My Hero Academia is one of the most popular manga series in the world right now, with a devoted fanbase eagerly following the adventures of young hero-in-training Izuku Midoriya and his classmates at U.A. High School. However, fans were disappointed to learn recently that the series will be taking a two-week break due to the author’s health.
Kohei Horikoshi, the creator of My Hero Academia, has been dealing with health issues for some time now. He has not disclosed the exact nature of his health problems, but it is clear that he has been struggling with them for a while. In a recent tweet, Horikoshi apologized to fans for the delay and said that he would be taking a break to focus on his health.
For many fans, the news of Horikoshi’s health issues is a reminder of the toll that creating a popular manga series can take on its creators. Manga artists work long hours under intense pressure, often sacrificing their health and personal lives to meet deadlines and keep their fans happy.
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While it is certainly disappointing for fans to have to wait two weeks for the next chapter of My Hero Academia, it is important to remember that Horikoshi’s health comes first. By taking a break to focus on his well-being, he is prioritizing himself and his future work over the demands of his fans.
Of course, it’s also important to acknowledge that the break may not be enough to fully address Horikoshi’s health issues. Manga artists are often overworked and under tremendous stress, and it’s not uncommon for them to experience burnout or other health problems as a result. As fans, it’s important for us to support Horikoshi and other manga artists by recognizing the toll their work takes on them and advocating for better working conditions and support systems.
In the meantime, fans of My Hero Academia will have to be patient and wait for Horikoshi to return to good health before he can continue the series. We wish him a speedy recovery and hope that he takes all the time he needs to get better. After all, the health and well-being of the creators who bring us these beloved stories is just as important as the stories themselves.
Source: Anime News Network