My Hero Academia chapter 323 is set to release on August 15, 2021. You can get access to the English-translated version of the manga on Viz Media or Manga Plus.
Fans have eagerly waited for two long weeks for this announcement and the waiting period is finally about to end. Kohie Horikoshi, the Japanese manga artist who created My Hero Academia, has announced the release of the much-awaited chapter 323 and we all hope that it lives up to the expectations.
My Hero Academia Chapter 323 Read Manga Online?
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— My Hero Academia (@MHAOfficial) March 27, 2021
My Hero Academia is the story of a young boy named Izuku Midoriya who does not possess any superpowers, unlike his peers. His ordinary life changes when he encounters All Might, the greatest superhero to have ever graced the planet. All Might helps Izuku to join the U.A High School and pursue his lifelong dream of fighting evil. Will Izuku Midoriya be successful in his quest?
My Hero Academia has a multitude of characters divided into different categories namely, Pro Heroes, Villains, and Civilians based on their natural attributes. Following are some of the important characters in the series.
- Izuku Midoriya: The protagonist of the show. A boy with no quirks who dreams of becoming the number 1 superhero.
- All Might: The greatest superhero on the planet. He helps Izuku in all walks of life.
- Katsuki Bakuga: Classmate and arch-rival of Izuku at the U.A. High School.
- Tenko Shimura: The main antagonist of the series. He possesses a touch-based quirk called “Decay”.
My Hero Academia Anime:
The series has been developed into an animated TV series with the original Manga as the source material for the Anime. With a strong IMDB rating of 8.4, the anime is no less than the manga series. You can watch stream all the episodes on Crunchyroll, Hulu, and Netflix.
My Hero Academia Chapter 323 Release Date
My Hero Academia Chapter 323 is coming out on August 15, 2021. You can read the manga online on the websites mentioned above. Links are embedded in the text. That is it for today’s article.
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