Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 264 is expected to release on October 6, 2021. Fans are excited to read the latest chapters of the manga.
Diamond No Ace Act 2 also known as Ace of Diamond Act 2 is a Japanese sports manga series. The series is a sequel to the Ace of Diamond manga series. Yuji Terajima has written and illustrated the series. The series is serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine.
About Diamond No Ace Act 2
The series revolves around Eijun Sawamura, a gifted baseball pitcher. His life changes forever when he meets Kazuya Miyuki, the captain of Seidou High’s baseball team. Miyuki approaches Sawamura and offers him a scholarship. He decides to go to the prestigious baseball school, Seidou. His goal is to become the ace of Seidou High School’s baseball team and make it to the Nationals.
In the second season, Seidou High School’s baseball team prepares for the National Championship. Seidou High School’s new baseball team includes Sawamura, Miyuki, Haruichi, Furuya along with a few returning faces. They convince their coach Kataoka that he doesn’t have to resign. The team competes with various high school baseball teams. The winning team will get a chance to participate in the prestigious National Championship.
The series is are must-watch for those looking for sports mangas. It follows the story of an aspiring baseball player. He says goodbye to his middle school friends to live his new dream in high school. It is about giving up everything to achieve the ultimate goal of a player’s life. From an amateur player to a National Champion it’s a journey of a dedicated baseball player.
Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 264 Release Date
It is expected to release on October 6, 2021. It will be published in Kodansha’s shonen magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine. It will also be released on the pocket shonen magazine website and the Mangapoke app on the same day. Fans can’t wait for the chapter.
Where to Read Online
You can read Diamond No Ace Act 2 Chapter 264 online on the pocket shonen magazine website and the Mangapoke app.
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