MHA Manga - Check Out the Latest Awesome Artwork Shared by Kohei Horikoshi

Did you know My Hero Academia mangaka Kouhei Horikoshi has been sharing awesome MHA artwork on Twitter before a new episode airs?

By Iyane Agossah

July 17, 2021

Did you watch this week’s episode of MHA yet? Because Kouhei Horikoshi, original mangaka of the series, has been regularly sharing awesome artwork on Twitter since the start of Season 5, right before new episodes air in Japan.

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Weekly artwork by MHA mangaka Horikoshi Kouhei

Ahead of the new MHA episode, almost every week on Saturdays, Horikoshi sensei has been sharing some exclusive artwork over on Twitter. Usually with some of the characters appearing in the upcoming episode. And most notably mentioning whether the episode is adapted from the manga, or an anime original.

While it never really had something bad to the point you could call it “filler”, the MHA anime has a few bits of anime original stories, and that’s the case of Season 5 Episode 16 (or episode 104 if you’re counting from the beginning).

This week’s illustration is a summer themed one with some of the MHA girls at the beach. Be sure to sure to give Horikoshi a follow if you haven’t yet. He rarely tweets, and mainly restarted since the new anime season began, so your feed won’t get any more crowded.

Over in Japan, MHA will get its third movie, My Hero Academia World Heroes Mission, this August 6 in theaters. The movie has no release date outside Japan yet.

With the My Hero One’s Justice series, MHA regularly gets game adaptations too. You also have the mobile game MHA Ultra Impact. Deku and Bakugo are also playable characters in Jump Force. Though I personally wouldn’t recommend that game to anybody. Maybe we’ll get something like an MHA JRPG, or some other genre than 3D arena brawler one day, who knows?

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Iyane Agossah

Living near Paris, Iyane is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. He plays Genshin Impact for the story. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07.

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