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My Hero Academia manga will end in just 5 chapters, concluding Deku and All Might's journey this August

It's been a long road together but we're coming to the final stop

My Hero Academia Deku in season 6
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The countdown is on to the end of the My Hero Academia manga. One of the most popular Shonen manga of the last decade has reached its epic conclusion – now all that is left for Kohei Horikoshi to do is to tie up a few loose ends and give the characters the ending they deserve. We know that the manga is now in its epilogue stage, but now we know exactly when the final chapter of Deku’s journey is going to drop.

The announcement comes from Shueisha’s Jump Press video on June 24, 2024, which explained that My Hero Academia would be ending in just five chapters. With its weekly release schedule, that means that the final chapter of the superhero manga would drop on August 5, 2024. The news comes as My Hero Academia is on a short two-week hiatus and is expected to return on July 1.

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With more than 100 million copies of the My Hero Academia manga in circulation, along with seven seasons of the anime and a fourth film on the way, it has been a heck of a ride for Deku and the rest of Class 1-A as they learn to master their quirks and train to become the heroes their world needs. In a stroke of cosmic timing, the next movie in the franchise, titled My Hero Academia: You’re Next is set to debut in Japanese cinemas just a few days before the final chapter of the manga is set to come out.


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