My Hero Academia announces short hiatus due to author’s health

My Hero Academia announces short hiatus due to author's health
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Publisher Shueisha announced that My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) would go on a short hiatus. The official press release states that the sudden hiatus is due to author Kōhei Horikoshi’s health issues.

The manga will return on December 26 with the release of Chapter 376. Remember that the work is in its final arc. Horikoshi had announced the manga’s closure this year but decided that the story would extend beyond that.

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The sixth season of the anime features the adaptation of the War Arc, where the heroes of A.U. College attempt to stop the nefarious machinations of the Paranormal Liberation Front.

Deku continues his studies at the #1 hero’s company, Endeavor, alongside Bakugo and Todoroki. With hard work, he slowly pushes his boundaries as a hero, eventually mastering the Black Whip. In the meantime, Tomura Shigaraki and the League of Villains take on the Metahuman Liberation Army led by Re-Destro.

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My Hero Academia is a Japanese manga series created by Kōhei Horikoshi. The story features a multiracial world because Heroes—people who can perform superhuman actions—are very common. They are so common that it’s almost as if everyone has superpowers! This is an exciting, coming-of-age story about the future of humanity and what it means to be a generation of humans and Heroes.

According to Horikoshi, the conclusion should happen until December this year.

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