According to reports, My Hero Academia sets new record in Japan with the arrival of Volume 33.
My Hero Academia was published by Kohei Horikoshi in 2014 and is one of the best-selling manga today.
My Hero Academia Volume 33 Set a New Record in Japan
Ahead of the Final Arc and conclusion in the second half of this year, My Hero Academia remains at the top of sales in Japan.
The site points out that it is the most successful volume of the work, approaching 700,000 copies in the country, leaving Volume 31 behind, having reached just over 600,000 units.
In all, My Hero Academia already has 65 million copies in circulation, with 40 million in Japan.
The stories of Izuku Midoriya and his friends are released weekly in Japan during the anime seasons. In addition, the anime has four complete seasons and a fifth season currently airing.
In this fifth season, Izuku Midoriya relationship with One for All will be explored.
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