My Hero Academia: the illustration of Horikoshi for the Christmas holidays
Shueisha has released yesterday in Japan and online stores the volume number 21 of My Hero Academia, manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi on Weekly Shonen Jump.
To celebrate the release, the japanese author has published through its Twitter profile, an illustration on the theme of christmas holidays. We can see, in fact, Uraraka in the role of Santa Claus, Todoroki is a reindeer-human and Izuku, bottom left, turns out to be a Christmas tree (fancy apt as Deku has green hair). You the picture:
— 堀越耕平 (@horikoshiko) December 4, 2018
The new number will resume the events of the original manga from chapter number 189. Volume 20 was released in Japan on September 4, 2018. We propose below the cover of the volume was (on the left):
— 僕のヒーローアカデミア公式 (@myheroacademia) November 21, 2018
MY HERO ACADEMIA is a manga series written and illustrated by Kohei Horikoshi from 7 July 2014. Currently have been published in 208 chapters weekly, and the first 200 were collected in 21 volumes. In Japan it is published by "Weekly Shonen Jump" (Shueisha). In Italy the rights of the manga have been acquired by Editions Star Comics with the 16 volumes available.
The manga has experimented with the transposition of three animated series with 63 episodes total transmitted. In Italy you can watch it for free, legally, and with Italian subtitles on the streaming platform VVVVID (Dynit). It was announced a fourth season which will start most probably by 2019. From 17 September 2018, Mediaset, through Italy 2, transmits the animated series in the clear, and dubbing in Italian.
The first feature-length film, “My Hero Academia – The Movie: the Two Heroes“, which was released in Japan on August 3, 2018 and has the active collaboration of Kohei Horikoshi himself, and the march of 2019 will arrive in Italy under the label of Dynit. Recently it was announced the production of a feature-length live-action with the joint cooperation of Shueisha and Legendary (the u.s. study) and a new theatrical show.
My Hero Academia: the illustration of Horikoshi for the Christmas holidays is MangaForever.net