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Manga ‘My Hero Academia’ surpasses 100 million copies in print


BOKU NO HERO ACADEMIA © 2014 by Kohei Horikoshi/SHUEISHA Inc.
A special illustration by Kohei Horikoshi celebrating his manga “Boku no Hero Academia” (“My Hero Academia”), with over 100 million copies

The manga series “Boku no Hero Academia” (“My Hero Academia”) reached the 100 million copies mark Thursday, including electronic books, with the 40th volume published by Shueisha Inc.

The manga is currently being serialized in the publisher’s weekly manga magazine Shukan Shonen Jump.

Kohei Horikoshi’s action-packed manga, which tells the story of a high school student who strives to become the greatest hero, has also gained popularity abroad, including in the United States. According to Shuiesha, more than 40 million of the 100 million copies were printed outside Japan.

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