Why was My Hero Academia Chapter 350 Delayed?

The manga series My Hero Academia took a break from its regular schedule last week, but when will chapter 350 now be released worldwide?

The vast majority of manga readers will most likely be reading multiple ongoing series at the same time, bouncing between them with each new release.

However, it’s been a while since all of the major manga series released new chapters on the same week or weekend, with Jujutsu Kaisen, One Piece, and Tokyo Revengers all taking untimely hiatuses in recent months.

My Hero Academia took a break last week, with the release of Chapter 350 being delayed both domestically in Japan and internationally.

The good news is that My Hero Academia chapter 350 has a new release date, so when will the hit manga series return?

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Why Was My Hero Academia Chapter 350 Released Late

Unfortunately, the My Hero Academia manga series was on hiatus last week, causing both the domestic and international releases of chapter 350 to be delayed.

The good news is that the upcoming series break is a normal break from the weekly release schedule for new chapters, not due to an emergency with the production or publication of chapter 350.

The production team makes it a point to take regular breaks from the hectic schedule of releasing weekly content. This not only allows the team to take well-deserved breaks, but it also allows them to maintain the quality of their writing and illustrations before major events are published.

Because My Hero Academia was not included in the most recent issue of Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine, Issue number 18, the new chapter was not made available online to international readers.

My Hero Academia Chapter 350 Release Date And Time

According to the manga series’ page on Viz Media, My Hero Academia chapter 350 will now be released worldwide on Sunday, April 10th.

According to Manga Plus, the new chapter will be available at the following international times. Readers in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe should be aware that daylight savings time began two weeks ago, slightly altering the ‘normal’ launch time:

  • Pacific Daylight Time: 8 a.m. PDT
  • Eastern Daylight Time: 11 a.m. EDT
  • 4 p.m. BST (British Standard Time)
  • 5 p.m. CEST (European Time)
  • 8.30 p.m. IST in India
  • 11 p.m. PHT in the Philippines
  • 12.30 a.m. Australian Central Standard Time (April 11)

The chapter will be free to read on both Viz Media and Manga Plus until the next three installments are released, after which a $1.99 monthly subscription will be required to view chapter 350.

Voice Cast Of Season 6 Begins Work

My Hero Academia’s anime adaptation returned for its fifth season on Crunchyroll and Funimation one year ago today.

The most recent season aired for 25 episodes until September 2021, but as soon as the credits rolled on the season finale, everyone’s attention was drawn to what was next.

The good news is that the anime series My Hero Academia will return for season 6 this fall. While no specific date has been announced, the show is expected to return on one of the two first Saturdays in October, subject to the start of the Fall broadcasting slate and the My Hero Academia program’s usual timeslot in Japan.

The voice cast for My Hero Academia season 6 has begun to record their dialogue, according to popular My Hero Academia Twitter page ‘Atsushi101X.’ This was later confirmed by the series’ Japanese Twitter page, which also released a special video on the dubbing – sadly, only on Japanese YouTube.

“Dubbing for the sixth term has already begun.” The sixth period, in which a battle on a grander scale than ever before is fought. Please keep an eye out for the cast members’ performances, which will begin airing in the fall…!” – Heroaca anime on Twitter

When the first round of recordings is finished, fans can expect a slew of new promotional materials, preview trailers, and much, much more!

My Hero Academia Title Partners With Crunchyroll Games

Crunchyroll announced this week that My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero, the popular mobile RPG, would now be published by Crunchyroll Games.

In 2021, fans around the world downloaded the video game, which has 24 playable characters, more than 12 million times.

“With our focus on delivering rich anime experiences to fans, My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero has found the perfect home at Crunchyroll Games.” This year, we have a lot in store for players, so stay tuned for even more Plus Ultra action!” – Terry Li, Crunchyroll’s General Manager of Games.

New players can also benefit from some special in-game celebrations. These, according to the post, are:

  • Best Jeanist, the Fiber Master pro hero, now has a new Character Summon Card.
  • From April 6 to 13, players who play every day will earn seven Card Summon Tickets as part of a special “Strongest Hero x Crunchyroll Celebration” login event.
  • All players who play the game between April 6 and April 20 will receive one Character Select Ticket in their in-game mailbox.
  • One general code redeemable for three Card Summon Tickets. The code TSH2CR2022 can be redeemed now through April 20.
  • ULTRA PLUS!! My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero is expanding and becoming a member of the Crunchyroll Games family! Join your friends in @MHA TSHGame for celebration rewards and more!

Fans Are Sweating After This April Fools’ Day Illustration

For anime fans, April Fool’s Day is always difficult because we have to avoid the countless fake posts about ‘breaking news’ for our favorite series.

My Hero Academia, on the other hand, revealed a new sports-themed illustration in a post that ‘confirmed’ the formation of a new baseball league.

The “Baseball league founded by professional baseball heroes” will be known as “Hero League Basketball,” and it will include four major teams:

  • “Orca’s” Gang Orca Office
  • “Lionels” Sisid Office
  • “Mountains” Mt. Lady Office
  • “Fats” from the Fat Gum Office

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