Vigilantes reveals the release date of the final chapter


The release date of the final chapter of the manga spinoff series My Hero Academia: Vigilantes by Hideyuki Furuhashi and Betten Court has been announced.

Hideyuki Furuhashi and Betten Court’s spinoff manga series My Hero Academia: Vigilante ends later this month.

According to Anime News Network, the 126th and final chapter of the manga will appear in Shueisha’s online magazine. Shōnen Leap+, on May 28th. Viz Media is expected to publish the English version of the chapter on May 27th; it will also appear digitally in the MANGA Plus app.

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My Hero Academia: Vigilante was originally published in Jump GIGA in August 2016 and, as the title suggests, follows a group of unlicensed heroes who fight evil without society’s approval. Several characters from the main line My hero academy The story appears in the spin-off, with the most notable being Class 1A’s homeroom teacher, Shota Aizawa/Eraserhead.

During My Hero Academia: Vigilante could be coming to an end, Kohei Horikoshis My hero academy Manga is still going strong. In fact, the series recently passed an impressive sales milestone with over 10 million copies sold in the United States alone. Due to its popularity, the manga is getting a special edition reprint that will include the first twenty volumes of the story, a 48-page bonus booklet, and a double-sided poster. The issue is expected to appear before the end of the year.

Also, the cover of volume 34 is the My hero academy The manga features special full-cover artwork of fan-favorite heroine Cathleen Bate/Star and Stripe. While the character only appears for a few chapters in the story and made her debut in Chapter 303, she quickly gained a passionate following.

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As for that My hero academy Anime recently announced that there will be a special baseball-themed OVA titled Hero League Baseball. Baseball is incredibly popular in Japan as the Nippon Professional Baseball League draws huge crowds each year. My hero academy isn’t the first anime series to capitalize on the sport’s popularity. Jujutsu Kaisen, Assassination Classroom, Samurai Champloo, and Dragon Ball great have all shown baseball-themed episodes as well.

Additionally, the first episode of the sixth season of the anime will debut at HeroFes, an annual festival dedicated to all things my hero academy, on July 24th. The remainder of the season is set to premiere as part of the fall 2022 anime season.

The first five seasons of My hero academy Anime can be streamed on Crunchyroll and Hulu.

Source: Anime News Network

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