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My Hero Academia Chapter 287 Spoilers, Release Date: Nana Shimura Joins the Fight

My Hero Academia manga fans are going crazy after the release of the previous chapter. Now, everyone is excited to read My Hero Academia Chapter 287 and see the continuation of the series.

Well, we can’t really blame these fans for the hype as the previous chapter 286 gives them a major cliffhanger. In case you haven’t read the previous Boku no Hero Academia manga chapter yet, we’re here to break it down for you.

In chapter 286, Boku no Hero Academia enthusiasts witnessed the rage of Midoriya after witnessing Bakugo getting hurt by Shigaraki’s attack. The manga also showcased the raging Gigantomachia, who is currently heading to his master’s location.

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Meanwhile, it seems that Shigaraki managed to grab Midoriya and we see the villain getting excited to steal our hero’s Quirk. This is a bad position for Midoriya and before everything gets worse, one of the previous wielders of One for All Quirk showed up on Midoriya’s mind.

This was Nana Shimura, who is known for her One for All: Float Quirk and being Tomura Shigaraki’s grandmother. The last spread of the chapter sees her holding Deku to the ground while saying “You can’t move in this world yet, so let us handle this.”

What does Nana Shimura mean? Let’s see how things unfold once the 287th chapter of Boku no Hero Academia manga series releases on October 11, 2020. As always, you can read the upcoming My Hero Academia Chapter 287 and all of the previously released chapters on Viz Media and Manga Plus.

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.