My Hero Academia manga has sold 65 million copies throughout the world. The figure includes both print and digital copies, however, it is not a sales figure.
In Japan, manga had a total circulation of 45 million copies. As per Shueisha’s statement on Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web, My Hero Academia set a new world record.
Shueisha has revealed the new cover for Volume 33. It will be released on February 4th in Japan, as well as a special promotional film to promote the book.
Along with the book, certain retailers will sell three exclusive Horikoshi drawings. Fans in the United States will have to wait until March 1st for the publication of the 30th edition. As per the post on bigrednerd site.
New chapter to be launched
My Hero Academia’s new chapter will be released next week, but the show is still making waves this week. A new report documenting sales for Kohei Horikoshi’s bestselling manga has gone online as a new edition prepares to be released in Japan.
As of January 2022 approaches, it seems that a great number were sold after fans recently heard, and they’re all celebrating the enormous manga achievement. The information comes from My Hero Academia’s official Twitter account.
My Hero Academia has outsold series like Boys Over Flowers, Gin Tama, Inuyasha, and Berserk. Horikoshi must keep an eye on his rivals. Jujutsu Kaisen is ascending the rankings, and it’s only two positions behind My Hero Academia.
Despite the fact that Jujutsu Kaisen began four years after My Hero Academia, the blockbuster manga has 60 million copies in circulation and is gaining on Horikoshi. This latest surge is mostly due to the anime’s premiere, so if season six continues to excite fans, My Hero Academia might see a sales spike. As posted by the comic book page. The complete series is available on Manga Plus, and Viz Media’s digital vault offers the same.