Yesterday, VIZ Media took to Twitter to announce that the creator of My Hero Academia, Kōhei Horikoshi, will be going to SDCC for the first time ever. You can check out the announcement video below:
Kohei Horikoshi, the creator of My Hero Academia, has a message for fans attending this year's San Diego Comic-Con! pic.twitter.com/WibWIguxx2
— VIZ (@VIZMedia) May 29, 2018
SDCC will be Horikoshi’s first ever professional North American appearance. He will be participating in a My Hero Academia panel discussion along with several voice actors including Christopher R. Sabat, who voices All-Might, and Justin Briner, who is the voice of Deku. He’s also participating in Viz Media’s Shonen Jump panel and two autograph sessions.