Is My Hero Academia Manga Ending in 2022?
Here's everything you need to know about Horikoshi's recent comment.
After Kōhei Horikoshi’s comment at Jump Festa 2022, fans wonder if My Hero Academia’s story will conclude next year. Well, here’s everything you need to know about it.
My Hero Academia is one of the most popular manga and anime series right now. Written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi, the manga follows the journey of Izuku Midoria and other students at the U.A.
The recent MHA chapters have been really intense, and to be honest, it already feels that the manga is heading towards its end. Well, it looks like we aren’t wrong assuming that the manga’s story would end soon.
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My Hero Academia Manga Might End Next Year
At Jump Festa 2022, Studio Bones released a new trailer for My Hero Academia Season 6. Interestingly, the anime trailer was accompanied by a comment from Kōhei Horikoshi. According to the author’s statement, MHA manga’s story will end in about a year if everything goes as planned.
So YES, given that there’s only a year of story left, we might see MHA concluding by the end of 2022. That said, it might also get stretched to the first quarter of 2023 if we consider some unforeseen breaks.
Similar to the manga, My Hero Academia‘s anime adaptation by Studio Bones is insanely popular. So far, Studio Bones has released five seasons of the anime adaptation, and fans are now looking forward to Season 6 in Fall 2022. So, you could say that by the time we get a new anime season, the manga series will be at its final stage.
Of course, the manga community is heartbroken that their favorite manga will end soon. However, fans do realize that ending a story on a good note is always better than stretching it unnecessarily for too long.