My Hero Academia’s previous chapter was my favorite so far in the new arc, and I think it is only going to get better from here on out. The chapter focused mainly on Shigaraki and All For One. We found out how Shigaraki was made into what he is today, and what his goal will be from here onwards.
The doctor who was demanding the answer from him finally got what he was looking for and promised to help Shigaraki in every way possible. At the same time, we were told that Gigantomachia would not be as easy to convince as the doctor and so they were transported back to the battlefield where they now have to defeat Gigantomachia in order to win him over. So, now let’s talk about My Hero Academia Chapter 223 spoilers.
Before we begin, I want to let you all know that this post may contain spoilers, possibly the upcoming chapter of the My Hero Academia manga. In this post, you’re likely to run into stuff that you wouldn’t want to know if you don’t like spoilers. If you hate being spoiled, I suggest that you stop reading the post here. However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started.
In the next chapter, it is said that one and a half month has passed since Gigantomachia vs. League of Villains, and they’re nowhere close to making him acknowledge them. Yotsubashi then calls the League, and it seems a finger has been found at various places related to the League.
Over at the end of the Quirk Liberation Army, Giran didn’t give any information away, but they were still able to restore customer data. There’s a list with over 116,516 people including major IT company CEOs, a political leader, Shueisha, etc.
The league of villains is a target now, and Yotsubashi tells them that he could call the heroes to defeat them, but he wants to crush them himself. They’re told to come to a new city, and he orders a war. There are two options; fight the Liberation Army and get defeated, or get captured by heroes.
My Hero Academia Chapter 223 will come out officially on Monday, April 8, 2019. The scans will be out by tomorrow. So, keep an eye out for them.