My Hero Academia
Photo Credit: Studio BONES

The online magazine Observer revealed on Friday that the anime adaptation of the My Hero Academia manga is the second most in demand TV title in the United States over the most recent 60 days, refering to information from Parrot Analytics that estimates fame through social media and fan evaluations.

The list includes the following titles:

  1. SpongeBob SquarePants
  2. My Hero Academia
  3. Game of Thrones
  4. Stranger Things
  5. Avatar: The Last Airbender
  6. Rick and Morty
  7. The Flash
  8. WWE Raw
  9. Steven Universe
  10. The Walking Dead
Photo Credit: Studio BONES

My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero manga arrangement composed and represented by Kōhei Horikoshi. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since July 2014, with its sections also gathered into 26 tankōbon volumes as of March 2020. The story follows Izuku Midoriya, a kid conceived without superpowers in our current reality where they have gotten typical, however who despite everything fantasies about turning into a legend himself. He is explored by All Might, Japan’s most prominent saint, who imparts his peculiarity to Midoriya in the wake of perceiving his latent capacity, and later assists with enlisting him in an esteemed secondary school for legends in preparing.

The manga was adjusted into an anime TV arrangement by Bones. Its first season disclosed in Japan from April to June 2016, trailed by a second season from April to September 2017, at that point a third season from April to September 2018, a fourth season from October 2019 to April 2020, and a fifth season has been reported. An enlivened film named My Hero Academia: Two Heroes was discharged in August 2018. A second enlivened film named My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising was discharged in December 2019. There are plans for a live-action film by Legendary Entertainment.

The arrangement has been authorized for an English-language discharge by Viz Media and started serialization in their week after week advanced manga treasury Weekly Shonen Jump in February 2015. Shueisha started to simulpublish the arrangement in English on the site and application Manga Plus in January 2019.

The manga won the 2019 Harvey Award for Best Manga. As of December 2019, the manga had more than 26 million duplicates in print. Both the manga and anime have gotten a mind-boggling positive reaction from the two pundits and crowds, and is viewed as truly outstanding of the 2010s.


(C) Kohei Horikoshi, Shueisha / “My Hero Academia” Production Committee