The end of the pause is approaching My Hero Academia was taken to return with a sixth season of his animeand now is the best time as it is in the middle of celebrating an important anniversary for the manga, and that is why the series has unveiled a new poster.
Kohei Horikoshithe series creator is preparing to end the manga’s run within the next year, but the franchise itself seems to be enjoying more popularity than ever as the manga’s release is making its way through the final war. between the heroes and the villains, and the anime is preparing to return with its very sixth season.
You see, My Hero Academia was first released in the pages of the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from Shueisha in July 2014, and thus this month marks the eighth anniversary of the manga series, with over 35 collected volumes of the series under its belt so far, and with many more to come, the series creator celebrated the milestone with a special new poster showcasing a huge stretch of the manga: Heroes vs. Villains.
And so, within this new poster we can see some spoilers being revealed for fans, as even though the My Hero Academia manga could go on forever, Horikoshi has told fans that he’s really preparing for it. ending, as well as an emotional message to fans along with Volume 34 of the manga, where Horikoshi stated the following:
“I feel like I can finally see the goal in sight. It’s quite a strange feeling to get to this point. In the past, I just drew without caring [por el futuro], but now I wonder how many more times I can draw these characters. Change is scary as you get older. Well, I really shouldn’t dwell on that! Until the next volume then!”.