My Hero Academia Teases Its Finale With New Creator Update

My Hero Academias Paranormal Liberation War Arc came to an end in the final episodes of the Shonen’s anime adaptation, and the manga’s Final Arc is currently set in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump. While creator Kohei Horikoshi has been tight-lipped when it comes to how many more chapters will be about UA Academy’s world before bidding farewell to Class 1-A, a new entry from the mangaka could give us a depressing hint about how much time is left.

Currently, a big event is preparing as Deku and Shigaraki face each other for what will most likely be the last time. With the Final Arc seeing some major battles take place, such as Shoto Todoroki fighting against his nefarious older brother Dabi and Endeavor and Hawks teaming up to fight All For One, Horikoshi has not hinted that his beloved Shonen franchise will continue one day this storyline comes to an end. While the anime adaptation also hasn’t confirmed how many additional seasons it will have before it comes to an end as well, we could see two more coming, if not a movie or two as well.

Final of my hero

In a recent popularity poll for My Hero Academias characters, the eighth to arrive so far in the course of the manga’s history, creator Kohei Horikoshi hinted at the idea that this character survey could be the last for the franchise, meaning the end may be sooner than we think :

“The story is going through some chaos and sadness, but I’m here to announce the results of the 8th popularity poll. Thank you so much for the votes and for all the support! I think this was probably the last popularity poll. Thank you.”

(Photo: Shueisha)

Currently, My Hero Academias manga recently announced a two-week hiatus due to a health issue with creator Kohei Horikoshi, and with the last panel of the previous chapter alluding to the final battle between Deku and Shigaraki about to take place, it’s going to be a long wait to many Shonen fans.

Do you think we’ll get the last chapter of it? My Hero Academia this year? Feel free to let us know in the comments or call me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk about all things comics, anime and the world of UA Academy.

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