The “Final Act” of My Hero Academia Manga Kicks Off This Week

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Alejandro Medellin
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Quirk users, prepare to go beyond! News from Weekly Shonen Jump has confirmed that the My Hero Academia manga series is officially starting its “Final Act.”

Chapter 306, which publishes this week, is officially titled “The Final Act Begins,” kicking off what might be the beginning of the end for the celebrated superhero manga series started in 2014.

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And though the manga may be entering its final phase, fans of the series still have plenty to look forward to from Deku and Class 1-A, including the upcoming broadcast of My Hero Academia Season 5, as well as a third theatrical release planned for this summer in Japan.

From creator Kohei Horikoshi, the My Hero Academia manga kicked off in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2014, and began publishing in North America under VIZ Media in 2015. Several spin-off manga have been published as well.

In 2016, My Hero Academia began its run as an anime from Toho Animation and Bones (Mob Psycho 100, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood) and has four seasons under its belt. You can catch the story so far, subbed and dubbed, right here on Funimation.

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Are you ready for the “Final Act” of the My Hero Academia manga? Share this post and let us know! And stay tuned to Funimation for the latest news on all things anime, this season and beyond.


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