Fans of My Hero Academia they meet every week to follow the exciting developments of the conflict between heroes and villains, the latter led by a Shigaraki more fit than ever. It is possible, however, that we will have to wait longer than expected to read the next chapter.
In fact, the MangaPlus website, in the section related to the work of Koehi Horikoshi, reports a postponement of the release date of chapter 278 to 18 Julyexactly in two weeks. Originally the publication was scheduled for July 12, since the last chapter did not announce any pause by the author.
Precisely for this reason there is no official confirmation, at the time of writing, of a postponement of the next chapter of My Hero Academia. The date on Shueisha's application could be the result of an error, unless the author only requested a break in the last few hours.
A stop is not so unlikely, given the frantic pace at which the manga has been traveling lately. The author is aware that the management of this saga is crucial for the future of the mangatherefore it is not difficult to imagine that he wants to take a little more time to realize the next events.
Tomorrow's day will be fundamental to understand the truthfulness of the communication on MangaPlus, which eventually will be proven through a post by Weekly Shonen Jump.
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My Hero Academia's Chapter 278 appears to have changed its schedule for July 19th instead of July 12th, meaning series could suddenly experience a break this week and resume back in the following one. Nothing is certain yet, so we'll have to wait until more information is given. pic.twitter.com/9QkKU50IlI- Weekly Shonen Jump (@WSJ_manga) July 6, 2020