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My Hero Academia: Horikoshi celebrates volume 35 with four girls in one drawing

by Harry Brown

Kohei Horikoshi is one of the most followed authors on Twitter, behind only Yoshihiro Togashi. The mangaka of My Hero Academia always keeps his audience at attention thanks to a constant presence on the platform of the blue bird, often showing unpublished drawings made to celebrate various occasions of different mold.

Recently, volume 35 of My Hero Academia was published in Japan and on the cover stand out Tomura Shigaraki and Izuku Midoriya, respectively antagonist and protagonist of the work, in a dualism that will continue until the end. To celebrate the release of this tankobon in Japanese comics, Horikoshi decided to make a special illustration.

The mangaka created this color sketch available below where there are four girls: Ochako Uraraka, Mirko, Himiko Toga and Tsuyu Asui, all in school uniform consisting of a white shirt, green skirt and red tie, just very similar to that of the Yuei. The colors add a lot to this image, as Horikoshi usually makes drawings in black and white so as not to burden the workload too much in conjunction with the creation of the chapters.

Do you like this representation of the four girls, all re-proposed in their high school period?

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