According to many fans, but also some insiders, the sequel to the historic Naruto series, which was released on Weekly Shonen Jump from 1999 to 2014, is undoubtedly My hero academia. Kohei Horikoshi returned to Shueisha magazine in 2014 after two mistakes in presenting a manga that is famous and popular these days.
And Masashi Kishimoto himself spoke positively about My Hero Academia and Kohei Horikoshi in an interview a few days ago. But as already announced, the author had planned an unpublished and very thick illustration that was to be published in the winter edition together with the Jump GIGA 2021.
A few days after the magazine was officially launched in Japanese stores, the My Hero Academia and Naruto Poster drawn by Kishimoto himself. In an unrecognizable landscape, Kishimoto focused on four characters. There are the protagonists Naruto Uzumaki and Izuku Midoriya Of the two mangas, there are two characters at their side who have a lot to do with the shadows and are very much loved by the fans: Fumikage Tokoyami and Shikamaru Nara.
Unsurprisingly, while the sides are occupied by the two protagonists, the lower and upper parts of the picture are devoted to the main movements of the two men who control the shadow. A Encounter between the worlds of Naruto and My Hero Academia certainly beautiful and effective.