Kōhei Horikoshi

is a Japanese manga artist known for creating the manga series ''Ōmagadoki Dōbutsuen'', ''Barrage'' and ''My Hero Academia'', all of which have been serialized in Shueisha's ''shōnen'' manga magazine ''Weekly Shōnen Jump''. Horikoshi is a graduate of Toho High School and Nagoya University of Arts and is a native of Aichi Prefecture. He was a former assistant for Yasuki Tanaka, creator of the manga series ''Summer Time Rendering'', ''Hitomi no Catoblepas'' and ''Kagijin''.

Horikoshi stated that his favorite manga series as a child were ''Dragon Ball'', ''One Piece'' and ''Naruto''. He was also influenced by manga artist (''Toto!: The Wonderful Adventure''). Horikoshi is also a fan of American superhero comic books, particularly Marvel Comics. Provided by Wikipedia
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