A leak confirmed that the serialization of the manga written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi, Boku no Hero Academia, will be absent in this year's 51st issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, which will be published on November 21 in Japan. .
The manga would resume a week later in this year's 52nd and final issue, scheduled to be published on November 30 in Japan. The statement did not specify the reasons behind this hiatus, and it is worth mentioning that the manga just had a one-week hiatus in October.
For his part, Horikoshi began publishing the manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in July 2014. The publisher published the 26th compiled volume on March 4 and the 27th on July 3.
The four seasons of the anime adaptation of the manga have been produced by Bones Studios, and premiered in April 2016, April 2017, April 2018 and October 2019, respectively; accumulating as a whole a total of 88 episodes. The fifth season is scheduled to premiere in spring 2021.
Boku no Hero Academia Synopsis
In a world where most people possess a super power, Izuku Midoriya dreams of becoming a hero despite being constantly harassed by his childhood friend Katsuki Bakugou for not possessing a power yet. Driven by his idol All Might, Midoriya does not give up his dream despite it being revealed that he will in fact not develop any power. However, his destiny is linked to that of his idol hero All Might, who will make him know that everyone can become a hero.
Source: WSJ Manga
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