Horikoshi Says My Hero Academia Will End in a Year

My Hero Academia story was introduced to its final act in March 2021, while the anime show first premiered in April 2016. The sixth season, which is already anticipated among the My Hero Academia fandom. Season 6 should be released in the fall of 2022, while the manga creator also shared her thoughts about the ending of My Hero Academia.

My Hero Academia had a panel on Jump Festa 2022, which took place on December 19th, 2021.  The voice actor behind the character of Izuku Midoriya, Daiki Yamashita, read the message from the creator of My Hero Academia, Kohei Horikoshi.

The creator of the popular anime and manga stated in a message read by Yamashita, that if everything goes smoothly, My Hero Academia story should see its end in exactly a year. That would mean that the story should end by the end of 2022, soon after the release of the sixth season.

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Horikoshi also left some space for the story ending in case not everything goes according to the plan. The message also stated that the voice actor, Daiki Yamashita might be reading the same message next year.

The manga became a part of the Shonen Jump Weekly magazine in 2014, following the story of Izuku Midoriya, a young boy who always wanted to have a “Quirk,” which is how the superpowers are called in the MHA universe. Izuku lives in a world where superpowers have become a common trait among people, and wishes to become a part of the superhero world although “quirkless.”

 Whether Yamashita-kun will be reading the same message at Jump Festa 2023 remains to be seen. The fandom has a whole year to see how things unravel for My Hero Academia story, alongside the upcoming season 6.

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