My Hero Academia Manga ends in 2022. This news hit us like a truck. But, we all had to face the truth when the creator himself revealed all of this heartbreaking news in the yearly Jump Festa.
As reported by Shonen Jump News – Unofficial, series creator Kohei Horikoshi has announced that, barring any other unexpected delays or hiatuses, the series should reach its conclusion within the next year.
We have got all the details lined up from you. From the details to the announcement- we have all the things lined up. Let us get into more details now:
Horikoshi's message at Jump Festa 2022 mentions that if things go as planned, My Hero Academia's story will be concluded in about a year. pic.twitter.com/Q2EqsCcqxu
— Shonen Jump News – Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) December 19, 2021
My Hero Academia Manga Ends In 2022: Details
The fact that the manga is ending is something we have known all along. If you keep up with the manga- you have seen that all the details are being wrapped up. Shueisha was also hinting at the fact that the manga won’t be here for a while.
My Hero Academia Manga Ends In 2022: Announcement
Horikoshi says that if he can do everything correctly, volume 30 will be the end of it all. In his words:
“When the decision to extend the series happened, I personally thought ‘I guess I want to end it here’ and it was around Volume 30,”
“That’s what I had originally planned, but when I think of all the things that must be set up before getting into the last arc, I realized, ‘Ending the series at Volume 30 will be impossible’ (laughs). However, the current arc that is going on all has a purpose that will be relevant in the last arc,” Horikoshi said.
Source: Jump Festa
So, My Hero Academia Manga Ends In 2022. Are you guys as bummed out as we are? The manga has been here for a while. Many people had different things to say about the manga, but in the end, we love it all.
The manga has been both emotional as well as adventurous. We cannot complain about the enchanting plot. It got our attention and drew us in. The popularity of the anime, and the manga sales say it all.
— Angie ✰ (@izukumidoriah) December 18, 2021
My Hero Academia Anime
The My Hero Academia manga may be coming to a close, but the series’ animated entries still have plenty of content left to adapt. The anime’s sixth season is scheduled to premiere sometime during the fall of 2022 and will focus on the Paranormal Liberation War arc.
A movie was also made that become a hit at the box office. So, the anime-only fans have nothing to worry about just yet.
About My Hero Academia
For those unfamiliar with the My Hero Academia, the series was created by Kohei Horikoshi and has been running in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since July 2014. The story follows Izuku Midoriya, who lives in a world where everyone has superpowers but he was born without them. Dreaming to become a superhero anyway, he’s eventually scouted by the world’s best hero All Might and enrols in a school for professional heroes. The series has been collected into 15 volumes so far and has been licensed by Viz Media for an English language release since 2015.
The correct Season 5 timeline. pic.twitter.com/nOKoMc0zHh
— WillFanofMany (@Will_F_O_M) December 18, 2021
Fans are not ready to say goodbye yet, and we are not either. But, it is the truth. With heavy hearts, we have to say goodbye to one of our favourites.
This is all we have on the latest news. We will be updating you with all the details we get. Stay tuned with us for more anime and manga related content. Are you excited about the brand new JJK movie? You might want to read: Jujutsu Kaisen Movie 0.