Manga My Hero Academia hits 65 million copies worldwide

The manga’s 33rd volume will ship in Japan on February 4.

Deku and the main cast of My Hero Academia

Kōhei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga currently has 65 million copies circulated worldwide, Shueisha announced on Sunday. This includes print and digital, but does not count as sales metrics.

In Japan, the series has a circulation of 45 million, including digital and print both sold and unsold. Shueisha recently began streaming a promotional video for the manga’s upcoming 33rd volume, which will be released in Japan on February 4.

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The My Hero Academia The manga began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine in 2014. The series has collected 32 volumes. throughout its course up to nowand has inspired three different sub-manga series along with novel adaptations, video games, and two musicals.

The anime adaptation first aired in Spring 2016 and is produced by Studio Bones. The 13-episode third season was followed by a 25-episode second season that premiered in April 2017. The third season of the series was released a year later, also running for 25 episodes, with a fourth season and next Thursday. The sixth season will premiere in the fall of 2022.

The series has inspired three anime films. First, My Hero Academia: Two Heroeswas released in 2018, followed by Heroes rise in 2019and World Heroes Quest in 2021. World Heroes Quest earned US$40 million at the worldwide box officeis considered the most successful of the three.

Horikoshi recently announced that the series will “hit its target” for a year during the Jump Festa ’22 event in December. The manga began airing last March.

VIZ Media licenses the manga and its spin-offs in English. The anime streamed online on Funimation and Crunchyroll.

The source: Anime News Network

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