After Fans Begged Kohei Horikoshi to End Manga, My Hero Academia’s Final Arc Proves Mangaka is Giving it Her Everything One Last Time

After Fans Begged Kohei Horikoshi to End Manga, My Hero Academia’s Final Arc Proves Mangaka is Giving it Her Everything One Last Time
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My Hero Academia is undeniably one of the decade’s most significant shonen anime and manga. The series has sold over a million copies worldwide. The manga is currently in its final arc, and Kohei Horikoshi, the author of the series, is going all out for the fans who once begged him to end the manga.

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Deku from My Hero Academia
Deku from My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia is in its conclusion arc, and Kohei Horikoshi is not holding anything back. The recent chapters have been one of the best in the entire series, and some fan-favorite characters have made a sensational return to the story.

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What is happening in the last arc of My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia conclusion arc is making the rounds in the community due to being extremely compatible with action and adventures. The final arc has exceeded all the viewers’ expectations and is about to reach its conclusion.

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The series, which started in 2014, is about to come to a close, but Kohei Horikoshi, the author, is determined to send it off with a bang. The recent chapters are nothing short of a masterpiece, with one popular anti-hero character making his return.

My Hero Academia Creator - Kohei Horikoshi
My Hero Academia Creator – Kohei Horikoshi

All for One and One for All are locked in a fierce battle, each driven by their own pursuits. On the other hand, Deku wants to stop Shigaraki as soon as possible in order to prevent more casualties.

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Anti-hero Stain has made a surprising comeback to the story as he wishes to join the side of heroes due to his unconditional aspiration for All Might.

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Why did fans ask Kohei Horikoshi to end the manga?

Kohei Horikoshi is very devoted to his work, and it can be seen that he is putting the story ahead of its health. When My Hero Academia chapter 390 was published in June, it was stated that the series would be going on a one-week break due to the author’s health.

What made fans worried was how much pressure Kohei Horikoshi is under since he apologizes for delaying the end, but it is due to his health.

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One For All
One For All

Seeing the author in such a situation, fans recommended that he take a break for a few years or months and return stronger.

Some even suggested that he make the series monthly to prioritize his health before anything else. However, the recent arc has proved that Kohei Horikoshi is giving the series as best he can to satisfy the fans who have always supported him throughout this journey.

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Health problems have been a widespread issue faced by manga creators in the industry due to the significantly packed schedule they must follow.

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