My Hero Academia is an ongoing Japanese super hero manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi since 2014. After a very long wait finally, it got the television anime this year. Naruto’s creator, Masashi Kishimoto and One Piece’s creator, Eiichiro Oda have given their stamps of approval for this great news.
It’s the Shonen Jump Issue 17 released lately. Naruto is shouting “Congrats on getting an anime! Believe it!” It kinda feels so good. Masashi Kishimoto also added:
“My Hero Academia is finally getting animated! Congratulations! To put into words this sensation, which I know firsthand… it’s probably a great feeling. [Considering] the original work and the studio, Bones… you don’t need the ‘probably,’ it’s a great feeling. People who know it will get it! Internationally, even… in any case, it’s a great feeling. It’s the same feeling I had when my work was first animated — no, My Hero Academia is more than that! And they aren’t making me say this, it’s the truth.”
Eiichiro Oda has also appreciated it and also added that he is proud that an artist who submitted Usopp fan art for One Piece volume 23 is now serialized alongside him in Shonen Jump.
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