My Hero Academia Manga Breaks New Record with over 50 Million Copies in Circulation


Following the news of Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen Topping 40 Million Copies that included both in print and digital sales, now Shueisha has announced again that another one of their Shōnen Manga titles has topped 50 Million Copies in Circulation, and that was Kohei Horikoshi’s My Hero Academia.

According to The Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan Web, the My Hero Academia has over 50 Million Copies in Circulation (both digital and physical sales) as of the release of the 30th Volume on the same day. The cumulative circulation has exceeded 37 Million Copies in Japan, and the cumulative circulation outside of Japan is around 13 Million.


To celebrate the release of the 30th Volume, Shueisha opened a special website that included voiced lines and a look at the last year of the students of Class 1-A. According to Anime News Network, as of January 4th, 2021 the Manga had shipped over 30 Million Copies in circulation (again, including both Digital and Physical Copies) with the release of the Manga’s 29th Volume. Also, Shueisha’s Jump Comics YouTube Channel uploaded a Promotional Video for the 30th Volume.

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