The editorial department of the magazine Weekly Shonen Jump from the publisher Shueisha reported that the manga written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia, you will have a one week break.

The statement explains that, to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, the team has made a transition to digital work. However, this transition brought problems to make the manuscript of the new chapter, so the decision was made to delay it. The series will resume in the combined edition number 33-34, which will be published on July 20.

For his part, Horikoshi began publishing the manga in the magazine. Weekly Shonen Jump from the publisher Shueisha in July 2014. The publisher published the twenty-sixth compilation volume on March 4 and the twenty-seventh on July 3.

The four seasons of the anime adaptation of the manga have been produced by studios. Bones, and released in April 2016, April 2017, April 2018 and October 2019, respectively; accumulating as a whole a total of 88 episodes. A fifth season is confirmed since April of this year, but no new details have been revealed about it.

Synopsis of My Hero Academia

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 power yet. Powered by his All Might idol, Midoriya does not give up on his dream despite being revealed to him that he will, in fact, not develop any power.

However, his destiny is linked to that of his idol hero All Might, who will let him know that everyone can become heroes.

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