The new issue of the weekly Shonen Jump magazine announced that the My Hero Academia ( Boku no Hero Academia ) manga would go on hiatus for two weeks.
The sudden hiatus was so that creator Kohei Horikoshi could take a short break to care for his health.
Chapter 380 was initially scheduled to be released this Sunday (5). With the postponement, the launch was rescheduled for February 19th.
For his entire life, Izuku has dreamed of being a hero — an ambitious goal for anyone but an especially challenging one for a boy without superpowers. That’s right: in a world where 80% of the population has some special Gift, Izuku had the bad luck of being born completely normal. But that won’t stop him from enrolling in one of the most prestigious hero academies in the world.
My Hero Academia is a creation of Kohei Horikoshi and rescues the great action stories that made Shonen Jump world famous and still pays a great tribute to the classic heroes of North American comics. With this engaging formula, the work has been conquering fans in all parts of the globe.
The manga is published by Viz Media, and the five seasons of the anime adaptation produced by the studio Bones (Bungo Stray Dogs, Mob Psycho 100) are available to subscribers of the streaming platform Crunchyroll.