Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 263: Release Date And Read Manga Online

Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 263 is expected to release on the First week of October 2021. This manga series has become so much popular in recent years.

Ace of Diamond is a Japanese baseball-themed manga series written and illustrated by Yuji Terajima. It was serialized in Kodansha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine from May 2006 to January 2015. A sequel titled Ace of Diamond Act II started in August 2015.

An anime television series adaptation ran from October 2013 to March 2016. An anime adaptation of Ace of Diamond Act II aired from April 2019 to March 2020. In 2008, Ace of Diamond received the Shogakukan Manga Awards for the shōnen category. In 2010, it won the Kodansha Manga Award for best shōnen manga.


The series follows one Eijun Sawamura, a baseball pitcher with a very unusual changeup pitch that has occurred naturally. Sawamura plans to go with his friends to a local high school and play baseball to the best of their abilities. However, one scout from the prestigious Seidou High approaches him and offers him a scholarship and a chance to make it to the nationals.

Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 263

After a previous failure to reach nationals, the elite baseball team of Seidou High and its pitcher Eijun Sawamura decided to go all out at the fall tournament, give nationals a second shot, and in doing so convince their beloved coach not to retire.

The Seidou team’s determination saw them through to the fall tournament’s finals where they faced Yakushi High and, after a tense match, ultimately claimed victory. With the nationals tournament on the horizon, Eijun and the team prepare for the biggest baseball games of their high school careers.

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Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 263 Release Date

Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 263

It is expected to release in the first week of October 2021.

Where to read the manga?

Fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming episode. You can read all chapters online at BookWalker.

Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for further updates.

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