The news that comes directly from the official Twitter account of the Film "My Hero Academia: Two Heroes" suggests that a new manga will come soon. This news comes only a few weeks after the official presentation of the fourth season of the anime. Some episodes will arrive during the next autumn.

Announcement of the new Manga

Let's find out the details that came out so far regarding the highly anticipated project, which is coming in a few months. Below is the tweet by the makers, announcing the new Manga.

"My Hero Academia's" new manga is a surprising one for the fans.


It is something that probably even its author, Kohei Horikoshi, would have never expected while creating this particular anime made of heroes and villains from American comics. The franchise has grown so much that it was inevitable to see a new whole series ready to bring a new life to the anime. Its success has been such that now TOHO Animation has decided to follow the usual steps for the rest of animated films.

In addition to the "Vigilante- My Hero Academia Illegals" spin-off, the brand has also seen the first feature film dedicated to the saga, named as "My Hero Academia: Two Heroes." Meanwhile, the film will soon have its personal manga adaptation ready to reproduce the story seen on the television screen in paper format.


Meanwhile, it is not known if Horikoshi will take care of it.

At the moment not many details have been disclosed regarding this written version of the story. Meanwhile, the Manga will be available from May 2. According to official statements by the makers, further information will be unveiled in the upcoming weeks. Recall that "My Hero Academia the Movie: Two Heroes" has already recorded impressive numbers at the box office.

The movie

For those who don't know, "My Hero Academy: Two Heroes" premiered in Japan on August 3, 2018. According to Anime News Network, Funimation and TOHO hosted a world premiere of the film with English subtitles at the Anime Expo on July 5. On February 13, 2019, the Blu-ray and DVD version of the film arrived in Japanese stores.


The synopsis of the film reads "The exciting finals are over, and UA is preparing for summer camp. Deku and All Might receive an invitation from a certain person to go abroad to a gigantic artificial city...called I-Island." It is worth noting that the original manga debuted in July 2014 on the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, a magazine published by Shueisha.

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