The previous chapter of My Hero Academia impressed fans, so it has no surprise that they are excited to find out what happens next. In Chapter 388 of My Hero Academia, Rei has arrived to save her kid, and Natsu and Fuyumi come along for the ride.
Except for Shoto, every member of the Todoroki clan is currently flying. What’s going on in My Hero Academia, when the next chapter will be released, and what to look forward to are all detailed here for curious fans.
Brief Information About My Hero Academia
|About||My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero manga series created by Kohei Horikoshi. It follows the story of Izuku Midoriya, a boy without any superpowers, who dreams of becoming a superhero.|
|Chapter 388 Release Date||Released on Sunday, May 14th, 2023 in most countries. Depend on the time zone.|
|Chapter 388 Spoiler||Focus on All Might vs All For One, which could distract from the current story arc.|
|Chapter 387 Recap||My Hero Academia Chapter 387 saw Endeavor trying to catch up with Dabi’s progress reports on the Gunga battlefield.|
|Where to Read Chapter 388||My Hero Academia Chapter 388 will be available for free on Shueisha’s MANGAPlus service, on the Viz Media website, and on the Shonen Jump+ app, which is a premium subscription service.|
What is My Hero Academia All About?
My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero manga series created by Kohei Horikoshi. It has been published in Weekly Shonen Jump, a Shonen manga magazine published by Shueisha, since July 2014, and as of February 2023, its chapters have been collected into 37 tankobon volumes.
The main character, Izuku Midoriya, lives in a world where people with special abilities (known as “Quirks”) are everywhere yet he was born without any special abilities and however, holds the desire to become a superhero. All Might, Japan’s greatest hero, sees talent in Midoriya and provides his Quirk upon him. He also helps Midoriya in studying at a top high school for future superheroes.
My Hero Academia Chapter 388 Release Date
The release of My Hero Academia Chapter 388 has been scheduled for this coming Sunday, May 14th, 2023. This week’s publication of Weekly Shonen Jump will have the chapter along with other titles. The Todoroki family has reunited in the sky to try to save Toya, as this chapter reveals.
This means that the issue will be available for purchase on Sunday, May 14 during the daytime hours in most countries. The magazine will be available early on Monday, May 15 in select foreign countries, including Japan. However, the exact release time will change depending on the country and time zone.
|Time Zone||Time and Date|
|Pacific Standard Time||8 am, Sunday, May 14|
|Eastern Standard Time||11 am, Sunday, May 14|
|Greenwich Mean Time||3 pm, Sunday, May 14|
|Central European Time||4 pm, Sunday, May 14|
|Indian Standard Time||8:30 pm, Sunday, May 14|
|Philippine Standard Time||11 pm, Sunday, May 14|
|Japanese Standard Time||12 am, Monday, May 15|
|Australia Central Standard Time||1:30 am, Monday, May 15|
My Hero Academia Chapter 388 Spoiler
My Hero Academia chapter 388 may change views once again, but this time it will be to revisit All Might vs All For One. Fans may view it as a huge mistake on Kohei Horikoshi’s part if this problem takes attention away from the current story arc of the series.
The upcoming edition of My Hero Academia will likely have a deeper look at the war between All Might and All For One if the events of chapter 388 are a clue. It’s likely that the first few pages will center on All Might’s completely modified mech-suit, while the next pages will show him gaining the upper hand against All For One. At the end of this story, All For One will most likely attempt a terrifying counterattack.
In Chapter 388 of My Hero Academia, the Todorokis Suffer a Tragic Family Reunion
It has been made obvious in earlier chapters that Dabi plans to overextend himself to the point of explosion in an effort to bring down his own father, the hero Endeavor. This explosion might wipe out a large area, killing civilians as well as dozens of heroes. Since Endeavor is exhausted, Shoto is rushing to get there in time to stop his estranged brother from killing again.
The introduction of Rei (and, presumably, her siblings Fuyumi and Natsuo) significantly complicates matters. Even though Dabi’s anger is directed mostly at his father, he may not care if he ends up killing the rest of his family in the process.
Rei’s hopes that he can still save Dabi after his body was turned to cinders may be unrealistic at this point. The Todoroki family has been mired in sorrow for years, and this showdown may be the series-ending blow that hundreds of chapters have been leading up to.
My Hero Academia Chapter 387 Recap
My Hero Academia chapter 387 begins with Geten telling Mr. Compress about the Himura family’s failure as a result of their efforts to maintain pure blood, and also exposing himself to be a Himura. The primary Himura family was finally pushed to arrange marriages between their children. Based on his entire family’s habits Geten suggests that some Himura family members may be hiding hidden powers.
Next, we follow Endeavor as it makes its way to the Gunga battlefield to catch up with Dabi’s latest progress reports. He meets Dabi with his serious wounds, but all he sees is a young Toya looking for attention. For some reason, the villain has activated Endeavor’s mother Rei’s Quirk, Frost, rendering him helpless and allowing him to take a beating until Dabi draws close enough for him to understand what’s happening.
The events of Endeavor’s life appear before his eyes as he realizes his mistakes and explains why he set out to make up for his and Dabi’s crimes. Then, he carries Dabi off into the sky using his son’s fire while giving him an adorable hug. When it looks that Endeavor and his son are both going to die, Rei comes out of somewhere and uses her Quirk to calm Dabi down.
Where to Read My Hero Academia Chapter 388?
My Hero Academia is available for free on Shueisha’s MANGAPlus service, on the Viz Media website, and on the Shonen Jump+ app, which costs money. You can read the first three magazines of a series for free on MANGAPlus or Viz Media’s website. Shonen Jump+, on the other hand, is a premium subscription service that provides access to a whole series.
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