. Perhaps the only thing this author needs is to rest a little more often. You may be under a lot of pressure to finish, although I doubt that in Shueisha they want me to do it. With the outcome of their work they will lose one of the great attractions of Weekly Shōnen Jump and that keeps readers interested week after week.
I think he feels that way because of the very goal he has set in his mind. It is partly reflecting the message she shared in the 34th volume of the manga. boku no hero academia before the end. Let’s hope that things go in the best possible way for Deku and his friends. By the way, the volume mentioned above still has no release date in the West. In that sense, you will have to have some patience before it is located.
Thanks to @aitaikimochi for transcription and translation of the message of Kohei Horikoshi. At least the break time this has mangaka take advantage of it for draw their charactersWhat Ochako Uraraka Y Nejire Hado.
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