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My Hero Academia Chapter 393 Spoilers, And Release Date: Where to Read the Latest Chapter of the Action-Comedy Manga!


My Hero Academia Chapter 393 Release Date: Fans are excited to see what author and artist Kohei Horikoshi has in store for them now that the fight between Himiko Toga and Ochaco Uraraka is heating up. Fans are also dying to know what will happen to Uraraka in the end after her latest accident.

Fans won’t be able to know for sure what the issue will be about until secret information for My Hero Academia chapter 393 is released and can be checked. At the time this story was written, there was no spoiler information about the highly anticipated future issue. However, spoiler information is expected to come out in the next few days.

In this article, we will discuss My Hero Academia Chapter 393 spoilers, release date, and much more. Scroll all the way down and read the entire article if you want to obtain all of the information.

My Hero Academia Chapter 393 Quick Info!

Title My Hero Academia
Author Kohei Horikoshi
Chapter 393
Release Date July 10, 2023
Where to Read Manga Plus

My Hero Academia Chapter 393 Release Date and Time!

Chapter 393 of My Hero Academia will be made public on July 10, 2023, at 12 a.m. JST. For most people around the world, this means that the issue will come out on Sunday, July 9, during the day.

Some foreign fans, like those in Japan, will be able to get their hands on the issue early on Monday, July 10. The exact time of release will depend on your location and time zone.

My Hero Academia Chapter 392 Recap!

Himiko Toga caught Tsuyu Asui at the start of My Hero Academia chapter 392. Toga asked Uraraka what he could possibly know about her. Toga went on to say that Uraraka had never had to deal with any trouble and that she was born into an easy life because the rules of society were made for people like her.

This led to a return to Toga’s youth, where fans saw that she was always told that her love was weird, wrong, and needed to be pushed down and fixed. When they got back to the present, a piece of Curious started to talk to Toga about how society made her become someone she wasn’t. Toga then swung at Tsuyu, but she barely hit her before Uraraka pulled her away.

Kyoka Jirou went to catch Tsuyu when she fell, but it turned out to be a copy of Tsuyu. Then it came out that Toga’s clones were drinking the blood on the battlefield and turning into the Pro Heroes.

The real Tsuyu then told Toga that Uraraka was putting getting to her ahead of everything else right now, even Pro Hero rules. But it was too late. The story ended with Toga stabbing Uraraka in the stomach because she remembered Twice asking her what her evil name was.

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My Hero Academia Chapter 393 Spoilers!

Since the last issue was mostly about Toga’s villain name, chapter 393 of My Hero Academia is expected to start with her saying it “in response” to Twice’s question. This will probably lead to her and Uraraka continuing to fight, especially since they are now fighting hand-to-hand after Toga stabbed Uraraka.

My Hero Academia chapter 393 could also give Uraraka a return to her childhood, like Toga did, to make the two stories even. Since the main point of their fight is how different their worlds are, now would be the best time to show Uraraka’s childhood to show how different their worlds are.

Where to Read My Hero Academia Chapter 393?

My Hero Academia Chapter 393 will be available on Manga Plus when it comes out.


In Chapter 393 of “My Hero Academia,” fans can’t wait to see how Himiko Toga and Ochaco Uraraka’s fight gets worse. They also want to know what happened to Uraraka after her accident. Chapter 393 of “My Hero Academia” will come out at 12 a.m. JST on July 10, 2023. Stay tuned with Crossover99 for more manga updates.

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