‘My Hero Academia: Vigilantes’ has released its final chapter!

What will become of the vigilantes!?

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My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, the spin-off/prequel of My Hero Academia, has released its finale chapter, bringing its story to a close.

My Hero Academia: Vigilantes follows non-certified heroes called “vigilantes,” considered criminals due to not having the approval of society for the use of their powers to fight villains. The manga series ran for 125 chapters, with the final chapter teasing fans by saying its story will continue in the main series. It was written by Hideyuki Furuhashi and illustrated by Betten Court.

You can read My Hero Academia: Vigilantes on My Hero Academia: Vigilantes volume 13, the manga series final volume, will be available on September 6, 2022, letting you add the full story to your manga collection.


While 80 percent of people have a super-powered “quirk,” Izuku “Deku” Midoriya won’t give up on his dream of becoming a hero, despite being born powerless. You can watch the action-packed & emotional journey of Izuku and his classmates in My Hero Academia, streaming now on Crunchyroll!

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