My Hero Academia Manga Release Schedule: When Do New Chapters Come Out?

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My Hero Academia Manga Release Schedule: When Do New Chapters Come Out?

My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero manga by Kohei Horikoshi. It has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2014 and is still ongoing, so when do new My Hero Academia manga chapters come out? 

As one of the most-loved manga and anime of this time, a lot of anime lovers have tuned in to the manga of My Hero Academia as well.

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My Hero Academia follows the story of Izuku Midoriya who dreams of becoming the number one hero. His journey has been followed for years and the story has got particularly interesting in recent chapters.

Currently, My Hero Academia Season 6 is on the air, and with the manga approaching its end, interest in the series is hotter than ever before!

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When Do New MHA Chapters Come Out?

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My Hero Academia is scheduled to release a new chapter each week. The manga is available on Shonen Jump for most international readers.

New My Hero Academia manga chapters tend to come out on Sundays alongside other big series such as One Piece and Jujutsu Kaisen.

As of the time of writing, the manga can be collected in 36 tankobon volumes. There is also spin-off manga like My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, My Hero Academia: Smash!!, and My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions available on Viz Media.

Viz Media allows non-members to read the first three chapters and the three most recent chapters for free. Those who wish to read more chapters of My Hero Academia will need to create a membership.

Which is Better: My Hero Academia's Manga or Anime?

There are a lot of factors to consider to know which medium is better. It will also depend on the preference of the person. There are some notable differences, though, that might help determine the suitable platform.

The anime censors gory and violent scenes while the manga is everything the author wanted to show. Despite this, the action sequences of the anime are better than the manga because of their animation and music.

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The manga also has more pop-culture references compared with the anime. What the anime has are intense flashbacks.

Now, the decision is up to the My Hero Academia fan. He or she can read the manga and watch the anime or choose one medium. Whichever platform it is, Izuku Midoriya’s journey is portrayed well and is still as inspiring as ever.

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