My Hero Academia Chapter 329 is going to release on 11th October in Japan and 10th October in India. Fans are excited about the release of the chapter!!
Kohei Horikoshi’s ongoing manga series My Hero Academia is written and drawn by him. It is one of the most popular series within the demographic, having been published in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Its plot center on Izuku Midoriya, a high school student who aspires to be the world’s greatest hero.
My Hero Academia is now in its last season. Society has turned against Heroes, yet they are still fighting to keep civilians’ dreams alive. AFO is nearing the end of his strategy and achieving his aim. Are our heroes going to be able to defeat him? As we explore My Hero Academia chapter 329, we’ll find out.
About the Series:
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In the series, Izuku Midoriya is the protagonist of the series, a young man who aspires to be a Hero despite being harassed by his violent childhood buddy Katsuki Bakugo because he lacks a Quirk. Both young people revere All Might, one of the world’s greatest heroes, whom they both met, with Izuku being one of the few people to learn of a serious injury. To keep morale high, All Might has been hiding from the public eye.
After witnessing Izuku’s courage in the face of peril, All Might discloses the nature of his Quirk “One For All” and passes it on to Izuku to succeed him. As Izuku begins his journey to becoming a hero by enrolling in U.A. High School with Bakugo and his classmates in Class 1-A, All For One, an enemy of the “One For All” users, trains his disciple Tomura Shigaraki to destroy the present civilization and its heroes is what we see in the chapters.
My Hero Academia Chapter 329 Release Date:
It is going to release on 11th October in Japan and 10th October in India.
Where to read it Online
Chapter 329 of My Hero Academia is now available to read online at Viz Media. It is an online portal that provides digital access to Shonen Jump manga. You can easily get the manga plus app from Google Play and Apple App Stores.
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