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My Hero Academia has already distributed over 85 million copies of the manga.

Date: March 27, 2023 Time: 07:23:03

This year has started off on a good footing for My Hero Academia as new numbers have been revealed for the series, which already exceeds 85 million manga copies sold worldwide. This is 20 million more than last year, indicating that the series created by Kouhei Horikoshi continues to gain popularity.

Volume 37 of My Hero Academia shipped to Japan today, and it brings good news about the incredible numbers the series has reached as of February 13th. The 85 million includes both physical and digital copies of the manga, below you can check out the official announcement posted on My Hero Academia’s Twitter:

My Hero Academia is currently on a short hiatus due to Horikoshi’s health issues, but the manga is expected to return to the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump in its 20th issue, which will go on sale on February 20th. Meanwhile, the anime continues to air its sixth season, which premiered on October 1, 2022. The season will be divided into two parts, which will be broadcast consecutively.

The anime, brought to the small screen by Bones, has already shown the first look at season six episode 18, which shows the coming of a difficult moment for the heroes of UA Academy. For its part, the manga continues to reveal more details about Deku’s Quirk, as a popular fan theory about the mysterious power Deku holds within thanks to All Might has recently been confirmed.

Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy
Kevin Kennedy is an associate editor for ePrimefeed covering latest news, economy and movie.

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