The next volume of My Hero Academia is getting ready to hit shelves overseas, and now fans have gotten the first look at the cover art for Volume 35 of the series! As the final war between the heroes and villains continues, the Final Act of Kohei Horikoshi's original manga series is working its way through an intense phase. Each of the heroes have been challenged more than they ever have in the past before, and it's likely only going to get more intense for Izuku Midoriya as the fights against the villains heat up in the coming chapters.
With the previous volume of the series releasing in Japan covering all of the chapters of Star and Stripe's fight against Tomura Shigaraki, Volume 35 of the manga takes the next step in bringing the series closer to its final battle. In this phase both Izuku and Shigaraki are going through a number of changes within themselves as the two ultra powers get ready for their ultimate collision in the grand finale of the series as a whole. This is reflected in the cover art for the volume itself, which you can check out below as released in the series' official Twitter account:
My Hero Academia's manga is now in the mix of the final battle between the heroes and villains, but it's still unclear just how much more ground the series will need to cover before it's all over. Series creator Kohei Horikoshi noted last December that he estimated that the series would be lasting for about another year should the scheduling of his plans work out, but halfway through the year this still seems like there's a lot more to cover before the final curtain can be drawn. But regardless, the ending is indeed in the works.
As Horikoshi stated in the previous volume for the series, the ending is getting realer for the creator too "I feel like I can finally see the goal in sight...It's a rather strange feeling getting to this point. In the past, I would just be drawing without a single care [for the future], but now I wonder just how many more times can I draw these characters? Change is scary as you grow older. Well, I really shouldn't dwell on that! Until next volume then!"
What do you think of My Hero Academia's final act so far? Is it properly getting ready for its grand finale? What do you think of the cover art for Volume 35 of the series? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!