It was reported on April 6 that the Bleach Manga Crossed 2.7 Million Copies In Circulation & MHA Crossed 10 Million Copies in the U.S. Viz Media will release the first volume of Bleach as a 20th Special Edition on October 18. The company will also publish the entire series of ‘My Hero Academia,’ a manga series, in 20 volumes throughout the year. In addition to the 48-page booklet, a double-sided poster with bonus visuals will be included.
The manga ‘Bleach’ was premiered by Kubo in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2001 and ceased publication in August of 2016. The manga was digitally released by Viz Media in English as Shueisha printed new chapters in Japan. In addition to the digital release, Viz Media printed the manga.
Bleach Manga Final Arc
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My Hero Academia, on the other hand, is set to release its sixth season in the fall, so this update comes before both of these crucial comebacks. When season five ended, My Hero Academia set up its biggest arc to date, and manga readers know the battle between good and evil will begin when season six arrives. This puts immense pressure on the anime to deliver.
According to Shueisha, the manga “My Hero Academia” has been downloaded and printed 65 million times worldwide. In Japan, 45 million copies have been distributed. This figure reflects downloads and print copies, rather than sales.