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Hot Topic and Funko have teamed up for the My Hero Academia Class 1-B Series, and the primary 4 Funko Pops within the assortment have been revealed with 5 extra deliberate for the close to future (you possibly can in all probability guess which of them are on the best way based mostly on the teaser picture above). These My Hero Academia Funko Pop exclusives embrace Neito Monoma, Itsuka Kendo, Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu, and Ibara Shiozaki. Pre-order hyperlinks might be discovered beneath:

  • My Hero Academia Pop! Animation Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu Pop Figure – Hot Topic Exclusive
  • My Hero Academia Pop! Animation Itsuka Kendo Pop Figure – Hot Topic Exclusive
  • My Hero Academia Pop! Animation Neito Monoma Pop Figure – Hot Topic Exclusive (Coming Soon)
  • My Hero Academia Pop! Animation Ibara Shiozaki Pop Figure – Hot Topic Exclusive (Coming Soon)
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In addition to the Pop figures, a Neito Monoma Pop Keychain unique will even be accessible within the My Hero Academia Class 1B Series, and you’ll order it at Hot Topic now. While you are at it, ensure to take a look at the large assortment of Funkoween Funko Pop figures that launched final month. The lineup consists of the primary Jujutsu Kaisen Pops and a brand new wave of Attack on Titan.

In different My Hero Academia information, the Final Act of the My Hero Academia manga has been preparing for the sequence’ grand finale, and sequence creator Kohei Horikoshi revealed final December that the sequence would possible finish inside a yr ought to all the things go as deliberate. It’s but to be revealed as as to whether or not the creator has been maintaining with this potential schedule, however the creator’s particular message to followers with the discharge of Volume 34 appears to recommend that the ultimate moments of the sequence are drawing nearer than ever.

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“I feel like I can finally see the goal in sight,” Horikoshi started within the message shared with Volume 34’s launch. “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!”

As for the My Hero Academia anime, season 6 is predicted to reach this fall.