After years of waiting and weeks of speculations, the anime adaptation for the bestselling super hero manga, My Hero Academia  has finally been confirmed! The cover of the 49th issue of Weekly Shounen Jump! magazine confirms that a TV anime adaptation is in fact in the works!


The issue will also feature a 2-page color spread to open a new chapter, which is the climax of the “final exam” mini-arc in the manga. It is also revealing the TV anime’s official website and official Twitter account, as well as a special 54-page preview of the manga. And starting on 9 November, it was revealed that My Hero Academia will also be available via Shueisha‘s Jump+ digital manga app.


Based on Kouhei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) manga, it is set in a world where super powers are commonplace. However, it follows one boy without any powers at all, Izuku Midoriya, who despite not having any powers, he still dreams of becoming a hero.


Source: ANN