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My Hero Academia Chapter 269 Delayed, New Release Date Revealed

My Hero Academia’s main villain Shigaraki finally appeared in chapter 268 and fans are excited to see him in action once again. However, fans should be patient for his return because there will be a delayed release of My Hero Academia Chapter 269.

It’s sad news for every manga enthusiasts around the world, but due to the virus outbreak in Japan, the publisher has decided to temporarily postpone the release of the Week Shonen Jump magazine. As a result, the release of the upcoming chapter 269 has been moved to April 26, 2020.

One if this is the Kohei Horikoshi’s superhero manga Boku no Hero Academia. The author of the manga has been constantly releasing a new chapter for the series. Thanks to the overwhelming response from the community.

Currently, the manga is still in the Paranormal Liberation War Arc, where the heroes raid the basecamp of the villains. Shigaraki, the new leader of the group, is still under his operation to improve his power. But due to the unexpected attack, it seems that his powerup enhancement will be delayed.

The previous manga chapter has revealed Shigaraki’s current location, but the heroes are also in the place to stop him. Shigaraki is still unconscious and his allies seem can’t do anything to defend him.

With the lots of formidable heroes surrounding him, will he be able to defend himself? Let’s find out once the new manga chapter releases next week.

About My Hero Academia

My Hero Academia, also known as Boku no Hero Academia, follows the story of Izuku Midoriya, a Quirkless boy who is dreaming of becoming a superhero. One day, Izuku met All Might, the number 1 pro hero. All Might decides to make Izuku the successor of One for All Quirk. Slowly, Izuku started to learn how to properly use the power that he got to save the world and become the number 1 hero.

My Hero Academia is a Japanese manga series written by Kohei Horikoshi. The manga has been serialized in July 2014 and becomes part of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Since its serialization, the series already garnered a total of 30 volumes. Boku no Hero Academia also receives its own anime adaptation and several anime films.

By Billy Cortez

Billy is an anime geek fan. He loves reading manga and watching anime during his free time. His favorite anime and manga series are One Piece and Hunter x Hunter.