Back in July 2014, a mangaka known as Kohei Horikoshi launched a manga titled My Hero Academia within the pages of Shonen Jump. And in less than five years, the manga has already reached a milestone in having over 22 million copies in print.

© Kohei Horikoshi / Shueisha · My Hero Academia Production Committee

In a tweet, the manga’s official Twitter Page revealed the milestone along with the promise that they will be printing more copies. In fact, they announced that they have ordered more copies of previous volumes printed out.

The manga was 2018’s second best top selling manga, according to Oricon. It sold 6,718,185 copies last year, only second to Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece, which sold 8,113,317 copies.

Source: My Hero Academia manga official Twitter