On the occasion of the release of Chapter 100 of Vigilante: My Hero Academia Illegals, writer Hideyuki Furuhashi revealed that the manga is "in its final stages" and that The story will end in a few volumes. The series, a spin-off from Kohei Horikoshi's famous My Hero Academia, had entered the final narrative arc in November 2019.

At the moment we don't know exactly how many of these "few volumes" separate us from the conclusion, but considering that the twelfth Tankobon was released on April 2nd and only three more chapters are currently available, We can assume a conclusion in volume 15 or 16with a total of approx. 125/130 published chapters.

Many fans have taken the news positively as the manga has now reached its peak and apparently neither writer Hideyuki Furuhashi nor artist Betten Court are interested in extending the soup. The success of the work is indeed undeniable, and It cannot be ruled out that Shueisha and Horikoshi will agree on the creation of new spin-offs, certainly an interesting hypothesis.

What do you think about it? Are you following the manga? Tell us in the comments! To find out more about the series, you can check out our preview of Vigilante: My Hero Academia Illegals.


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