My Hero Academia Manga Signals Approaching Finale with Major Announcement

Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia manga has been grabbing audiences for several years now, with its gripping storyline and dynamic characters. As the series approaches its Final Saga, fans are eagerly anticipating the resolution of the intense conflict between Izuku Midoriya, known as Deku, and the villainous Tomura Shigaraki.

My Hero Academia has solidified its place as one of the top modern shonen anime, drawing in a dedicated fanbase with its compelling narrative and thrilling action sequences. With the story reaching its climax, fans are hopeful that Horikoshi will deliver a satisfying conclusion to the epic saga.

It’s widely acknowledged among fans that the My Hero Academia manga is nearing its conclusion. However, a recent announcement concerning Horikoshi has only fueled speculation further, signaling that the end may be drawing near for the beloved series.

My Hero Academia (Credits: Studio Bones)

My Hero Academia Manga: Fans Speculate on Impending Conclusion

Fans are speculating that the My Hero Academia manga may be nearing its conclusion for several reasons. One recent announcement has particularly caught their attention: K

ohei Horikoshi, the mangaka behind the immensely popular series, will be featured in a four-part interview in Weekly Shonen Jump starting from issue #19 next week.

While an interview about Horikoshi’s career is undoubtedly exciting, fans can’t shake the feeling that this announcement might signal the end of My Hero Academia. Across social media platforms, fans have been expressing their concerns and speculating about how many chapters of the manga might be left.

Some fans have suggested that the manga could wrap up in as few as four chapters, while others believe it might take 12 to 15 more chapters to conclude the story. However, these are merely speculations at this stage.

Dabi as seen in My Hero Academia Season 7 trailer (Credits: Studio Bones)

Although the manga is clearly approaching the climax of its Final Saga with each new chapter, recent developments in the intense battle between Deku and Shigaraki indicate that there may still be some way to go.

It’s unlikely that all the characters will receive a satisfying resolution in just 4 to 8 chapters, especially considering the pivotal point the story is currently at. However, it’s worth noting that the manga is expected to conclude sometime in 2024.

With this in mind, fans should brace themselves for the possibility that the series may reach its definitive conclusion in the latter half of the year, depending on any breaks Horikoshi takes.

My Hero Academia (Credits: Studio Bones)

Fans React to Horikoshi’s Interviews in Shonen Jump, Speculate on My Hero Academia’s Conclusion

Fans had varied reactions to the announcement of Kohei Horikoshi’s interviews being published in Weekly Shonen Jump.

While it’s not uncommon for manga artists to share insights about their careers in the magazine, what sparked concern among fans was the fact that Horikoshi’s interview will span four consecutive issues. Many interpreted this as a clear indication that the manga may be approaching its conclusion.

One fan expressed a sentiment echoed by many, likening the situation to “the endgame,” suggesting that the series might not have much time left.

League of Villains as seen in My Hero Academia Season 7 trailer (Credits: Studio Bones)

Another fan couldn’t hide their sadness at the thought of the series ending soon, acknowledging the profound impact My Hero Academia has had on the anime and manga community.

“It really is ending soon and I am so sad.”

Despite this realization, another fan noted that the series is in its final stretch, though it may not be over in just a few chapters.

“Oh yea this series is definitely in it’s final stretch.”

My Hero Academia (Credits: Studio Bones)

Speculation about the timeline of the manga’s conclusion was also a topic of discussion. One fan speculated that depending on the frequency of breaks between chapter releases, the series might not even last until August.

“Depending on the breaks he has the series might not see august.”

However, not everyone believes that the end is imminent. One fan pointed out that there are still unresolved plotlines, particularly involving Aizawa and Kurogiri, suggesting that the series cannot be in its endgame just yet.

“We not in the endgame. We still have aizawa and kurogiri stuff to cover.”

Ultimately, fans are hopeful that whenever My Hero Academia concludes, it will do so in a manner that brings closure and satisfaction to its loyal audience.