The events of Chapter 362 continue to be a hot topic for fans, especially as the next chapter has a week-long delay. Recently, the anticipation has gotten even stronger as My Hero Academia Chapter 363 trended online due to possible leaks ahead of its official release.
Spoiler Alert: There are major spoilers for My Hero Academia Chapter 362 in this article.
On Twitter, the hashtag #MHA363 trended with well over 10k tweets. This is an impressive number considering there are still a couple of days before its official release.
The hashtag even trended before the release of anticipated leaks.
For those unfamiliar, some weekly manga chapters get leaked online by dedicated leakers. While the whole chapters generally don’t get leaked, info and panels of the upcoming chapter tend to get leaked.
On Twitter, there are dedicated leakers that have leak schedules. Given this, fans are expecting My Hero Academia Chapter 363 leaks to come sometime on August 17 or 18.
Even before leaks were released, there are already lots of fans on Twitter who shared online how much they were anticipating the new info to give confirmation of Bakugo’s death.
In case you need a refresher, Chapter 362 saw the death of Katsuki Bakugo, one of the series’ main characters. Bakugo died in the fight against Tomura Shigaraki who is being controlled by All-For-One.
This apparent character death sent shockwaves through the series’ fandom, with lots of discussions online debating whether or not Bakugo is truly dead.
While it seems that Bakugo is officially dead given that the Chapter 362 panels seemed definitive, there are still fans who are holding out hope that Bakugo is still alive.
Right now, there are some theories that Bakugo might be revived by Eri, the young girl with the Rewind quirk which lets her reverse a living being’s body to a previous state.
To get confirmation, we’ll have to wait for the new chapter’s official release.
My Hero Academia Chapter 363 will be released officially on August 21, 2022. The chapter will be released in Weekly Shonen Jump in Japan, and in Manga Plus, Viz, and the Shonen Jump App outside Japan.