My Hero Academia manga goes on hiatus – Ramen For Two

My Hero Academia manga goes on hiatus

At number 46 this year’s magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from the publisher Shūeisha announced on Monday, October 18, that the manga My Hero Academia from Kōhei Horikoshi will not have a new chapter at next issue of the magazine, on sale on October 25. The magazine has not given explanations for this absence, but it has confirmed that To return to at number 48, which will be published on November 1st.

Horikoshi began to publish this work on July 7, 2014 and continues to be published in the pages of the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump. To date, it has a total of 32 compilation volumes in addition to 3 spin-off sleeves: Boku no Hero Academia Smash!!, Boku no Hero Academia: Team Up Mission and Vigilante: Boku no Hero Academia Illegals, as well as the light novel titled My Hero Academia: School Briefs.

The work also has an adaptation to TV series produced by the studio Bones. The First season premiered in Japan in April 2016 and ended in June of that year with a total of 13 episodes. This season was followed by a second, third, fourth and fifth season each of about 25 episodes, in addition to 3 OVA and 2 movies animated: My Hero Academia: Awakening of the Heroes and My Hero Academia: Dos Heroes.

The franchise released the past august 8th in Japanese cinemas a third film titled My Hero Academia: World Mission of Heroes and in the last chapter of the fifth season it was revealed that the sixth season of the anime is already in production.

In Spain the manga is being edited by Comic Planet and so far he has already published 28 volumes. The publisher also has the rights to the official guide to the work My Hero Academia – Ultra Archive, novels and spin-offs from My Hero Academia Smash!! AND Vigilante Illegals.

As for the anime, Select Vision He is the one who has licensed and edited the 1st season of the anime, as well as the first 2 movies in DVD and Blu-ray format. Through Netflix España the First 2 seasons in original version with subtitles in Spanish or dubbed in Spanish. The and 5th season can be enjoyed in Crunchyroll España in original version with Spanish subtitles. In the case of films They can also be seen in our country through Amazon Prime Video.

Select Vision announced earlier this month through its social networks that the latest film will hit Spanish cinemas next 12th of November. The film will arrive both in its original version with Spanish subtitles and with Spanish dubbing.

We are in a world where superheroes (and supervillains) abound. The best humans are trained at the Hero Academy to optimize their powers. Among the normal minority, without any power, Izuku Midoriya appears, willing to be an exception and train at the Academy to become a hero.

Source: ANN