There Mangaka Health is always the subject of discussions between the general public and experts. If they were rather strict before Kentaro Miura's death, Weekly Shonen Jump now gives its authors a lot of breaks, even if they have health problems. And indeed, My Hero Academia pauses have increased.

Kohei Horikoshi's manga is one of Weekly Shonen Jump's most well-known, and as such, every break always causes a stir. After the planned Christmas and New Year's breaks planned by the magazine, however, comes a personal break for the author. As a matter of fact, My Hero Academia is taking a surprise break.

In fact, stops are usually announced an issue in advance by the magazine. However, the first leaks of Weekly Shonen Jump #10 confirmed that the author failed to prepare a chapter in time. In fact, the editors explained this with a note that appeared between the pages of the magazine Kohei Horikoshi has some health problems which not only prevented him from presenting the chapter, but also from coming back next week. This means that My Hero Academia is on a two-week hiatus.

The return takes place at number 12 of the Weekly Shonen Jump. My Hero Academia 380 is therefore moving from Sunday February 5th to Sunday February 19th, from 14 days. Of course, all the fans who immediately reacted to the news wish the mangaka a speedy recovery so he can get back to work and finish his job.

My Hero Academia is a highly successful manga and anime that was first published in 2014. The series follows the heroic career of Izuku Midoriya, a young man without powers in a world where most people have a quirk or special power. With the help of the superhero All Might, Izuku enrolls in a school for aspiring heroes and begins his journey into the world of professional superheroes.


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