My Hero Academia he’s at his best right now, and his manga is ready to start the final war. If you are stuck with the series, you will know that Shigaraki Tomura he’s back in the picture and stronger than ever.
The baddie is about to face America’s strongest hero (Star and Stripe), but a new report is here to warn fans about the next “but brief” manga break. As usual, the information reached social media after several fan pages shared the news.
If he Twitter report by WSJ_manga That’s right, Boku no Hero Academia will take a break shortly. The manga will be on hiatus next week and will return the following week with the number 48 de Weekly Shonen Jump.
Boku no Hero Academia manga goes on hiatus
For those who need help with programming, the manga by Kohei Horikoshi will post a chapter this weekend, but things will be frozen on October 24th. The manga will be reprinted with a new chapter 331 on october 31, so Shigaraki will be back in time for Halloween.
The Truth News shares with you, this marks one of several recent week-long breaks, and fans wish creator Kohei Horikoshi all the best. Whether on vacation or recovery, the Boku no Hero Academia fanbase wants nothing but the best for the artist.
Manga creators are known to stick to wild schedules, so breaks are necessary to keep them healthy and avoid burnout. Meanwhile you can read chapter 329 in MANGA Plus by Shueisha.
How many volumes does the My Hero Academia manga have?
As of October 14, 2021, the manga has published 32 volumes or compilation volumes in the magazine Shūkan Shōnen Jump and is still in publication. In other news, spoilers from My Hero Academy manga revealed problems for Star and Stripe in chapter 329.